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: May 5, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:02123
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."' tubhshcd 1879. Subscription-i'cr Year $2.00; Six Months :SI .00,-l'iyube! in Advance E. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor.

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-- I 1'IL91!) PERCENT OF PAR I I "
i L\IMS RATES ANI SERVICE DON'OT EXPERIMENTS: :; IIEINC<<: CONIH'CT-! First iritdt --:Margaret Brown! Mildred MOST:; 1 1'1-:1110-1'111:; : ;;(; r\SES; YEP NICHOLS PLACED ON: TIM.M, FOK f x;

'. DISCRIMINATE: AGAINST ED A1' LANCiLEY FIELD VA.. ] Bradford county will now take rank Grillis. ] TO BE Tlmm-ll.\I1I; ;; JL'KY ATTACK ON DeL.VND J A\OMAN 1 .

THIS SECTION AS ALLEGED BY FEDERAL! COMMISSION: : among the more progressive countiesof II Second Grade B---Mary: [ llrownleo, DELIVERS: I'IS;: "; r.MKNT I LAST DKCK.MllF.ltDoLiind ;:.

I the state. Patsy Brinson Marie Brmvn John l

Washington April 27. Florida'ttnwberry i Aeronautical problems which have!' Last full] the citizens. of tho county I Inmati. Miss Olive Kay{ teacher | The .spring/ term;: ; inc circuit court i + May I I.--Aubrey Lei Nichols ", -"

growers and the Florida ,, batTled the best minds of the scientific II i voted a good roads bond issue of $550-: Third Gradu--Alice )Fernandez Betty for Bradford county convened Monday young white man, ploudi-'d< guilty ;:..

State Railroad Commission have not world are being/ solved 1 with marked' 000 by a majority of about 8 to 1. In I McLane, Hazel. Adkins, Louise :May 1st in Starke. lion. A. to n charge' of rape in circuit court '

lUKtified their complaints! against tho 1( success through experiments in the November they elected a board of : Howe St. Elmo Struth, Evelyn Stump Long! is the presiding! judge) A. V'I S. hero this afternoon anti wan Hcntcnccd( I I

express companies that rates and con- I laboratories at Langley Field, Va., under -II bond trustees! to have charge of the Maurice Morgan: Ethnlin White, Jul i Crows, KH;; <\I., the state attorney \\'. J.I' by Judge Perkins to ho hanged.XUhoIs t J .'

ditions of service are maintained that the direction of the national advisory bond issue and tho construction of the Inn I'e'k. Jr., Joe Brown Merrill Kpperson: sheriff G.V.. Aldorman, was placed on trial this .

discriminate against that territoryand commission for aeronautic, J. roads. The trustees began at once to \Villiams.. Miss\ l Evelyn Domareo, I clerk of .court and O. A. Knight, deputy morning' soil
in favor of Alabama and Louisiana A. Ames chairman of the executive take necessary legal steps to issue teacher clerk. charge growing out of his attack on f!

according to an interstate com- committee declared in an address at and sell the bonds. Fourth Grade ]Thelnui/ Silcox, Most of the forenoon was consumedin a woman here in Ilocomht'r last. Later y ,

merce commission examiner who fileda the! concluding session of the National At their regular monthly meeting/ Wilson Hayes, Eloise Ritch. getting up the juries-discharging. changed l his plea. .Date, for the +

tentative report today with the com Academy of Sciences. Tuesday May 2, the trustees received Fourth Grade1 .V-Li-ilu Don Andrews each jurymen irs had lawful excuses execution Is to be sot by tho gover 1?

mission after hearing the evidence. There are three outstanding prob.lems bids for the bonds. There were nine Vivian Kite, ]Dora !Manning and getting new venires to !fill their nor "''I> J i
recommended that the Tho and best bid was Miss Marguerite :Sh: river teacher. The attack occurred In the aft r.
The examiner 1 in aeronautics Dr. Ames said, bidders. highest places.' The juries as corn-plotpd! consisted I
complaints be dismissed and if his : those Involvingthe discovery of a substitute made by Ulnnthet Thornburgh & Fifth Or ado-June Bullen, Julia of this following/ well known noon during tho absence of tho wom .It' ,'i

suggestion Is accepted by the commission for the gasoline engine deter : Vandcrsall of Toledo, Ohio being !00 : Cunovn Iris Brown. Miss I Eva Barrel, citizens" : an's hll"I>lIn,1. Nichols! posing as n '

it will constitute the final settlement mination of the t-rmpu and l section ofa i per cent of par plus $100. The total teacher tiriiml: Jury plumber' gained entrance to this, house ''1 'I ,'

of the case. wing which will improve tho performance ) I amount of the bid was $511,600( for the Sixth ft radii Lucile Johns, Elizabeth : Jackson R. Duvi.s. P. E.; Johns I L. and while the woman was in the act 'I'I) I.. ,

The tentative report held that the of an airplane nnd the replacement $550,000: worth of bonds. This bid Andrews, liuth Stornborg Beatrice M. Murrhce, T. II. Pinholstor, J. 1 H.I of showing him the brokenllxtures In .
and it is expected that Howe, Junior McDonald" Merrill I the bath room ho seized her. Shu was ; rl
rates were justifiable and that r'g'ulations of tho ordinary experi- was accepted Baxter. A. M. Blanrhard, W. II. Hull .
and rules imposed by the express ments on models] of airplanes or their the money will shortly ho in the hands' Struth Alice Patteo. C. It. Sapp I Geo. \\'. Burney l F:. M. ('nl..nnn. I II.! 1. badly wounded and lay In u critical .J d): (

companies on the perishablefruit parts by a method diving: complete of the trustees! and that work on a system : teacher. Alderman, Oh.is.. It. Cooper John A. uondition fur several days.
information full-sized of good rends in the county will Seventh Grltclo-GuK :M.io Bennett I Nichols escaped' and was nrrostod a t a 1
were justified.The concerning ma- Ellington' John W. (Griflis; \. IL.! Wilson .
Interstate commerce commis- chines. begin in the very near. future. Kdna Manning. Miss l Eva Powell, Truby L. \Vainwright U. D. DyulJ. I few months later at Jacksonville whenho -t".
pawn several ;
to piecesof
sion today through: W. V. Hardie director One result of the experiments, Dr. The system of road as mapped out( ; teacher II. Rainey, W. R. Warren. attempted \ v: I
]Docketed! hi tho Jacksonville
of traffic addressed the following Ames explained is the modification of includes a hard surface road running Eighth GradeRoy; Grillls; Freeman Petit JuryJ jowolry.

: letter to Senators Fletcher and the Liberty engine which will enable north and south the entire ]length of Johns, Theinn! Snellgrove, Lois K. (demons Holt.on Carter Clu-s-" jail us a suspicious character hoconfessed .J

Trammell of Florida Harris of Georgia it to function by an injection of .oil. the county, and the improvement of Edwards Vamli Williams. Katie ]Belle Icy Fogg/ Edward:, II. Johns A. ..1.Cuwllrt. that he was the one wanted <":p', ;

and other Southern senators regarding This is done by increasing the size of about 100 miles of lateral roads reaching Green, Mildred\[ Cooper. Mrs. BessioMcGruder J. V. 1-Mwurds: i S. .1, Norman in ]DuLand. Owing/ to the high fuelIng w
I over) the affair at the time it was ,
/ reduced rates on watermelons the piston in order to produce a suitable out into all sections of the county. toucher.SCHOOL \V. L. 'I'homlls.V.. J. Johns, II. Austin ,deemed bent to keep Nichols in tho '(f.
and cantaloupes in the so-called 10 compression. Air is then admitted Other bids: received at the offering --- ---- ---- Jesse Forsytli H. I D. Wnmlin., J.
!Duval 1 county jail. Ho was broughtlie ,
per cent temporary reduction on farm rapidly compressed, thus raising: the Tuesday were as follows: SANITA- ': The grand" jury' hail finished its doi re to stand trial last night under '

products which the carriers throughout temperature sufficiently to ignite tho Sidney Spit ,'r & Co., of Toledo), i liberations by Tuesday afternoon 'and heavy gimrd.SUPREME. "

the country generally: effected the oil which is admitted as a jet. The Ohio bid No. 1 : For $213,000 of the was discharged.! 'rh,. following\ pro" ,

first part of this! year, carriers server advantages derived from this modification bonds 218875. Bid 1 No. 2: For the TION CAUSE OF I sontmont. was submitted: 'I '

the 'southeast did for some reason I it was said were smaller entire issue, 55,555: subject to mu- | Grand; Jury I'ri'Hcntmerit I COURT ;

decline to extend this reduction to 1- weight of oil requirements! and small tually satisfactory depository condi To the !lion. A. V. Iiimg, Judge" of mid

watermelons, or cantaloupes. On cost and diminution of fire risk. tions. Bid No. ;:1: For the entire issue CHILD DEATHSLAXITY court::

behalf of the growers throughout the Dr. Ames further declared that Investigation $532r>00 without conditions. | Wo, tho grand jury, .wish to thank RULES LABELS .

southeastern territory a number of concerning airplane wings I'rudon & Co., Toledo] Ohio bid No. I ___ I iyour honor for the! ninny cnllrleSi'Hshown r I
letters we-o( addressed to the commis-! had resulted in the development of a I us in
general churirc and
I : For $210,000 of tho issue, $2'.rl I OF IM'LKS |Imn.\lml nIm.rll your / I
ii' n by shippers: senators and mem- wing which offered marked advantageover delivery otherwise! during TRUTH
| payable as follows: $'J9,!>13 nt II\NiKKOl'S: ; ; our dolihi-rnlionN f
h. rs of congress wherein the commis- all now In use, both aerodynamically of bonds> $10,000 In S months, WARNINGS ISSt'KD: | a ml fur tho nhlo and! excellent charge STATIC \
to take immediu and structurally and, that under '
'M"I was importuned $10.000 in 10 months $10,000 in 12 I your honor !gave UK us a !guide fur our ;
, < steps seeking to induce the Southern tho dil'ectlOlof the committee, the :; for the deliberations.TVo MUSI'" CI.KRI.Y AND DEFINITELY :
months. Bid 1 No. 2: .r)00,000
The health l r authorities i in the nation's I j !'
) (urriers to, establish' on both wn- Newport News Shipbuilding Companyhad entire issue payable $110,000( ( at delivery hove Mounded also desire to thank tlm Hon. A. nrs'JII1JoTlml; : \I.H "
capital 11 warning
< nelons, and cantaloupes the same 1 just completed a large\ steel tank of; bonds and depository 1 conditions (1 i- S. Crown fnr lie able nsHlittanco rendered I L'sun: IN :.M\iTF.\rriTRE I 1r. /
to all school nulliorilies i
jcileral reductions which had, been nc- or wind funnel which was believed to covering a period of 21 months. 1 condition everywhereregarding in the I us during our ilulibcratloiiH in __ ._ r. '1"I

. poled. to other products of the farm. be the ]largest: in the world in whichare G. B., Sawyer Company Jacksonville insanitary the examination! of witnesMen find In I Laboln or brands tinder which articles l.r

"The final result has been that practically to bo tested in the future model bid No.1 : For the entire issue, schools vitality statistics Knsiiig: ,this the wllrllinlUI'OI1 Washington\ '( I tlm preparation of indictments and ,I are snlil, when open (to, ronHlruo- I'' ,

all of the rates on watermelons of airplanes and their parts. All thebalances .31,000.:. ) ). Bid, No. 2: For $210,000) of health office (quote!* reliablu figures to thn expeditious! : manner In which ho thin in the mind of the purchasing ." t

and cantaloupes throughout the South and apparatus in this! tunnel the issue $215,213.: the contention that the death I i-nabled' us to dispose' of the business I public Hint they m-ribo the compon- :

will be reduced along with tho other he said, work automatically and Steiner Bros., Birmingham, Ala: I rate prove in school children is largely affected ,before u.s.We rut Ingredient .or material raid, in tha II

farm products. The schedules have, readings are taken through small win. $200.000 for $200,000 of the issue. I by school conditions. desire also to thank all other manufacture of the articles, must. dcfl- l', .

for the most part, already been filedto dows. The results obtained throughthis / Culdwell & Company Nashville, Tho mortality tables of the United court officials! for the many courtesies nitely and clearly< descriliu them the

become effective April 27. The tem- new apparatus he further declared .shown un during deliberations. Court held, in delivered ,
Tenn., for the entire Issue, $:;!il,20.:; States... show that tho death rate of our Supremo an opinion '
porary reductions on watermelons] and would open' up an entirely new payable as follows: $250,000 at delivery children decreases rapidly, from tho While wo regret to report that there by Justice IlrandvU In u cane 1 ,

cantaloupes and other farm product I field in aerudvnmnicx. $:;0.000 per month for six ago of one year, in which it is very U some crime continually /going: on In brought by the I-Viloral tradu commission ?: t t
will expire with June 39( of this year nine months after our county still we lire glad to report agninHt the Winstuad, Hosiery .lJ
I' months, beginning\ / ; high, to the ago of five und, six, whenit I ,
and therefore will take care of a part I'MORGAN WILLCONFER delivery of bonds.ROKenllteil. becomes very low. The child ut that from general! appearances, and Company of Connecticut

only of this year's crop..I do not know Ellis & Co, Cincinnati, these ages enters school, and the mor- I tho number of crimes bl'inloIhtht, that The opinion of the court while! confined -

that carriers have given any consid- Ohio $96.10 and accrued interest to I' tality rate immediately! increases until crime seems to bo on the decline in \ to the particular issue presented ; .

eration of the question of continuing: 'WITHCOMMISSION date of delivery, payable as follows: : tho age of 12 is renihed. At this I our county and that the people in will it Is stated have material effectin 1

the 10 per cent reductions after June $200,000 at delivery balance In monthly age the death rate almost equals that /general appear to bo looking forward broadening t this jurisdiction, of this j

30. Evidence has been submitted, payments beginning March 1, 1923 of tho child l one year old. to better times! and not trying to go Federal trade comminsiim in such

however on this subject in the general I 1 nnd ending July 1, 1023. This waste of life, health experts backward and arc trying to bring our trade practices. Explaining that tho '

Investigation now pending and J. C. Mayor & Co., Cincinnati Ohio, explain could be reduced lill() per cent, county to the front to be among the Winstend. company for many yeari )

the question of future rates will bo $5(>2,000 for the entire issue, with depository which would Increase the average best In the state. \VV iittribufe eonHlifernblo hud manufactured, underwear! fur this )I

given consideration by the commission conditions covering a period of this" uplift to the vigilant retail trade bearing tho 'brniid "natur
which M
of life of an American
in that case. It Is hoped that decision WILL DISCUSS FEASIBILITY: OF I of 27 months payments to bl made I span 38 to possibly 1S or 50y"IU' ( efforts of our ublu sheriff and his nl merino, gray\ wool, natural wool '
will be reached in time to permit adjustments GERMAN LOAN FLOTATION only as work U completed.J. .. The Increase in the death rate '!splendid, deputies, in their activities' in natural worsted, of Australian wool" ,
In rates prior to July 1. If IN TIIICOl"STUV: trying to suppress crime! in our) coun- Justice Itrandols declared 1 nono of this
L. Arlitt Austin Texas, bid no. from tho time tile child enters school I
decision in that case Is not reached ty. We. also wish to commend them underwear in nil wool but "much of It f I
$100 for the entire Is- is nttiiliutable to Hchool] lifo or group 1.1
I $90.1
per "
prior to July 1, it will be the purpose J. P. Morgan has announced his acceptance jin their untiring efforts in trying to contains only a small percentage of ,
: : for the .
2 $541385.05
Bid no. : association.Some
of the undersigned: to handle with carriers I of the allied reparation com sue. I I I suppress' the illicit distilling and, sale wool, "soma 11 H little. as 10 per cent. !
: at
entire issue payable $250,000 of the conditions
informally with a view to mission's invitation to become n member i I i nf Intoxicants In our county. "In this rimiioctnn! ," ho said "con.
and depository conditions on in children's diHuascs spreading
ing action which will\] secur-I of the committee which will consider I Respectfully submitted' tention that thoVlnlit'nol labels, particularly
balance covering a period of 10 the schools are named as overcrowding 1 '
the present flotation of an international JACKSON R. DAVIS. that bearing the word merino i
present rates throughout lie will sail for Europe months Bid No. 3: For the entire Issue :, lack of playground, space, poor I 1 !
for Germany. Foreman. have long been used! in the trade ,
shipping season. $53(3,141.21:; ( payable $250,000 at plumbing, inefficient heating, bad 1 ventilation -
--- about the middle of :May. Tho following true bills were foundby the. court could not accept the contention
and conditions on insanitary drinking fountainsand t
BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINEach : Mr. Morgan indicated that the pro- delivery depository the /grand jury. that they are! generally underItoed
covering period of 11 insufficient care in ]looking after r
posed loan to Germany would 1 be a the balance a State vs Jesse CMirm assault with at indicating, good.s partly of
children with contagious disease for +
part of the church service is popular loan to which the people of months.All Intent to murder; plead not guilty. colton"
of the bids provided for the sufficient length of time.
important as an act of worship. It the United States enl other allied a State vs Scott Hasscll breaking/ and lie declared it "unsound" asserting/ 'ti _
of the accrued Interest to the '
was Phillips Brooks the famous Boston countries would be asked to subscribe. payment 1 CANDIDATES entering; plead guilty. On account of that the labels in question are literally
"Rule terms and on good securityhe trustees. INFORMATION) FOR :: the defendant's he dis.chorged those which bear
preacher who said In his With !good youth was false und except

lectures" "You can never make a sermon said, he believed such a loan couldbe The bid that was accepted carriesno I after receiving a severe rep.rlmand the word "merino" are palpably so.
conditions but will make the full To have theirappear on
what it ought to be if you con. placed. election from the judge. All are calculated to, deceive Justice i+ ,
of ; available to the official ballot for the primary
sider it alone. The service that accompanies Mr. Morgan declined to estimate amount State vs Drew Francis Alvarez, indictment Brandels added, and do In fact deceive i
trustees at the delivery of the bonds. June 6th candidates must file their applications -
it, the prayer and praise, what amount of German bonds couldbe circuit for grand larceny; pleadednot a substantial portion of the purchasing
f the
much The trustees will place the money at with the t)
must have their influence upon it." sold in the American guilty. public.A. Ii
banks while by payment of
with accompanied a
Interest depository court,
the terms and i
than he said depending upon State vs Willie Kite, Indictment for
Not to hear a sermon' any more
work Is In and it Is expected 3 cent of the salary of the office '
However, he expressed progress per ,
security offered. grand larceny plead not guilty. competent and ox-
read the Bible to sing or to pray the May ; F. Horlcy n
that the interest thus earned not later than Tuesday,
c 19 the congregation! come together' the opinion that if the terms : State Vs Perry Kite Indictment. for ccrdmgly, careful civil engineer, has
received for the '
will price 10th.
the Lord's Day. It meets to do all were satisfactory conditions for sucha bring accessory to grand larceny and receiving been In Starke during the week. While
above The first statement of campaign expenses -
considerably The
bonds par.
could easilybe up .
these as conducive to public worship. loan were excellent it the clerk of stolen goods; defendant not the streets of Starke were being paved
bid had the advantage of being a must be filed with '
This calls] for the presence of each floated. of 7th and May present; bond fixed In tho sum of $500.( Mr. Harley was employed by the
with chance between May
worshiper at tha time the service be- As to whether he thought the loan straight proposition no the court must be State vs Bennett Mayo breaking town to look after the work, and owing +
misunderstandings compli The second stalament ,
would clear away the chief obstaclesto future or 12th. 2Rth. and entering; plead guilty. On accountof to his good judgment and faithful 1,1,
gins.Our rehabilitation he said: cations. filed between May 2ith and May defendant's youth he was discharged streets, after five '
hours for worship TO 11 a. m. European with of these supervision our
Failure to comply any
and 8 p. m. The Biole school meets at9:4i "Now you are getting into polltlclI.1 PUPILS' RECITALMrs. will disqualify a candidate after a reprimand 1 from the judge./ years of service do not show any sign

: a. TO., and the B. C. P. U. at 7 ":\[ interest in the situation what, the he requirements and his name will not appear on The following civil cases were disposed of deterioration.found! .

