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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per fear $2.01)J( : Six Months $l.t 0.-Payable in AtUanitSTARKE. : : E. S. Matthew. Editor and Proprietor. '

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VOLUME FORTY-THREK FLORIDA, FRIDAY., MAY 10. 1922. NUMBER FORTY-SEVEN.


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INDICTMENTS i MAIL ROBBERYIN 25 PERCENT OF RED CROSS APPEAL CONSUMPTION J FIRE \WEDNESDAY \




AGAINST CATTS i STARKE', PEOPLE ARE NOT r FOR FUNDSTO OF COTTON SOON MORNING



DISMISSED -- TAXES REFUGEES; IN:' non'iSTRICKEN ) TAKE UP SUPPLY
ARE I ONE THIEF AHlmTJm11):; ;; THE PAYING AID : IH.4i'RICIs WHOLES: .\ HOUSE( OF GRIFFIN :

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OTHER TRAILED BY OFFICERSMonday I & JOHNS TU1'I.O! :;

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CHARGED WITH ACCEPTING .1\ I morning! of last week It'' ANOTHER: PEIirENT: .. n'J'Inns ;; }n appeal for $!,>00 "'00 t l be \.-, > I WORLD IS rslMi(i PRE-WAR TOTAL A fire of rather serious proportion

Kit; I BE WHILE GOVERNOR was discovered that the bb' bnx at the VALUATIONS WITH NO for relief work nmon the 75,0'if: FOU II it..IIlS. : IN ; destroyed the big/ store of Griffin A

INDICTED) MONTHS AGO depot" in which the mdnL'ht\ milil RELATION TO REAL WORTH homeless and hungry rcfll';" "R in th- FIVEEAKS. i :Johns, near" the depot, early Wednesday -

from the north is iK-positel, i I, hud beer flood stricken areas of the ,M'ssl-s'-\ ; i, morning. When the fire. Wilt diacovered -

,ike Duller May l."i.:; -- Charges oji opened! and pouches .,:: 1 sic'.t!: containing Florida's "lonr needed lax reform viHoy was mnde Th'iradny h* Jiul-v' World.! cotton coimunnthin has riti'MiM it was already fur ndvanoatl.U .

opting a bribe during his term oi mail hud been st i ilen. received nn initial and pprl'cillhoiml'l't John Damon Pnt'nn, tint''')"hl l r'l} 'r"-inn to Its pre-war level! after nacre had\ started innldo the building/ apparently -

i gamut( fornioi'" GO\ l'rn01' Sidney Later in the week Jaine.! rhie7J"i; 119 at the opening !session' of the. ,, of American Red ('1"\s. Th'' a" veer period! of low l'OilM'II1I"" ut, } toward the north und. Alarm 'I

tats, of Florida, contained in i Starke negro, was arrested: in Jacksonville State Association of Count v C m nls-- :: peal, with the endorsement. "r>f i iNresi!i-. Jii'c'ivdinp: to a survey of the ;interimtiorml was given and the firemen noon imiv-

mil jury indictment returned more when he tried to Bash chock sioncrs held in Tampji recently, whir ': dent; XVnrren G. Hanltn. '}'I'> a-v : eotton situation covering production I'd 1, hut too. hile, 'to save the building '

i year OKO, were,dismissed hen The check was for $.1'0, in favor of a committee of three was ppnol'it'jd->v ,'chairman of the I Red ('-,\" >, : ,' '"f' 1I cotton consumption, and the' nr its contents., They, however, prevented -

i when Circuit Jude: Long sus J. M. Trilby, and the ni'gri< beim; unable President E. C. Wilkinson, of Naples; I I made necessary by the hlclion- ''cover ":< I stocks" u* of April tat, mode .public neinhy buildings' from also ba- i

d /a defense motion that the in to give: a satisfactory account of to draft resolutions favorlnir sort ,I,, flooding' the states iir> M>-. I 1>N the commerce' deportment. lag dcxtroyvd. ,

.,, cent> be quashed! : I: himself, was turned over, to tho po measures and to assist In putting' : moi'tlv of Mississippi: which have "Thi- striking feature of the situation The front of the building!! had been w

'. dav'a action cleared the former lice. I them through; the state leirislatnre. eonfconted", the Red Cross, with one ol i ," the department said, "is nil 111-1 im;
ittvi1, of any malfeasance in office I Monday of this week n postofflce Inspector This action was taken after len
W UK out of his alleged 1I1'ceptAncl'l arrived in Rtnrk. After t speech by Terry D. Wall, of Tanvm, has :faced slnro Its oraraniytition. Thl bales! fpr the year ending July :iI /goods tuiUl nl wholesale, hay and foed.

r n ney to inflV.enee, his vote for the conference with Chief S.Its I:I Kite, the who was appointed l by tho ,irovernoi sum la In addition to tho $tOJOttOwhlch ( 1 1I2} approximately ,000,000 bn'os' Nothing was nnvod.. The toss to Griffin r

dun' of a lift term convict, J. .7. inspector went back, and Mr. Kite, several years ago to be n member ota the American! Red Oo'ifj ui al. more than was produced for tho crop A Johns is partly; covered by In- r
: committee to Investii nte the lax ready appropriated for relief! work.In "
.'manVI1i1e governor he was ex- accompanied by Bon Holeriilofyht yenr. surnntic. Il hils riot yet been decided

n .'hnirman. of the pinion board carries the mail between the postof- I, problems confronting the state, d'li'ln'i, a letter! tn all Red Cross eluip- Tho world carry-overi the depart! wliethnv to rebuild or note

:"'ll! pending against him i is u federal flee and the depot, went out to invcs- which he outlined the pressing noel ters in America Chairman Payne\ KaVA : moil cited from Its survey will relitiu

1 input i charging po'ma'o in that tigate. Mr. Kite had good, ro.mon to for state reform.At "Floods In tho valley of the Illinois i ,. I I to normal hy August t, 1022, while

h .. tll,'r.t? hive he'd Iwo .negroesin believe that James Fort.ner was the I, least a fourth of the citizens ol Ohio and Mississippi rivers hate CHUB- the outntundinK feature of inloieot COUNTY

nis- farm in West Florida to work robber of the mail box and that the : this state are paying no tuxes, and ed death and irn-ut loss of property, : now is tho deirrp to which world ci,.,1-!

ir" B debt. I I check he had tried to oit.h) h.id been another fourll' are paying on ltI'RIII'fi and thousands of families lire without ton productionWill return to the pretJA1.

thnt the indictment valuations that have no relations te shelter, food or proper clolfiin. Thir I level whether it will conliini CANDIDATES
the defense ar;.:uod : extracted from ono of th<' letter sto i ( \\ ,
was faulty in that althea h Coleman len. Fortner had roomed with John the real valuation of their! property, ty-oric thousand of the homele,
was nlle'jvd: ti havo profited by i Parker, a respectable ne.'ro; living Marion L. Dawson, state equalizer 01 Heine ..fed by tho Red Cruse In the I I of 1 IM.000,000 bales, ;nvieh depends i ,

'in irovernor'R aliened wrongdoing( ,, near Powell's still, and thev lust went taxes, told his auditors at the moot,- stale of Mississippi! alone. The Rot: ', tho :trtmimt declared: on the I I Ii QUALIFIED N
ins- Cross has quickly or;nni'.u iho Indictment did not specify) or claim I there. Except for a lot of cigarettes :i t"l
(that he presented the bri'ip.' The state scattered about, they faunal nothing I Mr.\ Dawson cited several hlllt.ftJ1t.'eM work with the help of local commit'tees 'which the l boll weevil |proves> to 1 be n I

'hnrgecl\ that J. .T. Mcndfnhall! nervine that looked suspicious. Mr. Kite then I I of flagrant shifting of the tax b'tder ,' at ninny/ places In Illinois and or [ limiting ftictor. I Ir NAMHM: : OP)I THOSE TO MK UlTKD w ,

a life; sentence for the murder of twe led tho way to a cypress.. porcj,. some to the "honest" taxpayers. These instances tho Mississippi! river south of St I r From Its survey, the ildipartment I Far) AT 'Ilin COMING: HSIJUItlf :!-

women near Clearwater several years distance away. Soon a place was fount he had! learned, he dodarei, Louis, !particularly in the staten! ol :! stilled, It appeared that; on August/ 1 I I ITNK (;ithTuoRilny "

ntro! acted as the go-between but Meidenhall's where ends of envelopes' tarn off In ,I in his Investigations which ho had already Arkansas\ Mississippi and Louisiana.. i iI 1021 1 tho carry-over cotton wan 1-4-

alleged] part wns nol covered! opening.. letters, were nrxltorcd! aboutin made and stated ho had "haVillj! I The first needs have been met by thf : I 1.15,000: bales world cotton period, forth WitH thn last day on which .

lei'iflcully, \ in the indictment.The i' profusion. No mail sacks or leVters I i Ii yet started to cover the state an I itI I national headquarters with nn appropriation 1921-23 acaHon wax 1 15,11X7,00(1bnlen / )( those seeking ortlce in the gift of the .

I be covered." ( of approximately one hundred 'I county or Its" districts, could. qunliTy
former governor appeared here' or envelopes were found, but ought to and the total supply, fnr din
several that) r Asserting that the tax equalIzatloi j thousand dollars., 110:1-22 \ hilI,. und Insure having their names on that
toiiio, for the second time to stand there were empty[ cartons mi on was 11\,1\17,1100 ;
law passed by the last legislature win "There IK great work to be done until I hullot nt the primary, June Cth. The
il t on} th' -.. .)'tlI1'e of a bribe had contained tobacco, ciiMritte, etc,, I Consumption from August 1 1,1921, to
mrue. f'nii., before when the case I addressed toV.. M Bryan, G. W. 'I the most misunderstood legislation oirecent I the .Hlricken\ people, who have lost March :Ml 1'J2! !! wan estimated f at M- i motes of thone candidates and the ofllceH i
Mr. Dawson declared 1 ItI I Iwas their all can ho re-established inhume I they seek are as follows: .\
'va'called) >ip) u continuance was Wainwright/ and Royal Qcorprc. When:I years, I 120,000! halos, leaving' an Indlcnteflmipplv \
enacted for the sole of I life. At least $::(IO.OOO() will he requiicd Representative, Group: 1-E. S. (
i ",''<.d(! oil motion of the prosecution.! the search was nearly over, Mr. Kite! I purpose I > on April 1, of M)0'l,000'! ( : baton i I .
The" indictment was returned a1ki' discovered a paper that had beer I "placing our tax system on a fair and by tho lied Cross. There should Probable consumption from April! 1 I MatthewK. I
I honest btein for thc of .. he gencVbus UMdlHtnnce! for throe com II Reprisentative, Group 2--T, II. tin-
''., :..1 I of Bradford county, in dropped by minlaKc, faho.vit.jrthnt: I purpose protecting 102:2: to July :.11 1022, was estimated : I
he honest taxpayers". frorr ,munitiei and the health and contort holster, F. L. Turner.
whi. .h is lucaVd the state penitentlai Fortner had had an accomplice! and I at 7,000,000 hiilos, and the carryoverof +I.
In the spring of 1921. It charged' that this party was known. I the loud shifted by the tax tlodjrer.: I' nf destitute men, women and l'hlJ.lronha.ve cotton on July :81, 1022, at 7,000-) Hupervfaor l Uetf lull-lit Ion-C. A.

I Chief Kite then wired the United Mr. Dawson, who termed a tax dod-r- should every possible attention. 000 bales I Knight, C. R. S.i pp.Almber .
ii'e -ideally\ that the former governor I 1"
School Hoard District No.
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had accepted $700 In the matter of States" marshal of this district to semi I er aa no better than a slacked in time "The chapters are requested, to solicit Cotton consumptionhich the department I
I I--1.. W. Klcltliter. District No. 2- :
( ilemnn's pardon. At this time thaovernr's : n deputy marshal to Starke to arrest of war, gave following/ instances of; immediately contributions to he continued, reached tho hitch II ;
No. 3
I f.. District ChonleyFogg
J.Vynn ,
'official actions were the the accomplice. At. this writing the non-payment of taxes that had Clime administered by the national organization paint of 22,000,000) )( bales in 101:1-11": I ;

subject of a legislative investigation : deputy, has not arrived, but it is., expected I to his observation: / of the American Red Cross ; declined steadily;; to 17,000,000! bales aryl Commissioner A. A. llu.en.County inlrict No. '. ,,;'

Subsequently: the legislature made that the culprit will be caught One county this season produce through/ state and l local committee in 1020-21.! Production, wine alto re- "
I 1-Louis. H. Hill ; District No 2J. \
in day or two.CHIMNEY more than a million !boxes, of citrus which it has organized or through duced this not .
a during though
public its report, which however, contained /period, ,
i ir M. Ilrownlee, r.. R. Kdwards: ; District
fruit and has valuable industry ,
a< which it Is charging responsibility/ to such and .
only a resume of the testimonyof 1 an extent its coriHimiptlon, No,. 3, S. J. Prescott, J. i L. Underhill;
its business there -
packing! yet appeared work."Contributions. t
heard. FELL TOO SOON for relief hence uri acetimulution of cotton
witnesses
I I Diet ritt' No. I, lames Reynolds; DinIrict .
on the county's tax rolls only fifteen use :
At the time the Indictment was returned may be made for stocks reunited in an enormous' carryover ; .
horses and mules. No. 5, II. P. Galney: I n. W. Kelly i j.
the governor was out of the Uoree Narrowly Escapes Death Under lilt any designated place or In any specific on August I II21! of 11,000,000) State l Executive Committee. /. I
a Thousand Bricks In another county a piece of real for distribution according bales.
state and Bradford county officials,, territory or
.\ lId .
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sold for $20,000. For several -
charged with 8'rvinthe/! warrant for estate was to actual necessity for h.JJlat "Many hclioved," I Iho department Justice of the Pence' District No.8' ,
D. Borec has bought of II. A. Bishop years it had been listed on the the national organization. I
his arrest, professed not to know of the discretion of snit, "that a new world consumptionlevel
-1:. T. Stewart. r
the lots in corner of Thomas and Jefferson tax rolls at $300. Chapter officers will report had been found Home two or I (
his whereabouts. few
Within days
a
:\ I Constable, I JliKtrll't1i i No. 2 and 3- J f
A mill in Instance bought
the old Bur. owner one ;
streets comprising and forward the which theycollect three million baled lower than that
the federal indictment charging peonage I money prewar '
A. I. Alvarez Jiicob J. Johns District
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returned at Pensacola and on roughs property. Friday he and 11 $30,000 worth of standing timber, cut to the respective division officers. level of approximately 21,000,000 I II t',
was it sold it and moved without No. I- C. N. Shaw; District No. M, J. t .
engagedin away '
force of busily "
men were very bales Tho low
this indictment Mr. Catts was arrested per annum. consumption '
I If. Kainey, B. B Riipp' anil L. M. Wa.
down the residence build-! paying any tax. '
at Albany, Ga. He came back to the tearing of lens than 17,000,000 bales for ters.
Ing. On the north end was a fireplace II One prominent citizen refused $10 1020-21 confirmed this view mutter
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state under bond on that charge and IN HONOR OP CLASS: : 1922 a The mimes of III'vl'rlt1 of tho above
After 000 for his range stock, not one head
brick
chimney.
with high of
a great to cotton In
then Starke bond concern growers! '
went to to give on :-n ml iil'iteH will not appear nn the ballot
much flguriir Mr. Boree decided that of which was listed on the rolls. view of the and, i
afternoon from four to enormous curry-over
of Wednesday t
the state charge. He had not heard the reni"on icing, that they have noopposition .
his said. the easiest way to raze the chimneywas I six at the home of Miss Clara Ma the knowledge that a IIlnlofoOl/ colton i
indictment there, he :MR. ANU MRS. HILL ENTERTAI and In the inclining of the
Subsequently a division of Bradford to partly undermine it, then pushIt Shepard.. the I. VIII( Club entertained year would make what 10nkf.11i1,0 law they are automatically nominated. -

over. to the senior class, the a had situation, worse.
complimentary fai
county was created which necessitated Mr. and Mrs. Louts H. Hill entertained vu,
the transferring of the case to this : The job being not without danger,, honor guests being: Paul E. Cunova,, "During the past eight months cotton f
the Senior Class of Bradford -- {
I volunteers were not jumping out of( Karl Roberts consumption has shown a strong
, place. School at their attractive home!) I Jr., Margaret Godwin, ,, KINK: TOMA'IOKSL. ::
High
I The former highly their shirts to accept it, and !Mr. Boree : Nellie Stearns Adinu Watson and upturn, reaching this time 11,100,000
governor was had to tackle it himself. Havlnplh'd/! in Lawtey at a dinner party Saturday: Louise Fernandez.The bales, and prospective consumption V. Moore, who" lives a short dis- t, ., 10
elated result and asserted
I. that the at federal today's charge, would result his trusty grub hoc for a while, he I night.: May 13th, in honor of Miss party played rook and, enjoyed. ) of 21,000,000 bales by the end of the tanco vat st of Stark, mada, tho first 51t
Rub
Earl
Godwin and Mr.
wiped his manly brow, for the day Margaret music and merry conversation. At t cotton year. This would leave a carryover shipment of tomntoen of the season
in the
his He termed en-
1; tire affair acquittal. I was very hot, and while resting his I erts of Lawtey.A the clone of tho evening a salad course of less than Al,000()() ) ) )() bales, from this point lout Friday Mr. Moore C t
as political persecution.MR I discarded five course dinner was served. The Ims one of this esculent, and the
r buck, went off to look for some was nerved.Besides thus getting cotton consumption andcarryover acre
wire to tie around class colors of green and white and hack to normal first picking brought 29 bushels, and t
telephone those a
the honor guests, enjoying pre-war
WALL ENTERTAINS: U. D. C. .
the class flower, carnations, was car .ho second the following day 31 biiithl ;.
I the top of thu chimney and let all this pleasant affair were :Misses biisU. -
hands pull when it would be time to ried out and used very effectively. The els.l They were sold to E. M. Thomas '
Iris
Clara Mae Shepard, Epperson,,
Mrs. W. L. Wall delightfully entertained -
white .
cards
hand painted place were t
Tell! secrets broadcast if it n H.ntlsfnetory price.TheHo .
do IluldaBnnson youdon't
of the so. Ethel Griffin, Margaret Long, your
the United Daughters
afternoon lie had gone but a few steps when with a border of green and carried the Madge Middleton, Mrs. G. K. want people to believe them tomatoes were extra fine and!
Confederacy last Thursday
he heard a rumbling sound. Looking class flower. Lewis Miss Ethel Hunt, of Hampton, "each fruit wm wrapped. Mr. Moore '
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Cherry
from four to six at her home on
crowd of
the
Later in evening a
toward I'AI'TLST CHURCH BULLETIN went to IlnineHtead a short time ago
back he saw the old chimney sway !Visa\ Violet Packard, of Cocoa, Niles
members
street fifteen being
pres. Jefferson street, and just before young Lawtey people joined them and Ray, of Dunedin, and Harold C. Wall. to:: learn how tomatoes are handled'' at

ent.The it struck the ground, the centrifugal delicious ice cream was served. Then Both the Bible school and morning' that: great! tomato center, and he IN

presided president Mrs, L. session G. Powell and, : pull caused each brick to separate dancing was enjoyed until a late hour. DEATH ().' J. I). CRAIIB service last Sunday were very impres: profiting by what he learned. Aa both r'
over the business Mr. and Mrs. Hill are favorites with Mr. and Mm. Moore enthusiast(
from its neighbor and scatter ov- live, Mother's Dny being observed In are
Mrs. W J. Epperson discharged tho the young people and a happy eveningwas for will bo wanted In ''s
er the street. The bricks had been This community was saddened on both cases Superintendent Quigley canning, nothing
duties vote of I '
of A rising
thanks secretary.to oil who assisted made in Atlanta and hardly any were spent with them. Tuesday when news reached here .of had an appropriate program for the the field, but the surplus fruit will hnpreserved.

was given Crabb of school, while suitable nvs'e' under the .
In m-'Ic' broken. the death of Master" J. D. ,
"" the Memorial Day
i"i-.- programa "Well, I'll be-blessed!" exclaimed REV. DAVGIIERTY LEAVES Joe' nville. lie was the only child leadership of Mrs. A Wall, supplemented Tomatoes have been planted extrn-

r hour the I Mr. Boree. Yea, he was twice blessed of t' and Mm. J. W. Crabb, and agra a sermon the hour lively here this season and the plants
half
ie social Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Uaugherty left il! 'ock Tostatoes v.lll l I... ..
the The ach rll. .IIt
first In going away before rf !Mr. Jesse Johnson, of of worship. -in : : ;
*' \tell by A. E. Wan Jr., for their old home In Tennessee Fri 'I on
chimney fell on him, and again in this The remains were brought way to the one hundred >1 fifty mark it our big staples from now on.
1\1" ut. vnleu and Mrs. A. Z. day. While here Mr. Daugherty worked city.
bad job well ended. Dekle while the congregation overflowed Into
, AelMna appointed having a here and Interred in cemetery.We
ved beautifully and
zeal
a Mr. Boree will probably erect a garage with unsurpassed energy host of friend In extending the Bible school room. It was truly JOHN II. POWELL DEAD I
salad with ice tea. join a
course I for the welfare of the Christian
building on one part of his property to the bereaved ones. a feast time of mother love.
sympathy i
The out of town members attendingthis church here, and we are sure that Powell died l at his home
H. ,
I but has not yet fully decided from out Oi Sunday next the usual services John
meeting were Mrs. J. T. Moore, "his works do follow him" and will The following (persons i
'what other buildings to put up. in attendance Mr. and will bo held. Bible school at 0:15:, a. Jacksonville, May 11th, and the re- j
Mrs. J. II. Carradine, of Lawtey, and be duly appreciated. lIe and his estimable of town were I
interred in Evergreen
Messrs m. Divine worship at 11 with allermon mainn were
; Miss Carradine of Baton Rouge, La. friend- Mrs. J. W Crabb the parents,
( made
wife
I ot seed by him being/!' common occur- many warm and Cleveland uncles of the deceased by the pastor on "The Discipline emfery on the 13th. Tho deceased (
Ben ,
f The state U. D. C. convention was rence. !Mr. Eaton is a candidate for while here, and they hope to nee them E. Grooves Mrs. Avery of the Desert. The ordinance of baptism was about C9 years old! and a brother I
held in Orlando May 3-5, and officers and to In Starke again in the fall. Mr. Mrs. of this Ho was
railroad commissioner came Essie Smith and will follow the morning service.B. of L. C. Powell, city.
were elected for the state.INTERESTING the voters in boo Daugherty fell in love with the people G. Powell, Mrs. hero stockholder In +
well known
Starke to interview daughter Mra. Laura Hornsby and Y. P. U. at 7 p. InEvening worship as a
half of his candidacy. He made avery here and says that his connectionwith Mrs ElJlt'eneIathlR! Mrs. at 8, when Dr. Bullcn will have .ha Powell-Smith Co., and ho was a

: VISITORR. favorable Impression. lie \U; no his church will always remain a A.children Taylor, Mrs. J. N. Densler and Mr. for hU topic, "Some Things Money prominent tlgure In the state's naval ..y;

L. Eaton, of Montlcello, was in politician, but a capable and energetic bright spot In his memory. Gus Crabb, of Jacksonville, Mrs. An- Cannot Buy.. May be your frlendior mores industry. The many friendslere l

business man, who, through a long and Mrs.\ Fannie Mae neighbors would like to share In of the deceased deplore his death
Starke enjoysthe
Eaton Morgan
Mr. nie
Tuesday. experience with transportation problems People who are stingy with thanks Chattanooga, Tenn.- these services, and are awaiting an and deeply sympathize with the bereaved -
distinction of being/! the largest seldom have an opportunity to extend Hnmmill, of
what Improvements are it them. relatives.
from
knows Invitation you. Try on
,grower and shipper of watermelon them. Lake Butler Blade.
seed in the world, carload shipments needed in this service. I I I

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: i BANDITS ROB from'lad come the no-man's that friends land of at the tho accused ed.fi':
the Everglades were setting up a prty -

to waylay the sheriff and his prisoners Effective May 8, 1922, the Excise Tax on United States Tires for Passenger cars, both

1\ ::' STUART BANK i it 'clween on here an isolated and Plant strott'h City,of where road FEED THE BABY casings and tubes is absorbed by the makers ane! is not added to the selling price.


hey were caught.LBFIt'I' United States Rubber Company.asox .

