Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02122
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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EI1Itablished 1879. Subscription-l'er Year $2.00; Six Months" $$1.00.-. >atU in \d\llll, E. S. Matthews Editor ami I'rnprlelor !'!

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t HEAVIEST: LKVEFS SAID TO .\tlm.mm.i! : !lit':N/ INTO; ,II Kl) DKOl'CHT(;

HAVE BEEN. DYNAMITED. 1 the Supreme; Architect of I I THIS: COl'NniY | I -

the Universe has seen tit, in Ills infinite PUOF. n. K. LANK DKI.IVKUEI* ----- i Not Errs Stiiitnnnt Water on Plains SIXTEENTHNM'I.:: : CONVENTION I.

F in' Worth Texas April 2".-Sw-1 goodness; and mercy, to take from i, SPLNHlUJHmss: TO ASSEMBLED New York, April 21.. Custom ollleinla '! lit. KlHHiinnu-e. Section I HOI DM: TWO J D \Y SESSION -

entO''ti doad .mil property damage es- our midst our friend an-' Brother, Win. !I : : AUDIENCEThe \ announced today they were at' ] ::11.212:%

im"ttOd nt .ipp-oxiiuately" one million C. Powell, who departed this life, I work to smash n rich bootlogirer. rlnj' Orlando, April, 21.F.. L. Windburn, 1
th. toll of flood which Tuesday 18 1922. I I W. T. Weeks United of (this city, mud:: a thirt '-sl'l mile' I
Jolla) ]'s i m a April Chapter which, they charged, had mobilized a Tho sixteenth: nnniinl convention\ of

*wens t"rlV",rah early today, carrying WJw'HB, the removal of such a 1 I'j"- Daughters of the Confederacy: staved : fleet of former submit rill<' chasers tomeet Irip over the Kusimmoi1. prairie yesterday .I the Goorgiu-Flnrid IVonn Growers' I.

before it scores of rc--t:situl from u' order leaves -UCHIIC.V tit 't very interesting program Wednesday creation of America' "dry na- | nf lor noon ami reported this Axsuciution will be hold, In Thomas- 'I

mull buildings, overflowing hundred cannot be filled, and the loss of (he afternoon in observance of Memorial y i morning that the region Is so dry that : villo, Ga., May 21 and 2;, on tho sec .
of land and inund.. ...nir several : Day. The exercises: took place I cnttlo pasturing there lire dying from
of acres comradeship and association of thisbrother The federal! agent tire working' on I ond tloor\ of the city hall. Headquarters -
) city streets. is deeply felt by Bradford a tthe school auditorium and were attended the theory that the swift craft that I want of water. will br at the Tosco hotel. It Is

The estimate of possibly seventeen Lodge. I by a large und appreciative au once pursued l German U-boats and I "During the entire drive over the announced that guests will hnvo thaprivilege

|dead -as made) by Maj. L. G. White I Whcrens Brother Wm. C. Powell\ I thence Prof. Benj. ]I. Lane the son were sold after the war now are pnH- I prairie wu did not get a glimpse of i of attending, tho biinquet nt

fin cl... ge of Red Cross( relief. I was a worthy Mason and a worthy of a Confederate veteran was the ing as naval vessels! nnd, commandedby u drop of water, stagnant or otherwise I the Tosco hotel on Wednesday night,

| The flood was confined chiefly to the citizen, and the intimate relations speaker of the day and his eloquenceheld oUlcers In the uniform of the except one flowing well, which May 21, upon the* payment of a small'
the tributaries of held deceased brother his audience in rapt attention. unit-I my companion told me was. ordinarily amount. There will bo cIcmonHtrntionnof
long by our I
lowlands adjoining ed States! already have AIIl'('('('<1 gusher," IIIIj,1fr.! Windburn."The .
|the Trinity river Marina Sycamore, with the members of our order renders I The stage decorations were elabo- running $3,000,000{) worth of rum into a spraying equipment. The program,
Clear Forks and the Trinity rivers it proper that we should place on rate and very beautiful, tl.tf platform I II the United States from Bermuda and I prnirie so dry you cannot will lie substantially us follows: I! '

were swollen overflowing the bottoms' record our appreciation of his serviceas being banked with flowers and laurel : Havana. I II get! water by digging., We passedtho \Vl'dm'IIlayIllY( 21 It'

I nearby I a true Meson and his merits as n I wreaths. The letters U. C. V. In red ,I The announcement of the discovery *head of a swamp which was nodeep Cull to order, ]OJO: ( n. m., Eastern J.
I I I one might have judged it would! ,
The flood is the most severe in the husband and father; therefore be it I on a background of gray moss mnde of the alleged 1 smuggling scheme was tinio.Invocation. {\
but all it contained I in
history of the city according to old I Resolved, That while bowing in : a very effective design. Confederateand I made after former siilnnnrino chaser never go dry Rev 1. P. Tyson OI(

I time residents. Trinity river stood humble submission to our Supreme United States flags were used in ,,101. rechriotenod! the Fidus, hud \been I hut which way attracted nf moisture dozens war of herons wet mud and,, I Address of Welcome, lion 11. J. '

fat 30.7 feet at noon and was still ris- Grand Muster we none the leas mourn profusion Mrs. J. M. Mitchell had taken in New York harbor by u nnlicp I Mclntyre, mayor. l .'

| inp. The gauge measured only seven I the loss of this brother who has been charge of the decorations and was assisted boat and customs launch. Customs I cranes. Response II. H. Simmons Jackson .

[feet yesterday. With tho break of the called from his labors on earth; and by Misses Josephine Brinson, men claimed they hud( found aboard "Secretary Cox of the chamber\ of ville.! \'

I East First street levee late today it Resolved, That in the death of Wm.C. I Hilda Struth and Olive Ray. her numerous charts with marked ), commerce, who came from Jacksonville 1'resident'n address, J. M. Patterson

|was believed the water on being released Powell we have lost a beloved and The Chapter Historian, Mrs GeorgeC. landings along the Atlantic coast and by way of Daytona yesterday Putney (1a.'l'nlworkrllA'! I
and I White in charge of the following told of seeing woods nllre\ for threo Pecans, Some !Meth-
I would spread out, losing some honored brother and member we wild Hudson river. No liquor was count
[of its force. I take this solemn opportunity to pay patriotic program: aboard her and the crew told a huir- miles near Dnytona, duo to the dry oils and Results O.) M. Itadley, Thom- I

Coming on the heels of rain the tribute to his memory; and Duet--Misacs Iris Epperson und raising tale of having\ had, their carpplundered ) weather Mr. Cox said the woods fire( nsville, Gu.DisciiHslon. .

[heaviest in the history.of Fort Worth I Resolved, That Bradford Lodge\ loses Ethel Griflin. by pirates off the Long Inland in its onward swoop took in n lumber J. B. Wiirht Cairo On." :.

and a wind and electrical storm the one who has always been zealous Chorus, "Tramp, Tramp the Boys const yesterday. mill and destroyed novcrut "thoumind I MothoiU. of Cultivating BenringTroves :,

I flood took scores of people by surpriseThe and active in his work as Mason!\ nre Marching" II. S. students Severe drilling: dollars worth ..f cut. timber. ( William P. Bullnrd Albany, I IDixcimnion I

lowland adjoining Sycamore ever ready to aid the needy and distressed -. Mrs! .T. F. Cnnova. ,noromnanlst. ------ ----- -- .
The ex-chaser, said to bear British I GII.I
creek were the first to suffer, and nt in und out of the order I Scripture i ;; liinK-Rev, L. \V. Kick- registry, was held on u technical ANNUAL REUNI I I ,V, W. Ilal R.ttJontl! i
level in service and devoted to ev- cello, F'III.I'I'opof,11'lritr.
lone time water was standing ',, prompt liter. charge Unit she left Bermuda without
endearing himself not S. S. Proctor, of Lake on Mexican Pecans, ,
with the roofs of residences. :; ('rytood cause; PI'ny'r-Rev. I clearance Her captain, who
reaching here tonight from only to Brother Masons but to all who I Butler papers. I : II. W. Stone, Thomii.ivillo, On.WedncHil.iy .
gave his name us "John Kelly and I ION VETERANS
points mirth', of Fort Worth ind'citc knl'wJimj/ ; and Rending "Memorinl I Day HOnllp! :(' his crew of seven, were taken to the I 2:::1011..

that a further rise of the water is ex- i Bo it Further Resolved, That we,I -Pnrn Hope Hayn<>R. \ custom house for u Revere grilling./ Ar-I Cover Crops fur Pecan Groves: IInr

Broctcd. 15 ..>. ue workers 'ore laboring the members of Bradford Lodge No. Piano 1 Solo= -Miss Rosa Leviton. ter the examination, which was ut' AT RICHMOND rv If Jackson, llm-onton, Ga.

ItirelesHl! '1 < m::intf relief to flood :35, Free and Accepted, Masons, tender -,, Voice SelE'rtion-r.tr. A. Z. Adkins.! tended, l hy a rcpresciitatlvq from the I: Growing; High, Quality Paeans, C.

| this our tcs'immial' of sympathy Paper, "Orisrin of Memorial I1ny'11tlS4 office of the British consul I general, I I A. '1 I'ecd 1. Washington, 11. C.

IsuffcrcTHh ,.. .1-11 of the city power and sorrow, to the family and relatives Amelia" Kav. I AnslBlant! !: : Ur'"d'talcs, Attorney Discussion, A. C. Knodokur. Black '
of deceased brother and, Duet Mrs. G. C. White and COMMANUEU: OF II.OIUDA '1)1.VISION
fund I' H' "' 'It flooded, residential our Fnlk said: II Hhour, (;11."lIb.RI'port.
W ". spending a night in 'commend 1 them to our Heavenly Jessie !Mae Bnistlcn. HEH; ::{ INSrin ('110N from various produa
Fort i
Fath-\\ ;
: the unifom of United
fdarkni' '\1' 'l'1 inking water has been er for comfort and guidance. Memorial Ad.lroKs-Pror. Bcnj. B. I States wore naval ofllfpr.u have:a not- TO '11112 VETERANS: lug/ oi-ntors.,

irlv morning. | Da it Further Resolved Lane. I i Handling of' Low Grade Paeans, 0.
IIvolltl 11' c m'u.In
With the, t >' facing a night of altar he draped in mourning/ for a por- Crosses of Honpr presented to S. S.j as yet, any charges against him !I Our commander; has had tinder, advixcrnont A. Van Dii/ee, Cairo, Ga. i
nnd t the crow. (It i is understood thnt
darks i "i i ambers of the Ameri- :, iod of sixty days; that a page of our Proctor of Lake Butler; B. It. IJrynn the routing of tho division, I I Fertiliscntlon. of Pecans und the Influence -
the streets minute book be dedicated to the mem- Starko; W. N Fowler, Stnrke; W. N. ,, the idus carried 2,100( cares of Scotch I I I of Fertilizers of Various Conl-
fcan Lei" \" 1"' !iintrolllnjc I whiskey from Bermuda: and thnt is to the !i2nd annual reunion anti ( ''invention
|nu'm( < "' 1 I. police force. ory of our brother; that these reso- Roberta Lake Butler R. N. Dowling, whnl wo want to 11 ml out. Th. vedselfailed : fixed for June 20, 21, 22, positions. on thu Quality of the Nut,

Man In h\\'a ivs were covered with lutions be recorded therein; a copy Waldo. Richmond, Va. nI.l hi,'. J. J. Skinner Washington D. C.
sent to tho family of the deceased and, : Chorus!'!, "Dixie"-School. II to show on nor manifest any I ,
I water. ,'itfin' off traflle. After! mnturo consideration i he visited Kernel Spot Cause; J II. Damurcc,
and after < <'>tiioning by customs -
cargo iu
a copy given to the Bradford County Prof. Lane's address was retrospective I I Jacksonville nnd has decided thai Thunutttville, Gn.

Fort Worth Texas! April 25.J.J. Telegraph for publication.C of the War Between tho Slates iiirunta, it was decided to take I thebent interests of the division will (:Control W F'. Turner Thorn,isvillo, i iin.
!. :M. I MAN, and of the World War, and during his her into port und question the crew.
| McCain, l-.t, Worth city engineer I' who fluid be- I he served, mid the widest territory (; .
FI.I"rulIf'lnts they
I Issued a statement tonight in which J. C. ROBINSON, address he read the roll of the Bradford ,,: lieved tho mi mo "John, Kelly" fictitious covered, by tho Keulmiird; Air !Line 'riiiirmlny, May, 25! !9 II.11..
around, the F. F. STUMP, county young men who had given Jefferson Tho-
he declared that the levees Railway. He m IIrlvllNllhnt nil from Advertising IVcans
In the lute and thnt the captain's rail mime was
here early today Committee. their lives for their country Florida obtain tlrkoti man, Jacksonville, Fla.
rivers, which broke I 1M. Stanley Clarke of Brooklyn, intimated I West points can
I and flooded lowlands of this city, were war.After via Jacknonvillo at no additional, coHt: Co-operutlvo, Marketing:
that there wits u possibility ofa
I "dynamited by unknown parties" and BASEBALL CLUB the exercises at tho charge being brought ugninst her i to them. !He, therefore, iluxlgnutcs! tho (n) Thu New Marketing Law II.

| that an investigation!' by a grand, jury ium many persons motored aUditor-I 1 of Seaboard l Air Line us! the official R. i7.'i!:! : ; law road, by Hocrvtury.h .
(captain u charge wearing an ensign's -
wreaths and
[ would be demanded immediately.' i place flowers, uniform illegally. Kelly whoclaimed I route for the Florida division.All (I ) Common Standards and Uniform

I "It is our opinion that the levee did : the graves of those who rest after the I' comrades will\ take such trains/ Price, .S. A. Simpson, Monticello,
REORGANIZEDWEDNESDAY The at one time to have served in
roll call In Crosby cemetery.
I not break of its own accord, but was lust beautiful I the United States navy denied he waswearing nit will allow them to arrive in Ha. a
dynamited, and as soon as the situation I committee in charge of this naval uniform. "sonville on the night of Sunday JIJ'k-1 (c) Experience I in Marketing Crop 4

is relieved, we are going to place \ service was Mesdames L. A. Davls\\ Kelly claimed a to have been taking 18th, where they will board the train I' -Why Prices( Were Demoralized!, It.

|the facts before the grand jury and O. L. Haynes W. J. Epperson liquor to Montreal for a Bermuda : to IID made up there leaving Jacksonville / !, M. Small, Macon Ga.
McCain do- A. Anderson.On at 8:25: Pullman sleepers (d 1 Nocesnity of Co-operation .
demand investigation : p. m. :
[ an of Col. W. T. 'I wine merchant who owned craft i
Eclared.S account illness will be provided\ for all. Those who S. MoGlonnon, Rochester, N. Y.
'h'' F. L. TURNER NOW MANAGER 01 unable to attend the when pirates on another chaser stolu
Weeks was exercises .
of Marketing
I "This decision is based on a report purchase tickets from other linen into (< ) Methods Co-operutivo
"STARKE TIGERS; DUNCAN the veterans i his! cargo and mnnifcHt. But customs
much to the i
by John J. Lyden, field su- regret Jacksonville can specify( that (they uro L. M Rhodes, Jacksonville,
made to me pIUTO HE REFKNCED of the ( .m'iulslIim'd\ to have detected several ( -
of the levee und Daughters Confode-l to be routed out of Jacksonville and Flit t
rf' member
f pervisor and a I points at which tho tale, us related I
in racy. I Seaboard Lint MiMcolluneoiiH business reports ot"omlllittl'tAj
twelve years into Richmond via Air ;
|board for the last There meeting \Vednesdntevening by members of the crew, did not
he had men patrol- was All comrades should l write (i. Z. ; selection ot next meeting
|which he declared of those interested in the local : gibe. Incidentally ono of the crew
ling the levee all !Monday, night and ball club G. M. Inman chair THREATENED wits alleged to be currying I. \V.V.. Philips, AHHiutunt Passenger Trallic plnce; election of officers.
his base I J. M. of Putney, Ga., Is
and that it was Manager of the S. A. I.10!) Hill Patterson
\ all day Tuesday! literature.
levee was dynamited. man. The management, was reorgnn- Bldg., Jacksonville Flu., advising if president und J. Slater Wight, of Cairo -
opinion that the bed and the club will be put on a bus Version of Chief Knginrer:
,: the blame upon they will attend und what Pullman Ga.. is. secretary of the Associa
"We are not placing E. K. Perryman resigned FAMILY WITH
iness footing.: Falk quoted the version of Chief
going to place the : space Is desired. Write Mr. Philips at tion.
but are /
| anyone we as manager, as he leaves this I Engineer 'William Lnckwood as fol not will -
grand jury. once, advising or you
facts before the week for Galveston Texas, where he lows: I

for the Texas League. F: HIGH EXPLOSIVEJ. about go.Official FLA. RAILROAD
April 25.-The Mis- will pitch "We were all below. This was headquarters/ will be Hotel }
New of foot L. Turner was chosen as his successor 6 o'clock. A bell was !given its to stop Jefferson Richmond Va.
one-tenth a
sissippi river rose The of the club is to be the stalled the engines. Next
name und
will he
standing at 22.6 The rate has been fixed and
here today, the gauge "Starke Tigers." M. STARLING OF LAWTEV knew of all COMMISSION TOWAGE
The previous high record thing we a gang/ men, unmarked one cent a mile for the round trip for
feet tonight. The following were appointed a committee PLACED UNDER $800 BONO swarmed down. on us, and and dependent members of .
A maximumof veterans ,
was 22 feet in 1912. to see the city council about TO KEEP TilE PEACE pointed revolvers at ua, bucked us intoa and fare for the I
their families one
by May :
feet has been predicted I J. M. FIGHT
23.4 concessions: G .M. Inmnn small compartment In the engine round trip for all others, including the
15 to 20.Official. Mitchell J. H. Ritch. J. M. Starling, of Lnwtey was tried room and told UII to be quiet.
levee general public.
reports of satisfactory in from The following were appointed to solicit Monday before County Judge Greenon Half an hour later according/ ) Our commander confidently expects
conditions continued to come the final payment on two warrants and one for above ATLANTA
engineers funds for peace Lockwood a seamen ventured the co-operation of all Brigade( Commander HEARING HELD IN
federal state and parish levee Duncan Park fencing it and erecting aggravated assault, preferred by and saw Kelly tied to the mast hard ), Staff Officers and camps in YESTERDAY: DY INTERSTATE

today. Topping and blanketing a new grandstand: F. L. Turner,, members of his family and others. lie and foot. Lockwood claimed to have getting the la: it possible number : COMMERCE I COMMiSSIONTt.hua..c.

row embankments was in progress chairman, H. C. Wall, G. K. Lewis,, was released on the charge of aggravated untied the knots himself. The liquorwas of our comrad. together at Richmond

njghout the day all along the lines Chas. Johns, N. Steinberg. J. M. assault. and one of the peace gone. where 'iimtured nothing : April 27.-Tho state

V, t flood control agencies! declared l no Mitchell G. M. Inman, F. F. :. imp, I :warrants but the other warrant held, Among papers found in the cup- will be left undone yo necessary for your I railroad commission! was representedby !

'ous difficulties had been encountered S. E. Ritch. and he was put under a bond of $801) tain's possession was a recommendation entertainment. counsel and its rate experts at a

at any point. The next meeting will be held at G. to keep the peace for .one year. At from his commanding officer say- By order ofMAJ.GEN. hearing conducted by tho Interstate i'

serious M. Inman's office, today (Friday), 8 this. writing he has not been able to Ing he served In 1919! as an ensign on J. II. HARP, Commerce Commission at Atlanta to.

Natchez Miss, April 25.-A levee p. m. A live ball club will mean much furnish bond and is still in jail. the Northern Pacific and as executive Commanding( Florida Division U. C. day of tho complaints brought; by the

slough: appeared in the Mississippi 11- for Starke and it is hoped our business Starling and his family have been officer on submarine chaser 00. V. Blnckshear Fertilizer Company allegIng -

between Byrne and Buckridje, men will prove liberal in their having trouble, and he made a threat that fertilizer rates in this state
A ,
miles above Newellton, La., today.caused donations. that he would blow them up with dyn. Mr. and !Mrs. II. L. Brooks and. Adjutant Gen. and Chief of Staff. are prejudicial and, unfair.In .

crack of about forty feet long amite. When arrested he had three his new position and know that one one Instance the fertilizer company

great apprehe-sion for a time and REGISTER NOW sticks of the explosive In his pockets. I bus, Ga., and are occupying the house Dr. W. E. Middleton has purchasedfrom seeks release from the fertilizerrate

men were rushed from adjacent points Persons who are not registered In recently vacated by Mr. Steenberg and G. C. Livingston the fine resi- charged by the Atlantic CoastLine ;

I to combat the new trouble. Late the reports the primary election books must at- DEATH OF HARDY ORIFFI3 family. dence lot adjoining/ the home of J. M. from Blacksliear, Ga., to Florida
from Newellton stated tend to this at once if they wish to Alvarez to the south. The lot Is lOG points, alleging: that they are unjust
satisfactory condi- 6th. The Hardy Griffls, aged 19, a son of R. Ing/ charge of the funeral. regulate
I levee is now In a vote in the primary on June by 210 feet. The purchase price was and In violation of the act to (
death an
I tion. Saturday night, April S. Grim! of. Raiford died Sunday, This untimely of 1887. Further the com
__ hooks will close I Much 11500. Dr. Middleton will build l a commerce
registra.tion April 23rd, and was buried the following operation for appendicitis. Florida Intra-stata
C. A. Knight, : ,
29th. Call on handsome residence on the lot some plaint alleges
I of Raiford was house day at Pine Grove cemetery' sympathy Is shown the relatives act.
lIon. A. D. Andrews officer at the county court time in the future. rates are in violation of tho same
1 | a business visitor to Starke Wednesday (if you wish to register. Director D. C. Jones, of Starke bar- their bereavement. near

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MADE LAWS TO SUIT THEM Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Edwards,
GERMANY, AND 4toMeeO'yQ HUNDREDS DIE j Palatka, are visiting Mr. Eiiw>, ..,
Millionaire Ways and Means :Members i, pIUl'nts"II'! and Mrs J. V. Cdw ,. de j.I
(j 1 Who Framed Tariff Bill! this week.

RUSSIA FORM 1 A1! rzeir IN I EXPLOSION ,- I I Mr. Dennison, of Midway a

1izt The result in the Republican primaries his sister Mra. Sumner Andrew, a.