P. m. Dr. Bullen will] have a special] said "is merely to advise clans will Qf:
Can va's music givea official ballot.
"Crouching United States can do to help out the the IL Y. Brown vs J. Harrison et al, for plaintiff; award $50 and
message in the evening on recital Thursday evening, May 11th
W. J. Roberson claimant. Jury found costa
Asses.. This is a father's Inscriptionupon loan plan. school auditorium at eight
In the high
Local ST. MARK'S: CHURCH for plaintiff, $330 and court costs At this writing the court Is still In
the standard of his son. o'clock. Friends and patrons are cor.dially
PRESBYTERIAN head of session and not complete its bus
awarded 14 bead of cattle, 25 may
and call] for con.Ilderation -
national conditions a invited. A nominal sum will
sub- iness until tonight (Friday). Next pweek's
Easter. hogs and 65 head of goats being
of this Inscription and we for admission which will Third Sunday after
of Glenwood be charged will contain the result ,
Calhoun, Telegraph
C. execution.S. .
hall] try to discover to whom the epitaph Rev. II. towards the Woman's Club. Full Morning service at 11 a. m. ject to .
and will preach at the Presbyterian church go of for lights the J. Prescott vs S. A. L. railway of the criminal cases now before v
the State Because
week'spaper. expense
belongs in Starke the will appear In next i
the Nation. The usual welcome awaits Sunday morning and evening program. evening service will be at 6:30: p. m. Co., stock claim damages |300. Jury the court

you and your friends. usual hours. i


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AND AGRICULTURE Names! f.T Those Who, Paid l Subscription .

During April
A genera] improvement' in the industrial -

J ] and labor situation in tho
Mrs Julia] Knight, W. D. Carlton,
r United States, described in several instances a
II. B. AultmAn, W. F. Ilarnoge, Errol
f as slow but steady, particularly -
1 y Alvarez, Mrs. B. R Hunt, :Mrs. Angle I I
' ] over conditions as they existed in t
,, Sternburg, J. T. Jones, David Manning -
f the winter months, is indicated in reports I
f" J Rev. L. W. Klckliter, Mrs W. H. ,
recently gathered; from federal Penn'squalitj. spells
Taylor, A. (). Jenkins, W. M. AndrewsJ. I
: stale, labor and industrial lenders in II
: n. Brown, A. T. Green, C. N. Shaw, I
ninny states of the union. A general
J. C. Manning, It. C. Groover, Jesse Penn's is packed
t return to normal industrial conditions 0 II
Reddish, W.. W. Colson, E. C Johns, air-tight! in the pat- I
r was forseen in most of the reports.
Mrs. R. !M. Prevfttt, Ceo. Cone, L. E. cntcd new con
Labor commissioners other officials
Mosclev, H. H. Smith, J. L. LewisV.. tainer. I It is always
in virtually state from .
every '
A. Fowler, O. W. Maines, A. II. Johns, fresh. !
which reports were received not only
E. J. Cunningham, E. C. Warren, T. .Chew fresh to- \ 1 1w
declared that unemployment had materially I -
W. Shirley! H. A. O. Strick
bacco. Try Penn's II
been lessened in the last few

months, but nearly all were optimistic land, R. Albert, Miss Eliza Daugherty; next time. Clean- I

T. A. Andrews, Mrs. A, L. Von Kim, freshsweet.L Iw
concerning the future, holding that .
H. Y. Brown, O. W. Barry, Fred
the opening/ of seasonable lines of +
Flump, Holland Johnson, Mrs. A. .1. tv
work, such as agriculture and road %
Harris, G. W. Saxon, R. C. Grins, A. .
and building construction would help
T. Starling, Enoch Griffls N. N. Thomas
greatly in absorbing the surplus of This F> ( '
workers. I,. L. Sapp, J. J. Morgan, T. N. new

Llmbaugh, Ishnm Wilson, Elizabeth sugarcoatedgum
navis is Optimistic ,
PeSue, A..7. Finlcv, James Rosier, -
"Today we can say industrial conditions delight! =
Mrs. R. L. McDowell, John Browning,

of the country arc resting on a V. R. Reddish, J. H. Lowery, S. W. and old. I
solid foundation Secretary of Labor, young
Brown, H. R. flapp, .7. W. Padgett, J. .. V4
i' Davis paid In statement in which he
1 a Vernon Jones, II. N. Abraham, R. H. Qua+ror>t eU by
"melts in
pointed to improvements In the buildIng k. your .
I' Starkey, Joe R. Grlftls, I). L. Rigby, ;
trades, the lumber industry, and C. C. Crosby, A. V. Varnes, H. Coy : mouth" and the gum in the

agricultural pursuits, and increased
; Alderman, P. L. Thomas, B. ]Haynes, .wa owauww..u
activity in manufacturing/ including n Rev. G. F. Scott, Geo. A..hrordlr8.; center remains to aid digestion,

, revival l in the automobile industry. II. C. demons: P. A. Crosby, Roy Roberts I brighten teeth and soothe mouth
I KV Secretary Davis said K. Tt. Shipmnn Oeo. A. !
, not come back with a rush, but that n Mrs HUGE SUM NEED- tal service! ILS relating to the farmer and throat.
B. If. Damon, TO:. B. Johns.
i 'J "steady pulse has worked for resumption was :said to have convinced it that "in-

of normal conditions during/ the rteased postage rate on second class There are the other W RIG LEY

.,,, last few month" GRAHAM! ED TO IMPROVE mail matters, notwithstanding reductions -

While dl.tinitelurl'I the / of fourth class matter (parcel friends to choose from, too:
no / !
Graham, May 5.-0. W. Dyn.1 1 wns post), has !been particularly burden-
;; present number of unemployed was
available approximately 1,350,000 persons transacting business in Waldo Mon RURAL ROADSWILL some" upon farm publications. It waspointed 1 ut

out that the service renderedin
were reported idle in 16 states day.Will
from which estimates were received. Jones was a business visitorto the distribution of second class f

1 Sampson Wednesday.Mrs. matter entailed less than for r Tf
Large/ industrial states such as New BRING 2.500.000IILI.R: TO expense r t

V'' York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts Berry returned home after several STANDARD" NEEDED FOR parcel post, the volume of which was I

,t contributed more than 1,000,000to months visit in Tampa. AUTOMOBILES: estimated to now constitute three- i rrs.r

this total, New York leading<< with I Percy Jones was n business visitorto -or-- fourths of the total postage tonnage ..,
an estimated OOOOO() out of work. The I Large! expenditures will be necessary "The commission will recommendto

.. total poulation of the 16 states is in Carl Wynn, of Sampson, was here to bring the two and a half million congress' ," the chairman said, "thata

excess of 1:1,000,000.: ( ( Wednesday. miles of rural highways; in the study be made to determine what
Rufut' Jones was transacting business branches of the postal service are self 4
Striking Minors Excluded United States up to the standard otl'fflcen'y C28l
In Waldo<< Monday.
sustaining with view to making the
their extended a
comparable to -
Miners and 1 other workers strike
<< on few
Quite a friends
gathered nt the entire! service self-sustaining or more .
use in motor transportation. in the
1. were not included in the state esti home of Sir\ and Mrs. Dock
nearly in accordance with the costs.
opinion of the joint congressional ,
mates.. The miners' strike, which un-
Wednesday and enjoyed a 8urprl..eparty. commission of agricultural! inquiry This should be done by proper read- 1 I Iii
ion officials estimate as involving .
Music and games were played justment of and removal ofi: '
whose general; conclusions on the subJect ,
least 700,000 men, is the largest industrial until a Into hour when .
controversy in progress nt home. they return.d were announced by Chairman Anderson : present rate inconsistencies. The purpose v'I.

In the second thecommission's of holding the postal service responsible -
report on
the time but considerable
present a ni
Volley McKinney and Eva :Smith, to the needs, of the agricultural -
'' studies, the first having I' ,
j number of workers are affected by of Gainesville in this ,
were section
should be
dealt with agricultural freight!: rates,
r/, textile and other strikes or shutdowns .
I Saturday afternoon i
walk- the chairman also( made known its I kept in view." EL'LU!Lt.".
in New and in minor / --- -
England, Tnihy ])yul attended the convention j'(I --
outs In other parts of the country. conclusions regarding!: electric railway I
at Long Bridge and Sun- I
, Samuel Compere, president of the : Suturdijy development as affecting rural communities ] -_ .-- -'-' -----

American Federation of Labor, estimated day.Sheriff : and questions relating to the i CLAYS OF STATE :L
Epperson .
In this
wall community postal service. -" -- .. ....
the unemployed lit 5,000,000.
Monday.[ ,
; Both Mr. Jompers; and John II. Marvin Ogden The commission, Chairman Anderson Elberton Blue Granite l
was transacting business ARE HIGH GRADE Georgia
will that
said recommend congress -
Walker, president of the Illinois Federation in Sampson Friday.
continue to promote an adequate i.THE STONE ETERNAL"
of Labor, expressed the belief Roy McKinney[ and family were visiting -
of construction and
that financial interests were causing frirtnds and relatives in New program maintenance highway directed to the effective And GEORGIA MARBLE, infra( ;various!"hades make
more -
it The state of Florida has abun-
unemployment, or contributing to River 'l'ut'"dny.Truby an
by curtail production in an alleged Dyal business correlation of highway transportation dance of clay suitable for the manu-
was a visitorto
effort to "deflate labor with rail and water transportation facture of various
keep up prices SampsonVl'lnl'sdIlY.. clay products.
' establish the and that the elates and There several
or "open shop. I are plants now making
Plenty of Common Labor -- I counties continue their highway programs common building< brick and some mak-
I met with considerable< success and hu,1h.lpe,1
In some cities there was declared to with particular reference to the' ing drain tile and building tile. Flor-
materially to decrease unem- FOR ARCHITECTURALDIGNITYand
be a demand for skilled workmen, although farm-to-market roads. ida also produces quantities of highest -
;I {2 the .supply of common labor The necessity of cooperation among grade bull] clay or kaolin. This is EVERLASTING. ENDURANCE
Statements from somu of the large basis fortaxlnJt'
the to effect uniform
ic generally was declared! to be larger states a shipped out of the state to potteriesin

than the demand. Some state labor industrial renters were encouraging.! : motor trucks and other motor the North for manufacture into various I
l4 Detroit, Midi., reported that employment vehicles the Three essential factors tolbeconsidered] in buying monuments I
fairly represent pro-
department officials definitely stated porcelain wares. In the produc-
in the automobile industry was are, :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-
portion of highway expense chargeable !: -
that the unemployment<< crisis had been I tion of fullers earth, a variety of clay
70 per cent normal, while the general RIATENESS. You have the of this combi-
to such vehicles, will be urged by assurance
passed in their 8tllt..lIllI1<1 that a move used in the clarifying of crude oils,
toward<<1 normal conditions was in pro I percentage of employment was ((55\; percent the commission, it is said, as well as Florida leads all the other states' of nation when buying our material.COGGINSMARBLE .
of normal, as compared<<1 with 30 of
'I the need for uniform regulation
ress. Some localities reported that the Union. The total value of the
per cent n year ago./ motor traffic. : co. CANTON GP.
+ conditions already virtually were nor clays and clay products for 1020 was
s There is "a job now open for everybody "It is clear the chairman Leading Manufacturer of the South
1 already ,
mal. >
Only in a few Isolated $2,! 75,732.
I" was the unemployment: InKtllnl'e"l who wants to work" In New Jersey said, "that there is a wide variation in Provisions have been made for the I Field or Special Representative,

ported to be acute, and the general according to Russell Eldredge, principle and application of the var- preparation of a detailed report on W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE, FLA.
r federal director of employment in the ious state and local regulations affecting -
tenor of the statements was one of this important natural resource. Prof. IESI I
state department of labor. Ho added
optimism, particularly with reference iritrastate traffic. Studies of local Olin G. Bell of the department of 'geo. w<"""""""mmo
that there is shortage of skilled<<1 1I should be
a. to the future.A motor transportation ( Cornell
logy, University, will be connected .
mechanics all over that state. In Idaho -- -- -- --- --
I panded as rapidly as>! possible to 'x-I
of intense building with the Florida Geological
program activity I where it was estimated 12,000 a definite basis for uniform !:, children and Miss Kathleen Smith etc Quinine :..at Does \NotlJlect I(.* Hce-J
and city\ and state improvement Survey during the summer and will
h were unemployed May I, 1921, unemployment of motor transportation in order that were shopping in Hampton Friday. o.-c.E..HROMO tontr .nd lawim rlTnrt i, kXA-
work was outlined reports from virtually have active charge of the investiga TIll QUININE (T h ru> can (boo iTitoa
has virtually become a minus the inconvenience, and inefficiency Ben Hall left Sunday for St. Peters- by anyoiiwithout" eauntnq nravouinnt or thiuiix
every state, and< it was expected expense I tions. Mr. Bell's association with Dr. Inthahcad.: E.W.GROVES. .aimeoa lx... '!71h,.
quantity. Normal i conditions! by lack burg after a two weeks visit with
yh : of operation occasion by a
that many idle workers would find employment June H. Ries, director of the department of ,
were predicted In Utah. homefolks.C .
4 in a gigantic construction ,' of uniformity in state and federal legislation Geology, of the institution mentioned, Day Keeping." Meeting will be con

boom which was indicated from many |j I iana sent in the most discouraging report in the future may as far as I and who Is a recognized/ authority on A. Youngblood attended the con- ducted by Miss Blanche Humphrey.

I sources. it being estimated that 20,000 possible be avoided. the clays of the United States, gives vention of Christian churches at Long

Although In Kentucky the number men were idle in that state. The importance of motor transpor- .I assurance of the reliable character of Bridge Sunday. THE RIGHT REMEDYAn

of calls for farm labor was described Depends on.Europe tation to the farmer was found not the proposed report. Mrs. Roebuck is visiting her son,

fti) as the smallest in years, Colorado reported lions"We for shall not know" normal condi only to have been its effect in extending Field work will begin in the latter H. S. Roebuck. American evangelist was engaged -

I inability to meet the demandfor Wolf a long/ time, said Matthew and broadening his markets, it is part of June and will continue for several Mrs. C. E. Parker and party motored : ;: by a church for a week's special -

reliable farm workers. While no Federation, vice president of the American said, but in the sharply reduced cost weeks. Samples .of clay will be to Starke Saturday mission. tin his arrival he went

1' shortage of farm labor was indicated deceived. of Labor. "Let us not be of moving his products to market. collected and analyzed and tested in H. E. Moorer was a visitor to Pa- to see the minister.

I In the Middle West, some states reported Conditions are improvingand This was illustrated in the commis- the laboratory of Cornell University. latka Saturday.W. "What sort of church have you

a'- that there was work for every indications are for continuance of sion's estimates that in 1918! the cost The State Geological Survey invites T. Wallace was attending to here!" he inquired.

one who wanted this typo of employ- have Improvement complete, but we are while not going to I of wagon haulage' from farm to ship- I the co-operation of everyone interested business in Starke Saturday. "Well," replied the pastor, "I am

ment, and Kansas declarations were remains recovery Europe ping point averaged about fifty cents in this matter. Correspondence E. J, Bellanger was a business vis- afraid things are pretty bad. The

t+. that only good! weather was needed to "It Is said so upset that we have turned the I' per ton mile for wheat, thirtythreecents I should be addressed to Herman Gun- itor to Hampton Saturday. people are wordly and careless, the

reduce unemployment to a minimum. corner and I for corn and thirty-eight cents ter, State Geologist] Tallahassee. Clyde and Calvin Hall were visi congregations small, there is no Inter-

Farm labor wages generally were have. But we agree have that In a sense we for cotton, while by motor truck or tors to Waldo Monday.G. est in missions, no one comes to prayer -

y around $35 a month, with board and to turn before many corners yet tractor the averages were fifteen cents THERESS.V: Mv Bennett was a business visitor I- meeting; dances and card partiesgo
we straighten out our for wheat and corn and eighteen cents
lodgings. to Hampton Monday. all the week and
tangled industrial life and bring on through the
A reduction in wages"was noted In security to the millions of true for cotton. Theressa, May 5.-Air. and Mrs. C. Mrs R. M. Humphrey and children, people are indifferent to the claims of

statements from several! states, along who workers The commission was said to view the E. Parker and children, of Larkin, ar- Margaret and Edward, left Saturdayto religion."

with declarations that the efficiency now are. victims of mismanagement future of interurban electric lines to rived here Thursday for a few days visit her parents in West Florida. "Well," sneered the evangelist, "If
caprice, speculation
of labor increasing. Several ofT ma- serve rural communities in view of the Mr and Mrs. Mark
was visit with friends. Clemons, of I had a church with members like that
chinery, preventable
the states reported that the recent illness, and the accident incalcuable, preventable tendency to recognize the necessity W. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, is vis- Brooker, visited Miss Blanche Hump- I'd go out and hire yellow] dog to

campaign of the American Legion to shortsightedness. for an adequate return in'rates for iting at the home of Mr and Mrs. W. hrey Saturday and Sunday. bite 'em."

place former soldiers in positions had makes labor turn-over'of employers of whkh the service demanded by the public. A. Jones this week. I The many friends of Miss Florence : "Yes," said the minister, ,"that'
one Their
our value not only as freight carriers Miss Eloise Owsley and Charlie Hall are glad to ]learn that she is im what we've done.Ex.Love .
greatest evils and of
''f' Only One "D OMO QUININE" one greatest but as .a quick means of access : Owslcy attended the convention at proving after a two'weeks illness.

I To BHOMOQUININK.get. III* ....aaln..enlt far L"'o..l..n.Lu.full. name. LAXA.... causes misery."of economic loss and human to phasized town for in the rural conclusions residents was em-j; Long Bridge Sunday Remember the Christian Endeavor in a cottage Is sweet in proportion -

i R. W. GIotOII U. CIITM al old'n One Uor. mop announcedby I Mrs C. A. Youngblood and daughter every Sunday at the Christian church. to the amount ot grub on the
headache, dud ,, .r off ."It,. Xx Chairman Anderson.
touch iud )
r7 Nealie, Mrs. C. E. Parker and Topic for next Sunday, "Better Lord'sh4 table.



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mmmlDlIfDlII\lImmmwt! IIDmm! mm mmmmll1mmmmCOOJ ru I 1 1I 1I 1I 1I time by thn former' administration- ..