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:.'I WITH PI TOLS. C. \TIIKKKD UPi Albert W. Gilchrlst Is n son of Flor- ,I MILLIONS: : .' DOLLARS TO l: the P.jf, :. .t- i'Y t"' ,'''':) '' .
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i CASH AM::' DKPAKTKIJ. ida. You are sons and, daughters of POTASH PRODUCERS: : : : r..;.... Y It S .jj "-', "

Florida. Vote for your brother Albert. -
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ri Stuart, May 12.--Three men, one It is proposed by the tariff hill now ..;'. .. .':c":

1 Ii posing us n woman, held up
I of Stuart, just before noon today, able senator for n second term. | passing, that a new "infant Industry"

:! : took $8,113.11 In cash nml /fled in an "A tree which brinjeth forth not be adopted and reared exclusively byI ;
down and cast into I :
'" the town marshal good; fruit is cut the farmers It
automobile?, pursued! by I Is generally understood -
} I and Deputy Sheriff Morris Johns the fire." The same is true of a U. S. that it will prove to be an expensive I

!1 r Jn two other automobiles. Word win Senator. Gilchrist for the Senate- I rascal to bring up and that it will I I
[ the "Uscp"Tire r..ncuncct .
Shoals
. Henry Ford for Mussel t
j immediately sent to Sheriff Baker and have no gratitude for its "raising" "

l i t; he, with a posse of deputies, joined in Gilchrist is for better care for all after the job is done. I its new price of $IO.9Oitcarrud .1',; f"' ; :':. ., ;... I' 'l;
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, ,\> the base which late tonight: had led disabled ex-soldiers and ex-sailors antIthl.ir I In effect the bill proposes to penalize I I 'J a;! this understood contract itli! the ,\i.:!.f)11\:.''.' .... ';,..':., \ I I i
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!It: 'r', him to S'hrlnDrSoto county, from dependents. Gilchrist favors the farmers of this country, who I. <;;, \.<..:I b Uyer'J'J': : ","'J'-:.',):>{ ".;'a '., .

I.' where hi telegraphed that he had amending Federal Aid Laws, to the have just raised two ,crops at a loss, I t, ..Sl I
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i hour end that state authorities may prescribe A price reduction made In !good fal h'J : ;. \ : j
I' robbers and I for .r'
trailed the was nn trying to reach maximum production I f \ L 1Iq' ,
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and materials!, all tho U. S. advance I of tin mak "
behind them.According. specifications with greatest
t to the story of the robbery which would mean more miles, of good: I j ing scale of tariff on potash is proposed ing not only to get the price down but to /.'"I .' ",;,f : '\' :. ( a.g ." I .; i, I ....

I 5 a touring car drew up before toads in Florida. Gilchrist will work that will mean that millions of keep the quality up. &i ;," ","I. ..,+ ;Wlt "i: 1 I ..1I
for the U. S. to enter the league of
' tho bank at 11:50: thin morning and a dollars! annually must bo poured into I *1 ;i '!.. l: .' ('i: r'r ...'
such reservations will ..
nations, with as the subsidized .. .\t
out. potash producers the
; man and apparently a woman got i flJ. '"
o : The third bandit stayed in the car. The safeguard the interests of our great j United States by the farmers exclu I Today $10.90 is not the uncommon w ;: ":. 1': 4 ',: .:r.+"d

and country. Peace necessary to prosper- sively. I price it was last November. :" \" C;.,. '..; 4
.\ two went up to I he bnnk counter ; 1.:; : : :' : ;'
ity. Ciilthrist is for more business in ... ,< ''
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'f pointed revolvers at Cashier Percy When tax is placed commercial '.
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government and less government in r But the "Usco" Tire is spill the t .... 'f -'' I
1.1 Fiipro, and P. Ilylor, a clerk business I or manufacturing the tax ismerely ... :; .. I' "J>." f "'00
II. business.: The U. S. treasury!' should : uncommon tire value it always t .',: '
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The band clothed as n woman ordered I passed on to the ultimate consumer ,
tins not be made the politician's Christmastree. i! r has been. /.fYA. ,.\i. ,fJP -. :- : .
4 the bank employes to open and the consuming public pays :.'. ; ,
The inherent rights of the states ? ) "
vault and, flashing his weapon, backed I it. This cannot bo done by the farm I Because in i carrying out f.iI '': f" : :'
and individual citizens must bo Q.4 :
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them toward the safe, while the I er. Lie, does not mark his goods with ." :!iif .. :
served. Gilchrist is n real, Democrat; I the' Uhco"priccreduction ':c:' : r'. 'r..
: other men gathered up all the cash in a cost price and n selling price and ... ,' ,.j.jI
business and not i in faith learned ; ,
a plain man a poli I r good ,we ldJ .
eight ] hold until he gets it. Neither does he I (. '. ,',\. !,," .
7 tician. Florida needs him in the U. al ,
At this time, B. IT. Anderson, a barJjor i i rend out paid drummers to take orders I something about raising ,, : \ : Ii '.'

t stepped into the bank to make a S. Senate lie made good us governor; I for goods before they are made so j I the quality, too. JJ .i' "t1:1.: : ; A, H\:\,\. ,J i
will make good: as senator. I "
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deposit IIo saw the guns of the bandit that ho can calculate cost and add It's Gilchrlst's time to win. Gil I ': ,
6 and IItU red; to back out, when profit before: a wheel turns, as do manufacturers 1.\.1t ;: : S. 1
christ is the people's man. lie will win. I' '.
: the man who hud. remained) in the automobile Paid adv.OPPORTUNITY He takes chances on the United "' $ ...-'oJ \ l\; \',": ,/'
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jumped from the car, and, weather, insects and fungi 1 as to production are Good Tires : ",,.':'',,'L.t\' \.',,

drawing a revolver, forced Andersonto and goes into the market asking '. 'If'i .,
MMJ BUSINESS J
go bnck inside the bank. | "What will you plvE""llnw cnn '!
TRAININGAs : :
t The interruption apparently frltrhtcned I he pass on to the consumer' a special;' Copyriirtul"l.. 9J:

the two inside. and, nil withdrew tax? Not at all V.ILlamC*
a result of the increased interestin I
quickly, jumped in thr car and led.( By
the short course in business training The farmers of the United States 'T ,,
this time the town had I become aroused I I r i
use about 7,000,000 tons of fertilizers
which will be put on by the general ) II
and n poso wns quickly organized: extension division and the summer ja year. One of the essential consti- II I I \ /

and pursuit started. school at Gainesville, June 1 ith to vents' of all complete fertilizer is pot II I

1.. Apparently, according to SheriffBaker' August 9th, the scope of the work of- ash. The cost of producing potash in I United States "fines +
i telegram from Sebrinir'
thp fered has been extended, and the new the United States has been from $100 -

r bandits chunked cars near Fort Pierce course of study as now planned is designed a ton to $125 a gross ton, and the out- I United States ((0 Rubber Company+ i ,; ?'' '
where the touring cur used here in the put is entirely inadequate to supplytho ,- ,
to help meet the needs of several I FfrN fAse 7A.Ml.l n.A /scone71re Aundmtand ,
robbery wns found with the woman's : demand, the maximum beinl; I !a"t.r"5 RuAA.r lhyunuarwanM Wm!d WrrY P".amnoh., ; Fj,y
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tlolhing and, two bottle, of whiskey. slightly over 200,000() tons of I o t' xrr
1. Those engaged in business who gross ;;
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The sheriff said the pursuit was hampered crude potash, representing 1,000( tons .I f a'
wish to fit themselves for larger, :1.1
,I# by heavy rains across the prairie -, fields of practical business activity. I of K-2-O. The importations from Germany I 4\U. ilati F.It.\th __ 61.\LLlfs. u.\\s\Lt _A.li. tP _\ta

I which tended, to obscure the trail 2. Graduates of business colleges in 1913 was a million tons valued -
Tho sheriff's office at West .
Palm at $13,000,000.'I'nking -
who desire' advanced work in business
t Bench WHS furnished descriptions of I I ....
the men and report confidence in their training 1913 as a normal year theimports CancBuy J. W. Andrews Jr. Dealer Starke Fla.
a I 3. Regular college students planning of J potash are approximately ,
q ability to locate the men who did the
job. to enter business or public ser 1,000,000 gross short tons, containing U. S. Tins:
vice. 2.;;0,000 short tons of available potash

I'I'To'ort 4. High school teachers who are ((1-2-0)).
Pierce, May 12. I
-Closely pursued A'ivlnIC01''\| plan to give, courses In According( to the schedule of the .
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posse ,
sociology and economics. proposed tariff the potash content of
three men who shortly before noon ,, farmer in the way of higher price potash C1cmT
250,000 tons will
Students who cannot stay for the carry a duty of two
held and robbed the bank of Stuart will to the Federal treasuryto
up |I KO
entire short course will be permitted. und one-half cents a puund for the
reached this vicinity about 12:30 where it can supply the demand.
: and to attend for one month and continue |I first two years, totaling $11,400,000
nt a point on the back White City road' for In his( case all the tribute paid by the
each I
their studies by correspondence( thru year or $22,800,000 for the
about a mile southwest of Fort Pierce, farmer goes directly to the manufacturers -
the general: extension division, providing two years. The third year it will '
abandoned the car in which they werespeeding of potash and not to the gov
satisfactory progress has been ry a two cents pound duty or $
ran across field of cnr-I' ernment.If .
a scrub
made in residence. College credit will 000000. The fourth year the 1 'lt llyt
palmetto, jumped into a Ford car be given to all who are duly qualified one and one-half cents a pound this enormous tax of $1 13: .00,000

parked on a back road, and sped on on satisfactory completion of their $7,500,000. The fifth and last year it is paid by subsidy, by all of the people '

toward Okeechohee. After running a then the nation, as a whole will '
work.A will have a one cent a pound rate or
short distance the Ford engine stopped large number of applications for 1000000. Using round numbers on- be interested and will stop paying the ;: .: L

; and when three men approached subsidy at the end of five But,
enrollment have been received already ly the grand total for the five years years.
in another car they were forced to get if it is heaped on the farmers alone it '
and since the classes in accountingand would be $45,300,000. Elberton Blue Georgia Granite
out and, start it again. is doubtful indeed, if they can get rid
transportation must be limited, This is more than has been Imported -
Meantime news of the holdup reached of this tax in five &"THE STONE ETERNAL"A .U ,
those desiring to take the work should annually since! the beginning of the years.If

Fort Pierce, and a posse of citizensquickly write for an application blank and I World War and the only thing that past experience Is any criterion, And GEORGIA MARBLE, infos; various hadesrmake jj|
; formed with that
joined from bulletin of information as soon as pos- ,will keep) it from going back to normal whether this tax is paid l by subsidy or i iI
Stuart and set out in of thedesperadoes.
i ; ; pursuit ible, addressing the General Extension : will be a continuance of the general paid by the farmers, we may expect MEMORIALSRenowned

The search was kept up Division, University of Florida, 'depression: that this "pampered Infant" will be
l all afternoon, but without "'--Icre!!... :
I Here hII in to show at the I
Gainesville: Fla. $15,300,000 wall of protection a position congress
The men, one of whom \Is said to be
thrown around an "infant" industry end of five years that to fall to extend J.
well known and the others unknown
) TO T1IOSK rrIAY: CONCERNThe : for the first five years of the the protecting arm a few more h FOR ARCHITECTURAL' DIGNITY ,
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art believed to have eluded their pur- ,
hot home process. The worst feature years will be equivalent to stabbing to

1 suers either by taking it woods road I law in regard to the paymentof ,af which is that this $15,300,000: tribute tho heart the "splendid child" of its l, and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE
or by abandoning their car and taking y
sales and miscellaneous( taxes is is to be exacted from a comparatively past good treatment. t\.\
the bush.The .
to that: returns and remittances must bo few people who have no The picture to be held up to view Three essential factors to be considered in buying monuments
Buick in which the
car
run male st us to reach the office of the way of distributing the burden to the will be ghastly. An industry nurtured are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-
was made from Stuart, is said) to have ,
' Collector of Internal Revenue, Jacksonville whole population. The advocates of to life and vigor only to be deliberately RIATENESS. You have the of this comb
been taken from a negro near Hobe assurance : : -
Fla., on or before the last the bill take great pains to figure/ out murdered in cold blood.l Those I
Sound, after he had been beaten nation whenjbuying: our material.
up. Jay of the month following that for how much per acre or per capita this behind the business will be no kinderof
The car it now in the possession of
the sheriff of this county and bears which the tax was collected. amounts to and dwell upon the smallness heart than are the gang that* is now COGGINS MARBLE: co. CANTON GP.

Heretofore, however, returns and remittances per acre unit or inhabitant. If it fighting the proposal to lease Muscle
Florida license tak No. D.IR09-192. Leading Manufacture of the SouthField
mailed on the last day of I is really good policy to feed this infant Shoals plant for the purpose of making -
or Special Representative
When abandoned, it contained the ,
ffI the month have been accepted by the at public expense it ought to be atmospheric nitrogen which is a I
woman's
clothes, said to have been
W. ELLERY
collector and not construed as delin- done by all the people and not by a companion element of phosphoric acid DAVIS. STARKE, FLA.
worn by one of the men at the time of
quent, even though same were not received .f>1ppf: few No I and potash in commercial fertilizer.
one hill th
the hold-up. by him until the next day. The farmer. So that In effect Day this tax is There has not been such depression :.. ..........,.._. .'D'''' 8983 WI lmWm''nmmnY-. .... ............ _,.................... i

ly Bandits Captured at Plant City department has called attention to the in reality a vocation tax. The great and despondency among the. farmers -- >e tt n,

West Palm Beach, May 11.-Sheriff fact that such returns are considered bulk of it is paid by the Southern of this country in 50 years and to add rat of 186,000 miles a second. Time human Imagination. It Is a mere guess .I::

Baker today brought back Hanford delinquent and must not be accepted States, no that it Is In effect a sectional this burden to them just at this time and space have been annihilated.By to determine just what place this remarkable

as having been paid on time. tax. will be adding insult to injury by invention
Mobley and "John Clarence Jones," Approximately forty percent pen means of suitable sending and will take in human t\

..t two 17-year old youths accused of rob As the tax for which these returns of it Is paid by those who do not alizing them for trying to make It receiving apparatus your thoughts can usefulness. The telegraph, the telephone ...\

bing the Bank of Stuart at Stuart, and remittances are made was collected own the land they till, so that in effect possible for the world to live. be sent out into space at unthinkable the automobile and the air f'

on or before the last day of the it Is to W. A. McRAE plane
this county Friday,.when they escaped a large extent a bonus speed and travel nobody knows how largely have annihilated distance }

with 8,114 in a bold daylight rob- month, the person sending same to the to be extracted from the poorest class Commissioner of Agriculture. far. As yet the radiophone is in its and measured the time element ;

bery. He lodged the two prisonersin collector has had ample time in whichto of tenant farmers. Eighteen million infancy just as the telephone and automobile In communication by the perfection of

the county jail here and reportedthat make the necessary reports and remit dollars is rather a high tribute to be TilE RADIO MARVELIt yere a few years ago, but it facilities. The radio-the phone that .

$2,335.05 of the money was recov. the amount due before the end of levied on the tenant farmers to buildup is known that we can talk through acts over countless miles of space withno N

ered. the following month, and in order to an industry in five years that is was not long ago that Morse, after thousands of miles of air. People in medium of transmittal except the

He brought: back, too, the story of a avoid penalties for delay, in future all supposed to be a benefit to 120,000,000 long and tedious effort, induced Jacksonville have heard In their own air, fills the last gap, and is the greatest

l cross-country chase through southern persons required to make such returns people.If Congress to appropriate $30,000 to homes the bands playing in New York as well as the newest destroyer of

Florida: during which the two fleeing must get them to the collector in sufficient this infant must! be fed from a enable him to demonstrate that he I! and heard Concerts and speeches in I distance and solitude. It links up the

bandits held up two pursuers forced time to prevent any question silver spoon for five yearn there is only could send messages over a wire by other cities. I I near with the far by the common bondof

them to repair their car, which had arising as to delinquency.D. one way to do it honestly and that electricity. Then came Bell who invented Broadcasting stations are already';, human speech. The city and village

y broken down, and of threats from other T. GEROW, la by subsidy "But," says someone, a method to enable men to talk established at various centers to dig dweller, the miner in the hills,

members of the gang to deliver the Collector of Internal Revenue. "the tariff will get the money into the to each other over a wire. Then Mar tribute Into the air all sorts of information i J the sailor at seat, the explorer in far

i$ men, conveyed to Sheriff Baker thru treasury and the subsidy, will take it coni found a way to send messages and entertainment for the pub-:' off solitudes, can now be in touch with

Restaurant l\Ianugl'r-Glad to see out for the benefit of the potash manufacturers. without wire. These miracles followed 'all the world.-Moses Folsom in Florida
the sheriff of St. Lucie, to whom word a lie. All you have to do is to put a receiver
sir. And how did find the "
you, .
you
each other that Metropolis.Few .
a > I so regularly from your radiophone to your |
f Only One .'B OM() QUININE" steak? In answer to this it is only necessary few stopped to wonder at them. We ear and you are connected up with the '

I, To Bt ttte frennlne,till (or full name LAXA I'stron-Oh. easy enough. It was to point to the fact that if the are able to talk now from ships at sea world. This Is the Age of Air. | men are considered truly great
riVK UKOMO QOIN IN Y. I.ooklou'"o..r.o.' right under the potato.-Topics of the law accomplishes its t
purpose, little to friends the land the words
? very on The limits of the
K. W.GHOVK. e..ru. CoM fn On Day. blopejouuh passing possibilities of the until their name appear on a cigar
** Dud headachy* and -r jrjrotf .old., \ JSc Day. I of the tribute exacted from the over the wastes of water at the radiophone are fixed by the limits of label.IIWYInWYwYxp.


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FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1922. HUA.'tb. COON I'V TELEIR .tI'li IH/, ,.. ,,11/ClII" t' \i.E: I t.
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-- Jacksonville for a visit with relatives I T. N. Limbnuuh, of Starke, wan at. 1"1
News of Florida in Short lJ.
Paragraphs E. Cavtur mul son, Ruhiiul., ],, w("ovisitors : tending' to business here Wednesday ,
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.w p.-i. "" .,,,,"..! >, ..?. '. ....,wt>."inn. to St aits., ': ThursdayM'I /afternoon. f

i ii : Myrtle St"irliii t.f < ;)1'1 :,t. Mr. Hitch, of St.llrkuVIIS a buslncB 'i uF.
Live State News cigarettes !Mary\ returned to her home ::;".lIlIla)' visitor here Wednesday afternoon. '

after n visit i here with her Kramlpur- i lira G.V.. Ilazon and ion, Eury, '
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t .M.exa.unw".r.ww"r.a.a.a4e..sew..x.unuxu.nxwauuuuwruwnTold .& .r't t: tints, Mr. and Mm. S. J. Starling. Miss sp?'iit purl of lusl week in Starke.
by Our Exchanges. v Willie Mae Oliver the weekend
1 w Carrie Starling accompanied her home spent '
for n short visit.F. with homefoIkH at fine Hill. /

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Hustings' Irish potato crop is esti- A new industry is planned for Pcnsacolu. : : V Sunday. Little Miss\ Hazel Crews Friday: afternoon in Starke.

