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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 26, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME FORTY-TILREB STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922. NUMBER! }'OItTY'EIGII1". ':

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ON 'WAR GRAFT- EGYPT IS LOST First Bennett Grade, Willie-Colson Tison Morris, Margaret, Stanley : BY MOB FOR KIL. i|I I I Starke We, ,the In order undersigned, to permit 1 merchants ourselves of

Brown. : and employed. a little time for rest and

SCHEDULED I I i. I IN COLLISION Second Starling Grade: 'Grattan B-John Inman Cooper, Minnie Joi- I LINGWOMAN : happiness recreation which und thereby is so closely promote akin that to

Wiggins. Miss Olive Ray, teacher
\ : efficiency, do hereby agree to close our
I Third Grade-Etholyn White, Louise I I respective places of business. at nnp-

\TTORNEY GENERAL IMPLl- the :\ 100 PERSONS=, LOST Howe, Hazel Adkins, St. Elmo INFURIATED: CITIZENS ()J>' D.U- o'clock p. m., on every Thursday from

CATES MEN II1C.II IN WIL LIVES IN CRASH DURING Struth, J. O. Turner, Jr., Richard ISIIOKO A\ENiE: ( MURDER\ OF. i iVOMN I Juno 1 to August 31, 1022.::! We solicit i ,

SON'S ADMINISTRATION IIEAVY FOG Long, Julian Peek, Jr., Mlm'il'lor! : \ : : :MIL CARRIER II | and trust we may receive this hearty

tt gan, Evelyn Stump, Margaret Wit co-operation' of the public in this behalf ,

A sweeping/ expose of the activities I Brest, France, May 21.-Over 100 Hams, James RichardVnimvrighl I Davislioro, (Gn; ., May I 12. Following and will line our best efforts to

former "influential personages InJlt' vial .. perished when the Peninsular Betty Ito 'I.ans. Miss Kxalvn Oemareotoachpr. his confession:,: that he robbed> and muriloiM | till all orders received before that (

and !\I I'll. William Kitchens. 22, rural hour.
in preventing ('- Occidental, Line steamer Egypt
government" pre
i,ton! of war drifters was promised I off of, Ushunt, after a collision Fourth Grade; U.-l'lwlmll Silcox, mad carrier of thin city, Charlie ;, N. Sternberg, Grime & Johns, I''.
Velmn Schilke>, Ivn Sloan, William
Attorney General Duugherty inter a told the French freight: steamer, the Atkins, 15.ar old 1 tit'gro boy, was ) F. :Stump, flank 1 of Starke, Bryan Grocery ;
Brown, Eloise Bitch, :Merrill\ Futdi. burned at the stake at six o'clock last.
the .'. Co. N. 11. Hull Peoples Grocery r
.( transmitted, to the house by the : .
Fourth Grade A- Leon Alvarez I ,
resident ' Dora Manning, Leah Struth, Leila
a determination), to prosecute at could swim scrambled about for The lynching occurred at the 1I.n\\ Co? .\. !M. Daiby, G. M. I Inmiin, McMillan
ounces
Don Andrews.< !Miss Mirgueritehriver : of the murVr, noon' than ::! ()
ar profiteers and grafters, declaring of wreckage/ to which they might! 2,000 & !llominirwuv' City BarberShop

nut the department is handling near-. : '. Many of these were. rescued, teacher. sons from I several counties, witnessing I! H. A. Scott, A. H.: Wall, $ I. .
Fifth Grade-Ralph Cheshire, William
300 cases, Involving $11)12,000,000) < floated! about in the fog after or taking part, according to witnessPS. I: Alvarez, (I'eWItt. C. Jones, BradfordCounty /
Duncan, Paul Ernest! KnightMlerrjll \ .
nat ought to come back to the treas- I lie Egypt went down, calling for help. ] Bank, ..1.V.. White & Son, J.M. .'
Iris Brown Juno1'ullen '
McMillan \
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Mr. Daughterly, in hU letter de :I I sound, of their voices! directed After being, toituied with a slow. : Alvarez, J. F. Kickliter. F'" CJ.; .;"
try, Katie Bryant, Mildred SilcoxCorn : ,
l his own record and attacked :| .t'll of the crew of the Seine in lire for fifteen minutes, I the mob loosed Hemingway, Sam Rosenberg.AIMU'T j
vended
Belle Koon. !Miss l Eva: Burr,
administration. i I boats who were patrolling the 1 the truce chains Hint held Atkins I! .

rhe former '!, riv! picking up both living and dend teacher. to a pint' tree and placed. hm HPiired THE: t'il'l'DOND\ ELECTION
'The transactions out of which those Sixth Grade-.Mary tee Wynn, Lucille "i
I In some instances the rescue crews 1 body> in the- middle<1 of the main high
i-aud cases grew," he Raid, "in a vast I Johns, Beatrice Howe, Alice Pat .
clinging to bits of way. He wax conscious, crying in
mjority of instances took place under upon person tee, Ruth Stt'rlllwrJt'tillln',1!\ Colson, ,; r '
tip who let go and mink just as! aid pain. The mob dom.iiulcd to know if The citizens of Staiko will, on next:
administration Natur- Mott ElizlIl..lhlulrV", Jun.ior ,-
,ihu preceding them was at hand. The small boats Louise there wen others connected, with the Thursday, the first bay of Juno, have (
little nothing was done by that McDonald, Chas. Khklitc'rI.rrill!
''Iv, or ,
numerous occasions sought vainly murder! (hoi privilege* of saying whether w!
bring these matters: as Tillman Alvarez I j'
ulministratlon to Struth, Loin Colloy, ,
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will : the fine: In locale person lifting Atkins, It. was said, namedoho/ shall have an up-to-date wnll'IInti .
As the country soon C. R, Sapp, teacher.
light. ,
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reason to know, influential per- of distress thr.nigh: the fog. Seventh (;rate--Florence AmlrewsCussio Henry Turver, another young! negro! light/ plant, or whether we shall continue ,
t.ive: the known missing:' are the I whom ho said, the other with the woin-nut obsolete> plant
in the government who had ing Mac Bennett, Elise Jones, Edna : boy> (vas only
ranges 'i ed und chief engineer uf the Hazel' person connect1. with It. lli, had previously xvhuh we airy at present making out
,Jiowledge of these transactions and Manning, Frederick Struth,
i connected his hl'uth.r with the with. i 'M'
in position to make disclosures, I' Middleton, Sammy Sternberg. Miss
were vessel of 8,000 known tlmt have to .'
!! The Egypt was a (',axe. Everyone: wo
in concoal- "ch'r.mghth .
interested personally Eva; Powell, "' .
were The Seine bound for Havre! the rates of town in
) was Grado Thelma Sneltgrove, Members of I the mob raised his body pay highest any
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ng them'Awaits It the disaster occurred. (Griffis ; again, fastened, it to H pine trot*, III Fluridu' and with the present equipment .
Lois Edwards. Eva: Rigdon\ Roy "
Passage .>f Hill of the Seine! in the high i'I I
LeBarzic will continue
ing. Captain Freeman Johns. Mrs. Bessie McGruder an upright position, rekindled the lireat \ wo paying
Prosecution of war graft cases, the I ", the disaster said: Iho bnsi of the tree aryl 1 then stood ode If tho bond election Is carried

attorney general declared, will be begun .JI1: \ ; ': "r was at my post on the upper teacher.Names of those who were on every( otr, giving/ those in I the crowd opportunity June hat we will bo! in position to In* .

by the department of justice t as : ; : ., Saturday evening: at 7 o'clock, honor roll for eight months: to tire' shots. into. the Ixuly. Undertakers itlall modern equipment, wliidi will enable '

Soon as congress passes n law he has I miles from the Armen light GradeEtholmeVhitv.. who obtaii'od t the body. following im to render, twenty-four hour t

:ommended providing( for nn addi- .. sea was calm, with a slight swell. Third Cheshire. the 1'n"'linl! soy that more ,service and at rates in line with other '
Fifth Gradu: Ralph
zonal grand jury in the District r of ; fog was very dense. I wan listen Seventh Grade- *--Gussii* Mae Bennett than "00 shots entered I the haired owns the size of Sturke and larger.

olumbia.The attorney Keneral will for fog horns and proceeding, at body. At present we have only one boiler

ni' allowed the additional $500,000 he : the speed of fiv-j knots. Edna Manning. Immediately after completing thelynching and if anything should go wrong" withit

requested for pushing the prosecution (' ; "In leas time than it takes to tell CAMPAIGN: :: roit OLD CLOTHING\ : (; the mob set out to find Tur- we would! IK unablu to operate at

,>f contract grafters, according to the' great liner emerged from the fog. It 1 ver, determined' on lynching' him if he I all until it could<1 bo rt'Pllir..dVilh

,hiiirman of the House Appropriations mi ; ; my .ship and tore away the for- To aid in saving human life the, could be found.STARkE the now equipment, it in. the plan of

Committee. I works and moved on at !great Near East Relief will conduct a campaign the town to install two units in plueo

Charging: that no effort was made ; : ...,.. I Immediately ordered our en for old clothing and commodities : DEPEATS: : OCA: LA of cine, MO when repairs are needed it

during the last administration to prosecute : reversed. between June loth and 17th. \\t in will not he necesHiiry to close down

the fraud cases, Mr. T>ault'heri i lars "I saw nothing further. But then I felt that our state should put forth an Ocala went down in ,defeat before the entire .plant.Alternating ,.

ty said, "It is not to he wondered' to hear cries of horror that told extra. effort to ship to New York direct the Starke I nine Tuesday afternoon at current will bo a large I

therefore, that if upon coming to the II ; \ of a catastrophe. I went In search all old\ clothing that maybe. secured Ocula 1 by the score of 5 to Iin I H slow feature with the recanstrueted.plant. I.

jlfice I found not only that nothin 7:00.'P. the stricken vessel in the fog and and canned, commodities that game that was played, mostly in. the Tho citizens/ will be able l to run small ,' '

virtually had been done in the way of : ed. rknl'ss. found her in twenty min can be donated., rain. muihincry by motor power day or :aight ,. .

prosecuting these offenses, but thatno ...!!. Miss Elizabeth: Skinner, president Storks got on to Roonvy, who was housewives can use electricity { l

machinery had been set up for "She lay on her port side, ready to of the Florida< Federation Woman's on the mound I for the Ocala team, and I for cooking, sowing, washing and cither b

handling the cases in an orderly and over. Water was pouring into a Clubs; is a n1l'mlwof the Near East scored three men in the first inning, necessities. all of these being Im-,

systematic manner. ,' deep tear in her side plates, Relief committee, and this committees one of which cleared, the right field poHHible with the direct curent mach I

"It is a terrible thing to charge a'' II 1: and wails of despair were to be asking the women of Florida to fence with one on. The home run was Fiery. I'

citizen with robbing his own government \ coming from the steamer. Pas. send! warm old clothes to the people from the bat of Lane Richborg, the I VOTER. UI

and I have insisted upon most / \ were seen running about on ,' of Armenia, many of whom are dyingon University of Florida bnsebull couch I o

painstaking investigation of all cases Eth; 1 decks os the steamer wan about account of the atrocious! treatment I and the* property of the Phillips. Ho : KIND WORDS FROM FAR AWAY

involving charge of criminality. The Ras go under. of the Turks. The following articles also played. a fine !game at short | i

investigations in a number of the more ; "1 saw a man throw himself' into are being called for: Coats und dresses The catching! and hitting of Chain Mrs B. B. llopson, of 105/ flasher

important cases have been completedor ; sea with two little children in his I sweaters, blankets, wool shirts, cey and, the butting of Rich, who play I. Place, Akron, Ohio, in a recent letterto

are nearing completion. In each The shipwrecked people in the ,! heavy hosiery, wool !gloves and mittens oil first, were the star Pheiffer, who the Telegraph, nays among other
reveal sufficient evidence clung to floating debris. I had all ball had the Orals boys in |
instance, they boots and shoes, shop worn garments has a fast things! :
to warrant an investigation: being fis. lifeboats lowered. It wan partic sheets for bandages! new clothor a bad hole,. as the ball all afternoon "Thu Telegraph la ulwuyn. a welcome

made by the grand: jury." perilous work, for we were on garments, and any heavy warm was. very dark.Rooney arrival, and I can assure you i
main path of vessels going from tttill and Overstrect worked fur
to clothing in which there is Nome that every item eagerly road. Nona ?
ST. MARK'S CHURCH open sea to the Engllst channel. I wear. Children's. clothing especially Oi-ahi. Rnoney was not in form, and i| except thoijo fur away from native environments
at the scene of the wreck until credited. againnthim I '
requested. twelve safe ones were : can fully appreciate I.t- +

This is Ascension Day when we minutes" after eleven o'clock Miss Olive Ray has been appointedchairman while Pheiffer gave up six hits II I tern from home and the home paper" ;'

commemorate the last act of our night. for Sturke! for the campaign! hex Score Such kind words an these are very

Lord's earthly life. In the round of : It was said late tonight that there between June 10th and 17th. A committee Starke 'I much appreciated by us.

the Christian year we have followed be more survivors of the disas from each church will be appointed AH Riii'OAh\ : ]I I' Akron In the headquarters of this

the great events of our Lord's life it since the steamer at the Cap time Iracon of the was col later, and! it Is hoped that this W. I Epperson, If_ n I 0 1 0 1 01 1 rubber Industry of America. Mrs.
having miles away ''
and now we think of Him as / the and community will respond generously Wall, 2nd .. B I 1 J 20 I I Ilopmin! says: "w'
and hurried to spot may;
Father gave ; will also be gratefully from,
His "Akron IN slowly
finished the work of those in the Any money given Rich, 1st -------5 1 3 II I 0 0 I I recovering
Him to do and returning to.a place of ... .' picked who were up some missed by the small received.A Chancey, c ----5 1 II 12 10 ;. the financial depression of past yearn, {' '

honor as we say in the creed. Rlchborg, ss _---4 1 1 1 30 :: and the rubber factories are running i
service on oj the Seine. HANDSOME OFFICE. : ft to
There will be morning to \ Moore, cf ---3 I 00 1 00Pheltfer 'ion full time. Wages are from $
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the Sunday after Ascension.This _----.r> 0 2 I 0 3 0 $12 per day.
is a time when we use a prayer HUNT SE- The office of Dr. W. E. Middleton,, Harris, 3rd p ----.2 0 1 1 2 (0 I That our old friend, B. II. lIopM<>n. ,

for God's blessing on the fruits of the by on Thompson street, has lately been Alvarez, rf -----3 0 0 0 O 0 is still very much alive, we gather

earth which includes the labors of the beautified by the art of the painter R. Epperson, rf--.l 0 0 1 0 0 from the following note about him .In
weather. ed and the hanger and! presents a the letter
favorable paper :
farmer and CURES DAMAGES
3H 5 I 12 27 I U t 0
The annual convention of the diocese handsome appearance. New surgical "Mr. llopuon has recently received

at Apalachlcola was a most enjoyable appliances have also. been added, making OcalaAll promotion as efficiency expert by the 4

one. A special car went from STETSON the establishment up-to-date in KHI'OAI Goodrich Co., and Is now in Detroit
and returned : respect. the latest method of rubber .
Jacksonville as a Pullman every Ulrich, 2nd 00.4 0 1 0 2 0 inspecting
the enjoys an extensive In that
and this give Dr. Middleton goods manufacturing
as a sleeper Brooks, ht ___ --2 0 1 11 0 0
social When not in his office, Miss "
church people a pleasant op $25,000 IN SUIT ALLEGING practice. Taylor, 1114 _____-___4 0 1 4 6; 1 city.
there is the ; Baisden will always be found to visIt -
church Addie Mr. and Mrs. Ilopnon expect
portunity. The MALICIOUS EXPULSION VanlandinifKum, 3..1 I 0 1 2 4 1Overit
located and composedof there to be conferred with. Ming liaia- friends and relatives here this win-
most pleasantly reet c--4 0 1 7 0 0
= FIFTEEN YEARS: AGO ,
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the
of : enjoys
people den, a professional nurse, ter and warm welcome in assured
the most representative Wood, If & 1st _uA 1. 0 1 0 0 a
of being one of the bent in
be
the town. They did everything. possible Orlando, May 20.-Mis* Helen Hunt reputation Liddell, cf -------3 0 1 1 0 0 them.

to make our stay pleasant.The ly. Jacksonville, was awarded $25,000 the state. Leavengood, rf 00 __3 0 0 0 0 0
church / SOLD
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the general GOOD LANDS TO
of 0 0 1 0 0
reports Nooney p-.3
Dr. Lincoln Hulley ,
The increase be ges against The self conceited man is a genius
encouraging. -
work was most the Stetson University, by a jury who doesn't Whitney, 11--------1 00000(
during the first At in his own estimation The tract of about 0,00< acres, lying/
in revenues
the Seventeenth judicial circuit think. 32 1 62711 2
campaign was : worry over what other people 'southeaat'of Starke, which has been
of the present
year than for all the previous 99 here this evening, this being the University, Starke ___ __ __ u 300 200) 000 :5 owned by Paul Bros for many yearn.Is .
and Stetson
more heated trial Dr. Hulley
The increase for _the !general of a, %ve days' malicious expulsion of thplaintiff Ocala ____" ___ 010 N)0) 000 1 about to be opened up for sale. Surveying -
years.
as stated by attorneys for Miss charged
church work was 117 per cent, for diocese as an award for fifteen yearn from the university in 1907, Summary-Home runs, Richhorg; Is being done, some buildingswill

work was 300 per cent and for continuous, effort to exonerate her when Miss Hunt wan. but 17 years of two base. hits, Rich, Chancey 3, Lid- \ be erected and the land will be

parish work was about 400 per cent. I dell; sacrifice hits, Richborg, Harry; offered for sale in tracts. to suit pur-

second in the rate will age.Counsel address stolen bases Ulrich base on balls offI'heiffer'"I chasers.
This diocese ranks Attorneys for the defense announc for the plaintiff, in an ;
of increase pf all the dioceses of the len \ that a motion will be made for a this afternoon to the jury, pleaded ; ; off Rooney, 1; earn..druns It will be of great advantage to
Ocala 1 Starke 4. Umpires, Starke, Hampton and Bradfordcounty -
country. trial next for total exoneration of the young ; ,
wyekvMUs
his who his name to have this land occupied by progressive e
Hunt was awarded $15,000 in woman, for which she has been fighting Smith, and a man says
last I.I
typographical error that John Clay. Time 1,43.; / settlers. U II Partridge
Through a case of slander against. Dr. Hulley' for many yean, and stated was Henry arrangement
week the names of Thelma Snellgrove or Volusia county in 1911, but this the $23,000 asked in the suit by Miss making the preliminary ;
the active
Regina Kaszyn- natural and G. M. Inman will have
and
Sudie Lee CoItIOn was set aside by the state su- Hunt would only partially compensate! Many a man possessed a
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skl were omitted from the list of those court: The present case against her. talent for forgetting that he I.I a man. work of handling the sales.