NEW\ ALLIANCE Jfv.J' QJffvr 'll.Umit. i OF AMMUNITION! where in tho Frank Eleventh R. Reid Illinois a Progressive District -- day.Kay Edwards was a business .,

/71J1rwi'll tor to Brooker Saturday
"- A I defeated Ira C. Copley of the
jreJ p'wprfl.1lVa's and Means Committeeof Dave Connor, of Five Mile, \\
"OUTLAW-NATIONS HAVE OUT- HFART OP ZION \ST1R HF.<;;TIWY- the House a consistent high tariff this section Sunday afternoon.
: MANEUVERKO EN'IKME: : : AT 1 ited neft EI> W"J<':'l lOll> C \RS OK HIGH man, ought to carry n warning to the R. A. Weeks passed through ;i i. ?
GENOA; CONFERENCE; : EXPLOSIVES;; BLOW UPBolfrnde Republican supporters of the present Saturday
irvthe pt
Fordney-McCumber tariff bill, becauseit
..'i. Development in the European economic April 20.-Four hundred was upon the m.ike-up of the pres- \Wisdom particular! as to the h ,,jIn
.t congress which has been meeting 4v I which it abides, but foolish
,. 1 carloads of pirmvnitinn and high exi ent Ways and Msnns Committee of "et
,' at Genoa Itnlv show one thing c01'ctaj i! plosives stored" near the railroad sta1 the House, composed largely of multimillionaires creeps in wherever there is a vmun,
+ above all else according to American 1 I tion at Monnstir, southern Serbia exjploded that !Mr. Reid based his cy.
observers, and that Is the wisdom of I
: Tuesday at noon, killing several campaign. The following,: is taken -
the United States government in remaining | hundred persons wounding' thousands from his campaign literature: 'I I Garden seed cost a few censt. Bring.
aloof from the political snarl and virtually destroying the "Who are the men who frame the ing tnem to maturity requires a fifth
of the Old World. Of the conference heart' of the city. One-half of thecity's revenue and impost laws of tho na- effort. Eating the product gives a lot
itself it early took to fulfilling the j population] was rendered home- tion which vitally affect the interest! of satisfaction. And yet some people)!
predictions made for it-that it was SEALED t I .
of every business man who has something never bust a,clod.A .
a destined to be political rather than : AIR-TIGHT less.The I II
+ I victims were mostly childrenand to or manufacture every I, --
economic-and they are few who do : soldiers. A church in which the farmer who produces a bushel of grain local wit says it doesn't mako my
) not believe) that it will come to an untimely -
4 children were worshipping collapsed or a pound of beef or hogs nnd every i difference whether a woman has 'my.
breakup by reason of its own under the detonation while the barracks wage earner In the llth district! ? thing in her head provided the bur
li dimensions and fewer who have
in which 1,800 soldiers were "The committee is composed of 17 band has plenty in his pocket.
f v the temerity to predict any real results I having lunch was destroyed. Republicans and 8 Democrats. file ----- -.- -
from its diplomatic bickeringand I Immediately after the explosion, Republicans, of course, control the the Quinine -it Dot Not AHcct it-
political deals fire i broke out In various parts of the committee under tho present administration DPI'nine of Its fontr: nnd, .Inirffva fffrtf1IVK .
Premier Lloyd George, of Great : IlKOMG QUININE: (Tab .Is) mn "
; city. The panic stricken inhabitants ; in fact a bare half dozen: bv mytnf without rmminrt niTvoutmc.
the m'oving( ( spirit behind the ( ,
Britain in the baud K.W.GKUVfc S idiiiuia <
(i, fled, to the nearby woods and moons of the lending: members dominate the
conference and the statesman to whomall
tains from which they watched their proceedings of the committee and de-
European: nations looked for results I
homes burn. All telegraphic! pnd telephonic termine its action in respect to !lectii- tJmQQJlmW1rlID.CI'IIIWJ1IIIImm1EIIlmml1Jl f'I,
of to be obtained ]Is
were I)
j communication fl'omIonastlr: lation on taxation tariff and other vital 1'J
fightimr, a losing battle. Russia and
+. ,, with the outside world was cut off. The subjects." "
Germany invited to the conference 1
Gtn.ronfeecl by first news of the disaster reached Pelf I He gnve this list of the eleven rich J
;! more as u matter of courtesy und accommodation ( 1 I err
QLt grade from refugees. I i ij men:
than anything else, have ,
d within two weeps become the dominating .t .,iYU'a itL 1'' zee j I The disaster was one of the greatest ( Chairman Josl'phV.. Fordney I C
.'' I M I. U M rf catastrophes of the kind in his- Mkhiprnn, millionaire lumberman. (
/ fnctoM of the international meet n
I Nicholas Longworth Ohio, a millionaire !.
and their representatives, more than tory.The 25
',' any one (else have been tho cams 1 of Allies a bill calling for 60,000,0(16,000( I I IOWA TO BE NAVY TARGET dnmirp, it is reported, will by inheritance Interested, In cent )
the switch to International politics /gold] rubles (a ruble is ordinarily valued -I amount to many millions!. of dollars. various banking and industrial enterprises -
at about 50 : The explosion blew all the ; including interest In d\" md ;t
instead of sticking to the purpose of cents in American Veteran Bulldog of Sean Will Be t up dumps an
I International economics, for which the money) and demanded payment there Guided; on Way By Radio in which was gathered nil the ammu- i| chemical companies.Ira .
conference was call1'I.'fehitchl'rin on. The bill, he said, was for dam : nition of the former allied armies in I C. Copley Illinois nvlti-mil- :i Want Ad :1\:1I t
v, the Lender 'ages suffered In Russia from the expeditions The United States navy is staging: the near east. | lionalre, controlling gut: comnanies ;
4' Both Russia and Germany gent their against tho soviet government one of the most unique form of target\ The population of Monastir, whichis and three newspapers of the 1HH district ,:,
representatives to the Genoa meet of Demkine Kolchak Yudenitch practice ever devised-tho sinking of composed of Serbians Turks end interested also in mining ',nd I
... with one outstanding purpose-to it and Wrangle and for the loss of Bessarabia a 12,000-ton battleship moving! and:r Bulgarians: : fled in panic in all directions '' other properties. will sell a ;
all they could get From the very beginning to Rumania and a part of Siberia its own steam controlled by radio principally toward Salonikl and Luther \V. Mott, New York,,wealthy I' ;
Runsia taking the lead has to Japan. I without a person on board the doomed l Prilep. j banker, former president of the New t ""?
played a monumental l game of bluff Lloyd George/ the allied spokesman, vessel. 1 The American Red Cross nt DelI York State Bankers' Association
x' and )bluster but skillful were the was so surprised at this revelation of: I The victim the Iowa, veteran of the grads is rushing relief to the city i j; Isaac Bacharach New Jersey millionaire :: Horseor
moves of Foreign Minister George Russian nerve, that he took a day to Spanish-American war, left the navy which was in flames at last advises as real estate broker first vice $$200
tl' Tchitcherin the Russian soviet leader think it over, and then told Tchitcherin yard in Philadelphia for the Delaware n result of the explosion. | president and director of the Second

that he soon had even such a seasoned that unless tho Russian representatives breakwater in charge,: of the destroyer I I' National Bank and also director of
,f statesman as Lloyd George on were willing to get down to busi Dickinson. A skeleton crew was Athens, April 20-Advices from Sa- Atlantic Safe Deposit and Trust Co.,
the defensive and then he capped tho I mess and forego dramatics and unes- aboard the old warrior as it swung loniki today report great loss of life at Atlantic City. a

climax/ by negotiating! a new treaty i Hcntials] they might as well pack up I down the Delaware but the last of Monastir! as a result of an explosion j Allen T. Treadway, Massachusetts
with Germany while the Allied leaders and leave for home. Tchitcherin's answer -the I men will be landed at the breakwater of war material stored 200 meters I millionaire hotel owner and magnate.
was the announcement two days I before It goes to meet its fate from the railway station. Hundreds I Charles B. Timbcrlake Colorado
concessions; l ] later of the signing of the new peace at the hands of the Atlantic fleet, re of children were buried in the ruins wealthy bunker and stock-raiser. $1000 Car
I treaty with turning fresh from winter of church I J M. Bowers West :
government.By .. Germany.- I maneuversnt a on which shells fell, and George Virginia: pG
the peace treaty negotiated and now irmtcherln Works Guantanamo Cuba.i it was believed 1,800 soldiers were millionaire banker and orchardist, .'
nijrned by Tchitchc-rin and Dr. Walter I An idea of the Russian method n i I After discharging( Its crew at the buried in the ruins of their barracks! president of People's Trust Company a
Rnthc-nau, the Berlin representative diplomacy mill bluff at Gl'nomay/ bu breakwater the Iowa will begin: ity which was demolished the advice i i! Mortinsburg, W. Va. or a
F i Germany grants full recognition to had when it is known that Tchitcherin 'I' ghostly voyage! guided by the InvlBibleI state. j Henry W. Watson Pennsylvania t ,

the soviet government the first nation I and his olden, after getting admission control of the radio, manipulated hy The disaster occurred at noon yes '' wealthy retired business man, who
'w' to take such a step. The old trea- of the principle of reciprocity in that I', officers aboard the Dickinson Th terday. Details of the damage and made his fortune in various commercial 1 I.
ty of Brest-Litovakforced by the kai- nil governments are responsible for battleship will steer for the vicinity of the number of victims are lacking but 1 and manufacturing enterprises.! $I OO

,, ser when the Russians!' were helpless I( damage they caused put forward to Cape Henry its diminutive consort the dispatch received here said it was I Alanson B. )Houghton New York .
during the closing year of the war, is counterbalance the total allied claim! keeping a space of several miles be known that the death toll larife. I II (a member during the special session to
r repudiated and Germany and Russia of 65,000,000,000{ gold:: francs against tween them. I ---- --- I but recently resigned to become Ambassador
f now treat each other as equal, recognizing / -| Russia the Russian claim of 300,000- When the actual destruction will 1 I :MORE TARIFF THRILLS to Germany), a multimillionaire ,
each other's government: and 00<),000 /gold francs against the allies | begin depends on the keen-eyed lookouts / glass manufacturer Farm
I forming an alliance of the two big I and America which they later revised! I; of the battlefleet steaming northward We have with us once aA'aln-the Thomas A. Chandler Oklahoma a
"outcast" nations of Europe which to ,000.000,000: gold francs. Thus ,I searching for the Iowa which tariff. In fact it seems as if we always millionaire oil magnate. ,i
j..' while powerless at the present time they said they owed nothing but were! i I to them is an imaginary "enemy" have the tariff with us in some
by reason of economic embarassmenta creditors. Then they made the magnanimous -j I ship, on an unknown course, bent on | form or other. When the Republicans BRADFORD
nevertheless has in it all the making offer to settle on the basis ,, damage to ports on the Atlantic sea- < are not trying to set it up they u
of future trouble. of 2,000,000,000 francs-from the II board. Once it is sighted judging b Democrats are trying to knock it Bradford April 28.-C. M. Andreu
/See bangers in New Treaty lies-plus a loan. 01-1 tho navy's reputation for markman- down. When the house isn't tinkering made a business! trip to Worthington
By the new treaty between Russia After placing the size of the Russian ship its finish will be a matter of minutes i I with it, the senate is, and when both Wednesday. What
t and Germany, Berlin renounces nil army at 1,450,000 men, they offered ,, II | these august bodies lay off for a while Jack Waters and family were the more econ-
claims for war or pre-war debts from to cut it in half if the other nations i i I _____________ there invariably is a commission or guests of friends near Brooker Sun omical and
.'. Russia! or Indemnification to German would halve their armies. The LONG BRIDGE I two trying to determine its alcoholic day. profit

1 citizens for property damage under, chief trouble of this offer is that all I content from the political point of Malcolm Harrell was a visitor over able than
bolshevist rule a line of action entirely the allied reports show that the Rus- 1 Long Bridge, April 28.-Sorry to view I to Worthington Wednesday.W. a want

contrary to that the allies have been sian army is not more than 600,000 report the illness of Miss Maud Crews To the average American taxpayerand J. Epperson of Starke, was i in ad in this ?
seeking to force upon Russia. Russia men now. I this week. breadwinner, the tariff Is about our community Thursday. paper ,
on her part renounces all rights of These two propositions are typicalof ) i Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, as exciting and as important as the I Dock Roberts and Inman Harrison What have "
t reparation from Germany,'as provided all the Russian proposals. The j' was a caller here last week. price of pips' knuckles Iq Zanzibar. Worthington, passed through here you ::
for by the peace treaty of Versailles soviet delegates seem to bl'lIl've'they I' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. John: of Starlre The taxes are just as high and the I 'Thursday. to sell? .
z and this the'allies consider another I can fool the allied statesmen as easily spent the w,' I-end )hoie. with thi. r' bread just as hard to earn whether we Luther Ilarrell was a visitor to ,
slap in the face. Tho treaty as they deceived the Russian peasants I daughters. l\In. II. O. Fivers and ]Mrs. are operating under a protective Brooker Saturday. I'
:- likewise introduces the "most favored W. M Hodges/ iff or free trade. Of tar-I. 'fmmmWtD course we
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nation" principle between the two gov TilE SPEEDER( Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns were }in coat politicians win aisagree witn us I II
ernments. In this the allied leaders our burg Sunday. i I on this statement but politicians have j jf I %
fear the opening move in a powerful The speed maniac continues to pull II. E. Rutland was in our burg on f disagreed with us so often of late that ;oj ,5c9
alliance between Germany and Rus- off his periodical executions.! Often :, Monday. I|we rate the fallibility as that of the I
sia that may culminate In n generation the victim is a little child. : Sorry to report Mrs.. S. C. Crews weather. There I is one thing we do (
l or two in a huge military attemptto As long as the speeder does! no harm numbered on the sick list this week. know-tariff laws are made and unmade

force Slav-Teuton domination ovor other than break) the law, he is let off I W. M. Hodges, of New River, was a and remade for almost every interest 1 1y1t'ii
the whole of Europe.AMouncement with a fine and costs-mostly "costs." visitor to Lake Butler Thursday eve. under the sun with one excep -
of His little fine and "costs" fling tion, the interest
the signing of the serves asa of the taxpayers.
'c' treaty fell like a bombshell in the stimulant when he takes another Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Rivers are receiving I I Therefore, why bother us. with the de-
ranks of the allied diplomats at Ge- :chance and perhaps seriously or fa I congratulations over the arrival tails of tariff' legislation]
noa. These! leaders were aware that I tally injures a pedestrian. of a son, born April 20th. | The United States Senate, we are
conversations had been going on between The reckless driver who kills a per- I J. E. Adkins motored to Lulu one informed intends spending the next ...
the Russian and German foreign son is but little better than the gunmen day last week. || two or throe months debating, amending Elberton
+ offices, but they did not realize who blows off another's head. Mrs. B. J. Sapp is numbered on the :, and then passing a Republicantariff Georgia Granite

their Import. They had no inkling that i If we prescribe the death penalty sick list this week.P. I law. Well let 'em do it. No a..THE STONE ETERNAL"
the Russian and German leaders were for the gunman we should at ]least S. Crews of New River, was in one will atop them except the Democrats -
meeting at Rapallo near Genoa in punish the speeder with a long! term this section Sunday. I and there are not enough Democrats And GEORGIA'MARBLE, infcu :riou4hde make
fact news of the signing of the treaty in prison. Donald Adkins motored to Starke around Washington now to cut
s' came like a thunderbolt from a clear When a person becomes a menace Saturday. much of a figure But why is it neces- MEMORIALSRenowned
c sky.By to a community the community should Farmers! of this section started to sary to spend two or three months to
the new treaty, Germany is the be rid of him. shipping beans last week. pass a tariff law? Why not clean it
' first great power to grant Russia full And the official who ladles] out the Melvin McKinney of Wateroak section up in a week or ten days, get it out
, 'p'- recogniation. Poland and the Baltic insignificant fines and "costa" to the was in our section Sunday af of our legislative system and then FOR ARCHITECTURALDIGNITYand
states have long had diplomatic rela- speeders should be shown what the ternoon.Mr. ,turn attention to something of more EVERLASTING
tions with the soviet government, but "costs" in the future may be if he is and Mrs. L. 1.. Renf ro., Mr. and importance 7 There is plenty of such ENDURANCEThree
I it has been from necessity only. allowed to go unchecked. Mrs. M. 1. Johns were attending to work lying around and blessed little
I Ruiisia'H Game of Bluff business In the Vanderbilt section on time in which to do it.-Ex. essential factors tobeconidered] in buying monuments

Even before Russia had patched up Judging from press reports the radio Monday.Mrs. are, :BEAUTY. PERMANENCY APPROP- '
f her difficulties with Germany Tchitch- has! made wonderful strides in the P. S. Crews has accepted the When a high financier steals a mil. RIATENESS. You have the assurance of the combination
erin had startled the allied leaders by last few minutes. In an hour or so position as acting postmaster at New I lion and gives a nickel! to charity he when buying our material.COGGINS'MARBLECO..
his bold game. At one of the conferences we ought to be receiving election returns River. thinks he has bought a Pullman tick- J
following a discussion of Russian from Mars. Lois. :Moody, of Graham is spendingn et to heaven and is entitled to a soft CANTON GP.
't debts to other European powers while here with her cousin Eunice seat up there. Leading Manufacturer of the South 'I
i and what disposition Only Ono "BROMO QUININE" :McKinney Field 1
could be malI> or Special Representative
i concerning them the soviet leader To rav"let BNOMO the r-nulnr.QUINtNH call :.lot 'nil acme. LAXA I I Not a bit of itt! Charity doesn't always I W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE i
( calmly presented Russia's bill to the a. .W.-.. *.ovcOHOVK." ,, *a fold 1.00"'oullI"'u.0.la On Dar Stop I Look out for the next war. Also, begin at home. The bootleggeroften FLA.1t .
.--* erhe..nd-.w>rko .-..,d. Jie: keep out. gets the first crack of ..... ,
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FRIDAY. APRIL 28. 1922. tlte \I.MKI. OR.M: I I'KI.KliK: : VI'll. S 1Ith.. MOUIIIA PAUK .Illiiifflu .
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waauaamawafMuffljtDajcuiBODawKiHijiJujtsiaiat: ] ; 1 11t George Coffin of Johnstown -
e -- -- -- nio-
NON-UNION lured! t'l Luke Butler Monday evening/
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs i one-eleven cigarettesTlirco ;\.esses.' Bun Duke and Dick Davie,
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r 0' r Slag ... ...."... '". ,r'.Y+."IYN.. '-'x''..." .. wYVY .tlt.Yf I!;Z ..r I I'ive :Mili, were business visitor

1 It .1<,.I.I'1:01 ." I MINERS r JQOING lo town Monday.,
Irfendry I '
i iCtfutlifnufn
Live ; 'I"
'J News l .t i + ;Moss Hewitt, of Little Springs, was \

,I m.-m ..........__/............_._,.."..."..'......,.... town Monday J'
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Told by Our Exchanges. i ; l I [rate Brown, of ]Miler, motored to j
V It. 1 'f i t v'l'IoIU : Lake Butler Saturday '

,<"lCDmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.DIIIOOIID lIIIOOWIIDCKlt lC CjIl"OCJIDCulDcnIlC1tIlII/IIDt.1:' -- -.-<.fl..":.lmr.J....;.- ,J t.. ..;,j\, '. ',t. .-: 1\\\\ ,.I )l lU'KLEYorFIFTEEN UNOKRANIXKM: : S'IKIKfUS RltlNK: I Mr. and Mrs.' Steve Brannen spent ,;3

The Lawrence Development Com '' One of the most interesting transactions I .) It! TOTAL OK) IIM.K\ :MKN\ ;: 'JO Saturday evening in Jacksonville. \

any near Lake Geneva in Clay tour of recent days in Montverdo ; .. rj 031.000 There will bo a community ling heM
(jty, has 600 acres of pecan trees with is the purchase of the Truskeet and \ ... at the Christian church 'at 2:30: o'clut '.t.

atsuma oranges between the rows. '1 Rosen tell1 groves by G. S. McEwen, William Croon, secrt'tiiry-treusuror on (the list Sundiy afternoon in May.reryono w .
sal1-1 of Orlando. The transaction was madefar I .. of the United Mine Workers of America : invited to attend. :

|--;i"he First National; Lank of a sum considerably over $100,000 IW'I'.U\ asserts that the striking coal I min !Mitch Markus has purchased u home
ord has purchased the property at and Mr. McEwen acquires two of tho I ers' ranks have boon increased by the in West L'utler, near Lucy Douglas ,I

ho corner of First street an'l 1 Park most beautiful grove properties in ? addition of non-union minor until it yea ulc-nce. ,..,

venue and will erect a new six-Htiry! that section. I rI !) is "lIlollh"I'e is. it total of G.11,000 men I A. E.': Proctor spent! Wednesday eve- 1;

bank building to cost over $100,000.Two on strike. This figure includes fili- ning in Jacksonville.! "
I In fCFrrw > fiat fits the ftocitctAt -
ttMCiv J ( :
According to telegrams received at (000( union minors and 117,000) nlln-UI1-1 !Mr. and Mm. A. C. Strickland attended ,
of the largest shipments of Palm Beach:: Monday night, announcement a ")r c.' Ii Of firs the pocket-book Inn men. The figures do not inclu.l.) I the U. K.: S. Grand Chapter in t

,hosphate in several mcmthi from in made that the LOCIIIIIK monoplane Tile Aarit' nnirutchcd blend oTUltxlstl. / I estimates from three dilll.rltbl'JwrlJ Jacksonville Wednesday. k .

Tampa are due to move in the next which left there at 0 o'clock the VIRGINIA anal BURLEY Tobaccos the exact number of men on strike. is I Milts' Huby Proctor was week-end ; I

S.iy or two from the Seaboard elevat same day had arrived in New York, Cu..mnlc"J by I' not known. guest of her aunt, :Mm. P. P. Doklo, of

t< otiiling 1.1,400: ) tons. making the trip In nine hours and fif- ;t./--au, % A& 111 FIFTH AVE. Union ofllcinl/ have made heavy inroads Five Milo,
L"ye .,
.B .....'...bt' *****vo-i1* 'O. j
ty-six minutes, brenking! all records .. nnumg 11m non-union mien, It \is I Themany friends. of Mrs. Mattl

Car owners in Tampa reported seven between Palm Beach and New York. i I admitted by the operators, particularly Mnrkoe\ are( glad to learn that she U

i a' s stolen in the twenty-four hour One stop was made at Southampton, I in the Western Pennsylvania convalescent after an attack of Influ- :
war drove German merchant vessels. well nigh exhausted when the piano 1
rcnod ending; at noon Saturday. Of N, C Tho oporntors however, hold that en rl.
from the high\ sots, a cargo of merchandise nwoopcd down and picked( them up. eral mines still working, mining \
Jliese' four were later recovered, being Mrs. J. C.: Mnines returned!! Wednesday .
Tound by the owners or the police.A ) 1 i While Mayor J. W. Martin was visiting from that land has arrived BulViciont coal to meet. the existing demo evening from Jacksonville:
Lake Butler Tampa. The cargo carte aboard a ves- While engaged in torpedo practice .lid.
": the other day: he'' Misses Norm.i )held and Mae Dukeof
Lakeland concern has been awnrdfcd lI l- I called at the Rivers plow factory. ltd I st-1 1 flying the Norwegian Hag, andconsisted Lieut. Webster Wright narrowly escaped Sot Hack for I'nion Five Milo, spent, (ho week-end with

I the contract for the mill work for had heard so much of thp Rivers patent I of 10,100 bugs of sulphate death when a torpedo he had The union has definitely failed, to Mint! Gladys Townaonil.Mask h
the construction of Southern colic reIt double} ) stock plow that lie wanted of potash and 9,33 bags of manure dropped! into the sea exploded before swing tho big non-union! mine field of Ih: lClcem, of Macc-lonny! spent ;
to it. After I milt. Also there! was one lot of dou- his semi plane, !had passed beyond the .
Lakeland. The contract to supply see being shown the plowhe West Virginia, it Is said. Down in Sunday with his family.iev. .
the Rash doors and other mill was so well plrnsed! that he order- ble manure emit in bulk und two lots danlgcr area. The accident occurred that fringe! of the union fields n here S. S. Proctor filled his regular i .
supplies )
will total m,000.: ed one with all attachments to be' of kainit in bulk. about 5 miles from Key West, at a'!' a rent fight\ between the! union and appointment nt the Stnto Fnrm Sun- ". h'.