', :nerd! to bring in five million dollars A factory will soon be established I returned homo with him for a short Ifotrnu Smith, of Sampson, was here
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'ihn 1 year. I I I to extract fish oil and acidulated Thuradjy afternoon.

i fish scrap. Tho company will operate -I I II visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie GrifTis are visiting Marvin listen spent last woek-cnd \
A consideration of $135,000 was in- !|I a vessel in this business which relatives Maxvillo: during! this in Jticksonvillo.

volved when the G. F. Pierce orange will be equipped with tanks, presses te I week

grove of Frostproof was purchased and other adequate machinery for extracting I Mrs. Wlmborly, ;Hiss Winifred Im.lWOIWHrlldford. f'

Friday( by W. J. Smith, of Philadel- ,, the oil from the menhaden, a Wimberly and II. C. Wimberly, Jr.,

phis !: fish that is found in abundance along won (transacting business in Lnwtey.Monday. :May 10.-Kev. W. M. Car.I .

the coast of Florida and Alabama. I : lisle preached two interesting sermons

r i A.: Lawton, of Astor, Is engagedin I' 1'. L. Williams of Jacksonville, was I Sunday in the absence of Rev. Waro. '

+hip'pins palm fronds all over tho Gilmoru and Gilmore contractors of I :t b'"!sin'SM visitor here Monday. I J. C. Cone, of Urooker, was look-

I mti'd" States These are used for Lecsburer, have been in communication .1 I. !Mnrr\ ntnl Ed,1 Mart were visitors : inp,:; after husmcsx' hero Saturday

l Ic .,r..tive purposes and on Palm Sun- for the past six weeks with parties nr- i I to Starke Monday night. I Mr. and !Mrs. Leonard Cook andbaby

lax the demand is very large. ranging to build n new town, some! 16miles They Joe Marr, of Stavke, visited relatives of !'t. White, wero visitor in

i I north of Tampa, which has been areGood here Sunday and Monday! this community a few days lust. week.

Thi' Hank of Green Cove Springs and named "Hollywood By the Sea." The Mrs. J. V. KdwimU: was shopping in

'hi Atlantic National Bank of Jack- |[ first edifice to be erected is a quartermillion )I I ItltOthElt Worthington Tuesday.C. .

M.nville,. purchased the city Improve-j dollar Casino, to be built on 1 M. Andrea and (). W. Harry were

)in.. III bonds of Green Cove Springs. i i the ocean bcuch. This will bo followed IJrookcr !May\ ID.-Messrs. C. E. I business, visitors to Take Itutler last

fh,, $i.0,000issue brought a premium by railroad station, to cost not Crosby, II. 1'. Gainey, C. N. Shaw and week.!

of $Th0 and accrued interest. less than $200,000 and 2.>0 residences, this and Save E. T. Stewart spent Tuesday+ aftor- Several linh. frys wero enjoyed hers
Money
Buy Cigarette
including a beautiful park. noon transacting busimvs at the county lust week.

At the sale of ten of the eighteen I seat. Misflctt: !lassie nod Hay \Veeks and,

lots from the aid Putnam House site Hanchey Brothers received $2,201)) Jo'r"lllfuz11 and H. VGal..icy spent Miss, TlIrtwr.' of I.nCrossi/ attended

qi rulatka, new real estate values i| for the first cur of watermelons ship Wednesday, morning at Sturlie.I the ice cream/ supper at the homo of

wonset when $150;; per front foot was | pet out of Fort Myers this season. this little city by the sea will becomethe days, until thu present term of federal I I I Mis. 1'. M. Han-foot mid! daughter, !Mr. and :Sirs II irrell Friday

paid! for the property. The car l left April Kith: and was! consigned leading summer and winter resortof court Today the captain[ was Int'7 and .luanila, lire visiting relatives IlrM.! C. M. Andrea and daughter,

I to New York. The car contained Florida. The hotel is to be built found 'Vuilty, and $l.1iO! a day, less 10 in Plant City thin week.I Fey, were visitors to Worthington on j

Gadsden county voted on tho seventh'' 1,200 fine watermelons\ grown near of concrete, manufactured from the cents a day for meals was turned ov- I I I Matthews: of Sturke, was in Friday.

"of this month nearly two to one in favor here. Hanchey Brothers. asked $1,500for oyster! shells, the contents of which er to tho boys as fees for remaining | town Wednesday' afternoon Ancil :Shaw: and family passed thruhero

of tick eradication, and the federal the car on the truck here but as has made this place famous for years. as witnesses for the government in I E.: Bryan of New River, was t transacting Sunday enrouto to Little i

government will now supply them they were offered only $1. OO for the The hotel will have a modern ice fac- the prosecution of the captain.A business' here Wednesday. Springs.
I The many friends, of Sirs I. A. Mr.: /and Mrs. llarrell vl"itlln Union
with an inspector so they can ship melons they decided to ship the car tory, laundry and private dairy. Tho
their cattle out, and systematic dipping ) themselves to the New York market beautiful bathing beach in front of'' ItroHii wlio was carried to Starke on enmity Sunday, afternoon.
will start at once. the hotel will be lined with pavilions large collie dog was one of the I Tuesday for medical treatment, arefrlad A. A. ]Hiizen stud family, of !Ilrooker tr i
bathhouses chief mourners at the funeral at Jacksonville to learn she i I..* much improved at : punned t through herd Sunday en-
I C. J. Sukup thirty years old an and piers. It Is expectedthat t
Wednesday of its master, J. '
this .
writing. route to Little where attended
Springs they
Stock yards of Live Oak alone will employe of the Florida East Coast the hotel will be completed and 1) Crabb, an 11-year old lad 1 who was W. W. 'Thomas of Cooler Pond wa* I thimh.W. #
;
Railway at Miami shot himself ready for during the coming ,
i. to opening
this season 16,000 hogs, valued at suffocated to (h'lIthIon.lay! night
ship I in here lust TueHilny.L. M. 11111'1'1.1WII"\ a l>IIMh"'IIS11141-
more than a quarter million dollars. death in his home there. Friends) believe winter season. when a tunnel! the boy and his playmates !Morgan served the people on rural tor to IjiiCrnHHO Saturday.Kvil t5

Owing: to the decline in the price of ,, that despondency because his had dug under the home caved rout two last week, on account of ----.
holts during the winter it is estimated wife had left him was responsible for All units of the Florida National in. The collie \vus lit the mortuary ; the illness' of Mrs. L. A. Brown, wife : iloirti" howl mightily when they

that upwards of half a million pounds his act. It is said that Mrs. Sukup Guard except the First Coast Artillery this morning whey|i it was opened( and of the regular currier. are" dente I Jt

of meat was cured in the county.A I left and then returned to got her per company, Jacksonville have been during the funeral service in the chapel The farmers are busy shipping cucumbers ,

sonal effects.! Five minutes after she ordered to prepare for the annual encampment took a place under the casket where \henna, etc. There has. been n

burglar who entered the home of departed neighbor heard n shot and at Camp Johnston about his. howls were so frequent in tu interrupt good bit of produce shipped from, here
he was dead when they found him. His! '>'.June 1 according to statements they I :,
Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Brown, of Plant'itv yesterday the prol'.dinItM.111'n, this Hcnsnn and more to go. 1886
< : Thursday afternoon, stole the six year old 1 child was in an adjoiningroom. by local military officials. The casket was placed in the hearse, to but I Mrs. 1). W. lluzen. spent a f.w.IIlYA

hnhbunk.. NothiiiK el'se was miss- t Coast Artillery unit, the only one of taken to the train the dog climbed! in I of last week in Starke lit tho" bedside I Ks

.1.t .ilthouuh bureau drawers had been I its character in the slate, will go to and nil effoits to. remove him were of her daughter, Mrs.. I,. A. Brown.Mr. .
,. The bunk contained between' !State'; Shell Fish commissioner; Ilod- Fortress Monroe, Va., in July for its nnnvailinir. lie made the trip to the '
-ni'd.! anti !Mrs.. 1.J.: Ward! and daughters DAVISINSURANCE
to Mr. Crown. tea is In port Apnlachicola and will training period. It is understood that train. When the tunnel caved In, theboy's
c: iml $1, according I' Him tutu and :Mrs. Grady Kelluv, /
remain there for several days, per- Georgia and Alabama National Guard ,'1'/
mother and. the dog begun digging and little ,daughter' of Gainesville: ,
sonally superintending the replanting5f units be trained at John-
A new, packing house has just been may Camp for the lad lit the same moment. were here Weiltieiulav afternoon.
the public bars of Franklin ston this with the Florida! 1ji
oyster summer With the removal of the body the col-
niplcted[ at Williston and is already J. s. Forsyth, of ZilT, was here on :
county. He has with him two other troops. lie was locked 1 up but broke out and .
cucumbers. It employs -- ---- --- -
!h
> \' packing
,between, 50 and 00 people. Besides boats and men to be used in the planting nil day yesterdiy ho remained i at the 4nlds, C t'li-e tirip ami" tnilucnnLAXATivr : .

numbers the plant will pack and ,: operations, besides local oyster- Arthur F. Chase, former member of scone of the disaster, refusing to bo rtrovti) OH'MNE!:'riM.-imri-ni I II
men. Eighteen hundred barrels of the Texas *' '.'.. '
Rangers, now employed asa : driven away. '4C"I' rh.- tdcot" t' .1111.!
>hip, cantaloupes, watermelons, 'ab- oysters have been planted this'! season guard in the registered mail sectionof I, E. W iUOVK; :'., and all products tIle ,
hare, eggplants --- --- --- ---
by the commission on the public bars the Chase National Bank of New ,
\ "rar around. I so far, and the real work has'! just be York, was arrested! charged with the The town of LaCrosse and farm I,
community/ around il have inrll',1tnkl.n HELPED : Iri4n'I i! = ( 1': ;t'xncnricn"'lrtiill7xpr '
theft from the bank of
gun. April 17 $ I ISO-
Anthony Benedict Slyvla plant man on new life till'' lust two weeks.Tho .
U
000! in Liberty hond The police department ;r COFFINS & CASKETS
of the Southern Bell Telephone Company I farmers begun harvesting their "
Robert II. Norman drowned In REGAiH STRENGTH
way: announced that the bonds
And Full Line of
DoLnnd has been awarded a citation Irish potato crap and every daylight a ,
Indian Pond about two miles north- "
had been found in a St. Augustine ,
and the Theodore N. Vail medal hour .since has seen a busy community i Undertaker' Suppltn '
west of Dade City Tuesday afternoon bank and Hint John W. Vardi-man, ,
for courageous and resourceful action j while there on a fish fry with other former employe of the bank and his lending every bit of i-m-rnv" towlll'1 AUTIMOBILE: HEARSE o t

in rescuing an helpless invalid of froma his parties. !Mr. Norman went into the wife had been taken in custody, in Savannah movement of the crop while favorable. All Alabama Lady Was S'ck For Hire I AloaTH on hBii<*. 'I 1 ho brat nr e
risk weather continues
at the ent
burning; building II water in his undergarments and cor- G.I., in connection with the fields in the community IIfill,1 with Years, Suffering Pain,Nervous It wtr. .! Hi. .kiwi'Ht priori. 8p.* I
life.
own duroy trousers to swim. lIe started theft. Vardeman is alleged to have rut llrnlliin tu telegraph or- {
busy men, women, boys) and /girls getting and Depressed-Read Her
t across the lake and when thirty feet taken the bonds to St. Augustine: uItegisterrd Etnbelmer.DeWTIT .
$ Half a million silk worms are said from the shore and in about eight feet the potatoes into barrels to bo Own Story of( Recovery. i I
St. Augustine I hauled) to the grader.,! Every road goIng (
to be at work near of water he called for help and criedhe The skeleton of a large specimen of --C-- JONES Q \
They are spinning; silk and telling the ,, to the depot is almost 11 continuous -I :
was drowning. A log was pushedout whale was brought to Tampa
+ sperm : s r ARKE, FLA J "
and trucks 10Ild,1with
Florida could develop linn of wagon ,I
world how easily to him hut he sank just\ as he triedto by Naturalist Ferguson of Punta Gor- <
the silk-growing industry if Flor- barrels. And at the depot one Paint nock, Ala.-Mrs. C. M. Btf'p1J, MWUKSOCHDOV) ':P1I1I'1mClUFJmmf'lm\tIIJDJQI'mnllll\ :
grasp it. da, to be assembled and placed in the .
ida were not so rushed trying to takeadvantage finds a veritable bee hive of activity .f near her, recently related the following -
local museum of natural history. The
each driver culls to one ahead of Interesting account of her r.
of thousand! other oppor- an ASPIRINName
a As a climax of the collegiate year.supplementinA' skeleton, sixty-seven feet long, weighs .
'
at hand. him to hustle his load on to the platform covery "I was In a weakened con
tunities temptingly
placed the
regular
in Interest four and a half tons, and Mr. Ferguson -
and make room for another ve dltlon. I was sick: three years In bed ----
commencement exercises, will he the he believes search of [
says a authentic I
19 of Pcnaacola hicle. The platform and the covered offering a great deal of pain, -weak
Miss Beulah Van Matre, program that Is to he given in connection records ,will show it to be the "Bayer" on Genuine
awoke recently and read tho of the shed of the S. A. 1.. freight depot hasevery ,, nervous depressed.! I was so weak
the cornerstone -
with laying! largest specimen possessed by
J any filled I couldn't walk across the floor: Just
in morn-I available! foot of space
of her "sudden death" I
of the
news of one of the buildings museum in the country. The whale'sbody bad to lay and my little ones do the v i s+
lag paper. Friend: carried flowers to :| Greater Southern College at Lakeland was washed ashore at the mouthof with barrels of potatoes and a I largecrew work. I was almost dad. I tried j jJ1I jy

her home, following the printed notice I these exercise to be conducted Crystal river, on the west coast, ', of men kept feverishly busy lit every. thing.. I heard, 'if, and a number of /-,
she had and. loading! cars. doctors. Still 1 Ililn't get any relief.
which details of how with membersof !'''Iot'rallingpotntoes
gave May 25th, in Lakeland, thirteen months ago. During the hur- I couldn't eat, duel slept poorly. I
"passed, away suddenly" and her "fu-i' the faculty and, the !student\ body ricane of last October it floated off. In belleva If I hadn't heard! of and taken

ncral Icing held up pending the arrival and alumni in attendance. Arrangements November the remains were found on Floyd Padgett, HI 1!) years of age! IH Cardul I would Lava died. I bought

of her sister from college." are being perfected to make the an island seven miles distant. In a DC) Land hospital with a deep gush ilz bottles, after a neighbor told me
what It did. for her.
day one of special importance in the in his throat and his skull crushed, us
I "1 began to cat and sleep, began to
Municipa.1! Judge Earman and attaches college calendar.The Eleven of the twelve counts in the the result of an attack made on him gala my strength and am now well I

of his tribunal at Palm Beach, indictment against Sidney J. Catts! while he lay in bed at his home S. and strong, 1 bavon't tmd, any trouble n wnrol UH.IBBH

received a rnilil shock one day this St, Mary's river, dividing Flor- former governor of Florida, charging W. Batsford, employed by Padgett's alone I turn can testify to the ?Bii ('r" on packiiKn you or ,on see tablets the l Mme + ; '
week when a dice shooter, fined $25: ida from the Georgia line on the north peonage in connection with a negro stepmother as a nurse to care for i iI good that Cardul did me. I don I I, art not gutting genuine Akpirin you"'"-

for gambling, nonchalantly pulled a east, was/ recommended by Engineer named Ed Brown, wero stricken out I Floyd was held by the police on suspicion. think and I believe there Is It saved a hotter mj Ufa.tonIc" mad rrllwl ,by physiriium, fw (wBntyJi.n. i r'yearn.nd '
roll of from his pocket, peel- the only feasible! of the Indictment by Federal District said to have I tirovml safe by million. Tak
currency Joseph E. Craig as I Padgett was a I For over 40 years, thousand of women Atiplrin only an tulil In the lUynr '('kyle e
ed off a $500 bill passed it to the source of Jacksonville's future water Judge Wm. B. Sheppard, of Pensacolii slight chance for recovery despite his have used Cardul ucceinfuHf.. for ColI... 1I6I1d..h. .! is
clerk and smilingly asked for his supply. Engineer Craig's recommendation when the defendant's demurrer was wounds. Young Padgett has been a In the treatment of many womanly tutrn, h irarha, To..l'hhn, LurohainTTiid '
to the sustained to eleven counts and denied ailments. for' I'al" n. )Iliudy tm |lio X<.. of twelva Stayer, i
change. waS mado in a report as helples s Invalid for a year and Batn- TnbloU of ),
If suffer' m thane women did, Arnirin cot fw "..ntll. Driurfflirtj. -
-4'' ; city commission which some time ago as to one count. The governor's ford, whose family came here about a lake you CarduL It mar help lOU too. also eel! larger r>""Ie.K.( ... 'A.pirTni
The first car :of ochre to be shipped employed him to make asurvey of the attorneys asked for a little time In month ago from Long: Island, N. Y., At aU drug!:"!: Ssts. B t( of M the triwln, mark of lUyor M...niifivuturaRe1ui.iion ;
from Flagler county. It adjoining the which decide what Tuesday MouWeetlratldeeter of SeJteyliuacid.aij .
Florida left various lakes and rivers to course they was employed to watch him. -

was mined, ground and prepared at city from which the city can draw water would pursue in view of the court's afternoon Butsford called the po- ...

t the Pidcock-Roberts mine about eight before the present artesian well ruling on the indictment. The govern lice and notified them of the attack. i

ml'l's'west' of Bunnell. 'ir a" 'is supply Is exhausted. ment's attorneys will probably makean According to Batsford, a stranger In Prices will make u mistukc
t order fertilizer
known, this is the only In, 'y of the announcement In open court Friday came to the house and sent (Bats- .ou' your
.1 without tGt.a: !.:*- w'1 I Issued. I'li.-.tr
L'"a f- Florid Th' ""' expects The Miami\ police and the IIherit''soffice of this week.,: 'TVheli.er; the KOV. ford) away to get some cigars. Whenhe *" < our rile Fertlli/ero. In,

cr I( > to ship large con vents to are searching for a motorcyclerider ernment will go/ to trial on the single returned, Dat ford says, he found of Materials prompt shipment r 'now.
aectiiidea.. Sprayers Poultry SUppll H.
. Philadelphia and New York. who posing as a traffic officer, count left in the indictment or will the bedridden boy lying In pools of
t motorists for al- abandon the is been and E. O. PAINTEIt FERTILIZER' CO.JACKSOWILLE .
t f --- has been holding up case problematical.A blood. Ills throat had cut i
FLORIDA
Offices of four law firms here were leired speeding and collecting cash his head crushed with an axe. Bate I

. entered and ransacked at Miami. None bonds from $;) to $20. lIe held up a year ago, two negro boys managed ford, it was stated, was recently released Ret NEW March 1922, reduced orlre >(. before buylnir.. +

; reported the loss of anything of value deputy sheriff the other night and to get $7 together to pay a negro from jail there where he served r

and County Solicitor Fred Pine do- hen stopped the deputy disclosed his captain to smuggle them into the a sentence for breaking' and enterIng t

dared that he believed the burglars I II Identity and suggested, that the "traf- United States. Today they left this at Orange City, near there.