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PAGE TWO IDFo KI> COUNTY TELEGRAPn, .STARKE FLORIDA FlU DAY, MAY 26, 1922.
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LETS I'UT STARKE ON THE: MAP a market will be! furnished for all our Sunday with his family.

THE WHEELS farm products at good figures." The I l'v. E. D. Boyer and daughter' : Miss -' ---

Let us sing it, let us shout it, company will be able to make or han- Mary, visited relatives in Jacksonville I

Let us tell the world about it; dle the following products, : Butter, Tuesday 1 1THE

OF INDUSTRY Let us put the town of Starke upon cheese, poultry, eggs, ice, beverages, Marvin Frazier of Jacksonville, visited Tj I

the map. vinegar, pickles, kraut, catsup, pork I relatives here Sunday. -

It is there in name I know, und beans' sauces and ctmdiments, jellies Mr. and Mrs James Goodfellow\ and

ARE MOVING But we'll have to rise and showWe're jams and apple butter. The candy children returned home Saturday froma

y ; I not sitting with our hands department, another unit of the m6tor trip through; West Florida UNIVERSAL CAR

folded in our lap. plant, now hall a capacity of five hun- and Alabama.

BUSINESS:: IN ALL LINES RAPIDLY dred pounds a day. John Marr, of Highland, was a Visitor -
t t GETTING; IN FULL STRIDE Let us tell in every letter lg addition to its manufacturing facilities to Lawtey Friday. TOURING CAR

OVER THIS COUNTRY How our town is growing/ better, the factory has storage room Miss Ollie Marr, of Highland, spent

And, our neighbors will sit up and for fruits and vegetableswith a com- the week-end with her brother, L. A.

Railroads ore ordering material tot watch us grow. plete ventilating system. 1 Marr.

1 a greater extent than for a good many We can surely feel elated More than $100,000 has been spent I] Henry Burney returned home Sun

l years. Building contractors are finding When we find that we are rated in converting the brewery to its present from to South Florida.
day a trip
t, o P k an increasing find almost an incessant As the town that knows just how uses. While preparations for the Miss Enza Blanchard is spending/ a
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demand for their work. The
to make various have been madeon
things go. departments few days in Jacksonville as the guest!
building materials are tending to a I the
a scale considerably beyond of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Dye.
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' higher price and to an increasing Let us sing it, let us hum it, market needs at this time, it is the be- II. Kinsey left Wednesday for hit

', .- scarcity of supply. The demand for Let UH paint it, let us plumb it, lief of the president that the demandfor home in Alabama, after spending a 1 ec

I lumber grows apace and the trend of Let us clean up every corner of the home products is so great, that few days with Rev. and Mrs. C. J,
prices is upward. In some sectionsthe
the former brew
town. within a few years Hammitt.

supply of skilled labor is scarcely We can do it if we will ery, now a food factory, will be taxed Mrs. Enoch Griffis and daughter,
1 equal to the demand, though there is And present a good, clean bill to its capacity, 1
Miss Pearl few
are spending a daysin
} still a large amount of unskilled labor & I
To the ones who've looked upon us Jacksonville this week. _
A Tf
out of employment.
with a frown. TO THOSE IT MAY CONCERNThe ; Miss Pauline Rowe, of Macclenny, fa
is e
Highway improvement proceeding
If visited relatives in last week.
Lawtey
:; at"a rate which must soon tax the ours
I, ,) We will make these yards of l law in regard to the payment The families of T. J. Terry, W. H.
facilities of highway contractors and
More attractive with bright flowers of sales and miscellaneous taxes 'is" Edwards, E. D. Boyer, and V. R. Red
the people who supply road building
And we'll clean up rubbish heaps on that returns and remittances must be dish with a few invited guests enjoyed -
equipment. With the certainty that
every hand.We'll made to reach the office of the lake
t so as a delightful picnic at Kingsley
the country has entered upon an era
enlist the Scouts
grand Boy
I Collector of Internal Revenue, Jacksonville Monday.
of highway building of which as yet To step in and help us out,
Fla. before the last
on or
j, we have seen only the beginning, there
i And we'll all march 'round the town
day of the month following that for WOMEN HEADED FOR SEX EXTINCTION -
1 is a vast volume of business ahead for behind the blind
which the tax was collected.
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highway workers. .IrJiaM.MI Yrf f
\ Heretofore, however, returns and remittances -
The demand for pig iron long dormant

Let the merchants in the stores
mailed the last of
to such an extent that the industry on day English/ women are, headed straight
Move barrels and clean the floors the month have been accepted by thecollector .
for sex extinction because of their
seemed almost dead, is increasing ,
Dust the shelves and clean the win-
and delin-
not construed
as tendencies to join in the strenuous!
and the advance in steel and pig dows week.
once a quent, even though same were not received sport of males.
N iron has not lessened the demand for
They will make a better showing by him until the next day. The' Never Before
r' these materials. Indeed, people always And their business will keep growing This', at least, is the opinion set
has called attention to the
buy on a rising market and An the goods upon the shelf beginto department forth by GeorgeS( Chalmers, secretaryof '
fact that such considered
cease to buy on a declining market speak. returns are the College of Preceptors, who also Value Like This
and must not be
delinquent acceptedus
No sooner had the country come to a heads a committee of members of

full realization of the fact annqunced Then the man who said that Starke having been paid on time. the medical and teaching: professions

many months ago by the Manufacturers Made him think of Noah's ark, and As remittances the tax for which made these returns collected which has been organized to take Why should you buy any car "'
Record that the entire financial\ are was steps to prevent the sex extinction of
"Old Dixie's"
Will come riding down but Ford ? Prices lowest
a
of the
i' of the had been on or before the last day ,
policy country reners- broad English women
highway.
ed, and that President Harding's boast There will be some wondrous changes month, the person sending same to the English women are right up with parts lowest, operating and up-
that lowering discount rates and thus collector has had ample time in whichto the men in the fore ranks of sports.
lowest Ford
the credit facilities of the make the necessary reports and remit keep expense yet a
f stimulating They turn out, barelegged, and run in
There will be no more "free ranges, the amount due before the end of
country was one of the mOAt important relay races. The put the shot and car will take you any place any
Not for cattle, nor for grafters, in
the month and in order
actions of his administration than following to' take hurdles
they the and they even will These sensible
that car are
day. avoid for in future all go. ,
penalties delay
the far-seeing people of the country want to be admitted to the various
for business. persons required to make such returns not extravagant times and a
to clubs.
began get ready jockey For years they have ,
Let teach' the golden rule
4 With every decrease in interest In us the church, the home, the school, must get them to the collector in sufficient been giving the men a run for their Ford is the most sensible car

rates there has come an advance in the time to prevent any question money in the less strenuous sports,
price of government bonds and in the Let us lend in every need a helping arising as to delinquency. such as golf and tennis for anyone to own. Terms if

tdJ general security market, fulfilling, in We'll hand.not need to sing or shout it Collector D.Internal T. GEROW Revenue., The doctors and the teachers are I' desired.J. .
that statement which worried about these
respect every sporting proclivities
Nor to tell the world about it, i
'p ,, the Manufacturers Record has made We'll be known throughout this I on the part of the women of Eng W. Andrews Jr.
during the past two years. The demand grand and glorious land. LAWTEYLaw land. They are afraid that it may ,
S'
; for new securities has been so eventually lead to a nation that is single Ford and Ford Dealer
kl 26. Col. A. S. Crews son
ley, May ,
tremendous as to astonish the country PHILADELPHIA sexed.
i and show the enormous buying powerof HAS I'ItOSPEREOUNIER of Starke, was in ,Lawtey Saturday in "The medical profession for many STARKE, FLA. '
PROHIBITION the interest of his candidacy for the .
the American people. years has had misgivings about our
Co-incident with the lowering of state attorneyship, Eighth Judicial present system of physical instruc-

discount rates and the advance in the The other weeK a great law enforcement Circuit.Mr. tion for women," declares Chalmers.

stock and bond market has come a rally was held in Philadelphia. and Mrs. J. M. Oliver and children "Many of its most distinguished mem-

n) betterment in farm conditions with Thousands of citizens crowded into the of Baldwin, were week-end bers are continually asserting from --- --

for Academy of Music and voiced their guests of )Mrs. Oliver's father, E, J. their that .
{ higher prices agricultural productsThe own experiences the functions ydUlLia
War Finance Corporation has enthusiasm for the prohibition law Robert of motherhood are impaired' by

V( continued its active operation of lending and. good laws, in general. Among Prof. L. L. Blackburn, of Blounts- these strenuous games and that they

money to assist farmers and livestock the speakers was Joseph M. Steele, town, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs cause I incalculable suffering' in later

4 raisers, and in many cases the president of the Law Enforcement W. E. Torode Sunday. years.

very fact that this corporation was League of the city, who, according/ to Miss Eva Futch went to Jacksonville "Adding to this, we have had sound

prepared to advance money for these press reports, dealt with the local con Friday where she will spend a scientific opinions submitted to us by .Lla .

M purposes has caused local banks to ditions under prohibition as follows: while with her' sister, Mrs. Ury Gun- eminent biologists pointing out that

loosen up in their credits, and thus the "Recently a lot of dust has been ter.Mr. in these strenuous games women are
thrown into the eyes of the people. and Mrs. Tom Morton were vis- '
? money actually loaned by the War Finance spending all their 'capital, with theconsl'quence s
The Eighteenth Amendment to the itors to Jacksonville Wednesday. .: .
has been that
Corporation only one they are producingan ..... '
of the benefits derived from its ope Constitution, prohibiting the manu- Mrs Fortune Moulin returned to emasculatedrace, of men. A f

rations. facture and sale of intoxicating liquors her home in Jacksonville Sunday, after "These biologists also point out that Elberton Blue Georgia Granite
for beverage purposes, engendered spending a few days here at the
i Business is not yet by any means woman has a male as well as a female -
at full tide, but it Is moving forward the strenuous opposition of all home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. element in her constitution, and "THE STONE, ETERNAL" .-

r 1 1 rapidly, and when it reaches full tide engaged in the liquor business M. Padgett. that the accumulated effects of the And GEORGIAiMARBLE! mute| variouIIhade.makeMEMORIALS

a every transportation facility in the "Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, because Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a present system of training tend to develop

country will be heavily overtaxed with of their recognized leadership, professional visitor to town Friday. only the male In her, with the

; a larger volume of freight than can have been made the battleground of Miss Della Blanchard was a visitorto consequence that 'we shall soon havea

be handled, and the manufacturing interests the bootleggers in an attempt to makeit Highland, Friday. species of human beings who is neither -
that the people demand a Mrs. Wimberly and daughter Miss RenownedFORJARCHITECTURALIDIGNITY
and the building and construction appear man or woman."
restoration of rum. It is the most Winifred, of Highland, were shopping
work of the country will likewisebe And there you are. Maybe this sex
futile fiction ever conceived. in Lawtey Friday. :
fully taxed. extinction is on its way here in Eng
All of this condition can be hastened "The benefits which have accrued to W. II. Edwards was a business vis- land, for to an American it certainlyseems and EVERLASTINGENDURANCEThree
e our city since the enactment of the itor to Jacksonville Wednesday.
by a lowering of freight rates, that the women of England are
1'+t, which would stimulate the volume of prohibition law include a much lower Mrs. Rowe, of Macclenny, was call- far more masculine than the women essential factor to be considered in buying monuments t,

traffic exactly as the lowering of discount death rate, a greater purchasing power ed to Lawtey last week on account of of America. English women walk up are BEAUTY PERMANENCY APPROP.I I,

rates stimulated the revival of increased home buying, building the illness of her son, J. B. Rowe. and down Piccadilly smoking a ciga- '
association membership and savings Henry Wimberly, of Highland RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this Zcombi-
was
+, confidence and building operations. rette, swinging a cane and wearing a
High discount rates and high freight bank accounts, a marked 'decrease in a visitor here Wednesday. monocle, and it causes not a ripple of nation whenjbuying: our material.
the number of inmates of almshousesand Percy Rowe, spent Sunday with relatives -
rates have been a burden on business. excitement. English women ,ln run- COGGINS MARBLE CO.
GP.I
CANTON .
The tide has turned. The surge H! jails and a general increase of in Maxville. ning shorts and Jerseys or women in
l if would full happiness among our citizens. Lorenzo Marr and Albert Jenningswere tights playing Leading Manufacturers of the South
on. But we reap a measure hockey bring not a
of prosperity we must hasten the "To show the real state of the pub visitors to Highland Friday. fcasp of astonlshment.-Ex.? I Field or Special Representative. ,

passage of a tariff bill; hasten theE lic mind and to encourage the law en- Mrs. L. A. Marr has been confinedto W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA. ..

j plans' for better financing of the agricultural forcement officers, city, state and national her home for several days with the THE DOWNWARD TREND

interests safer and in the full performance) of their I influenza.W. .D'D' D' .'D'. ..."j/I/
on a -
=: :.D:: : !
duty, the Law Enforcement Leaguewas H. Burt was business ____ .. .. ,,j
broader foundation than agriculture transacting Taking the highest and the lowest ----- -

t has ever had before; hasten the low organized.: The eagerness with in Starke Wednesday. bids on brick roads received by Pinel- drop in the average of the bids makesit SAY IT NOW "\

t ering of freight and passenger rates. which thousands and thousands of cit- Albert Jennings was transacting las county, this week, we find the average evident road building costs are -

: i And when these things have been ac- izens have signed our membershipcards business in Starke Friday. to be $2.56 per square yard for down. There Is undoubtedly a de- Soma one we know Is going to die
) is a robust refutation of the Mrs .A. M. Blanchard
complished we shall go forward witha spent several number one brick of a 'given dimension crease in the cost of labor, of mater some time.
claim that a great majority desire the days with relatives in Jacksonville
.
stride of seven league boots to a asphalt flU..OTaking the average ial and of construction supervision,
return of liquor." last week. of the Their good deeds will appeal to us,
lowest
prosperity which will furnish profitable the middle and the
and in some things, there is a mater- the"
employment for the day laborer I Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, Leslie, highest bids received by Orange coun- and will be emphasized by death
FROM BREWERY TO PURE FOOD ial reduction of freight rates. By tho that overtakes friends.
of Starke, are visiting her father E. March our
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.and the mechanic, for the capital of ty we get an average bid
the country and for profitable production FACTORYThe J. Roberts, this week. for the lame class of road and Iden- time the HllUborough county contracts I Before the grass begins to grow over r'

in agriculture, In manufacturesand Fortune Moulin, of Jacksonville, tical materials, of $2.63. are ready to be let, the Indica- them we will have many kind words
ii in mineral operation Inland Brewery, one of the lar spent Sunday in Lawtey at the home When it is considered that freighton tions are that a till greater decreasein to say of them. Their sterling quali-

c Glory be, a change has come, and gest in Spokane, Washington, in pre- of Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett.Mr. brick and other road material will costs will have come, and the rela- .. ties will be extolled, and their faults

the wheels are moving I-Manufactur- I prohibition days, has been convertedinto and Mrs. W E. Torode were be much greater laid down in Pinellaa tive drop shown by the average of the will be overlooked or forgotten.

'ers Record. I a pure food manufacturing estab visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. county than It was in Orlando, these Orange county bids and the Pinellas That is the way of the world.

i lishment. Charles II. Shinkle, con Mrs. Ted Lewis returned to her comparative figures are extremely county bids will at least be duplicatedfor But it might be different. We might

t Every man wants his neighbors toI I sulting engineer, who superintended home in Brooker last week, after via gratifying. this county.The commend their good qualities while

be perfect. It leaves that much more I the arrangements for the new fac iting her parents here for two weeks. The lowest bid received in the Orange bids for the Orange county pro- they are still here to reap the bene

devilment for him to absorb himself. tory is reported to have said that upon W. H. Burt was transacting busi- county bidding was $2.40'per I ject as shown by the county road department fits of that commendation.,

the completion of Its plant, the InlandlodUctl ness in Baldwin Thursday. square yard, and that bid got the con- engineer's tabulation sent A kind word means much to those

It's chatter when it leaves the Co., as it is now known, will M. L. Loadholti of Jacksonville, tract for project No. 4. The lowest to the bidding contractors, were as who are striving: to do right. It en

tongue and scandal when it reaches "he able to manufacture just as good spent Sunday with his family here. bid received by Pinellas county was follows: courages them to remain steadfast in

other people's ears. fruit juices, catsup, chili sauce, maple Joe Marr, of Stark, was a visitor $2.53, which, when freight is considered Lasly Bros. and Harvey, $2.40 per their laudable undertakings to per-

t I J syrup and other products as the Im- here Sunday. brings the two bids almost to a square yard; Fish BI'Oo8., $2.75; J. Y. severe in the path of honor, and to extend -

r, Only DIM "BROMO QUININB" ported articles now being, brought I Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe of Mac- level. Wilson, $2.48; James G. Yeats $2.63; a helping hand to others who

To .et t*. retrain' ..oil for fall urn*. LAXA from the east. At the same time a clenny, visited relatives in Lawtey tho There were seven bidders on the F. W. Long & Co., $2.56; W. H. Ken- need aid or enlightenment.Say
I.ookfor.' saving, will be effected in the
tlVKBHOMOQUININK. lKn lur x freightto
*.W.Gaov f. Curt* .Caitlin OB D.". Stop firs tof the week.P. Orange county work. There were several drick, $Z.50; Georgia Engineering Co., it to them in life. They can'thear
.Di .h and h .d.ch.. .nU wirfcoff "old. :3JcJ. and from the Atlantic seaboard, and L. Dinkins, of Jacksonville, spent : on the Pinellas county work. The $2.57.-Tampa Tribune. you when dead.