-- I shipped< to his truck farm. He is not point where tho torpedo] practice for I operators Is being waged, I tho operators I'J,
only a mayor but n farmor. I H. S. Dickson, office manager for the Atlantic torpedo plane un.iadronwiis )by grate of a decision of I the d.ty.Mrs.. P. 1'. lu-klo, Julian' and OrpnD vj j
Carl Bell member of the Petersburg ,
St. )
the C. W. Greene company, formerly being hold. Lieut. Wright descended : United States Supremo Court, apparently <.lle, Ardell) Drawdy mind, Math Duko
fire has list Ihe
department, I The "little" son of the "kln of Fli- secretary of tho Kiwanis Huh and to about 12 feet from sea level I have won their fight and the of Five Mile, wore visitors! to town i*.
fight of one of his eyes as: tho result mini, Bahama Islands, British possessions I I widely known in business circles of and dropped the torpedo.!( Either: his: I, non-union supply of millions of Inns during the week'',}. I '
bf struck Inthe face with the
being attracted attention on streets of Tampa, for a number of years, wan! engine refused' to work or hi failed: to I of l'o/lill week Is regarded I us no longer Miss Julia Register: spent the week jj F' j
lull of from fire hoar
force ,
wu n .
I :Miami Monday because of peculiarities !- drowned, I Friday when the Essex sedan move away ,us quickly' ns hu "t.hoi.1.1! / 'Ihroiitoni'd., end nt Providence! guest( of Minxes 'i,

I in weights and measurement Although \ in which ho was riding' backed! off the. have done, but the torpedo' exploded, Within the last two weeks I tho nonunion .\ !l'rln, nnd.) Lota Bid ling. \
Ed Carter, negro, of Panama City, only 17 years of ace, William old Towlcs dock into water about IS und the plush from the torpedo .struck I Illinois; In West Vlnrinln havecompleted !Mr. mind Mrs.' J. W. Townsend hove ,1 i

has been arrested for setting fire to Thomas CIcare", son of Bimlni's commissioner feet deep. Despite the fuel that bystanders the tnil of hm plane, completely demolishing ; ( IInl rllt'ls with virtually every MM their guests. Mr nod \Mrs. Roger!:

he colored tnpltstchurch.! \ lie wns nr- tips the scales at 203 ; immediately plunged inLo tho it. employo, on their payrolls. Tho Cnlliim and. daughter! of Pensacola, f
rated on evidence held, I by the slnri'I : pounds rind is two yards and seven Inches water to rescue him, it was 1";> or CO contract provides for a continuation mind ;fir und Mrs. J, L. Smith and tinbv '

jmd II s belic'ic-d that there will lie'' tail by the tape. And the child minutes before the body wirt 'extri Arthur Stevens, a well known potato of tho non-union policy of mine oimrn- i>f Dodo! City.

proof enough to convict him. I' dnclnrcd, with a smile, that ha is just I I cated from the machine. lOlforts: to grower of Hastings\ shot- and instantly lion and l provides for the disinlss'il
beginning to grow. I resuscitate: him by use of u ulmotor, killed John Rice n negro[ bout any omplovo\ who joins the I. W. W. the wc-ok-end guest of Mrs. D. W. ( }
Fire resulting:' in loss exceeding two 1 --- rushed to the scene by the Tampa logger, curly. Saturday morning: "ic" or the United Mine Workers of Amor- llnrum.Mr. "j I

hundred thousand dollars destroyed Forced down to the soft murk lands, Electric company, failed. shooting! occurred on bin far IT! hour lea. and Mrs.. W. M. Johnson attended I

|Ve 'na' minter mill of tho Ever'Inde' of the Evenilado, seventy miles from town. A courier's jury held nluvil Expect Long Siege I ) th o bull game at Starke! Wednes r I''.

> "pi Company, near LOUA'hi'i Miami without damage, and n tnlsr- I Arraignment/ of Dr. O. W. Bonn, noon Sat'n'rhy completely nxonci-ited I Tho first two wook of the day. I :

an.i ,',' I ill Jay night, and rtginal r rJ off that would have boon n teeth from Presylerinn; pastor at Ft. Myers, on Mr. Stevens, returning, It earth of pout the Til.OOO minors in the I\lIlhY'n.1 Wilbur nnd Eurlo: Drown, of Miller, ,

J '>' t. d I for several hours ) any fly'r-r field, only ti crash within Tuesday on tho charge of defaming justifiable lioirilciile. Tluf f fro hid: vita! meld' n "WM" of $l)?:
II 1 "-in, tion to surrounding three miles of the\ aviation field near Mrs. Elite Henderson, came to an ab- been Holliii'r" whiHl.cy., lo farm hands on and the opornlors a loss of production! I !

l arP' I I'A I this city an hour later, 'wrecking their rupt end when W. 0. Sheppard" counsel the Steve I IN 1'1'p. aIUl"ltV awt 'uitg' of :.1 J niin.Ofln tons of conl. MnrrhnnUi !I Clifton! Roberts, of Worthington ; \'

-- ,I army plane, was the experience of. for the minister, mndo a motion he was air. : .inioivc the h-tn I vlu>n Mr.: i mining districts have" snITored! hn niittntud to Liiko; Butler Saturday ftf'criioon. "a

IT, ncrs of Take. City 1 aviators from Cwrlatrnm: t Field. I that Circuit Judge Mallory Home, of Stevens warned him to "met. ..Ir tho ,[ little\ us yet, nwlmt to t>ie fart that I !t
xitraot for Improver Jasper, presiding In Lee county for place:" The ne-'io took evroMtJoti, : : u I i the miners 1 hud saved Nome tnonrv to I J. F.. Moines, Jr., and Hugh Register ;,;
c I .i : $18,000 to the wa- I A company has been formed .it Orlando this. term of court, under order of 'lh'S111,1' titll1't"t.n1'I, nrgurn' \ ;, w.th. :i !tide them ovcrj; but the pinch In business I of Gainesville, spent the weuk-enil 'i.I i.
erinr .I\ I Lust A considerable i that will carry out r ,I.> o!? tiobiirirest Governor Hindoo, disqualify himself, Mr. SMtvenH, advancing Loaned him I is expetlvd from now on. I I with' Lluilipuranls.. "

pL,int machinery Is in u dovplopnipnts of tail ii' t thohjjtovv the defense alleging )prejudice. Judge with n ,drawn knit Mr. Stevens pulled I Thoio hot teen MO s'lfforlnir, nmonr; i 1MI'll. (t orgu Spires. of Midway\ ti 11M .
ayn), : on and needing, re- ; of tin1 stat The Orl.icil, } Home Immediately announced that ho his "'\\111 mid' (lied" one hut Into trom the mine, workers, it is said. Tho majority I rtievl\ of her daughter, Mm. \\ )IIII
1 East Poml: ( -'mp.inv h 11 .- "<''..rd mn- would not try the case and telegraphed ) <..jrro'snm: lliinl.ni- I Ihivoulil; "top of them prop,nod( for u at rrn;"le I I I Knight/ /tinturduy

---- i trot of oi,alarm the. ...""d nrros" of Vind the I governor, requesting that his odvunci., but he ,tame on. Mr. I but most nnlicii'iileil 'that it would not I I Mr., anti Mrs. Garland Piirnoll, of

K 1 uSf .a 'ii irsetfiretotdplhome i which will l be divided i'lto livhunilud Judge, Whitohurst, of Arcadia, be sentto Pti'vcim then Ii r.-d int< Ins neck, the I lie longer than six wi.u-liH. That belief, i. Jiukxonvllki, are ",UUlltll of Mm. It, A. .
i ,r i Ti.m Parnell, of Live and ninety units. When three hundred Ft. Myers. force of the bullet breaking the no- gradually/! dying away now, and the ,I. {)un'nn this. week. 6

( Oak '..n 1 "' S 'ndny, l niItt'IIS; frus- units, which will be a majority, gro's mick, resulting in instnnt loulh. opinion prevails unvimr the strikern I I Mrs, llenrgo: \ Coleman sport Saturday -

,tY'atert' hMi" i -. Parnell. Mr. Parmsllii are sold, the company will formallybe The big Jones touring:; cur belonging! : --. .. --- that the nnthnu'ile situation IM not in Ni-wborry, the guest of her
i '-wns nf fI'rln 1 1 h no at tho time and14ow organized by the group of pur h.1-: to Mias Mildred Allen, popular farm- MISTAKES\ likely tai, be ndjuitt.! .,! until t lhi,> hitltml'l I anther, Mrs.. Smith

f }. "of !1' "no who should bc.ar a ers. erette, was burned on the Tocoi roaj noUN struggle HUH cleared up. Miss Edit a Epperson: who has closed -

,grudge 'i. mi, t him. Monday afternoon while being driven \Vhpn n plumbernukes a mistake, as the hard 0111 oporulorM and minersare l l u successful term/ of school at I
With prices of oranges and !grapefruit by the owner. Miss Allen had driven he rhurtros/ twice! for it. negotiating the idle! period will be Alathiin returned boniu Saturday afternoon. -
,_ Mrs. Arnold Holt, in a sudden, fit of climbimr, two Arcadia packinghouses technically known a suntii'iision. .
the car for five hours in the h-avy When a !lawyer makes a mistake, it
I' dementia HI her homa in Ilusaellprings in the last week shipped eight and in that section and was rcturn- is j"st what he wanted because ho hasa No lloniand' for ell..1ACI'OI.tli" .. The school I baseball team flayed f
1=! killed two of her children, cars of citrus fruits. The total carload ireto the Dixie Highway' when she chance to try the rave nil over again. ,: to the United Htntes geological High Springs I \baseball tt'nn Friday nt
.attempted to kill a third, antI then shipment reported by four packing : the existing demand! ( High Springs
n .1 t iced tin motor going wrong. Sti'p1 When n doctor. makes n mistake, / survey
Bfastened a hatchet in a fence with the houses and one independent shipper 1 the cur, "she, discovered 'Ire under som>hoiy,| buries it. for bituminous,, coal is not sufficient to \Marlon Dowlirig motored" to I Five
glade toward her, backed off twenty there for the season now amounts enlI out full production of non-union Mile Knturdav.
the hood. When this was raise! I flames When a jnd'ro mikes a mistake, it
feet and ran into it head on. Physicians to 1,202 cars, or 432,720 boxes' of fruit shot upward und, a slight exnloplun( uecorred. becomes tho law of the land. mines now operating./ Production is I I Jl'v..1. 1 D. Major prom'lied uMe sermons -

say she will die. i These figures are .exclusive of shipments Miss Allen! received a ]painful When n preacher makes a mistake, soil, to l 111I constantly falling' Pie to Monday morning. und evening
made at odd times by packinghouses market for soft coal and non-union ut the dub room.
burn on the hand. She wulk-il away nobody knows the difference no j'
"','. ',,'S. P. Collins, of Milton, who Is the which have closed their se.i- from the big car and watched it go up When on electrician makes a mistake operators In the bituminous Hold urn I \Miss Annio Howard. of Mikes, motored -

heaviest producer of Florida cone sy- son. in flames. he blames It on induction; nobody reported as accumulating reserve to Lake Ilutlvr Saturday after-

: rup., in West Florida, \Is shipping his knows what that means. stocks which they cannot sell. noon.Dr..
fourth car of cyrup, the other three Two hundred and fifty years from ---.-- .. _. ..-- and \Mrs. J. M. Mann and son,
makes mistake
Capt. and Mrs. II L. Morrow, of When n printer a ,
'rr'baying';': been shipped during the lastgj this date descendants of local peonle Mr. and Mrs. fj. L. Jacobs were visitors Howard, visited Mr. and \Mrs. Harry
Savannah and a cook were rescued I ho gets the "devil.
few days. While the price is not "ery may have the pleasure of knowing makes m's- to Johnstown Sunday, afternoon. Long, of (Five Mile, Sunday' afternoon.Mrs. .
near' Palm Ilcach, when with the Hut wham an editor a II
r' jl atisfactorv, he is moving his last what has taken place in Gainesville! lust drop of gusojino in the tank, thy I ,tako--Good Nil'ht-Swlpto! in 111. Ex. Tom Chnstain, of Luke Butler, writ D. 1"'. MI'<.ill entertained at t,
I year's crop out. and especially the University of Florida in town several times during last progressive rook Friday afternoon In '
the schooner South News.
managed to bring
I, if the box that was placed inside week. honor of Mrs. C. A. Mixon of Mimiu.
Atlantic in which they had been lost
Wagon vendors are now selling witermcIon9 the cornerstone of the new administration Kiirl Whittrn was n visitor to Stuikc I Those present" were Memlnmes\ W. M.
f+ for twelve days at sea, cloas enoughto KAiroitDKnlfonl 1 '
on the streets in Ft. Mvcrs building of the university!' pre- recently. Johnson, It. n.:: Doll, J. 10. Maim, T.
, 't shore for their distress signals! to
4 from the nearby truck fields. Tho serves its contents intact. Every: bit M. Kiberd, Seeker King, C. A. Mixon.
\\J bo seen. For three days they had had April 28.-Mrs.. W. :SI. (;1'11-
: )rice ranges;: from 23: cents to $1 and of data and information concerning LAKE: FUJTI.KK T. c. Chnstain. H. Lee, F. L. Wise,
1 food and only little water. who has been visiting her
no very hnm par
t1le quality is said to be fine. Leo Gainesville and the university were C. C. (:inrris, P. M. Padgett, J. M.
."1 !tttt fcetmty puts the first melons on the included according to Dr. C. L. Crow, Quite as famished as the human her I'ntllIr.: and Mrs. A. )D. Andrews, Lake Butler, April 28.-H.irry Shnllar Mann, I,. I,. Smith of Dado I City, Kinney -
ings, was a pet chow dog, HO feeblehe for several days, returned to her homein
of the collection.It .
and Miss Marion
fI ,ii, narket and this year supplies the who was in charge John Connor, Townsend. Delicious refreshmentswere
could eat feast of hones after-
scarcely a South Jacksonville Friday
'" j >rthern markets about a month ear- Richard motored to Providence Sun- nerved, consisting of Julio and i,
r than is generally the case. has often !been stated that if one laid before him by the rescue party. noon. day. rake.
r. Is bitten by a negro with blue gums Ilrndy Rosier, of Lake Butler, was Russell)) Hewitt spent the week-end

[KEEP MOSEYS:' WELL the effect will be almost the same as The supreme court in an opinion visiting In town Sunday afternoon. with his parents, Mr. and Mn. Moss Anyway, life is Just one thing after
:;jf.i THE if bitten by a venomous reptile. Wey- just file holds that a person who Dr. J. M. Mann, of Lake Butler, Hewitt of Little Springs. another that we can't have.

i3f), ----- man Love, colored, of Mncclenny, Is causes the death of another by negligence was a professional visitor here several I' Shelton Hall, of Gainesville, visited .. --
\ with la Worth Saving: and Some under treatment of physicians witha operating an automobile maybe time during last week. I' relatives In town Tuesday. Never tell another man how to man-
Otarke People Know How to badly swollen and poisoned arm and guilty of manslaughter. The opinIon Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dowllng are the Seeber Stokes and Denzil Thomas age his business.- lie will suspect that

t Save It. hand as the result of his wife biting Is by Judge West and concurred In proud parents of a daughter, born of Miller, were in town Saturday af you don't know how to attend to your ,

f3I any Starke people take their him on the left fore finger in a friendly by all the other justices. The chargewas Tuesday' April 25th.! ternoon. own.

(I a in their hands by ne (le<.t.ng: : theY : tussle Sunday. It is stated that the that the defendant, Jos. C. Hohhti Mr.' and Mrs. Warren Casnn are. bo-' Jimmie Nessmith nad Seeber Dukef
when they know these ore I gums of his wife are of a deep blue. of Duval county, while in an intoxicated ing congratulated on the arrival < Dukes, motored to town Saturday Some people complain that they
need he p. Weak kidneys are 'I 1 may become necessary to amputate condition by his culpable negligence daughter born Monday, April 21 afternoon. never got their deserts, and yet if

nolble for a vast amount or sfJng ; the um in order ti counteract the in operating an automobile at Mr. anal M NI. Jesse Dowlip" aMr's. "' II. Stsa3.f! : J::::=:T, was: : greeting they did they would howl all the tr.re.
and iii ucuitb-Ibw illglitest! I\ poison. an unlawful rate of speed upon a pub- Marion: Dowling, of Lake Ho' friends In town Saturday. The more said about short. skirts :
y Is 'dang.TOUH. Use D-au a KUrtlla lic street in the city of Jacksonville, were visiting in town Friday afte I Ralph and Vascoe Hazen, of Brooker the shorter they seem to get. But i

-a le.nody that hud helped Here Roaming cattle, permitted to run at struck the deceased person, causing noon. were In town Sunday. perhaps that i I. the reason. :

j a sands Stare of kidney cltUen's:: sufferers.recommenUoIrs. large in violation of a special St. L-J- his death. II. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was in Mrs. Mary E. Willis, of Crystal i,

ic cie county law enacted by the last legIslature town Pnturdiy.rio River, wan the guest of Mrs. T. J. Every man who walks on two legs

x '* II. Levlton. Cherry St., says: are again! ravaging the riverfront Nicholas McKinney and John Rolle, v Sapp, of St. Augustine, was : Townsend and Miss Marshall)) Proctor is a stockman. At (least ho has a pair
tr, bad an attack of lame back that section and playing havoc with farmers on an adjacent island to Key visltln"" relatives here during last Thursday and Friday. of calves.

very annoying when I attempted the pineapple fields and other property West were bringing a boatload of week. I JI
Hoop or lift I felt tired and Ian. in that vicinity. One "grower declares charcoal and vegetables to key West Dr "<1ng of Lake Butler, was in I

I uned Doan's Kidney Flls I that a herd of thirty broke into when their craft struck a submerged town ate day last week. I Keilucllon In Prices You will make a mistake
they rid me of the ailment.\ 1 I his pineapple field a few days ago and piece of wreckage in Mangrove chan- W. H. Andrews. was a business visitor Big 'I If you order your fertilizer '"-

Il justified In recommencing oath eating the young fruit and tramp- nel and began to sink rapidly. They to Jacksonville last. Wednesday.Mr. without getting our new price lists just issued. Plenty
orthy remedy to others." by down the plants did damage to the dived overboard but it was out of the and Mrs. Loughman. of Jacksonville of Materials, prompt Hhipment. Order now. Fertilisers.! In- r

o t'!.. Ice 60c, at all dealers Don'tply Ing of fully $200. Another grower question for them to swim to land. The were In town Tuesday. Heciivicies Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
I ask for a kidney remedy-get extent Jacksonville
in the watch tower at the naval Frank E. Woods, of l-'KIMILI/EK CO.
's Kidney rills-the .name thay tells of practically a similar expert man the week K. O. I'AINTKIt
y Levlton had. Foster Mllburn CoHI ience. station had witnessed their mishap, was a visitor here during JACK ONVI".'.'': FLORIDA

ti I", Buffalo, N. Y. however and a hydroplane was quickly Dr. Chalker, of the afternoon.State Farm, Get NEW March 1922, reduced price >U before buying-
--. For the first time since the world dispatched to their rescue. They were wa sin town Saturday ..


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officers elected as follows: --

only Tlligra: .h HCLflS CS TAX II. Roaenberjr, chairman. I Ammiinct'nwntn under thin Ixu.t I,.
D. W. Borum, secretary ewdlnu one Inch In Icnuth (ahumwill
es, .. I I,1'1; I I'I I "' IH I "'1- 1 ,, if tinu ago the Telegraph] ; meili diBcusscci in forum be putlliiilietl from ilHU UMM' II| i iflection
The members -
:i' elAro : n d Ih,' fMirdnner work of our Epis- n June for C5, pnyHlif nl'
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Published week !h' nnd entered n* l.ttcl 1<< 1.; .in I I
the work of the organization. llrnl Imcrtliin.
.Methodist! ministers, but it : _. .
LAEFFECTIVE/ i -1) l ; -
lit the t
second ciiiHH' matter pn:+! in detail
Strickland plans -
I t ;'i n. ill '. il.i li <. v, ,,> 1 I.. '_ .t'. t they are not the only else Jude;: gave STATE'S' ATTORNEY
ntTire( at Ktiirke. F1orfdi. that were very good. Mr. Baker, To the Democratic Vot"m of ,r.i,
I cn.rredIn'h'' t't' ", C''i" < 'I''I\ ;i.dl. ] i fa"I''t'i! .rs of Starke. Wo have I Circuit : ti

E- ownernlortn : St'PftRl\IF: CIUlr-nm S'OT. FINALLY and N ,i-ni ftru'-'s: .. rn'I>: ,1 I. r.: '? had. the I'J i>l aauro! to view the work ofri'viir stressed the nef' of organization in I hereby nnnotmcu' in:; rnnditoi > \
Rdftor and .
E. q'rTHEW" nil pliu eof bus m-ss and especially air or III."" Atlnrniy of the'' '
PECLARE IT ILLEGAL; ''''ne end fam'ly. T'ie'! WI i .1'h<. l b 0 1 Ii 1 ; plants and flowers by Dr. J. > Circuit rf,,im,>rl.lnK l.i-v. \lncl m l i

wee envoloiod In /lla'u '-, u'd l ,ih > i h J. Hi'lion, of the Baptist church, and in the small town marchanta. Upon I Klntrlvr., Brnilford. Unl"n "I.nnd.! tin. ,. ,
CANNERIES NEEDED j motion of Mr. Coffin, the secretary mtlijccl to the primary r rI
Tampa, April 20. -Represe''totivo the firemen arrived( a few mimites after t find that he is' an excellent: gardeneras )I 1IS2( If elertud l. I i>romlm: ,[ > nn m < t t'orMitlc n
wns ordered to draft by-laws and fix sad iTonomtriil nilmtntMiuiInlfalr ( ,.
Tho Florida trunk firmer whips his Eli Futch of Lake county, who is hare the alarm was ,given, they rim: well as pro i wr. the fees. of the olflc", Will apiiii'in'" "' '

beat products until hH mlvuntiipro of 'attending: the meeting" the state too late to save the building, which: is To the Baptist pastorium is annex I ,port of alt!) Democrat* .1. C.1'>

the earliest market has 1 road department, had! a ,good deal( to n tntil loss. ed a lot large enough for a garden, After all business was disposed! of To the Citizens of the Kli'htli: .'",lit.", '

panned supplying, owing to the competition of do with securing' the votin-r/ diwn of There was nobody nt home at tho and also accommodations for poultry. the meeting adjourned to meet May !'I 1, lieltby of; Alnohun.announce BnliiT.to thiriti Urailfi::i< ;I If Ii i'romly '"
in tile states north of H", :'a' resolution' introduced at the meeting time, :Mr. Pone and family bein-r! out Dr. Bullcn has' a ]large flock of fine 1. Those present wore H. .Roscnburir, : rV. 14d,nllm and Union' com, ,?, ,
rowers A. C. :Strickland: J. W. Vines, K. T. I tCliililll Jiultclnl Circuit 'thud I n'"i nI e,.
when tho greater cost of trun port.a- / calling on tho governor to call an on a fishing excursion. Neighbors hens, and in his garden is found nearly I dale to succeed myself iw Stale Alto\ Ie i iItrt .I"I
extra session of tho legislature to ro- soon gathered, but only n few articlesof kind of vegetable thnt will Pnrrish, P. T. Townsend. R. R Dell, to the action of the Democrat'i I. I ,
Into his reduced prof. every .
tlon eats heavily 'diction to bo held' on June e I'.i';:
0,: its. But hIs continue to mature pass the gasoline' tax law, so that the bedclothing could be saved.( grow here, and everything looks exceedingly D. ,v. Borum, W. E. Bilker, of Lake oil I prom no the name cnprirrttc \

when it is crops no loiver profHablo to road department would hive more The building wall owned by Mrs\ J. well. He I U always asked Geneva, and Jno. P. Coffin, of Johns i ml icive ailmlniHtratlon pines my appointment.. that I have to <- CREW"t, I I

.., gather thorn. It would still pay to do I funds with which to build state high : J. Cone, of Apnpka, and the loss Is by those who view his fine plants' town. I I plrc'J' term of Hon A. V. Urn A. ,*S..