I were searching for Important paper I It It I P' officer" was perhaps a new man on country for Nassau with the greatest' I GENERAL INSURANCE

,t thought to be In the hands of one of the force. The unidentified rider said, fortune either had ever seen before, llir.IILANU

I l the lawyers. The safe in one office "Oh, It's all right If you are a deputy $I01.CO each, paid them by the United HAROLD C. WALL

vas rifled but $10 in it was not touched. ," and moved of!. At that time the States government as witness fees Highland: May 19-Mm. Owen :Marr

deputy did not know a fake officer was against the smuggling captain. Palm and baby went to Starke Wednesdayfor STARKE FLORIDA

operating. Beach county deputy sheriffs arrested a visit with her sister, Mrs.' D. L. r

To Cure a Cold In One Day the captain and the two boys at St. Rlgby and Miss Ella Mary, FJRE. LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILEv i

T.k. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE M_).", Cedar Key is to come Into her own Lucie inlet and all three have been II. C. Wimberly, Jr., was a visitorto
lap* the (outfit and Hc-xtn.'h. and ">rli oC hotel erected and held since that
time
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'U' H ,1\01(11 COUNTY) TEI.E.!: :KAI'M. ,I'AKKk. ,,'. ( RIUFIUDAY. MAY 19, 1922.
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Bradford everybody else miserable. In the to the piston and connecting rod improvements -, to visit Miami. N. T. TMTCTff I Ity and to work ta'thtully for the wolfar,.i.,
County lilegntphFuhli.xhrd I O. 3. GRIFFII*, ,I the dlntrlM Th support. of the voters/ ftt ,
nvrnniilntr
church the helpful ones sorely try the insures smoother running j Yours sincerely, W. T. VVKUKS C cctoraBubflcrfbrd primary la rpaprrtfully imtptr| | ).
of tho with and .. and. sworn to before ins thin 17th I.. n F.DWARn"I
patience better balanced
:' pastor, sg'etion motor. The I L. P. ZIMMERMAN.! dR, of May, 1V22. I

weekly and entered 111'1' : about texts and their intcrnre- material used in the Ford crankshaftand I ------ --- EVERETT M. JOHNS. FOR f"OMMIRSIONF.R-DlSTIUCT. s
t class I 1- of the choir their fusslne MOTIIERS'ILtYINTHEB.ti'TIST NiSi' .ry Public-: I hfnhv nnnounoo that I am a rIM; lut,*
second matter at the post ltlon8. by tho care and precision in Its manufacture I I for Cmintv Commiwilonor. Plntrlft NO'1 i

office at Starke, Florida. ' f
and to be Judtnd .
I paCt am willing by mr -
do with the management of church affairs The new Ford carburetor gives In Announrrmpnl ululor thl. hradinir. not *..* I not If elected' /this t'mo' I promlio tin.. ...
CCfldlnu Inch In trnuth. about 72 words' fnrTtil and eonflHpntlotifl a.t..nllon I to .
.' R. !S. \TrilEWS Editor and Owner by their Interference and u
ffestionit. A newspaper office is, more different from the carburetorr'revionsly the Sunday school hour honoring < inn ,n .I urn' for I">. payable) ) at time offlia I J. L. UNOERm

I 4 Our old rcwHpiiper friend, lIon. E.I than any other place, tho object of solicitation used the new CnMtrllctiI1Imoro"es ( Mother, and impressing upon the I 1--. Iniirrtlnn.-'---. -' .-- I I am a caml'ilal. for County Commliio n'r

I S. Matthews of Starke, i is n candidate! by the helping on'q. They the all around performance younger pupils tho homage due this BTATK'S ATTORNEY JudicialCircuit the for .IXHtrlet in T">ort nf No.the* il voter, and at rcfliTcrtfutlv the, primary.... '"(('

i. for the legislature from Bradford somehow imaitine that the editor his of the motor giving It n quicker pickup test of all earthly friends. The nttendance ,I To the Domucralle: Voter of Eighth linn to be laid! careful lime Ath attention If elected. I ,"I 1 I I.,.
mynelf to give to mv I t"
J ''I diflleultv In finding matter to fill hn was good 121 h..inpreHt'nt.. I I hereby announce my CHnrtlclaey for the or. ""?
i r county. Ho Is n progressive/ and tire1- and a greater flexibility of action. I: .1 fire. of Statp Attorney of the Klulilh Judicial S. j. rnrcscoT- i
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less worker for tho best interests oft "nr>pr with, or that he does not know The wiring. system has been completely The men lass showed the largest in- i Circuit$ comprinlnir: : l.nv.:: Inrhun:: Putnam.., COUNTY {O'lf'VIII'RIONF.R-DISTRIC'T: Va. (
I Irinirli-r. and Balicr count'
how to choose matter and they kindly crease.I Tliailford. Union 1 he**<'hy nnnntiner. mvitelf nil a .and') ', rp
his nnd his electionlt re-designed, and while it costs (
county we predict) Juno B,
t I .,,,")"'ot to ihii, primnrv elittlon of for Tonntv CommlnKloner for Plttrlct :N.: .
,( by A snfo majority.-Macclenny Standard / offer him clippings from mail order more to Install than the old system, I I The Idclies' class Is being organized 1022 I If el'ctv.I. I promln* an ..,,,,,,,,olv.) .. *neriretlc (New Kltrr), and re.",..trull'! ml!,clt tin. ,.,5.

Thank you brother, for your 'papers and'versos copied from almn- it is most c.efficient proof of which is an I bids fair to be a much larger one, BfTnlrn or and the""on.I..1 ofTlw Will mlmlnlmrntiim appreciate\ the of.1Ip-the part nominated of the nnd votrrfl elected at ,the I promlRe comtntr faithful primary."If r.vine .

wc! wishes.It mica and posinir as original. The brutal evidenced! by the fact that it affords afire as the i>ld members are working for port of all DvmocnU J. C. AHKIN3. and unremlttlntr attention to the n'P<<.
of the difltrlct and the duties of the office
"I, I editor throws all such contributions insurance rate as low as the higher : ,new ant regular attendants. i JTo the Citizen of the. Eighth Judicial. ) Circuit! D.'W. KELLYI
: Into his waste basket and re- I i Tho following! : was render- I I him'by announce to tlw'! citlmtn) of the
seems that the state tax equalizer priced cars on the market. i' program county of Alnchmi. Bnlter. Bradford I"IR"II. hcrcliy announce thnt I am a cnndldnt.

can only propose raises in taxation, frards the contributors as "nuts." Many other changes have been made 0(1. Levy, Pulnnm und Union comnonlnit the. for re-election to the office of County Cum.ml'.lon.r .
/ Judicial! Circuit that I am a candidate for District No. 5. I .
Eluhth rcRn..ctr..llv
j'', but there is no way to enforce his It Is very seldom that unasked-for A 16 inch steering wheel is now standard Instrumental!. music, orchestra.rng I .. to .,,ccepd mynrlf. a* State Attorney .lib. cullclt the support of the voter/ of the d Strict
I nkases for the people in most of thu assistance is appreciated and that the 'Praise Him"-School.Prnyer !heel. to tho action of the Dcmorrallo Primary. and premise careful ant comiolentloufl' all..",.
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I equipment, Timken roller bearings J Election to .be. held on June 6. 1022 If 01"" lion to my .dulle. If I am reflected I soliCit
counties, if not in nil, flatly refuse to moral of this is to not proffer assistance are used In the front wheels one- -Rev. J. J. Bullen. led I "...10'.. the name enpriietlc anti econnnI'cut a careful I Inventlwntlon of my record an ynitonur -
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1 have emlrnvored. to '" ,,,'.. and am to ho j that wllllnir eil
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administration
before It is asked for or manifestly Reading "Mother" Prof. B. B.t.nne. .
.!: abide by them. The office of state PfcAINEY
piece pressed steel running board I rve/ alnre my upp-'mment to fill the unexT the ol'd. H. .
I ,;\ I equalizer of taxes might as well be necessary. brackets insure body rigidity and also plrrd Wrm of """n. A. V. 1.ono --

"'. done away with and his salary' saved | eliminates vibration and body noises; | Lesson Period. A. 8. .C1tIWL!: IiliID:

11 for the people. I !MOTIIEIt i dash : Recitation. "A Boy's Mother" that T am a candldVe
I Im n weather trough prevents rain with to announc. ,
t ___ Owen Griffin. I for the office of Mtnto attorney jar InC "
from reaching coil terminals or dash Judicial Crlc-ult of Floridn: nubji-ct to the will
Bradford county hnM just gold 1 her Last Sunday: was "Mothers': Pay." wiring, the steering mechanism baa I Reading! "The Songs of our Moth. I of the! qualified voter at the June primary.If f

$5'>0,000)( honda< at better than UJ)! per Kvery' newspaper had verses about also been inrproved, and the tools sup- II 'rll"-1\1rM. Milton Brownlee. the eliTled".fflce) will I plcelmyou ho conducted that In a the vigorous' nfrnlr Impartial or- : a---

rent, arid< the money will be uic,d to mother preachers extolled, her virtues, Solo Vy Mother's Song"-Mrs. O. I and honift manner, ami that I will InIra
plied to purchasers of Ford cars have' 1 fur It be in my power conmrvo tho taxIpHvcrH !
put that good, old county on the map the choirs sung her praise and :young been Improved in quality. Another (;. Cooper I an money. In the ... '.ral '!"nt"lT "' the I
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of projjreHSive units of the common- men and women listened to it nil, important improvement In the truck j Reading, "If Mother Would Listen circuit ___._" !!'_ __ b

4 wealth. A permanent road U to be whilo they wondered what (rood) things -Mrs. G. C. White. FOR RFPRESRXTATIVE-CROVP ONEI
chassis is the adoption of cord tires hereby announce to the clll en, of llrad- 25 cent
bullded' north to Mouth ncrota tho mother would provide for the Sunday as standard equipment on the rear )j Song, "The Church in the Wild. ford county that I am a cnnd SnIp for !Mi.m-. ii

county find lateral ro (ls will intersect dinner. In most cates mother had no wheels. I' wonI"-School. her and tlr wwp-ctfiilly the fToimi-solicit of Rinrewnlativea th<- mmport, ,of Ornup the vo-

I, the main roftd.-Plant City Cour- time to ItO to church for Sunday is : Prnyer.<\. L. Staikey. u-ra. irrThi! prlmnrv elrtt'on of June Rill.Rrer..1 .
." --' '-'The change made some time ago in r..llv.E. .
: -lor1. her busiest day. (Nobody ever found the sealing arrangement. of the touring | Reading "A Thought for ;Mothers': S. MIITTEiEWS..

,, '/ fnu't with mother working on Sun- car has met with widespread ap- i Day"-:Mrs. A. M. Darby. FOil ftIPRP9ENTATlVF-fW0U'P: TWO. Want Adwill i

Wa undorntnnd that the government tiny). There nre many mothers who i I Mizpnh-School. To the Voters of Bradford proval.' By lowering the seitts and mYI11f a rnndMnln' for Mi'm'"'r
has atudicd the Florldll l "Itnd crab)," spend! their days driving nround. in au I of v tr nnrounru 0 Lwlnlptiin In Grow' ''o. 2. tulijivt.! to
altering the seat backs greater comfort I nnd .'.1 rl1 II!v molirft .
the P'mCratic I'rirnnrv rwp
better known an tho crnwHtth und hns: tomobiles with gina in clvirice J
netrro
was added. II| Foreign nations should go to wcr'cinstead : the support of thll \Oi"C I If eloctpo I I
founl, ways to exterminate it. Farmers of the children; but if a composite of to war. n'hey wouJ live will two pvpry rffnrt to promote lhi wnUar" sell a
1
It is ponted out that retail sales ofa of nrndfortl county F I- ITURNER.
having crawfish land, will be /ndviBvd picture of the mothers of this land longer! nnd cut mornSome :
million and trucks and
how to proceed to get; rid of 1 the of liberty) could he made it would present tho consumption cars of raw and yearly finished i ________________ T ta1., Ue of Hrnilfnrd thin mpthorl county< of lust nnrnmnc'riB I urn' a tn cwnJlrlntc l4wvot.n .

pests, which are naid to devour green them as domestic slaves. Motheris | for flrerentetivp. Crmin 2. mibjnrt to
will consider the
people :
products at n cost approximately never I tho will of the iK.-n.nlo .',ctrvs'w'l' B ,It ho. ,kmn.
vejrc-tation. A farmer too nhifllens supposed to never get tired; she Is one million dollars day nmkes ''tndio perfect until it records' the I rOte primary plrrt'on to L" hold on Inn", **"l hIt $200 O Horse //1
to drain his land' ,! and, thereby .destroy considered us having been created for I a pov I neighborhood scandal.! hoa lonir. been mv nmbiuon tn H>prrs<*nt our,
slide) to sell Fords at their present low cnuntv In I the IcuMMiiro nntl I If I urn tlccttd
;, tho crawfish is too "no account" to sacri f1('e. All other member\ of the I I will ptit forwnrd every effort to promote the u 1
f prices! and at the same time! to produce I .best. int,'rvtti' "t eoun'v on,1 sin'..
; uso the government remedies.The family shirk their duties but The who has
may man a /good opinion 'p. n rINTt0LRTF.R.
I',' n car of exceptionally high qual :.... ._
--- mother must and does discharge' not ; of himself is easily satisfied. FOR PLTERVIPOR' OF FEC1STKATIOV '
ity. I or a
English:: sparrow formerly regarded only her own duties, but makes up for I hrrrbv ennonere thnt I nm a cundldntr! I
for .Ktion to thn ofTlcr of $',,,,.,,'wor of I
ns a nuisance! i* gaining:: more the shortcoming of othere. Mother I The fellow who doesn't care to be I P'ol.trntinn,r* Tturlo" the op"rro'' vrsris IhalI I R!

nnd more in public favor. While he is thus irrevocably pinned down and KKPUIILICAN INCOMI'ETEI'CEAROITSINGNEW: considered a nincompoop shouldn't I have held the office very few "ro,,'" have
liwn, fjpnrlvod of i hnlr rf"ht t 0 vntc on ncrnnnt -
ENGLAND
in n Reed eater only where .secd-i hi she accepts her fate with true Christian permit himself to become one. I of rrrorti In tho hool I T nhntl continue tn rice mv beet cffrtrtx town : for
I I'' abundance can be had, in part where spirit and often works when too i iI --- rd aoclnff that the books fire .orr.*..". br tit. $$1000

\ small grain Is not grown he learn to ill to do so, for she has no other choiceas Concerning the recent Democratic .| People who neglect little things se C. A. NInT.

vat inncctx. How to find) and to killhue's i gains in New England, the Boston I
she knows there is no one else to dom accomplish big ones. I hrrvby nnnoimro mywolf n rnnH'dnto for upprvlfior
and the learns (Transcript, among the oldest and ablest of rirl.tri-tinn of Rrndfonl county.
j worms
sparrow
take her place. ,,
f irhfcrt to the will of 1ho !>rnv rrnte vole of
I J by wntchint the behavior of Insect Don't let us be hypocrites, thinking of the leading Republican papers Driving a man to drink is a han pftM county, at th''. primarY election to hp hold
,
Ttino rtlh C. R. !SAPP
I t eating birdThe' IHtlo breadwinner that a couple of hours of Mothers' of New England, says: i job when there is none to be hod.
out of wood. like the I| "A Washington correspondent MEM .F.R SCHOOL RO.\RD-Hl TR-fT No. 1
1 cannot
dip worms
Day hysteria each is enough to .
year I At th. noUcltation of ninny cftlwnn I hereby
: woodpecker or catch flying bugs like !discharge oXir duties toward mother. fesses that the Democratic COD-I Much of our experience is the re nnnnnnce my.pf] a rnnrHdat for rptf>rtlnn nilmnmhrr ,.. sitiiiooForm; I
of the school bonrd for Pintrlct N
the niffht-hawk, or dive after fish like Before her marriage mother was called the recent New England municipal !suit! of the other fellow's profit. 1. If ,H'IiHted. I phnll continue tn trlv.' my $
elections considerable I beet "flforU to the dot... nf thA ,.ftie1. *.
If tho kingfisher, but ho "trots there"somehow. i an angel by her admirers although are giving con- I IG. j .. W. KICK T.IT1IR.

As an insect cater he will Rhl! might then have had but few of cern to the so-called leaders of the Never rush into an election without

prove a valuable acquisition, and, in i an angel's attributes except physical O. P. We say so-called because first counting the cost of defeat. MEMUKR I !Bin a FCHOOL cnnHiilHtff UOARI for the>-ofTfoe IMSTRICT of !Mnmhrrnf No. 2

time ho will bp as much liked as he benut .. Now she is old and wrinkled, the Republican party today is 'a house I I Tlonrd of I'ublln Inntrtictfnn from diritrlrt

was hnted, before. hut has) become a saint. Why not ? divided againit itself;' it Is woefully j Life has its ups and downs but most No.. 2 )(StarVe Bolfrlt South the aupnrt nnd Thc-rpnna of, tho )voter. I rcfifHMtfuIv of-

wanting in leadership at either end of of the pleasure is in between.It th*. dltttrlct nt the rnnulntr rtmnry. urn! If
She Is worthy of worship, for she is ; t-lcctcd. I promise faithful nnd efTIclfnt pprvlco.

I Orlando enjoys a phenomenal growthand the best exponent of divine love th-it Pennsylvania Avenue. And the drift. | L J. .WYNN....- ,

HUPS every fair means' to promote the earth affords. She !gives much of our New England cities away from !' is a wise lad who can achieve wisdom MFMRFR':! SCHOOI O\RD-DISTIlf'T No. 3I i

additionnl frrowth. Vet she will probably I the party in power is duo in no small from the folly of his parents. I hereby nnnoiinrp myself o cnndidnto for \ r.
and gets little she sacrifices\ health I ,. .
: .,.Iectlnn to the nfTtcf nf ni<*mnnr nf the ')
.' refuse to open her doors to on I for her and 1 dies from measure to tho popular dissatisfaction I School llonrd of Rrndford nunty. Dlntret' No )1i
jund easo family 1, .uhl,'.' to the Dimocrntlo voter nt tho I
in touch with
Keep who know
opportunity that comes to very few overwork and worry before her tim, among the plain people with tho fail people .liino primnry. If .*.-.,lccted I promt.. faithful /.

towns. A big motion picture concern I yet receives little or no appreciation. ure of the Republicans to raise up at and some day you may know moro ne to>i\pk render In In th iot past.:: n. I Very hnie trtilv cndrnvorcd;!. :

wishes to locate there, but discouragements She tenches, advises nourishes; what Washington a leadership worthy of than they alo.I A. A. H\/.EN. IiI

are being thrown In its way I ,good there is In human kind the moth- ( the party of Lincoln and Roosevelt.I I tnh( this mot hod. of nnnr.uncinir that I ama I: What is more economical -
I If some people were paid for forgetting I cnndlflnto. for Member of the School Br>nrd
by many citizens' for they do not wish I "A strong leader in the White House
errs called it forth. Mother sows love, for PiHtrfrt No. 8. 1.10 for tho upbuildingnf .
tn have a Hollywood! within their when her harvest is only tares she might have been able to bring his party they won Id soon be millionI our public school nyHt. m tlr... Innt nnd all and profit-
yet I
i alres. tho time I flollrtt the support of the voter
,. boundaries to the corruption of the accepts it with submission and loves. to a sense of party sponsorship. at the comlnir primary election nnd If elected

young people and) the promotion of the wayward child and always findlexom.rution i f Whether Mr. Harding is unable to I Some ,will li-nee.try to provo myself CUES wnrthv. LEY of your FOGO.con fl. ., able than a want

.. extravagance. This Is wisdom nt well for him. Father have supply strong leadership, or whether women's tongues are like an :
may eight clock. take FOR COMMISSIONER-PISTR1CT No.2'I i ad in this ?
day They a longtime
as decency.! While' Orlando businessmen ,. killed the fatted calf for the prodigal he is awaiting 'the psychological moment -I |ake this method of announcing to the paper :

:; make a sacrifice In one clirectlon.1 i' but mother him her ,' is still a matter of popular debute. to run down. item of CommUf\ oner't District No. 2 that.
[ son, pressed' to I 'm A candidate for -cloctlon. If honored What have
they train in another. All growth Is ] nut the popularity of the ad- auHin with your choice I promIse careful and : you
i heart. She for all of her family l-bard
prays Doing nothing thing to do, uithful, attention to my dutit I
not healthy; excrescences disfigureand : !; ministration is on the wane. The J. M. BROWNLEE.
but asks nothing:: for herself except :- I but some people dearly love such work to sell?
endanger the tree. One strength for work and guidance.Is I!I ring leaders of the Republican House I hereby announce mynrlf a rnndidnta for .;
wood, In the light of recent IIOIlY-1 : however, boast that Mr. Hardjng'seasygoing I county Cumminrtionur for district No. 2 north :'1 I a
she, then, not a saint ? Does she I The world still contains a few real Itarke.) and promise. if eltH'ti'il to illnehnrcro *
.
ments, Is enough for the ( not deserve worship ? God bless mother acquiescence to date in the d tit i(4i of tha office to the bout of my obllI QmuuanDrnmtgm1n '.
__. ._ __._ _. I ly good people, but we lire awful lone -
their his -- --- -- --
and may lie open our eyes. that |I trespassing! upon prerogatives -I some. '

Tim. MOUNTAIN:;. TRAVAILED I I we may see her as she Is. | suits them. No doubt it does I I :;j=( .r.JmrID'mjWJm:! ( 11m111UW1:1CJ11= )GI"IWUI'n'Ja'wm.mmtIIl1f...

._ but it does) not meet the hope of thousands I P
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Tell\ troubles friends
How have the mighty fallen! Dr. WHO CAR HAS MANY: KEFINFME of Republicans and Democrats your- to your. DID YOU NOTICE
if don't want them to bother
A. Connn Doyle, from being one of tho i ; :NTS who voted the Republican ticket at the you you.

) world's most famous fiction writers, last national election. That in the territory from North Carolina to New York,

\;, has degenerated Into- -what' ? Well '' The Ford Motor Company, .of Detroit "New Englanders may be more Republican where most of the lumber shipped out of Florida goes, the

if ho was a less renowned man he> has iust made public a list of i than they are Democratic, Dot. of ,"*u, fa but Uiehea. building in April was 78 per cent more than last year?
..t.iet: i-oui"-s sHc-m to have been CM
ti would be viewed with suspicion and recent but they have both the intelligence Prices bound to the mills cutting more
improvements in the mechanical : .wllmry! 11111111 Iti medieval I Lime totS are go up as are no

considered to belong to the "harmless"class. features of Ford cars and courage to vote against their party state Imi.ijiul! less ceremonial feuatfeomprimuK than before. BUILD NOW and save money.

A i Being what he Is, tho strango Asserting that Ford cars are better when their party ceases to serve .uly tan and no private
WE HAVE BOYS BASE BALL GOODS
assertions he emits through his hat, today than they have ever been before, the nation ,or to keep its campaign dinner more Hum! one. But each count

are being commented upon by highbrows the statement adds that fuel consumption pledges." ought comprise from eight to u dOleD

; and hero worshippers. Had ho | is lower, the engine Is even more different dishes. Thus at the wedding Consumers Lumber Company

:; represented his "Sherlock Holmes" as efficient than formerly, improvements BED SPRINOS GO UP banquet of Henry V there were only; .

; ; a believer in spirit} communication, In the springs'and steering apparatus three courses yet over 80 different Starke, Florida.