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MAY! 26. 1922. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK KLORIOA PAGE THRKBBBBBSTBUlfflH ;

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ill mm .... .UJ\IJURIII".c.- I.u.. ....nKWI mcnmr! CATASTROPHE OPENS THE composed of the Richmond and Nor-

1 II I'GE.T RICHMOND: folk butteries, was assembling. his battalion -
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphsarewvrrs..men I II I II II in preparation for the pageant

.... parade
+.wnm+
I I
Commander of Battalion\ Falls From
HIM Home Dead time chief prohation officer with
[[y ye State NewsTold cigarettes the juvenile and domestic court of

Richmond, und was widely known in
Richmond, Va., May 22.: -As a salute '
the city and state. Ills death came
eV boomed from a cannon following
by Our Exchanges. as a shock to members of his .batta
the coronation ceremonies here todayin
lion.
......"""", .. ...... n.n .._,. ......rnm """"mm'llW ii pageant, Governor Trinklo'n Shortly after the Howitzer com
'MrLaI<.e county watermelons are nov of Florida Baptist convention in the horse became frightened and ran away mander died, the cannon had boomed a

rollinu/ to market in good quantities past three years according to report: I with him knocking down six members salute to the pageant queen frightening V

and they are bringing good prices. Th received by members of the denomi I 1u of the Washington naval band of Governor Trinkle's horse.

first carload shipments from Euatia nation. Of this amount $569,168.2( Hampton Roads, and seriously injuring --

brought $900 a car. has been credited to the $1,000,000 of one of the members. The governor TIIKUKSSAThoressa
which the Baptists of the state hay. u was unhurt.

Florida now ships on an average pledged to give during a period of five Commander Falls Dead May 2B..-Mrs. Adams of

of on car of produce every eight minutes years of which two years remain. At about the same time the gover! Hampton Beach, was a visitor here
in the year. Only about one 1.
Saturday
nor's horse ran Capt. James
eighth ofthe land in the state suitablefor Wednesday a--;; noon hour Mr. Polland commander away of the Richmond Mr. and Mrs Sim Holder and children -

farming is under cultivation. Cooke, who has been working with I Howitzers in another part of the pageant I motored to !Melrose Sunday

Bayles & Son Brooksville baseball procession, fell dead! from his H, F:. Moorer! was in Pulatka on

Thn output of the Bayles Bat Company bat manufacturers, while felling t a I A year agoalmost horse He was said,! to have died of business Siiturday.Mr. .

of Brooknville within the next large tree in the Annutlnggu Hammock heart disease. Harris and family visited their
rwclve months is estimated at 10<>,001 Mrs. Joe Starkn
had the misfortune of letting a unknown duuirhtpr, Johns near
John Tate a saxophonist, wu immediately -
with possible increaser
bats a
baseball ,
tree fall on him, thereby causing instant Sunday
that quantity of 50 per cent. death. Those standing by carried to a hospital, whcrothe J. I.. King & Company have purchusud -
were
.
extent of his injuries in not yet
unable to render assistance and l nothing Today a leader determined.At !. what Is known at the old! Turn
1'Y; test Turnipseed former cashierif could be done to save him. Dixon place in Thoressn and has hadit
the sound of the first of the :
Citizens' Bank of Dunnellon,, guns
tie
< surveyed und cut up in town lots.
pleaded guilty to a charge of embez- I the governor's mount began to prance The lots will be Hold at auction in the
of the bank's whten A herd of eighteen hogs, all drunk I and! how rc-Htiveness The governor
sling $6,000 money ,from eating "mash" led to the dis.'ov-I A verdict for near fiituio
.arraigned in circuit court at Ocala I sweeping QUALITYwell however had the horse closely reinedit Cecil Maitre was visiting friends in
sentenced to three inir,,. ery of a moonshine still on the farm I Ii and it deemed he would bo able to
and 1 was yearn HumptorT !Sunday.'
i of J. T. Gosselm near Dude! City; on hold it. But in an instant the animal
onment. C. A. Younghlood transacting
pr wan
1 Monday Investigation to learn the I made a tremendous plunge mid thereafter !-
business in Stnrko Saturday.
source of supply of the swine's juzii 1 the rider was helpless, although h
,
fan-
should
tomatoes bring
uban well directed load into the amphibian'shead : gent hotel in New York ul)1 Johnnie\ Williamson of Lulu, was:
rations, led to the discovery of a 75- can put several times he seemed to have regained
prices in this country. Those Cuban I( 1.-1 the guest; at the home of Mr and !Mrs
Port There
the to comfortably overnight
Towing
gallon still and a fifteen gallon "blub carcass are control. The booming of nn-
and last
careless
packers are very her" for doubling the liquor HP was Tampa it was carried! to the Honda 215 staterooms 472 of which' arcfirst other gun teirified the* horse :M, Hull Sunday
week a carload of tomatoes were re- I iron Lei1, of Baldwin) passed thru
arrested at it a. ni., and nt 2:15: p. m, building where the specimen was class most of them being/ nt (least us In the line ahead of the govomoi
,, Key West and one hundred Lake !Side'
'\ci at hero last week enroute to
wl'ij.thIt\ registered : pounds luxurious the in the incut
that day was fined $400 and costs or 1,521 as rooms wall the bund '
.and fifty crates proved to be hifrh six months in the Puaeo county jail. I being more than 100 pounds heavier exclusive. hotels In the second cabin i At the corner of Tight! und Trunk to visit his parents.
.'ituss! red liquor. 1 IJememher preaching lit t the Baptist
than other manatee ever caught there arc 212 staterooms in tIthir.1
h; I| any ; tin streets, the terrified animal plunged -
I "' und weighed in that locality. I 561 Every: room has electric lilhtM.I I into the bandsmen. Homo of whom church next Saturday and Sunday.
More than 'fiOO
() tank have been
Lumber cars
1 rne large mill of the Branford! ICverjbody: ,! welcome.
I
15,000( bulbs hl'inj.tIII'd!! I und
at this place was totally assembled nt Peuiatola to take n I I were struck to the ground seemingly -
Company i The street work in Mt Dora bun all Most of the huge liners now sailing i trampled A shiver of
large shipment of whale oil upon.
u destroyed by fire which started in the now en- Virtue wins its own reward, but it
been completed at the present time the seas are built around the ('n/.fin"II.1 I horror ran through the packed, muss
route to that point to northern markets
hciler./ room of the mill about 3 o'clockin ultra a microscope to find
th> afternoon. The loss is cstimut- The shipment is being carried)' with the exception of one or two of I That is, they are built in such a wuy I of people on the sidewalk, Ahead! of\ it. requires\

lit approximately $100,000 pnrtml- in three steamships. A duty of five the streets that are now being worked that dining rooms, quarters, even the the bund at Seventh street the Huh r
on. The contractor, engineer and stairs tire made secondary to the* engine I mond Howitzers with their heavj;
;\ covered by insurance.The cents per gallon is to he collected by I Two can never live uw cheaply aspee
the government and the loading of the crew of workmen found recently room On the !Majestic it is the I equipment of rolling gun carriages. though many lint it nl''elfsury-
,,
that had been using an excessive reverse. All stairs are on the side of burred the way and the governor managed u
oil drillers have a "fishing" john the oil from the ships to the cars will tJ'i'.V to do so,
their hands in Oldimur. well No.1. be under the supervision of customs supply of water which resulted in an I I the whip. Ihe smokentac and ventilators to stop the horse und furthei -. 1
,
< I enormous figure on their water meter are built along the .sides, connecting danger was averted Governor Trmklo -
steel cable and left inspectors
The heavy parted TJie mutter, which puzzled them ; in air Bpac-os at the top of the tried to warn the people in the
feet of the big steel
about 1,600 rope I
was investigated, and it was proven elevator\ shafts on the emergency boat street ahead of him as the horse KO!
1886
stem und drill bit Discovery at the last minute that
the lonjdrill
with
;\ that a citizen of great prominence had decks l Thus the center of the ship is beyond his {control holding hiM ham
the bottom of the eight-inch/ well 'an important witness hud 1 left th" I
at waterline for given over to parlor, dining and aloud
fall tapped their| temporary room high in the air shouting
half-mile] below the state and would not return until
hang nearly u the purpose of watering his many orange i dance floor, HWimnnng pools, and libraries It wan Hind that -theli'irnl! instru!
resulted in the state attorney making
.u i i"f re.I'1e takenup without oh8truction. mc-iitK'wero damaged to the extent or
The matter
/grows was '
the motion that the trial of !Mrs A. DAVISINSURANCE
by the ,construction company and i Right: Kitchens $rlIo.)(> A member of the .-rovcMiior'istair \
the murder
of watermelonsin R.: Shields, charged with
first shipment city officials and will doubtless resultin I There are eight kitchens on the informed the bandmaster 'Ivi
14 of five of her husband, Wm A, Shields near I.I
Ic five WilliHton, consisting a lawsuit, Majestic and a number of special dining the damage would bo paid fo"t I:
the of February 0 I be ,
PeLund night ,
i carloads, left the other day. They rooms. In the third class thereare ;untnin Pollard, acting major t ir, :
brought a big price at the station. continued until the fall term. Counsel! : purely orthodox kosher kitchens, command of thu artillery battalion, :

.' This Is the earliest that watermelons that for for the immediate defense trial protested and asked WHITE\ STAR LINER : where such food can l le prepared scilc'ly ;1
from point
were ever shipped for the use of Jewish passengers, i.oldt: '; IUHO Uri[>unit .u.UJ
t.
It
i i WIll lton will now ship from five to There is also] u Ia carte dining room LAXATIVE:UKOMO CIUININE Tibiou, mninv ," twenty carloads each day for the balance "Ed" Scott us first chairman of the MAJESTIC a new departure in service on the I rouno. Thitro I* ouly MUI M-nmn Clnlnlr'' STARKE ::

r, a "of the season. state road department will be ineniorahzed ,, ocean. C. W.GROVE'S!: UniiniM aattnx." ask,. ,

by the erection of n bridge G,

',\ TIll department of Florida United' across the Suwunnco iver, n'ur'hitr DOCKS IN N. Y.K 1'11'i: :MII.I: r t! ''x'1WnaeWwrDellWaf111lgiKtghn1 (

Spa nsh War Veterans, will hold a Springs! The bridge will he dedicatedas ? COFFINS & ; usl.KUU11 i

ichvention in St. Augustine on July I the Scott Memorial bridge, and u I Five Mile, !\IllY' 2iJ.--Mi', C'lu>ton,, ;

:t l-fi An excellent program of entertainment tablet bearing the following inscription of Santa Ft1, was a business visitor. Tired"I And Full Line of 1 I ,C I.UnJerl
will fill in the hours! not de- will be placed thereon: "In recognition I Wtt.EST; : SHIP IN TIIK UOIM.D here Saturday /oera' Supplies \

mar led by the business. sessions and of the able and! selfsacrificing -WAS FOUMKKLY THE CEK- 51 r. and Mis" P. P, Di-kle, Mr and .la'.la'relates 1AUTOMOBILE

the Glorious Fourth will be tfppropriatelj devotion to duty this bridge l U :MAN LINER: ItlSMAUCK: Mrs! H .... honey and! L,, G Johnson was weak and run-down, HEARSE!
AI.. hand. The beat .. *
on .r..ke
number of the state road department 1
observed, A large dedicated by attended the trustees association at Mrs. Eula Burnett, .
of the New York ]&! The liner Majestic at the lowest prices. 8p -
delegates are expected. of Florida to the memory May Lake Butler Saturday. There were iI Dalton. Ca. "I wall thin ctJ attention to telegraph or.

first chairman Honorable Ed Scott, the world's largest ship, made !several Inspiring talks und the trustees just folt tired all the' time. ... Registered Embalmer. J.j I

':: Fir the last twelve days tomato July] 4, 1922":! ', her triumphal entry into New York were greatly encouraged to work E I didn't rent well. I wasn't

shipments from Palmetto have aver- """"""* harbor today completing her maiden for the betterment of their school hungry I knew, by DeWTIT JONES "

t ageil: 100 cars a day; that is, in that Pensacola police are trying to solve voyage across the Atlantic. Three Mesdunics! I'. I'. Dfklo and J. I.. I needed a tonic and I C. ;

period a few more than 1200 solid cars the mysterious death of Chanter Gnn- tugs currying White Star line officials Simpson Misnes! Llzu DukvH and Ger- I.nr I I. none better than- STARKE Fl AdelAt41at5bdWt6lCifpNOlGIIItplptp q; 'J J

of tomatoes have been shipped from nell whose body was found just beyond the polke.bout John F. Hylun, trudo Parrish were guests of Mr. and 1 : \ markets. the' western city limits. Joe with a bund a United States shipping .
Palmetto to the northern Mrs. lilunie Sunday. 1 '
The price is said to have averaged: Furstral, taxi driver is under arrest, board tug and several other boat, met Oren Dekle spent Sunday in Lake ASPIRINName

uroimd $1,500 per car. and the coroner has empanelled a jury the new empress of the seas at quar- Duller with relatives. KAflDUI I IThe ;,

to investigate the cape Grinnell has antine and welcomed the giant craft Misses Lucille and! Elinor Varnex

A pretty sight greeted the eye on been missing since' last Friday afternoon with a salvo of blowing whistles. Thu of Sumner, are visiting relatives and "Bayer" on Genuine c ,

the water front of Fernnndma Mon at an early hour. Ground about former German vessel, now the prop- friends here. ,

day 'morning, as four ships abreast in the spot where his body was found erty ol the White Star line steamed j G W Spires und J. I 10. Johnson, Jr., Tonic o "
Women's
the channel and none of them were of showed signs of a terrific struggle. proudly down the harbor to her dockIng were interviewing our folks In the interests u '"

ligrl: draft. Two liners were going Grinnell's neck was broken and a pistol place, where she discharged her of their candidacy lust week.

out and two were coming in for phos- bullet had penetrated his head. first passengers including a numberof j Dewey! Duke und sister Minn Mae I began < Ring Cardul." ,

pha,*. Fernandina has the finest harbor distinguished,personages. Ardell [)Drawdy Raymond Hewitt and eontlnues M i, Burnett.
South Atlanticcoat A commercial seaplane recentlymade Giants May: Race visitors to Luke ..:\
of any\ port on the Math Dukes were "After my fit bottle I sleptI
the journey from Key West to The Majestic, "which Is of 58,000! I took ,.It
t.After. Butler Saturday.The better ana ate i ttter. '
-- Fort Myers in two hours and four tons displacement, is not only the largest dance at the home of Mr. and four bottlon. I I' ow I'm well, I .,'

I taking two diamond stickpins minutes. The plane left Key Westat but probably the speediest boats Mrs. F .R. Drawdy last Thursdayevening I feel Just fine at and sleep

'1 from the "Palace" a Tampa pawnshop 5:02: in the morning and alighted now afloat, She has a record of 25 was well attended.We 1 my skin Is ilea: and I hare I Take \mf\tm only &*told ia each p ck.
Monday afternoon forced on the surface of the Caloosahatchee knots an hour and her engines are still had a much appreciated shower pIned and su e feel that HUH. uf giriiiina llavnr Tablet of Anp-irtn.

r" tie, a clerk negro in the store to let him es- river at 7:06. The machine, which stiff. When they limber up, her officers last' Wednesday evening(' which helped! I Cardul Is the brit tonlo_e.n'I I sail'JJfn.s.4l"you will wnrkw bo following! out by the phyiiabtaej direction* I

: caper by drawing a revolver on him, contained three-airmen, came up the and officials of the line believe the growing crops. Most of our farmers made." luring 21 years, and pruml sate by mU- '
aC and then eluded police and citizens coast to the mouth of the Caloosa- she will make at least four more knots are laying by anti many of them I Thousands of other women ,I linn, Take no ohancee with eubitltutee.If .

who chased him through the streets. hatchee and turning the nose of the and during her summer runs eclipsethe making preparation* for netting out bare found Ca dill Just as I I /nil, wo the Ilitynr Oroie on tiblnta. 1
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vim can take thorn without fuse far
During the chase the negro fired three big plane to the right, flew to Fort trans-Atlantic record new held by strawberries Quite an I increase in I Mrs. Burnett did It should tblds. llnulnrhx' Neuralgia Rheumatism

J' shot at his pursuers, all of which Myers, making the trip most of the the Mauretania. Probably the first acreage of this lucrative crop is pro- belp you. I F'.riu4ii>, T>.rt.hiwhft, Ltimhugo and*for
altitude of about 1,000 week in August, when the Mauretania for all U. I'"in. handy r tin taxis of twelve tablotet
marks. at an mined next season. At druggt:
!) wild of their way
wen
rot few rent. fniggiata Kiwi sell! lurgoriMiHcnwii
lie coming this. way and the Majestic F. L. Drawdy spent I iii I
feet. Mr. and Mrs.
Aspirin 1. the trivia mark of
'"1 After enjoying life and the privileges is Europe bound, the two giants will Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. R. oII I layer M..nllf".I1. of Monoiui'ticiu'l'iMtrr -

cl a free man for more than five Flint rock in probably the largest race. By that time, officials of the I: Glover. Mr. Drawdy has been suffering \.B7 1 of Hnlicjlleadd.Rln .