/. local canneries. ways.' I partly covered by Insurance. The loss what kind of fertilizer he uses. The -- '
It there were more
BO Canneries should be supplied the The resolution was introduced by : of the furniture is also partly coveredby answer Is, "elbow reallc." In such nEAD'In MISSING: IN TEXAS I I' mil: REPRESICNTATIVE-GROT'P O'll-

year around in this statu. In dry sea- Eugene Masters' of St. Augustine.Mr. !: Insurance j dry and windy weather as has prevailed FLOODS PLACED AT SIXTY-TWO i i' ford I hi-nby county announce that: 1 mm to a tho send' cilittfn: dote f., t r M.i i :ud.m.IMT .

'. Futch explained that the rulingof I, -- .------.- here of late there is nothinglike of the Rouse of K4>nr t'nlali\ii<,. r., I I,
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sons such ns' tho present, Irrigation | and rwtin'ctfully noHcit. the minport, r ,.
could] be u l'dto keep the young plants the supreme court, in the action ed by Mr. Hayes and his family. !Mr.\ constant stirring of the soil to Fort Worth, Texas, April 20.( -With Ur.. lit 'the primary election of, June <>u.Jlvtpcctfiilh1 .

growing fast. Some vegetables and brought by S. J. Gunn, member of tho Hayes is a capable official and hard keep things growing. phut j three bod'fs recovered tonight, n EHTTmWI._.! : !

fruits be thru legislature from Levy county, did not' worker and deserves success.A Bullen foal 1 check on the list of victims of the
most small can frown! I Dr. and !Mrs. are very FOR REPRESENTATIVIS-CROI'P: fWO
the summer in sufficient amounts to I finally declare the law illegally signed of flowers, and these are seen. on the flood waters which have covered this To thu Voter of Bradford County r*.
smooth or pursed' but ml'relyrave/ a decision MATTER OF GOOD FAITH city for two days Will impossible, but by announce myself a canuidnlv i rOo i' M ? r
I keep canneries busy. Large, premises' wherever suitable places for of tlio Leuinlnturr' In (;iroup) Nn J. to
in midsummer that, if the facts were an alleged the estimated number of cl>nd and the Hi'mocrntic PrimAry and wnpt-c'i, i, 'K
ho even found. Here also .
c tomatoes fan grown, them are lire tide the support" ot the ">1 if slight shade is given. by Complainant f/unn, then the Relying on the patriotism and /good some rare fllwers-clelicatc and fragrant missing was placed by the authorities will UKP c\rry" rfTnit to promote' "il"". ,ri
act is illegal./ The supreme court left'' faith of the nt sixty-two. of nwlfnrd_county.:,...--_F I* FM*
During the shipping season there patrons of our school theschool lilies of tho valley, nnd threw varieties -
tho proposition in such shape tnat it There little work to he 'SUPERVISOR OP nFCISTIM r ?\
was rescue !
officials contracted with teach dahlias well
are the ripoi! over-ripcs' and! imperfect of showy as ns thou I *.
t hi-rchy nnnuttnro ttm n < i
vajri'tnbles and fruits which the /grower now goes into the circuit court of ers for an eight months term. The other kinds. The flowers must haenrefully done tolabut: boats continued to ply for rc-dtctlim. l I" the .,(Met. nfFVrl .. ti ,", ''I,
Leon for trial fact td. aspen., During; the i i iI II
of them county on and mer term Is now nearing its close and the through the waters. Residents of tha '
will not ship, and enough: tended now, but when the hors hilil the. office XMV fi iIHTII
ItIn bo side' probably suffered I less than
teachers must
t to H'lnply material for the cannery. I II paid. The county showers come they will take care of count of. errors. In the nnnlm. I lr I .\t
With a roady market for th<'eo it decided-If it should] do so-that the board was able to pay for only fatiy themselves those in other parts of tho city, al- rtl I .1':,11 .. ntinnr ,to uh.' 'm\, l 10, .
I act was illegally enacted the law is 11)1lefJ'ect. I v and! ttiilnn fled the make. ,n'" nn, .
thotich the loss there
'l would be easier to induce n stricter months' of the term. From tho contributions .-- --'-'--'- property proh- rhroil

standardization which would bring of patrons the trustees hive "OR-ER RABBIT" CAME TO TOWN nbTv! was greater. MKMFBll BfllOOI. R'I' ,

t' the grower better prices. I. I paid for the fifth nnd sixth months. I! Engineers stated that All levees In I lirrrky announce m>>*if! tt i 0,
GRAHAM\ the fifth Louisiana levee district !rei'lrnt.. .-n )lo thr. oei'o I in. 11Scho.
Florida brarjilx, of canned goods I Salaries( for the seventh month are The Public Health Association!' Inst are "I Bmnl "f rim !!? 'd I en'.ui,. '
I holding. d, ,',, in the I Pimvintli'
due and must be paid next !Monday.The "
market in the cif !l- : December promised' health fairy' to ,
would find n ready n June vr'ninn.' If re-eliiU I I n' "
Graham April 28. E. J. Murrheovisited
trustees have on Hand about 75 m-rvlco1 In the future nj I I Into '
f is do- visit the school in each
ties north of the state. !! a make a on .
; Waldo Saturday. I render 'in the piut \ r.i '
i better flavor per cent of the money necessary to which should sell the most St. Louis, Mo., April 2r.-:More than .\. I
in the count
Bided advnnlr;, Marvin Ogden was transacting business : ..- .- .. -
pay for the seventh month The re- 3,500 persons are homeless and at
fresh from Christmas seals for their county. In
of farm produ'fi: canned pott COM1fisSloVEa-ou'rltlt! I II
'fI ;t whoa suchperfectly in Starke Thursday. i, mninins 2r: per cent, will bo coVi-cted Bradford Starke j'ets the benefit lenst' 1,500 homes' in the Trinity valley tuUc Hi!* mutlm\l, of Ian" m
the.1/\ <1, just an there is county, : ., ,
if im'vNinn'r' I In
O. W. Dvnl was a business!' visitor'to \n.o' < 'i I li
iii fresh vegetables and fruits within the nrv-t .hy or two. Then of this visit-thanks to thf effortsof between Arlington Heights and Port I om n ran ltdnto for rt--'t. t "n
Waldo Saturday. I comes the problem of raising funds to WorthTexas, are Inundated, arenrd- nrnTn with to"r chnlci-I ,
are served on the table. It in obvious I :Mrs. F. A. Scott and n number of Tn thfitl Ntt..ntlon to m>' that to insure' that advantage cannerI I Triiby Dyai visited Sampson Saturday pay for the eighth! month, which is :hool children who worked untiringly! Ing. to advices received by the Southwestern .. M nr i > :

,, fee should be near the fieldBO/ that afternoon. I i now being tau ht.I to sell !seals.! division of the American Red FOR co\i\iissln'cF.n-DIsT1t1: ( I '.
I Sim Thomas! was' in Hampton Sat Still relying on the good faith nnd Cross here tonight. (' L. IVf n hcrt-by. "nn...tn< I ',
tts little time shall elapse us possible i I The health fairy, in the person of for County CommipHlotn'r for Oir.it. I't tSturke
1 urday on business. patriotism i I of the patrons, your hoard, I .- South. Itindford, Countv' -. ,
between the harvesting of the crops 'I O. W. Dyid and K. 0. Murrheo were Miss lleba Harris' of Jacksonville, arrived 'iVootvm nt the primary t Kit ion <, .
ask that those who subscribed
1 Iof trustees Don't scold your wife nnj daughterfor : 6lh rtvpcctfully solicited
of them She rmsked)
and the canning or preserving business visitors to Hampton Thursday last); Thursday. was
{ Thnt HuirjreHts/ n number of small l cannerics afternoon.Mrs. to the school fund come for- and dressed to represent<< a white rab: having their hair bobbed. It requires I horcliy imnotmrc tint I nm n .. .',
ward at and the balance dueon for County Comminslom-r, Dintrict N" 1
r and would bo of benefit once pay The children all sat in attention less soup to wash it. .
bit. .
more u Lacy Prevatt, of lifT: / was in rapt have Hrr>v<] ... n member orI. near
their pledges./ These amounts, ..----.-- 1"11",1 nm willing to bo Judged l h v m,
Florida than few large ones. while Rrer Rabbit told severalof I .
to a .
our town shopping Saturday. be ord. If elected thin t mo I ptomlHi. t1 I h ,
There are some good canneries' in the from the University however, will not sufficient to pay Uncle Remus' fairy stories, in ;I If it is true that we can talk with cart-ful. and conaclnntiouH attention., to ntv iftk \
Volley McKinney -
in full for the eighth month and tho that I gave in the punt.
I departed spirits why not ask them
state but there should be more of at Gainesville, passed through which wa s brought out all sorts of J. L. UNDEIIIIII I.
would trustees request others' who have not how it is down there ? It might in- --- --- -
farmers ,
them. If the truck here enroute to Sampson. good advice about health Brer Rabbit .
form co-operative societies for the yet contributed anything to come to Ideal s'hoollunch box duco us to change our way of livin c. COUNTY. I1o8IOSF.II-DJRTIII'T! I
O. W. Dynl and family spent Sun- displayed nn I I hereby announce mynclf an n r.i, 1 I. i"<
the our assistance in making up the sum for' County Cortimi, ,Hinn-r. far 1)1 ttu, I .
purpose of running them question day with his brother. containing B small jar of milk, cheeseand I I New Uiv?r>, and n.pt>t'truliy: *,,1.11\ t I'"
of capital would not be a difficult one Mrs. Kssic Wnsdin, of Waldo, spent 'I necessary! for the final payment: of the lettuce sandwiches and a fresh It's a fact that some women are like port of tho votttn at the et.niii\K t 1'i'mi' ,i '
teachers. nominatod And itcrUil. I pionimc, niiuvii' e
to solve.If' the week-end with her mother, Mrs. { j tomato, all wrapped In white paper houses. Paint improves their nppenr- <> and unremitting attention( to th e :" k
Very respectfully of the dint \ f ., ,
( net and the glut' u < t M I
t these followed i I '! nlpklns.I ance.
suggestions wore O. W. Dyal. D. W. KELLY
I !Mary Brownleo as "Billv Beet" and _._ __ _.__
we believe the fruits' and vegetable j Miss Ada Thomas, of Ilnmpton, Is i Chairman of Trustees.' | .h \

?4 that now go to waste would mil, something spending this week with her parents. I Uetty McLnne ns "Charley Carrot"were -
I charmingly costumed and n<- L -- .. _-- --'-- _
of the individual]
to the incomt i I Master: r rnlstVJlIllin was visiting IIIRTIIDAY CELEBRATION i - \

farmer and to the amount of money { grandmother/ here Sunday.K. I I listed<< in the entertainment. e te,

i ; in circulation in the state. Thu grower I J tl. Murihcn was a business callerto I The pupils and teachers of the 15 .
. Following a custom of several years II. S. nil enjoyed the visit;t .'
'1 might not get but a trifle over the Sampson Friday.
standing a family reunion was hold ,
cost of production' if ho sold l his surplus -I I Quite n crowd of young folks en- of the health fairy. A/ I,
on April 10th, at the home of Mr. and i _. .
to the cannery, but the cost of toyed n pnrty at the home of !Mr. and ---- ?--- M AArA' I r
!Mrs. John W. Addison, near Raiford.! n.\I'TIST CHURCH HliLLKTIN; :
production' has already been covered Mrs.' Sim Thomas Saturday nhxht.I I
The occasion was in celebration of the ll In1tLI,( n (
In the priori he ,got for the goods he Miss Louise Moody spent A few daysof II b -
'a\ seventy-sixth birthday, of !Mr. Addi- ] The word! "Worship" is a contraction I ." ; 4 THE UNIVERSAL CAR
I : sent north during! the shipping season this week at New River, guest of lI ? f Ea
son. There were present to enjoy the of the old Saxon: noun worth-
and nil that he got from the cannery her cousin, Miss Eunice McKinney.Miss I ;
day with him twelve of his fourte..nchilcJl'f.'n to ,
,I ship, which< was applied a porsonIn
for his goods above I the labor of gathering I Eva Smith, of Gainesville, was I
l" 63 grand and great grandchildren recognition of the good qualities or III f
t |licking antI the small cost of among the guests at the birthday par ii kM1 And remember-the lovrnmt fief I IIII

.t ,. freight for the short distance he must ty Saturday night. besides a large/ number of worth which he was supposed to pos i I \\J 001*, the lowest upkeep and the I
other relatives and friends. The honored in the
"J ,send them would be "velvet. There E. J. Murrhee is on the. sick' list this! sons sess. Sometimes more 1il VIII \r highest resale value of any motor
and of Mr. Addison still -
daughters observance it
.' is none too much food in the world week. presenton breach than the 1 car ever built.
this occasion Mrs. G. A. Cain given the English ,
were, survives in the title -
if it were all gathered and properly ---
distributed.-Times-Union. ;SILCOX110LTONMr. : I of Sebastian, Fla.; Ira Addison, Rom mayor, "Your Worship," ns "Your h ::

an Addison, Mrs.! Francis Gordon nnl Honor" is used us a figure t of speechin I I

RAIN IS NEKDF.I Julian J. Silcox and Mrs.Bessie!\ 1 Mrs. Rosna Denmark, of Raiford; America. Then the noun came to I ,'til't'o r+"s pIA "

t 1 Holton were married on the afternoon Robert A. Addison and Mrs. Ruby be in the verbal form and to worship I .t

---- I of the 21th of April by Judge Green' Shaw, of Ft. Pierce, Flu.; Mrs. Evelyn was to reroi'tme the worth of the person I
: The windy weather and absence of Kite of Lake Butler Horace Uelle addressed.To Ii sppsyfj riPCf iSBsvf.r.Ia'e I
at his olllco in the courthouse ; to whom the worship is -

ut \rain has merle the ground very dry. {i tfarmer. Silcox is nn industrious young IiIIleIae! and, Vera Addison, who are worship God is to recognize in an- i I CaG i iIl

The wild grashVx hnvo died In pluurs] '' of this section and his bride. is still at home. Culonul Addison, of proprlate ways the worth that is in

i end even the pine trees, where they i the daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Fitzgerald, Ga., and Mrs' Wealthy Him. So when we invite people to ,, \ i

stand clone in thickets, are dying. The Strickland, of Starlce. i Denmark! of Ft. Pierce, were the ab worship, it is to recognize the worth + r, .F rr \

water holes are drying' up and! rattle f Ii The many friends of this popular sentees.At nt (Jolln whose hono" it is celebrated.'] ,

owners should l provide water forthcir youm couple wish them all I a dinner time a spread of ull the When we fail to worship, wo withhold ,,

animals I'pine"I'1 good things that can bo imagined was thl_honor due unto His: name.

In the fields) crops' arc not actually II.\Yl1.KT S :\ \' \ :.; made in an oak grove near tile home The hours for recognizing the worth I

suffering, yet they arc not lining, well, 1 I I on a table 80 feet lorn;. Thu eatables of God l in the Baptist church at 11 u. II

for want of rain. Until showers come, E. W. Hayes, our tax collector<< some r included such things ns home cured m. and 8 u. m. uring the exercise of I :

the top soil should have frequent shallow lime ago acquired thu O. L. Heauley hams, chickens, vegetables of many worship, the pastor will speak in the w "

stirring to prevent as much nspossible property on West<< Madison street, and I kinds, cakes' pies, and in fact everything morning on "Separated and Sent," and ,, ) 1r. IIIS1esm

the waste of the moisture also the parcel of land from R. h. to tempt the appetite. Mr. C. in the! evening on "Harbor Lights." I II III '

that still exists' in the ground This Witkovski and, Mrs. Wm. Edwards. F. Hoover, the well known photographer I The Bible school at 0:45 a. m. is n

+ moisture rises, like oil In a lamp wick. This gives him a considerable frontage -, who was engaged to take splendid place to spend an hour in Sam More

If the surface of the soil is packed, on both :Madison and Buy toots. pictures! of the gathering, describesthe song and study. The Church of the I

tho water will rise to the top and lie has lately built a garage; flanked! dinner as one of the mont elaborate Glad Hand would love to welcome you e eql
When the surface\ stirred I
by u barn on one Hide and cow stable he has ever seen. on Sunday.

the soil water can rise' no higher. and; a chicken! house of improved con Following the dinner there was! U II l l'r'all7ksL+ III

than to the loose Jioil, and \Is therefore struction on the, other. lie is now delightful song service, and a short 'r & J. RAILWAY SHOPS AT

S, v preserved. If such stirring is done /getting ready to build new fences' I, sermon and prayer by Rev. Pau htry (;rAINESVIM.R: BURN: TUESDAY
,{ often enough, the roots. will keep awav II
around his property ns well as partition of Windsor. |i
from the surface and will not be in valuable \ Officials Thousands of salesmen 1
fences. Further improvementswill Mr. Addison received many Gainesville, April 20.- of now

4v jured. The loose top! soil will also allow follow. and beautiful presents' from his' chil- the T. & J. railway announced thin .

the moisture of the air to condense The soil on this property ranks' with dren, grandchildren and friends.Mr. morning that the total destruction of :. using Ford Runabouts have increased -

to water within it at nights, the best in Sturke. This: Is testified Addison is one of the oldest the shops o f that company by fire their earning capacityup I
nnd instead of having dew
only one to by the plants in his largo !garden, and most highly respected citizens of yesterday afternoon, will in no way

the surface, nil the mellow layer otJrroun,1 which are the most vigorous of any the Raiford section. He was born In effect the service, but that all trains" to 35%-and more. A point
will be full of it and it will be I ,
we have seen this season.' Every kind that locality 7B years ago, and has will be operated as in the past. well
t absorbed the roots. serious consid-
by of garden product is to be found herein lived there practically all his life, his I The blaze which destroyed the T. & your

No pine or ouk trees' should be allowed I.i far greater abundance than requir- longest absence being during bill ser J. plant yesterday was one of the most' eration. The entire expense-
close to fields
to grow or gar vice in the Confederate army, In which I serious conflagrations ever witnessedin'
dens, as they will push their roots i including operation and main-
he enlisted on his 18th birthday He Gainesville' entailing a loss' esti-
long distanced and rob the cultivated SEED CORN. COWPEAS VELVET
I BEANS MILLETGRASS was wounded at Petersburg, Va., rei i i mated at $50,000, only partially cov- tenance rarely exceeds railroad
plants of water and fertilizer. Where SEED, SOR.
suiting' in the amputation of one of ered by Insurance.
such trees cnnnot he cut down or CHUM. For immediate ahipmvnt. Allsea.onableFi.ll I
his legs just below the knee. In spite I That the shops will be rebuilt at an fares. Let us prove how a Ford
't deadened, deep trenches should be dug and Vegetable Seed I
of this handicap he raised a large j early date, Is the opinion of local officials.
Writ. for Trice Li. Runabout will
between them and the field and their t and Catalogue.' Cur I help you earn
{ family, providing well for them and .
be.utiful and
roots cut olT. Where bushes grow free and give valuable instructive catalogue i. giving them the best of such advantages -, more money. Terms if desired. I II'
along the fences, their roots can be on I
as the locality afforded.Mr. .
of the which farming and gardening for Florida and I
plow '
cut by means ,
of rinds
as a *
should be run back and forth in tho the louth. Write to ua today for .peclalprices J. W. Andrews Jr.
throughout Bradford and Union l
on seed requirement I
your Our ,
same' furrow until a depth of twelve I I
complete itock will enable counties who will be glad to know he Butler, April 21.-Merchants
inches Garden or more stuff is that reached.suffers- for lack to advantage" in price' and us quality auoplyyou I Is still hale and hearty despite his of Lake Butler met Monday for the 1III Ford and Ford son Dealer It

seventy-six )'e n. | purpose of organizing a merchants'aS8oclation.
of water, may be saved by watering; E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY The meeting was calledto STARKE, FLA.

it it. A little water judiciously applied Oldest and Lor..t Seed House in Fla. I Look out for the next war. Also, order by II. Rosenberg and after

I 202-206 E. St. ._ .... _. _
I will go a long way. Bar Jacksonville, Fla. keep out. the plans were perfected, permanent -T


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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1I22.!