: this astute character could never have I insure easier riding and driving qualities Monday II. G. Mason, our furniture dlsiiea: nre. mentioned in the recordu ,'It'mmmmmumAl'rncwmW l<=",,,"m'UOO IUII.inIlII8W"UJunl"'nuu"Dmma=mmmD1U'fIa
been irrespective: of fruits cal wiue.i Lw
.: created. Queer that such a master I a new headlight lens, which will man, for a few moments believed he *.. ChrontcU -

' of deduction n4: Conan Doyle can comply with all state laws, improvesthe had received a consignment of bombIng ommmuKon'KUUJWu.a...... "' ..0..... ........1HMHull's

'' C at to believe bottom in lie simple-minded enough I road light and that many other planes instead of bed springs. He Evil doers! howl-mightily when they rm'nrru"'c

! : spirit} manifestations. minor betterments have been made. was cutting the wires of a bundle of done.
The crowning effort of his life should Ford lfuch to thickness are -
compressed
pistons and connecting rods springs a

.J' have been something better than the have been re-designed and are matched of about eight inches. At the BANK STATEMENT StoreIf
mountain travailing and Report of the condition of the Bradford
bringing for weight before assembling, into snapping of a wire the released County Bank at Starke In tht State of Florida -
forth a mouse. at the clone of bu.lne.. May 6. 1922.
L motors. This reduces vibration and springs flew upward with great force Reaoareve.

lie believes in what he asserts and fives the motor a quicker pick-up. The and just missed striking Mr. Ma*on, Loam and dhcount __??..__... 1tOv.rdafta
Yi no harm is done. He makes .. ____...-? _."-.?. 2275.68UnIt.I
converts new pistons weigh three-quarters ofa but a piece of wood lying on top was Stataa bonds ._..?....?. 9.85U' .00 be
only among those who embrace every Oth.r bond _____.-.__??.__...?. 4B.D6A70! you don't get price from us before buying it will
pound less than those formerly used.A propelled along Call street and hit Premium on bond. ._.._.._...... 1H001!
'opportunity to run to strange gods highly polished crank-shaft bearing the hat of Major Hans Austin and Stoeka. ....urlt_. eta __........... BOO,00Bankina i your Io. Good Timothy Hay $1.50 per lOa, $25.00 per
In preference to what ho..... furniture, flxtum.. 111,000.011 ,
the
Christian surface also reduces wear and, added knocked it off. Other real ....I. .................. .(11.S> ton. Peanut Meal for fertilizer, higher fertilizer content
r: religion teaches. A good writer is !> from ......
lost ue Incorporated bank. 06.nfl2.22Jluh lasts
meal. While it sack.
to the Next time Mr. Mason opens a bun Item ___.._....._.?_..... .972.06 than cottonseed $2.25 per .100
4' world
-' pense. and he left us no recom SEED CORN COWPEAS, VELVET die of bed'springs he will probably do Cash on hand .................___. .886.1)7 We handle fertilizer in all grades also fertilizer materials.

';; BEANS it with long-handled trimming sheari.He Total -____________.____.____.4 8.737.79
MILLET CRASS SEED SOR. llaMlltlra Good clean stock of groceries. All prices right. A few
,, S HELPFUL PEOPLE CHUM. For immediate ahipm.nt. says the upward tendency Capital stock paid In .............. 26.000.00
All springs docs not affect the price.ANNOUNCEMENT Surplus fund .....____________ 2J.OOO.OO bargains in furniture. A fine 700.00 Piano, 200.00 cash
MMlonabU. Field and Vegetable S...... undivided profit ()I... ..pe..... and

- There nre many "helpful" people In Writ. for Price Liat and Catalogue. Cur Individual tar.. paid dcpoaiU) ____._.ubject_______to___chrck.)5I.653.II______ ft.2R7.S7 will take it. See this instrument don't take our word for it,

q the world I who are not appreciated. beautiful and lnstructjy. catalogue it Savlnin Caahler'drpoait check .ouutandinc....___................204.9X4! 1.1103.11Total it is a bargain. New goods coming all the time. We want

?d Nay they to the free and give valuable information
are, contrary, often on and chickens. .
farming and gardening for I desire to announce to the peopleof .__.___._____________.42S.737.70 eggs
referred to as nuisances.The Florida and Starke that owing to the State of Florida County of Bradford. ..., .
odd voltage
helpful man about the house the south Wriie to u. to day for special I. J. H. Rluh. sashlep of the abovenamed .
-t of the electric light current I was Bank do solemnly >w..r that the above .
: drives his wife and servants to despair price on your seed requirement Our' 'taUmvnt la true to the bust of my knowledite
.. complete stock will enable unable to give the stereopticon lecture and bell.f.Co.etAtt.. '
by always "fixing" something about u* to supply
Miami J H. HITCH. '
the kitchen, the bath room and tho you to advantage in price and quality.' on Wednesday evening ascheciuled .-.I Caihler.Tu N. B. Hull <.
Also I wish to thank the ,
E. A.
MARTIN
pantry. In the sick room the helpful SEED COMPANYOldest people of Starke for the many little Quinine .jrt \)0&8 i>ot /.Meet If MitJJrnuvt ..

woman with her fussiness and suggestions and Largest Seed Iou.. in Fla. courtesies shown :JMll* ton'? Tntl lainHv LA-
canlV
me while in your clv I' OLLtTNE T.h *i*) Mksu
: makes the doctor furious and 202-208 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. Fl*. midst and exten | by aaron.'vttbnut cmalntf ncrvoiuoeMi or no/lag
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____-FRIDAY----, -MAY----. 19_, !9.22. __ ... ,.- BRADFORD. COUNTY. TBLKORAPH. STABILE... FLORIDA .. __ PAGE. Fly!! _.
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-- 1st Mate, Madge Middleton. I am opposed to class legislation I save hen life. The anxious mother, t
J. W. Andrews, Sr., the lot in the co I ( .J
ncr of Call and Sanderson streets un. Crew, !Members of the class of 1923. contend l that all people nnd Icgillmnt mostly! by borrowing, got together the I :l t I

til recently occupied by a livery bar, : In this clever play the history ot industries should have equal rights $10 and gavo Parker.The whole thing "

Bits of LocalInformation i 4 I' 52: 1.2 feet front, running back 105( the class was rend! by Louian Forrmiiloz I am Against reckless expenditure; ; was later found! to be a lionx. There ; ,.:
Adine Watson clan were many amusing' nnd exciting[ details o
fVtt. Mr. Ilollingsworth will build ont ; statistic!, ; of public money and favor abolishment -

t the lot later. poem, Earl Roberts; prophecy, !\Iar. of all unnecessary t>ffic's.I In the chase after Prrry, who in 1.'

I caret; Godwin; class will, Nellie I am opposed to the "no-fpncu law" a slick article, but justice triumphed eat ;:

Two tcaspoonsfula of Tanlnc hi a I: Stearns 'I I wish to thank In advance the voters last, and the swindler now has .
the of Bradford county, both Indict plenty of time\ to kick himself for not :".:
tt"a..rwNaOsr 1..r. sanMaer awd T i little water taken three times a dflust. \ I! Tuesday evening stage Win
r__..... .. .... oe....,.,. --.I r_ t In-fore meals will make you eat gracefully decorated! in green and I and gentlemen, for the large vote 1 II taking Into account that officers of
I II Iv
better feel better, sleep) better alld white, the class colors. The class mot I trust will bo given me June rtth. li tho law aro bad things to fool with. ..ii,,1

_-'.-Z, .a--. ..-' ,_or .. I cork hotter Turner's Drug StorStnrke. to was: '"Each for the other, and all 'i elected I trust that 1 may be able tll> -- ..-.--' --- ._ .. .. -< '

for the class." lr.) Joseph Roemci, repay tho kindness by efficient and!
A loud tongue emphasizes iin i emit Co) "rdt, where !Miss Powell and :\lisl: I of FIrldlave ', 1I1'rvll'e.nespectf'll1y. i: ,
of the University / an i courageous ENTAVORCOLUMN%
,., ,irt. Stearns will
I I. spend! several weeks. I
address and! the entire :
:New line of Millinery I at sale pr Inspiring program
i -- cm. Sternlu-rg'ti.", / was as follows: T, n. riNHOLSTKR.:
Mrs. Florence Powell made\ a Ih'. and Mrs. Warner Iloltzcndo: I Invol'ntlon-Rev. M. L. Smith. Paid Adv. -

stay in Jacksonville last week. and sister, Miss Eula Iloltzendoif \ ,
ri I The class in government study will Music-Rona Lcviton. ,
turned homo last Friday from White the Methodist church Oration, "The DebtVe Owo! Wa h.In'ton"I.ouise APPROACHING WEDDING; :' ;
('o1. D. E. Knight attended court i In : Springs and Live Oak, where they vi I continue at will be Fernandez. I II ".
Mrs. D. E. Knight
I weekly
Lake Duller and Ocala this week. ited relatives and friends for ten day I which I Oration, "Tho Need" for Thorough: I Invitations worded! n. follows< have FOR SALE OR REN'P-Six room cottage .
leader for the next meeting,
I !will be on Wednesday afternoon, !\lay I ness"-Margaret Godwin been sent to friends anti! relatives ol' on KinRsley! lake Apply to ,I 11?(",
Sweet is now being sent I in the Paul E. Canova Slarko. 4-19-31! : I..'yk
corn Niles Ray, assistant cushier of thO 21th, at 5 o'clock. All ladies: Oration, "The Power of Purpose" I contracting parties: ,

large quantities daily from Starke. I Dunk of Dunedin, has been hero thill' ed in acquiring knowledge: Intel.t'st-I Eurl Robert!! "Mr.! and Mrs William Washington: -_.. -- -- $: .

week visiting at the home of his grar lines are cordially invited. !\fusic-Rota Lcviton. I Jlaindcn request the honour of your' FOR SALE:-One horse, sound and

Mrs. O. A Burlington, of Green mother, Mrs.! C. P. Ray, and his 'aun, Oration, "College: ns a Fitting Training presence nt ho mnrringo of their gentle, cheap for cash. E. Gossncr, I

i Wove, is visiting: Mrs. Emma Itichnn lh-s..J W. White. I Mr. Win. A. Stern and Miss Thlressa for Life"- Nellie Stearns. I daughter, Jessie Mno, to Mr. Will\ Route A, Jinx! 2rt, Sturke. B-12-31 \.
I Music-Josephine Brinson. I Silas: Illnkcly, on Thursday, the fifteenth ,
married in Ja 'kaonvfl
I Knhr were ( "
Mrs. Paul E. Canova had as her : Starke is becoming an Important I the 10th inst. Mr. Stern has entcrc Oration, "The Value of Fricndnhlps' of Juno, nineteen hundred! and FOR RENT.-New roomy bungnlovr* ,

Sueatlast week, Mrs. McDave, of egg shipping point. A Urge percentage the automobile repair business here Adino Watson I.: twenty-two, at eight o'clock in the with nil modern''' conveniences Mrs Iff

Jacksonville. of the eggs and much of the poultry and the young couple are at present I Volcc-Vl'rlie lIpp. evening, First Christian church, S. 1-. Hamrlck, phone 12, Starko. if

-- are furnished! by the Starke roul. of ; Valedictory Oration, "Victory in Do Stnrke, Florida. 5.10tf.ACE'TS.
A. Stern cast {
at the home of Mr. I
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Mrs VV. E. Middleton had as are- try Farm. feat"--Paul E. Canova.lr. -- -- ---- -- -
I town. Their friends: wish them OTVNElt5- I .1.1the
her sister Mrs. Jones of' lIuc-1 Address Ideals". Dr. AUTO ,
rant Iotllest. __ cess and happiness.Now "High JospplRoemcr. WANTED-Men and! women -

(Cocoa. : Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long spor : I II tit luindlo\ city trade and retail "e

Sunday with her mother, Mrs S. E.I is the time to subscribe for I Delivery of Diplomas-Benjamin D. have opened a service place In the original and genuine Watkins 't c I

T.. J. Wynn and Luther Watson, ot Brownlee, and left Monday mornin,; the The delim'iupnt tax list Lane. Collev shop on Walnut street, opposite products, remedies, extracts, IIIpi,....., '. 't j

Hamilton. were in town Monday e1tondint for Lake Cutler, where Judge Long, will Telegraph.be published the first week i In B.netlictlon-Dr. J. J. Bullen. Mrs. Llzzii- John rooming houio.!' i toilet requisites( household! special- L I
Overland will be specialty, tied automobile necessaries, (.t.. 4
to business I presided over the spring term of circuit June, the primary will be held Jun rats my ,

court. I Bth, and want to know the rl'sult.The OPE\; LETTER: TO VO1Ef5: I but will repair\ any malto. Personal Over 150 guaranteed prodiuta. Our
you I
Mini\ Mildred Taylor, of Jacksorvillc : is $2 a cheap that .... I cllrt'ulII given( every job. I values uro unequalled and 1 WotUnnqunlity I)'f" I

wnv the iittrnctlve guest of Mrs I Mrs.! E. L. Biggs!! and little son, Loa. paper cannot[ afford 'enr-so to bo without it. :Mr. Pinhi>?Htrr' Sets! Forth His Platform hnvo fitted! myself' for this work and Is In n class by itself. Writ of

Thelmn Snellurove: for the wCl.kend.C01'n lie( will Iduve today for a two week you I I of Principle hoJ.a\ diploma from' the/ Sweeney Automobile I today for free sample and, full data j fr' of

visit with relatives, going first to I i School of KnitMaa City, Mo.t ; !Is of' our offer und what it manna .
Gu f. Long! won of Judge: anlMrlti I also have had five yonrs! otporioncn IT Tho J. R. Watkins Co., kept, .j N e\ .
cucumber and squash crate Lnwtey to visit at the home of hl'r To the Di-inocratie Voters of BrndTori! to YO\!
nl Kickliter's. 5-19-2t.! father, E. J. Roberts, and from there I, A. V. Lon, of Palntkn, has r'l'lvl'tnotll'e hill* County: machine sljops. My shop will bo )'un' 70!, Memphis, Tclin. 5-l21-lt: by t i
I that he successfully passed I strictly cash bnniit.Win. .. \ I
to Hastings and Jacksonville I on a
I Inttitutt'far.! I As per announecmont elsewhere In
Mrs. II. C. Collins, of Butler, Ga, mnminntion Marion! this issue of the Bradford. County Tolfgrnph i A. STERN. I \lil'n.\) .\ Htl: i.i'lJI.U-: f
I entitled to enter ..
Ion, Ala., and he is now _. _
a sister' of Mr. L. C. Powell, Is a guest The First Baptist church of' Stark I am n cundidate for mcmbcirf ---- I ..
Naval Acndomit
at his home. Is represented at the Southern B.iptta Annpolis.flip United! Gus States lived in Stnrke tin- house of representatives! in Croup: HE WAS NOT SO SMART I ( In etfect April 30, 1022)). \! ;

Convention in Jacksonville by Rev J. No.2. Sonthlioiind! }
II. M.! Snyder spent the Prs .I. Dull Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kick tit! n few year n ago, and his friend John Perry, Hwh"I1,',. Safely Behind '+'1 c
Mrs. en, know that he receiver I,have from early childhood< taker No. 1 reaches Starko at 11110: p. m. ,
here glad to I '
of the week in Jacksonville vistlin:; liter, Rev. L. W. Kicklitcr, Mrs. O. G., ; t he: arc appointment And succesiftill;; It' keen interest in tho public nlTnirs oi' Prison liarsA I No. 3, 10:5: !) a. m. )' .j.'

Mrs L. F. Emery. i Cooper Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs massed the rigid examination, when; my county and state, and it has Iwt'll'one case oC swindling-, in which a nl'I I No. 21, Cedar' Key 'frainI: R p. N. I

T. N. Limbaugh. 11 seventeen of age :' of my ambitions to represent my No. 15, Limited, 2lf: )p. m. IPi ,
only years the
10 wan principal,
John was
Perry, .
J. II. Carradine, Mrs. J. )fro
Mrs. ,; county in the state legislature., Owing Northbound .
Moore and Mias darvadme, of T'I With every purchase: you Rot i u -- to previous plans in regard' to my lirst kept Marshal Kite on the jump,
.
I 1:. D. Cowart has returned. to Stark(' and! after ho turned th"lR(, over to I No. 2 arrives Starke 5:10: a. in. "
afternoon in Starke.F. chance the $5.00 Sh'rn'lerg'lIA i
price
Thursday on /
spent farm work, I hadn't intended to askrorthis n
after a service of nine years in the U. the nhorifT's office, Sheriff TpperMKii I No. -\ lit 4:00: p. m. i 1!

making -extenslvi I number of ladies met at the M'th-I 3. Army and has purchased! the Stark-- honor at this timo but throu"holicitation and Deputy Bnimlen hlotI lively time No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:17: n. N. ,I Ii f J i
Turner is the '
L. of friends throughout
W. idist church Monday afternoon nt I 5 team Pressing Club. During his nor- of i it, until its culmination Saturday, No. 10!, Limited, r.::)//i p. in.Wnnneo 51'(
improvements to his residence on ounty I have consented,! to enter the 7l 1 'S
Branch
Alock and had a very instructive und I rice in the army !Mr. C'owarthad mud) when Mr. Itaisden brought the negro I
Call street. / of work race. 101 leaves Starko 7t": : n. m. r. ,
Tofitable hour studying government, >xperiencp in this lino antre from Tampa and placed him in till No.
I horn and J roared In Urulfor,1lrounty
: was I Sturkl' 3:15: m.
the: constitution of' the" United States proposes to give 8tll rke1ptotlllte (county jail No. lot arrives p.
Miss Kate Livingston is having HI and nm now living on tho fnrnif
extension built to her West Call street >cinj rend nnd discussed.! Mrs. F.) A.I I' f
Scott was the lender for the after ''leaninp' a specialty. lie will con nf Kit Williams colored, who lives I. Agent.
cottage. I > a college education.! I am a grndimte !' C. of Brooklyn, N. y i
moue: ? the business at its present locn near Powell's still and said tht An William Horning,

loon. I Ion in the Odd, Fellows budding am of n credited 1 junior hich: schoolhold niu'M daughter, who lives in Tiimim, V'., who has boon spending, a week
Another carload of Ford COTS was \ a first grade! teachers certificate'
of has beet solicits patronage on the gunrantcf ; had ussaultpd! and neArly killed, awhile with hi H nicer, Mrs. Ada Sauers, has
II. Sebrinpr
Jr. Mon J. Fanning! ,
received by J. W. Andrews, and have taught in various schools In
In Starke during this wrote, looking! : > prompt and satisfactory work. Mi1'owart lady, and that Mho would. l to returned home.

day. section over. lie is BO well plen- Is a son of J. B. Cowart, a fornor I the county.At lynched! if' hp could not make her I''t-!' Owing to circuit court business,
our
Starke vi the age of 21, the voters of my has not found, time ,
of Alderman
citizen Clerk
well known h"rurt'11'1'1'1111..1!
The many friends of A. E. Moiti ('d with everything that he will trndir listrlct honored me by electing me nt (rape from Tampa ;
him the street! I > otherwise dispose of his prop'rtyIn ; (.inity.nVKNTYSIXTII. ,. that a friend, had! wntton to him (Parker .o hand in the minutes of the ennumis'Glni,5' -
are glad to see on heir school Imnrd member.. Two venrslater will -
They 111)I"ar
Highlands county, and punhnsi ) to get Annie Williams to (tivohim May meeting
again. they rrnownd' the trust. Whiten
:. ANNUAL: COMMENCEMENT : ifvim1.
to send to her daughter to In our next
and lln this section. $10 I' rot
,
}board, I tried!
member of the school ,
: :' : OP THE H. II. F. I .. I II
I). C. Jones, agent for the I. 11. C. to work for the host wclfifre of the \

tractors, shipped one of these ma Mrs E. F. I'enrce, of Wauthulatlrs. The 26th annual commencement ot ,hildren. and the schools. I considoi I
Robt-rts and, little daugher -
E.I W. -
chines to Sanford Monday. tho Bradford High School closed Tue1. the educational interest one of thfgreatest TIRES
I Dl"ttyfarie" of Lresburg, IIn.1 ( ,
and if
cloy evening, the 16th inst., which wnh assets to our country

One more' week of the !Sale at N.Sternberg ire Hiss guests Lottie at Warren the homo, of of high their Springs mothr -,
s. I : her advancement(
the school.
; by prices:
> Mrs. J. Warren .
I There seems to bo a general crimeware
!Mrs J. F. Canovn's music clan,
Chufaa, Spanish and Florida pea- recital I Thursday evening, ac : sweeping over our country. Theootleggrrs NON-SKII/: \ 30x3, $A.OII ) !

nuts, velvet beans and Mexican: June! C. R.in Sapp the B., teacher II.' S., took of his the pupilsto sixth ordmir nve: u' to the program printed! in the > and! lawless crowd! are I NON-SKIL), 30x3'/2, $!I.OO. (( No'si-ro\i: IN -mis i.or) -.\ M.UAUANTIKD s
5-1D-21. $trade
corn. Kit-kilter's. Kingsey! lake on Wednesday,! for lust issue of the Telegraph. The var itrivlng for supremacy. It Is claimed TUIiES, Gll\Y, 30x3, : $1.75.: ( <; : N.>. intr.s
hat organizations are being perfecta I
"Tanlac did what everything else an all day picnic. Mr. and! :Mrs. Pat Iou!! well-chosen numbers executed bythe I I' throughout the country for the pur- TUBES( :;, CICAY, 30\3'/i() : $2.00. J
had been
showed that they
!M. I.. Smith also pupils
and Mrs.
have said it. tl'e, Rev.
failed! to do. Thousands this picnic with the children artfully train.d.Friday I paso of dccfuting our prohibition lawn Call, Write or Phone 51 and I will supply your want
Store,, njoyed
So will you. Turner's Drug evening tho elll'hthrHdp< 1 f, am }bitterly opposed! to such movenonts. -