Albert II. Hall, alias Roland quantities ever unearthed in the state Majestic think, her great oil burner : with rheumatism and his friends -
years,
Hall sentenced to 25 years in the has been found at Brooksville. That and her giant turbines, each weighing are glad to see him out again.
was by Judge Jones in CircuitCourt the size of the deposit may prove to 375 tons, will drive her at top speed, Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake .

penitentiary at Panama City, for the killing equal any similar deposits in the I i somewhere in the vicinity of 28 knots When a girl wants to marry she immediately lf you order your fertill. I
the results of the fact without getting new price: lists Just Issued. Plentyof
at Fountain, Fla., on country, is indicated by In hour. begins to deny zer our
of Vvl. L Dubose
of the Sea. I German Materials shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, IBsectlcides .
the of Feb. 251917. drilling done by engineers | The Majestic, even as a prompt
right board, who recently sank shafts to a I whip before the war never,,made a pas Speak a good word for yourself oc Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

Tl,e Florida potato season has practicalty depth of forty feet without reachingthe :; senger voyae. She had been built casionally. Someone may believe it. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

ended, with more than 5,000 limit of the first stratum. Development -| in Germany as the Bismarck, laid up JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
Of the total of the Seaboard are en- in Hamburg during the war and then Never \give free advice. The other
cars having. been shipped. agents Get NEW March, 192%, reduced price >U before haying.
timber of shipments nearly 2,000 thusiastic over the llnd,pointing out sold to England by the reparations fellow values it according to its price.A -

cars have gone from Hastings alone. that the value of the rock for use as commission. She was then convertedinto -

The season has been a heavy one, the ballast on road beds ia enormous. an oil burner, made more luxurious still tongue is not always a wise
and renamed the Majestic.. Sometimes the judge consider
yield being doubled that of last year one. GENERAL INSURANCE'HAROLD
and one of the largest ever producedin Monday afternoon a' party of men heaviest Boat it contempt of court,

Florida. went to look over their nets in Tampa Loaded as she was today on her M C. WALL
Bay On pulling the nets toward maiden voyage, the Majestic weighed Keep your troubles to yourself ami

Contributions-of $625,000 have been the boat a giant manatee rose to the close to 64,000 tons. Wit qhe pai-* others will'not be so apt to load, theirson "

given iby Florida Baptists to the fund surface and giving battle, upset the sengers, crew, oil, stores, supplies you STARKE, FLORIDA
the raft she the B W** """ ""*
The men scrambled to baggage and mail, becomes MWM
-To Cold In One Day boat.beside the net, a safety device for just heaviest boat" in the crossAtlanticservice. The national senate Is a dignified FIRE.l LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

T.k. tkXATlVE Cur. BROMO a QUININE\!: Tehlete} .. |such a purpose, and grabbing a shotgun The liner can accommodate body of dignified gentlemen who are

Cold atnp.the. r W.Couyh GROVE'and,Ii,.1.-.: :=-and o0 eaca woke box.eC 3G.h., put an end to the battle with a 4,100 passengers, morevthan the lar- too dignified to lose their dignity. e

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PAGE FOUR .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. aTARKR. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1922.
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tgi Bradford County Telegraph THE BOND LIGHT ISSUE ANn FOIt WATER REBUILDING PLANTOn I they want to saddle themselves with I joint debate that no bill bearing his ing to discuss the attempt on the life I Iof Bradford county. F. L .TURNEH-

this $36,000 indebtedness with no as- name had passed Congress since he of the mayor and to offer rewards : I tako this method of ,
-.-..-.-- ---... announcing rovotjTn
!ll -- surance of cheaper rates for lights, has been senator. No senator for a I which will probably total $15,000( for I of Bradford county that I am n iji I
Published weekly and entered as next Thursday June I 1st, the water and Ice. ; ditto for Ri-pronentjel Group 2, .nbjtho ...
second term who defeated[ an abler arrest, with evidence to convict, of will of the people a Uho I '
M4Il second class matter at the post property owners of Starke will be It is a fact that we can have a municipal senator for a second term I the guilty parties.On I crallo primary eli-ctlon to lie,: "hi'd:: on .1m : ,
asked to vote the of I It him long horn my ambition to Kcnrmi ,,, .
i1lI office at Starke Florida.' on question bonding plant combining; the three, If tux-paying voters prefer a pro- April 21, City Manager Hinkle county In the legIslators and tlt.1p'n ",
the town for $30,000 for rebuilding for less than the bond I. I will put forward every .. ; :. .
proposed issue fessional
politician and office-holder, was attacked by three unknown men beet Interests of county enl' ntntr.
iI1 E. a. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner the present light and water plant. for a light,: and water plant alone, and Trnmnu-ll will get their votes. If they and struck over the head with a blunt T. M. PINIfOLSTl.ppupnvtsoa .'

With this sum it is proponed to junk here's how : I I prefer a plain business men who will instrument. Letters threatening his FOR OF REGISTRATION
Ift ItKOOKEKBrookor the present plnnt and change,: the direct 1 hereby announce that I am a can. .
I Starke's municipal plant is NOT obsolete do what he thinks to he right and life unless he left the city were received for -t'loction to the office' of Suppr* ,

; current system to alternating as so many persist in saying.! just regardless of his political fate, by Hinkle previous to the at- Rittlntrfitkm During the ...v.rRI0.1'< t
current. The I have held the office very few noophhiH'n .
May 2(3.( -Rev. Joyner of present plan is to buy ,I It is in bad shape true but only from they will vote for GilcVist. Gilchrist tack. On April 22, Mayor Dimon received tlrprlvpd of their ritiht to volpiintint ,"
Dukes, will till regular appointment two complete generating units one I of errors In the books. It I am n>. 1, -.
for i neglect. Very little has been done has his own convictions Trammell an anonymous letter threatening I, ...eI I I ahnll continue to vivo my boit off",'
next Sntunluy ami Sunday at the day power and lighting service I the has those he thinks ward Boeing that the books are rorivotlv.
past few belong to the bandwagon
I the other for the heavier night i years to keep the qquip-: both his life and that of Hinkle C. A. KNK.n; ,
Fix-o Will
; Buptist I i mont in !good shape, as had been done crowd. unless the latter was discharged.
Several from hero attended the I pure-hasp motor driven machineryto I I I hirfby announce mvsclf a t'ltndlclnt4.. tp.rvl.or
picnic -
take the of the previously, due in large degree to lack Give politics a vacation-Vote for Several other similar communications of rvKfetratlon of Bradford. ,.a. r rBuhtcct ,
at Worthington Thursday. place present steam of funds during,: period when .-Adv. received. The to the will of the Domiiaratlo.,..
a
were city
commission -
pumping machinery install fuel sup- I snld county at the primary election tn hi.limn '
David Shores, of Ft. Otflfhorpe, ( a., ranks for plies were almost out of reach. Is offered a reward of $2,000 flth. C. n. 8APP
the
spent last week' here with relatives. for engines building pipelines there any Dane reason for junking' a THE KILIJOYS for arrest and evide/ice to convict ninkle's MEMBER SCHOOL' HOARD DISTRICT!! N.

Mrs. P. M. IlHrcfuot and daughter) transferring the oil from the plant Sufficiently large to assailants while the At the solicitation of many cltlxona I "Mrnnnnunco I,
railway siding to the storage tanks, supply city county mynelf a candidate, for re-elorti, .,.
Inez nn wire for .
new street servicelines I 1. If re-olocted I shall continue to glv,
: ,I at Plant City. returned home< Friday and lighting I. next 20 years when it can be rebuilt that glitter s in the sun, and he's a for arrest and evidence to coVivict authors beet ."fforts to the dulira of thp. oflricpL. t'
power circuit
f meters
I 1 afternoon. the installation and labor costs / to give efficient service for less than proud and happy .('USA. whene'er he of the anonymous letters.A W. KICKLITER

, Fred Ilazen who i Is employed, by for the plant and, one-third the cost of a new plnnt? I makes it run. And we might make MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT \ .
the
,} I the Seaboard Air Line, hits gone to venture to say rewiring there is no town.I one using I The present plant conists of three him gladder fee! if we would but be man is as old as he feels, but often of I Doard nm a of cnnflidato Puhllo for Imtructlon the office,! from of M.dl*.
I Dallas, Fin., where he will work during the light and water service of the direct current dynamos, either one or I kind and hand him out the sort of not as young as he acts. No.2.!Stnrke! solicit South the support snit. Thi-renaa of the voli-i I tHpnctfully

I'' ( the shipping,: season. municipal plant who would 1 both of the smaller ones will supply spiel that soothes the voter's mind. tho dmtrict., at the emulnit primary ... I IvlvcUil .
not welcome -
: I I L. A. Brown and son, Artford, were a bond issue for rebuilding,: the the power needed during the day, and I Alas. we are not built that way we're Be of good cheer and you may soon I: I iiromlH. faithful and L efficient J. WYNN.HITM.

; I in Hampton Friday afternoon. there is always stingy with such talk and when be cheering.The .
\ plant if they were assured of a lower a unit in reserve. Th> we MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-DISTRICT N.i :
''I Guy Pinholster and Clyde Ward of rate that would more than offset the dynamos could be rebuilt if necessary, see a neighbor gay, our impulse is to I hereby announce. myself a candldats. fur
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t II Jacksonville, are here for a few days increase in taxes necessary to retire from the frame up by electrical engineers knock. And so, on slow and dragging value of a family tree depends School plMtinn Board to of the Bradford office of county.mom District"".1' ,of 'ut.

visit with relatives limbs which upon the quality of its branches. A. subject. to the Dnmnerntlo yot.... st "").
the $36,000 bond at a trifle compared with the wearily we ply, we
.7 issue, but the question Jun.. primary. If re-elected I promise ,.,1'"'
Mr. of cost of push ourselves to Neighbor Jim's ... tho .. 1 have ondcax. *
S Priest Hampton was transacting is-Can the town put In this new alternating (generators. and .>lce In future ( j.<

business in our town Tuexdny. plant for the amount they can bond i I j New boilers could be installed equip- try to make him cry. We view his Hot air finds quick lodgment in the to render In the past. A.Very A.tniljr.H-W.EN!:

Mrs. Jno. Surrency and little daughter for and operate it for a lesser rate I j I poll with oil burners motors could car and shake our heads anil look depressed empty hL'lId.Millions aT tube thin method of announcing that 1 >.

Maxine, of Graham spent Sunday than Is now being charged ? 'I take the place of the *tea m pumps and 'and say "It's all done up in a cnndldiite, for Member of tho School It-

; i here at the home of her parents, Mr. It Is a gamble; the rates arc just I compressors the storage tanks for oil blacks and reds, and! makes a brave of people talk, about hell of for our DlKtrlPt public No.achool S. system I.m for nntt the. lust upbiillrtin and ,.

) and Mrs. R. F. Osteon. at likely to advance again all to de '. and the pipelines could be ('onRtruel-j I display; but ginger bread and paint without knowing a darned thing about tho the time.coming I solicit primary the .support'ctlon and of thr If ,1.\l.,.,r i.nt i..

Sarah Kelly, of Nlw River 1st vis- crease. ed, all for lens than of and brass don't make a worthy van; it. will try to prove myst-lf worthy of votir <.".

lUng at the home of her sister :Mrs. No one, unlc-HH they feel they nr $:IOOO.! There would bo no f> th"j[I I'I your car will never cut much grass denre. CHESLEY "'0';(;

: A. A. llaxen. practically compelled to do so, willi j I I rewiring of the town buying of met-I i the make's an also ran. They sny its Cut your visits short and your I FOR take cOMMIRSIONER-DJSTI1ICT this method -announcing No.U, :,

I. W. Pinholster niaile a trip to New I pay the present rule for lights and i ers globes antI equipment now in useI -. I pistons are of wood its springs won't friends will not cut you. Cot ra of CnmmiMUlnnpr'l Dintrict No. :2 inn'
I I' bear _ ____ I nm a candldnto. for ro-plertlon. If honor, .
I its
For its
weight
Uiver Sunday morning.AIi water. If the ,rates were "('ut In half power and lighting direct eur- generator in no strain with your cholco 1 promise carpfu .i

s Annie McI.enllIpent, the wcplcend they would i still be higher than a great !'I rnt !has no equal. If our present 220: ( good its frame is out of date. You Some people are not led astray by faithful 1 attention to my .duties.J. M. UROWNLBh. !:

with relatives in Gainesville. number of our citizens would feel ..instifieil i Volt direct' current system- !I.. "hM..t.' ._ |I might have bought, at smaller price a temptation. They follow blindly. -

i Van Cone hpent the wt-i'k-en
Alachua. supplying a day service that would i current. Philadelphia ;\' agocompleted ,; asked our advice, you'd have u better Season for ReJolclna.IUghteou..neKI4 !SlarkfO.. anil promlff, if elected. to dlnchaitho
dialed or thn office to the bent of
Mrs. M. C. Pinholater of Jackson- pay operating costs! if a power rate a number of new substations car. And so, in our poor foolish tried liy adversity has fly, and to work faithfully for the welfare mv At>< '
but good grounds. for fli>olifr In Its HIM'row tho dltrlet.The, support of the voters to. .
of j to supply 220 volt direct way- we are human (ruvs-we at
Die more than I 5 cents kilowatt (;ur&'cntIt"
i Is spending: this week with relatives a was -0..1 onnuing primary In reepfetfully fioliritcdL. ( .
here. charged. To secure users of electricity power users. Jacksonville! today) try to spoil our neighbor's Jay, and R, EDWARDS

for power purposes a rate must hgiven i ill furnishing direct current for use in turn his grins to sighs. We're always FOR OlltMISSIONER-DISTRICT No. J
Miss Kdnu( Ilaxter left Monday afternoon tricks Influence on Character.In I hereby that I
them the industrial plants elevator motors doing like these and low( down announce am 4l enmlldm
for Jacksonville. that will be cheaper or u* the molding of character for County Comminsinnt-r. Dlntriet No. S.
where she nothing/
cheap at kerosene and! crude oil en- |i I etc., and you will find it HO in every I I tricks they are; and Jackson shudders matters so mueh Influence.. hove served. as n member of the Hoard In I will visit us It Is
her T. J. and willing to be
brother
Baxter pant am judirnd by my nord.
and other relatives. gines. I i city of any size. Direct current 1 is far when he sees the bunch approach the heart of all education, the Inner If elected. this time, I promise thecsrefl Ban: i,

Could the town operate the new i, more efficient and economical than alternating [his car.-Walt Ma.son. secret of homo mill ciC school. More i, tics that and I "conscientious.v. In the. put.attention to my duI

Lola Mae Cason spent the weekend plant for 2J hours for what it is now i,' current for power; equally r I than any wit or genius! Is the value 1. L. UNDERBILL

in LaCronse.Mm. costing the town to operate for 12'I', as /good for lighting, nnd it is used jn : DEALKRS IN NARCOTICS there of wimple! goodness, "moral I I I am a candidate-for County CommUsioni,
Oxteen, of high Springs in I MLST thought: fulness." Surround' for Il,trlct No. 8. and respectfully solicit/
hours-at a loss ? Granting it couldbe preference to alternating current' PAY TAX BY JULY 1 I u life with
the
support of the voters at the primary doe
here visiting her mother Mrs. Emily done with a more efficient plant I'I wherever it can be obtained. I Its rays: and tllI"lIl.llIt jroodncsi' will not I. tion to be held June 6th. If elected 1 I pledge
t Ar.hi.tt. Wholesalers Retailers Doctors toil to cows to )1.I-th myself. to give careful attention to my dtitirs,
The
the revenue derived from consumers one and only advantage alternating And I 8 J. PRE8COTT
Mrs. Hunt and son, of Jacksonville, would have to be'the same n
spent Monday here. I ceived and that would mean one of ,|, the ease with which it can be trans To Remove the Mote. I COUNTY I hereby COMatlSBlONKB announce myself; -DISTRICT as a candids'No., ,'.
Iva Colson and Greene of Collector of Internal When traveling one should for County, Commissioner
Roy Pine two mitted for almost unlimited distances Revenue D. T. ulwayt for District No. v I
things: The number of
consumers New River ,
I ) and
bear respectfully Solicit the
In mind that cinders support I
Hill!, have entered the normal here. of electricity and water would I because of its high voltage; direct current Gerow advises that forms 678 and 713 /had are apt to of the voters" at the coming/ primary. If
The their way Into the eyes. AD eye nominated. and elected I rom""' faithful service
friends of Mrs. L. A. are being mailed to all
many I have to be practically doubled if the i| seldom exceeds 500 volts and can- I doctors, dentists cup, a lotion for bathing anti tew6ass.1 and unremitting attention to the.I..
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Brown are !Clad\ to learn she is improving not be carried distances veterinarians hospitals and of the dlatrlct and the duties of the office.D. .
long for that retail -
e rates were cut or the rates would reI I I should he Included, In your W. KELLY.
from her illness. main as they are, for the present us-I) runson. III I II and wholesale dealers in narcotics package. A boruclc foul solution will -

A Mrs. G. IX Colson and son, Resale For day service in [ who are now registered in the office of be found soothing for t hereby announce that I am a candidate
ers of lights and water would not consume -II I power Starke the eyes that are In for re-election to the offie of County Com
were on the sick list last week.A one-third, if that more than present direct current system is better II the collector of internal revenue at flamed from hint, Wind or foreign matt miwiinner for District No. 6. 1 respt><.tfuHv ,.

fish fry will be given the members they now use if they had the advantage than the most expensive alternating Jacksonville that they should be filled \t'r. solicit promise the support careful of) the anil voters conscientious of the districtand alto' ;.

i of the H. Y. 1' U. Friday might current plant that out in full and returned with the tlon to my duties, if I am re-elected. I ..ollci'a
of lower rll rN! and day service. can be purchased., proper cnrefui InveMtiKStlon of my rtM-ord as yoifrommiHsloner
at the Ward Ford. All members' are Besides! the chance of having the Direct current motors are less expensive remittance at once. Failure to and am willing. to be judged, by
I The Author's Pe the record.. H. P. OAINEV.a .
J cordially invited.D. rates remain as they are, there is no to purchase and cheaper to operate pay tax hefofe July 1 entails a penaltyof Philip CurttsM, nuthor t. .- -- .
of the
F. Connelly of Cooter Pond, was guarantee the plant can be installed because of less current consumed. I I II 25 per cent of the tax, and in case ,I "Between Two \\Voi-lds" novel,

r here Sunday. and the hundreds of little ( ? ) expense Ice plants can be purchased at a I of those who have been delinquent : that though he like nil writers remarked net:"3

Prof. A. B. Shaw spent the weekend items paid with the amount we can 'cost of around $1,000 per ton capacity. previously, a fine will be imposed in contact with people of all klnd.s! there :

with his family In Gainesville. bond for-$36,000. Companies with For $15,000 a modern 10-ton ice and, I addition to the penalty. is just one cluss' to escape which be r lI
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Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Thomas, of electrical equipment or any other I Iproelut cold storage plant could be built anl'' The collector says thrcit he and his would rim u lulle. "The greatest pest -

Graham were here Saturday on bus 1- for that matter, to sell are ''equipped to run in connection with I deputies will do all they reasonablycan In a writer's life" suit Mr. Curtlsa S
I'I to assist all registrants in "Is the man who always SilVIO. 'if vn..
I
the
ness. prone to forget to mention many expensive light and water plant. Starke certainly complying dould
I R. W. Currency of Graham. spent "extras" that are sure to should provide a cold storage I with the provisions of the Harrison only write up /u thlog'tilllt'once

Tuesday here at the home of R. T. Os- come up after construction has begun.I plant for the farmers of Bradford Narcotic Act and a prompt response happened the greatest' to my un<'le. l It would muk' 25
story
you ever reail.)
L tecn. signed the petition presented our county for Starke owes its existence is expected. Experience has _. cent

Mrs. G. W. Hazen was called last city council asking for an election to to the agricultural section around it. shown that when the forms are laid

week to the bedside of her mother, be held and along with many others At present there is no plant In the aside to be attended to later they are I She "So Invisible Asset.
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Mrs. Mack of who is overlooked and the becomes you lire etigiigpd to MIst
Lewis Miami person
thought it was for a municipal I light county. Bag,. I'm I "
sure can't
seriously ill at this writing. water and ice plant. And as one taxpayer By operating the ice plant in connection all delinquent It is therefore urged that attractive about that woman.see anything" Lie-. Want Adwill :

Rex Thomas, of Cooter Pond! was expressed himself "1 would with its light and water service persons interested give the matter "Neither CUD I see If, but It's In the

here Saturday afternoon. I vote to bond for $50,000 or even $liO.000. ,- the town would derive a sufficient prompt attention upon receipt of the bank nil rl!!hc."-Boston, Transcript. ''I!