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<:' The Screen Sensation of accept: a rusponslblo position with the r T another tract of land, n short.tSS- lR'
I WINS' :iron Box and Lumiu"-) '> of :Menu tam.t. south of Saxton These ti n>''tIn

The Century (:Ja. Probably no p. i .n "II e neared' fenced; And planted as

,Bits of LocalInformation \tlIlJ ) er came to St 1 II'Io hue made i 111""n u '. ""u us possible I,
5 warm friends in so .short a time :"IH h w i iMr. I lioreii/o, '' tiieon, tho energetic dulryr -

5I" ) renldll': ,;uu, and it is much ,u>- ,r'i in, has. ..1 Iso bought u choice tract of
Ji I
r 11 111eMistress retted that ho cannot stay with u. land, northwest of Starke, on the
!! Starke defeated Luke 11'11 1-,. Wednesday longer. On his part he leaves Stnrke south side of Wuteroak creek Im- /'

t Er,...+ ."M t)'.. w..ea tt..r.,. \f' afternoon nt Duru'iin Kiold Inline reluctantly, and says he has fallen iu proM-ment of the hind will begin at .
I' -- de ....tr ... c_ of the greatest hurling duels that "
I : love with our Hun little city and its onro and strawberries will be planted
.,.. hIS'I' been started in this <'it,.. Perrvinnn We and
good people. wish hllRII'OllA
(0_ Ii. -' .. nor.: r k.=! in pecan truus set out Mr. Green I ia .
.:;, of the loctils, had the bettor ,.
---- -.- -- -, his nc wposition and know that one a thorough-going and intelligent far

Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent aid, went to Jacksonville last week of Summon of l.ake Butler both of his genial disposition will never mer and will make a success of his '

aidii. ,%' in, Jacksonville. nnd while there visited, relatives :Mrs. I of theWorld" pitchers displaying 11''atVlIrk! at lack friends.It venture. ,I
.. critiriil moments. )For i'i i"ht innings is not definitely known us yet
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N. II. Bonney, of New York, Is visiting Gerald will returned remain sometime home :Monday but j :t it looked like a victory for the Union who will lie Mr.\ Geogho;:an's Auec..... !i COURT NEXT MONDAY l
his niece, Mrs. Ada Suuers. county aggregation, but the locals sor in Stnikc, but it is believed (hit ii I i ,

I I cnmo from. behind and put two across I.. C. Partridge Wntertown will Tho
The Woman's Club will give MayDay I j spring term of the circuit court 01i
Mrs E. L. Bifrus:( spent Wednesday feta next Friday, the 5th.a There : j I in the sixth and two in tho ninth, putting get the assignment. i will convene next Monday/ May 1st. Z

in Jacksonville with relatives will bo a May Queen and : t!i the old game on ice. i l __ _________*_ The criminal and the civil dockets arevery ( III
a Merry l CHAPTERS OF 6 REELS EACH Time after time the locals threiltenod I
general. Everybody' invited to I ( .\tm OF THANKS= light and a short session ix ex-
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Mrs J J. Smith, of Ocala, is spendIng to score, but were not equal to pected.CHRISTIAN!. '
the week with Mrs. G. C. Sweat come. Proceeds: will be given towards THE FIRST FOREIGN-MADE PICTURE the occasion. Both pitchers gave up I 'I

I II I I the new club house fund. I SHOWN IN T.\nKE-RE. nine hits, Ferryman gave only ono To those who so freely rendered riUIKCH Nun: f
Mrs Ada Sauers spent several days I LEASED HY L'tR AMOUNT extra bise: hit, a ,double hv \dkins, asistnnce during the last sickness anti
The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., death of beloved l --- 1
my husband, I wishto I
this week with friends In Jacksonville. I while Wall led for Starko with n couple Last Sunday
entertained at dinner tho veterans of evening's service on t
of express my sincere thanks. Tho
two-ply smashes, ono to left
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'J. J. Dickison Camp Wednesday, I kind word of and the beautiful "Kitihtly Dividing the Word" wan attended ;
These sympathy
Rurlc Wells, of Jacksonville, was In are FourNo. and the other to center. R, Epperson -
by u goodly number .
and thdprinted
at the Juanita Cnfo. ,
Mrs. W. J. I' flowers niadn lighter the
p- sorrows
alas hit terrific
Starke last week, renewing acquain a drive to cunter that
tances. ;,' person and Mrs. Geo. C. White actedas TUESDAY. !\I.\Y 2'TIie'Dragon's 1'looked as though it would pro over, but of bereavement. To )ito Mlddleton, \elcomed.copies of the chart used were' &

hostesses I I hit the fence and rolled\ oft*. Ritch, for his untiring efforts: and faithful I
!I _._ Chw""The attendance, my grntituda cannot bo''|I Our Sunday school. begins nn attanI -
the hard-hitting first sucker
Joe S. Griffis and delivered dance l
family, of Lawtny contost Sunday ,
May7th. The
The U. D. C. will meet Tuesday, the with two hits, ono double.', sco1'in"Wull expressed! I II I
were Visitors to Starke Thursday I school is divided Into Reds
No. TLK8DAY.. MAY !9 I I and lilacs '
Oth of :May: instead of the first Wed from Second In the sixth. MRS. Wm. C. POWEI.L. r
Mrs.' Kendrick Is captain of the lllues
nesday In the month. This is d.me on I i
-- account of the state convention meet-j "The Race For Life"No. I Lake Nutter -. .0:10: on000) :3 0 2 =NOTICE 10 l ( "orams and Lots Thornquest in captain of the

Mr and 1 Mrs L. II. Stripling, of 1 Starke:: Oi)0') ) ono) 022 490 Reds. The contest in to run two
ing the f first Wednesday ]May, and -- -
IV .1, \ ',siting!\, at the home of Mr. delegates being absent from this chap ::'< TL'ESDVY.: MAY 16 I 1 i The r'r-I"trntion bonks of the Town months, the losing stile then to entertain -

and M" J. H. Wentworth Batteries: Starke, I'urrymnn and the winniiiK1 Rule. .
ter. City of Cold'No. | of Starke will close May Ji: lltL'S.:!:! I i 'I'
i 1 Lewis; Luke Butler, Summers and In addition, three prizes( are olferad
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'I It.4\M-it 1 of Jacksonville spent ----- Ward. spa.cbrl I to (the individual pupils Hocurlni tto,
I ITl'ESII.Y.IAY! 23: j !
Mrs. Alma McMillan of
IVi, d! I th" home of his brother, i largest illimbor of now pupils. 'lie
( ( .. ,. ,I. has been visiting her parents, Mr. and II "Saved Wireless" I will! reopen my Uiuk:; : .inilh and I they are properly registered nnd have ,' first prtao la. to bu n $3.50 gold piece; ..t
I McMil By pull tax paid on or before May 13, .
Mrs. H. E. Lagprgran. Mrs. ,
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In Stink" the
----- ,[ carriage shop mi May 1st. 11)22.) second, $1.50; (ho third ?tQO.
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lan to DeLand and ,
I'cturned.Monday. I tf you want flrmt-clf. plow nr car All pupill 1 18 yeaiH/ old! '"lIlundl'r
t' d Mi I W. J.. Grapt, of Jack- Special attention of I ho ladles who j I aroprivlleycd
1m .. It, the weelt-und with Dr. was accompanied bX'littl. Miss Mary Bigger than the World's 7,lingo work or horwdMetn". at rou1 !! tn "compote[ 1 fur thuie' prizes l'i
I huts
e not qualiiied( called to the ,
JO t i ;and f.tniily. I Brownlea who is visiting! her aunt, Wonders I\I 1 sonatflii prices I will be ready to do it ubovo dales And, Criciul.i, wh'nlny/ of these ()U- j t

_" I Mrs. J. E. Futch. I II for you. J. F. Colloy.I. 4.21.2t I. I'il'i! .du'it] Volt for the si-huol', gladden -
C. A. PUTC!!?
"..1' .1 I: ;\ally, of Madison, has I The Temple of the Hermit In "The! |I :... Registration Omeor Town of ,Starke.4.262t. I their>! heats, and( do yourself. n

tie ,11, n! her sister, Mrs. A.I I Mr. and Mrs. George C. Livingston, Mistress of the World" Is 27 feet I Missed Olga Fulchsor and 1 Elite: Lnu- splendid 1 turn. Pastor Duuuhcrty will ;

S. ''r, ,, f a' u few days. I of Tampa, are here this wi-w-k visitin-t( r' higher I than the leaning tower (,if )Pisa. ramore, f Jacksonville, and Luther' I IL'OlMUNIrI' II I preiu-h no\t Sundnv. I
Miss Kate Livingston, and Mr. and : The set representing' the Grant; Wall Webb, of Glen St. Mary, were recent ; -------- -- -- ---- I -....--. -- "
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Nil' 'in iiiti-iuled' that;;; you should Mrs.\ J. M. Mitchell. Their uld riendi of China rulers more territory than visitors >f Miss: Ida Warrun. I II KI'fl'l1EN1'ho !

Nwh' ,' ,lei \\,int. You calf do it if are glad to see them attain!:, as they the Hanging. O.trdcns: of l'il>)'lon. I \

you tlll, (.' 'I.ml.ic., Turner's Drug Store once were popular) citizens of our I The secret treasure. room uf the SUICIDE' FRUSTRATED community kitchen Is now installed t
I! in ono of tho finil fl" ,,' ron [ rENT-A-\vnRD. >
Starke. town. I j Queen of hell is larger than lilt j .
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of I ho Hchnol luiildinir. All of their,
Mausoleum of Arl<'n"ill.; '
f I A white man was arrested, SaturdiyI well bosen equipment was itislnll| t
W. 1v. li.nsdcn, Jr., of Jacksonville! R. II.( Starkey, mention of whose I The Temple of Ophir Is larger in all II I night ricer the depot, by Night llficerI lust Saturday by Mrs.. .1. I R.: Davis and

was in Starki- the first of the week presence In the city was made in last I its dimensions. than the ireat: Pjrn- I Alvarez, for being drunk and dlsorI : Mr. nndHIrs.\ Mix Klosterman.

visiting n-lativc6. week's Telegraph, has purchased a raids of Eg>pt. I derly. On entering the town cala Stnrko has long hoped for domestic 1 -.----- --.-

.1-ncra tract of land in this southwest I The arena in which I the steel( melt. boose Inter during the night :Mr. Alvarez scieni-o! department" in the a school-, RKNT: :: <'IIRAP-\ : --To any om lookingafter

of town from O. M. Innmn, and ing machine is demonstrated seats place" whilu I nm a\tuy :Mrs. I
part found that his had taken
Mis I>c-na Riplcy, who had been prisoner and. now through the kindness of tin i
visiting Mrs. Ada Sauers, has returned will engage in poultry raising.: Mr.I| seven thousand more people than the oT( his shirt, torn it into ribbons! manager, !Mrs. J. It. Davis, the larirer -W. A.-Colley, Stnrko. 1 It*
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to leer hung'' Homestead, Pa. Starkey's father will also locate he1'e'l Coliseum of Ronue.The I I j twisted them together! into u rope, girls in the school can have he I opportunity FOR SALI1:.-Steam pressure\ cnnner,
.. underground tunnel is Iomlt..rIhan tSuuIu and had tied It to of
-- j I a noose ono of learning nlll1Yvlllnut.1e les- IH-quart capacity; cheap for cash 1
'' Mrs Emnui Wimberly, of Mobile, G. M. Inirmn, local representative of l I the' Catacombs Alexandria. ': the iron bars overhead, with I the Intention iiins in cunning and, cookini! Apply this ulllce. 11*

Ala, i mi.- Saturday to visit her the U. A. Strout Farm Agency!:' has j I The statue of the Sacred Dog of of hanging! hlm..elf.fl'. Atvnrex, The workers in the communitykilchen _._. ---_.._.. ----.- .....

t brother, V, Z. Adkins and family. received notice that a party of Seaboard China is more mormons. than the Itll'ci..nt it is unnecessary to any, removed ev- \ sold! lunches yesterdiy help I WANTED"-ItusineHs pnrtmir with

Air Line officials will reail. Colossus of Rhodes.START I ivthing 'Ihnl could be used by I tho dcfmv, tho expense of the sink( which some cash. Sao or write Walter Col-

Mr> I rbiii-me C. Powell has rented Starke Sunday morning: in their pri-I ( i' prisoner for expediting his way on the had Just boon indUllcd.nmtiN I son, Still''ku, Ma. 428tf.

't her r- ilt 'ici- property on N. Walnut vate car and spend the day bore making THE FIRST"The J I uiiicidtt! route. --..--- .. --- -

stree' to t' H. Johns. obsorvntions of local) conditions. I j : r.. IIUSM\NI BEAD: FOR SALE-Ford touring car, good

Dragon's Claw"Seo NEW ANNOUNCEMENT -.- I rendition( ; self starter and spotlichl. -

*,Ii I'. ',.i Harris, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mis. 11. L. Brownlee and Orrin G. lliiHband\ died Sunday I II !Mrs. W. C. Powell, Starke.

1s ; was ." i ,-t t last Wednesday and) son, Hugh, Jr., and Miss Free Wynn the quest for the Lout City of, The Telegraph's announcement column I morning lit I ,t2iii:! after an oi| !ralion inJnck.ionvillc. _1-H.2tO: .
Ophir. Pee the heroine trnppud anCD1'1'I.tI \ --- ------ --
Thurndn. ..I ;Mr. and Mrs F. A. Scott. motored to DcLnnd Thursday to visit has several additions this weak, 'I'hI funeral took place
: ,
FOUND Taken at
off to the den of China's, He up my (place aL
Col. and :Mrs. J. E. Futch. They were 114 follows: Wednesday afternoon lit MclroHc. At
s A large- c'im\d--' of people from Law- accompanied by F. A. Scott who wentto j i gut King.: See tho frightful: ordeal of | J. M. Rrownlee to succeed himself one time !Mr. Husband livch"\ '.. and I s Snxton, two black sows, with white
list, marked straight split in each
the water pit. See the beautiful vie- 1
toy and vicimtv were in Starke Mon Orniond to visit his son and daughter + i i l ill county commissioner for districtNo. Ills numbers of old! friends regret exceedingly ,
t tim for the heathenish brld il can Owners can get HUM,* by pay-
1 I prepared ''
Miss Doris Scott, who 2. hear of his sudden douth.
day, as witnesses In or spectators of W. A :and ] to ing feed bill and damages and. thllla.lvf'rtIHt.ntlot.
the Starling trial. lire teaching thsre. The party will rites. See the blood-tingling rescue | r.. L Peek! and J. L. Underhill!! for :Mr. and !Mrs. J. R. Davis and others
John Moody, Law-
and flight. See the Reiyrnrs' Battle\
t return homo Sunday afternoon. : commisionor district No. 3. from Slarkl"t1clld..1 the funeral.II1KY .
and the end of the wicked Ilai-Fumr., ; ley, Fla. I74t'FOR
C. A. Knight to succeed himself an
Mrs. Annie B. Bnrrett and little -- -- --'-'-

daughter, Stella, of Gainesville, spent There will be a box supper next. See the astounding temple scenes and I county registration officer.r. ; HOL'lillT\ : IANI: It HALK! :-One goad. fiioo) piano, for
tt the crimes in the Canton underworld.
1 Sunday Ht the home of Col. and Mrs. Friday evening/ at Kingsley Lake, under i I cash, $.125:;, or will trade for ten or
A, Z. Adkins. the management of !Mrs. J. R. See the Queen of Shclm's visit to Solomon I W. Hayes. has a large flock of M.] !1-'. Drown him great faith in i twelve head of cattle at till market

jr Davis. G. !M. Inman will auction oil -a gorgeous love pageant vaster I! fine hens, but they have been greatly { strawberries and pet'iins, and I Im* lately price, u good mule, or a good! horse. ,

,.,'1'{ A telegram received hero Wednesday the boxes, and the proceeds will be than any dream-- I nudded by mites and chljrg'jrs. All I acquired. un ideal" tract!) of land, and the hllllllrplsh.. .Ono good

mated! that II. O. Brown had successfully used by the community kitchen workers See I this all In "The Dragon's Claw" I other remedies against the\ pests luivintr j carefully iielvcled fur the purpose.This !I South Bend. Malluablu' i Rangv: prier$2fi. \

.; passed the bar examination to pay for the new sink Installedin -the first of I these four mighty pic- ; failed, !Mr. Haven nestled to l anplv I land Is situated about throe. / Many other utu-f-il householduilirlrs

in Tallahassee. Congratulations. their work room. lures You'll appreciate, thru, the | what IH said to be an Infallible miles north of Slaikc, on (DotililiHim' i nt n reduced ,p-ice for canh.R .
I wonders that fill the three to come. ,eta, .,ly that of placing n di'.id, allip .
creek. Mr.\ IJrmvn) is" also m'>"oti.itin, ;: II I! Pievnlt, Him I."'. t-l l-.1t I

'., 1.11'.1.: I II. Fields and son, Charles, Prof, and Mrs. S. S. Howling and / n tor near the fowl house. The mu. -- ---_..
T' \. visiting at the homey ADMISSION-One I : Voting' Ballot and ky odor of the 'gator IH thought to !h.<
/iif Wildwood
are expectedto
i little daughter: Nettie, are i 'lea 11 ) / / 9lllD1lpbhrtAlDrynn' t'
.'i&t i >t her )p.nents, life and Mrs. R. P. arrive here! today: from !Mulberryand j I ,untie irublo to the pen IK, and they'I'' '

I I' .. :' Powell i will spend several days, at the 15cAdmits ,I 1 111\I'. B. T. Tillia furnished the, r"
I I'llMr.! Tillis. and arclh,. '
__ __ a Partner
homo of Mr. and !Mrs. F. A. Scott. I JII rke-m"Ml im r
proprietor of "gator hatch,'v "t.oI!
Tanlac Is known a
From coast to coast Prof. Dowling has Just closed a terra : 1" 1
an.! honored and millions have taken of school in Mulberry and is enroute any one, old and young, to the are prepared to supply poultry rinsiis iIIineryt

y it and pronounced, it the ereiitest mad- to Tallahassee) to visit Mrs. Dowling's, opening chapter of this great pln ; with dead Buuriurm at long us th'

icino of all times. Turner's Dru t parents regular prices for succeeding chapters: 'supply' lusts

by Store, Starke. I I B
t : from VOTE FOIl YOUR FAVORITE f.OflJlor.\N; : : : 10 I.KAVI: : S 1'\tUU;
,,, 1 -- \V. O. Hodges has turned I IN THE t ij MRS. N. N. COLSON, Mgr.
W. II. Perkins has had lumber haul I Starke, whore he spent som. time buying ,
; ed up for the extension and remodel- and shipping strawberries. Others Brooks Guoghegun/ successor to d
West Cull street', after Popular Girl Contestconducted tiiiscMJO :Me Lane, as Jltllnncr)1' the STARKE FLORIDA
s ing of his cottage on who spent a while at Starke, i R RntiClmlDNlntD0ltIIaDlllcxalDmatolDlDDlclDtlnmlDCtmlDaanrsm q
Consumers Lumber busi-
|/lately bought from Mrs. Taylor. the peak 'IIr the long season here, C'otnpany'ii
1s are L. G. Touch anti F. M. Sanderson, under the auspices of Movie nit sin Starke, will 1'lIvtfondll: )' to ) / ..........-..

p little Weekly! the big New York motion pit. __ _
and n -- -
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop who returned earlier than did Mr.

,s) daughter, of Starke, were here several Hodges.[ Stnrke growers realized fine I ture magazine, beginning in this theatre I .

days this week with their parents, prices but their shipping season is on Tuesday, May 2nd. I ,.

',, Hon. and Mrs. E. O. Prcvntt-Green much shorter than it is hero.-Plant The lucky* winner will receive, I

f Cove Times City Courier.GOOD. 1. A season ticket to this! theatre When You Check
i 2. The White Ivory Manicure St Pay .

"I have sold over 2,000 bottles of I 's'iIrKIL"tt1G I{= JV1i"" donated by Turner's Drug Store. now

Tanlac and have never had a dissatisfied I GRADE STABLE on display at their store.
customer" write Smiser's DrugStore 3. Her" picture will be published in

Columbia, Tenn. Turner's DrugStore I MANURE CHEAP i I Movie Weekly provided an artistic You know where you stand.

Starke. U Prompt W. BERCMANN.Shipment photograph Is obtained that is satisfactory I

J.d.w.iJ.. 'Ia., Pa's 'IU 51". '". A to the editors.
Mrs. C. W. Chalker and children, One 10-vot coupon will be issued '

who have"been visiting at the homo with paid admission. Voting ballots Without a Checking Account

of Mrs. Chalker's parents, Mr. and will be accepted beginning Tuesday,

I Mrs. A. M. Darby, have gone to Mid- May 2nd, and each night thereafter .

dl barg to visit relatives. PERRYMAN up to and Including Saturday, May 20. your money keeps disappearing in driblets and much of it can not be accounted -
it4 E.K. I Photo of winner will be flashed onscreen

v Mrs. W. .Middleton: and son, Ger- ATTOHNEY-AT LAW Tuesday, May 23, which will he for when you check up.

I STARKE, FLORIDA I:| the night the last chapter of "The -

Mistress of the World," and the first
f I
now'S THIS chapter of our new Ruth Roland scr- We invite you to open a checking account with us.
;, b/EDICINE will I |Ilal, "White Eagle) will be shown.
{ fl HALL'S what w. ::1"lm for It-I you by.vltom Ao. Worms In a neailliy Child Call for your nomination blank atTurner's BANK OF STARKEPaying

.I of ta" Catarrh... w. ,,0' not Deafn.ee rot .. TS fur .f-y ,'''I I hi... .rl tr..hl. I win, W1 ,1m. tvo aD un'I.u'eaj' Drug Store or the ticket of
r ... rbi and.a.
.. :
O ) / ., .. .. fire, and enter favorite
u' "' A eiYtufbaat' your on open-
!3Sfe. .fan int.'ia'krouah "' .: ,'" .. >'-J<: give mtnirx ing night. by check is eaty. Paying by check is safer
the lht V 0' ', k* i-v. .. tlnbluod.J. .
:; the .blo..1 system upon thus ,\.." SH!! & ,"'''"'>...iIP.; :..n.n.i.K-'.. "wfr"Sth,: E. 51! MATTHEWS, Fret. GEO. C. WHITE, CashierWLrLrwwmi
rmtormuormul 11'
i ion and anlntln :/" nen, ,
,.Iieul1'' d: l I'v"; o !evl'lthw! i Gaiety Theatre
condttlwu.AU . .
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PAl... "'? x. __. ___
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have pledged themselves to grow !Orf f called. Good-bye and good luck to Are You An Ailing Woman? those who spent Saturday! hen so.

of strawberries this season. all.
-..-..........................-.---.-...................---.... acres -- Here is Most Vital! and Important ing.Mrs.. Jo'. L. Drawdy has ret.?, .-i'S

I Gad den-Have had many calls this i I SOUTHERN COLLEC Advice from her visit to Lake Butler '

Bradford week to treat sick farm animals greatly improved in health.
With Jonesboro! N. C.."U one time I was:
In the future that department of greatly( dutm-wd nnd had to wiilk tiPtoe Mesdames D. I. Blume, P. P. I I, 'II

I Walton-We are still buying fertilizer Southern College devoted distinctly to for l"nr" uf f j.iiniiK: myself. Tno and Mss[' J.) cphine Blume w, I'i iyiests .'
Farmers ) co-operatively. Our Juno blueberry doctor aid I hud uti ornnnia trouble. of Mr. and, Mrs. B.
be better I
County the teaching of education is to Ji8 doctored me fur that anti I received: : x t
I and satsuma orange groves are 1 organized broader in its !Sunday.=;
scope, some relief from his medicine, enough

!L L .. ............... ... ... .Js J doing* fine. and directed by teachers highly prominent p<> I cdulil+I do n little work. in the house, lIf,. and Mrs. Rhett Drawdy .. ..,
.......................................... ...... ... ... (but for !two I nulTored, with that
'I'I not only in the South but also yuan tnined a few friends Saturda\ .
awful 'iicliy' nnin. Finally, a friend!
St. Johns-Irish potatoes are moving :
., In order to
-. ---- throughout the nation. heard of my illncsH, and told mo what ning.
L AND BLEACHEDFLOURS WA1EUMKLONS: KOI' ON TRAINS out by trainload Many sweet 1 meet the increasing needs of both the I>r. 1'icrcc's I'avurito Prescription) had! T. D. Proctor and daughter, tiy!
I PELF-KLSINO potato club members are ready to set; church and the civic communities as dune for her, and 1 11 1 decided! I would try Ruby spent the week-end her
i -- pl'IRts--wRiting for rain. In potato it. The first few dour helped me, and ''Ih
of ,
whole re-organization
I a a complete tho time I hnd bottles] I rtnfives and also attended the
Here ia. a Remedy, Howeverhich I club by taken 1 two 'artyat
contests two boys scored 93: and
I 'I this phase of the collegiate work is" be- began{ to feel all right! iiKain. I fcuvo !Mr. Drawdy's.
Will Prevent It
There l Is no American family, tloubt-! 100 cent, respectively and won
ing planned. As soon as funds are pit'nt faith in Dr. Pierco'Fllvurite !Mrs L. G. Johnson and <-h'lil"r' ,
4 I less, hat dues< not use flour for food. three-day camping trips. I'rp.crlllion.--\lrs.: Il.irinuh McCain.
.. available at Lakeland for the extension with
I II I Yet, there are flours being sold which In 1920 about 1(5( per cent of all the'"'' of this phase of Instruction the Cat Favorite Prescription once from spent Sunday Mr. and Mr T
food specialists hesitate to recom- watermelons nhipprd from Floridireached your' nearest druggist. lu either !liquid or Murphy.
Palm BeachTwo
forge meetings larger and more effective departmentof tablet form.
destination only to he discarded Mesdames. C. Townsend! nil, II i
mend. .
of community held this week dream
councils; education] will be no longer a -
Among these are bleached-artificially because stem end! decay, according Many sales being made of Everglades but a reality. imOOKEK L. Sprinkle, of Lake Butler whit. ,1/
flour( statis- v. motoring: Sunday, called on M ,
whitened-and self-rising to figures compiled by land in drained areas and several new d
In this extension of the work of
All self-r'slng flour! is not necessarily tic'rns of the government and the rail' families Mrs. B. L. Duke.
coming In. Brooker 28. lev.: Smith of
are the college it is planned,] to include April --
leeched but us a general thing it is. roads. Johnnie Andrews and Drew D I,
much more comprehensive courses in 'Graham, preached a tthe Free Will
Therefore. it behooves the housewifeto '1 his has been a serious problem of Madison Club Baptist church Saturday night and sport: Sunday with Oren and >' cePekle.
boys feeding( out religious education as well as in secular -
use much caution in purchasing of our watermelon growers for many burrows for May market are boasting education. These courses will be :Sunday. .
flour for food. much that buyers liuvo B. L. Duke is cloin-r some II i ii
so so
years of tremendous gains. far more inclusive than the ones at Miss Cola Mae Cason spent the
At a recent meeting of' the American formed tho habit of pressing; a thum! present offered, and they will afford week-end( wjth homofulks at LaCrosse i t ter< w' rk In Lake Butler thK "