: of Florida in Short Paragraphs :- one-eleven r CHARGES HUGE that nothing was wrong;; that thero '

,.......... ..,...,...... .. ............. .. ... .... .b LOWS ... ... H. ..., ,., I cigarettes ihogld bo no investigation and! that haihould .
"" I : koep" hiul, mouth hut or lose his '

L Live State News I TTiroo Friendly NUMBER FORGED postion, nnd Mr. Ml'l'urter who has

J I Gentlemen I' dot'eloped tho fact that will litter bo -

1 I Ounvn' by ofliciul documents that there
I Told by Our Exchanges. :* ; ; :; TURKISH BONDS'NOW 1111'1' probably hundred. of millions of

I VIRGINIA. I /dollars of duplicate bonds. in the United -

: HURLEY :States was dmc'hurgud from service '
'I'fli11DIDIIKlUWIIIuu"mWWIWIIUImIWnIDmurnnrmmmw.CWmClOOum nwmmWmmrntm:1mrmrm": ,ro,
I IN CIRCULATION l".\- this administration for presenting '
Broward county has voted $600,000 been
formed in Tampa to I
promote the I hone fact to members of Congress.! I

," rood roads. I I use of Tampa products. It is stated think a man who took that attitude \ } ,

( that between 150 and 200 mamifactur- FOiniKU ill the former administration was! ill I ,;
PascO county has let a $750,000 road ing industries exist in that \'1
city ex- 01' rl ItKsrifY advised/ In what ho had done1. .
ntract. for the surfacing of 31 milesof ', elusive of cigar factories, and theso Isro\KKKI) SAID TI1K TO IIVR Mr. Johnson added: ?1 "

highway: and the rocking of about produce a wide l-MtU'D
) variety of goods, from In'all
1 will nay that that u matter

TO miles of road. I furniture, point structural steel Washington, April 27.-.-The statement / of public record. I took personally t,
tomobile br:0I119
tires to ,
engravings, JrFIFTEEN all of this data clown to tho depart! p'
Fire at Mocclenny a few days auo candies, etc. was on I the floor) of the '.,,'
house merit of justice myself early in thajoar .
nteHny by ItcpresentaUu ''I t
business huusps
'troyetl to the
.j 1 ex-
< In (J new package that fits the ocllet- Johnson Republican, South Dakoti, 11)21 after VI.' It'hltrl.//) every ."
MI.l of $50,000, with $20,000 insur-
;,'" The first car of cucumbers to be At a price that fits the pocketbookThe that it will later he shown by official I way to secure notion from tho adminimtrntion. -
t' f
shipped this season came from the same unmatched blend of documents I that (there im probably ." I
I farm of T. II. and J. R Itevllle and hundreds 1 \\J
of millions of dollars of duplicate
Manatee county has voted $300,000 TURKISH. VIRGINIA ana BURLEY Tobaccos -
were loaded, Wednesday by J. A. Rob- bonds in I the United! States. To Stop n Cuugh Quick ."
,* ith which it intend to build 50 milesr crtsn. This '.,. Cuamnlded b.Jj '
i wag probably the .
irood hiRhways. Work on tho rond- load of) cucumbers grown on one first farm car- j F.IJ i ;t. MAoKe .0.YaL.l:5. : ? *III PEW5ftY5E. Prompt denial( of the statement was I I'fiutili iiik.i*: medicine HAYES1: which HEALING Blop.i tho 1ONEY cough/ by itI .

.VIIVB is to begin at once. I'that ever left Gainesville niiido by high/ treasury' ollVialx, who I healing Ibo Inllamixl and irritated tissues.I '.,.
so early in 0
___ I the season. declared investigation by Sin-rotary I A IMIX of G OVE'S tM'KN-FRATn .1

The new free bridge that connects :I I :Motion of tho bureau of engraving', .SA1.VK: for Chest Cold. Huud Colild: anil I'

I Ii attackers of that city lust Thu had discloHod truth in of Croup I U rnc-liuiod! with every iMitllo ofllAYlS'
1 ih. mainland of Manatee county with Cape. T. R. Hodges state fish i away. I Saturduj. par- no reports!: ?: HEAIJNG IluN Y. The salvo '

Anna Maria island, was dedicated on i f of Florida commissioner I I Itv was fishing for tarpon near Foit'Ogden I circulation on a largo m-nlo of i-oun- oulil! bu rnblxiil on the chest nml throat 1

Wednesday and at least five thousand I arrived in FoitMyers The sawgrass paper plant just east when the catch was mailo. The toifoit government securities. .>f children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

people enjoyed the exercises. on board of one of the state's I of Leesburg will soon be in active op i fish was of a peculiar species, having Challenging I tin Jiilinson xtutcmoiit I The lii-nllnil pffnrt of 118V...' lltinllnd* llnnny Inckic I.
I patrol boats and! Is pnroute to Marco the thmnt .mhiiiit wlih thii tiealinflrlTiit ofItnivr .
where eration. It is situated on the shore I two legs extending from its unity near RcpiVHontaUve Wingn, of Arkansas, a H iMVn-Trntrt Snlvo through the pun-l trfilio ,

Last week there were twentysevencars he will contract for planting] I of Lake Griffin, close to 18,000 acres I, the tail, which wore bolio\od, to have member\ of the lioiisi bunking' committee Kkln mum hulls A 00(11th.lioth .
clams in Lee riMnMlli'ii\ nm put'kml In on*cartim and th \
of beans waiting at Center Hill I county. Captain Hodges of tho grass, or enough: to run tho been used as mud hooks or anchor in t del lined) it WHS calculated l t to CIIUHC- "cost.!list nintltlniHl. tntatiuent l.:&lc. 'f'

for shipment and at Webster there expects to plant several hundred bar- I plant for years. The company has holding to the bottom while waitingfor I uneasiness in the country and,! that he I i .lust ask your druggist for HAYES : f
rels of clams hEALING IIUN..Y.
were fourteen cars of cucumbers also", on the mud banks in the I invested $100,000( in the project. The its prey. Tho three fishermen I did not I htIioMMr.> Johnson ought! to \ \

ready to move northward.W. vicinity of the Caloosahatchee river mill at present is a monster affair; it fought for nearly art hour to lund tho make] it "U hhl'H,4, ho cain back it up us '

and San Carlos bay this season. I has a power plant which will be largo fish, during which time they wore towed I I the truth." Mr. Wlngo expressed bu- I'j

B. Hightowr, white workman enough/ to furnish light and power toa nearly a mile downstream and! the' lit that nn iiivoHtigalum would dhow) J
died from injuries received this after- Ont of the' largest grove deals in I city the size of Lakeland!; has pulp sumo distance up stream, when it was I that S"I'1'.tlry11'111111( : in denying! the 1 1886 5

noon when he fell from a window on Arcadia/) was made last week when the grinding: machines larger than any in tired out enough to bu brought to tho "reckless tlinrgf! about the existoncu ,

the top floor of the west capitol exten- Necatee Fruit Company was sold to the world and, other appliances and surface where it wan shot three times I of duplicate bonds "did! not lio to the

sion at Tallahassee. the Fosgate: Company, commission machinery used in the up-to-date paper with a 30-30 rifle. people of the country."

merchants of Boston !Mass. Tho price mills of tho country. :I II I As II basis for his dinrgo') us to alleged ]-

Henry Beville, 45: prominent merchant was said to have been KOO,000.)( ( Included I I Dr. Harris, Tampa's health officer, circulation of npurious mu-un- DAVISINSURANCE :"

.Bushnell, died at a Tampa In tho sale was the packinghouse The U. S. S. Benham, the oldest destroyer said Thursday morning that his office ties, Mr. Johnson said that J. M. :Mi- ,. J

hospital as the result of injuries he operated by the company and in commission, arrived! Monday :: was besieged with from !50''i() tu, 7.. culls Carter assistant registrar of- the ,

received when he fell from a second grove property' approximating three I in Fernandina and has been In''': daily on the increasing saltiness of treasury during tho ",'illlonlflminiM- ,

story window at his home a few nights hundred and fifty acres. port since awaiting orders. She Is' the city water. In view of the dry I re Lion, "secured! HI i for million in I t tin- ]

ago while walking in his sleep.A acting as the mother ship for the six spell, owners of gardens are course of his duties wluih i-onviin'od, J.

According to messages/ received! in I large seaplanes which arrived on the' ing that their lawns. a ci' bel l'OIllPluin-1) [ him i that there hnd boon enormous' I iluplication .

modern dairy has been established Arcadia last week from Washington, same day. Tho Benham has been sunk up with the water ditu to its (>f govonuiUMit, bunds which ::.' .

near Okeechobee. Sixteen fine Jer- plans are completed for the early !. twice, and on one of these occasions tent, and many tender plants have : bad lioen printed by the bureau of on- STARKE ,, :

sey cows are now being milked.) and abandonment of Carlstrom f field as an remained on the bottom of tho sea fora been killed, us thorp is now no rainwater graving and printing I and.I hail)

30 to 40 more will be added at an early active training post Nothing definite / whole week. She i is> command(>,h',1 nvuilublu] in tanks. Further through I the office of thu reglxt ra Itlllh'l, '

date. About ].>0 acres of land are required regarding/ the plant has been I by Captain Redfern and carries a crew complainants lute I that it is almost I the treasury" .IAI3atDC4u5iilutalWUWtih1)WhII.I4JteWW4s\ ) ; .

to maintain the dairy. made known, but it i is believed that I of about ninety men. It is said that Impossible to clean the household, linen "I 1 think Mr. Mcfurter took tlo* COFFINS & CASKETS 1

the nip service will bp prepared! to another destroyer is expected! daily that wimp' will not lather freely" right attitude when ho 1.r"H"lIt..dlh'. I ,;I.

The contract for the construction of withdraw men and equipment from upon the arrival of which the Benham and that the necessity of added washIng nmtlor lirnt to a diHtinguiflhuJ I Democratic And a Full I.ln of

Carlstrom by July unless unfor- will sail, together with the six planes.Tuesday (JnJ',fa"'''' Stpplira.UTOMOllILU
rive bridges, and the concrete roadwork some powders .and! chemicals Is' ruining Senator from my stale, anil 1 I

including the culverts, curbing seen incident arises. i I the clothe- Tho health situation duo very properly presented. tho matlor" I In).
ami gutters on the Pensacola-Floina- I morning Wilbur Worthington to this is. also alarming, according to the Assistant' Secretary: of the! 'lrIi-: ,
Alwav on hamf. The bent orrlco J
ton road, has been let by the commissioners A cletil embracing between 700,000() was brought to Ocala from hi.4 Dr. Harris. Physicians and parents ury" !Mr. Johnson! c-imtimu-il., "lie) I I' ml tlir lowi'xt prlrvN. Special -

and 750,000( of land mostly in homo at Blitchton, suffering from gunshot informed nl I I Ilia9 :
of Escambia county. acres arc reporting many cases of gastrointestinal was very quickly attention Ui tvlcffrnph or. iera.

the southern portion of Lee county, wounds and! taken to a surgeon troubles, especially among ItrltIHte1'l'l1 Knibulmcr.DeWTIT ; f

The lawn of the county courthouseat has been concluded, whereby' Barron for attention. It seems that Worthington the smaller chilclren.Whi..k.y CtlJdrt; C.z" inp ami Influenza U..

f'lcarwater was sprinkled with G. Boiler, of Chicago, and his associates and Goree Hlitch had had some LAXATIVE nnf'o!() CM) I I'JINK'1' ,*Mrt, .i .,11"..- I C. JONES
'1 trouble and hoi words were! exchanged 'Ihin "
the holdIngs i-auim 'i ony MIe i
have entire
moonshine I liqunr. There has been no purchased was purrnasod from the .. ...... ,
a ttho home of the latter und it was I i; W, CKKVK: !', ,i li., ,' STARKK.: FLA ;
of the Southern Stales Land and
nun for some time and the grass was liirnkoy "f> the I llillsborough I
county ------------- -----I
alleged.I by Worthington: Unit as ho tl"lcIIIDOItlCJ! ) II II ;
in Lee county. !! CI..
Development Company ,
of the
turning Seven gallons jail for $2.r a pint, doclnrc-H J. A. -

loy fluid was used. The purchase, also includes portion! wan walking away Mr. DUtch secured I Horndon lui nlTid.uil sij.z, <'cI Wednesday WEAK{ NERVOUS >V TO IN It3 *
of Marco Island Chokolskee Island a shotgun loaded with birdshot and I
making further statements in drove',* lontfloHS chili Tonic iwtorrsKniTKy
Shoes are now being made. by the and Pavilion Key and a cluster of fired at short range; the charge tak- the "hlieriir-sulicitor-rimumttoo" mud ALL r.UH-DOWH: : / iiinl. Vitality !hy I'lirifyinM and
ing effect in the left shoulder neck,
Chipley Leather Company of Chiptay.]' smaller isl.inds: in that group knownas dIe. Horndon's nflid.ivit states that 1'.lIrir'hhlll' I dm 11I'1,1.'Vlltlll' you fi-fl Its \,
side, face and head. Fortunately the i
Handbags and leather novelties are the Ten Thousand Islands. about a year ago ho was ,placed: in the IItro'ulltl"'IIIIIII.luvlllllru.illll..tftl't.I ( HCII bow
shot were small and it Is thought thlltyounA' -
afbo being manufactured. A large county jail, charged with "driving I It lirintlH! color, to llm cliuulift/ mid bow j j ,
What i is' characterized! as "one of Worthington will recover. '' '
number of alligator hides are turnedout cows out of tho range." Whilo in tho' Missouri Lady Suffered Until She it !lull'rltej tin*' Hi let Ito, you vill hun

as manlmacturcd articles. the biggest human RII1UA'Jinj.plots! \ I' jail ho was forced to strip arid tlr submit I ('I'l|' 'rti'Ijlo lie true tonic valiin.C.rovo'tt .
ever attempted on this const" was re- Two prisoners in tho Volusin county Tried Cardui. Result
to having tho turnkey turn cold Say. : TiiHlpli-HH! chili Totilu IK dimply

Joseph D. Woodard of Bartow, for- vealed Monday with the announcement jail one of them wanted in Freehold, water on him. The affidavit states he I Iron und Juinino HUNi>eiiili'il In fiyriii.| So 'ft

school board of arrest! of nine men, either all N. J., swapped identities a few days Was Surprising. -Cot Along |,ilo'''Himt ovon blldron. like It. Tlio blondfiooilK < :.
mer clerk to the county was haled before tho kangaroo eourt
accessories In the landIng ago when a New Jersey deputy como QUININE tit Purify It und IKON tit 4'Eiirlch
principals "
Fine Normaland '
has been found guilty of embezzlement anil, sentenced to fine of Became
? Saturday'' pay a $ > or I
of twenty-nine Chinese ] for him man, and a local prisoner, : II. Destroys. Mulnrlul! germs und
his plea and sentenced to to receive 25 licks with whip. Ho
on own a .
morning.! The arrests were made, Saturday I palmed himself ofT as the Jerscyite. Healtir. fil|> (germs) by Its Strengthening Invli| "r g
two in the penitentiary. Short- refused to the and.! was' (
years I pay money cLIng riTwt. .fI/l.
following investigations which J When the officer arrived in the Jersey v
age in funds amounted to 13000. I whipped.! Herndon swears that he was! --' i
showed. the Celestials hail! been landed j city he discovered he had a man named -
told, the that it Sheriff t '
by turnkey was -
Springfield Mo-"M back "was M :
from the auxiliary schooner Etta Falkner arrested here for larceny ASPIRIN
Accidentally shot while cleaning' a I 1 Spencer's orders that every man weak: I could hardly stand up. and I'' ,
Frank :M. Dram- Mildred, lIT Hooker's Point Saturday and that Walter Gus was still in tho would han bearlnR.clown pains and
38-calibre revolver, who was put in jail pay $5 or receive ;
and 1 !i local jail. The deputy left Freehold not well at Mrs.D. .
Ruskin died at local between 12 a. rn. wu any time lays
lett Jr. 22 of a 25 lashes.
in Saturday to return Falkner and take V. Williams. wit of a well-known Name "Bayer! on Genuine j j141e
hospital. The accident occurred i farmer on Route 6, this plitca. "II|
A. Bowmun merchant of Di-orfield charge of Cuss, but Falkner will not'
Bramlett's room at a Ruskin hotel, : ON: (;JoTTI'IoHIImmll:' : kept getting headaches and having ta i
Tampa, the bullet entering his left was kidnapped by three men tnken to be delivered.) The Sheriff of PoLand go to bed" contlnua, ,* Mrs. William '

his", property near )IJe.ortteld: beach and : received a telegram from Charleston describing the trouble from which |
side near the abdomen.A. severely beaten after his captors had S. C., stating that Falkner had escaped A pastor In one of the cities of the she obtained relief through! the tine of i iCardul. I
country who is being\ sued) by his wife "My husband bavin beanS j,
of stealing !BO' cases of : from the train near that city.
E. Lee, postmaster at St. Lucie, accused) him : for divorce is quoted as! milking the of Cardul, propoHod Retting\ It for me. I I"I *
fourth-class three miles liquor smuggled/ in from Bimini and 1 saw after tiMnic,' soirm Cardal I
a postofflce concealed rear his place. Bowman I You are a liar, if you say that f was ; statement to his congregation/ that "it 000 that I was improving. The result :
been arrested by I
north of here, has takes a man of nerve and a woman was surprising. I fait like a different
who is confined to his bed as a resultof or am unfair, shouted States Attorney :,
Deputy United States Marshal Mat- I who is bravo to face tho marriago penon.
authoritiesthat Parkhill to Attorney Pat Whitta-
thews, of Jacksonville and taken to his injuries told the I "Later I suffered, from weakness ,
had been concealed ir of Tampa, Friday morning duringthe ceremony today.
he knew liquor and weak back aid felt all run-down.
Miami to await a hearing in federal I : If this! Is true why the "toilay ?" lake Aspirin i only an t..M In each .k- 10
> |piI
his place] for several months. trial of W. H. Young charged I did not rest well tit night I was 10 ,
court a. shortage of $800 in his acCounts near becausethe the murder of IMggors. What difference Is there in the murriaife nervous and rrnan. My himbunil Raid IN; Henry
but thut he did not interfere with 'J'h..a will bo. fallowing the ilirortlon ?.
alleged. that of he would net mo *nrna Cardul which Jon
being : of today from
smugglers: were armed. lie was I With this state attorney Parkhill advanced I ceremony) ha did. It strengthened, me M, Whitaker and Whitaker, yesterday, (luring 21 yi.rs. and proved safe by rajllnriH. 4
fired as he ran from the scene of upon doctor said I got along fine. I was la :
Former Governor CJilchrist has decided upon It takes than "nervo" and lake no chances with ubatitut4
met him in front of the jury. For a more good healthy! condition./ I cannot' .
candidate for the United the assault. I If yOu .<.. Ute llayer Cross. on tabloU,
to a few minutes the court room was in "bravery" to enter into the marriage MY too much for It. yrni cnn tiJcn them without fear for
States Senate in the Democratic primary I' and! it Thousands of women hare suffered
It takes judgment
ceremony. (
Caught in the act of peeping into awindow confusion while the attorneys fought. .* Mrs. Williams flcncrlbna. until the r. \,1018. llrailni-hn, Neuralgia' Rhmimntlmn,
of June 6 against Senator Park and It Murartu') 'l'UlItIIMlie ,
takes honesty sincerity. requires Lumbago unit for
the officials and the jury separated
in Court fonnd relit from the of CarJuL
Laurie ilium, a negro uie '
re-election. The 1'iun. Ifamly tin boxni, of twi-lvn tablets. % I
seeks I between the
Trammell who the deal
them while square Flare It ban helped! lit) ,
in and held many you
shot the
employ of St. Petersburg, was pair apart former has been meeting two to the marriage contract.It ihoulil not li iesItar.to, try Card 111 U
governor parties _
Traffic Officer McMullin Judge Robles adjudged them both in'I imi-knei-N' Aspirin 1M thu.' triulu mark, of
with friends at Jacksonville the last the legs by had trailed a contempt of court and fined each $100or means consideration of the other troubled with womanlr ailment lldyi-r $iifiu-tiirn. of Moaoaei-ticzwid-i .. .
The negro For ale 181
few days and his decision is a result Saturday. ororywhora. PHt.<'I' of Halicylhmrlil. T
girl for several blocks and she a term in jail until it was paid. I',
of these meetings. young No man or woman should! enter into -
took refuge in a home, where the negro '
f H; Wned Cory Osceola, 18, Indian youth suffered -I the marriage ceremony who doos
her. He was
followed You will make mistake
Tampa and !Miami are in the throesof nhoul- not know how to compromise! on the Reduction In Prices a a
meetings. The two away from this home and t> -'ont the loss of his entire left I If you order your fertili7 -
non-essentials. Any man or woman
evangelists on the job belong to that to another house! where Off Mc- der when he was struck by a train who marries with r.pcctatlon .,1 without gting our new price lists just lnsucd. Plenty ,
discovered him and opr fire. near Fort Lauderdale, Men who found of Order Fertilizer Insecticides
real old-fash Mullin Materials prompt shipment. now.
school that preaches a having it all his or her own way Is .
and brought to the him in a ditch near the scene of the
loned hell. They bring this hell up on He wa' captured sheriff headed straight for the divorce court. Sprayers, Poultry Supplier.