Starke.L. ---- under the direction 01 I contend! that prohibition STAR KEtrsclntl I i s t
BURROWS:
:III'. and! Mrs J. L. Jennings, olVnshington rave a play laws should bo R.
I McGruder. Out of 27 awx and nil other cn'oirpcl. ,
C. Powell and son, L. G. Powell,, D. C., are visiting her' ors Bcusie fiudls .
enrolled! in the eighth grade, 2r:.
;
Mrs. II. E. Lagerrcn.
went to Jacksonville last week to at- ; parent> !!, Mr. and in the commis- eceivrd certificates of promotion tho < I The citizens of' this I'nuntylrl' put- : >rrmaAmammtnmmtammmmmmmmmmtammtommrJmmmmmmmwmmta) < < ) ':'!romiDC') tend the funeral of Mr. John Powell,, ; Mr. Jennings is Ing forth a mighty effort for hard
and l in in Florida to buy high school, their names being as
brother of L. C. Powell. ion business ''onds.. This work must IIP encournirid '
.__ I I and other produce. : 'allows: Frank Carpenter, Millard '
watermelons Robert Damorest, Frl'pman.J.hns 1.' 1 and! if elected! I promise to use my 1(

Miss Nelle Roberts, who has of spent Dr. Yellow\ Honiexpiin, yard wide, 10<. .'ooper, ,Cnllis Mannfng, Lee Mott, Na nfluence and I promise to work for Starke Millinery CO.

several weeks here at the home I I Sternberg'H.II. than Prevatt, Eugene Turner, Vnnd the best interest of' this great work
left Thursdayfor yard. at I
and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Williams, Roy Griflls, James William For several! years there have been
her home in Lawtey. ,
who have wished for n chnnoro
A. Bishop, the telephone man, hall Srownlee, Thelma Brinson, Myrtle! many
what is known as the Bais- Jolcman; Katie Belle Green, Lois In the boundary line between' Bradford 1"
will acquired
Mrs. II. O. Brown and children and Clay counties An many of' MRS. N. N. COLSON, Mgr. ,
several monthsin den lots, just north of the Baptist Jeorge; Verlie Sapp, Eva Rigdon, Lei-
leave today to spend around! and
land near
our citizens: own
will fence the I" Eunice Whitehead, Thelma
hurch. Mr.! Bishop Sapp, '
Lake Butler with Mrs. Brown's par. !
and
Cingsley lake, I think it fair just
and build rear Jr" President of 1922.
a FLORIDA
at once
-nts, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hale.. I property hat a small portion of Clay county STARKE
I once there later. aszynskt, Loin Edwards. ...0v
I Sunday evening at the auditorium,, hould be annexed to Bradford coun-
The B. Y. P. U. will give a social at I I favor such a movement. mammtDtummmmmmlJlClmllJmmllJlDllltummlllmm-; <
8 o'clock Friday evening, May 19th,, Frank Carpenter; who has been a Lev. J. J. Mullen preached an excel. ty. -- .--

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. tudent of the B. II. S., left Wednesay Il'nt baccalaureate sermon, basing his -- -- NI

Darby. for Winston-Salem, N. C. He has rords.. from the teachings of St. Paul $:.cr- "

ccepted a position in the circulation The'school) choir, with Mrs. J. F. Ca-

is employed in of' the WinstonSalemournal ova as pianist, sang "America" and!
who epartment
CHIT
Colley
,
Jacksonville by Dozier & Gay, spent and his many friends hero Onward Christian Soldiers." Miss When You Pay By CheckYOU

Sunday w'th his mother, Mrs. W. A. rish him success. larguerite Shriver sang as a solo.My ,.,
"; Redeemer and My Lord," by Dud-! .,

Colley. Tanlac is the result of years of ley; Buck Miss Verlie Sapp gang "The ACCOUNTOF\VHAT YOU SPEND.

Shoesat experimentation and loyal Telephone," with Mrs. Canova -- "" stand. I
Get a pair of W. L. Douglas years of study, You knowwhere you
the Sale. Stcrnberg'a. esearch by some of the world's finest all accompanist.

hemists. Hence its merit. Turner's Monday night was clans night and

,High School. Mr .and Mrs. Carterare /ruif> Store, Starke. the audience wan happily entertainedy

guests of her parents, Mr. and a play given by the seniors and Without Checking Account I Iyourmoneykeeps

Mrs. Robert Powell. Miss Packard is I Mrs. Robert Tanner, of Baldwin, iniors. This play was entitled "Th a .

the guest of Mils Nellie Stearns. I and Miss Cleo Mitchell, of Callahan, Good Ship 1922" and was most clever

I II. ttended the commencement exercises Iy written by the principal Prof. B.
I disappearing in driblets and much of it can not be accounted
I. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Carter, Miss Eva ot the B. H. S. Miss Mitchell is the D. Lane. The stage was a large im- ,

Powell, Miss Nellie Stearns and Miss uest of Miss Eva Powell and Mrs. rovised- boat, having the following for when you check up.

" Violet Packard will motor today tohow's anner Is visiting her parents, Mr. officers:

... and :Mrs. Robert S. Powell. Captain of the Ship, Paul E. Canovaa.

I ., President of 1922. r
, We invitclyou to a checking account with us.
, Frank Hollingsworth has bought!! of Lieutenant, Margaret Godwin, V. P.,, open

HALL/a THIS MEDICINE? will ChItC I 22. OF STARKE i''

: 'H'*> what .e CATARRH claim for It-rlJ your .y.t.m ,10 Worms! In M : : lit Mate, Louise Fernandez, Secre- BANK
cased by ca.- bava an us.raith9.a.tuty '
of Catarrh or Ieufneal truubW-J with Worms
"i.tarrh. Wo du not r .vauneid It 'jr anY All Uilltim. w.k11.; ......... p"blwl., and..8rule. tary. \
other dhl..a. 1IBPICINH. ) U a tlw.*>. w reof* ". .I I ciw Btomacb t.tturbance : 2nd Mate, Adine Watson, Statistics. Paying by check i i. eaty.. Paying by check !i. safer
" HATAHKir '' Ch".:. I'''''I!' MVro/ mar'y -
i"1'1 TAitTLt-'S::; Purser,Nellie Stearns, Treasurer.

i, ,the liquid the. .blood ym taken"m.upon thus Int..a111and. I!lie radtirlnic' mucous/ the 9Ct.aurtur.e Inlhunma.I of' ROVLj! fur.:.:.tli.two dlttsL".lIu.s or tare w""he).t.u.v ..'a*.d..r>"iC'iSiwo!the blond.ipro
I and ".e..tlnr. Natur. In reatorlnifnormal . 1 con<1Hloni.. >.. .; Lieutenant, Margaret Long. CJCD'DoI.
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BRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 19, 1922.

t PAGV.C llX .. .. .-. .- --- -- __ ., _._
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,
I'LANT ENEMY: OF SOIL MAY BE of sweet and one of Irish potatoes BAN PLACED ON BOBBED

-;= CONTROLLED shipped this week. PROHIBITION AN HAIR AND ROLLED STOCKIN..

-' ..........-...............................-....................................... I -> (
,
Florida Specialist Has Found Practical 1 Gadsden-Vats to complete tick :'tft.wJexlco: Minister Declares :Maul'

With The Bradford and Cheap TreatmentThe eradication according to Federal specifications ISSUE IN COM- Unfit to !MarryA

/ are under construction. Several -I

important and enthusiastic com bomh would have caused! no m..ir.'

Farmers nematode can be controlled. munity meetings this week. i i ING PRIMARIES/ consternation than when the Uc\ ,
t County That is a settled fact. On the exper- ,
Burnett of N.
Floyd Mosquero,
M
,
of -
imental farm of the College Agriculture
1 | I..nle-The watermelon shipping; !laid down ban against weddings

c L....__...__................_...._._-_._...__........_..___1'j that, Gainesville, is conclusive'! evidence season is with us. Growers wlA> conducted FRIENDS: OF PROHIBITION ASKED t the course a of his sermon one Sunday! 'n
I this is true.
cucumber spraying demonstra TO BE ON TilE ALERT: INCOMING recently. lie declared, that the girls
.. 1 hill eel-like pest should be controlled -
'-' ---- tions ore reporting highly satisfactory : PRIMARIES of the town were unworthy and that
I then shipped. At the end of the weekthe too. Its annual damage' to the profits from their investments. I
CHIPS: he would not officiate at any weddingfor !
farmer his farmers and truckers of this state
gets money.
Prohibition, after :30: months of existence any of the young women of the
If mounts into the millions of dollars. It
continues :Mr. Poran
Let' (Florida. farm "feed ittlClf" "By grading, !Pasco-The first shipment of tomatoes in the United Slates, still is a community. In his congregation were
w every burrows into and lives the roots
"the farmers are enabled to market' a upon
for the moved this week.
season political issue. It. is not conceded, to and
all the men
he
and Florida; will a happier standard product which attracts! buyers of such plants us tomatoes snap beanscowpeas I young young womenof
wealthier state. 'be a major issue, nor is it a party Issue the community, with many of their
and okra, cotton, roses and peach '
and and at the sumo
consumers i!I l\Iadison-.e held two
good dairy but it is conceded, even by the elders.
time builds reputation for the trees. Many other plants are also af
a
I up meetings at Greenville and Madisonon
champions of prohibition enforcementto Mr. Burnett had just finished stir-
bankers always a
gen
The state's are renter in which they are grown. And fected. Forming enlargements on the
Saturday. Large and enthusiastic
erous. Attain they have given thre. furthermore, this method of marketing roots in which they live these insects be an issue. I ring arraignment of modern fashions,
attendances.
$100 scholarships to boys in the agricultural I puts the small farmer on the same suck the juices from their host plants I That the "dry" leaders/ are apprehensive in particular of what he described as

dubs, scholarships to the College basis as the large one." and, multiply by millions. I II I Polk-Our first <
shipments of watermelons the recent sent out the legislative women who were seated in the church
of Agriculture; Gainesville. I I I No more injurious soil pest of the appeal by -
for the made
season were committee of the Anti-Saloon pews in front of him. He quoted liberally
SUMMER: :\ CONTROL FOR PECAN plants is known to the agriculturalworld. from Auburndale this week.
j
League to all friends of from the Bible in his denunei
prohibition
i
future is ,
the
The medicine of pre- SCAB Experiments: for i its control (
I enforcement to be on the alert in the tions of such things as rolled stockings -
( vention. have been carried on for years. Prof.J. .
t YEAST AND LIFE coming and to peekaboo waists and bobbed
I political primaries see ,
1 which R. Watson, of the Florida Experiment
Pecan/ scab, a fungus disease
to it that not nominated for hair.
: Gooil fences not only make better Station, has devoted much of his I men are
. affects the (leaves, twigs and nuts of | Those who think that who could influence "I to all girls who are hearing
\ also make better nelghliors. persons yeastcontains congress by any possible! ; say you
pastures, they time to this project and at last he has :
: pecans, can be controlled by spraying more vitaminoa-that stam be induced to vote for a modification me this morning that you are
discovered a simple remedy for this
with bordeaux mixture, according to InaA'lvlnfelemcnt of food-than other of the Volstead enforcement 'mavericks,' maverick flappers, to be

Dr. D. F. burger, of the Florida Experiment trouble maker. Recently he was ask- materials, are mistaken, accordingto act more exact," the preacher; said, "and
for which
ed advice would be applicable -
,I function Station. !Miss Juanita E Darrah of the Florida Will Not Attack Amendment I you may take that characterizationjust
to the Florida farmer or trucker.
The disease may be identified by a i State College for Women No serious thinking "wets" have as it is spoken, for I mean it, every
He said
but little
thought to eat : i
dark green, smoky, superficial growth i "It is true," she says, "that yeast any hope of ever overturning tho 18th word."
which is usually confined. to rounded'' "If you have a piece of land that
' rontains valuable proteins (body amendment. They know It Is not nl'c-I Immediately after the sermon the
Cheese, milk, legumes and eggs are is infested with
On the leaves the are badly nematodes you
r spots. spots .
building ,material) and organic bases, essary, because the eighteenth amendment Young! Men's Mutual Protective Association
good substitutes for meat, and often do better than
raised and in size from can nothing to grow
slightly vary hut it has no better source of vita. does not prohibit.! It merely declares was formed. A pledge binds
they nre better for the system. small.to one-fourth of nn inch in that land to bunch velvet beans during -
I very mines than many common vegeta for prohibition and congress its signers not to propose marriage or
diameter. On the nuts the first apnnarnncn summer, keeping the soil con- I /
attention
to to
must the law this pay any young woman
There is no such thing: an luck In of the scab in similar to that stantly stirred. You will\ thus eliminate bles."And pass enforcing condition -
( further, yeast cannot buildup who rolled who bobs.
1 But the "wet" leaders do have wears stockings,
cookery. Good cooking always means I on heJ leaves, except that the affected the worms and improve your land
) vitamines from other material. abiding hope that Volstead act maybe her hair, or who wears her skirts any
accurate measurements, careful manipulation at the time.
a areas appear sunken in the green tis same However, it already contains them because modified by boosting the alcoholic higher than nine inches from the
,
and thoughtfulness.A .
There
i i are at least three fundamental -
sue. in mash or other nutrient material content of permissible beverages. ground. The minister himself, who

Spraying with bordeaux< mixturefor principles involved in the controlof pressed from yeast in its had been considered the
man- foremost matrimonial
little bordeaux paste applied to | In many states and in more congressional :-
the nematode to Prof.
the freshly cut stems of watermelons this disease is entirely a preven- according ufacture have been found traces of vitllltJinell. districts, the "wets" and catch, was the first to sign
Watson. First the
hatches
tive measure, and does not act as n worm "
.': will prevent most of the losses due toro from To hatch these i l"drys" are arrayed against:;: each other the pledge.
l cure after the disease is once estab- eggs. eggs requires -
According to Miss Darrah Jerusalem
this about Every man of marriageableage
young
\ stem-end rotting in transit. year as they were before I
and
warmth air moisture. Fail
:1, lished. A definite spraying schedule artichokes and avocadoes contain the amendment was ratified, or be- has joined the minister's society.
r will depend on the amount of rainfallin to provide any one of these three necessities -
Two of our greatest needs are education and there will be hatching vitamines. This was not known until fore It had ever been submitted' to the Each asserts openly he is in the market -
a given locality. If the season is no I
and co-operation. Without education recently. states. And in most of the campaigns for a wife. Each admits he either
although the eggs will continueto -
the interval between
wet sprayings i
co-operation will fail and with very where prohibition figures, the successor had an exclusive interest in one of the
; should be, shortened to two weeks live. Second, the worms do not ENTIRE: TOWN TO COURT 1
out co-operation, education cannot accomplish the breaking in enforcement is the young women of the town or was a
live
upon the roots of all plants. The
whereas! if the season is moderately
i the results otherwise to beI proposition around which the debate rival for the favor of one of them.
I dry this interval may be lengthenedto velvet bean is one of the plants that Cleanup Campaign in Kentucky District i Until !Mr. Burnett preached his startling
obtained. centers. -
J I as much us three or four weeks. | is immune to the nematode. Third, Resulted in 1,500 Indictments. '
I I On one side it is contended that con- sermon all of them thought the
Bordeaux: mixture, 1-4-50 formula, < soil kept exposed to the hot sun is _
KEd THE WEEDS DOWN :" I ditions have Improved enormously 1 young women of Mosquero were the
;
is recommended, and It Is advisable to "burned-up" or depleted of its soil Before pronouncing sentence on six
that intoxication has diminished, and most pleasing, the most charming and
-' use in addition 1 pound of resin fish- life. men convicted on charges of having
Weeds are a big bother. They that by slow but sure processes enforcement the most modest in the world.
oil to each !ro; of the | These ambushed J officers Judge Hiram
soap gallons principles give rise to the peace < I The
spring/ up in the warm seasons without is being made effective. On girls of Mosquero have organized -
' preparation to increase its spreading following directions for what seems J. Johnson, of :Manchester\ Ky., conducted -
'p the least hit of effort on the part the othpside it is charged that enforcement the Young Women's Defiance League -
and. sticking qualities. most practical und economical meth devotional services in circuit '
of the farmer and gardener. To let is impossible; that a great: under the leadership of Miss Aurelia -
I It Is very Important that this spraying ''a of controlling! tho nematode: j i| court in which; several hundred persons ,
them grow is-<>.my. But it has been majority of the people "scoff at the Trujillo, and the members assert
fnr scab bp k'pt)1 throughout the 1. Upon infested land grow crops including 17!> school children,
the
Hiiid that where weeds are found, there law and violate it without compunction inalienable right of young womento
months of May, June and. July; and, that are immune to the nematodes. participated. The prisoners were included -
will be found less prosperity; and thnt and that worse evils have grownup dress as! they please, to act as they
o If conditions lire favorable for tho development Bunch velve tbeans are preferred, for among the 1,500 persons Indicted -
where weeds are kept down, there will i j under prohibition than existed before. please, to be as fresh ad they please
of the fungus!' one spraying this. in the clean-up campaign ranging -
be I ; and to whom
found the most prosperity. marry they please. And
should be given In August. If tho i from pistol toting to murder., The
Prof..1. K. Watson! of t the Florid; i stir-red.'I ',' I Try Laws Being Enforced j I.the Rev. Mr. Burnett goes placidly
r orchard does become Infested, all tho This permits alto reach the' Jl'v.V.. A. Gardiner, of Louisville,
I Experiment Station, is n strong advocate "With tile utmost emphasis: it can about his business, confident that goodwill
fallen leaves and husks should be re- : eggs and the worms. The eggs hatch whose prayer in court n few weeks. '
of keeping the weeds, down. He | bi stated, and convincing evidence Is' come from the present turmoil
moved the following winter and a'i' out und, denied the food they demand, ago: wrung confessions from 21: moon ,I
nays, "Don't let your land grow up In I to be seen on every hand, that the which he precipitated.The .
clean-up spray given before the new | the worms starve. 1 1 shiners! conducted the prayer service.
weed In keeping them down you: eighteenth amendment! is being ('n-I
.[ growth starts In spring. The bunch velvet !bean is recom-I The six: men plended'guilty and
'a 1. Eliminate root-knot. j forced with greater success than was only position for those who fa

2. Increase the fertility of your mended in preference to the running'velvet were sentenced to serve four years In ever conceived possible in less than for respect for law to take is that

I soil. Barley, formerly used forl brewing bean; because It permits cultivation the state reformatory, following information ':30 months by even its closest friends"'lays those charged with law enforcementmust

purposes, is coining on the market in ;! given by the wives of two
3. Keep your land ready to plant which Is necessary to preventthe Prohibition Commissioner\ E. S. enforce all the laws, and all .good
Increasing amounts aa a hog feed, is of them when Judge Johnson made
without tiresome )pivparation.FARMERS forming a crust on the surfaceof Ilaynes. citizens must obey all the laws; nei-
the word from the United< the soil which
crust win preventthe "The truth is, it ia being of agriculture, which haytaken clean the district would
t. 1 : :\ GET :MORE :MONEY; entrance of air. I up result in such an extent that its enemies are increasing this matter without placing themselves -
PRODUCE THROUGH; UNION I up the problem of finding out i i The writer visited Professor Watson's better homes and better opportunityfor I
: 1, their false, country-wide above the law. It is the partof
the relative feeding value of light and their children. I
experimental plots. In propaganda, and this fact alone is suf- faithful officials to enforce and the
\ heavy barley. The hog Industry has:' growing, When Judge Johnson sentenced the
i The Farmers'! Union of Gainesville; ; stance snap beans were seen ficient evidence that the shoe Is pinch part of good citizens to obey them.
been moving into the barley producing six men he told them that
I't ; has rendered an excellent service to on a plot that had been given the they would ing. It is scarcely necessary to point lion II. M. Dougherty, Attorney Gen-
districts since use of the grain for take "either Christ the devil"
1. the cucumber growers of that section. foregoing treatment last year. Another or to out facts that are apparent to every eral of the United States

,; It has enabled the farmers to sell brewing purposes has fallen off. I I plot was given exactly the samo prison with them and that they could one, that the eighteenth amendmentis
"
': their produce at a higher price than treatment except that it was plantedto return "either better or worse men. being enforced. NEW CITIZENS OF NEVADA

they otherwise could have, and it has DENVER AND OTHER CITIES I cowpeas instead of bunch velvet When the court called for volunteersto I "The open saloon Is a thing of the SWEAR TO OBEY DRY LAWS

also standardized' the grading of TURN DOWN WINE AND BEER beans. The first plot had a of protect the wives and children of
cucumbers i crop past, and even enemies of the prohibi-
________ the ,
. E I" probably to an extent never ('snap beans estimated to be at least prisoners during the four-year ab- tion law admit it is gone forever. IIo- The largest naturalization class inNevada's
t Recently the Chicago city council sence, 3oO: ( men stood and
I: before attained. eighteen times better than the up promised
snap tels which before prohibition feared history assembled in the district

: 1 This particular union Is composed passed a resolution urging the modi- bean crop of the plot which grew cowpeas to assist. j I I ruin are now co-operating in enforce i court the other week to take the

I )i of about one hundred members, 75 fication of the Volstead prohibition act last year. Therefore, we have r Included among tho men who stood ment, and many prominent managers semi-annual examination for citizenship -

If per cent of whom grow cucumbers. At to permit. the sale of light wine and conclusive evidence that the nematode up were many who were arrested, several declare they do not want the barroom | Ever since the naturalizationlaws
:
beer, and .sent a of the resolu I weeks when Judge
: copy ago Johnson
l the beginning of the shipping season can be controlled. back." I II II have required examinations an .'