Chemical Society in Birmingham) against the stem end when purchasing Putnam Met with a committee of to students of Southern college: unexcelled Mr.. and Mrs., I.V. Tlnholster and Crops In this section artn

""I Alabama, this matter was discussedby Southern melons in order to make! the Klwanis club In regard to holding/ opportunities for training in ]1[nez Abernathy spent Thursday aftirtioon rftin.i -

!Miss Juanita K. Dirrnh, nutrliton sure it is not affected! with stem-end a county fair this fall, the prospectsof the various phases of religious educa-t in Starke. i i i, Dire Barbara Dukes and son M II
I. specialist of the Florida State College] decay.If wore shopping in Lake Butler Th ,eday.
j which
are encouraging. tion that are needed for Christian Those from. here attending court Intarke
for Women She summarised her remarks n melon is found soft to the leadership in every walk of life. EvS 1 Friday w're1.:: P. Mathcny, : _

us follows: touch it is thrown out. It is too late Santa Rosa--An outbreak of hog cry vital field of religious educationwill A. A. and U. W. Hazen L. A. Brown -

t I "It has bctn indicated by the difference then to apply a remedy. Melons nust cholera has hit our county, but Is being be included in the courses that II.: P. Gainey, H. E. Keisman, Jno.i A chronic critic seldom hours anything

l J7 In the rate of growth of ruts that be treated for atem-end, decay u immediately promptly stamped out. are to bo offered and these courses >Shriver, J. E. demons and! L. R. Gain- but criticism of himself.
i bleached flour H: inferior to unbleachrd. I -
J, after being placed in thecars -- will be kept in harmony with the high-'
m> Inasmuch as! all self-rising! flours wlltl.'rn1elon' eyFred Some women never nppreci, ,. the'. .
; bJplI'hed. nays Prof. A. P. Spencer of the Vohisia-Our crops are est requirements of Christian teach Hazen spent last week doing;
.J common to this section are agricultural extension division, University excellent. The second application of ing.! Though the courses now altered relief' work] at Oviedo. husbands until other women '-nine

: they should be used with caution harmful Self of Florid.i. bordeaux for anthrarnose is being in the college in religious) nnd secular J. A. Douglass, of Plant City and long l and take them away. .
rising flours are not m-ccssnrily! ----- -
l 1; ContinuingI'roflHsor! Spene-er says: made. education are excellent they are necessarily \VV.V.. Brown, Willeford, were visitors ,
if made of look ,
if not blenched! and n Always twice before -r nor:
:r. "In melons cut the of
treating tip limited in scope. It Is the i'' hereTuesday.. i iMiss
t t'? 'grade of wheat"equal! to that used, instrniifhl' tho stem off and! apply to it a paste IIiIIhorouphVegetlbles: are moving purpose of the college administrationunder : Edna P.atter, who has been a into street lest some speeder rams! yuu

of. flour. of bluuntone.. This must be done thoroughly from this county by train loads the new plan to broaden mater-'isilln relatives in South Florida, returned eternity.
hns received .
v Miss! Darrnh work runnycongratulations and with care in order to be daily. i I :sally this work In both phases of edu- '' homo .Thursday. She was 5I --- --
l' on her alongIhis
: effective ; cation. accompanied; by 'her brother, Eld"I,1'
line from well known food authorities -
.j1: throughout the country. "To make bluustone paste, place :3 !j CHH'SEvery j' Not only will tile, scope of the cour- Mho i, has been: employed at Plant City 'i iMr.

'I ,\ 1-2 quarts of water in an enamel ket- :I I' I scs in both religious! and secular education and Mrs I K. J. Ward, of 1886

KEEP THE \irETHLK: : OAKDKVCOMING : Ik; to this add 1-2 pint of bluestone; row of corn should be a ( be greatly enlarged but also "Gainesville spent the week-end hl'rl'.1 j

.;I i bring to a boil ; while boiling add .1 row of legumes. i the personnel of the! teaching force The many friends of J. I". Gilyojrd >

I ounces of starch dissolved\ 1 pint of that offers these courses will be greatly are glad to sec him out again, after I j
1: There is no busi fur the Idea' thnt cold I water; stir slowly! and continue Money invested in window and, door strengthened and Improved. Already \being confined to his bed for Bomo- '

ry. vegetables cannot be grown in Florid, boiling for two or three minutes until screens ml'ansleverll! times that : some of tho best known educa- *time.' i| DAVIS

during\ the hot summer months, and, tho mixture thickens into a thin p'istc. amount of money saved in doctors' tors in the South end in the entire C. it!. Chancey of Gainesville, spent

I :), (hose vegetables In the garden thnt If the paste becomes too thick it will bills and funeral expenses. (country, men with national reputation aka'. week-end here at tho home of It.I I

will soon be) depicted, should bo replanted bo difficult to' apply. It should be I as teachers of education are seeking: A.. Weeks. I i
01'others panted to take Ihl'ir'' about! the, consistency' of paint" "Let the women do the work," appears ,connection: with the new department G. W. llama happened to a very ,j

I plnc.pH. Thin Is .111fJ advice of K. A.1' Prof. Spencer emphasized tho pointof to be pretty popular with a lot ,of education that is to bo a part of painful. accident Sunday afternoon, : INSURANCEa

Carlton, who has hud I'onsldrnblogardcnlnp recuttin' the stem litter tho melons of men, but they should not have to ,the Greater Southern College Thu when he fell: and received internal

: experience) and who his ire placed in the car and of applying do their work with equipment any less. removal of the college plant to Lakeland ;iniiirioK., His condition is not thought

i made a study of /general crnrdonin I ho paste immediately' to the ri eutindx. modern than the.men have. I i ]; helps to make pqsslble this state I to,[ be serious and we hope to :tWO him STARK

rules for the state at the Florida College He says that if the Btpms are of affairs for the ideal winter cll0;l mt' again: soon.Cheslev ;: Xy

of Agriculture.\ I not rocttt the snoHcs that may be already Constant cultivation should be the {mate of Lakeland, together with the FO>;K and family, of Alach- ,

For" enrly summer ho advises planting in them cannot be prevented dally watch durintle word with every farmer, espeI I new cultural lifo that is being 1I1r1p.dI\: ,'n. passed through/ here Saturday af- '1'iQ.7i7.f! ;;;; ; ; +I. .f;, ,i _.

Strlngless Green Pod snnp beans from growing and going on into the / growing season. Cul- I(to that community, makes it. a most **!rnoon sprouts to Graham ,

and Sieve butter beans, nylnthat melon and causing Its decay. The bluestone tivntion prevents the escape of moia- (desirable: winter home for noted teachers MosstEldon:!! Baxter and L wis"hrivcr i.5.r COFFINS & CASKtTs d

J they will give good results. The butter cnn prevent the spores of the ture and moisture Is vital to growing .c who wish while spending flip winter 'r; Misses Willie !Mae Oliver and And a Full I..n,' of '

I :' boons will bear nil summer. if fungus from entering but cannot pre- crops. j 11, there also to keep in touch with r,'Abernathy attended the graduaion i lIn .rl"Au. i-r" t

I \ trained on n trellis and kept cultivat- tent I ,their growth onco they have en- 1 their! profession by association with '' exercises of the AInchua High I

ed. Other suiri/entions... are as fol1 )' 1'reiJ. A day with a weeder and a horse ,the faculty of Southern College. For :-'i;,hool Friday night. | .IOMOUILC/ : UK.\u iAl

r lawn, : I -- before_the grass. gets too big, means a ,this reason, iis well! us, for many others I.ncllo Harn-11, of Bradford, was inn ; .a.> xi nnni. 'llu* M .t ,

''II Brabham end Whip-poor-will cow LEAD AKSENATE' KILLS TOMATOFKUIT | week for several men and horsps and f\p'-y indication" tends to show >"- Monday i :>< r ml Itif "'....-Hl |I"i < -1j| {

.t. I I puss\ are Hiiitnlili for this season Bat j WORMS plows and hoeslater on. Don't put itoff. that all th" ca'n'"brs in blip college and !Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son, i .o. attftitiiin t" h.'l..' .il"1. ', i4i
1 Id. ,
are excellent garden peas but the for- I I'I.thi piMsopiiel+ of the members of the 'Paul, wore in Lake Butler Sunday. ''j; T eixtrrcd Embalm.
I mer Is e,,ilier. I "Spray": with lend nrscnate" is the fmulty that offer lb 'in will be particularly D. F. Connerly, of Cooler Pond washers ]
A few bills of cucumbers (Klan answer being made to many requests The first generation of the earworm notable] f.ir their cultural appeal !Monday tmnsnctiiiK business. ''I i DeWTlT C. JONES

I dyke), watermelons (Tom Watson)t''for advice coming to the Florida: Ex- of corn In the spring works in the J. IV. _SlIr1'"ncv_ "'._n_. ,. "fpw__ _!._ n *_it....\ri.nn,..._. ',j STAKKE, FLAemir

t, squash ( I'ntty-ium), cnntaloupox( pi-riment Station from tomato /growl growing this tip of tho corn"* budworms.Kill vim n visitor; here Monday. : '!(',':,"auouprou.sx'nnaum'au: -"
(Paul Rose), nail pumpkins will yield,!l I ors concrrning the depredations of the generation and there will be ;Mrs. N. E. Thomas und children, of -- --

I surprisingly well in the summer. I tomato fruit worm. fewer ear worms later, and the stalks r I Lake Weir, arc here on a visit with I A TOPICS:: e '

,I A few rows of Country Gentleman I, t This insect Is the most serious pest will be more vigorous. Da this killingby relatives.Mr. ; drove's Tasteless chit Tonic .
e> <
I or Stowell's Evergreen: : sweet corn, | of the tomato in this stnte. It I is almost dusting into the burls a mixture of A ionic and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of Ala- 'Energy and Vitality by Furifyini

I KhouM, lie planted every ten days till l invariably found in corn. Frequently slaked equal parts of lead arsenate and 'air- chiui, spent Wednesday here. I Enriching! the Blood. When you teal
1- \vcJl 1 Into thy summer. I it is found in green; peas, cotton : ___ I Miss Havana Cone, of Alachua en- strengtheninglnvigoratingeffecteet! ,

i' London Purple. eggplants are /good beans and other plants. For'Vomsn terod school here Wednesday It brings color to the churks and hit > >" ,

i for summer conditions and may 1>8 | The adult of this, insect lays its FARMERBROWN Ira W. Pin holster spent Saturday improves the appetite Y",1 tit n

planted quite late In the summer, and I eggs on the tomato leaves. The young afternoon in Gainesville. appreciate its true tonic value.

+ I no gnrdon should exclude peppers and larvae i feed there for a day or two, I "I was hardly able" to crag: 1 G. T. Thomas ,of Cooter Pon'd I spent / urove's; Tasteless chill Tonic l in bimpty

okrn. after hatching out, but soon migrateto t Howdy, Dad Fling, Samanlha and I was so weakened. writes Mrs. Saturday afternoon here transacting Iron and Quinir.e suspended in syrup. So+ '

a White Japanese radish, planted late the stems, into which they bore, heard tell that you all were going up +; W."The P.doctor Ray, of Easley, S. C. business pleasant, even children like it. Tho I I.h.d| I'

in April or early May will provide a As soon as the tomatoes set, tho North this spring and fearing you two treated me for about T. B. Pinholster was in LaCrosse needs QUININE: to Purify it and IRON I"

'I delicious green vegetable for the table worms go for them. They eat their might not come back again, we just ,, months, still I didn't get Saturday afternoon. Enrich it Destroys Malarial. germs and

after the latter part of June. way into the fruit and mine the tomn thought wq would call on you todiy. : any and better.felt I I had a large famIly R. E. Reisman was in Starke Tuesday Gi-ip: germs ky Its. Strengthening! ItiviuirEiTuct
surely must do 1111:11 !
to. They may mine trio fruit just i I I nm sure glad to see you both as afternoon. .
something to enable me to take -
Scaly legs of enough to it I am not able to get out much. Was _
poultry arc caused! by spoil and then go to an care of my little ones. 1 had I
a small mite (that gets under the scnle( other. Thus one worm may cause afraid I would not see you before I heard of FIVE :MILE ASPIRINName

of the leg. It causes inflammation' |I t the loss of many tomatoes. went away. Have seats and let's have y -

and swelling. Ta 'treat, wash the leg I While makingtheir/ way into fresh 'a good visit once more. Now whenI k Five Mile, April 28.-Messrs. Truhy

with warm water; then saturate with tomatoes the worms may bo poisoned am gone I want you to keep an eye f Willis Clyde Clemons, J. L. Simpson "Bayer" on Genuine
c < kerosene. Repent this every five diivs I by nn arsenical, with which the fruit on DeWitt C. Jones hardware store GARGUl- ; Avery Parrish! and Claude Kenfroe

until cured. Thoroughly disinfect hen .: I has_ been sprayed, according to Prof. Just the same as you always have. All t j were here fishing Wednesday

.'' J. K. Watson entomologist of the experiment business men need friends.* and -YOU f L. S. ekle, of Lake Butler, was a
CALOMEL: SALIVATES station.!! When the first fruits I sure have always a good word for his business visitor here Thursday.The I
.I AND LOOSENS TF.ETJI1'he i I hardware store. The Woman's Tonic"I
are small the chances for poisoning I sub-district election held in
are especially good. Sure I will. Where are you going and for Five Mile Wednesday
Very Next April
Pose of Thin Treacherous 5
Drug May Start Trouble Spray with lend arsenate, using 1 I ? decided to try It," continues X 10th, resulted in the following named

{ pound of the powder to CO gallons of This summer we are going to In- Mrs. Ray "I took persons being chosen as trustees for'

( I You know what calomel Is. It's water. The milk obtained by slacking diana. May be back in the fall. Can't i eight bottles in all I regained the next two years, L. G. Johnson, B.

,' mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan 2 pounds of fresh rock lime should be say yet. My wife Is still crazy for a my strength and have F. Gainey and P. P. Dekle. .1

gerous. It crashes In sour bile like added to this spray in order that It few snow balls to eat but I'm not so had no more trouble with wo- An effort is being made to organizea Bewares
might have good! fond of them as she Js. Florida climate manly weakness. have ten Parent-Teachers Association ":) Unless you see the same
sticking which ltayer"
dynamite, cramping and sickening qualities, OQ
: children and packaA'8 or em tablet a's
and to is good enough for me and this am able to do all I are not you
trust will
prevent burning the meet with the getting
plants. hearty
Calomel genuine
,'l you. attacks the bones and The first spraying should be is bound to be a great country-just my housework and a lot out I co-operation of all. eeribed I by physicians| for Aspirin pre '
done went'-one'
should never be put into your sys beginning doors I can sure r:com- years anti proved safe fAapirla
when the earliest tomatoes are the to come to the front. IJ Mrs. P. P. Dekle was shopping in by millions. Take Z
? tem. mend CarduL"Take only ** told l ift
size of peas. A week ter, if there I is What do they raise in Indiana? IJ J Lake' Butler Friday. lor Cold-, I eadeehe. Neuralgia the Baer packeg. ;
If you feel bilious headachy constipated no rain, make a so 1 Well, the old saying 18, Hoop poles Cardut today. It nay Julian Dekle, Dana and Gladys tiem Earuhe, Toothacbe, Lumbago and

and all knocked out, just go Should It rain short apPIlCatlon'j and pumpkins, but I guess they raise be Just what you need. Duke were week-end guests of rela for Tablet Pain naRdy tie bond 01 twelve fare +

: to your druggist and get a bottle oDodson'a f spraying, ic would be Ivlsable( to -.,re t_ft"':"':!"= whit. J am gone At all rtnifijjisK J tives In Lake Butler. glRil also 01 self Asprla cost few oenta. Drl. ,,.
Liver Tone for a few cents apply I want to look out for DeWitt ja l.rrerp.ckases. A..n rU
the you C. the trade
second Messrs.
I l application within E.S1 Marion and Jesse Dowling lullJ'lc: ot Bsyer .nu/actll.
which ia a harmless veetable substitute three ,Jones. If at time 5 ,of MOlu'u.tielldd..ner
for dangerous calomel. Take or four days. Even a single ap- you any can say a were here on business Saturday. of SaltoylioackLTo
a gqod word for him his
spoonful and if it doesn't start plication will greatly reduce the percentage or -- There was a fish fry at the Scout ,
your of infestation. store, I just want you to do it for -- Hole Cure
liver and straighten you up better and Saturday. a Cold in One Day 'i
quicker than nasty calomel and with. me, good and plenty. If you find at *To Stop a Cough Quick Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews, Mr. fain.tAXATIVE PROMO QUININE: : ITRhl:": .) ifl I :
I blip l SiCoia >
4lui nu0n and tleajHi-liii and works ot
: ,
out making you sick, just 'go back and COUNTY AGENTS'; REPORTS any time that his prices are not the take HAYES' HEALING HONEY.* a | and !Mrs. Claude Renfroe were among I' (.Re'.E'-siansatreeneahlax.tea): : (
:: ,
r get your money. very best go and tell him. Someone cough medicine which stops the cough by

r Don't take calomel! It makes you St. Luclc--Tomato packing houses' may be buying something just a lit healing the Inflamed and irritated tiaaurs. ', ...- "A
sick the next day It loses tie cheaper. lie will all box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE -
; you a day's are operating and several carloads of meet competition SALVE for Chest Cold. Head
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straight tomatoes have been shipped. All Irrigated if he finds It out, regardless of Croup Is enclosed with every Colds bottle> and of GENERAL
ens you right up and you feel great. tomato fell are yielding, heav. cost. HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve INSURANCE
No salts necessary. Give it to the ily. He sure will. That's what I all should be rubbed on the chest and throat
Many wells say
children because It Is perfectly harmless groves and truck are fields.being drilled In the time.I of children suffering from a Cold or Croup..Idrg..h HAROLD C. WALL''

and'cannot salivate.-Adv-69. hope you all will prosper find that : Jn! c'mbIn.d.Mh: ; : : ;the6.ntoyefecttof 1 ;

Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Days Osceola-I.ocal farmers already'I Starke will stay!! In the lead. Everyone the arm.side. OPea suuo pop.-Ttat.a COUIIIr.5.1", through I". po..." 01 STARKE, FLORIDAFiRE.

4, ,; ,,",_.1.,. refund! manry Il PASO ntNTI11'NT' must stand together and boost for Both rpmrdh,.eta pee...! 1ft.ea.c.tto..d tbs
tueuta. 11.1>' B'lnd' J; houses where this trouble o poet 01 the eombiDed treetmeot is 35c. .
a .'l,. l'r 11.,,"" -Hag 7LeltnaosPnarudwgi'hlc' PI and, Is known ;your own town and county. What? Just r LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
,,,, 'hllllil .... It,.., Ih, std, eLDI6I' LWI.y'u i'1'rnn'''.b, 1 bt-!.- -- -- ,,1]Not going, are you? I am glad you HONEY your; druggist for HAYFS'ILLEALLNG r



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FRIDAY, Amil, 28, 1922. BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.K!: : .MAI'M. ...1 11th PL ,MOKIIH I PAGE 'SRVIW ;j.i
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She daughter of tiW1ate Will: I ,
was n IIAL- l
NEW FORD LENS LANVTKY : A. M. Dlanchard. "il. i.n.t,. jinil. -h..v", .. .'nln of thiTimlin !NOTITR (lP' MA8TKH8
Underhill who lived a few miles west of Illtlilliii-.l' ri.ui I i l R. D. Lang, of Clay Hill, wns visiting of Starke and has lived in Bradford Munch, 11)22, !la true and correct to th* bM virtue nf that rertaln linal ..1.....*. of fv,* ;
asses All Iload-IJIumin and Antidare relatives here of :my Hnotvliidxu mid: taiivlU. clunure mn.li' liy the ju LIWH Lawtey, April 28.-Mrs. R. R. Thede Sunday. county nearly all\ her life. The dll- W. ALDPIIMAN 0.\1 rirriill. of HmJf'.r.l County.: Florida, !10 r

: was a visitor to Jacksonville Monday. R. B. Collins, of Fuluaki, Tenn., was ,'iSKAL Clvrk Ci.omt, l,nun.Uraudinl ehancvry opine, on the ftth ilny uf Mil...... (f.;
ceased was 73 years of aero.: Funeral County: A. U. ii@2. In far of Annie 1:. I'ettit.. Joined a,
I J. C. (Cone of ItrooUer, was trans. the truest last week of Mr. and Mrs services were held at the homo of Mr.\ riy C. A KNIIHr.t8'uut3: : by her huilmnil. and next friend A. "M. \

A headlight lens acting business in J. II Monro in East! Lawtey. Clark. I'cttit, a* riinit'lMiimnt.'' and. nvalnut Flnrentafrvyniuni old' \
new \ recently Lawtey Saturday. .
per. (Crews and interment was in Dyal h and Catlterlno: Kraymunth bin.

cteil, hy the Ford Motor! Company Mr. and Mrs.\ J. n. Moore!\ and son, O. A. Andreu and family wero visitors cemetery at Vanderbilt. flNANCUL: 8TATKMRNT': 1'UUNrV'OCIIOOI.! wife HH tlelenilnnt.The .