the platform, wave it, and shake it, other house where he was identified. on accident returning, summoned to pick the him up foundhe but And this great fact might be taken E. PAINTEIl FERTILIZER CO.

and then point their fingers at those under consideration by the ministerIn JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Stephen Dolan and had disappeared. The Indian was '
who play cards, play at dancing. playat Charles Meares widely known residentsof found later a mile away where he had question as well as by others. Whena Get NEW MardI 1922. reduced price >ta before buying. 1
shows. David ends in failure: it Is! not
picture marriage
Gads'ion county, were on their way hidden in the palmettoes ant it is believed
wedlock that Is at fault but the
-- par-
today to begin he would have bled to death If
state prison!
The dredging operations will be carried to the ties who enter into It.-Fernandina
each for a had not seen him enter the
terms of eight years negro
river whereit rvlng
on on the Oklawaha monthof thicket. chief of the Lender GENERAL URANCE
flogging near Quincy last Tony Tommy,
of the
is to drain a large tract
sawgrags proposed land and redeem it for commercial C. A. McA Ipln. McAlpin was called Seminoles, accompanied him to the Not all cheers aro commendable.Some HAROLDCSWALL IL''
Ms home In the early eveningby hospital in Miami where It was said
and muck from
The sand are In honor of unworthy causes. -
purposes. bottomof one of the trio, it is alleged, and a his condition was critical.A .
will be brought up from .
the house the oth- FLORIDA
the marsh short distance from STARKE
the river and spread over -
him. sawfish fourteen feet
set measuring
and his escort upon
land making it very valuable for er two cries attracted the attention of from the tip of his saw to the tip of To Cure a Cold III One Hay FIRE.: LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
homes truck farms or citrus groves. His Take. LAXATIVE PROMO Qt1INNTshI'ss< > >
Mrs. McAlpin, whca rushed to the his tail was landed with tarpon tackle SioIhq(4.IMIP| anfrNd.WhS' enC woiM off :"
: ,
has scene With a shotgun and drove the near Arcadia .by a party of fishermen told K W. CKOVE" sI1iiatuZOI3SSCb bwi. X .
association .
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Bradford (artlJrio-Elizabeth) Andrews, Ruth ;preach knows more about how to do I it I, and 13 of Block 18 In LMnmton.. Truby I mass, but is still made up of chiuh,
County Telegraph: I addition to th. Town of 8.rke.
Sternberg. than those who can't. The writer will Company'.. on the Went by Cherry atrert. on tho groping in the dark, naturally tn: '
"In the Daisy Field" (Selected) I preach at Hampton next Sunday. I : ,* of by W.Seventh T. Week atrcet*, and on on the the North Lust by by I ing from tho grosser evils, but .III
Published: weekly and entered as Elizabeth/ Andrews. Yours In love and appreciation.W. aired and front on Cherry Street 76 I big/ upon the more innocent diver. ,
second class matter, at the post Vocal, (a) "Rose" (Bilbro) (b) ( E. DAUGHERTY. trvet.i .and running East 2JO: rout to Church "Tho churches do not seem to ,r

: office at Starke, Florida. gie i Rover and the Dee" ( DO/-I) i i> of Bradford W. J. EPPERSON.Hhenflt County, Murlda.. I ize that when they attack the i, ,II
.-- Leila/ Dca Andrews. Hazel ,\ M. .IOHNS and movies they are attacking i h.
: Attorney for 1'lnlnllff 585t6Bi : I
E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner atcomnani.it. institutions that mean most to h, ,
Piano Sola, "Under the Mistletoe" II t/it.1 !i 1iil CHURCH ANI THE "BLUE- and long life and to intellectun'' .
I GASSED EX.SOLIJIEJt.S011; <; (Kngolmnn ) -Ruth Stomberg. SUNDAY LEGISLATION I vclopment.

KKSTOKKD: BY AN OPERATION) Piano Solo, Eldclwcixs Glide (Van- "It is pathetic to witness th,

dcrbeck)-Gussle Mae Bennett. How do, you expert the Postnl Clerkto From the heat of "Blue" Sunday I I but fanatical frenzy with which '.
Poison gas inhaled! by American soldiers Piano Duet "Mirthful; Moments" know whether you mean Trinidad, which seeks to forbid ev good and splendid men who are !j.I j.
in France is beginning to show (Engelmun)-Gu"8ielae: Bennett California or Trinidad Colorado? ; I except! the attendance of inK the churches, blindly assault ,nu'
its effects by causingHervice men to I Hazel MldcJleton.I ALWAYS PI'KLL OUT TUB NAME) services, and especially! aimed heait h-giving and pleasure-in.!! '.
,. lose their voices, investigations by the I Piano Solo, "Silver] Nymphs" OF THE STATE. IN FULL: IN TUBApDHKSS. : the Sunday athletics and movies, agencies of this age.

''<, United States Veterans Bureau show. (I Heinn)-'Hazel Middleton. I has arisen a newspaper writer, "} very such assault by the churches !
The bureau has asked the American Vocal, "Mother; and Baby" (MaryD. T. Russell, who has penned the best I weakens the churches and furthn
Legion to inform gassed veterans Frear) "The Brownie Baby," re- "MORE BUSINESSIN I of the Sunday question from alienates the great mass of humanity
,t" whose ability to speak is becoming impaired frai nfrom Hawaiian Hula Maunawli. GOVERNMENT"This I I point of view that has appeared. whom these good men would servo. '
l i' to report to the nearest bureau Heading, "Grandma Danced the Minuet apt phrase was used In President -I Russell, writing editorially-In the "As good as they are and as wise
physician for examination. Long Ago"-Lucile Mitchell. Harding' first message to Congress j Ledger, about the situation I as they are, the men who are devoting
The first successful surgical: opera Piano Solo Fantasia Tarantella and applies! particularly In pOstal : | the people of Newark N. their lives to the spiritual welfare 'if
tion upon a veteran suffering from a (Binrt) Convent Echoes (Corner: )- management where poBfiiiusteri are I| ., speaks of "the churches and thea- mankind are so ,out of touch and sympathy
'I" tumor on the vocal chords as a result Florence Andrews. being Impressed with (lie fact that I I so clearly that his observations with the mass of humanity that

of exposure to the gas has just been Part II of they the are biggest managers business of la local the (brunches world reprinted in their entirety. "The'II ''needs' them most that they do not

reported to the bureau. The former "Fond Recollections" (Crammond) : !! I churches of the commun realize that the desire and the nl"Ce'
: soldier is Brig.-Gen. Roy V. Hoffman'j Eunice: Perkins. ," says Mr. Russell, "appear to be sity for health through exercise thn

Oklahoma City, Okla., Vocal (a) "Forgotten" (Cowles) (b) I, one in a program to close all places is a pleasure rather than a task, anti i
''. I practically lost his voice. j "An Orchard Lullaby" (Denza-Nel-) : amusement on Sunday. I I) for intellectual development and i
General Hoffman's voice I Is now restored lio Stearns. I t I "The demand tfpon Prosecutor lIar- widening of vision and world know .
.' as a result of the operation performed Piano Solo, Roses De Boheme (NoM'uki Let's make our pout office/ look neat I,, ( that he enforce the law presents ,I edge through the eye in joy, rathe-
by Dr. Chevalier Jackson, of )-Florence Andrews. Mr. I'ostmuster Straighten up the' delicate situation and imposes upon I j than through the labor tasks of th.
S I'hiladi'lphiu, the bureau announces. It Vocal ( i) Waltz Song (Brander) :! rural I letter box. Mr. Farmer Tidy prosecutor a task greater than he :, bruin alone, have become as irren! "
up some, Mr. Rural Currier. First .
adds that a large number of young (b) "I Know a Little Girl" (Steel] )-. 'I Impressions! are Listing Mnybe Mr. I| bear. ble almost as the instincts for vh
veterans have recently been found to Ruby Popped. Stranger inking notice of these 1mprovementa i! "The law against Sunday theatres' propagation of life and the prtsei, .
be suffering( from tumors of the vocal I'iann Solo, "Wh lapering Winds" will corns tack bringing ;, i only one of more than a score of'' tion of life.
'r: chord. apparently in their inception. I (Wollenhaupt] ) "Good! Night" (Nevin)) you benefits. Start these with "POS / laws that are not enforced | "I ftho church is to stand at ,r
The growth; prevents vibration of the -lr\\* F.pp"rson.l'lan TAt lUI'ROVKUIONT 1 :/ \\'lll'." May : I I can never be enforced because the ravages of time and human n.

cords. due to pressure, and thus affects Solo, Grande Polka do Concert j 1 8. ;i I are not supported by public sen lutlon and elevation, it must do -.> i
the Voice (Bartlett)-Isabel Fernandez. |I -- ; I meeting humanity on humanity's.. ",
Tho Legion Is Hgked to spread the Piano Solo, "The Surf" (Mera- II HUMANIZING THE ,I 'i "U must be confessed that the terms and dealing with: humanity Mis. <
Information and to get service; men Ethel Griffin. POSTAL SERVICE"There | have seized upon the most i ."-Exchange.
suffering from A growing inability to violation and one most tus- ] .
Vocal, Simple Conll'lIl! Sln" (A. | -- -- --
.: speak to ro before Veterans Bureau :tThome) "At Dawning" (Cadman). I applied, for the operation of a
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doctors for prompt examination. If Piano Solo, "Two Larks" (LeachoI Is no unimportant person or involves such processes as can
: the case warrants the bureau announces tizky) "Polonaise in A" (Chopin-- I part of our servlciIt Is a total of escape detection or defy author-
i human
units antI their
co-opcnitlon is
the former soldiers will be :! .
Iris Epperson. the key to Its ",n,< ('r8". In Its> last : -
East for operations. I I "In addition to being guided by the au -
I Piano Solo, Hungarian[ Concert Pol- Arml.vsK poitiil tl'ii las are accommodations I' .
ka (Alfoldy] )-Ethel Griffin. performed fur our nvlirhhnra. I of least resistance and direct- -
I niSTINiL'ISIIEI VISITOR Piano Duet, Overture from Lusts- and friends. nml slmuld be so YCJI.Irded, 'I I' their efforts where success is more
rather than aliiI hired ser\lot* performed l the churches are moved by
I' pier (Kelcr Beta)-Iris Epperson, I )
Mons. Edward A. for an nb-j.-ntee emplojer. | \ deeper resentment-a resentment of
,; Pace Calls at Starke Ethel GriflTyi.AKKKSTED. 25
\ Postmaster leneral: Hubert Work. cent
1 j! on Hit Way to Augustine inability, or, more properly a
AND JAILED I I ) their refusal, to meet mod- \
Walk straight and you will not go I ( I 3
Mons. Edward A. Pace, of the faculty crooked. human conditions and successful-
of Georgetown University:, Washington Accomplices art' Being Searched For i compete with the Sunday amuse- ,
I D. C., was greeting friends> By Police Officers Never lend an umbrella. Say goodbye for public favor. : Want Ad
.t j here of his boyhood and later years, to it instead. "If this writer were compelled to | :
j Saturday. Edward, as his old) friends During the past few months there a choice of the two evils of dis :j;

j know him, will be remembered as the has been a large amount of depredation II Never cat pie with a knife. Use a I either with theatres or this '
I. eldest son of the late Geo. A. and, going on. Hundred of dollars saw if necessary. he would not hesitate to :II will sell a
i Mary Pace, who were among the active have been literally stolen and the desperado I 1, by the churches for a few cen- ,

founders of this town, and Is also has been running wild. The I| Many people are envied by those : J to come, but fortunately we are j .
I a brother of Chas. }<'. Pace, so well authorities have repeatedly warned who condemn them. l ) with no such evil alterna-1
and favorably known here, now holding the people about him, advising! of the I I I I I I Ii $$200 Horse
the position of financial clerk of methods by which he could be kept I II| Nothing is expensive that is worth i "The churches in this undertaking :
the U. S. Senate. away nnd for guarding against him. I I the price you pay. pursuing no new policy but are ,
, Mons. Pace received his higher education -' Through active work the scoundn-t i hanging on to an old and obso. I =
In the Catholic University at I has been captured. It has been found I I Some people are princes in name and discredited policy-a policy ] ora
, Rome, Italy, later pursuing his studies r that ha was stealing "pep," spreading and others by nature. resorting to regulate the perfectly .
in both Paris and Berlin, and hns I the propaganda' : of procrastination, I Distance is never great when yodon't I activities of mankind jn the ))
made quite! a number of trips to the telling business men "it can't be done"lie J count the steps. .iro..J..o'a. I i.'a' of happiness and health thru'j
r "old [I from the week-day grind' ; !
country. Ho delivered! the ser lit most generally known under --- ---- ; Car
) mon Wednesday lit St. Augustine, in the alias "Old 1 Man Hardtimos." | NOTICE TO VOTERSThe I 1 lire otfered on the Sabbath dny. I"j =
"This old world, and especially thi-i I .
connection with the consecration of Many farms are non-productive at : j 3
the Rt. Rev. Patrick Harry, I). IX, as this time because they are lying idle. 1 registration books of the Townof spot in this old world, hn< 1 I Ii
; bishop of the diocese of St. Augustine, All they need Is good red-blooded men I Starke will close May 13, 1922. | so fast and so far in the ] I or a .4
,: which took place in the historic cathedral to put them to going. Get these liabilities I Parties wishing to vote in the spe | dozen years that the churches ,:
one of the noted points of interest on the right side of the ledgerby I cinl election June 1st, should! see that ::| lost all touch with the present- | I t
.' in the Ancient City. listing your farm with the E. A. they are properly registered and have i I, man and woman, apart from the I '
About this auspicious event a special Strout Farm Agency. We will supplythe poll tax paid on or before May 13, I, generation whose habits of life 'I
dispatch from St. Augustine to man to make them productive. 1922. I living were formed under other : $$10,000

s t the Times-Union, April 20th, said: I need, 100 farms to advertise in myn'w Special attention of the ladies who ; : 1 and who, in the very na I' : ,
"Plans have been practically complete catalog. have not qualified is called to the / i ? of things, will continue to the i
d I a ttho cathedral rectory hero .G.} M. INMAN, above dates. ;; t ; I as they have lived in the past. I
for the consecratio nof the Rt. Rev. Representative E. A.. Strout Farm 1 C. A. FUTCII, I if the churches are to survive i

Patrick. Barry! I). D., at bishop of the Agency," Starke, Fla. 1t.1 Registration Officer, Town of Starke. to serve their great pur- i FarmWhat
t282t. i' they must turn from the setting
.r lioccse or St. Augustine, which important I j
religious event will take place A WOKI OF APPRECIATION to the rising sun, and they must '
in the historiccathedral Wednesday I HAn'OnnRuiford I< i i things clearly as they are and deal I :

I morning):, May 2, commencing at nine Sunday, April 30th, closed almost] a I humanity us it is and not as it
o'clorlc. I five month co-operntion with the MayW.. C. Cason wasa ; !! or us they would have it. :'
"Thu preliminary plans for the consecration Christian church in this city. During' visitor to Lake Duller Friday. I I churches are deserving of all !i i
have been thoroughly the first three months of my ministry I Willie Dowling, of Lake Butler"; was and full credit for having elim- ( i
I ranged! by Very Kev.! James ar-I, I the eo-onprntion and fellowship wa In' town one day last week. a :i' the saloon and all that it meant is more econ-
I rector of the cathedral, who has been I I all that any pastor could desire or demand. -I Dr. King, of Lake Butler- was a I our social and our economic life. I
assisted by Rev. William Parry, of :' These months of love and fel- professional visitor", here Friday. | the churches and the forces i omical and profitable -
Jacksonville, a brother of the incom I lowfihlp will be appreciated as long as Mrs. Jackson and baby, of Jacksonville I them must understand that I I
lug bishop, who came over from Jacksonville memory holds her empire.! who has been visiting here for they eliminated the saloon and I than a want
: several days ago for this pur But following the fire in the church several days, returned to her home that the saloons meant to a ma- I I
pose. the church leaders cancelled the Organ Saturday afternoon.V. of average humanity, they cre ad in this paper?

: "All of the tickets for the consecra evangelistic meeting, contrary to wish I II. Andrews was n visitor to II.. a situation and wrought a human ,
tion have been Issued, and the seatingcapacity and) judgment of the pastor and some I Lake Butler Monday. : which they have taken no steps What have you
: of I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch or fill.
of the cathedral will not only the more faithful members. Since and childrenof
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be taxed to the limit, but hundredsof then our fellowship has never been so Starke, were visiting relatives here churches ignore the fact also I'i to sell?
: additional chairs will be placed to hearty and manifest! as before. But Sunday afternoon.Mrs. humanity is not yet a mathemat- $

, 4 accommodate tho many friends. of withal, we love tho church, and believe Dekle, of Lake Butler, who perfect individual, or moral Ie nmtn Bishop Barry, both resident, and vis there are wonderful possibilities with has been visiting her for several days. ---

iting Catholics, and many of the non- in its reach under wise and competent returned home Sunday afternoon.Mr. m""U"ntmm. 'mmcnfl"nbRm"w..uunm..u.umm".n"'mnlD' ..1
; Catholics of St. Augustine and the leadership. We are glad to know that and Mrs. W. C. Whitten are being .
I state. a capable and competent man will fill congratulated on the arrival of a

"His grace, Most Kev M. J. Cur- the pulpit next Sunday. We sincerely daughter, born Saturday, April 29th. BUILD NOWThe
i: ley, I). D., archbishop of Baltimore, hope and pray that the church will MM. D. C. Cason is visiting rela-
I will be here as consecrator.of his successor keep him on the job, and stay on the tives in Jacksonville this week. ti.
as bishop of this diocese, and a job with him. Anti always remember, Clifton Roberts, of Worthington,
close friend and co-worker here for brethren, that discouragement and was visiting relatives in town Satur amount of building: throughout the country ia reported .
} many years. The assistant consecra- fault-finding is the paralysis of effort day.Mr. aa 168 per cent of that last year. Stocks of lumberat
i tors will be Rt. Rev. John James Mo- It la always understood by right and Mrs. Ben Roberts, of Dukes saw mills are much less than a year ago and the mills are
naghen, I). D., bishop of Wilmington, thinking ))people that a man who can were visitors here Sunday. I cutting at about the same rate as last year.
:, and Rt. Rev. William Turner, D. n., A. D. Andrews and Curtis Rosier
.' By the law of supply and demand there is no doubt that
bishop of Buffalo. The consecration SEED CORN, COWPEAS, VELVET were visitors to Lake Butler Monday prices of all kinds of building material will advance in the
afternoon. I
sermon will be preached by Mons. E.
BEANS, MILLET, CRASS SEED, SOR. .... near future.
' A; Pace of the faculty of the Catholic CHUM. For immediate Charles Register, of Lake Butler, .
: University of) Washington." I seasonable Field and Vegetable.hipm.nt.Seed All. attended the union meeting here Sunday of We have just received 4 car loads of lumber, have more
,I? I Writ. for Price Li.t and Catalogue. Our at the Baptist church. bought and coming and are in position to furnish you prac-
PUPILS' RECITAL beautiful and instructive Miss Pinholster, of Brooker, attended tically everything needed for (building in lumber, sash,
catalogue U
i: free and give valuable Information the union meeting Sunday. doors, hardware, roofing, brick, lime and cement at prices
: The piano and voice pupils of Mrs. I farming and gardening for Florida and on Friends of Mrs. Mary R. Jones will ,' will look low in a few months
V Mabel Wall will give a recital a !tthe the south. Write to I be sorry to learn of her illness at the |
,, I ut today for special I If you contemplate building our best advice is "DO IT
Baptist church Thursday> evening. price on your iced requirement Our home of her daughter, Mrs. A. D. An- : I :: NOW."'
t ,. May 4th! at 8 oVIork. complete stock' will enable.> to supply drews. She has many friends! who ... '

The following program will he ren you to advantage in price and quality I wish her a speedy recovery. fe, ,, '

Oldest and Largeit Seed .
: Hou. in Fla. I .
I'lano'Du'et' ; "A Little Waltz Song' 202-206 E. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. Highland .. STARKE FLA.
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i morning, Only three changes from the I spoke at tho courthouse to large au I I store. And thn moat spectacular feature .

formt'i time table has been made. No. diences. POSTAL IMPROVEMENTWEEK I of nil is tho arrangement the Gaiety .