Sunday being; the birthday of I. W. provided it was for .the purposeof revenue from all to enable a real cut forms.

Pinholster ,a reunion was given at his building tin ice and cold storage in rates to be made. All three wouldbe Under the provisions of the regulations j Notice i Ia hereby NOTICE given that the unilentfKtlpd l sell a 1

home that the number of personal! checks cannot be accepted hna .been appointed ittlnriiniBtratrix> of the Es
the day being his seventy-sixth plant to operate in connection with the so cheap consumers tate of William( C. Powell rinwiwed, late of

birthday. Mr. Pin holster has friends light and water plant but I will vote would soon keep the plants and remittance. should be made Htarke.; Bradford: County. Flori ln, and! all
ereditom, It-irittoeH, dtatriliiltm-a. :
Ana heira
all over tjie county and op this ocean- against this bond \issue! because we running,: to capacity. by certified check Jacksonville or' New law and all parties havinir! claim or dt'mand nt" '
ion relief from the It remains for the to decide York exchange, or by money order. MirnlnKt Haid eHtnte will ........nl them to the
ill there was a large crowd present. will get no prices taxpayers undemfirned.. duly authenticated within the $$200 Horse, :
I the time ......orl..d. by law or. th.
A bountiful dinner was served which now charged for ice. To rid themselves question1 next Thursday.If forever barred.llaud name will bo

seemed to be pleasing to everyone's of the exorbitant charges made this election fails another election BOMB WRECKS HOME (W thin the 25th Iny of May A. D. 1922.

ii taste.;' by both municipal and private plantsfor I can be called which will make a mu. MAYOR OF COLUMBUS, GA. A. Z. ADKINS.FLORENCE E.AilrflinlHtmtrlx.POWELL. >

'. Those present on this occasion from water lights and ice, the taxpayers nicipal ice plant an assured fact. and --- Attorney for Entate.

other places were Messrs. Smiley and of Starke would go: the limit in the balance of the bond issue can be Opponents Government of Commission Form of POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. I or a

't Kirkland of Glenville Ga., Mrs. M. C, bonding for a municipal plant combining used> for putting,: the present plant in Held Responsible Announcement under this heading not ex.eeedlnv .

; Pinholster. Clyde Ward and Guy Pint the three. It can be done and shape to give efficient service.It one Inah In length (about 12 words)
Columbus Ga. May 21. Directed will be published from dat until the primary
t it holster of Jacksonville Mrs. L. L. it will not be necessary to bond to Is better to wait another year If election In June for IS parable at time of
by the chief of police and officials flrvt Insertion. I Car
county
$$1000
Thigpen and daughter. Muriel Mrs. our last cent to do so. Furthermore we must get another act through the a rigid Investigation is under !

Williams of Palatka Mrs. Priest qf there will be no question of whether legislature providing for a bond issue BTATK-B ATTORNEY

Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dukes the rates for lights and water can be for this specific purpose than to gam- which way here following a bomb explosion To Circuit the Demoaratla VoW,, -of Eighth Judicial [
wrecked the front of J.
Mrs: Stephens and Mrs. L. Godwin, cut in half; it will bea, question'' of 'ble on the uncertainty of cheaper ser Mayor! 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the ofHe .

of Alchu I. W. Pinholster of La- how much under half to set the figure. vice for lights and water alone. ** Homer Dimon's residence and shattered Circuit. of BtaU'a comprising Attorney Le",of.. the Alachua.Eighth Putnam Judicial or a
windows within the block this
Crosse. As to Ice, the town can sell the product OBSERVER. early Flagler Bradford. Union and Baker eonntle.
morning: but at a late hour tonight subject to the primary' election of June S.
.' -- to .atrons at a saving to them of 1(22. If elected.' I promUM. an ."._1.... energetic
60 to 75 cents 100 EX-GOVERNOR no arrests had been made. and economical administration of the
I LAWTEY per pounds. ALBERT W. GIL. The attempt on the mayor's life was affairs of the offlae. Will appreciate the au...
This election Is called for the express CHRIST OF PUNTA GORDA, CANDIDATE port of all Democrat J. C. ADKINS. $$10,000-
attributed by city officials to unknown
purpose of rebuilding the light FOR U. S. SENATOR -' .... !
Charles Dinkins and family were persons"who recently have addressed To the CIII. of the Eighth Judicial. Circuit i
and water plant; it carries no provision I hereby announce to the cltlaena of the
r called to Macclenny Wednesday on account threatening letters to Mr. Dimon and ....nt,. of Alaeb_ Baker, Bradford. PI.I...
for an ice plant. If this election He admits. he made good Levy Putnam and Union.
.k of the death of Mr. Dinkina' as member composing the

i mother. Mrs. Smith was sent here carries another bond Issue cannot be of the legislature as Speaker of letters City Manager were in II.opposition Gordon Hinkle.to the commission The Eighth to succeed Judicial myself Circuit.. that State I Attorney am a candidate sub..

from Waldo to act as agent at the depot floated for an ice plant for this) town the House and as Governor. And as Jeet to the action of the Demoeratla Primary, Farm
form of government now in Election: to be held o. Juno I. 1822. If elect [
during! Mr. Dinkins absence.J. of Starke will bl bonded to Its limit- soldier In Cuba during Spanish-Amer effect here and declared that unless .. I promise the sam. energetic and .....noma.
we can go no further. It la up to the ican War. In sal administration. that I have endeavored M
W. Andrews, Sr., and son, J. W. June 1898 Gilchrist
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Mayor Dimon discharged the city'manager artvoalnea sny appointment to Sit the .....-
Jr., of Starke were in Lawtey on business taxpayers of Starke to say whether ,resigned office aa Brig. Gen. Flav Militia both would be killed. plied term of F>.. A. .V. Long.

). Tuesday. I to become Private In fn_. I3rd. A. S. CREWS
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A small .ce of cotton wad -
gun
Miss Nelle Roberts and Mrs. W. R.: SEED CORN. COWPEAS, VELVET U. S. Vol. Infry., '$15.60 per month.In ding used in the bomb and these communications I wish to annooBM thai I am a candidate 4
: Torode were visitors to Jacksonville BEANS MILLET.CRASS June 1899() he was mustered out of I tar the olTlee' of state attorney for tha Sth 1
SEED SOR. service are the clues upon which Judicial Crleuit of Florid.. subject. to the will
Tuesday. CHUM. For iaamodiat shipment. as captain. of theejuaUfled( voten at the Juno primary.
AlP investigators are working to apprehend If I .
Elder II. V. Skipper of the Second soaaonablo Fi.ld and Vegetable S.*ds. Trammell! voted against the selective the guilty persons. the oleetod.off toe will pledge be,.. lWhl'.t; : vigorous.attain Impartial of What I is more econ-' j

Advent church is holding revival services Writ for Price Lid and Catalogue.. Ourh.auiiful draft law, against,: President Wilson and honest manner and that I will In
commissioners and fur It ho In
County city authorities so as my power conserve the taxpayer
at the town hall this week. The ana instructive) catalogue I. and the safety of our country. money. In the several counties of th. omical and profit-
announced tonight that a .'...ult.
D. M.
I BUIE.
services win probably close today. fro.and .i... valuable Information Trammel! is for the 11,000,000,000 1
on conference will be held Monday morn-
While here Elder Skipper is the guest farming- ana gardening for Florida and bonus. Gilchrist is against It. It is I POE hereby.BP..NTATJVI-GROUP announce to the ettioena of ONE Brad: able. than a want .

of his daughter Mrs. E. E. Burney. the couth. Writ to us today for special wrong in principle and will add Unnecessarily 666 relieve Colda ford county; that I am a candidate for Mem
quickly Con.
ber of the House of
and Mrs. J. W. Barber and to taxation. Representatives. Group 1. ad in this ?
Mr. prices on 1'our.eed requirement Our Gilchrist nays paticjajl Hotlines and Head and reapeetfolly solicit the> support of the voters paper
nothing too good for at the primary election of Juno th.-
children visited relatives in Jacksonville complete stock will\ .nabl. u. to supplyyou all disabled ex-

Sunday.Rev. : to advantage in price ana quality : service men and their dependents. aches A F ne Tonic. .Respectfully E.. S. KAT1'BZW"I'OR What have you

E. D. Boyer Ailed his regular E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY Trammell voted against return of RlIp.aRNTATJ1'E-GROUP: TWO.
appointment at the Baptist church on railroads to private ownership. Tram. rtw Quinine _a t Dot>> 1'101.11"1 irBVraiiso tIeJ: To the Voters of Bradford County I I here to sell?
Old.it and Large Seed Hou. in F.... mell of II. Ionic and la.etvo effort..C* by announce myself a candidato for Member.
last Sunday... ._. 202.206 E. Bay St. Jack.. stood in the way of women getting TIVK BROMO QbiNTNB":; (T....".) can "U tfikiui of the Legislator In Group No. 2. subject to .
I a ill., FU. the vote'-'Traramell t> by soy,,.* without cnunlnj nervousness or ri ttan the Demoeratlo Primary and respectfully so
admitted in i I 111 the bead. e.W.CROVE3sulialu uaU '11' licit the support of tim voters. If elected I :&..InI' ...-.
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MAY 26, 1922. BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FACE FIS'R
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I "and" fine instead of the customary I I rag on his body he was rushed to)t felt the knot hp. I untied l it. The r'l I
1 villa Saturday afternoon, from which I
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"or" sentence sS.tl'P tha county jail in this city. car was speeding thirty mile an hour, '
fine
:Mrs. Lane went to Norfolk, Va..
point ;
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Prol. I "Lawdy, boas looks mighty good,, nay to myself, 'Jim jump or be Mlt.1I ;'
I to visit her son, C. D. Lane. ,, -1
>\'I LI, LIVE IN STAHKK I jumped feet first, flam-tliioy, Just ,
Bits of LocalInformation Lane will spend several weeks in Till-1 1lahassee jail, gho do, Bald Denson) ns tho car band
with his wife and son, anthe I In which he was riding/ swerved into like that. I hit the ground orTmy feet ?
Editor Telegraph: Please allow mr the of the jail. l then on my head and then I rust\ .
middle of June will to Gaines gateway :
go for the following explanation ] have flopped over four times and rolled -
space frond to He There
villc to teach in the summer school of: ':'
1 asked several times since into the ditch ,
been I
the University of Florida. havo "I'se Rh,,' mighty proud to bo hero."'
i school clotted if I wan still goingto of the ditch ,{i
the "When I got out several
.. II IIr I "They tied I n rope around my neck, ,
O. .
C..r.rwAy 7f.+r.nd ..r home. I {
crawled
Stnrke answerthis I
__.... A. IN! c:._.. nor T_ Corn, cucumber and squash crate make my I said! Denson[ "then dragged me i into shots were firllIt me. ,
5192t. by saying I am, as I moved herethat but they kept on firing I got upagain
I III Kickliter's. the car. I asked them to )let me pray'and
i II children would have the advantage und I was barefooted, my
I _____ __ __________ ._ .., my they replied that they hadn't thetime. ran. -II
of an eight months "I'hool'h'rm clothes torn olme., and thegravel
-- were
W. A. Scott and sister :Mira Doris, h\
I Mrs. Dora Patterson, of Atlanta, I If 1\Id.lln made many friends. who regret and S. C. Carnell motored here last and I expect to remain here un- ; would l cut my feet. I. ,
"I heard them they '
imc Tuesday to visit her -tister-iii to see them leave. Sunday from O'mmd.II'! Scott am til they have passed throuKh: high I I me just out of'town.nay The knot shullt'l The negro said he hid in a mvuniu. ion
I Mra. C. L. Peek. I sUt't.'esllfulwrm school and perhaps longer. I hope 'Today, he Raid, he heard l bloodhounds
aw. sister have just cloned a !
will nettle the rope around l my neck was choking me. )
: I Chicken and eggs wanted, produceof of teaching in the Ormond! school this explanation question : I reached up one hand in the dark und his track "

Miss Doris Law of Lake Wales is nil kinds. We will buy your \produce and have, come home to spend the vacation as to where I am going to "Pretty soon the white hound eaino t

here visiting her cousin, Mrs. A. E. so you will be able to buy our with their parents, Mr. and side rt.-I up on me," said the negro. "I kept> ,

Wall. groceries. Mrs: F. A. Scott. Messrs. Scott and Respectfully; jumping from one side of the creekto

Carnell returned to Ormond Tuesday C. R. SA 1'[', I II FENT-A-WORl the other. I couldn't .shake him. 17'v

Mrs. A. D. Williamson of Bruden- Bradford Tigers baseball team left from which point Mr. Scott will go tr I D |lie got right up to my heels HO 1 k

own, was here Wednesday visiting! Thursday morning for a two days diamond Lake Winona to spend two weeks at a IIEAVY YIELD OF TOMA'IOKS I stopped snapped fingers nt him, unilluwdy !

her niece Mrs! H. A. Bishop. battle with the Palatka] team Y. M. C. A. camp. UCOLUMN he curled his tail and walked ,

It is confidently expected, by local fansto As the Telegraph] hUM before informed i right up to me. I took off my belt

Mrs. J. F. Canova und daughter,, have two more victories parted up Look at 'em. Talk about 'em. Keep its readers, L, V. Moore, who und tied! him to me."

Julia, are in Jacksonville visiting! :Mr ; in their favor. "em on your mind. Peoples Grocery lives a short distance east of Sturke, I "FOR RENTFurnished!; l rooms. I', 0. The negro/ had this one tied to /hint, +

''anova who is in business there. at depot. The little store behind all has one acre of tomatoes. Since the Box 343, City. 5 26-tf was playing with a second hound, and f'

,I "I feel twenty years younger," is the rest with the frig-hearted, square. fruit began to ripen, about three vita fighting off a third when the |HMe -

J. M. Norman and Horace Norman, what thousands have said after Tan- deal man behind it. weeks ago Mr. Moore has .gathered n ;FOR SALE OR RENT-Six room cottage < reached him.

nis son, of Lawtey, were visitors to luc restored them to health. Try it. .-. ._ -- _- --._. good many crates daily. But the most! on Kingsley lake. Apply] to 1

Starke Tuesday Turner's Drug Store, Starke. Maj. K. S. Matthews\ of Starke who successful day's picking/ was Tuesday' Paul E. Canova, Starke. "'.19-3t- I Why say good thing behind people's

will represent Bradford county in the when lt f from nine rows each row I hucItsV! They can't hour thorn. hIt I

Only 2 more days to take advantage Watch for the lucky numberin li!>:'J.!:{ session of the Florida legislaturewas 210 feet long, got! tit crates of tomti- FOR SALE-One horse, sound and 7 I

of side at Sternber ''. next issue, of this paper.( Nat a prominent visitor in the city tiM.... This Is at the rate of COO bush gentlechenp for cash. E. Ocssnei'! is better to make an occasional

Sternberg. Tuesday conferring with officials at els to the nerc. Route A, Box 2iJ, Starke. 6-12-3t* nlstake than to do I nothing at ails, .