etroit, for use on its curs and trucks I'anl'Vera' visitors! to Jacksonville on to Lawtey Sunday. She leaves to mourn her death five rotit.ty .ui'>i.<..h..nd.HlM.iifM rliia., ..'.. utatrmunt.t : for underpinned.Hale IP .front*x flpeclnl of :the Manlt conrtilou.e will:: offer 1a ;

ins received formal oflU-inl approvaln Saturday. A.1Dlnn'hard[ was a visitor to ..' .-. i.1 I. ml Tuiiilp. l.tr th.I lonti.. .f !Rmrle' Ilor da, durlnu the leual. hour of ..>.
sons and two daughters. Lent Sapp, Mnrah.. 1923. on Monilny. the lit duy of M,,.,. A. D. \m*.
| each of the furty-oijclit\ states now Daniel Gorman, of Jacksonville wa Jacksonville Sunday.George of Lawtev; Leonard Lee a-id Henry rciMivrftl: ..........1 Fund to the hliihiwt and bowl bidder. for ea.h, lhafollowlnit

regulations the most of rnlnnr Mnrch 1. I11S2 ._.._. MB.Oi dinorllu.il praperty .liuated. and be.init .
havim specific and : Sunday Mr. and !Mrs. J. Cousins' of Jacksonville\ 1
proyisions was Sapp, of Miami ; Vernon Sapp, of Sarasota lticil"t. during. month -.____..170(1.81Wnminln ( In the county of llrmlfonl. nnil male ofFlorida
for tosts. II. Moore in East ,! ._....___ 2001.07
Lawtey. a visitor hero Sunday. IMMIVI \ to-wltt
Mrs. Elms: Crews and !Mrs.\ E.
j !
; Knlnm-c April l l8 M.45 t
Ford engineers state that the two Mrs J. E. Brown returned! to her Mike\ Futch was a visitor to Mae- I. Varnes, near Lawtey' ; one brother, 11!,i. l --tllnlniiro II.75ltcr mho l.i.l town 5 of and Stark 7 nf rout Blurb John 25 on addition. per pint IhiT of.

equirements of any headlight/ are sufficient home in Wayeross, (;a., Saturday after clenny last Thursday Jeff Underhill, who lives near Starke, <>ll>'tn March Burin I. month 1023 ----..-....--_... 6.UUUNiinnti. to ontnllllnu oni'-quarter of an acre mon oeleM. .
rand illumination and lack of about Eliza Carter of Highland In i ,. d l lllnlnncr Aim lot Numkir 8 In llluck Nunb..2.In
spending two weeks in our was and many other near relatives and April 1, 1022 -.- 13.05I the town of 8tArka aa per mini or pint of .

lare. To achieve this result, It {Is town transacting/ business.W. Lawtey Saturday friends. I.I I ,... said. town
A 7.. ApKNSK. | .1

hocesaary to develop a lens which will[ II. Carter, of Mitxville, was a Rev. E. P. Boyer filled his regular!; DeWitt C. Jones, of Starke, was Itnlanco i IptM.. Mnreh durliiii. 1. month in2: --.._....-.-... 1(181Iti'i 70.05 M: JOirNS. SlK-clal Marta '

throw a strong light, over the road visitor to Lawtey Sunday. appointment at the Injrlis Baptist Warrant ..."..01 -................ 810 'nilIliilnncu .collc, bur lor Complainant e. tl
transacting business in town Monday. April 1 I. IOU -.-....... 8.50 __ B,1
*ut which so weakens the rays on n Rev. C. J. Ilemmitt filled his regular church Sunday. His son, Fred, accompanied I .

jjlcvej' with the eyes of an approaching appointment at the Saxton :Methodist him. !MILK KOUTE" tlnlnnro Roc"..',. March ilurlnn. 1. month 1022 -...........-....__. dim X on 95Warrant N01ICK FOR MINIM SINAI'TKATOIt nisnlltCK ADo ''o,1I. ,

otorist, that there is an absence of church. He was accompanied by L. II. Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little daughter + "THE I tunned .. -........-. enl: .U8 In Court of County Juilue, Bradford Kiualy. -
1I"I"no"1..11 I. 192a ............- 111.011 of rkinda\ .
lare. Hill. Ada Marie returned to their homo .. I Stale: .
'Hi.i?.I .No.llnlnnco .. of Airs It. Rainy ilecenwd.Nolle
When the 'I in !Milton after three weeks A most interesting picture, "Tho Mnrrh I. 1H23 ....-_.. 1".1* In n-i .U'.1.hereby Blven. In all whom It nut* I
testing new Ford lens, Mrs Francis Wiggins, of Jackson spending will be shown at tho Iti-eelpta Our nit month ............._ tt.Hl the lot day of. May A. I>. I IIIIU.
even In those states whoso headlight: ville spent the week-end in Lawtey at the home of her parl'nlsIr.! and Milk Route, Warrant. l nui'il. .. -....... concern. I hull thnt on apply to the Ilononiiilc It A.Oruro .
Gaiety Theatre on Saturday/ April Illlllliifo' April 1, 1022 ._. -... 79.54i of Mill, court a* Indue of "...ha'. .
awe! are most exacting:, it was found at the home of her mother Mrs L. Mrs. James II. Moore, in East Law i M .1 u-1- juilu ailmlnlatralor of theenliilo

Ihnt It produced three times the re- Lowery. 29th. This picture which was nnd' ttnlanr Mnreh 1. 1022 -.- 77.37Keciipta for my: of Anal Aloe: dl.ehiiriro II. Kailney.rw diiraned: : ; :and that i
... .. 25.07
tey.Mr. the Louisville & Nashville Railroad .. during month------- will Anal *..- I
tauircd illumination of the road, and ,i !Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Boyer of Jacksonville and !Mrs D. Hiirtrinbotham: moved by for the ofshowinjy nor. ants. u il -.. 102.31 .eoifnl t the' .n".me ailminlnlrator tiinn. I prrnent of .,,101 my tint, and j\.J'
prepared 1
was April
purpose -
|hat the glare wa reduced to one. visited, relatives in Lawtey to Maxville the first part of last the of the dairying I Di.in.t, N... PR.Inne' auk for their March. approval.1. A. I>. 1922.WILLISM l
naif of that allowed. week. ", progress Mnreh 1 I. 11122 -.- 131 I1" H. RAI.NKY.
Sunday. They.were married in Jacksonville and business in and. around ItoeiliilN... durlntr month .__........... 150 I :
State officials Harold Hlirfflnbotham of Maxville: creamery .. 01 Adminitretur' E.t.. .t Alva ? IYsAl11"Y1.96rouwd
were impressed with last Thursday. The bride/ has Warrant' IMUIH d! -- J N ,
Selma Ala. Kiilnni-K April. 1. 1922------\ : CT.Oll ,
jthe Ford lens, many stating( it would lived in this community all her life was a visitor to Lawtey first of the i, -115: IDltnl NO'l'1CIS; "
feet new and week. The value of the milk In lustry lies ne., March If 1D82 2."H SI'i'Y'1/1L: ELIa"1'ION a'R1)1NANCE
a higher standard for until I
au- few months I
a aA'OI11'n\ she moved ltisi.ipti. ilurlnif month ......- l.HOWlirinnl \
tomobile headlights! and commended to Jacksonville with her mother. Miss\ Lomie Londhnltz/ was n visi- in the fact that it enriches every country ,* iHHileil\ .-.....-. NO.hat( nl 112.an adinur'Iwl ."j
2411 'UK: IT ; :
tor to Jacksonville Saturday. that takes it up, if only it Is taken u..r"lI'u1..11 I. 1022 .- .. o""ndl of II... Iowa. .
the Ford for r mho lawn
company the progressthat : Thp groom is 11 son of Rev and Mrs.E. i I \... IIllnlnner un't n. ..I .1 .
I M. Davis and family of Jackson- up In the right way What this right, March 1. IHM .._. 11R.1SIteeelptn I.. th.enIISo.Iy dnytf. 1Marcb.. .
had been made. of Fnrl Ii 22nd
Although theyare P. of .
[ ,: Bayer, Lawtey. Their many during month .....4........ n.4H, ) h.hl .. ... .r ..H..1In1. '
I villiif spent several days: in Lawteylast way is' inj-hoxVn very dourly! In the \ nt Its wslsr .
now included liS standard equipment friends, wish them a long life of happiness 1)'arnnl.uI' ------y--------. 12hpirut AI tn'Ih.. Town of 9turS... ot ..h.hl .. .10.. .. p.
week. picture. I', Iliilnnen April 1. 1928 mho folluwlug m, mh'm
on all Ford cars, the new .1 and prosperity i 1 | No. 12llitlnncu thir- \.1. .. 1..1 rH

"n" lenses were so designed that they R. M. Tracey was a visitor to Mac-! Harold Pearce was a visitor to Jacksonville ;,: The process of pasteurization! but ltec<>''I''A Mnrch during 1 I. month 1U22 -_...-.- 1010.1\21 raid' "'""Vtryan". "4)". :.1. Orlirm. (>, O. Jon*., .,

Saturday. cheeSo and ico making arc ..._. __ W. While.
would he adaptable to all head) lamps clenny Thursday. ter, cream ,1 I '"" .
llulun""Apni"i.1 ......... ... 140.112I'l.lnrl Abient: J. K. C'nlley.
[now in use on Fun.! cars. I Miss Eunice': Whitehpnd who is attending i Miss EdithVilkerson, of Starke, nil shown ; also d-iiry/ herds' and d'f- \ 1"22. .-!Iou. Itriulni.ro --- Al which.. ilch were cerium the proceed.fulbiwlna. nits iCouncllmnn were bailimmii

speryfT the week-end with friends in fount varieties; of individual cattlo Mnwh I. 1\ 82 -. HI.JlIN'fi.lnln >i S A. llryan .pmumlerf a eerlaln -
I the !Rlnrko: High School, spent! Lawtev. of and f >odinjr durlnir. month n_...-. i.B'Wnrranln '> onlliuinc. and| mi.vi.lHa option.. ....1
of hhh! prnde and milting -
11.1.FOR OOVERNOK; the weekend in Lawtev nt the homo liintied A"iHnlnnev thereupon rounillninit J. W. Wlillo .uc n.h..1 !1
Elmer Cannon, of Jacksonville, wasa In the way in which, they should be April, 1 I. 1992----------------- 18.12 .old motion to ailopt <<..ltl l ordinance and iinidm..llnil I
of her stint Miss Rebecca Vhitehead.L. t l bolas then noil thenput, tu the vnldof '
visitor here Saturday. done. I I ) anil "N ," and oho Kill by nit
Gen Fran! 1\Ie'IC.1 L. and, Leo Sapp of !\ l'o-let------------------7') Hie \.ro :: : : >
lHco Villa, reformed Miami werecalled R. II. Boylea, of Middleburir, was While the creameries! at Selma' are ':' ,lied: orilllinnce. tllinnimotlHiy I, adopt. 'f
'Ican bandit lender, has announced hi! to Lawtey last week on account nl hy t IhMite. :of: li'I.\ : ;; ,'I.:; m:: ,prexMit.rnrh mill
hero Sunday and Monday while en- on the whale the l.-irt'i-st in the South Iln'iiin'n. April I, 1022 -. I.UO of nnid u .n .
{candidacy for -tuvornor of the state of of the death of their mother, ;Mrs. I IRnlnnru there. bolnn no Mile .N....," which onlinnme
route to Gainesville. the industry is steadily expanding, : and Mnrah. I. 1H22 -.- Oil \I. In for "oi.l* and nuuri'n fiiUowltiir.V.BrirW .
Jnnranpro, ncconlinu to a'report from 1 Hester Craft. I __..... 4.M1ON
Frank Wiggins! of .Jacksonville! ,- is obviously going to. keep on doing' ttcceiiitii, ilurinir month .. I..wll' I

|Torreon, !Mexico I Elder! II. V. Skipper, of Jacksonville! it-pil relatives In Lawtey Saturday and PO. Its possibilities are enormous find Ialunoe) '" 'nrlI,.April .I..1 I 1H21J ..... H.Ol AN (, \ o\N"'hl: .I'lr'rilNFHIIRM: 1 111 '

Lending citizens of' Durango are filled his appointment nt the Second "l'i I.Nv. II l lllnleneo I- TINll; '1'01111 1 ] 1/ 4I.IhlKU lilFa"IYtlt4TIE I
I Sunday. this is what makes one of its start- Mnrah 1, 11)82 :.- an JTItii.'lptn : ) : OI'KHTHHM: (1!' IS1IMNU' 1HIHIY- c
fmuch concerned over the prospects of Advent church last Thuml.iy and Friday Mrs. Stella Peterson returned to of Interest. I II I iluilim. miinth .. -.-. ._ *" SIX' IIIIIMSVNI nrtl.l.AIM:\ I*II,.null/ nil IIIOVHM /
peculiar .
hair points! Wnrrnntn Inniieil __. Sonllnlimre I 01 'HIM TOWN( nil1" HTMtKI'l.Hoitmv .
the -
one-tim -
olutionnry leader! becoming evenings. her home in Ocnla Sunday, after n This picture is one of the series being I A.I..\ 11)24) ..._. "7.lift ,rout 'nil-) : I'IIIII'O": OF IttbH11t1'4"I'INti

| a candidate Villa t b assured! :: J. i). Randall), of Orlando/ was a | stay of two weeks with h..r sister, I handled bv theSouthern I Knter- :I Ualnnr Mnreh' I I.....IIIS2,i..el "No.. 1 19 11-f I! i ,'",: W \TKIIWillllCH' AND ANI n F.NI.MIHINHTUB : MKll'H'OIKillP :I

[of strong support as well as dctermineil visitor here Friday.L. Mrs. Louise Lowery : Inc. the pictures being anni I ",'eolpla. ilurliiK month. -"-,.....- I.IM I \ $$1.0N'I' OK TIIM: 'IOW N UNsI'
prises' ,
I I \liiil.: FKIUIIlA.
| opposition. The neighboring,: : state II. Hill was transacting' business 1 Jack and Arthur Wilkerson of Nashville Warrnnl "itllulnneo <\, .- 19 MIHMrlet Town folinillrf '
I i'lied by the Louisville & April. I. 11122 _..__- UK IT OIIHMNKI: hy tow
lof Coahuila also disturbed in Jacksonville ; 1 N.., 9llnlnnrv Inc Town of Slnrke. Hrlulford CiiunlT,
seems aa Th.ursil.ty Maxville visitors to Sat- : ,
| were Lawtoy railroad, the Southern Uailwnv and Mnn-h I. 1W22 .- W1' Florida; Hint I thou. nhnll. b* held i In tlm inlil
they fear Villa's followers]) might notaec'pt I W. E. Torodo was transacting business -I! urclfiy. I the Atlanta & Went Point. f>nrH'innd I'erOtr! I, ilurltiic munch' ..........__.. U.HI Town uf Htark. nt 4he C ty IUII on the .lt
defeat in Jacksonville I Wnrrnnl'* It mini I ........__n.... day of Juno' A. 1 1) 11122, n Hporlnl, Went: "Ion
peaceably. Thursday I Rev. I. M. Bolt of Macclenny! fill Western of Alnbama Railroads, llnlnneu April I. 1023) _.. -.. BH.HH In necoriliiiiee with the \provlnloMH. of tlm conHlulion -

Under the terms of Villa's amnesty I Little Miss Jewel Buyer is spending ed his appointment at the :Methodist and also the Southern Hell and. Cumberland Pnlnnev Meat 1 I. t022 -:. 111'> .1' hnnlor noil Inwii No.of H.I the: Id ntnto uf the of Ann Florliln.nf the lueliiiliuu -

agreement with the Obrepron: admlnliStration I : a few days in Jacksonville at the church, South Sunday, morning and Telephone .Telegraph Com I' li>ei>tiln durlnic. monlh ..-...- 4 U1Wnnniiln l.i-lll; liilure: of Florida: for Ihe yrar IUIII.\ ),,;
,m-oul Inn; Hiieelul. irlKlnlion, enlllled.n act t 11
he t'it reported to have pledged ; home of her sister, !Mrs. J. High- evening. Ilillnnev April\ 1. 11)22 -- ---- 6.10Holanro nnieoil. 1I..cl..n Tim of Chapter 4A04.ChAnrt 1nn

| himself to keep out of polities, lo- I 1 smith.A. I The death of Mrs. Hester Craft occurred I panies. i N... J' of ,IHlin, nmeniliil, by Heelinn. nileil One Inrimiler of '1'
-' March, 1 I. IH22 II I1'ItiHieliitii Ire IIHI.2. Act of 11)07.) x- n n 'I
leal or national. It is uncertain whether -j M. Blanchard<1 was a visitor to last Wednesday at the homeof I .., ilurlnit' month' .............. *n 00W"'unIA B777. Act of l"ll.! entlHuil \ art tn .1-.1elnre
I And! still 'v,' can hard 1y! blame Homeneonlo IHHIIIM! .............. 4i'Hillnlniuii | li'Hul the Ineorpornllon of ,Ihe Town oflw.l'I.rw'l
Villa's candidacy will be allowed Lake Butler last Thursday her son-in-law, E. L. Crews, about I for nut telling the truth. Jail April I I. 1H22--. 1 IH.ID Hlnrkn. In I Ihe County Iff Ih.,,< fnr. K

Irnmler: the terms of his surrender. LL- S. I). Shore ret'lrned to Jacksonville two miles southwest of Lawtey. Although |1'1.| t | .\" u undrr'Ihe 'l.unerill Law for Ineorpornlinii oitli
and lo ,iirotldfl' for the )inmilnwof
life is anything hut comfortable. lliilnnee Mnreh \I. 11)32 .- 2@0 71H.i'.iiitH and low nn
,Inquiries nbotit the matter have been Sunday, nfter s.l unlil town. for the purpinn. of ..<-
. .. I Inhllnhlnir n ...,.m of WnterwurkN. Keweruwoami
.: [ sent to Mexico City. Lawtey us\ the guest of .Mr.\ and Mrs. some time, the end came very sudden. I There's "f work l.au.4lhmcu'Aprll I. 1922 ..___. -- --- 21\2.30 for Illiimluntiitir. 1.11..>o..... and ,lo create
Cheer plenty ,, "
up 192&----- H llonrd "f. tool' c Work* of nnld I'uwn mi.l
hate to the I Hpicinl Flection:. tn iletermllie the. .,,,...IInn ef
lb.. nhoad for those whn SOP ,HUM. '>.I'0)M) COIINI 1.
lu-iillm. 110.1100.ill( Ixmiln\ of. unlit lown for th
OF I Fl I 'Olllliv'
wife do the hoeing In the parden. hTH' corllfv Hint, the fr.reimlnir lnli- puiiiiwe' of IteconMtruetlnw' .nil\ (':1.,.In rein. III*
min of tlu niavlpl. .11.1' illnbuiwmonl nftliu Wnterworlii, anil\ F.leetrlc': I.lulu I'lnnl' uf th*
Him he. "MorlilnUK .
tliomonlh town '
l 1'01'10lro m"htv( sorrv they arlHMil fiiniln ..r Hrailfunl. rounly fur IT I'-IUirilKIt: OKDMNKI). that lH>nihlimiieil
l I. truo end et>rrootlo
of Mnioh, 102 J. ,In piirNilniice of mild elrctlon nhnM h.
ever undertook to make I the other fellow lliu brut nf my linowli'iln" nnd, ImlliTII ilnled, July. I I, I1I2J; In niiininnl, no* nl, One'I'l.nunnut
t, II WM.I.CMTounlv ; llolliira (" 'I.Kill.("MM I meh, ami nlinll
orr\'. Muiierlnlimdenl.NlTrTrK lie iiunilietiil anti, mature an folluwn. :
.... .. .
n -- -- -- x
-- Nn I Until
n.ypq'e nwnnnT Stilrki'. .10.. Anrll 1. IH32K Mtiycir'n, 'poti-liiinnllon. iiilllnir an election I ,to. 2 .nil July l I. mii
Commercial ..tot "" riir' nf thl- t-..illt Cm..1 for the purnomof' votlnic on tlm. nueiit on ofl I il I.. 4 .'on July I. IUU*
. 'In rout car Tiwulfnnl r...imlv rlnrliln' nn aiconnt -. l 1..ln., li.n.lH fn, Dm reeoimlrlielloM, llll.l imInrpiiiu ,- K ,to IIi JAIIIIII.1)0U.lion July' 1. luv,
I of taxi a.*n>r4 for '" y'"vVS'. I It..- Wall. .r Wor'. end Kleelrlo l.lKht m Hil ::::: no ,iuiv::: i, :IIHIHJuly
W float. of HIP Town of Starkci.' Flnrlda.Nolle I lu 10 IJ.oiio.00J.IIUO I, !11144:
} Tx CollrrtorTo I In bonny irlven Hint uniler and l"y It b. U ( .00 July I. "l-ltt'
Wmilford Coitottrnnnty-" virtue) of and'h..lOv. vented In me an Mayor of It tu 14 I.!.IIIIU.OO July 1 1. I Illat
i PrMarch n r e tho Town of. Stark. Morliln. I henl.y mil nnuerliil I.) to III la..OO. July I. 1'/'tit
t.il.al duo ." ehctlon. of ,Iou .,.."lItI..1/ v....... of old 17 .lo IH .OIMI.OO July I. I'll
4 51J.5lly ? .
fob Printing 1.eollivtrd' town to l>.. helil lit the Town Hull In .ald..1'I'.w. III lu 20 .1.011".00: July I, I'JI
.mt I .. on Thuniiliiy.. lh.. Ini' '"<"' "f l"ni. A. 21 t.. 22 IJ.OIMI 111. .lu'v. I. :a"8"'
to l 0281.S2 I). l 11I!2. to iliiluniilim' the iilrtlnn. of )InnulmrThlrlyjil 211 In 24 12,000.00 July. I. l-ilH:'
R April I. bidrdenl/ur.l/ FundMairh )! 'I'hoii..nml Ihd turn Louis. of null H II tu 21IV'"O.II.' .). July I I. Ililt'l
I.1 tol.nl. iluo *7" *'' Town for HIM iiuriMWH. of ",.""",,,". lay end 27 lo 2H IJ.0110.(10 July I. l INNS>
_- II.1April i.nlurulnir.' H.. Will,"'r Work and r.leelrlu: l.lHhl 20 Ui HOtl fU,000.Oil July 1, I'JI
Hy nmt mllvelvil "- Plant of the 'lonn nf Stark.Irlurt.b.... nnlilhoioln : to SJ 12,000 00 July I, "4t

__ 40405 to IKl l..Uf'l In ilenotniiultlonn.; of II..mill 81 ln 84 fJ.OIIO.UOIJ.Kill.00 July. I. I III"
1 i In Cnimtr l hili l doe n"- ." and nridi--.- ....h and lo !... duo nerlnlly hevlnnlnu, ) ; .',,1. I. I SII tu 8ri ( July I. \'ttArainnt
IIIJO, and to bear IniHrent. nt the rat. i.f rat! ttolh principal and Intermt. hall .be payable
March I..., linl HUH .__ u1i2lly 2J2.9 per n-ntum |MM. nnnurn, iui\ftil, vml-annunlly. In Kolil. eon of th. United State uf Auierliof .
amt anti the Itmiieetora of nnl'1 eli J .. lt20L112rnnty Huott O. M HiMtrunk. and .1. M. At\nr',. nii'l, iieflM *t 'Ihn Iliiiiitver NHllolial llnnk in th*
ml lun
April I to Nrhnnl T. N. Kenili'lek, to act IIM eli.ik. lily\ and Htnle' of Now Fork 'Intereil at th.
In liwtlinony whiireof I .linvc hereunto. nub'Hcriluil rat. of nit per centum 1ft tier, centum. vtnniiuin ,
M"rrh I I. In hnl ilitit"J tluini'l Mi'ml-annunlly I ,
._. .___ 4.1. my niimo nnd cnuHcil the anti .r piynltle:
lly unit eollM-tuil Town to. hereto. lie iilllxml.' Hill the 21th UK: IT MJItTHI.U Otis TINED that the
Uy, of Aril. A. ? 11.22.,'' farm nf linllot to lie uneil *t nuld Hpeelal. .Rlee-.
_. .IRM2"ft
April. I. lo hnl iluo ,I.. A. DAVIS' JIC.. lion hall l I... .tiliiitiiiillally In the following
County I'"ll Mayor of the Town of Hlnrke I Klorl.ln.Attrnt form .
__. 1111 m torwillOF
CARDS March I. In bal duo 'F/IAI. MA MOT
...._. 11.00 :
Clerk.. 4-2H-At.A- Ft.ortl IrA Y
POSTERS April I I. to bnl iluo -. flOft.OO Held, nn the lit day i.f .1.",... .1. D 1 1U.
T ml 8uh. RrhiHilMnrrh Mnke a enni-mark Ixl( ) to the '...It of the
1. ta ham, duo WH Ifllly NOTICB' OK HAIR OF COUNTY RONIIH urn'..' ''inn; either 'n'" or "naiont.." *o anto
unit rolluoli'il. -. UH.flH Her..l>y notice I I. ulvrn. that tn* board of Imllcnle, the way you date to ......
ENVELOPES bond truntee. of Redford County. Florida. For. fin Olio '00' Hon.In fur the. UK< ON-
April 1. to 10.1 l due. fi.WO.51 will\ reeov. .ruled bM for the purrha. of HTKI'C'lINd' : ANI FNI.AItCINCI: olIhn
*>.. Rrhnnl Honda 158000000) nf county. hnmui. of the Bounty of Witerwork and Klertrla: l.luht
I BILL HEADS March I, lo bal duo 38470 l 7Wy IIn1d0vd.. Blat' of lorlda.. or any portion of I'lnnl of the Town >>f Hlnrkit, Flori.lo,
r amt eollrctod .. u.--..... .-_..,_ "0."" aid mm nf not lean than 1200.00000, uu to