1"., limited, Jacksonville to Tampa Theatre has mad with the publishers

Bits of LocalInformation I reai, lu-s Starke at 2l.ri: p. m, instead CHRIS'lIAN CHURCH NOTKSWt \ IS OBSERVEDMay of Movie Weekly, the UK New 1 n

fJ of :3:1:!: p. m., as formerly. No. 2, tho York motion picture magazine. to publish

early morning train for Jacksonville, had a helpful county eoimnlionat the picture of the winner for circulation
re.uhi-s Starke at 5:19: a. m. instead throughout the United States
Long Bridge Sunday, and now weexveet 1 Sees Inaugurated First
j of I lab:' : a. m., as before. No. 1, mid. and Cunada, provided they can secure .-
to push the !local gospel work .
.....IeJyf Omr T*.ft. 7..i.r. ar4 T i night, train, reaches Starke one hourlater school General Campaign of an artistic photograph of her that Is
__ fa .*. ..*+ .rf rove,, with vigor. Our Sunday attendance -
than formerly The full time tho editors.
satisfactory to
Kind in Service.
contest\ begins next Sunday fore
I table will bo found elsewhere in tho There are seven of the! contestants
noon at 10 o'clock. At 11 I o'clock a I
.. -- -- .... I Telegraph unique chart sermon will be preached in the mixand it will bo hard to pick ,
Mrs John Phillips of Then-ami I Without the l'nIlL.I Son-lee' business the winner from the number.They 1\
was .1I,1I..n Bluzc-s, sir on tho subject, "How to Read! the Bible among
,I visitor( to Starke Monday.A I __ __._-.__ GRIFFIS-MANUS so as to Enjoy It." At H o'clock I, would Itingtilsli In it ..In,'. HIU! be at it are, Misses Maggie\ Dekle, IrH.

Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines of Lake m., the sermon subject will be landsIll! In ii \\ "I'k. Public opinion Epperson, Ethel: Griffin, Audrey Johns .
born to :Mr. I Mr. Joe Griffls and Miss p. j would dip of dry r-'t.' Sectional lmtr. son was and Mrs N. Hutk-r, were visitors to Starke last Maud II. "What if J"8USI.'ro to Como t to : KoMnelte, CInra Mac ShePurd, !,

T. Ritch ]last Sunday mOl'ning.Porto week, and while hero attended tho ball Manus were married by Judge R. A. Starke?" This will bo followed. n week I, or prejudice' ,only' would flourish mid Leila Supp.Tho J.
Green in his office last I j narrow-nilinhMnetui thrive. .
!game between Lake Butler on Tuesday contest opened last/ Tuesday
and Starke later by tho subject, "What if the It I Is the illstlmtlvp burlnens
Rico potato plants at Kick tea II1S. night at 10 o'clock. Devil Were to Coma to Starke ?" I hlKKOHt night closes Saturday, !May 2th) and !
In tlio world 1 tile
It to
and comes nearer
htei's. Mr. Griflls is a prosperous and esteemed the winner will be announced Tuesday \1
You will find all of these subjects Innermost Intercut of a ereiiter mini- .
young farmer of the Boat- Airy' : 23rd.
P. A. Scott returned from Ormond drain interesting indeed, and highly profitable \ I I her of men and women than any other'
while his bride is the '
Mrs J. E. Wilson of Gainesville, Sunday afternoon, after spending two charming and we invite you most heartilyto I Institution mi parti) No private luinlI JOE KAHMAN'S COURT '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. days visiting his son and. daughter, hear them. Wo need you presence I ors, however widespread. touches so
J. D. Manus, who recently bought thu IN LIMELHJIir: : AGAIN:
L Wall. W. A. and Miss Doris Scott who are aixl! you will need tho instruction and many ores' so often or sharply ; no
Perry Ncwsom farm, about two miles ( Municipal Judge Joe Earman's: tribunal
teaching; there. I (church reaches into no anvils.I .
southeast of Starke. Her former homo inspiration. of West Palm Beach got, into the
Judge A. V. Long and son, Augustus I flutter so many 1>11111.- .. hug HO ninny 1'

was Edville, Ky., nnd during her short I limelight again tho other day as the
of Palatkn, spent tho first of the Tho Maypole dance will be held Satjurday residence hero has made many friends. COL. PI<:EIC WITHDRAWS human beings uopemlent on Irs mints result of n conversation between two

week hire. j at afternoon four o'clock. the park beginning The friends of the young couple I !"Postal rut Ions.. Improvement Week" has prisoners in the box during tho court

Ice cream, cake extend their good wishes When solicited to be a candidate for been sot for Miiy 1, l h\ I IIH' PostmastcrGeneral session.' The remark of ono of the
Mrs. Chas. R. of [ and candy will be !
Ensey, Jackson. sold.! The dance
I county commissioner, as citizen's duty Thin 1M l the Q"H'i general. campaign prisoners in reply to this query\ of another
\ille, spent Friday with Mrs. T. N. ,I will begin at G o'clock. MKTIIOPISTBrother I I reluctantly consented, provided! no nf Its kltitl In the rnMiit Sorvli-o was n time-honored wheeze, but .

lambnugh. other qualified man would offer. On I for several delude'' Unilties men! It was Htilllcient to throw the eprcGtfora
,I Mr. and Mrs. II.[ L. Brownlce and and their' orKHitl/iitluns, IlIrlt" user of .
and force Chief of
same day my name was given to the int olin uproar !
son, Hugh ,Jr. Perryman, our well-loved] I tli.. mall. I. nOWSIIllh'rs. motion picture,
..1.I A. J. McKinney, of SnmpKon, was :| Mary Bro+vnlcu and another Police I Frank Matthews to duvofe several
I printer candidate's
and efficient! has namo was : ndvcrtlHiTH, and' ,ihe cut're' oritanl/n-;;
:Miss Free superintendent, gonu
Starke the first of tho week bus- Wynn motored home from ,
in on I
DeLand for tho summer, but God's work must' handed in, neither of us knowing the tlon of ,''t-rt.OiH: ,post.11, : worker. ,* lire to hoI moments to rai'ping. for order .
""' other was offering./ enlisted!!! In fhU >'onnm-nldp\ i-nnipnlKn piitiouers wcro
I go on. Come find help us. Our sub .
visit with
Col. and !Airs J. E. of Intercut In postnl. Improvements.Your tried! on charges of intoxication when
ject'for I fully appreciate the wish of
Futch. study in tho Sunday school many
carpenters lire busy remodeling And I
help Is vila I Address your let. one remarked to his Rrntmnh.
I for next Sunday is a groat Every to place mo in a r(81)onMihlIOKiLi1I\ ''
one. -
i "pairing F. L. Turner's cottage on ten plainly' with pen or typewriter.Glv "Dill I hear your boss Is sick and
man, woman, toy And girl should to help manage county affair ,but .. .
Went Call street The dairy force at the State Farm street address. Spell out name hl\.lll high [aver last night; how's, his
have caught two wildcats of large size be interested in [it. really want no public om".,. Under of State, don't jhbrevUte.. Put your todnvT"
At the eleven delude hour the the circumntnnces I hereby withdraw return aildrres In the upper left hand temperntiDO(>
[P. E Cuilova, Sr., returned Tues They are in good condition and the pastor ] "I've
I "I don't know; was tho reply'
will with thanks to tho friends whothought corner of envelope (not on the back)
Buy from a business trip dawn the I pair will be sold for 'lr. Now is the again preach on a subject in I and always look .it your letter before 1 been in j Jail all night. and It ain't for
harmony with tho Sunday school ]lesson they could! assure my election.C. .
Ellsl\ Const.The time to start your menagerie./ dropping the ni.nl I ta( see If It Is me to any, for ho died this morning." ,
I I : "War No Iort'." Do you think I,. PEEK. properly addresnecl This care In the

W. C. T. U. will meet next The fret sweet corn of the season that the dream of the prophet and use of the mails I le for your benefit and I I'I.OIUlI.lUl S THIS Ol'IKN( : l'+

Tuesday afternoon nt four o'clock, at brought to Starke for sale, came in poet will ever come true ? Come next m\I\: Hit Tit UN" ClllmlTU: speeds up the ditp.itch and deliveryof Hilt TIIOSKIIO IIITSTLWVillis '

thi Methodist church. Wednesday, grown by n. S. Hum Sunday and let us think on these! mall matter.If I
I I things/ I you have any complaints of poor .
phrey, of Starke. ItVa!! sold to (In effect( Ai'ril 30, 11)2:2): ). ,' service make thorn to your postmaster. \ Powell. genial] secretary of ,
Miss Nvlle Roberts, of Lawtey, is ,, Griffin & Johns, who resold it in ashoit We gather again for worship at S Simlhliouml. i iNo. I He /has I Instructions to Investigate them I lie Chamber: of Commerce of l.akoounty ,

spending the week with her sister while.Hinny o'clock in the evening.EIGHTH 1 reaches Starke) nt 11 : i0.1 1'. in. and report{ to the dep.ntment.COURTESY, < is responsible for tins ono. An ; a
Mrs F.. L. Bigg. --- I -- --- him from thn North '
No. 3, 10:5! n. m. old man wrote
:!\ strawberries
are being! No. 21, Cedar Key Train -1:58: p. m. f Hull he linil a littlo money and a small .I

E M. Tutch, formerly of Lnwtey, shipped to nearby points. Beans, No. 15, t.innte.1, 2:15: p. in. I I II pension and wanted to upend his. dt>- ,
now of Oklimar, paid our office/ an squash cucumbers and Irish potatoes For May 12: 8 p. m. I ; lining yearn in a land whern nature
appreciated: visit Tuesday. are also Ieingscnt away in large Duet, Charge of Uhlans (Bohm) ;NorthboundNo. I Powell has
'J arrives Slaiko 5:19!! It sticks In human relations liku was kind! liu came. Mr.
Mrs. J. F. Canova and Miss -j : a. m.
and N.
quantities B. Hull is kept bm.yfilling Rosa tho letter from
Inters The just received following
No. i at dOG portage stumps on
: m.
Build system and feel fine orders for sweet potato plants. p. 1 2
up your
iton.Short POST OFFICK )DEPARTMENT: \ expect the :
I No. :UO!(), Cedar Key( Train 8:17\ a. m.
all the time Tanl.ic. Tur -- play Among the Fairies.
by taking
: It to bo used by Its pnstmastrm "Two years ago Innt Christina I
ner's Drug Store, Starke. T. T. Murphy, formerly of Thores- Recitation, "Land of 1.II'rty"-Lei. No. Ifl(i, Limited 5:55: p, m. and! employees in dealing with the cnme to Uimitillu in Lake county j
sa, now of Larkins of the la Sapp. \Vaniiee Brunch
manager public. .
R S. and Ernest Griffls, of Ralford, Dado County Baseball League, was Salut a Pcsth (Kowalski)-RosaLevilon. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:1": I: II, 111.I Help them in Its ti"i> beginning/ Sin.< o then th"1)for I have bought enough more' places than
1 office Wed renewing acquaintances in Starke I No. 101 arrives Stnrke 3:15: p. m. with POSTAL IMPROVEMENT l : and 1 sold \ 1
paid our a pleasant visit
I T. J. GRIFFIN U 1..1' '<:1,, Mny 111,. IUJ'JTHANK\ :. II paid for !them t to pay for 1,01)0) ucresof ,
nesday. Wednesday lie is on a visit to Mrs. Song: "In This Town Inml. Tho Income from the plan
I JT. U. Trient and other relatives at Class poem1Vo are the Workers." I Agent.
labor improvement.,
"IIi,1Ill, costs of ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. I*. McLurin\ of Lake 1 ThoresHO.A Knsays on Industries and Cant! Men \ YOU I
Geneva, were /guests last week of their Presentation of Class-Prof. Benj. William C. Burning, of Brooklyn N. I ('HUM of seventy can do nx well UK Mint r'' i

laughter, Mrs. O. L. llaynes. much needed shower greeted our B. Lune.Presentation. Y., who has been spending a week whiit ought a y"ung1111111 to do". lleni -

I planters last Friday evening ? Someo / of diplomas and address with hi s niece, Mrs Ado Saucrx, has i flood i times are just ahead of us, "I '\' :Merrill." 1'loridniruwer.:

Why mope. around, half sick and flbe benefits from this rain were by Supt. II. B. Wiggins returned! home. but they neeni to In- moving about, nx _.. .--- -.-----.
listless when health and strength are nullified by tho chilly weather that Song, "Fight for Old Bradford" fast as we do.OPULAR I

yours for t the asking Turner's Drui followed. Sunday morning, the last Recitation. in concert, "Together to Owing to circuit court business,
overcoats. to hand In the mmiitus! of the cumrnis.siorll'rs' Iillth; : rEN1'vonD'
('O-UITTtJI: ; : 'I'l l hL1'r K 1.: II
The regular meeting/ of the Minis I'AKKNT-TK.U'HER ASSOCIATION:I May meeting. Tliey will appear

terial Union will be held at St. Mark's If you suffer from biliousness, con.atipntion iii our next Ixxue, .

10.30 hend.ithe, nervousness, sal. _-- --. Unusual interest is being displayed. I
rectory next Monday at : a. m. Last Thursday evening at the school
I low complexion, loss of appetite, bad auditorium, Prof. B. B. Lane presiding STATE: FAKM :hl'Nim; ;: :SCHOOL in tho Popular Girl; Context now lining!! .. 1

C, P. Johns, of Jacksonville, bus I taste! in mouth Tanlac and Tanlac the following officers were fleeted conducted !liy the (:iiiiety Thealie. Illy WAN'1'1:1Ituxinesx--' --:- -- partner with

been visiting relatives in Starke thin Vegetable Pills will certainly straighten in the Parent-Teachers Association The Farm Sunday si lino! had 1111-1 I nut at all Mtrange, that this particular rush See or write Walter ('..1- 'I
week /I you out. Turner's Drug Store, for the ensuing/ year: other enthusiastic KeRl Stnrke.I President, Mrs. W. E. Middleton. at 2:30 I p. m., classes being well at- popularity contest idea in ilxclf {is not ""II. "

N. G. Hayes a prominent citizen of i I I Vfce{ President, Geo. W. Alderman. I tended. An outstanding feature was ne\
the Brooker section, had business in I I Mr. and !Mrs.\ DeWitt C. Jones, !Airs\ Secretary, Miss Eva Powell. the rendition of an appropriate selection thin ono It iteeins that the winner will condition; self starter and spot, .p l

Starke Monday. 1\. Z. Adkins, :Misses Jeannette Matthews Treasurer Miss Olive Ray. entitled "Whom Suy Ye I Am" by be u very fortunato young InJvI"! light. :Alga W. C. Powell, Starke. 1

Marguerite: Shriver went to The seventh grade delightfully entertained I one of the inmates. This furnished n the first place, a season tiiket to thoiiiiety 4-2H-21* __

E. K. Perryman left Saturday for I I Jacksonville Tuesday to hear the famous the patrons with the splendid text for o talk by Rev. Proctor (: Theatre is n (prize much\ to bcoveted. with first
IIi The 101-1 and Mitch. Class nut only 1 l'C1it SALi: 1 Jersey cow
Galveston, Texas, where he will pitch Gallicurci nil' party returned lowing : Superintendent l. Thtwinner gets
program Will wall. lit aImuruin
ball for the Texas League home that night by automo Song-Class. sessions were followed by one of the I that but Ulan the beautiful while Ivory i"lIlt. 2 millon milker I
/ I W. Manning
bile. Violin solo-Miss Gussie Mae Ben bent song service! ever held lit the I municuriwt, .1"11111. l I.y Turin "i'4 Apply' to I II I u*

Mrs. W. E. Middleton and son, Gerald nett. Faiuti. Deacon J. M. Kite, of Gainex- !i Drug/ Stun-, now on ell.I'j, III' *nl'' Siark. (o'h,. .r;,

returned home Sunday from Jacksonville L. II. Partridge of Watertown, is Soli*--Miss Marguerite; Shriver. villa, was with us, giving a short! address I I

after n stay of two weeks. ,I now the manager of the Consumers Duet-Misses Mary Canova and and expressed warm IIflpr"vlI,1, 1tGf i.'itllCftbfltOrofdCdCltUGJtDt30lSDfAS01fli3ipOlIDIDmQJ10@! OfflDmmtAtQSIlQmflmlIDt3DlfCgltll'raI: '! t
Lumber Company's business in Starko Florence Andrews. of the Sunday R'huol.1'1 1 singing! j

The Woman's Club will meet next i i He is an affable/ and energetic business Song Class. Hev. J. C. Teeter Stare Chaplain

Wednesday, afternoon nt four o'clock man, who will not only hold butalso Delightful refreshments were serv heM 1 services in the morning and was

\ nthe council room of the city hull. I increase the business of the com ,i ed. There will be another meeting on present at Sunday H
)pany. His family now at Lake City :May 15th at R p. m. Everybody, and prayer. ,i .
J. F." Colley, who has been in busineRs j will soon move to Stnrka.j especially all patrons, are invited to I
Mrs. J. P. Robinson, of Jacksonville, >
for some months in Ellington, re- ] be pr<'llent. !
turned home Sunday and has resumed!i UNVEILING: OF MONUMENTOn : end R. L. Lewis of Jasper! spent HIVrral I

days this week with Mr. arid ['rx. I
his business here. COLSON Mgr.
I the fourth Sunday of this month J. C. Robinson. I I .

Miss Hilda Struth spent several W. O. W. Camp 138, of Starke, will cards of several new candidates I

days of this week in Jacksonville and conduct an unveiling ceremony at the appear in the Telegraph this week, as The golden rule Is a good one to j STARKE FLORIDA (

while there attended the GalliCurciconcert. grave of the late Sovereign Clayton follows: follow, but most people object to trail

: Scarborough, at about 1:30: p. m., at For State Attorney, D. M. Bole, of Ing along behind. I aAOlatIDt llCm tlilQt t m1R "Hmm.mmW> t00i .

Elzey Chapel, about 5 miles beyond Gainesville.For --- --,, --

Mrs. J. W. Brown returned to her Lake Butler towards Worthington. County Commissioner DistrictNo. '.J1< .At.

home in Eustis Monday, after spend An invitation is extended to all campsin 2, L. R. Edwards.For :-.J' r,
weeks with her mother Bradford and Union counties, or
ing several County Commissioner District '

Mrs. F. C. Haislop. elsewhere, and the public generally, No. 3, S. J. Prescott. When You By CheckYOU
to be present at these exercises.J. For Member School Board District( Pay

Mrs. E. K. Perryman is in Jackson W. MORGAN, No. I, L. W. Kickliter.

ville visiting Miss Mary Solomon, and Clerk All Friends Camp, 138. For Member School Board DistrictNo. KEEP ACCOUNT OF WHAT YOU SPEND. ,d I

while there attended the Gallicurcl 3, Chesley Fogg.
concert. CHANGE OF S. A. L. SCHEDULE For Supervisor of Registration C. You know where you stand. I

R. Sapp.
Ava Lou and Jim Poppell came up A new schedule of arrival of Seaboard Judge R. A. Green requests the Telegraph

from Bonita Springs Monday and are trains was inaugurated Sunday to state that he has decided to

visiting their grandparents, Mr.\ and TlJfJCI be a candidate for representative, Without a Checking Account i

Mrs. James Poppell. group 2, and that his announcementwill '

Professor of geography, B. II. S.- MANURE CHEAP money* keep disappearing in driblets and much of it can not be ac :
What lake In Florida] is most frequently I Prompt Shipment I CANDIDATES your ;ft
counted for when check
mentioned The entire classHOWS L. W. BERCMANN.so HERE you up.