Mrs. O. J. Gnnm went t? Louis ihe state road department on matters This is the first S'IISlln11': '. Moore t

Tuesday to visit at the home of her Another caiload of Ford cars was icrtaining{ to n stute aid road! from has planted tomatoes in earnest and \U SALE;-dr. head of stock cattle, Little niiiiilt worry over little! things '

rother-in-law i Charlie McKinney.Mr. received Thursday by J.V.. Andrews, Baldwin[ to Starke. :Mr. Matthews was he is well satisfied with his venture. for t'ush. J. M. Norman, l202t'Olt Lawtey\ while big ones seldom worry at all, r

Jr., proprietor! of the Ford! Uurage.. 'ortunalc in receiving the nominationfor His product is perfect in form and Flu. .

and Mrs, W. J. Grill'm, of Jackonville This makes two carloads in two representative from his county color, each fruit is wrapped in paper } SA1.K;,-100 barrel of ear l'm'lI. Don't kkk over the traces until you a'9

spent Sunday and Monday I weeks without opposition He is an old mem- md he is paid cash for "fancies" fiO cents per barrel. H. II. Andrews, know what i I.*.on the other side.

with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. b.1' of the legislature and has many ho depot I:. M.: Thomas generally! Rjiford. It* -
the officials at the cuptol Mr. Moore thinks There tire no shadow on the sunny
----- W. J. I i'person und family went to friend among buying his output. i
If you are not on the prof t-shurinIC Luke Butler Saturday afternoon to at- and those who will serve with every farmer should plant tomatoes FOR KENT-New roomy bungalow ids>! of life except those we make our

premium list down at Peoples Grocerynow Tallahassee Times.Iemocrat!:, and believes all lands elves.SEAIIOAUII. y
lim.
tend the funeral of his niece .Miss for shipment, I with all modern conveniences c
is a good time to get in. Come Thelma Schell. Tuesday. around, here are suitable! though those ,I S. .... Humrick, phone 12, Mrl'l'

lown. I ..... laving a solid clay foundation are i r-1I-tf.! I !\ TRAIN SCUKDU1.B. i

\. Carpenters, painters and! plumbers Chufas, Spanish and Florida peanuts probably the best.NKCKO .. ---

!Mrs. .J, E. Wilson of Gainesville,, are being kept busy on repair jobs in velvet beans and Mexican\ June FOIL S.\I.K:Hi-foot\ square lent government (In )

has been visiting this week at the Starke, tea, numerous tu mention. A corn. Kickliter's. 5-l-2t.!) DKNSON: LANDKD: make, !3 I 1-2 inch \valls, Inexcellent Southbound'i

home of her father, Col.\ W. T. Weeks. general cleaning( up is ulso going on, SAFELY: IN MACON) JAIL condition, $:'l.r> rush [L. II. No. 1 reaches Slarko at 11:40: p. .. ::1 a

and Starke is looking( cleaner and NEW 11UNC.ALOW UNDKK WAY Eastman; SUirko. I U No. 3, 10:50! n. m. '
:Mrs. James L. Jones of Columbia,, Molt fly ..llImlnlFronl; /: Cur 4:58 '
prettier every day. Eluded No. 21, Ced.tr Key Train, : p. m.No. v\i
\
S. C., spent Monday and Tuesday with Contractor, D. Boreu has begun the doing. Thirty Miles nn Hour I FOR SALK; OR EXCHANGE I have 1C, Limited, 2:15 p. m.

Mrs. T. C. Morris. Fruit jars, best kind rings, jelly I erection of a new 7-room bungalow on I 215 acres of well drained citrus Northbound IATIRES

glasses and everything at Peoples his lots opposite the Presbyterian parsonage Macon, ill.! May 21. Jim Denson, fruit land l in Highlatv'] county nenrSebring
!5:19
Starke a. m.
No. 2 arrives :
Mrs. T. A. Brinson ami, children I / on Cherry street. The new youth, prayed unusually"" long Fla. Will subdivide and i
have !gone to Fiftone to spend Revf'rall I Grocery. structure is well located and will make in negro!Bibb county jail tonight before he sell, or would exchange for landnear No. 4 at 4.00: p. m. .

weeks with Mr. Brinson. "Where there is snake, there is always J u desirable] residence threw himself upon his bunk for his Htll rke. J. H. Fanning, 101 No. 20, Cedar Key Train 8:47: a. H.
No. 1C, Limited CifiS\ p. m. i iWennco
; -2li-lt\
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fire," so when twenty million I first night's. sleep this week. He prayed fine St., Albany Ciu. Branch 4, ,
J. C. Poppell, of Plant City, spent ATTENTION, VETERANS the mob that broke -
and in all members of
the week-end] with his brother, E. R. well known men women for AGENTS WANTED -Men and worn- No. 101 leaves Starke 74.r a. m.
walks of life say Tunlac is u good! Into the jail at Irwinton, la., early and retailthe No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.
of J. J. trade
Poppell. There will be a meeting him out and attempted en to handle city
medicine there must be something to Tuesday, dragged
T. J. GRIFFIN,
U. C. V. at and genuine Watkina
Dickison Camp No. 1817 for original
it. Turner's Drug) Store, Starke. to lynch him; and prayed *.
Ag n
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and son, I the courthouse in Starke at 10 a. m., reasserting his products' remedies, extracts, Rph'I'N.toilet I
James Richard Saturday; ,
visiting her daughter, Mis.: \ D. T. ,I Don't forget the best flour you ev- electing officers and transactingsuch nnocence. I ties automobile "pecial-I' I Y., who has boon spending a wok
I II to hang
er could want at Peoples Grocery. Denson is under sentence Mrs. Ada Suuers, has } ;
be- with hi niece
Clark. other business an. may come attack Over 150 guaranteed ) s ,
alleged up-
for
June Ifi, an
to take advantage I The Telegraph] / has been asked, to fore the meeting. As full attendance on on an aged white woman three year values are unequalled and Watkins returned homo.circuit court business,
Only 2 more days us possible] i hi requested. quality It in a class by itself. Writ Owing to
of sale at Sternberg's. request patrons of the local telephone full details Clerk Alderman has not found timeto
W. T. WEEKS, ago.Believing from (the today for free sample( and
exchange to not call central to tislc Penson's escape of the commissioners' .
hand in the minutes
Captain Commander. of our offer and what it minim
returned Thursday the location of a fire when an alarm mob was an net of providence, thereare meeting They will appear
Mrs. E. R. Poppell May:
MORGAN to The J. R. Watkins Co., Dept
F.
S. of this you.
,
because of the interferencewith white people
has is sent in numerous
where she ,
from Lake Butler, Tenn. fi-12-U* in our not Issue r
been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the regular duties of the opera- Adjutant.PRIVATE and of Wilkinson county, it was fovt'r-I reported I I 76, Memphis
who will ask :
tonight,
H ..Tomlinson.W. tors. SCHOOL '
commute the sentence I
nor liar
Wainwright, of Tallahassee, Irish potatoes squashes sweet corn Mrs. Bessie McGruder- will teach pupils of the negro, to life Imprison :

here Wednesday visiting at the and other kinds of produce arc daily who have ment. It is. the only chance to save
was grades
of the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. brought to Starke from the J. M. Al- failed in certain grammar/ branches in their recent his life. The Best Tires and the beat price in town 30x3 and 30x3 1-2 '
of town. !Mr. NewBorn this morningby
varez farm west Denson was captured
D. Wainwriprht. examination The school will begin I price:
who does the farming, faithfullylives the first Monday in June in the : n posse* who believed in law and '

Mrs. H. O. Brown and children went up to his reputation as a hardworking building.] Prices according to I order. They turned Denson over to NON-SKlll, 30x3 $8.0(1
school I
+s to ,Lake Butler last Friday to spend II and able farmer. the work taken up. Beginning Juno Sheriff Player at Irwinton. N( .SKJI), 30x3j, $!1.00. NO SECONDS I I IN THIS l.oT-AU.

the summer at the home of her father,, will continue eight It; wall like bringing/ a man back UAKANTKKI) NO. i TIKES
M.: M. Hale. The Consumers Lumber Co. have 5th, the school from the grave to prvsent the prisoner TUBES: GRAY; 303, $1.7.-: \

had the rubbish removed, from their weeks. at the Wilkinson county jail. An. TITHES.: GRAY 30x3i! $2.1)0) ) C

at depot, were lumber yard and a high: wire fence the negro could lie fed, and CI
Co.
Peoples Grocery AUNT MANDY'S CODE soon as Call Write or Phone 51, and 1 will supply your want.
wherever necessary put up few ,
the first in town to sell watermelons with gates clothed, for there were only a I

this season. The melons were readily around it. This fence is very substantial they tell of the old black STARKE
In Georgia ;;; BURROWS
the posts being set in con- lave A Complexion Smooth Satin R.
sold at 75 cents to $1 each. cook who was horrified I to discover ,
crete. The [umber yard is systematically "Magnolia Balm is us balmy as its I
helper
a -
Visit our store and look us over. We arranged and well supplied with that in one the of kitchen the young had negroes been caught name. Soothing, cooling, absolutely tsmrgmmmmmttlmmmmmmttlsllmmmmmmemmmmmmmlammmmm: mmmmmlllll1llltnalmalIIUI

sell'Groceries every day in the week. lumber, brick and sand. lelightful. No other preparation him
stealing !!

Peoples Grocery. I I Do you need a trunk? Special "Now" said Aunt Mandy takes"1 noth-don't agreed"mooth.: with satiny my feeling skin or that given comes me with the I'

r< returned Wednesday bargain< in trunks at Stern- believe in stealing I never the use of Hagan'a Magnolia Balm. Starke Co.O.MRS.
d Mrs. C. W. Liddon In'% 'cept it's something to eat, or Millinery
has the (argent drugstore
who
from Orlando, where she has berg's sule. somethin' to wear, or somothin whatI Mr. Brunt,
and
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sells it regularly recmmends -
Lu- here '
Mrs.
V; been visiting her daughter, Mrs. de missus don't want or somethin'
Prof. H. U. Lane and mother I thinks it highly. Yours truly, Mrs. lye
4 cius Howell. is got too blind to miss.
Jackson- the boss
Elizabeth J. Lane, went to Alice Cox, 1120 Lane St., Topeka

Watch for the lucky numberin I --Harper's Magazine.: Kansas." Thin liquid face and toilet N. N. COLSON, Mgr.
FORnburn beautifies instantly. Brunette -
next issue of this paper. Nat METHODIST powder
f' white pink rose-red. 75 cent "
Sternberg.
to-the lake last Sunday T at druggists or by mail. Lyon IVffg., STARKE FLORIDA
Did
go
the t you 42 So. Fifth St., Brooklyn N. Y.
The first load of watermelons of We missed you at Sunday school. Co.,

season was brought to Starke Wednesday Tan, FrecklesPlmoi.iel.ekh..d.a. At the morning hour Rev. Bolt ofLawtey -Adv.

{ by James Kite from his farmat *. will preach. The sacrament

Sampson. It was sold to Griffin & .Huio'i tantlyconUand M.gndra. loiitlMi Bjlm. dry.burmnfikm. -. of the Lord's Supper will be adminis M- J..CV r-.r-.J.J "Iiil
AtiminmuMwell
Johns. > nmfJy: ttmmullkm tered by Bro. Belt. The pastor will go,

t Tanlac builds up the weak rundown .and beaiKllul.completion blemahc. Imptru clew Makes,define tnhraty kia,. to At Lawtey the evening and preach"service there the .pastor When You Pay By Check ij,

tf system and makes you feel strong, laitiM'. won't r gr rub oe.to off.UM' Impuwbk per00 --*, will continue the discussion on the

sturdy and well, as nature intended. tode...'. Great Supper, taking as the subject:

Turner's Drug Store Starke. USE "No Excuse is Better. Than a Poor YOU KEEP ACCOUNT OF WHAT YOU SPEND.


Roscoe McLane and family"left Sun MagnoliaBalm One.Visitors" are always welcome to You knowwhere you stand.

day morning' for their new home at worship with us in the little stone
I
Cocoa. While in Starke Mr. and Mrs. church on the corner.


LIQUID lea and DICK IN-TROUBLE Without a Checking Account


666'Cure. Toi''OWDER Judge Green Announce Sentence and .

4. colon, :Pink BniiMtu.Whiur ..mlROM -' .. y_ Fines in Store for 'Shiners your money keeps disappearing in driblets and much of it can not be ac-

Malaria, Chill and Fever, ,R.tl lor' Him. counted for when check
illdealm.
cbcekt. I Sold by t you up.
Dengue or Bilious Fever It kill or duecl >11 11T5 Richard Reynolds colored plead .... '"
ian u. nnu.ptMtpud. Judge Green's) courtto -
/guilty In County
the gernu.HOW'S. and was
LYON MFG. CO. transporting moonshine r
BROOkLYN,U!Io.Flit,,N.!It.V. p sentenced to the county Jail for 60 We invitelyou to open a checking account with u*. ,

TIllS ? days and to pay a fine of $1 and costs.

HALL-SI CATARRH MEDICINE will lltlllllllllllllllllHIIIIAIUhU.l Judge Green says that hereafter all BANK OF STARKEPaying
4s, what w. claim for It-rid your rrtlem
.fn..a cmuMd by ca :.114 convicted of violating the prohibition -
Of Cmt.rrt or U for uu/ ,'e ,. uru.s ,d"y persons
tarrh. W. do.. not rM.omnwna Nulr. with Worm b..... an u.- laws will be given sentence by check is safer.
<
HAUls dlaa.CATARRIt MEDICINE l.. a :>:n w tr I .,ikmarpatbloulmudu.. Paying by check i i. easyE .
InwnmHy, and ten throiiithth de.d.y..uu ... mat! dtiturbaoar.
liquid taken orUi tn-ro .< m. or Um CEO. C. Cashier
rule. | WHITE
blood upon 'h.. mtweua .urtr.a, TASIttXi* to"11lt111.: then rotahul Cure Malaria Chills, St MATTHEWS. Pres.
Inll mma- GROV S
yit m. thus rMluclnn trio ratorlnanormal < tonwoBrlhr o w.....Iut .!/ enrich: :!h.. bluod.la 666 Fever Bilious Fever
tlon and njirtitln Nature In - -
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All Dr..pt.U condition Circular* free. mine 1m. h....'! or' .' ,, .; .'!heal, Cold. and Grippe. : - - -
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'r ed and functioning along these lines. needs American cotton is, therefore,

I Dairying has become a major the hope of the world. If
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r ject in but a few counties. In the compels the Southern farmer to give .

1 short time it has been emphasized in up to the boll weevil a large amountof

With The Bradford Marion county a co-operative cream his cotton fields because he cannot, .

ery has been established and Is placing in his present financial condition, afford

R ; over a thousand dollars every to fertilize them enough to miti

t : County Farmers week into the pockets of the farmers. gate the attacks of the I

In Hernando county the business men must result a large degree I
( WRIGLEfS
u .J.1.1r say that could and would not do with. donment of the
great
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I world, cotton !goods will

r h COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS ward the flame. The sun in constantly CORN CULTUREThe I crease in price. This will
the manufacturers much if j
taking the moisture from the

upper planting of legumes in and between to pay more for the raw
We are shipping cucumbers grains of soil therefore causing
,
Alachua ;
the rows, the applying of small that, too, on an ascending 'Spb1Nr
1 and other vegetables by the car those upper grains to thirst for the I
the world round
i I amounts of a well-balanced fertilizerand consumers
moisture below. But that moisture
t 4 load. the frequent and shallow stirring to pay more and use less.
cannot be raised from the grain it already -
of the soil, are the most timely suggestions Such an excessive tax on
and l
Taylor-All oats! arc being cut surrounds unless those two
for the in the result only in a restricted
corn grower
the land planted to peas for hay. Our grains of soil are touching each other. chemical by farmers, so
summer.
in excellent: condi Then, manipulation of soil ,
r melon crops! are any the
i that there will not be so
tion. that separates its grains. will stop or Corn always should be grown in rotation
in it as the American
partly stop the rise of water In the with some leguminous crop, S'Satisfies
for. It will also
ers hope
Walton-Blueberry trees are loaded, soil and, therefore, its final evapora- such as beggarweed, velvet beans' ,
eyes of farmers' to the fact
tin" cowpeas or soybeans. For general usebt'lllCarwe..d i
have '"''''
farmers
with fruit. Our organized Republican party of this
market their sweet potatoes That is what we do when we stir and velvet beans are best !
f i to
all
agriculture's enemy and
the surface of our soil in as they are deep-rooted plants, pro
summer!
watermelons.
: and testations of desire
y to
form a dust mulch over it, loosen the duce an abundance of forage, and art

))1-' soil, separate the soil particles, pre not attacked by the nematode, a worm great basic industr>*are the sweet tooth

'" :\llIdion-lIave! just made a cooperative vent the rise of the moisture in the that causes root-knot. Any &good legume 0 Times-Union. and aids appetite and digestion.
order for 60 tons of land plus-
soil and thus' conserve it for the will add enormous amounts ofnitrogen
; tel on which our farmers will save use to the soil if the ORIGIN: OF. THE' I
of the plants. given proper Cleanses mouth and teeth.A
$:.1.10 a ton.Oc'uluI. chance. TKCTIVE: TARIFF .
.
Keep a dust mulch over your fields

and groves. That is' one of the most Clay lands often need, 300 to dial! ( a;* boon smokers
!! spent a day this week in In the early part of the ; great to ,
important things to do on the farm, pounds of commercial fertilizer to the ,
? studying' irrigation systems! in other especially in while lands I tury a band of marauders :; relieving hot dry mouth.
dry, windy summer acre, sandy require perhaps ,
counties wit ha view to installing similar
I lender by the name of Tares
month slightly more. Half of the application :
rc svstcmrt on some of our citrus and ... the straits of Africa and "
? should have been applied at ... Combines pleasure and
1 truck Parma
1'1'0 HAVK.SU.MMEU: : E<;?CS KEEP the time of planting. Just as the corn | the southern shores of ,,"

THE ROOSTER HIMSELF: is beginning to tassel 1st the proper j band was held together/ by benefit.
Pulk-Furnwrl'l' who irrigated have
time for the second half according, to i of conquest. The horde !! I
made excellent Irish potato crops this Did Moors, Berbers, Syrians, Afr Don't miss the joy of the
'. you know that you can have S. W. Hiatt, of the agricultural extension i fit.

spring. fresh eggs every day of summer? division University of Florida.In a few Arabs, all bent on new WRICLEY'S P-K-the -

That thing is of cultivationMr. were Mohammedans, and sugarcoated
very entirely possible, speaking summer
Marion> -Our first watermelons and according to !IJr. N W. Sunborn, poul- Hiatt says, "Rapid and thorough I sense the vanguard/ l of the ate peppermint tid bit!
have been and have
tomatoes shipped
try specialist of the College of Agri- surface cultivation is necessary to of Islam, in their west /
brought) satisfactory! price. to our culture University of Florida. hut cared less' for their 1 _
conserve moisture, to enable the air **e

growers.PaseoTobacco. < Dr Sanborn states that he has seen to penetrate the soil and to destroy tor booty. Tarif plundered i E(S

eggs used in June that were laid in grass and weeds. The number of try and established a little 1Save

harvesting has begun !March and incubated at 103 degreesfor times to cultivate is governed by local -i town, Tarifa, which with

and the crop and quality is exceedingly 14 days before being used. Itseems conditions and the seasonal chan- j I! Moorish walls! to this day
good.\ Thu entire crop up I
the name and of
somewhat unreasonable to thinkof memory
to date has been raised. by irril'ation'l ges."Where ''
an egg being wholesome 12 weeks planting is done on the lev- 'of this motley aggregation of
unu..ual.LnkeWatel'melons. .
Homething very after being laid and after being exposed 1 el, the weeder is a most valuable tool ,, and conquerors. Tarif, later r J a

to high temperature for two ofthose to use, as much ground can be covered) :''oil' by his superior, Tank, bnd l

are moving' by weeks. Nevertheless' the records I in a day, and the soil crust broken'( !Must, overran a great deal

the trainload from the county prices bear out this' statement.As without any, injury to the plants. Thi* This baron lived in a chateau
for the first week from
ranging $000 .yappers
a matter of fact the reason whyIs I spring-tooth harrow gives the best results feudal in its magnificence, / C29vafuaCood
to $900 a carload. Cucumber '
grow-
simple. It Is this: Do not let the in one-horsu cultivation, and two :plundering fashion levied I
efs who .sprayed made gonil prnftta.Flaglerllava orbfe
rooster run with the hens. To do so 'horse cultivator where two horses are ties on all commerce that

means the fertilization of the eggs, available. Both shovel and spring-I\ or approached the town of q I / s 1 aM
purchased
a purebred and u fertilized: egg will not keep perfectly l roth attachments' may be made'\ all the people who w
bull for the dairy hull
Jersey association I I
under any circumstances. AnilIt the two horse cultivator. It is ndvantageou.s i tribute to him ns a sort of
of St. Johns Turk I
: is a fact that hens lay as many eggs to use a fertilizer distributor er. The gleaming sword was

without the rooster as with him. in applying fertilizer: to the growing !' lecting agency and he would 1 ;
Suwannee-Two carloads of hugs/ assert their rights and' reclaim Misses
Lorena, Susie and Dora Johnson
and in
Dr. Sanborn says that the male bird corn. I( ship caravan piratical "
and two of cucumbers were sold cooperatively land and Democratic equality Effie. Gordon Messrs: Earl and
should be kept in runs to himself, except and make them pay tribute to ,
from this! county this when it is desired to have eggs POTASH AM COTTON: I his conquest and luxury. again flourish in this great free Walter Whitten, H W.Raiford, S. A.

week for .-From a speech by Repre! Bryant, W. H. and B. D. Andrews,
hatching purposes. To have eggs From that town Tarua,
for incubating keep the rooster with If congress adopts the potash schedule named( lifter the princely Marvin e11'A7'EitMILL Jones, 'Democratic, Mrs. W. M. Graham was visiting

DeS..to-Ht'lped treat 17ft hogs and only a portion of the hens! just while of the proposed tariff bill there English word "tariff" is Texjs.' I her sister, Mrs. K. B. Roberts, at
a herd of dairy cattle this week.
eggs are wanted for hatching. ThereIs will be more discouraged cotton farmers I name arose! in heathenism. It Worthington last week.