I two oclock p. m. on M.y 2. KI22. innnnono "-.n." for the lil
NOTE HEADS # Apr,, 1 I. to ham. -----W-ALDBaMANl1.al- Sail) eunnty bond ant to I.\ dated January CONirKUCTINIi AND KNUAKIilNA:
I. I'li'i.\ and ... to li* In denomination of of the Wat.rwnrk and Kleetrl IJphPlant /
rin-iilt Court. .
each, end .. to br Inlorent attho
11.00000 *
of the fawn of Furl.. .
WINDOW CARDS (Sc.., B.. C. A. KNIGHT.ttoputr rate ofa) Her. cent pr annum "...101. fltarke.
Cl.rk. m.anntially.| on January let and July lit
of raah with !r-t ouponn attanhwlTh II. It rurthor. ordered. that the pnlfe shall
FINANCIAL, irrATicMitNir or COUiii'TY prlMlpal and lnt re.l of *al>l bond ar* b. opened fur vottnir and glued In a..C4.nt.n..
SHIPPING TAGS FUNDS at the banklntf of th* Ilnov.r with. the K aral lawa of the State of rk>,.
Monthly flnanrlal .t..nt of Rrailford Biyahl Bank in the CIIhour."d StaU of N.. lila
County, for tho month nt March 1922. Took.TA.. I). It furtlwr onlaiiUNl that P. A. SwAI and
I Brian. Marsh. 1. 1122 ._. ._..._.._.1.H1 MRMiilpU fiSO.OOO 00. or any portion th.rof Dot I- hereby appolnUd hwiMctfra I and T. NL
I / during month .-.._ ... _.. 207.7 9 than *200 000) ,no. and th, prln.lpal of laidbonda Kendrick hereby appolnuid. Clark of KlMtlo: .
.Warrant I..oed . __ .. 67Balano 1 6 ahall ho due' and payabl. In *.rl<>* from to conduct the aaM uUMtlon. lo aMirilan with.
I April I. 1922 -."_____..__-....IOOft.OIl ".. tn thirty ..*... mpMtlv.ly from dat.thvrrof. tha r.gdr.m.nta,' of the .....,.. law of tile
I I nit and ..ri..t.. .. FaadIlnlane and to bo .bau* Manh I. 1922 .--.". .......12.15.89f. b. aept,*d up to two o'.lo.M p. m. on TUMI. H. It furth.r ord.la.... that a RrMlal M_
.,*r.l-1.| dn-lnw. month ._u.___.___ day the mol day of May. I92X. All hl.ld.r Inc of tho Town Council ua and the tams .laluraby
Warrant luuod. _..._-_ .. _.._.....__ 1N801 aro miulrad I to d.poalt' with C. A. Fatah a* tailed to bo held on Ux 2txt day of
B.I.... April I, 1922 .. .__._ .____..1010114 eenrtary of alit, board of bond truatoM. at Jun*. A. I). IVl'l, at tho hour of Cltfht o'.k> ..
Ned ..... Htark. Florida, a .rtln.rl ahMik pal to ann I'. ..., without further _tIM to tho nwo
Rnlano Mirth. 1. 1922 __......... _.. 3011 M par ent of amount of bid. mod chock to b* hors uf the Town Connell for the purpoo of
I .___. 3S9 52 payable to the told board of bond truatoa of canvaiuln the rotama of cold .l..tu>n anddMlarinv
I I WW.rrn.nd4.ueadb ..n..._____---. a' *.M Brail ford bunt.. no...... the naolt thereof and to t......,
fI.I..... April I. 1922 -.--.--......... 3(58.62( All bidder. hll ipMlfy th* amount and any other biulntaa that may aoax bafora tao
Oatal.f4la Faad wile..aid. bond bid for, and the tlm.within tounell i11B
e I 11.1...* Manh 1, 1922 __.._...,_...- 37/..S1KM. which. th. bid..... will comply with. th* IT FURTHER: ORDAINED that nAlaa
pU during month -_-..___.-. t.rm. thviwof. aft r notle I* vlv...i. by t... of said ......tlOD hall. be nlvra, whleb aollaa
Warrant .imfartl ......._.___ ........1') of old board of bond truator* that shall conalat' of UM rublUailon of thlo ordVnanao
: Ilalane April I. 1922 ...__........_.. 311.83 drllvory of the bond eon be mad. In a nvwapapor pabllahvd" In aid, Town
....,.... .... C.rtlfJ cluck abov .nforr..l to .U ta b* nf fltarko, thirty da a prior to dam of fatlon -
Bradford Kalanoo Marah 1. 1922 -...___-..... 12090 d.polud aa n aturant. of full ompllan and I It atoll 'havo tho woribi: pruerdtnv ita
Itoeolpt during month ............-- I.50Warrant with the bid .ubmltt.d. and In IS. ovnt of follow. i "HpMilal ClMtlon: Nolle.
bwd ... 100.00R.lsnc. th. a *April 1. 1922--?._._-.-._..--..-.--..- 24.40 the" cart of th* bidoWr to amply with th.Urm hall bo In full for... and . Widow. rn.... ..... thereof old hMh. shall b* onlurd Ur Ita ,,_... and approval.DoWlTF.
Italanr Much I. 1922 .....__-_..__. 871.42R.o.ipa a* llauldatd dm* o* and b* retained by la. i II 'ONK.S.
during month .. aid board of bond trat***. I'mil<.nt of the CouiwilAttmt .
'b- Warrant trod ._. .-------..._ 0.0fl said. *o nty bond are to b* .*.'*.. nnd ff :
County Balaae April I. 1922 _.__._____..._.. 291.42Aarle.it.rd Chap 8822 of the 8_'.' Arts of 1921 of C. A. rurcif.Town. .
...n'11.I.n. the' .tat. of Florid' and .1..1....* held t.....- Cl rk.Adopts .
.. Mink I, 19.U __ .._ 5955ftoewlpl un.... autharlln th. .*...., and to b* lu..d by unanfmoua vote of the Town ,
during: month '..". -,. -.. __-.-.. 1181Wrrnta for th'* purpo of vradln .nd bard aurfaertain rountll. the 22nd day of M...... A. l> IVJJ.:
.d ._ _. _.. !inr !>ubll. nods and Improving and O. A. rUTCH.KKAL .
iMiu -._-- .-_._-_* 70.HOApril a-raillna' othr piabll. roada of Bradford ooun ( ) Town Clor" *.
... 1922
B.I. April I, --- day ..
ty. Florlila.Said Appmvnl: by mo thla the 2MIII of M.- .
I. 1IU2. board of Bond Truato) ....... th* A. p. IWt.
1 elegraph Bradford County.Btato rlirht to reject soy .-" ." ,t'i.! L. A. DAVIS JR.33ICK2 .
of Florida. fly outs of th* said Board of Bond !Mayor..
I h.r.ty ortlfy that 18. f.ruining ilatomantHabitual Ua of Bedford County. ....rII.. T..I

comitlpanon cured; Chairman Board of Bond Truat***. iSo Worm in a Healthy Child

'In 14 toil: Days AI...C..i A. FUTCH AU chUilrna tmuhlod with Worm Ewe aa nu-

FLORIDA LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a .prclallyvrt S.*retary. of Board of hand T.......4.Bradford valiliy color which lodlcataa parr Maud and ta arule

STARKE, eared Syrup Tonic-Luxs'Jve! for rUbltuaotistipBtlon. County. Florida.cMU __ there.. more or .kit Montarh dliturbanca.GKOVC3 t
TA3TKU38 CHILL. TUNIC nlwn regularly
-- It relieves promptly but! Ufwara ',.&e"' .. tateNatatsIBaIByant. fnr two or three wok will ork.-b: the hkiud.Improve .
:jbui.-ld' M taken regularly for 14 to 21 lisp i ha dldeetloo.and act a*a imwral.S-

to Induce regular, action. It StimwateaJUt "" jn.ry bparlfrbMl dad's ,nln( Tnnlctoth. whole .r."' r>. Nctomwllltheo
:.lc iu'a.t>*. Very Ftoannnt toTak> 60tli k'hlni! the blood. You an non. tout)U ttrenrtI throw. off or dUuul tho worm,ami Ih..C.bU.I..III.. .boluwrfoLlb
I bottle. '. '... 43vloraUiul CfTmt Poke ear ....*... Pleasant luu ....',50...jrb<'lUa


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-',. j; j L: Day," says, "The general use of tobacco 1 n'r: ;: : ::' : :; :: ;: -" -j.'t' :>>:".: It ",0:'" : ; ::1t\O"'Il\ j4 ; 'ti: by man and women from jouti1' :'

generation after xe.norili i >n, .-. I
: r : contributing, to uniniHtukaMe! ili'-cu-1 I
: k
; County News l erocy.serving" politicians Here and, there with no other Itl'n til1w-1 rr I

statesmanship \vhuto\er und' com | I
: CC -- : plotcly] in ignorance of, the economies I I

j l' Interesting facts Gathered During the .Wsei by Our J involved, arc making preparat lII1ItJf"'n-j i "

Regular Correoporulenis.MILLER : the purpose of (gorging their political )It

.1 __ -_ ambitions.
t \";'------.J** :.-. -.-.. i ... I in in... --I .-' Is them no danger? That was s-iid. '' ,
" of the prohibition movement only .a
I' M. Geiger, of Waldo, was transiting 4
before it became an actual-
I few years
/ business here this week.
I. : I Miller, April 28.O.. L. Mizolla and! Mrs. Matt Hall, of Theressa, wax ity. It 10 ;years ago any group of
men had said that a great industry ;
l !: }I eon, Leroy, of Lake Butler, and N. H. hopping in town Saturday. billions of dollars imestmcnt t- '
Stores attended the meeting of the Mrs Purnell, of Jacksonville, is Suiting involving/ ;
i I and giving! employment to millions ;
t'' officers. of the Farm Loan Association\ relative and friends! here.
f I Mr. and Mrs. Qswell Roberts, of of peopletvhile affording a \meat
at Gainesville Monday. I \ S
I. should he ,
I \ market for farm products,
Lake Cruder, wenguests/ of his cousin -
Brown attended
:; Wilbur and cutting off
I utterly destroyed, not only I
In Lnka Butler Saturday j Mrs. L. II. liedenbuugh, Sunday. .
:+ tha of vast revenue from th
f 4 a source
I from the dry
I If.-impton is suffering/
;1,1 I'Illlht. but likewise!
| wealhcr/ but tho farmers are still treasury department add-j
i 11'+ The many friends of Mra. J. M. !'busv shipping! berries and vegetables. ing millions of dollars expense to m
Mott are glad to know that she I'll such proposal would have
ernmenf, a
I They claim that they still need good
:) rapidly recovering from an operationfor I been derided.
I roads about ns much us they do rain. I ,
appendicitis in a Jacksonville host Yet precisely thAt was done, under
Jcnevieve Davis of Williston
Miss ,
t pital. / the of moral movement. And, ,
i(4( guise a
IH the /guest of her uncle and aunt, .
a Inman Harrison, Worthington, Mr. find Mrs. W. S. Futch. the country is today feeling! / very I j

passed through here Friday enroute to The Christian Endeavor entertained acutely the effect of the economic Hirlt- I
Kt. White. of the proposition in the uncmploy-
( .
at tho parsonage last Friday evening.The
business meat situation, the low price of farm I
1 Donzil I Thomas! made a trip rooms were beautifully decorated : 4
products, the growing! / expense of IfOI \'- j
r to Luke Butler Saturday with roses and nasturtiums. The social I
r Everyone invited to attend rhurch was chaperoned by A. A. Futch, eminent and the difficulty experiencedin 1
1' lit Ft. Cull Sunday lit eleven o'c1ock.// Mrs. A. A. Futch, Mrs.! J. Allen and I securing adequate revenue for .t.h"j

t., Mr. and! Mrs. Roland Thomas were I !Mrs. J. F. Johnson I government.. In addition to this ,

I the guests of Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Joy. Those present were May and Evelyn, is the growing cjiasalislaction with I

I nor Sunday. I Jones, Emma Johnson, Estelle Hobby, government and the growing social )
Dr. Ket'ber King, of Lake Butler, unrent--all contributed to
/ Julia Maxwell, Corine Wheeler, Elizabeth 1
l } visitor here Satur ly by the legislation which BUbstantlul-j .
I was a professional I Wheeler/ Bculah Wheeler, Jes-
bn moral ,
ed grounds
day. ,j sie Williams, :Margie Houscr, Daisy
Strand of BronHon, was! the Now tobacco is spotted. There was !
Roy Moore, Inez Johns and Myrtle Hugun/ ,
i of Miss Elsie Stokcn Sunday. a time when one prime purpose of
t guest of Jacksonville; Messrs. Fred Dove,
+ i Talmndge and J. C. lilulr and sisjv Edd: / Baxter, W. O. Duval, Cecil Moore government was to encourage industry -

%f "I\ tern, Misses Mabel, Nitu. and Edna, Angus Hall, Jr., Russell Dyal, Dennis I and the profitable employment of .
attended church at Providence Sun Brannen, Charlie Johnson, and Edwin I its citizens. The tobacco industry of :, .'
day. Wheeler. l\tho United States ia not only the one

b ( Murray Thomas! made a business! Delicious refreshments were served industry! that it monopolizes throughout '' I

.J t trip to Worthington Saturday after. I at the close! of the evening.Rev. the world, but is in its financial
and in the number of it
aspect! people
> noon. Burke, of Waldo, will preachat I
t .- i J. L. Brown wan in Lake Butler on I the Methodist church next Sunday, employs, directly and Indirectly, one ,I
J business Saturday. of the first five industries of America I
morning and evening. An organized
4\ I I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene .Shnllur, of choir of children from Waldo will be It contributes a living to thousands of ;

"? 1 Dukes, passed through here Sunday present to assist in the Ringing. Everybody tobacco growers in great areas of the
nation which because of soil and cli- ,
I nrouto to Providence.
f invited to be present.Mr. .
.II' !,J; Herman Wells! of Gainesville, visited Simmons of Starke, was visiting matic conditions lend themselves peculiarly -i
: friends inthis community Sunday. friends here Tuesday.Mrs. to such a crop. It likewise
.1 W. O. Brooks, of Providence, was C. P. contributes a living to hundreds! of
Sasser and daughter;,I the address
+ here on business recently. Clara May, of Vnldosta! Ga., were the i'thousands! of workers in the various Look] at stamp
Seeber Stokes visited friends in factories and warehouses, to any nothIng >>
guests of !Mrs. Sasser's! father, P. B.
" '.. Lake Butler Saturday. Hunt, this week. of merchants, salesmen, etc. In ed on this copy of you r i
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Bennett, of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jackson and. all of these respects, it stands close to

Wand, visited the latter's brother, B. Mrs. Cinlwell have us their guests this cotton and corn. And it is the remaining Telegraph. If after

. I E.! Brown, Sunday. week, Misses Elizabeth and Caulug / principal source of rtv nuo, your
'' .j' Mr. Anti Mrs. Math Douirlim visited of from the internal revenue sources a
, Douglass, Macnn, Ga. r:
,: i relatives at Providence Sunday I Mrs.! A. M. Williams! and dauirhter. I I The ht-thinkini: reformers want r+ name appears 1 May-

\ I j Roy Strand/ of Bronacon and, Herman I Eva May, have been visitors to the to destroy this industry and the happiness ; "

{\'I I Wills, of Gainesville, MinBea Elsie I county !seat recently. and prosperity it affords to a 22, it means that yoursubscription

: r Stokes and Grcttin Thomas attended Mr; Swnils and family, of Maciyi, tremendous population. They think
r "f the sing at Snrdis Sunday atI Ga., Mr. nnd Mrs J. II. Saxon, P. B. only In. terms of morality according to a expires May

; I I, ternoon. Hunt and family, Mr. Hemingway, their jwn vxed standards. They give a
Carl Brown visited! friends at Ft.: ,!Mrs. C. P. Sa st'rInti daughter/ Clara I no thought whatever to tho wretchedness ,
White Friday night. I May, enjoyed a basket picnic and fish and misery that must always! follow !- 1 i 1922, and that it is
the striking down of a j"r.'llt in
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f Tn Elms .\ Mrs. G W. Hicks was a recent visitor dustry. They do not use tobacco themselves time to send us remittance .
I therefore it is immoral ('j.j,
i -:-- to Waldo. ; highly

Theressii! April :23.! -W. W. Pack-I S. U. SwlmU'1, of Theressa, was n and injurious for anyone else to use! for renewal of sub- ,,
I I ham, H. I B. Mciorer" and Jim. Phillips business visitor here this week. it, your

motored to Pnlatka Wednesday.Mrs. ,! I Mrs. Mary E. Hunter visited her If tobacco prohibition is forced upon

M. Hall and. son, Calvin, were I mother, Mrs. Thigpen, of Gainesville the country-and thero is n vicious scription.
''. visitors to Waldo Thursday. Sunday. and malignant minority seeking accomplish ;

.las. Phillips, Sr., wns attending to( D. W. !Moore, of Theressa, was a I that-the baleful effects following ..- -
I business' in Hampton Wednesday.We business visito rhere this week. the adoption of the Eighteenth :t tI

I are sorry to report Miss Florence R. J. Humphreys, who has been em- amendment are noting in comparison!
I Hall on the sick list this week. ployed as third trick operator in the to what will follow. In addition to I

Mr. and Mrs. Tally Bryant are the telegraph office here, left Friday for destroying a great productive indus

proud parents! of a baby girl, born Tampa, where he has accepted a position -. try which contributes enormously to
the Iftth inst. in the office there. the employmnct and happiness of tha

.. Joe Phillip was attending to business Ellery Gunter, of Alachua county, republic, it will be necessary to spend
in Hampton Thursday. was a business visitor1 here this week. hundreds of millions of dollars an-
''r Mrs. M. Hall attended. the funeral nually in the futile attempt to enforce
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of her niece Saturday' at Orange HIGHLAND such a law.

Height, The reformers will have succeededin .
W. T. Wallace and J. H. Allen were Highland, April 28-Miss Ella Mnrr creating additiopal millions of lawbreakers

attending: to business in Hampton on I of Starke, spent Friday here with rel and criminals, as has been
Saturday. atives. I the case with prohibition, and not one

Mills 'Hodia Croft left Friday for Mrs. Lizzie Austin and children, of I single case of genuine temperance or
her homo in Lulu, after visiting Miss! Jacksonville! returned to their home reform will have been accomplished.
1 Florence Hall for the past week. Saturday after a visit here with rela- The country will not only be decisivelyworse

R. C. Heiberger and son, Eugene, tives.F. than before, but it will be vastly

of Brooklyn, attended services at the A. Sanders, of Waldo, spent Sun poorer in the way of business and

+.; Baptist church here Sunday. night. I day here the guest of II. C. Wimberlyand Income.

Rev. Jones! of lake. City, filled his family. And yet the men who pone as statesmen

appointment at the Baptist church J. I. Marr vas a visitor to Maxvillo -to whom we must look for guidance -
I Saturday and Sunday:; preaching four Sunday. in our political affairs, cowardlyand

interesting sermons to large congregations. Mr. and) Mrs. Leslie Griffis spent the traitorously lend encouragement|''

t4 week-end with relatives at Maxville. to such a movement! Impractical reform -
j II. E. Moorer wn attending to business Friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinsin and hypocritical morality is costing

s. in Palatka Monday. will regret to learn of the con- this republic terrifically!-Tampa
A. L. Bennett was a visitor over to : tinued illness of their'youngest daughter Tribune.

+! Hampton Saturday. Kate, and wish her a speedy re
\ Mrs. J, I II. Moore, of Starke, visited ; covery.
; relatives! here Saturday and Sunday. I G. H. Barker, of South Jacksonville WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS

Arthur Moorer und Willis Swindel spent Tuesday here with friends. and YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED

were visitors to Brooklyn Sunday af left the same day for Meredith for a AT OFFICE OF DELIVERYThe
ternoon. stay of several days. H. C. WimberlyJr.
Mrs. Billy Brown and Gertie Swin ., accompanied him to Meredith. 4t .
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del were shopping, in Hampton Thurs.HA111'Y Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Parker had as Dead Letter Office has been IB ; ,:
...-... ...OOftw., ...._.. I guests Sunday, Mr. and M3. TcU-:: existence ever since nOn Fmokllnl I
and Mrs. Wager Jacksonville. started our pnstnl service. Even tnen I ,
people addressed mull to Mr. Eneltlel
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I' Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Griffin were 8 ml them, "Atlantic Coast," and expected '
visitors to Jacksonville Monday. Den to know just where Zeke ,
Hampton, April 28.-H. B. Wigginsof lived. I I
Starke, was looking after business DOWN WITH THESE TRAITORS Perhaps they had Zeke's address In

here this week. | letters np In the !garret, maybe a chest
e Mrs II. B. Peeples has as her guest, Those who think there Is no forcein full of 'em, but then It was easier to
Miss Louise Rowe, of South Jackson the tobacco prohibition movement let Den hunt Zeke Today people are
should addressing letters to John Smith New
look about th..na bit. The
ville.M. York N. T., or Chicago, 111., thinking
II. Roberts, of Hahirn, Ga., Isl' forces that make for good 1, that are Cncle Sam can locate him. wTilrli Is
the guest of his sister, Mrs. Herbert determined to save humanity according Just as Incomplete as wa. Zeke's ad-

Peeples.M. to their own bigoted standards! dress of jore. The PottoNIc Department .,
l' V. Knott, state claim agent for 'regardless of individual liberty or of asks you to put the number and <.
the G. S. & F. railroad, was looking economic considerations, are already street In the addrei It help you.
i after business here this week. gaining the co-operation of cowardlyand

!. E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs, political agents. Always look twice before crossing;

,: k' was transacting business here this Governor !McRae, of Arkansas, In a street lest some speeder rams you
' week. proclaiming March "No '!
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