the union hired full-time tion to other councils, urging similar I The farmer trucker who Is both- j issued warrants for virtually the en- I
J a sales man- I' or I The other point of view, presented essential question has been asked
'. .KI procedure. If tho action of the Denver tire adult male
,. ager and a full-time inspector. Thosales ered by this insect should grow bunch i population of Mill by the Association opposed to prohi whether the applicant will support i

,li : manager keeps daily market city council be taken ns a criterion :'velvet beans on his land during sum- Creek. Judge Johnson Invited every bition, may be summed up in' part as and defend the Constitution of the ;

, quotations and through him the farmers however, sentiment In favor of mer and keep it constantly cultivated citizen of Manchester and Clay counties follows: United States, but now the ,government :

have been able to market their modification is not marked. By n ma- for four or five months.' In one season to attend the closing. day of court I f "Crimes have increased, the courts! is going one step farther. According :;
I jority of six to three the and the
> council placed court room was crowded. The
produce. promptly and at a profit. the trick may be turned.! are congested, and justice sadly suf to the new practice In Neva. $
itself OB record ns opposing i school was dismissed] that
schoolchildren
any the
I w A. II. Doran, secretary, says, "Each fers. Swarms of new officers have da, says the Reno-Gazette, petitioners 1
changes in either Fereral or state might attend and
pro- they marched
farmer brings hill cucumbers to the COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS been sent to harass the people. The must swear specifically that they will
hibition laws. Prior to the vote on the to the courthouse with their teach-
'ji shipping point, where they arc graded I, crimes and crookedness of these officers support the Eighteenth: Amendment. 4,1

;. into fancy, choice and culls andy measure, resolutions'advocating the ,' Okaloosa-Seven pure bred pigs ens have! been a disgrace to the nation If they do not give assurance that
defeat of the modification resolution I
|; bought and delivered to club membersthis and have brought law and justice they will obey the dry laws of the
NEXT were presented to the council by the' GRAHAM:
DOSE OF CALOMEL week.
churches and into contempt; In the state of New country, they lost their chance of becoming I
MAY SALIVATE YOUIt temperance or anlza- -- ,
York crime records show that crime American citizens.An .
tions. DeSoto-Watermelons have begun Graham, !May 19.-II. D. Wasdin convictions have increased w

+ in Mercury, Quicksilver.. Shocks Among other city councils which to move from this county in carload was a business visitor to Hampton from 40-
691 in 1920 to 55,516 in 1921." Irishman went into a restauranton !
Liver and Attacks Your Bones have also refused to pass such ay reso- lots. Saturday.Mr. .
Friday and asked "Have
: any
lution is that of Poor, III., formerly and Mrs. Sim Thomas were O. W. Dyal was a business visitor stewed whale?" yez

Calomel salivation Is horrible. It termed "the wettest city in the Unit- Lee-Attended the meeting of the business visitors to Hampton Satur to Sampson Wednesday.Mr. "No," said the waiter.

wells the tongue, loosens the teeth ed States," because of its many distilleries horticultural society and read a paperon day.Will and Mrs. R. W. Surrency are "Then yez can bring me beefsteak,"

f and starts rheumatism. There's no \ and that of Lansing, Mich., avocados and subtropical fruits. Jones is back home after visit- on the sick list this week: said Mike, "Lord knows I tried to get

reason why a person should! take sickening where<
calomel when a few cents buys one against the proposition. The city MarionWe held three watermelon for several days. ) a professional visitor here Mondayand

a large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone council of Detroit, Mich., has ,leclln-1 disease schools this week.1"laglerOrganized O. W. Dyal was transacting business Tuesday. Do you ever quarrel with husband

-a perfect ""....Htut., for calomel. It ed to take action on tho j- in Starke Monday. Miss Bunie Graves.. l left Sunday for ? your

A la a pleasant vegetable liquid which president stating that he did not thinkit a -ommunitybull Duggar Jones of Sampson, was in Jacksonville where she will visit relatives -I Why, of course! How else do you

will start your liver Just as surely as I necessary, and that he would not association at St. Johns Park and our burg Monday afternoon.The and friends. '. suppose I ever got all my lovely jewelry -

calomel, but it doesn't make you sick favor this step. raised enough money to purchase a many friends of Gentry Cole Roy McKinney was in Starke on ?-Pittsburgh Dispatch.

and cannot salivate. purebred dairy bull. will be glad to know he la improving.E. business Monday. ___ ____ _

Calomel is a dangerous drug, besides To Stop a Cough Quicktake I D. Reynolds was in Sampson on Rosa Jones was shopping: in Starke A Trenton, N. J., woman had to

it may make you feel weak, sick lIA YES' HEALING HONEY a St. Johns-Sweet potato club members ': business Friday.E. Monday. move the other day because her dead

and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose 'ou .h medicine which stops the cough by .
J. Murrhee business
are setting out potatoes after was transacting John McKinney was husband's
recent transacting
fumbled
day's work. Take a spoonful of bcalinit& the Intlamed and Irritated tissues.I i spirit the latch every
' Your if A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE rains. We will have large plant in Sampson Friday afternoon.K. : business in Starke Monday. night. Most husbands do that ear-

necessary. druggist says' you SALVE ing of Porto Rico B. Murrhee was in Starke on Maud Surrency
N,' don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts : for Chest Colds. Head Colds and potatoes. was shopping In lier in their careers.-Washington!
; j-oup, Is enclosed with every business Thursday.Will Starke Monday.J. Post.
: will wake up feeling great. No salts tlA YES' HEALING: HONEY. The salve
Alachua White Jones and Roberts
potatoes are moving Roy were A. J. McKinney was In town on
;. better than treacherous should be rubbed on the chest and
calomel
yourDodson's of children from from the LaCrosse section, 15 carloads ,. visitors to Sampson Tuesday. Wednesday. Haultual cocittlpanon Cured
) auJTerlnjj a Cold or Croup.n" ,
Liver Tone Instead and In 14 to 31
l
. y you h alln4 Healing!! .."Inolele moving in four days. The yield Irwin Dyal was transacting business Marvin and J. I. Ogden were trans Days

'' money is waiting for you.-Adr.-86 tha a O-Pn-Triw throat combined. Salvo!with through the hoaliaa tbo pores.If eel vI1.1'OVfO" ofthe Is from 35 to 40 barrels to the acre, in Hampton Wednesday. acting business In New River Tues prepared-LAX-FOS Syrup WITH Tonic-Laxa'Jve PEPSIN" Is for a s tlabltea'Constipation ;>eclai./-'

., Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days skin fOOD atopa cough.Hnth and 83 per cent grade as No.; 1. Wade Starling, of Cooter Pond, was day. It relieves promptly>> but

'1 DnisialaM wlhnrl money It PAZO OINTMCV: ML of tea remedies combined ereMI'ked treat meat In I.one 35a carton and teasal here Saturday on business. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto

'-'" ,.I, toed,.heuttyt.band. JluvdinilorPruuuUliul; !! I ..Just ask your druggist for.HAYES Santa Rosa-We inoculated 350 hogs Sheriff Epperson was in this section The boom of business is better than induce regular action. It Stimulate end
ta'uvltly i '10''r /'hl".1 nicf., HI il yi'ii" 'm fttw Regulates Very Pleasant to Tak)* 0oecr
l', \ 'N I 'I" .i>i ficr il iujt :;...:..ifcUu vrtwu'" I' HEALING HONEY.: for cholera this week. Two carloads Saturday. that of war. : bottle.

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II AMITONn.'impton : Beulnh Evelyn and Wheeler Marion Jones Corinne find vole, is spending a few days with her one of the best farmers in the county T. Wallace.E. -- ---screen, attended church ;: o-Sunday.Mr. ,\\1 .


May 10.! --L. A. Odom, of Hunt Margie, Jessie Williams, Ethel parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dlanchitrd. we noticed n field of 30 acres of flue J. Ballinger! and W.. T. Wallace)] and Mrs.. W. L. :Johns were bun- )1,
Ilouser
Jacksonville spent the week-end at well, Wilma Julia Max- ''corn, 20 acres of which is for early wore business visitors to Hampton on moss visitors to Starka Friday j

Iln.o,, Hall looking after the Interestof Alexander Erma Johns, Mr. and Mrs. J. W Harbor and children shipment. We passed many other Wednesday. | I' :,

the orl uni2ntion Emma, Kstell and Murial Johnson, Mrs! J. I). Rowe and children One fields of corn but none quite so Earney Dowlinu, of Hampton was a Aliases Minnie Lee and Mary Cia .

11. J. Green and mother, Mrs. Mwildii ]Hull Messrs. Fred Dove, Angus Hull, Lynn motored to Kingsley lake Sunday.Miss .' largo. There has also o boon a number, business visitor to our town Wednes fnons, of rie.lbronn;! :Springs: were visitors I.,

Wjlhe Maxwell, Dennis Uran- of of cucumbers from hero Sunday.
the week shipments Law
I -pent at Eclmore. Rebecca Whitehead visit
was a -
nen, Russell! )J Dyal Paul Wolf day.Mr. Rain would hi- very much apprrci- "
,
Mrs J Natal ye Marcionny left Tues. Frank ,-r to Starke Thursday. tey. Yes, Lawtey and Bradford county and Mrs. Chas. Forsyth of '
Walker ,
1. twin Wheeler ted here by our farmers.Whnt .
,"!.iv rIOI'Vehstl'r., where slip will be theItnea4 liams Charlie Russell Wil! S. W. Loach, of Jacksonville, was a are still on tho map by u IlIr \\'I' majority Brooklyn, visited friends hero Men\ .,

: of her aunt BIrn. W. 11. Griffin. flair,'., Johnson arid Cyril Ma- visitor to Lnwtey Sunday. us a truck farming/ country day. I

Miss Ethel Hunt is the guest of served Delicious refreshments were Arthur W kerson of Maxville wasa I| Voters. who are interested, in the G. W. Hitmen was called to Miami'' is this leathery stuff 1
nt the ,
frii-rds, in Stnrke this week. Ollio conclusion! visitor to Lnwtey Saturday. !, welfare of the Lawtey school will remember lust week to be nt the bedside of his Filet of sole ,,:

| Pearce, deputy sheriff from that this election for brother who Take it away waiter, and !floe it .c'
E A. Vaught of Valdosta. was at- Lulu Miss Eva Reddish was a visitor to purposeof Is seriously ill.. you

!riling, to business here last Mon. here., was attending to official business Starke Monday. i electing three trustees and to deter- R. M. Kersey was /a business visitor ran get me a nice tondor piece from :1

dIll He visited M. L. Watrurson and '! mine tho amount of millage to bo assessed to Lake Butler Friday.; the upper; part of tho boot, with the ''fi<

(apt.. Heiberfjer, of Brooklyn was UI I!I L. II. Bedonbaugh while here. Ceo Anderson, of Starke, was attending has been called! for the 3rd! day Messrs. G. M.\ Bennett, K. J. Bat-! buttons removed.-Tent &: Awning! .. '

hiiimess visitor: here Saturday. i iEllery Mr. Bellinger, postmaster at Tha- to business hero last of Juno, Saturday. All voters will I linger, W, T. 'Vu1l1lt.... Norman Collins I Review I

Gunter of Alachim county, ressa was transacting business here 'day 'fues-I please bear this in mind. ,. I and Arthur Bennett were trans-
Tuesday
wan' transacting business here this' John Mrs. W. O. Black was a Enoch Grlftls was a visitor to Starke ;I acting business: in Hampton Friday.Mr. An uncrowned l quern la fnr unato In

week. I I. ; McKinney, of Graham, was a lfwine5R\ vIsitor' 1-ie thN; week I II Frank Green of Dunnellon .
J. J. Hicks, of Alachua county, vis-I spent ,I Mrs. M. E. Todd"' of Fort Myers, a children: Arthur nnd Lynell, Mrs\ C. )
| Miss Myra ]forks, of Waldo attended Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
led his father Eli Hicks 1 former resident of A, ounghlood and! daughter Nealio .- ---.- a.
!it of Hampton, church here Sunday. Dinkins. II Lawtey, is! a guestof ,

Tuesday. | J. V. Jones Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Hill this week and Sim Holder, motored to MelroseTuesday I reby"n '
residence caught fire Miss Gladys Godwin of Hawthorne Hf> \ '
A. A. Durden was n business visitorto Monday I Rev. I. M. Belt, pastor of the Methodist night to attend services heldin eon. Hliur, IT of Hrndforil rottnty. Flnrldn.. ttndfr
caused l
by sparks from the was the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. W. a tent and by vlftutof Ilinl rrrlnln writ of l-xrdiillon
Starke this week. Hue.' The fire was soon extinguishedand : Harbor last week. j i church, South moved here' with IKMIIPI! out, of and nnitnithn. hnnd and ami of ,
Mrs. F. Hicks celebrated her grandson his family lust week and are located<1 1i B. C. Owsloy Miss Margaret Collins the oink of thn Clrtmit Court of Hrndforil I r
did but little damage.Mr. 1 A. M. Blanchard was a visitor to I Norman (t'ounlv r'liirlilH. Htrnlunl FUirt-nta. h1"-ymunl h, 1
Edgar King's thirteenth birthday : i in the Stark cottage near the Baptist Collins and! :Miss Rhoda and In fmor ..C Annie K IVIUt Jnlnnl by bfihiiolmnd '
and :Mrs. C. A. Durling of Jacksonville(' Sunday! and Monday. .
!Bennett motored! to Starke and next. fHciid A.1. IVItlt, and
last Sunday. Relatives church. Tuesday
and friends Starke, wero business visitors hore Mrs S. L. Alvarez and children! of doled the !lrd ilnv of M.... A. I). 1823, will offr '-
were present and a sumptuous dinner ( evening attended 1 the movies, and re- for nuke and .,.]11| to tho hi rnt>" t mid h...,
Tuesday. Starke, visited relatives In Lnwtey I bidder Tor Climb In front of the ooiirthinmailiMtr t
md birthday cakevn< served. I \ NEW K1VEK turneil; to Then-spa and later motored in 8larki. >. flriuirnrd oonnlv Klondn. dur-
Herman Hardin Mrs J. C. Terrell and children, of Sunday. to Hampton. All report a pleasant Inn thn li-unl hfiiirn. of sole nn Momlny, tba. Gth 1
ot Jacksonville, Jasper were here Saturday. !Miss Ethel: day of .limn. A. 1) 10'JJ. for tin rurpoiia ofI
Theyi Drnwdy Sunday
has been visiting friends here this spent New River May 11)--Mrs.\ B. evening. |I I I antis|[ ;f\lii,[ HHld ttfcuilon: the fiiltowtnir i: :real
J.
i had been vislt.ingreJati"I's in Starke with relatives in Macclenny. at,,air In llmdfiml potinty, Moildn. (o-wlt :
week.' I | SntM) Is ill at this writing. I Late I and 14 nnd.l tinSmilh Hilt of l..ilaa
I' and were returning/ their home. : We have been requested to announcethat and "VI\ of lllm-k 111!) In LMniratiin" Tnil.ynnil ,'
I' E. Griffin of Webster, is visit- Dr. Mlddleton, of Starku wns Rev. C. J. llammitt will fill nil. I J. H. Mocks and G. I. ('II lion were KAIKOim i romimnv'H mlditlon. to the Town nf Blarlirt, +
a professional bounded. tin Wvat by '
nn Cherry Jest, on I"
his mint Mrs.
mi- J. II. Saxon. visitor here this week. ]] regular appointments at Saxton Methodist attending to business in Luke Butler I"'h> l hy Rf' 'e'nlh .tt,>"t>t. on. law North b* t,
:-1. M. Simmons, of Starke visited Monday., Rnlf.ml. May 1!).-Miss Locn Anderson land of W. T W r".. mid. nn the deal: liyChurch +
i Geo. F. Young', of 1.uwtoy, has reopened church the second and fourth H"'I." ) and. front on Cherrv.tre.t 7fffi y'
fi ,mN. here Sunday. j!: his dry goods store on Main Sundays in each month. I Henry Brown of Sampson, wns here who has be-on teaching EII| *<>t and .rnnninu I ICimt linn fuel to Churvhatmt. 'a
.
1 Letrly Roberts of Graham fers, returned, to ;iher homo hero last
nttcndiiiff I Tuesday.
was street. j I Miss Eldredge Reddish is spendinga W. .1. EIM'KRBON. .
to business hero I Friday afternoon shade'' of liradfoKl, County, Pliirltln..
this I.ulalac of
week. I Connor Hastings was
,
DV.. Moore, of Thl'resRIwas a few days In StarKe:! this week. | E.1.] JOHNS

faro; Weeks and Charles Weeks, of business visitor here Saturday. j l tiles K. L. Mammon\ of Jacksonville called hero to the bedside of hoi'grandmother II Dr. J. M. Mann, of Lnko, Butler, was MIn.n1'0.. Ptalntlir. "5.54'4" -y i

Jacksonville visited' friends Mrs.\ B..1. a professional visitor in town Wed- JrUCTr ;; k ,
here Sapp, '
_._,. I ILAWTEY was a business! visitor to Lnwjtay NoTtric r>f
cently. re-// I Bill Richardson nesday.Elliott. lh. voaluil. I)
i and Henry Stoneof fly iinwvr In hem by thn lehoot I r
j ; Friday and Saturday : laws of tu) the t heard nf pub
'i 1}'. II. Burt was transacting Inisi- |, Law tey, were here. Sunday. Yelvington, of hastings, was Ho ''nMrtiotlon, I IOofrIr:d :::1t county, Plurliln, *, 1"
visiting fri'"ids hen Monday. hi.ruby nrdpt-H plrotlona to bo holtl' In tha foU II ,uu .
Lawtey, May 19.-Mrs.! R. M. Tra- nes. in Starke ]Monday I j Adam Tyson and sister, Florence,, l.tulnu dlntrlrto. nn Ilin Mrd. ilnv nf Jtino, .A. U.MIL" ol ] ,

si-UK-OB, in tho city hull Sunday inornnnr coy spent several days with relatives! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harbor. motoredto were business visitors to Luke ButlerThursday. hiif.iHfs Jol1.y: CinovB visitor, of lure Lake City, win ,j jn "., .: ,and for .11",1 for" iniriiOBn' ,'," Ibo of Amount 1'1'i'llnur, \ of thrm mllllMt' trim to I,., ,
I
and ovi'nlng and D. Y. P. U. servi- in Jacksonville lust week. Macclenny Saturday afternoon. recently. i i I h.* nuMi"ftflid! IIh.r i
',' also I I W. II. Andrews was a visitor to I tinpurltimi. > of boldlnn anlcl flnolloli In '
> x were conducted A
there. j| Mrs. J. E. Barber, of Jacksonville Arthur Pearce was transacting business Dave Tyson was a visitor! to Ral- Jacksonville\ D'xlrtol No. 4. \.nnx\ Urldm, the followlnii In.ittHTtnm ."
I J. n. Davis of one day Starko, was a busi-,iwas the guest the! first part of the in Jacksonville Saturday. ford Saturday. Walter Adhliw. H.nr!t.% Ronrnin J. J. IS y'5: .' ,

ness visitor here this week. J week of Mr. and Mrs: J. W. Barber. : Dr. (Q. W. Brown was called to 'I Mrs R. P.. Pnrnell" )), of Tlfton, On., Whit ten, who has been" vh: Fur the, tinriHittf. ..r hbldlnu anlfl uli-olliin,' |l's I ,
Rt- Iting/ for several months nt St. AutriiH- niHlrlol Nn, II, I'lno Hill. I ho followlnii\ lil.|w.> :
.
Gurke of Waldo, filled his ap- Mrs. Lem Sapp) and,! dmi-hter, Miss\ South Carolina Saturday on aceoun* Is here visiting, her son, Tucker P rnelt. tint I..... lint,, ben anpolnlml : I. W. Plntiolatar. '"
I Daytonn, llunncll and othei- A, I.. ( A H. .
here nraun Surronoy.fiir
pomtmunt
Sunday at the Methodist :
Miriam
were visitors to Starke Wed- of the Mines .
serious sot his sister .
points returned! to/ his home hero tile purlinnn' f hoJdliiH\ nnlil i>la<<(llon la
church. The on nixlrlr' No 21. Lnwlav.' thn fallowing In.p '.' ,'
,i neaday.I Mrs. M. L. Johns. | farmers of this section are busy 1
Thursday ., .torn hnvi hnnn apiHifnted' l i J.... JfHlwia, ',
Eli Hicks had lllJ his guests thin I' Miss Florrie Terry, of Jacksonville Marcus Brown, of Starke, spent erecting a packing house for packing MI' .1. I.. llnrivU\ Hi'" ItowuII. I I'l,
Vesta
his '' Brown and little daughter II. W 1<1111 N*. 't' t
week -
daughters/ Mrs. Norwood spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.\ Sunday with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. tomatoes., \ r-l2-lt-l-U( & .wtr7. .1 .I

and !Mrs J. C. Sparkman, of Plant and Mrs. T. J. Terry. G. W. Rrown. i i II. T. Parnell wns a visitor! to 'The Mere, Marjorie vtsitimr. .. relatives Louise- of hero Jacksonville last week, '.-:::-::-.. ----=- :::(I '" ,1