HOW A OUST MULCH KEEPSRAINWATEK absolutely no need in the rooster I In the South than there are now. I forced contribution of the I Mrs. Donah Browning left Thursday '-

IN THE :SOIL; fertilizing the eggs to be used. for food The burden of the tax would fall heav- the few. How fitting that for Lake Butler, where she will
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Remember that fertilized eggs will ily on the men who, to a large extent, { which finds its consummation Watermill, May 2C.-Chesley Fogg spend several days.

Constant and frequent cultivation not keep nearly as long as will unfertilized are already almost in despair. They i I bill should have had such an 1'I Ala<.hua, was d business visitor Col. A. S. Crews of Starke, was in

of the grove or the field' in spring and : eggs..More have had to fight: the boll weevil for | For centuries the Moor i last week town Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .

early summer may mean the savingof often than we think it is best I years and its ravages were more extensive charge, of the Provinces of Dan Shores, of Chattanooga, spent W. W. Farnell and little son,

its crop. For this is the dry season to kill roosters in order to get them last year than ever before, ':i Andalusia, and the seaport .of last week here visiting rela Wilbur, Jr., of New Smyrna, are visiting

of the year and it Is then that out of the way. Fewer are needed while this year's infestation threatens I Tarifa and,\ levied their toll at the home of her sister, Mrs.

our trees and plants are taxed to their than most of us realize, especially I to be worse than even that of last merce. Much was the wealth Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge:; and son, J. C. Jones, this week.

A utmost in order to bear paying crop where egg production for food is a 1 season due to the mildness of last the trophies they sent to the :uj.'ene, were among those who wit. Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Schell, of

Did you ever pick up n board that major aim. As soon as a rooster is I winter. They have to contend againsta Their chiefs increased in and the marriage of Miss Nona Jacksonville, were visiting relatives

has been lying on the ground forborne beyond his usefulness! dispose of him. restricted foreign market. With little i insolent power. They lived Truby Dyal of Sampson here last week.'Shepard .

time ? You noticed dump, wet earth export demand they have had to splendor+ but they were riding Moore, of Crescent City, .

beneath the hoard. What caused that THE GREATEST .FRIEND OF Tllfi rely mainly upon, the domestic market I I fall. In 12U2 the Christians, Mrs. C. M. Lewis spent the week was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. .

dampness? The answer involves one FARMERThe to absorb their product. Prices for Guademus, reclaimed these at New River visiting her (daugh H. Moore, Sunday.Mrs. .
I, Mrs. Alberta Stokes. .
cotton were comparatively low in consequence. the Moors tried -
of the biggest fundamental principles! and although N. T. Ritch and two children,
Messrs. Vilos and Schell
county agents of Florida Labor and dear. I! Reynolds
in agriculture, although seldom given are was scarce edly to recapture Tarifa and who have been spending several daysin

that prominence.The doing! more right now, probably than Weather conditions were sometime provinces and to regain their of Graham, were in our com- Jacksonville returned to their home
,
is ever before for the farmer. At least adverse. live from the fruits of other Thursday on business.
sun a !great drying agent/ here Sunday.
and as its rays pierce the earth's crusta that Is the opinion of E. W. Jenkins. The skies seemed brightening this toil, they could not succeed. Cary Lee Davis, of Gainesville, is .I Among those who attended the funeral
/; her cousin, Laura Carter for
of the agricultural extension divisionof Due to better in ,
certain amount of water is taken up, year. organization turies later they were driven of Miss Thelma Schell, at Lake
determined largely by the degree of the University of Florida, who has financing the trade, the export demand Spain. few days
Butler Sunday afternoon Mell-
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown the were,
contact of those with the moisture 'supervision over the work of county Is becoming better. Labor I Is Privileged classes of this were
rays srs. A. D. Andrews W. I. Roberts II.
of Mr. and Mrs. Turner of ,
of the soil. Keep the sun's rays agents in the counties of South Florida more abundant, consequently cheap have grown rich behind the W. Raiford, Shepard Moore Miss Per-

from the earth's moisture-containing except those on the East Coast. er Now comes the protection-mad They have overrun the Thursday. ,
la Whitten Mrs. Donah
Sollie Carter of Lake Okeechobee Browning,
According to Mr. Jenkins the problems ,

particles and evaporation therefrom Republican congressional majoritywith levied tribute from all to Mrs
W. II. Andrews left Mondayfor
home for 'while
with homefolks.II. .
R is greatly lessened. worked on by these agents are I its proposal to make the duty on few. They have built their '

How Is that done? Water-rises up- too numerous to mention but he says pure potash..$50 per ton, equal to in Spain" and their summer P. Gainey, of Brooker, was here few Worthington days.J. where she will visita

ward in the soil toward the sun, justas the four most important are: The about $25 per ton on the muriate or Florida. Emboldened by <; day last week electioneering. P. Coffin of Johnstown in
Miss Alvah Thomas was
was visiting ,
oil in a lamp rises' in the wick to- control of Insects and diseases of the the sulphate of potash, or from $2.50to cess, they are endeavoring to town Saturday.

farm, truck and grove crops; fertilizer $5 a ton more for complete ferti- hind the highest protective cousin! Miss .Alma Thomas, of

CALOMEL USERS TAKE I problems, purchase preparation lizer. Potash is essential in cotton all history. But, like the Moors Wednesday. I ZIFF-u-

AN AWFUL RISK anil, use; marketing, both buying and fertilization. There was not near I centuries that are gone, they Markey, Sollie Carter, Evan

selling; and dairying. enough fertilizer used on the last season's ing& to their fall. The great were business visitors over to Ziff :;;;; -:
Very Next Dose of Treacherous Drug From Saturday. May 26.' Ethel Dennisonand
time to time the county agent crop and the result has taughtthe America is just and the
May Start Terrible SalivationThe I of sons of Midway the week
holds farm schools. On these occasions '- cotton farmer that he must ferti- Biggs, Starke was a visitor spent
end here with her Mr. and
Friday night. parents,
.
specialists are secured from thestte's lize. A
next dose of calomel take WOMAN'S Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
you \ Dosha Prescott is ill at this
college: of agriculture.! The Now the tariff tinkers propose to
may salivate you. It may shock your i .Mr. and Mrs. H. T.: Thomas and
liver or start bone necrosis. CalomelIs specialists go right into the field, further handicap the debtburdenedSouthern : of
children spent Sunday the
guests
i dangerous. It is grove or truck patch with the farmer farmer by yielding' to the The '
mercury, quicksilver Advice of This Starke RAIFORI Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.
/.' It crashes into sour bile like and together they study the problemsto .demands of the American potash pro- I I
Is of Great Value. Mrs. S. L. Prescott and children
dynamite, cramping and sickening be found there. Schools for the ducers that their puny industry be fed

e you. Calomel attacks the bones and control of insects and diseases on citrus from the breasts of American agriculture ; Many a woman'" buck has May 26.-.Miss Ada Regia-) spent Sunday the guests of her sister,

should never be put into the system.If and truck crops have been estab- to a prostrating extent aches and palnj.Orttlmes of Lake Butler, was a visitor here Mrs. Charlie Prescott, who is very

you feel bilious, headachy, constipated 'tis afternoon.
lished and are popular. Congress can cause a partial abandonment the kidneys' sick.Dan
and all knocked out just go Because of unsettled business conditions of the cotton raising industry That's why Iioan's Kidney Gertrude Anderson who has I Shores, of South Florida, and

to your druggist and get' a bottle ofDodson'a and of the high prices that, by burdening it beyond endurance.The are so effective > teaching at Leesburg, returned t Miss Alvah Thomas, of Pine Hill, '
Liver Tone for a few cents Many Starke women know her home here Tuesday. spent Wednesday the guests of Mr.
until recently prevailed for fertilizers
which is harmless rest of the world does not produce
a vegetable substitute
,
Read what one has to say D. Andrews was a business vis- |and Mrs. H. T. Thomas.
for dangerous calomel Take the agents have had a busy time enough of the staple to supply much
a Mrs. Silas Kite Cherry St., : to Palatka ,Wednesday and Thurs' Ellery Thomas spent Sunday in the
spoonful and if it doesn't straightenyou advising; farmers in the correct uses' more than one-third of the world'sTo I
"I
was all run down and I Pine Hill section.
better and of different fertilizers.
quicker than And their ad.
up nasty ----
from !
( calomel and without making you sick vice has been much in demand. Stop a Cough Quick up or kilney down without disorder.help I Canova of Starke, was In town Misses Alma Thomas and Avy Starling I

t r e you just go back and get your mon Co-operative marketing has been takes HAYES HEALING HONEY.f'cough be misery through the small day last week. o I; spent Sunday the guests of Miss.
a Georgia Epperson, of Lake: IT Rhoda and Alva Thomas.
eyDon't emphasized and stressed by the county medicine which stops the cough by back. I certainly was In a bad .
e' take calomel t It cannot be agents in all counties for the last eating the inflamed and irritated tissue dition. My kidneys acted too I I was visiting here Saturday |I's Those; visiting at the home of Miss-! P

trusted any more than a leopard or few years, especially since the problem A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE and I suffered from terrible j ( g>II! J Athn nnd Opal Lewis Sunday afternoon

a wild cat. Take Dodson'a'Liver Tone of production became secondaryto SALVE for Chest Colds Head Cold and 1 the back of my bead. I heard those who attended the pte- were, Misses Ollie Kelley,
which straightens you right and Croup Is enclosed with t
up bottle of
t hose of In HAYES' every I Doan's Kidney flits and three at Worthington Thursday wero Avy Starling Alma, Rhoda and Alva ,
makes you feel fine. No salts neces marketing. nearly every HEALING HONEY. The salvo
; sary. Give it to the children because county there are cooperative mar-, should be rubbed on the chest and throat which I bought at Mitchell's Habitual Constipation CuredIn {Thomas, Beulah Lewis, Messrs. Frazier

.' It is perfectly harmless and cannot keting organizations which are buyingthe of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. Store, gave me wonderful 14 to 31 Days | Shaw and Hugh Butler Crosby, '

salivate.-Adv.-67. aide hrallnt eflrrt of Ham* In Price COc, at all dealers! of Brooker Dosh, Willie and Roy For-
.: WITH PEPSIN"
farmers' supplies and selling their the throat cnmhinmi with healing: efeot at simply ask for a kidney remedy\ 1s a socially-,
l' ; products, doing both co-operatively .">.." o-Peo-Tr Salv through the para of SyrupTonic-Laxa'Jve Ha bltus' syth and Clyde Kelly.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days th.nkia won top*II cough. Joan's Kidney Pills-the MOle It relieves promptly bui
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'sM If PAZO OINTMENT full, and saving money in doing so. In Bach remedies an perked In cm carton gad the Mrs. Kite had. Foster-Milburn be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days 4
Dro/ laM refund money COM el Ibo combined Don't
treatment U 33c..Just be the
: too
to tut,*l"bl:11Ii.. ,!"!.3i.eilini4!. or Protruding Pile Alnchua county Mr. Jenkins states, .. m Mfrs., Buffalo N. V..v'Merrrwdy. regular action. It Stimulates end hasty in calling
wnxt: 'i V t(,'!i'.rili'i'eclk: I ami- ',!.yuu. JMOOIW can e o : there are seven communities organit- ask JIONlf.Y.your dntggist for ItA YES'HEAUNG Very Pleasant to Takj dIM I fellow who tricks you a trickster. Hemay

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I TRAMMELL intended to end disputes between contractors In Virginia last week after a visit of. II T. Pnrncll was business visitorto

PARK ,, LABOR FEUDS IN j[ and the Chicago Building( several months with her son, J. W. FtarUFriday.! .

a Candidate for I Trades Council. The structure wu Jones. Mrs. Nelson Townsend and little N''

: built by a contractor who denied' re- Raymond Hewitt, of Little Springs! daughter, of Tampa spent last week "

United States SenatorA 9 CHICAGO; BUILDINGS 'ceiving; threats from labor nien. was a busman visitor to town Saturday. with her father, Leonard Melvin.

The force of 100 men employed' In Mire
Parker, of St. Petersburg\
Second Term construction are divided 1 in two classes Sceber Stokes! of Miller, was transacting -
visiting her \>urlntll.lr.: : and Mrs. W-
GUARDED steam fitters and masons, working business in town Saturday afternoon Parker.
a
under the Lund, award and carpenters .
Park Trammell, throughout and plumbers, working under the I Mr. and :Mrs John I'. Sapp of Sapp, Mrs. Charlie McKinney and little

his public career, with- 1 old union scale. visited friends in Lake Hutlor Mon children spent Saturday and Sunday
ORDERS ARE TO SHOOT TO KILL
I at Sampson t of her .sister Mrs.
out a single break, has been day. guests ,
SUSPICIOUS CHARACTERSAROUND That the fire was set hall been proven -

true and, loyal to the Inter- a BUILDINOShicago. ) beyond a doubt, police say, For it i Irving Varnes and! family\ spent the Henry Brown
of the B. F. Kcnfroc and P. 11. Crews
est people. were
I week-end with his Mr. and
was started on the first and second parents,
As Senator he business visitors to Lake Butler Sat-
was active > :May 17.-An army of police floor in various parts almost simul Mrs. Henry Varnes, of Johnstown. a
and largely instrumental in Andrew Dcklu visited urday. 4
with orders to kill any suspicious taneously. Sayp
bringing about the following appearing person who failed to com- The questioning of Mrs. Miller police afternoon. Monday J Mr. and Mis. David<1 Shaw and lit-

: t ply promptly with all police orders, say, brought a full confession Miss: Mae McKinney who has closeda tle daughter, Lorenzo, of LaCrosse,
Federal financial assistance from her in which the of other spent Saturday and Sunday here vis
was spread through Chicago today to mimes successful: term of schoul in south '

to aid Florida farmers; a 1 combat what is described( by official occupants of the "death car" were gives Florida 1st the guest of Mr. and Mrs. iting relatives and friends.

freight rate reduction of $30;; I as the attempts of convict labor lead- en, ami it was substantiated by a previous !M. L. McKinney thin week. Dora Tyson returned buck J homo on t

a car on Florida fruits vegetables / 1 ers to rule the city through murder, confession said to have been obtained Mr. and !Mrs C. C. Harris and son, Monday after spending several weeksin

and other farm products; reasonably prompt fr4.'i fire and terrorism. The city was Raid from her husband. Police say returned last week from a visit in Morriston.

Florida during the war; appropriations to better marketingone" I by police authorities to be, in war i Mrs. Miller admitted curing for the south Florida. Services at Long Bridge next Saturday -

tions! ; Federal aid for good roads; larger exemption from ,ncme tae; i terms, "an occupied area," with ever) occupants of the bandits' car who r A box supper was given at the club and Sunday. Everybody cordially

obtaining government merchant ships for all Florida ports; better public building and a majority under were supposed to have been woundedby room Monday evening for the benefitof invited.

freight rates on export cargoes to Florida ports; the defeat of a tax construction in various sections under' shots from the policemen's pistols. the Lake Butler baseball team and Lois Moody of Graham in visitingher

on articles of food; the location of a number of shipbuilding plants guard to prevent carrying out of Mrs. Miller also admitted, sitting in the sum of $H5 was realized. After cousin: MiJs Eunice McKinney

army camps and flying fields in Florida during the war; the defeatof anonymous threats to burn the city in conference with labor leaders at which the boxes were sold several speechesby this week ALee

a certain proposed change in express rates on strawberries; several retaliation for the drive of law authorities bombings and attacks were discussed the city candidates were enjoyed. Greene, of Pine Hill, was hero

appropriations for the naval air station at Pensncola; the loca against murders, bombingsand and admitted knowing that explosives Oren Dekle) of Five Mile, visited Sunday.

tion of the submarine base at Key West; the $t O.OO bonus pal, soldiers fires believed to be part of a campaign were kept in her home to be used by relatives in town Sunday. )Horace[( Tyson, of Ruiford, wan hero '

upon being discharged after the war. of some labor leaders against: labor men in their fight against the Misses' !Mae Duke, Ruby Proctor !Monday

Mapy other results obtained by him tould! be mentioned if space the Landis building trades award.A Landis award. Norma Ovklu, Messrs. Kil,I Frnlu.Ii and Mr. and Mrs. U. I D. Johns. and children -

would permit. special guard was placed aroundthe (,11I1"l'nl'eVlliiarns motored to Johns of Pine Hill section, were inhere

Park Trammell will work for the following: county jail when reports were received RED CROSS AIM'KAI( ; town Saturday Saturday.Mr. "a.