Flo.. Boo ZID 5'0'_ A _
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..,,' :Monday was a lively day for Starkeas

HALL'S THIS MEDICINK? will the county boards met on that day We invitefyou to open a checking account with us.
*, whit we claim tor lt-rl.1 your eYdtem and the circuit court convened. Hon.
of Catarrh or IMafnoM cauyml by catarrh. /( \\' ",: tn a rcmiiiy: Ci ll<1 I Frank Clark congressman for thi OF STARKEPaying
ratommeiid It fur any BANK
We do not
other dleeseeHAWB' : : : ,.,,,.iiiini,'.' )'. ,'n r -t'.:1'..i' L'' ..v, ..:.:.I,.1"rR.p-'i I t.> ..."igv0", "n. .",**.. I district and candidate to succeed .
TAmn gctrthroueh :: : ,. /f If S 4M0y elf, and lion. RobertV.. Davis M,..
I'qUld, taken Internnli.. and Y1P n r". .,1 IS check safer
"rfLcU O. .. by check i i. ea. Paying by is
the blond upon tlm mucous jovi..v'' .iK'V: ->" 'ga Clarke in the y.
opponent both of
the .yalPm ttwy .edudln/ the :1."ma. ..' '" ,'.. *>>co. '. i \ aa.
'lion and ...alltl nil Nature In nawrlnr .. '.,.r.nrni'nrWn.ri.nnr* !,,. .;. '" '?..'nf* I Gainesville, took advantage of the I E. S! MATTHEWS, Pre CEO. C. WHITE, Ca hier
normal conditions./ -
All Circulars "*... nluA't i" : cr. great influx of people to Starke to do - -
DriiKKtiti.Ct..on.y'A fi' 1" ':'dn. Ohio. -- - - - -V *'II6IJ1l I
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./ I v 'W. C. T. U. COLUMN r that congressmen may know how Murray Thomas spent the week-end

I i '.................................-........................-...........-...... many of us there are with relatives and friends in, Lake i
: 1i 1- -- .1 I "Such an association has been form- flutter and Starke s ,

Bradford EDMONDS: DENOUNCES: : THOSE I Il'dylth branches in many states. Its D. L. Clyutt, candidate for memberof
i ; : With The WHO SEEK THE DEFEAT OF 'membership, already large includes school board was a business Visitor i
THE MtoiunrnoN LAWS women and men prominent in the pulpit to Lake Butler Saturday

o I l' i Farmers I .- in business: and the professions, I Miss Jiubu Pinkston, of Bland, visited
i'i'i County [I In a scathing denunciation of thoseI in society and in politics." friends in this! community Sun

.1.1.j I who are seeking to break down the "Cowardly Surrender"Men .

I I......................................................-............................. prohibition laws of this country R. I I ; and women who allow their day.J.. J. Bielling/ of Providence, was

I bj 1 : II. Edmonds, editor of The Manufacturers -(' be in connection with I here business
,.j{ I. L l 9 names to used on : Friday ,.
; I Ir | Record, last night/ told members -i such propaganda :Mr.! Edmonds said 1, Earlo Peoples, student at the University -
) COUNTY ACKNTS': KEI'OKTS !i serious pests do not occur in this of the Men's club of the First I I
r I are fostering:: the growth of anarchy spent the week-end with his
i state. Tho board therefore, repealed i Baptist church, that widespread influ- and Bolshevism in this country. "The parents.
Lake,Montverde-l'Vrndale truck i I the rule governing inspection of Flor- ences are at work not only to set aside ,: '
red (
the visited relatives
1' I i rankest Bolshevist waving lag i I Mrs. Eugene Duglass -
" ( growers association' organized last I Ida-grown strawberry plants but will the Volstead act but to declare invalid against this government could not I at Providence :Saturday:; and Sunday HEALTH IS VITALHere
: fall Is loading vegetables cooperatively continue to require inspection and certification otner legal and moral laws. .
; .,' possibly> do as much damage to the na l .
lots. I of strawberry plants shipped Mr. Edmonds the is How Take
". and shipping carload was principal ) tion's welfare a9 have the men who Seeber Stokes attended the baseball | to Proper Care of ItCovington
/\i Heretofore they hauled their produce to Florida from other states. speaker at the club's dinner at the have signed this statement" he des game at Starke Wednesday Ky.-"For a long time I
''L about 30 miles and accepted what they Hotel Seminole banquet room, at clarcd. I Jim Mott of nfternoon'l have used Dr. Picrco's Pleasant Pellet
association at SOME FARM HINTS FOR MAY which there than hundred for biliousness and !constipation to
I could get. A similar : were moro one I my
Mr. Edmonds said that when men business visitor here Friday. infliction.,
entire 1 have also
! /. Mascot is also making wonderfulprogress. I members present with E..11. and women admit their country is unable -I|I Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Roberts, of Lake tho same to other people recommended who-,
:: May is said to be the farmer's busiest -I Faxon, president of the .club, presid! I to enforce one of its laws they I|I Butler, attended the cemetery working I' have later thanked me for telling them
month. In of that '1 .
things those'l'lcasant
speaking ing. of all' about Pullets' Just tnkcthem
'r might as well advocate repeal / at Ft. Call Friday.
, .r' St. JohnsIn dub review this. week demand urgent attention on the farm II Today this country Is facing the :1 luws. lIe Raid tho Volstead act was I Leonard Summers, of Providence, is C'I'rtuin.-Mrs.ncconliiiK; to directions A. Walker and, rolici 1325Banklirk
\' i 1 three boys have won three-day camping at this time, Professor J. M. Scott most dangerous crime wave in its his- ': adopted us a law only.after mature passed through here Wednesday enroute St.

i ,,i trips. George Heath of Hastings/ lof the Florida Experiment Station, tory, Mr. Edmonda d..cla red. However| discussion and that its passage and to Starke. Const ipation is at tho root of most ail-
\l. perfecting a machine that will dig, says: this is not due to the Volstead net, he adoption followed the lines of proced- r' Denzil Thomas visited friends at I ments. \ou can avoid half the ills in Ill,'

" I I pick and grade Irish potatoes in a "May is a tftno when nil growing said, but is the result of a conditionthat I lire prescribed for such action. I Five Mile Saturday afternoon. by Your taking neighborhood!; Dr. Pierre's druggist Pleasant' baa them Pellet'' U

I vingle operation. I crops need attention. It is usually the has been growing for years. lie "It Is cowardly surrender to criminals {I J. C. Adkins of Gainesville, candidate small vials, convenient to carry-cusy: to
I I dry time of the season. Hence all the cited facts and figures showing/ that I whenmen, of America declare this I for states attorney of this judi- take, fried 25c

.f I I Putnam -Induced one grower to let i growing crops need constant and thor lawlessness in this country is far country cannot enforce its laws," he cial circuit, was greeting friends in I - --- .
" 'I a me show him how to make a stock ough cultivation which is necessaryt greater than elsewhere in the civilized asserted. "No wonder tho wave of this section Thursday. I
\1 I solution of bordeaux mixture which moisture. Then too dur- world. Gainesville spent last week here the
oconxcrve crime sweeps the land. No wonder i I Walter KnigruV-of Gainesville visited
i saves hiitu$10 for each spraying, and ing-thin-rtry/ month Is an excellent time Quotes' Advertisement property rights and human right are friends in this community Sun-I'I /guest of his grandparents, Mr. and

\ f he has been muking seven spraying in 1 to kill grass and weeds> that take both Mr. Edmonds read a copy of an advertisement disregarded.. Woe betide a nation when : day. Mrs. J. B. Thomas.

J I a season. I plant food and moisture from the recently appearing in a men make such a statement as that. I i J. S. Brown made a business tripto Mrs. S. I. Prescott and children

soil I Baltimore newspaper as follows: They might as well advocate the repeal Lake Butler recently. spent the week-end at Gooter Pond,

Osceola-Truck crops are being "If crops are not growing well, due, "Consider these facts, Mr. Citizen. of laws against burglary, murder Desmond Dukes of Dukes, was in guests of her brother, Wade Starling.Mr. (.

whipped from this county now. Wo it seems to lack of plant food give a I Then act! and other acts of violence. Every man this community Sunday.Dr. and Mrs. Frank, Reynolds, of

a are in the midst of the shipping sea top dressing/ nitrate of soda or sulphate "The Volstead law la: visionary, Unnecessarily who signs such a petition or advertisement J. M. Mann was a professionalvisitor Graham, spent Saturday and Sunday

,: "i.I son Cucumbers potatoes, peppers_ of ammonia at the rate of 150 drastic! ineffective and, I deserves to be pilloried before hero Thursday.N. with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

j and beans are leading. pounds: to the acre. I blasphemous. No appropriations ofj j' the public for giving help and counte-// II. Stokes was transacting business B. Thomas.
be lar to criminals against na at We are sorry to report the illness
If your peanut crop is not planted, public money can possibly nance I Worthington Saturday.G.
; Polk-In spite of the very dry season ground should be prepared and the )j enough to provide for even a semblance tion." I A. Epperson and Supt. O. L.'Mi- of Mrs. Lucy Prevatt.Dr. .

'! 'r? we are keeping up with our cultivation crop planted at once. of enforcement. It has made Sees netter BusinessMr. zelle of Lake Butler, were among the Bishop of Alachun and Dr.

/I and spraying, especially for "Sweet potatoes, one of our Important I law-breakers of a large proportion of I Edmonds who, with !Mrs. Ed- I vlstiora here last week.B. Middleton, of Starke were professsional
v; watermelon and citrus. crops should be planted not our population, and is helping to create monds, has been spending the winterat E. Brown is on the sick list this 1 visitors here Saturday.

or. later than this month. Some advise I a nation of liars sneaks and hY- his home in Daytona, is optimistic week. Those guests at the home of Misses
Gadsden-Our bull-association ideais not to plant until June or July. However pocrites. The illicit liquor traffic, regarding the business future. He I Olson Thomas visited relatives at Rhoda and Alva Thomas Sunday afternoon

gaining in popularity. Wo expect you will find that sweet potatoes I wijh! its new types of crimes and criminals -, declared that the nation has passed' LaCrosse Saturday and Sunday. were Misses Ruby Greene, of

; to have a block organized soon at planted in May will yield a much lar- is a result of it. It fosters dope safely over the period of "hard times" Buck Driggers, of Lake Butler, was Pine Hill Atha Opal and Beulah
,: Gretna. (Five cars of interested farmers ger crop than if planted Inter and druRs. It Is a departure from and depression and that the next in this section Thursday. Lewis and Ollie ,Kelley, Messrs. Byrd

I'' i I attended a dairy lecture in Talla- "Do not forget the home lI'arden.1 the principles of liberty laid down by I months will see a great business revival Misses Johnnie and Trumie Rimes and Reynolds of Graham, Evan hedge
,1,1, hasHce Wednesday. This should supply the vegetables for our fathers and is an unwarranted have returned home after a three of Pine Hill, Eugene' and Hugh Butler

1'1' the family table. Every farm table .1 invasion of personal rights. Its fail months visit with relatives in South Crosby, Ray Andrews, of Brooker,
Walton-Our farmers are shipping should be abundantly supplied with J ure Is breeding a disrespect for nil I MILLER Florida. Roy and Willie Forsyth Purvis Lew

I truck crops co-operatively and are re vegetables from its own home garden law in the minds of our people-a serious ie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds of

I ceiving satisfactory prices They are I "What about the hay crop for tho I j national menace. Miller, May 5.-Rev. Major; of Lake |I ZIFF Graham, Mr. and Mrs Harry Howard -

also buying/ sweet potato plants cooperatively. coming year? Now U n good time to I II "It will be repealed if those opposed Butler, preached, an intersting sermon' I Mr. and Mrs, Reddick Thomas

: I I plant May crops, such as beggar-weed/: ,, to it will join our association and t oa large congregation Sunday at Ft. ZifT 1IayLlttll! Fred Shaw, of and Mrs. R. P. Lewis.
:JI --- I cowpeas and crab grass. Break the | n ____ .. .. .._. .. ___
Dado-Gave my entire time and en- I land, well and leave it leveled so that i .
;.. orgy to the local milk campaign cooperating I the mower will run over it later without H TTS M '1 ""P
with the home
demonstration any trouble;
forces ,
>' Orange-We are at the height of f

+'1 our cucumber! shipping! 'season right I i I Sorehead kills-many chickens and I First to establish the
: now, I
I'I stunts the growth of those that survive -!'
it, besides reducing the number !
Citrus-Melon /growers are spraying of eggs/ laid by pullets. What can be
for disease and Inset enemies. q022
j done? This has been answered as';' price"Usco'
Two-thirds of tho crop will be sprayed,
follows by the poultry specialist of .
according to directions of the
county '
the College of Agriculture, University -
agent. 'I
,, of Florida
;y ;, lIuSoto-'Ve are organizing a home "Sorehead losses have been reducedin 1E makers of U. S. field (now that the season prom

i market for Arciniia.STKAWHKUUY I the last few years by adding flour I' U'! ; Tires made thisannouncement ices business from the American
w .. of sulphur to the feed of growing last car-trwned), it is worth remember t'+ a

,. I PLANT INSPECTION : Block. At the beginning' of the sea- i d4 ink that "Usco" showed its good oaf;;
S1: November- f
I ,
son when sorehead usually faith by announcing this price
J. add 1 pound of (flour of sulphur to every "Hereafter the price of the last fall. o r I

,k ;i At its April meeting;:; ; the state plant 100 pounds> of mnsh. This will be 30x3Vi' 'Uscy" is $10.90.:' The same Intent to serve that ,

J board the rule which helpful In several way, one of whichis has mada"Usco"astondardt'altee
,{i;: i repealed required The lowest price ever quoted on
1.. I the inspection and certification of.l by keeping the birds in conditionto a tire of quality reputation and for years. ,
Floridagrown'strawberry plants before pass through the sorehead period. standard {
) performance. The "Usco" Tire et
cs never
v nt ,,
.1 more quickly and safely. The middleof
i, shipment. The inspection of the
better than it Is today-with
: I Ma y Is the time to begin this treatment
strawberry plants coming into Florida -
And with the of its established quality, its y' f
: now, opening
ifJ.. Feed this medicated mash to
from other states is still requir .
'f. I ed. all the poultry that have never had Spring;, there seem to be quite a time-tested performance, ?4yq; !+ta J ,
i i itires"
f sorehead. Chicks that had number of "New and Special and its price closely fig'iircd nYt '
Knowing that certain it last
pests occasion in tune with the '
coming into the market in s .
i great loss and damage to strawberries year will not be subject to It this or times. ; ; '
the $10.90 price range. f :
in states next year. I (
to the north and 4'
i fearing that these same pests were I "If, in this flock to which you are Perhaps you are wondering just l rt
'. present in this state the plant board giving sulphur a case of sorehead appears what there can be either "new"or h i(

has heretofore required the inspection add 2 pounds of sulphur to every "special" about these tires. k1 h S

, / of all strawberry plants, whether produced 100 pounds of mush.! Sulphur It can't be the $10.90 price- t +i
y 4:. .",f in Florida or elsewhere. : should be given all summer at least "Usco" established that five s '

1 Repeated and extensive inspections for 100 days after beginning in May. months ago. ,

'i of strawberry plnntings for the last I "When sorehead appears, apply carbolated Nor futility reputation and fr, (,' ti: ,( ,.
'. several years have shown that these vaseline on the warts or ulcers stantlardperformanceforittakesmore r

1 about the head. than. one full season for any ,ter'
/ W CALOMEL MAY TURN I "There is vaccine used in
.j' a some new tire to demonstrate where ': ;
ON YOU NEXT TIME states with good results and, If given it stands: in quality and value j- tY
I ample funds> the State University maybe
I'S4, Nut !Done You Take May Salivate able to later supply it. Till that on 1
t r ROIl Start a World of Trouble I time we must depend on the persistent With so many tires rushij1l'n > h r ,11 ,;f
ing\ into this $10.90 7 1
'I' use of sulphur. syA
: P
Calomel is mercury; ; quicksilver. It LV.

: "I crashes iota scur bile !ice! dynirnlte, A good way to kill off a windbag

( I cramping and sickening you. Calomel Is to encourage him to talk himselfto United States Tires __ < "'
attacks the bones and should never death. Even physical endurancehas tn. Good Tlras unu'UI- pCo..h. b w '
. &.f be put into your system. an end. ,.
i t... If you feel bilious, headachy con.
I stipated and all knocked out just go Sir A. Conan Doyle asserts that he U.s.'X'1nCo.. !4l tk 1 ti jJtats

r. to your druggist and get a bottle of can talk to spirits in the other world, .
+ 'rodsLiter: :: Tone for a few cents hut we doubt their ability to hear him
which Is a harmless vegetable substitute warble.

n for dangerous calomel. Take United States Tires

a spoonful and if it doesn't start your When. a fellow swears o from a bad

.'0 liver and straighten you up better habit he immediately spoils it all by United States Rubber Company
and quicker'than nasty calomel and patting himself on the back. .
without making you sick you just Fi/tttire. T*.OUtilmJ tortntKtlr ,_ h"JNJ.noJ
F.asrne OrfmiwtM ut'jht Mall 'Io..pw II/No
go back and get your money. If you want to retain the good will

W y Don't take calomel! It makes you of a politician keep him guessing. His

i+ sick the next day; it loses you a day's time is too precious to waste on IIh
work. Dodion'a Liver Tone Htraight- that are already hooked.

ens you right up and you feel great.
z'r No salts necessary. Give it to the. Habitual Constipation Cured
n(1( children because it is perfectly harmless In 14 toll Days"LAXFOS \VhcrcYou J. ANDREWS Jr. DEALER
I I"I WITH PEPSIN" U a 1I p claii/-- ,
and cannot salivate.-Adv-64
prepared Syrup'fonlc-Laxa'\lve for Habitual: Can
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Constipation. It relieves promptly>> but STARKE, FLORIDA
b' Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Days should bo taken regularly for 14 to 21 days U. S. Tires
DnsMltl n-fhni money If PAZO OINTMENT" ;full to induce regular action. It Stimulate! andRegulates. : ,
taeuroltahing.Uliml 31ned1naofPrutsdtnk I )! I'lw* / ,, Very Pleasant to TaIL..* ,ilk .
t lA-tmtioy mlloven I l.rtilnH VHu$. end you run *
I tmUul tsioo. alter til: tUst IUWIICHUOO. Proves.,, wet bottle.