Hly. I Iloaen Kinsey, of Tampa, is spending Heavy shipments of string beans Tessa Tuesday. Mr. and RANK NT 1TF'11KNT- .
Ellery Gunter, of Waldo! has been few with his uncle been Dr. King of Lake Butler visitor Mrs J. T. 15nrnen. of Wn- Wrlioi'l of tb.. onnilition of Iliw llnnipUiaRtitUt
a days and and cabbage have made from' wns a ,
? teronk Hunk at IliininUm, In tho aide of 'loreIdI4
attended! !the I wedding).) anniversary
attending to business. here. I daunt, Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Hammitt. Lawtey the past ten days and! quite n here Monday.\ nt flan nlnao of |IIIHIII'HN| stir ft, 112.1. '
celebration ........
of Mr. and Mrs. Ellison ) 11. t'
C. !M. Rawlins, of Waldo, was a business -/ Mrs. R. R. Thede was a visitor to number of crates of sweet corn. Prices! Among those who attended the social imam on .rent wtnlo' .-_________-__ I8,8'9-
visitor here Kelly, )0'1'1<111))'. Imanx un a"n".nl' Auourll.y otherluau i
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Monday.Mrs. Starke Monday. have bel'n'l'ry satisfactory. Duringthe at the homp of JOSHO Lee fowling Mrs. Ollio Handloy and I n nl ealattf. --.-__ h __-._._ ee42 a1
J. F. Johnson entertained the j two children I All other Inane and dlnfimml4' 15n5d.7n i
W. II. Burt was transacting busi- next few days the corn shipments Saturday night, were Onto Rivers! --
Martha .
and, Louise who have Uvinilmfta *l.n"llnllid ,
Christian Endeavor at her home Monday ness in Daldwin last Tuesday. i will be larger, as there Is a ]large! acreage Grnfton Adkins" George; Rivers Everett been I I ; Htntva'I l;"inil. ; : .-:::: ::::.--. : 55.Ipa. : a
'I I visiting relatives at Mayo for the past ItnnklnK liounv, turnllnr.lxlunn/ 4.80"1111,
evening. The rooms were beautifully \Miss Thelmu Drawdy, of Macclen- of early corn planted around Law- Rpnfrno( Lee Own*, of Brooker, month I nun. from Inonma.R..1 bruikn' ._.- 7.H:1.11t: .

decorated with (lowers and ferns ny, wns the truest lust week of !Mr.\ tey this Hpring. In passing Enoch Reddish Andrews! Lula Mac Conner, Saturday.Mlsa: ), returned. to their homo hero rook on bond .___. ... -. -- -. _.-. -IH61.2L- .

andOclal, games was the order of the and Mrs .T. W. Dm her. Griflis' farm about one mile south of of ]Huntings.IF. / h.lnl ___ ...... .__ 1\1.188.111 I

evening. Those present were May, \Miss En/.a Blanchard of Brooks-. town and cropped by !Silnn" nt" own, O. Rivers was attending to business graduating!IVrlii oxurcisvH Whiten attended l thn CiiiiUnl, uliii'k 1.ldn l.\ .I-lilnv... ,. 55,5550) 1 /"'

/ at Ijitce ]Butler HurhlilM fund .,. 1.0(11),111I(
__ ___n_ _________ ___ in Starke, Saturday. Friday night, UnilMiIrd: uriinia--(-linia? agmn.re|- '-unit-
1 Mr. and !Mrs. W. M.\ Hodges and little tttxifl poll) .___..__ .- lead2 '

.1 ''iW..ti! .l"Y..i l"WZ"J: (: tJ'o1I. t. .J. '!o l .d ; daughters: Rosa, Elva and Clarice, left Mrs.Sundgy N. T. afternoon hitch and two children ,Tlnuciil InilKliliml. :: ,:: :llrHlvn d.swlts| | !' nr milijiccl.dfiHMlt; I l to.i-hnok.-I- -:-- 1 15,550.51 Ig,0YA.1t: : /
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visited! relatives in Starko Saturday Jacksonville Cxahirrb ohwUH niiiHtanillnir" __... Mt M ,
whore she will visit several days: Wild uuyulili- ._ .. 8,01111.111'!
ami! Sunday.Mr. '
with relatives. Total ... __ ... .- &1.1$11.81I1r0'
and Mrs.' (J. W. Snip are re-
MISH Helen '. of Klorldn r'linnlv% of Itrndford e..I
1"1\ irw cmi'Tiitillations over the arrival Nauright and brothers,, I. A. A. ,l-ntrh.' Cnahlwr of list, iilMivaniilnd .
Ralph and Jack wero visitors to Jacksonville .. It"".. do *olt tnnly nwrar thnt Ilia, alMivaHtntitni'tit
of n daughter/ )born, May' 111th.; IN trim, ,to tin. IMWI of my/ ktiowli-dira,
!!! tllIl'illIUKt week
Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish). and / anl .II.r.
A. A. tUTCII.Corrvot .
Mrs\ J. C. Jones I}
wan shopping 1 In
children, of Wateronk, wero here Sat I -Altmt" : <:anhtr.M .
r Luke Huller Wednesday.Messrs. It. .IIHINH.! ,,
urday. A. IMiKDKN' ;
II. W. Uaiford, and A. I D. til.l ; Mr nlalAl.D, binrl..,nI '
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pinholsler, of Andrews \ 1 Hiiltnrtlhiiil iiittl ,KWIM,'it to .iM-fnru ins tIt. I IBIh, t''
Broker, passed, through/ here !Sunday" spent/ Monday/' in Lake Hut .Joy ..r Mny, 1 111/3/ '
"'1'. U.<( fob Printing Rosa Johns win here Saturday afternoon. Tliirk tit ti.... O.iirt.IIXNK .
Ex.-flovornor Sidney J. Calls: wa --' --
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in town Sunday afternoon. STAThMKNr;
Earl Whittpn Kumrt or thn ,-..n.IIII.>.ii of tlu (mwl.y', Htnl.
1 MII.I.FK I was a visitor to Lake llntik.: ill l.nwtf-y, In Ihii Mlnlv Hurlilu. .tthi
!Butler !Monday. rhea i tf hiiHlnivi: Mny A, IlliiJ.KmtMirrvN .r

:Mrn. Strickland( of, Lake !blotter, was I...""" nn sal ...1..'., __ A. a.611< 1
Miller : lit.! Mrs. Russell Pnr-
May -- TfOHIIN. nil 0ullHtllul, RMIIirtty u6 her
rish of taken 1 visited her parents l. visiting friends here during last work.Mr. limn mil mini .. I.ZIHM I
and Mrs\ S. '1'. Dowling Ml i-lhi'r loon mill iMnrunnU l III.MJ( Un
Mr. and, Mrs. T. II. Waters last week' won 1 nwrrh.nflx .. Ar'a.2'1 l 1
visiting hero Sunday afternoon. """..IH'n',. liori'lKikintr j. .._ 41111.11'1')
A goodly number c>f peoples of this .. hniiHifurnlluro. nxtinhir ...... V.I"" n?
Mr.
and Mrs Jet
section attended court at Luke Hut.ter ? Howling mini, children rent imlnU, -_- ... tH .MU
of ,Hun,' loon Inmirnnrnloil, bunks' 97.0HIOA
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Lnwtey wore visiting hero
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Monday. rii.)li h"rn. .. -_?,. .?_ 1 117 2 Sunday. Ciutlt, un bond. ... _. ? .. -_ 3,174...1774.nn0.iin
MISH Jnnio Itiollimr, visiting\ in .

CARDS Atlanta, :11.! J. C. Joties spent Monday in Lake Tolnl, .. : : ,' '1 1I.n.hiinei.a
Butler. (
." Ralph Ha/.en and Frazier Shaw of liipllnl' xt.wk imM,. In 18.1)011110) '
POSTERS J Ji We are glad. l to report that Mr. Kn.pliiH fund.. ._ 11541' ,
Drookvr, visited friends in this community Ifmhvlilinl .
tmiftl (fl.< and rn
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Mary It. Junes, who has been ill at t Ivan iiulil") ._ HK H1
Sunday afternoon. the home, of her ,daughter Mrs. A. I D. Illvlil.-niln :unpiilil: : / ... ... H7IJ:ill) .I )q'i
i ENVELOPES B. E.: Brown was transacting husi-! ImllvKlunl iiLniniin. milijoct. In clut'k. l.n1a.fI'l: tR
Andrews, Is slowly improving. Mm liiirn dyo.4te' I I4.H7H1MI.
" ncsn In Luke Butler Monday. : ; : :: : ::::
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BILL HEADS Kuric: Spires of Cocoa, is visiting Mrs. W. M. Graham, of South Jacksonville t ni.lili>.rH c-hiH'ltli oilUitniiihnic'' __ II(II 211 ,
is visiting: her parents Mend r. 'lull, payithlit __ 2,11001111
friends and relatives in this section
NOTE HEADS Mrs. A. I). Andrews, this week.VOODIAHN 'II.,till . 'n .= 1Aa0U.911: : ,
Murray Thomas was! in !Luke Butler Hluli of MuHilii. Cnunly tit "ruM...... s..1 ,
!Monday business. I, .1. W. llitrlM-r.' ttMltlfr of thn .t"nv...imin- '
on \ Flunk id,., NolKtnnly .v r.ir. Shut the MKIVIIliil IF'rd ,
WINDOW CARDS I E. II. Douglass made a business ..rn<. unit I lirlli>r.
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trip to Providence Saturday. Woodlawn, May !! .--Mr. and Mrs J. W. IIABIIfR.
SHIPPING TAGS 1 Misses Fielder and Shangham and ('sererAtael: Canbirr: .
/ 1M. I). Carter and Miss Lois Norman I.. II. HIM
Scott Howell of Alachua visited with A. A. aM Trr.
LETTER HEADS ,, were visitors to Starke Saturday I,. IIIJUHAN. rilr<"' t.... '
friends here Friday. Mrs. David John and Miss Gertie Ruh.o.n..1 and worn t., tx-tnrn mu thin IVhi
| John Mott of Lake Hutler, was a 01"1 .r May I 11122.
Browning spent the weekend in Jacksonville JA8. T. MOOKK.
visitor here Saturday. with friend NNOTICR I'uhlli-.

Denzil Thomas made visit to Five
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Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes, of Hal- OK HPBCIAI. KI.KC.TION I
Mile afternoon. M.......' .
Sunday proclamation ealllnv' an ... .tle.
ford, were the guests of friends here for thai of
puriMjM refine on the awaken' of
| Deputy Sheriff Roscoe Johns of Saturday and Sunday. WHiilntf bonds for Ih. omitructl' ,n and ...
Lake Butler was here on business! Inrulnit, the Water Worka and Y.1.. t.l.. Liuht{ I''
Mrs. Carrie Crews and sister Miss Clint of 1/,. Town of Btark.. KlorUla.
Saturday night. Nolle. In huroby nlvm that nn Fannie, attended church here Sunday authority v.at...l In m. .. Mayor of !
I Misses Elsie Stokes and Orettin the Town of Htarka. Florida. I ......b,. oall aapvelal v
Thomas spent the week-end with nlmtlon .if tha nuaMnnl\ ....... of .Id I l1I,
1 Walter Wilkerson left Friday for lawn to b. held at the Town Hall In aaild
friends. at Brooker. Town Thuraday. tha lat of Juna.
day A.
Jacksonville where he 'Is employed. >>. i2n to drtwnin. Inn quntion:' of luaulnv '
| N. G. Crawford made business
I a Mr. and Mrs. E, Rosier of Ever- Thlrty-alx, Thouaand Dollar hon.b of aa4!
trip to Lake Butler Thursday. :Town I'' for th. purpoa* of reon triietltiir: modanlarvlnu
BradfordCounty I tha Water Work anil Klnetrla L/whl/
I Miss! Edna Blair was the guest of A TOINIGGrove's Punt of tile Town of Htark. rlorl.la. meld!
bonfla to ... lamjwj In
dimomlnatlont or U.lIflG
Miss Ring Kralick, of Providence, last Tasteless chill: Tonic rmworosEnertfy earl and to .b. due ..,I.lIy bralnnlnir. July I.
.week. Kid.. and to hear. Internet at the rata of ..a
and Vitality by Purifying aDd Hr rantum per annum, payabla loml-annaally.
I I Mr. and Mrs. Olson Thomas spent Enriching the Blood. When and tha lniipM. >t ,ra of aid alxotloo an V. A. r
you feel Its "" "tt. (I. M Hi.trunk and J. M. Alvann, awl
the week-end with relatives at Bro.."- strengthening Invigorating effect, see huwit T. N. K.n.lrlck t.. act aa clerk.
In testimony whamof. I bava hvrwiinto ....b. 'i
er. brings color to the cheeks and howIt aorllH-d my name and ..........01 tha wag of thnaald
Mrs. If. C. Peeplcs is on the sick improves the appetite, rUthon. 'rown tn hereto ba altlxad., thla the 24th ,}
you
day of April A. l>. 1024.
list. appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove's I L. A. DAVIS. Jit,
| J. L. Brown was the business Tasteless Mayor. of the Town of Htarka, Florida. '
among chill Tonic In. dimply AtleatlC d'

i' 7 elegraph j i Visitors to Raiford! -Saturday.THKHKS.SA Iron and Quinine RusN. >nd"d In syrup. So A.Clark.rUTCH. (IS..]p i

pleusunl even children !like it. The hlo.,1n..ed. 4-28-tt.ll-at ,

: : .. QUININE to Purify It and (IRON to -- -- ;

Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and 11 o Worms in a Healthy ChllU: 1

Thervssu! May l 19.! -I' A. Young- Gdp germs by ft* Strengtheniiuginvlaur All chlldrno troublod' with Worm have an un
STARKE, FLORIDA acing Effect. ;Ilk; b.Jt/.I'.r.. which; loUlcaum poor 1>....1, and a. a I
' blood was transacting business In miff, than, U mare nr Inn atuinaih. iJUiturbuiwa."
., Starke Tuesday. -' 1.! , Miss Kathleen Smith !left Tuesdayfor .
l .a<>-oi-ralSr niiih.anlnil
vitality noc joeriiby purlfyto4 sod t
her home Ga. after T'mlu to ta.whokt ayKtanl. NanlrawWlbra
in Worth >
? an the Dl ml. You ... .
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l > : n won throw off or dlapnl the worma,and that:addFRIDAY ..III''.
extended visit with her sister! Mrs. W. ad.a. ... Jyl..tloil: .. : .i. 1'rlc .. 1&I .r"", PIeUfWIWI.Jo..r""prbuttJa-

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'1 PAGE EIG T. BBADFORD COUNTY THUS GRAPH. STARKK FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 19. 1922. I
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LAKE BUTLER Mrs. Mack JDriggers. P. J. Murphy, of Jacksonville, were '' Nothing is more exasperating/ thanto To summon your friends in a hurry Waitress-House shortage, air.'-..
) Dick Davis, of Miller, was a busi- business visitors to town Monday. try to argue with a person who -Just walk down the street with the Judge-

t Lake Butler, May 19.-The Worn- ness visitor to town Monday. The program for Mothers Day held agrees with everything you say. neck of a bottle protruding from your .

F" an's Club met Monday afternoon at I Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was a at the club room Sunday was enjoyedby pocket. Patron-How come this hair in lilY
p 6 o'clock, Mrs. A. C. Strickland pre- business visitor to town Saturday. those present. The program fol- The wonder is how some politicians I ice cream?

( siding. The hostesses were Mesdames Brady Brown, of Miller, motored to lows: will relinquish a race when so many I Bixby-No cottage pudding Walter-Sorry, sir, it must hhvt
I Strickland and Willie Williams. Lake Butler Monday. Piano and violin overture by Mrs. friends are assuring them of their Waitress-No, sir. slipped it when they were shaving the

!, Mr. and 'rrlr {Hudson Hermlon, of I S. J. Catts was in town Monday to Lee and Henrietta Padgett. election. Bixby-Why not? ice.-Wisconsin Octopus.
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Lake City, spent Sunday with relatives attend court. :Song, AmericaCongregation.Reading I '__ _-- ---- ., __ ...-_- _.
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;. r I i Miss Lucille Varnes, of Sumner, "Our Mothers"-Edna M. ._. _
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,!-' Nat Stokes, of Miller, was in i town and Miss Norma Dekle, of Five Mile, Driggers. Major. I
.' looking after business affairs. are' guests 'Of Rev. S. S. Proctor and Scripture reading-Frankie
jt', t, I+I Monday Mrs. Aaron Hailey and son have family this week. I Song Reading, "Sing, "Mothers Praises"Present"-Clay--Choir. What Your Tractor Will Do!! I If
left
. moved to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Marshall Proctor Tuesday born
.id I I' B. Z. Matthews. Mrs. Bailey afternoon for Jacksonville where she I Driggers.
a; ). has accepted work with the Blade. \ will attend the Southern Baptist Con Reading, "Mother's Hand"-Jessie

';i'\\ Miss Tliolma Dell, of Alachua, is vention. While there she will be the Belle Raulerson.
C iy (the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Fowler guest of Mrs. W.E. Morrison.Mr. Song, "The Most Loved and Dear- -rS I.r .
est"-Misses Georgia Epperson and : ;
this week. i iMrs. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson

/ P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, was! Starke, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.l I Russell Rivers.
a guest of her sister, Miss Marshall F. G. Schell Sunday. Reading, "My Ma"-Harold Pries-
Proctor Friday. | Mrs. Joseph Crews spent the weekend ter. ./ I j 9fllYl
Mrs. George Dekle and baby, Alva, at Lulu. A Tribute of Flowers.
of Jacksonville, are the guests of Geo. 1 Charlie Douglas, of Miami, was in Drill by six juniors. I
Fain-loth this weok. town Friday evening.Rev. Song, "Making Mother Happy"

Mr. and, !Mrs. Wilshire Brooks, of S. S. Proctor and Hardy Scar- Primary Children.
Providence, motored to Lake Butler borough motored! to New River and Reading, "Kissing All the Tears

1 Friday evening to attend the graduating -, the State Farm Sunday. Away"-Ernest Dull. f>
exercises.Mr. Holit Davis and Col. A. V. Long, of Song, "Trust Your Mother"-Alga

Welch, of New River, was attending Palnlka, were in town Monday. 'Prlester.!
to business in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Townsend and Reading, "My Sweetheart"-Cenua

: Raymond ir .witt, of Five Mile, was family, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rivers and Garvls. .
a business visitor to town Saturday. family attended the ,Dekle reunion at Drill and Song, "Love"-Four Girls / Y+ U
Messrs. J. W. Townsend, Russell Dekle watermill Monday.Col. -Dona Padgett, Marjorie Jackson,
Cone and Kinnny Townsend motored j Roy Chapman and Col. Fred '' Vivirette Driggers and Carlyon Dun-
to Orange Springs last Saturday. i Cone, of Lake City, attended court in can. / s
Friends of Miss Mabel Brbwn, of Lake Butler Monday. i i Reading, "The Best Day"-Mary v T''
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Miller, are receiving Invitation to her :M.! M. Hale, of Little Springs, was Dekle.
ie wedding" which takes place Thursday I i a business visitor to town Monday. .,|' Song, "One Night As I Lay Dream- h'rr o o
to Mr. Eurit Brown, at the home of i Henry Varnes, of Johnstown, was j:j ing"-Intermediate Girls. I
the bride nt Miller. | n business visitor to Lake Butler Fri- ,! Reading, "Mother"-Alice Piper. I ,

I Miss\ Madie Floyd has returned'' day. I I Song, "M? MothCrlnnd"-Choir. Break your land, Harrow and seed your land, Reap IK
home after a pleasant visit at Pablo' Judge Green, Col. D. E. Knight and .' Reading, "Mother's Bible"-Ethel j j
Bench. Sheriff Enn".nn. of' fUn..I"._ were .In.. Raulerson. and thresh your grain, Grind your corn, Cut feed for F
A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday at town Monday. j Songfother'lI' Bible"-Frankio
j Sapp. Mrs. Alfred returned to Jackson Priester, Kate Epperson and Leeman I your stock, Pump your water, Saw your wood, Cut t

Mr. Vinzant spent Wednesday at I' ville Monday after a visit with relatives ; Rivers. I your lumber Haul produce and furnish 1
j Johnstown. and friends. I I Reading "The Prettiest Thing"- your power 1
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j I T. D. Proctor and Walta Savage Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carrie and son, i Clarice Jackson. enerally around the farm. ,\
visited Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of I Cenus, left Monday for a visit with I Rending, "The Three Links"-Marion tJ
I Five Mile. relatives in South Florida. [ Knight.
i Miss Blanche Alderman returned to Perbeth Williams is convalescentafter I Reading, "Don't Let Mother Do It" I' 11

,f, j her home }]in Starke Sunday, after several an attack of fever. -Willie Mae Johnson.. I Why don't you quit the drudgery around
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1; days visit with Miss Lula Scar- George A. McCarter, of Beaumont, Offering.Song
.. I borough.Mrs. Cal., was a business visitor to Lake "Home, Sweet IIo"mel.-Con- the farm ? Get a Fordson from us; it is .

1 Willard Parker and daughter, Butler' this week. gregation. i
I': Marie, of New River, were shopping Ross W. Popelact, of Hampton," was Benediction. ready, able and willing to do your hard

,I in town Monday. in town this week looking after business work. "
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9 r''I', Moss Hewitt, of Five Mile, was at.tJ affairs. Don't point your finger at the per- ) .

;. ''t,, tending to business in town Monday. Joe Triorson, Frank Walker, Paul t son with whom (}ou are conversing. ,
::1;; Preston Williams, of New River, M. Wolf and II. S. Greenwood, of Ml-\ ''He might bite it off. ,
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I' motored to Lake Butler Monday. ami, were in town this week on bUSI- ,!

'., ; Freeman Smith visited friends in ness.C.. A little bordaaux paste..applied to J. W. ANDREWS\ JR. .
Palatka Friday. D. McCare, of Charlotte, N. C., the freshly cut,,'' stems of watermelons ,' ,
"I' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rivers moved Into was in town this week. will FORD AND FORDSON DEALER
: prevent most of the losses due to j STARKE FLA.r .
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.. their home, recently purchased, from Dr. R. E. Watts, K. R. Paderick and stem-end rotting in transit. i'

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