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MAY 5, 1922. .
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FLOOD SUFFER-i I her with declared of the today.Tensas A basin steamboat levee loaded board,), TAYLOR COUN-- II' arms After of accomplishing tho brute, who his grasped purposehe her. \WITH THE STATE ever possible you to grow perfection grow, and it the your nearest labor

was reported to bo enloute ordered her to run, and "nut to stop | will be rewarded. Having decided. as

ERS OF LOUISIANA known from uf the New time Orleans(of its probable but little; .,r-is TY STIRRED BY. nt The any young house or woman he would quickly kill reachedthe her," !! MARKET BUREAU to ,your not money alone in crops the growths strive for, but finality in

rhnl or when] these
supplies will homo of C. Wright, where shi-j the preparation fur market. It l is a
"tenth tie rrituhtirg. whole at least told what had happen. Mr.Vright I well-known fact to all students ID
FACING .(>lII(( inoie refugees are expected to. HEINOUS CRIME drove with her to the where Sheriff
morrow' jail -j i I The United I I States" Huron of I Publk-l marketing that ordinary goods wen
the The increasing gravity of I Lipscomb was notified and >she wan i j Roads reports I that the motor vehiclI i graded and properly packed will find
fond shortage problem the necessity then carried to her homo at .
STARVATION Spring- I registration fur the >"ear I 11\ 21 1 totnn.1IIO moro ready unto) and at a better price
of providing muroon.1erSOIlIl\ NEGRO MTRDBUS TEn I.l'NDY: dale. j lS, lfl2.: : This represent nui' increase I than better goods not graded and not

with food and in some cases medical AND:' nnlls.u.YSS.1'I.TS Other officers were notiiied and with ,, of more 1 fh.in a million over thc properly packed.VOKK1NO .
attention, coupled with the growing WOMAN:' COMPANION" the sherit1'Vl're the of the 11)20) i
upon scene figures, or a number equal. ) to the .
Mf, DEPENDS ON:" FOOD REACHING uneasiness relative to a number of (
I crime in a few minutes, where Luii- j i total number at I thn beginning of I 1M3.i : \ ONK'S WAY THROUGH
FLOOD AREAS IN:" TIME: communities which have been comI The most heinous crime in the his- dy's body was found in the cur. An Tho greatest increases in registration CW.LK15K

TO I5RING:" RELIEF I pletely surrounded by water and believed I tory of Taylor county occurred last examination showed that the ball, apparently I were in industrial sections the agricultural !- -

l ) to be in danger,:: the ]lack of Sunday night when Ted Lundy was from u .33-cnlibro pistol, had i sections in general showing I -
Formerly working his
New Orleans, April 29-R'ports..[.:' communication with, the outside world, murdered and a young woman his nterej his neck at the exact point a smaller amount of increase. Not u young man
'the way through college faced" a, difficult
from llarrisburfr.., late today hut prevalence of rumors and distorted companion on an automobile ride, was where the collar fastens to the shirtin state reported a registration less 1 than
and) often unpleusnnt period of educa
the 1,000 residents of that town in reports of famine and pestilence, criminally assaulted.A the back and had ranged llpwl1rl.bre I 1020! figures. The total amount collected ] tion. He worked for small Sinco
addition to 500 refugees from Cntalinulu -i of floods( and disasters in other sections number of arrests have been 1king his neck. A bullet hole was as fees of various kind amounted I his hours pity.
Concordin and other flooded all tend to aggravate':: the pitiful made. Several negroes/ have been taken found in the rear right femlvr tho ball) I to $122.178,0r were completely up

parishes in that section face starvation -, plight] of the homeless refugees, into custody some of whom havebet.n being slightly t'mb.t.Jcd in the tire by money milking and study, ho could
no time for the carefree association
unless food supplies arrive there many of whom have lost everything,:: released because it was evident Another bullet hole was found in tho The spare -
recent federal
( highway act provided with hill fellows\ which leads to
.peadily, have greatly intensified\ the but their lives, as they huddled up in they had no port in the crime while a seat cushion. The young woman stated for tho construction of
a connected an umlcrntamlirig of other people. Thomoney
gravity of the flood situation and ev- ,I.small groups; about refugee camps.I number of suspects are yet in jail. that three shots were fired, as' did system of highways consist I
mi"of earner, at times even hilt I to
i I ,,
Is 1 Murmur Against Fate Officers state that they have no conclusive others who heard tho shots.
tonight i No
cry agency / trying to over. j 1 I trace not more than 7 per ent of tho face the tnunte of his more fortunate
No murmurs against,:: the hard fate evidence against and of two bullets fired !
tome the difficulty of transporting anyone across the front of roads in each state and l annie nil Iriitial )- class-mates and warned tho appellation )
supplies to the stricken people. i I they have met with arc heard. The it appears that identification of a suspect the car could bo fount) ( "
appropriation of $75,00(1,000)( t<1 of "grea sy-guinil.
The most serious phase of the flood refugees are facing their troubles by the young woman or a confession The officers first reaching the scene i bo used in conjunction with state
stoically: and spend quite IIM much from tho perpetrator of the double investigated tracks the Within the lust few years tho situation
situation in northern Louisiana at this I / near car while |: funds. The system to bo built. is now
tune ,nside from the clnnprcr of continually -' time conjecturing about probable duration crime will be necessary before the Sheriff Lipscomb drove to the county being outlined and will comprise. about hns improved. In tho minds of

rising waters is that of threatened of the flood and arrival of food. mystery is cleared. road camp east of Fonhollowny, where I. 180,000; ( iniloB of road) included In I Ito most popular ami broad-minded l.
At the Jonesville The boys, the wealth or poverty of a class:]
refugee where crime occurred Sunday night bloodhounds
food shortage. Many isolated camp : werp secured. The dogs : which there will bo" ulioul.) l,000 miles
several hundred ore beiiuc cared for about 11 o'clock on the Morgan-Den took trail mute Is of little consoiiuonco.
i ..immunities have been completely] up across fields southwardto that, are already cnmplt'h'I.'it h an .
surrounded. by water and residents' by residents. there, a new source of mark] road, a milo] east of Perry. The the L. O. P. & a. railroad tracks, annual program,:: based on a Federal :Money making in the unIversitIes

forced to depend upon tI'e small supplies trouble has arisen in that this'ildodI couple had spent the evening,:: at tho where it was lost. State bloodhounds appropriation of $75,000,000( ) and assuming Is not so difficult as 'formerly. The

of goods on hand when flood. wa- I waters from tho Ferriday crevasse home of ::III'. Lundy's parents Mr. and. armed here from Luke City at six I thnt tlu,' states will)) continue sorvices performed in many colleges:

(lti( !'s rushed through the break near have surrounded the town and threaten :Mrs. T. \V. Lundy. two miles east of ,,'clo'I, !Monday morning, hut they did to match till Federal fund In the for students l by "campus characters' ,

JYrriday. Countless numbers are living to cover the entire place within a 'j town, and were returning to the home no better than the county d'>gs. same ratio as heretofore and that thucaverage as the boys cull them are now often
few hours. of thc lady at Springdale. Her rendered by other students. Thus
young The a
canned young woman\ informed officers
on, products that they are costs( of lie road built will
Disquieting reports are being | account of the tragedy is to the effect that five I 'Student' Suit-pressing Agency,1 a .
scouring from community grocers, but i rereived negroes, had also pasxod the be $20.000: a milo, 11111<'lnlll any it. will
reports from some sections indicate' at Jonesville of people being i that she and Mr. Lundy, having stopped car, coming toward, Perry while she I take fifteen" years to complete! the pro "Student Laundry Agency! ," a "Stu-

there are other communities not so marooned at different points along the the car, were talking when a ncgro und !Mr..Lundy\ sat talking just a few posed system If the Federal appropriations -I ilinir Firewood 1 Agency," a "Studunt

fortunately placed and that many people Louisiana and Arkansas ruilway. Tooj!j man passed, going east along tho moments \prior to tho shooting. The an Hindu at the rata oflOflflOOfloo Fruit Agency nnd many others\ may- .

are very little ahead of starva- pie at Elackwutcr Chevy Chase, Al-i' road. A few moments later, she dej sheriff's office ascertained who these I.$ t a your 'tho system can ho, find their place on a modern campus.A .

tion. In many l Isolated farm houses, i thone Noreau and some other communities j dared, a negro !stepped to the side of negroes were, and loarnrd.) from them j I completed in ten years' nnd It only chap) who. possesses energy and

where residents have remained in the are reported to be in need of.' the car from the rear and shot twice thp namo of the negro who was going $.riO,000,04)0) ia appropriated annually dash, combined with good) judgment

miirooncd or flooded homes there is immediate aid. Whole communities' across the front of the car one of the east. This negro/ Is now in jail and It will take twenty' yearn to build it. is now not only able to earn his entire

MT.V little anything, to eat. i I have been cut off from outside! communication bullets making a flesh wound in hI'1 I while it is said he has nothing upon Tho question! is, how lonjr., can we expenses( and keep up in hjs studies .
and the lack of mall bunts right leg above tho knee. She quoted I which to clear] himself the officers wait. but has some time to make life-long

Real Crisis the only method by which they can be I Lundy as saying to the negro: "Don't i likewise! hnvu ht'en unable to implicate friend. and di> serious' thinklnir. At -,

With depleted stocks of food, reported -' reached, has practically isolated them. murder us in cold blood, we will give I him in the crime. Tho five negroes Automobile\ in.inufuclurlng companies a certain university, a follow once "s '

from all the refugee camps in I' The first loss of life as result of the you what valuable we have," upon I i were only a fow hundred yards from are very optimistic about' 'the d!t!- kept" up his studies, eninud his board>> ,

the Louisiana flooded area, and a real Crevasse near Ferriday was reported which the negro disappeared behind the car when the shooting: started, mand, Cur curs during lie( spring amisummer. mndo I the ntnlY of I tho college newspaper

crisis existing: at Harrisonburp, ref u. today from Clayton, La., where two ,Int'gro tho car. Quickly starting the car, and two of them testified before (hocoroner's Truck union are reported. to and did, thn work nocosanry to win .

gee workers 'today expressed the belitt ,,j men were caught in a swift cur-]: Lundy was driving off when the young jury that they heard tho be on the increase, and\ total" union are the position) Assistant fool hall mm '

that those who remained in their rent rushing into the Tensas river and |! woman ]looked back through the rear shots and saw (the spurts of flame expected to show derided\ improvement auger during I the same ten \vcokn.Thu .

flood-swept homes may in the long were drowned. i curtain of the car a Ford roadster.. from the revolver. The county judge, over l In!>:2t.! William C. Dnrant, number, of students earning

run be better off than those con'en-I Ii!i and cried to Lundy "Look out, ho is empanelled a coroner's jury Tuesday president of the J Duriint Motors! IHIHaccepted their way hue increased\ .) greatly

trated in the refugee ,, camps unless I Chew your food thoroughly and you 1 climbing up on the back of the car." afternoon, which body has heard<< many a contract to build I large thnt one of I tho "aristocratic" old universities ) ,,

some means of reaching the camps | will not have to chew the rag so much '1 She declared that as she spoke the threads of evidence' but hiiH rendered' ) qmintitii'H of t tho four-c>'lindor, fivepasxongrr recently announced I that 52

with provisions Is found without delay -|I i about the condition of your stomach. i negro shot at Lundy tho car running no verdict as to the) crime tie yet, tint) Star ",'I1ingfit $::1 14. I It inbelioved per cent of iU members were partly .

I! twenty yards or more down the roadway it is staled that the inquiry may bo t this announcement, 11)111111I or wholly self-supporting.:: Certainly '

"If provisions arc not rushed to !' Lady Astor says that "one sex can before plunging into and throughthe conducted for some days longer. I group of prominent! pnrt manufacturers hide of rh I Iit'" can no longer muse t tho

llnrrmonburp at once, there will bo'' not govern alone." We know of some shallow ditch. The lurch of the The young, woman of appnrent good,] have bunded, together to enter UK* poor boy to bcwtii! his lot1. I Ills I education .

suffering there" N. R. Cotton, a mem men who can't govern at all.
.. Tnhor county only n few weeks.. She I j compete with tho t'ord.Tho far more< value to him than to the
.... was irriod last June, anil. with her rich boy who taken it for granted In t ,
.1TI:. Q Va J.m""'*' ,ft ,ai; :.1fP1r/jlR& rr.ri'-\\O_ ,_ __ .. -- .' -.' 9 I husband l lived in Tampa until recently General: Air Service, the new Idly dreaming while till professor la ,..,

S when they separated, and her futhoB corporation/ formed I In \Vsinbi ngton to expounding/ ; ,' fruits of luis Kvnhm.ttnincsvlllc .

testified. that it was his belief thnt operate airships "l'lc''nl1wrll'nn -- News.
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her husband 1 was not in tho United cities him ordered, its first two giant' .

:: ItKKl.NKMKNISUDICD:, : ": ': ) ) 1O
detectivi'H searching for the mlnilngyoum (: and will he with
icrmuny oiiiippod[ '
Commercial man for some time, nnd that all helium grim: fur sit fety. Tho run from

ofTorts to )locate, him hll.1 been fruitless New York to Chlctigo fur tint air liners -
Di'iiuinil Kxrctilrt: SUPIlyIII 'hush ScaHOU -
Telegrams from Tnnipii officials. will Ito ten hours.
to the Rheriir's olllco here gave the ,\ |pronhi'n

I I same inference.-that th,. man was in 'I Increased "elll1'. fares have lout :
fob Printing 'England: or Cuba. to tho nillrouds) 2:1/lI'r: cent of the passenger Many iidih'd! J conveniences and refinements 4

I The girl's' father testified (that there business' they hud I I in 11120() and I II are to bo seen in tlie Ford j

had been no objections. to her going I jtililitlon) the gniKl 1 will I of I tho public, enclosed curx now being displayed by

'with young Lundy for he di-Mired her according I to tho arguments ;presonteilbefore I the local authorized Kord dealer. .

I to PIIMIV i tho society of other young t tho Interstate Commerce Commission Thu interior of both the coupe and '

I people thnt she might, in a measure, I inquiry I I Into gonernl rate t levflu. the Hedan, l is> now Mulshed in an, uUrucI ,, :

forge! her trouble.' If. was broughtout The di'innnd" for reduction in 'lhiniton > I IIvo I Hluido I of walnut I brown broadcloth, .

in testimony that she hail, been, Is emphatic from t the firm districts mill the Honts" lire upholstered., with n

out ill the company of Lundy! only mill nuauulu fuatururs who are payIng similar mnleriitl threaded, with chalked :

twici. Her father holds"' a highly rospontihlc I high freight nit.es on tool I nnd rnvmaterial fliony-Ht' ripo.. I Heavy !floor rugs ;

,inuitinn with the Taylor I a rt' eiiiinlly, I nsl etc Ii t on )iore"tiiJituu1IC" give an added touch of comfort. Lifts, ''.

County Lumber Conipiiny having rn- rates. of a special sign' minimize the effort .

CARDS contl.)'. entered the employ of that concern of mixing or lowering the win '.

The Order of Hlks: has, been requested dows. Door bumpers! insure a tighter ,

POSTERS The community bun been very much by tlio American (:anll' Protective fitting\ and new door grips, both in*

aroused by the diixtnrdly' crime and Association to. forbid Its members side and ittit,-iuil'
ENVELOPESBILL citizens are assisting the officers, In wearing" elks' teeth its: "emblems. It venience.Thu ? ,' '

diligently working on the CJIHO. [ferry hUll been found that hundreds uf elks ) demand for 1"01"111.10".1\ cars

HEADS t Ileruld. nro annually killed for tho teeth filmic, hail [bven unusually high during the j, '

NOTE HEADS anti with no use made of the hides or past Two months. Although production .
"CII: EKILY LAN)"" flesh. This matter will como up lit the has neon !npoodod up in the Ford ,

WINDOW CARDS next annual convention of Klks.: factory at Detroit !sales continue to

In "Cherryland" produced by the exceed output, making it necessary for

SHIPPING TAGS International) Harvester Company The Horse Association of morion purchaser in many purls of the country :

which will bo shown at lh" Gaiety; )has mad out duta to show that there to wait for their cars. Local dealers .

LETTER HEADS Theatre on Saturday, :Mny 6lh, thereIs are more than nineteen. million horses say this I in, the reason they have i

a most interesting fruit culture picture. and mules In this country. With the been urging customers to place their .

coming of the automobile and truck, orders an early as Imllllible. .

It was produced to give an Ideor we have looked. for a comparatively:

what an advanced business fruit growing small number' of beasts of burden; but NOTICE or Hpr.riAi!: ELECTION
Mar'i pruclnnuiUon 0 lllnir an .,iMtlnnfor
Is, aw done under modern methods, we find that seventeen million of thesu: the pu....... of votlnir on th. iiuMtinn' of 4
animals IjMulntf bonilM fur th. r*..on.truetfnn unit an.I.rtng -
Involving trimming, IIprllyinculti)- 'tire on the farms of the country -
(ha Water Work and '. ..," l.lllht
rating and fertilization and how all anti only two million in the cit- I'lant' uf th* Town of Rtark. Fiord!*.
Nfrtlo. l I. h....." given that unilnr and 10"virtu.
these done la shown in full detail. tien. ,
are of authority v at4 In m t a. Mayor ofth I I
Town of Htarkii. Florida.. I hrrrhy rail a
Cultivation by tractors and experiments ....clal election of the quail II." vt.vi of said ,
in the fertilisation: of tho bios- r In the severe storms of this past town to ho .h..,M at trv. Town Hall In ..14|
Town. on Thu......". th. tut ilay of Jun. A.
Horns are shown most interestingly. winter, Massachusetts apple trees I I*. 1(122.( to .I'rlftlno th. question of iMiilna
The picture in a fine (lustration of were very badly damaged the per. Thirty-Mill! houaanii 11<>11.... homla of laltl
Town the Jfnlanclnic
for psrpi.a of rv0onHtriivtlnv ao
BradfordCounty modern horticultural' methods. centage of loss varying from 40 to 75/ I : \ha Wst.p Worhi ,anti: K:,Ice trie f.luht
"'''ant of the Tuwn of Murk. rlorliln.. until,
Every process in cherry culture i is't per cent in the different. sections. In honda to b" InUfil In liunomlnntlonn of .0""
shown from clearing the ground to the Homo localities there were large orchard each and In he clua aerially ......Innln.* July I.
IU2I5, anil! to bear Interent at th. rat* of His"
final consumption of the goods in the of old trees! am) then could I IMir crntum per annum payahlo iienil-Nnniially,
and th. In.-o..s of itald election t. A.
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form of the cherry pie. It ia rather not stand. the weight' of ice on their flo..... (I. M Hlntmnk and J. M. Alvarel and C

surprising to learn from it that about branches. Not for more than thirty T In N.tMtlimnny Kcndrlok whereof t. act a,>I clerk.haw hereunto, nub

throe-fourth of the cherries (go into I years hiss there been so much damn go aarihi. my namM and l canned the enl of the I 4
pall. Town to hereto I be affixed. tbu the 24th
canned goods and a large quantity Into : done from Ice storms ns has been in L day of April A I>. \VU.
pies Cherry brandy in not indicated Massachusetts this winter and the severity I. A. IMVIrt, JK.
Mayor of the Town of Starke. Florida.. .
7 elegraph all one of the products. of cold) was felt In all of the AttratA. :
: rUTrH, (OVallr'lerk
This Is one of the series of educational New England states. : .. "-fit-a.28

and Industrial pictures being
exhibited by the Southern EnterprisesInc. : The saying, "What's worth doing H iSo' Worm.) in a Healtby Child

., for the Southern Hell and Cum worth doing well," has probably no AllchlHrea, troufclxl with Wormi h.v. .o ..... u
Ia-.Jlhcolur.wbkfc ImUcaiai poor bloml. and a. p I I .
STARKE, FLORIDA berland Telephone & Telegraph/ Companies better counterpart than, that whut- nil*. Ih.... ul mora or la.. atomarb dUlurbaaia.CROVCS I -
the Southern Railway System TASTEUSS!: CHILL TONIC lveo n...- ,(
I Or-we 1...Ie...... ci.fls..strsNIOOS tarly" Air two. threw weak will nrkh tl blond.
the Georgia Atlanta and Went ImptnvKlhedlitotUia.aodacluaiciuralStroaKTacolng -
Point, Western of Alabama and the -Ihlll anr. turniP b/ pu,1fJfDC Sad TODMI' to the wbolo."....... Nntur will 1bps
rlrblnJth.MooJ. Yon an IM"'DI 2M ftranai throw off or dl.prl the w.wms.and theCblld will"
Louisville & Nashville railroads.! ...I'IL. hott.'n' tfl ....... .... In perfect b.o"K.Ploaaaat' I4>(....*flu: pel butla.FB'pAY.


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I weeks ,! I ter Maxine of Graham Sunday FIVE MILE
ter a pleasant stay of several spent
23L J2BTf -- with her sister, Mrs. Seth Roberts, of Sam J. Fleming, of Gainesville, was here with relatives.
: Moore j \ Haven. a business visitor to Lake Duller this Lola Mae Cason spent the week-end Five Mile, May 5.-Mr. and !.I,

; Lester Pinholster, of Brooker, mo- week. with relatives at LaCrosse.Mrs. John Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. ]">.,) :
fI Count 11 tored to Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. I J. W. Surrency, of Bradford, Kerce, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Water. .

t F Fu News Items? and Mrs.[ Isaiah Uubose, of BKOOKEK was here Friday afternoon. Mrs. Celia Waters were,here flshln.-:
; i Worthington, motored to Lake Butler L. Dye!, of Jacksonville, was a business Thursday
- Wednesday.II. Brooker, May\ 5.- fe srs. E. L. visitor here Monday. I R. N. Dowling and granddaughters:.
Interesting Facts Gathered During tl'e V/e:Jc by ouJ: W. McAllister, of Palatkn, was Stewart, G. M. Beville and E. M. Ha- Mrs. Godwin, of Alachua, was here I I Misses Dyal and Dukes, were here

,;, ,i Regular Correspondents.LAWTEY greeting friends in townthla week. zen were visitors to Starke Thursday Saturday : Friday to attend a fish fry which, becaJso -
_- George Alderman, of Starke, motored It. A. Weeks motored to Worthing-I of some misunderstanding, fm''.

........ -" _. "- to Lake Butler Saturday after- Mrs. R. A. Weeks and daughter, ton Sunday afternoon. I'I' ed to materialize. They spent ti h!
't-:; strucki noon. I Virginia, spent Friday in Jacksonville.Mrs. Chas. Marks, of Tampa, was a visitor day with Mr. Dowling's niece. !Mrs n
I when the vehicle was Carl and Wilbur Brown, of Miller, C. it!. Chancey, who has been here Tuesday. L. Duke.
Y if i i l fly a Ford car belonging to L. R. motored to Luke Butler Sunday visiting at the home of her sister, Dr. Bishop and daughter, of Gainesville I Masters Claude and Leon

Lawtey, May b..-Mrs.! Hiram from n. |i KaUh. The and buggy the was occupants completely slightly demolished Ralph and Vaseoo Ilazen, of Brook-, Mrs. R. A. Weeks, returned to her I were here Monday. afternoon. spent the week-end with their Dowling cousin
returned home Sunday
o er, motored to town Sunday. home in Gainesville Sun.JIlY.Fred Dana Duke.
nenr :Manatee, whore! 'nu sr"'nt seve .1! injured. The horse, badly frightened, SAMPSON: CITY
Misses Ethel and Addle Mae Haul- Hazen and Lewis Shriver Tuck Dowling's daughter spent Ss..
took refuge in a swamp near town, 1
granddaughter where he remained until (daylight.j erson, Ruby Proctor, Norma Dekl { of Starke I.I.i and Mae Duke, and John Hanncr mo- Ray Foxworth, of Jacksonville, Sampson City, May 5.--W. II. Smith Duke.
business W. E. Middleton, ,
Wainwright was a j
Truby tored to Starke last Wednesday to see spent the week-end hero with relaI | was a visitor to Starke Tuesday.
to Starko Monday.Mr. ;> was a professional visitor here this I I Oren Dekle killed a rattlesnake Friday -
visitor the I. of Ga., visited
ball game. tives. i I S. Long, Sparks, while his
doing chores
week evening' ,
and Mrs II. J. Thede, of Jack- The banquet !given in honor of the j Mrs Jno. Shriver and Misses Edna : friend here Sunday. nt
:j onvlllc, wereguests Sunday at the II. Ii. Wiggins, of Starke, was! visitor Senior and Junior high school pupils Baxter and Lubcdia Finholstcr spent :Mrs Niram Wynn of Graham, spent the .burn. His snakesiiip had two rat-

home of Mr. and :Mrs R. R. Thede. ; here this week. will be given today at the spacious Saturday at Raiford. j a few days here last week with her tles.A
Mrs. Angie' Sternburg, of Jacksonville j Mrs. G. W. Hicks, Miss Willie Fay home of Mr. and Mrs. P. :M. Padgett. I Marguerite Shriver, of Starke, ; parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. J. :Me- much needed shower fell Friciiiv
visited friends in Luwtey Sunday 1 Hicks, Misses Keba iind Bessie Max- evening and greatly! benefitted the
Mrs. W. M. Johnson spent Saturdiyin spent the week-end here. Kinney.
I I| well, Messrs. Woodrow and Olen crops.
Jacksonville. :Miss Van Cone w.ck-end W. It. Sloan has moved his familyto
Misses Wilma and Louisa Blanchard: Falrfil.'ld.Ve successin
Buck Driggers is improving his res- with relatives at Pine Hill. I j I
+ to Jacksonville Sunday, where fishing at Fort harley Tuesday Dekle Sunday afternoon.
went idence by adding a wide porch. Mr. N. E. Thomas, of Weir dale, was a their new home.
they will visit relatives for a few i G. W. lihames, who has been attending visitor to Graham | Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Kirk and!
R. A. Jones was a
McDonald has charge of the work. visitor here Saturday afternoon. i iI (
to business in South Florida, I J Julian visited relatives in Lake lintIer
days. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann and son, Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was in last week. -
II is spending few returned to his home hero this week I I Friday.
Mrs. E. Boyer Miss Emma Thomas' returned to her
wl..k.1 Howard, motored to Starke last Wednesday town Thursday.
with friends in Engirt' this S. M. Simmons, of Starke, was a I !
days '' to attend the ball game. W. Andreu, of New River, was in home at LaCrosse Monday\ after Roan Johnson and FranK Murphy
Mrs. Catherine Tears was a visitor I' business visitor here Tuesday. George Markee, of Gainesville, mo- town Saturday. spending a few days here with her made a business trip to Ft. Call Satar-

,r to Starkelonday.] ,V. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, was a tored to Lake Butler Monday. I Among the visitors to Starke Monday sister, Mrs. Mel Herris. ;day.

Mrs. R. M. Tracey is spending a I business visitor here last week.J. II. Blake attended the meeting held were L. A. Brown, L. M. Waters, T. V. Williams spent the weekendin | A fish fry and picnic was given at
i few days with relatives in Mncclen- C. Crane, captain at Hope Hall, at New River last: of the week. I A. A. Hazen, J. J. Morgan, II. P. Jacksonville on business. I,the Scout Hole Saturday, a triple anniversary -

ny. I is trammeling business! in Tampa this Misses Ada Register and Bessie ,ley, A. B. Surrency, J. E. Gain-I Master Richard Smith returned 1 to honoring Mrs. Jas. Goodge,
a Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Burns and week. Kennedy have returned from Brooks- i D. Baxter, L. B. Pinholster, J. L. his home Sunday, after spending a Willie and Robbie Parrish.L. .
\ Mrs. Eva; Graham, of Jacksonville, I Miss Alma Dyal, of Pompano, for- ville, where they have been teaching Shriver, J. II. Rainey. .I few days here with friends. I G. Johnson was looking after
were guests' Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.II. merly of Hampton, is visiting friend school. 'I Eldon Baxter spent Friday attending .1 Mrs. Thomas, of New River, is vis- business in Lake Butler Saturday.
K. Tried. I Perla of Raiford Carl i I Misses Ruby Proctor, Gertrude
here.Two Miss Whitten mo- to business in Gainesville. iting her daughter, Mrs. Wynn.
I Mr. and Mrs W. E. Torode and chil-I .dogs affected, with hydrophobia tored to Lake Butler Monday.The P. M. Barefoot was in Starke Sat Messrs. W. II. Smith and T. V. Williams !| Parrish, Messrs. Joel, Julius and Rob.
dren were visitors to Starke have been killed on the streets here! Woman's Club met Monday af- urday. I I were visitors to Hawthorne last ,:bie Parrish attended a surprise birthday .
Miss Eldredge Reddish was a recently. Town officials ask that all I party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ternoon, Mrs. J E. Maines presiding.J. Mrs. Clementine Harris, of Samp- week I
1 tor to Sanderson Sunday. ViSi-1 I dogs be muzzled or kept off the streets S. Howard, of Dukes motored to son,.was in town Saturday. I :Miss Edna and Juanita Smith, of James Goodge Saturday evening.
Mrs. W. O. Black was a Mrs. McNeally, of Jacksonville, is a Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. T. B. Pinholster attended the union Gainesville, spent Sunday here with Dr. J. M. Mann was a professional!
Jacksonville Saturday. I guest! of her sister, Mrs. F. E. Henry Matilda Crews and son, Mar- meeting at Raiford last weekE.'nd.I I. friends. visitor here Sunday, having been> call

Mr. and Mrs. John Parmenter, of this week. tin, are visiting relatives at Guilford Mrs. J. C. Cone and daughter, Johnnie I Mrs. Mel Harris spent a few daysat ed to attend Maurice Roberts, who
Jacksonville\ spent Sunday with relatives Dr. Parks was a business visitor to this week. were on the sick list last week. ; LaCrosse last week visiting her was oitten by a rattlesnake.Mr. .

near Lawtey. Starke this week. Mrs. George Alderman and daughter R. A. Weeks and C. J. Crews spent. mother. and Mrs. demons and son, Mrs
!Miss Eunice Dinkins, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Henry have recently Mrs. Geo. C. White, of Starke, :Monday at the county seat i: Miss Myra Varnes, of Starke, spent Mamie Mott and son passed through
spent the weekend in Lawtey been business visitors to Starke motored to Lake Butler Monday.Dr. Lucian Ilazen left Wednesday for the week-end in our town with relatives I here Sunday enroute to Bethany cem-
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. B. Johns: of Jacksonville, was and Mrs. J. M. Mann motored to Jacksonville, where he is employedwith and friends. .|etery to attend the Rimes reunion.

Dinkins. here this week.J. Miller Sunday afternoon. the weather bureau. I Mrs.\ E. II. Smith, of Gainesville, I
Mrs Ury Gunter and daughter! Dor- II. Pollard was a business visitor! II. C. Peeples, of Dukes, motored to I Several enjoyed a fish fry at the ; spent Sunday here with her mother, I I We orate about "America for
othy, returned to their home in Jacksonville to Starke Tuesday. town Saturday. river Thursday night. Mrs. S. E. Jones. Americans," and forget that the In-
Tuesday, after spending two I M. Wattcrson and L. J. Wynnare Mrs. Forrest Drawdy and son, Ardell I Mrs. Emily Abbott is on the sick I W. J. Roberson was a visitor to the dians were here before us.
months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I very busy with their telephone of Five Mile, were business visitors list at this writing counyt Beat Monday i
G. T,. Futch. system. They hope to have it in operation to Lake Butler Friday morning. I Ira W. Pinholster, Jr., spent Thurs- Millard Varnes was a visitor to I When we get ready to go bankrupt
Mills Snsse, of Kingsley, wall a vis- by Christinas. Misses Norma Dekle and :Mae Duke day afternoon at the county seat. Hampton Monday. we will buy a sissy for what he thinkshe
Itor to Lawtey Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen had as their spent the week-end, at their homes at I Mrs. Rosier, of Lawtey, was a visitor Volley McKinney and Mr. Booth, of is worth and give him away.

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr and children !- guests last Sunday their daughter Five Mile. I here Saturday.Mr. Gainesville! spent Sunday. hero with
visited relatives in Sanderson Mrs. :M. L. Hawley and son, of Green Mrx. P. p. Di-kle and son, Kirk, : and Mrs. :M. P. Matheny and. friend Speeders are becoming less numerous -
i Sunday. Cove Springs, and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. spent last Friday the guest of Miss 1 children and Mrs. L. P. Ward and children L. L. Johns was a visitor to Brook as the Tines become increasingly)
Mrs. E. E. Burney and sons, E. E. Hawley, of Green Cove Springs. I Marshall Proctor. I visited New River cemetery Sun- er Saturday. severe. When jail sentences become
Jr., and Van, were recent visitors to.. Miss! Eva William was visitor to Hugh Register of Gainesville, spent day afternoon. Rob Surrency, of Graham, was a popular the speeder 'will be a slow-

Jacksonville. ; Starke Saturday. I the weekend with his parents, Mr. Ed Knight, of Tampa, yas here visitor here last week. i duck. .
Frank Adams, of Hampton, was a I Miss Vera Long of Campville, spent and Mrs. C. II. Register.Mr. : Monday. :Mrs. Cnrl Wynn spent Thursday nt I ---
I business! visitor hue. Thursday! and |:the week-end with Mrs. K. B. Watter- McFarlin, of Gainesville, visitedhis Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Osteen spent New River. I Hnw would you like to place your
Friday.Mrs. I son She was' formerly a teacher in brother Sunday. Saturday with relatives at Pine Hill. Among those from here attending arm around a dainty waist, gaze fond-

W. It. Miner WitS a visitor! to |, our school and 'has!: many friends who Mrs. Milton, of Jacksonville, is the Mrs. Nipper was in Alachua one the convention at Long Bridge; Sunday 1 Iinto, limpid eyes, give a firm and
Lawtey Sunday. arc glad to see her guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. day last week. were Miss Nona Brown, Effle Ed- vigorous squeeze-and run jam up
V Mrs. L. A. Marr and children motored Rev. Burke, of Wnldo, preached at Frank Rivers, this week. Misses\ Pearl Greene and Alma Dynlof mondson, Messrs, W. S. Nabb, L. L. against n sharp pin?
to Starke Saturday. the Methodist church Sunday morning Mrs Frank Bennett is visiting her Pine Hill, were visitors here last Johns and Duggar Jones. I
' Rev. E. I), Braver filled his regular and evening. The Junior choir daughter, Mrs Hudson Harndon, of Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Houser, of Hampton, was a bus- Anything is an obstruction to those'
apopintment at Inglis! Sunday J of that place motored over in the eve- Lake City ,this week. Mrs. Maude Surrency and daugh iness visitor here Monday. who consider it so.

S, Last Sunday, being fifth Sunday, ning and assisted in the singing, mak- :Mrs. Iva Sprinkle and son Henry, .
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services were only held at Grace ing the service unusually Interesting. I I Mrs. Susie Townsend, Mrs. T. J. __mm_._,... .. ... _. __ ..._, _.._..............,.. _____f'J _' _U""" """"' _
p.. Methodist church morning and even | Elder Dougherty., of Starke, will Townsend and children, Tom and Al-
'4, ing. : preach at the Christian church next I lie Mae, motored to Palatka Sundayfor

x :Mrs. II. 'R. Sapp was a visitor to Sunday morning and evening. I a few days visit with relatives and What Your Tractor Will Do!
Jacksonville Sunday Mrs II. F. Chesser, who has beenvillitinll' friends.!
, John Marr, of Highland, visited relatives -I her sister in Jacksonville for Fate Brwn, of Miller, motored to
in Lawtey Saturday and Sun- several days, returned to her home Lako Butler Saturday.The .

'Y>1 lny.a Munday.A. many friends of Miss Thelma ego
a A. M. Blanchard is in Starke this C. Hicks, of Hampton, was a bus- Schell are pained to'lenrn that she has
week attending court as a Juryman. iness visitor to Sturko Monday. suffered a relapse with influenza.
Dave Moore was a visitor to Starko Mrs. O. K. Prince and children, Isabel Rev. S. S. Proctor attended the Un-
Saturday. : and Marvin, of Tampa, are the ion meeting held at Raiford Friday SN-
li Miss Ruth Skipper, of Jacksonville, guests of Mrs. Prince's cousin, Mrs.A. Saturday and Sunday.

is upending a few days with her A. McDonald, this week. Mrs.: A. C. Strickland and Miss Hat-
Mrs E. E. Burney. tie Fowler attended the union meet-
The rural mail delivery route from LAKE BUTLER ing held at Raiford last Friday.

this postoffleo began Monday, takingin Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strickland and
the Sexton neighborhood, Crawford, Lake Butler, May B.-F. G. Schell daughters, accompanied by Ezra ,
I,' Woodlawn, Wateroak and Rosier set has recovered from an attack of Influ- Stewart, motored to Bethany church
tlements. I enza and is out again lit his work. Sunday'to attend the Rimes reunion .

Although quite a number of crates l Mr. mid Mrs. Jesse Dowling motored A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday at
of berries arc being shipped, daily to to Dobson Tuesday. Sapp.

local markets the strawberry season } Flowers have been planted in the M, ". Hale, of Little Springs, was
of 1922 is practically over. It bus j I depot park and they add greatly to transacting business in Lake Butler n
been one of the most profitable seasons | the attractiveness of the surroundings Monday afternoon

ever experienced- in Lawtey, the ] Hollis Knight and J. E. Maines, of ( ex
1 I prices k'epinII' until almost the John Hanna spent several days in I Gainesville' spent the week-end in our o '
1 ]last shipment to the northern mar Jacksonville last week visiting rela town. II

II kets. During last week buyers at the tives. Misses Edith Crouch and Alma Shaw
platform were paying $1 and $'i.2::; Little Clayton Raulerson was ser spent Saturday in Jacksonville.
per crate. There were also a few iously injured at the schoolhouse Mon- Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rimes and

buyers for Jacksonville commission day morning, being hit near the eyes daughter, Mrs. Anguish/\ Bielling, of
houses. and affected his. sight so that he could Miller, motored to Lake Butler Mon Break your land Harrow and seed your land Reap
Seventy-six cars of 175; crates each not see. Medical\ aid was renderedand day afternoon. ,

were shipped this season and with the it is' hoped that he will soon recover. Mrs. C. A. Mixon has returned to and thresh your grain, Grind your corn, Cut feed for

exception of a small lot arriving In her home in Mimla, after a pleasant
bad condition, brought from 33 to 70 Wilmer Andrews spent the weekend visit with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs.D. your stock, Pump your water, Saw your wood, Cut
'} cents a quart. Besides the seventy- the guest of Mist Pearl Brown, F. McDonald.
lumber Haul produce and furnish
't six cars, quite a number of crates of Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green and son, your your power
have been Rent out daily to nearby Mr.\ and !Mrs. Jesse Dowling motor. Vilbur, of Pine Hill spent Sunday the enerally around the farm.
markets and! several refrigerator box ed to Oak Grove Sunday. guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Rob-
' es dally. Taken in all this season has Miss Cora Spires spent the week- '
been one of the best ever known here. end at her home at Midway.\ erts.The Woman's Missionary Societymet

t. r.' During the past week shippers have George Spires' of Midway was in Wednesday afternoon Miss Marshall Why don't quit the drudgery around
1 ji been getting carloads. of bean hampers town Monday! looking after business. Proctor presiding./ you

', : and corn crates, ready to go to Wilshire Brooks of Providence, was J. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, motoredto the farm? Get a Fordson from us; it is
.j( I;ti; shipping beans and corn to market. in town last Saturday. Lake Butler Monday. I
i", It. Beans have been going forward for Misses! Alberta and Lota Bielling Moss Hewitt, of Little Springs, wu I I ready, able and willing to do your hard

a" several days but the corn shipments spent the week-end with parents at a business visitor to'Lake Butler Saturday -
". ',:\"r will not be ready for a week or two Providence. work..
.'. yet. II. N. Stokes, of Miller, motored to W. E. Baker, of Clay county, was a
t''"? town: Monday.Mr. business visitor to Lake Butler this
L[ HAMPTON and Mrs. J. E. Maines Mrs. C. week.C. .

I / Ay A. Mixon and! Mrs. Riherd attended O. Dayster of Charleston, S. C., J. W. ANDREWS JR.
; ;; Hampton, May 5.-Monday evening the ball game at Starke Wednesday. was transacting business in town this ,
about 10 o'clock while driving on Main Miss Liza Dukes, of Dukes! visited week.
street Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Johns and Mrs. Bob Rivers Sunday. Willie U. Degal of Miami, was in I .

two children were thrown from their Mrs. Vida Dekle, returned home af- town this week looking after business .



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