Further freight and express rate reduction; the sale of mill'lIlrl'l that a delivery of "Big Tint" Miss! Margaret Dekle, of'Starke, and Mrs. John Brews of Lake

books by railroads; Federal assistance for drainage; leasing of Muscle Murphy, Fred Mader, "Con" Shea and, Prompt response him been mode to spent the week-end with her mother, Butler, were guusU of Mrs. II. J.

Shoals to Henry Ford-spoke in the Senate favoring. this months other labor officials held there on the appeal for $500 to extend relief I Mrs. Ida Dekle.Miss Sapp Sunday. I

ago; more funds for loans to farmers; the Smith-Towner bill, which charges of murder in the recent era work among 75,000 sufferers in the : Lena) Hums, of (;iumcsvillc, Dr. Will, of Starke., was hero Sat

will aid public schools but leaves to the state full control over all of terrorism was planned. flood stricken! area of the Mississippi was a visitor here Friday. urday.

school affairs; a better marketing system; the best of care for disabled Police today searched for unexploded valley, Harry L. Hopkins, manager of : croh: 't, Minter, of Wellington, Tex., C. A. Smith, of )Hawthorne) owner

soldiers; a larger exemption for each person from income tax; a bombs believed to have been placedin the Southern Division. of the American Signie Higgclund, of Marshlield' Wis., of the turpentine plant, wan looking S

law requiring prompt settlement of claims against railroads a $500,000 apartment budding in Ked Cross announced. Saturday. I !Mr. and !Mrs. !M. 13. Crane, of 1 y. vans-, { after business here last week. b

Park Trammell has measures in the Senate covering a number of north Chicago, damaged last night/ by Not only in the South, where Interest viII, were visitors to town Mrs. Carrio! Thomas was u visitorto

these subjects. fire, which' police say was started by in the flood sufferers is naturally i Byrd Martin, of Titimville, WRIt a Sampson Monday, t |J| .\ .'

Park Trammell is opposed to the anti-Iynch bill; the high tariffon terrorists in connection with the Chicago greatest, but in every part of the business visitor here, Saturday.

potash; a miles tax; the merchant marine subsidy; any change in labor war. Another developmenton country, money is coming into local Misses Violet Day, Kthel: Cooper, CIIKISTI\N mUKOI NOTES:

the law that would bring back the liquor traffic-the Bl&loon-by the which authorities concentrated efforts Red Cross chapters for relief among Hazel Van Metre, of Pensiienla: were -<'

installment plan or otherwise. today was the confession said the destitute, homeless and hungry visitors,in town Friday Our attendance ut Bible school is. t k

Trammell asks for re-election on his own record and his own merits by police to have been obtained yes refugees' In the stricken districtn. Although Miss Blanche Christie, of Jacksonville slowly increasing. Come to help dwell I; '

.lie has made no attack on his opponent although his opponenthas terday from Mrs. Margaret Miller, the total amounts so fur con was greeting friends here 1-'rl. our numbers and get the benefit,. of the)

spent considerable time and space in frivilous and absurd criticism I wife of John Miller, now under arrest tributed has not yet been tabulated day. .helpful lessons we are having. I

and attacks on him. The ridiculous : as the alleged driver of the "death that the ,1. H. Hujburn of Miami, was transacting '
indications
criticisms and knocks of his opponent early are responseto I Wa have adopted, a new plan for the

show how hard up he is for ,something! to base his own candidacy -I cor" from which shots were fired killing this appeal will bo generous. I business in town Wednesday.J. forenoon Sunday III.rvil'Ve shall

two policemen early last Wednesday The Red Cross appeal made ; W. Folyat ntid W. M. Vaner. of
upon. I was begin the Bible school at 10:15: study

His opponent! has not,given even one good, reason why Trammell in the labor feud. Police connect through local chapters after the flood l Jacksonville were greeting friends in the lesson in classes an usual, then

should rot be elected to the firing of the building with the serious in recent town this week.A .
a second term in the Senate. situation, most have u 20 minutes talk by the lender,

Certainly Trammell's experience and training in the Senate for labor disorders through a man who years if not in history, became such very sad death occurred in Lake netting forth the great outstanding

one term will enable him to render even a better service during a second warned two women in an adjoining that a fund of $11)0,001)) set aside by Butler Saturday night at the homo of truths of the lesson. This will bo
Mr. and Mrs F. (J. Schell when their
term. building to escape before their building the Red Cross relief measures lucerne/ followed by the communion service, II

Every indication Is that the voters are going to rc-..tet Trammellby I caught fire. He ran down the inadequate to care for the refugees.All beloved .daughter, Thelma, passed, to the whole service to ,bo completed by

a large majority.His steps shouting "To hell with the Lan- contributions are being made thru thu-Greiit Beyond. Her many friendsare lllli, in good time for early dinner.
indeed sad at her death, for to
opponent, according to reports seems no stronger than six dis award. the local chapters of the Red Cross The Sunday, night service will beglu'

years ago when he did not carry a county in the state. The building, damaged by fire with and the money is being applied to actual know her was to love hlr.Ve willoniss at 8 o'l'It..k. The subject of next Sun-

Park Trammell is profoundly grateful to his supporters and will an estimated loss of $100,000, was be- relief work as fast' us it reaches' her day by tiny, and extend to flay night's sermon will b" "Whut If j

sincerely appreciate every vote cast for him on Tuesday, June 6. ing erected under the Landis award, national headquarters. her bereaved parents our sincere and the Devil\ Were to Com to Starker

(Paid Political Adv.) a decision handed down by K M. Lan In the meantime conditions continue ,deepest sympathies. A companion sermon to, the onepreached n
I II i die former federal judge which was Thelma was stricken with influenza,
I to grow more serious and daily an recently on "What if Jesus ;
fever and was confined -
increased number of refugees seek developed typhoid Were to. Come to Starke?"
her bed nix Wl.pkll.11 that a
food and shelter in the six Red Cross to You are most heartily urged to wor-
loving hands! could do to restore her
tent camps that have been established ship with UN. We need you\ and you +

ns close to the flooded regions as is was to no avnil, Odd culling her to need us. We promise you an enjoyable -

practicable. Two special flood committees His own. and worth-while time
The funeral services were held! Sun- 1
directed by Joseph C. Ixigan,
doay at the home, conducted by Itcv.
assistant manager of the Southern I BIIEKirrH 81. .KU I ,
Commercial Division of the Red Cross, and Miss S. S. Proctor, after which the remains .n-l>y nolle* I.l given that I. W. J ICpnr.on. '..4
were laid to rest at Dekle cemetery.The hrlff of Bradford county. Florida, undr
Belle Pike, special Red Cross representative and l>,y virtu of that onrlHln writ of ...cutlnnI.KIICM
the work. grave was covered.with beautiful! d! nut of and. under. th. hand unit oral or j
are administering clnrk or the Clnnll Court' of Bradford, t
the
tokens of the love and
flowers
sympathy !
Fimmnta tVeirmunth.nil .
I aitatniit
County, rlorltlH.
of her friend for the bereavedones. In favor : fruit I Jnln.cl; hf: herhiwhand .
LAKE: ntJT I.En and n.tofrlnI.. A. M Futtlt, and .
fob PrintingCARDS fl..u>., the Sr" day of M... A. I>. IU J'J. will of- .
her death for for ISIS aol. Mil to th. hliltmat and. bee
She leaves to mourn a
Lake Butler, May 2 ... ... cI... i
devoted father and mother, together dr In RI.rk.. IIradl..r" .n'.. FI..rl.
friends, of Mrs. Mott will be glad to Inn the h'MOI hllu. or ...1., on Mlmdav. the .....
with u host of frl< .ndll.MISRI'II tiny of Jun. A. U. 1022. for the purpt_ of.ne.fyina :
learn she is able to return to her homo and Mary Ito-\ laid. .aseutlun. th. fallow/na real ,
after a visit with friends at Pulatkaand Ruby Phillips' ... .... In Itrndford. bounty. h'Inridn towits1eta
rum and John henna motored to the 12nd U and .h. South: IjsIf of Lota .t ta
Dunnellon. I and, U cor m..k 13 In U.ln..wn. Truh".nd
Harris Miss Rcha State Farm Saturday evening a Rev. and Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Dowling) and itendell on the W..t br Cherry elr.rt "n the p
I'ainter and George Coffin of Johns South 10" R..nth .lr..l. .n the North byInn.le
children, and Ezra Stewart: motored to or w. 'r. W...... .n,1 IOn the Ernst b"
town, motored here last week. (church .....1. and front IOn 'berry etrret IS .
hat returned the State Farm Saturday evening. fort .nd runnins East 220 bet to Chureblre
Miss. Marshall Proctor '
Bob King head official of the American .t.
W. J. EPPERSON.'
from Jacksonville where she visited
Fruit Growers, motored to Sturke Rhrrin( of Bradford County, KlurlJa.E. ,
Mrs. N. E. Morrison. M. JOHNS
Tuesday. Attorney fur Plaintiff5-..-*.*
r Miss Lucille Varnes and little sister

Elina, visited Rev. S. S. Proctor NOTICE or ELECTION d
POSTERS NEW HIV Kit: fly the power vat.d In them by the Mkoot ;
w Tuesday. law. of the tata of Florida. the .board of puhllo ,- I ,
Miss Norma Dekle returned. to her Inatruetlnn of llradfonl Bounty. Florida.hvrvby I J,
ENVELOPES Nek River, May 2(1.( -Among those. ordflnt atoationa to ba hM, In the following -
home Tuesday evening( after a visit dlatrlBta on the Ird day of J...... A. P. '
who spent Sunday at Sampson were 10'12. for the pur""" of alaetlnir th.... true- fit
Proc-
BILL HEADS with her grandfather, Rev. S. S. Onie Rivers, Alphie, lye and Minnie t*.a ahd dwtarmlna. tha amount of mlllaaw t0ba ,;+'
home by oct
She accompanied weee I
tor. was
Hodges, Everett Renfroe, Eunice Melt For tha purpose of holdlnv ....1 .Iretba) !.
Misses' Lucille Varjies and! Ruby Proc Dlitrlat No. .. Lana; Brldaa. th* fullowlM) In.ppBtora 9
NOTE HEADS mey. Lois Moody, W.I.. Hodrfcs. are appolntad i B. C. Crawa, i, K.Ailblna. .
tor.Theo. G. W. Andrew. and Leon Thomas : B. P. Itonfraa.Kor .
Pmkston and .son, of Dukes, the pnrtMiaa of holdlnir old tatloai !a
WINDOW CARDS were visitors to Olustee Sunday. DUtrlct No .. Pine IIIII. the followlna Intora .._ ,,o
was in town Tuesday. appolntadi I. W. Plntwkitajr.
Ar- Mrs. H. B. Kerce, of Olustee, is A. I* (j.r-'l: fl. Rurraney.
and
SHIPPING TAGS Mrs. Forrest Drawdy son, this week hero with her For the purpoaa of holding' aahl alaBtloa la.Dlatrlvt
dell of Five Mile made a business spending No. 96. Lawtoy. the following I laapnetora ,
mother, Mrs. J. Thomas. h... bn appointed t J... Godwin,
HEADS trip to town Monday. J. U llamll. ilan Ko-...
LETTER A large crowd attended the party U. B. WIGOtxa,
<.. Marvin Duggar: of Johnstown, wastransacting SU4t.2 __.
lit K. J. Turners Friday night.
business in town Tues
W. M. Hodges was a business visitor NOTICE OF BPKCtAL KLBCTION
day. Mayor, proalamatlon. aalllna an ...* *.. v
to Starke last week. for the purpoaa of voting an see qtMatto afbatilna
C' Dewey Duke and sister, Mm, Mae, Mr. and Mrs L. L. Renfroe wereVisiting bi>nd* for the naonatraellon .** _- t '
in town Saturday lamina the' W.ur Work. sad F.laBtrl Lirh.
of Five Mile were / her parent in the Vander- fiat of ,... Town of Stark. FJurI....
afternoon. Not tea .la hereby give that amWr aa4 kyvlrtua
tr hilt section Saturday and Sunday. of authority vaaud In m. aa Maro W '
Asia: Loadholtz spent Monday In Cecil Adams was hero last week on the Town of "..rk.. frlorlda.. I hanky. eau a '! .
Jacksonville.Mr. .._1.1 laton| of the qualllUil. "oUn of old
business. town to .bo .hld at the fawn Hall la aaMTowa.
and Mrs. J. W Crabb of Jacksonville on Thu......, the lat day af J...... A*
Johnson Tommie Dekla and Percy Riven, of I>, teat, to <.........In. the quaitlon of 1 laiwlaaTThlrty
.. are guests of Jesse Lake Butler were here Saturday. ..'lx Thu.uaiul Dollar bond af aaM
week. Town for the verpa..5 raaaiutruatlai sea
thin .anlantln the Watar Work and dxtrl: Lllht
Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Wednes A TUNIC Plant o? the Town af Stark. Florida aaM
! attending bonds to ba issued In denomination af 11._
Jacksonville
; BradfordCounty day and Thursday In Or.v.'. T........ chill Toalc fetor. aali and to be dua aerially bratnnlna..;.July t.
the Southern Baptist Convtontion. l U'. and to bur interest at the of aia
I Energy and Vitality by Purifying and par annum par annum, payable .ml-annunlty
and the lnpeatora af said election are F. A.
Enriching: ; the Blood. When you feel Itatwen.tbenlalavt.tln Hoott, O. M. Hletrank and J. M. Alvam, set
I Jimmie Nessmlth, of Dukes, mo- ( effect.Me bow T. N. Kendrlak to set a* alark.. .
In teatlmony whereof. t haw .hereunto ....-
Thursday
tored to town It bring color to the cheek and howit ..rl_ my name and awed the aeal .f tar.
Willie Bielling, of Providence, was Improve the appetite fill then aid Town to .hmto ba .dla"'. this. the I4taj
; you
day of April A. D. IVU.U .
In town Thursday afternoon. appreciate lu true tonic "*.Iue.Grove' I A. DAVIS. JR.
Crews has recently Mayor of the Town of Burke. .", rioll.
Mr Matilda
Tastele chill Tonic U limply A Steel I
moved to the Brown cottage and Mr. Iron snd Quinine impended in syrup So C. A. FUTCn 8al>

7 and Mrs. John Irvin Dekle are occupying ple.sant even children like It. The bloodneed. Clrk. 4a.f54aIis
elegraphSTARKE.
the Pinholater cottage.A QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
normal school opened Monday in Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs andC.iP' No Worn M a .....Uty Child rAJlcbDd.

by It* Strengthening Invlgor ... troabled with Warn hoe I. aa-
Carrie
C. C. ,
school building
the high .
sang Effect JOe.rj. hslibreola.rbk ) todkntaa POM Mood.aa4 a*
principal. rule. then la mora car lee Moraara dlamraaaga.GKOVE .
FLORIDA- Williams 'S TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC' (l aa .>-
I Ed Fralick and Clarence mars. .te..adII teiee lady Jar two w three *-. will orteh tltaMoad.lmprova .
1of Providence, motored to town Sat- -
ratot vitality eoc jnr.y by purtfyte* sad" anloa' tool"to...wbola.,_ Wawre will them
urday. rlchlntf" the boat You ;ao mm foal lu ttrwwr throw off or dUoel. the worm* ..d....CItUcl.III....
Mrs. Barnes returned to her horn mat. /0vyiestlta loaf: r.",* MX la perfect. ._...- ........to ...*,.He pat buula..
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BRADFORD COUNTY TBLKIRAPH STARKK.: FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 26 1922.

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-- ness! visitor here this week. here attended the speaking at Worthington sonville, were transacting business in 'W

Thursday town Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Perry have liSth..ir
m: 1 Carl; and Wilbur Brown motored, to \ Am/ontf the party from here that enjoyed -
i truest this week, Mrs. Perry'sbrother \
Lake Butler niffht. fish at Kingsley lake Fri-
of Saturday a fry ,; '
Oltie, Manning, and family,
Murray Thomas made a business! day night were !Mrs.! II. C. Wimbcrlv, I
Tampa. ), : .
Items
County News Miss Emma Hicks and :Mr.and, MrsM. trip to Gainesville Saturday. Misses Beth and l Winifred Wimberly, tI
Waldo Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Ethel Ricks George Parker and !Max :
L. Watterson motored to
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Providence, visited. relatives in this Wimberly. They were joined by Misses .1J.
Sunday.Mr.
I.l.r.atlnj feet Gathered Durant the Week by Our and Mrs. A. C. links were bus. community Sunday I Emma Strickland, Myrtle Strick 1, ,

Regular Corre.ponden i.MP.SON mess visitors to Starke :Monday Seeber Stokes visited friends in the land, Broward, Clayton and trow I

Lake Butler section Saturday night Strickland, of Kingsley
I Mrs. t. J. Priest is pl'ndinj.thi!<
!! \
I John ScalY, of nukeM. visited friends Rev. James Conway, of Green Cove
.- week with friends and relatives at
(
1 here Sunday afternoon I Springs\ held regular services' ut the
i. S.\ ('ll'Y SOIl' Brooker. i I Dr. J. M. :Mann of Lake Butler, Baptist church Saturday and Suncla.Messrs. .\'.
i Mr and Mrs K. C. Williams are Mrs. DeWitt and son, of Jacksonville -
made professional visit here Satur ; :\ Pasco und Jeff Griffis wenvisitors "
'1 1 Sampson, City, !May :20( :Messrs.. W ;spending, several days with hill parents visited her (cousins, Mrs' A. A.I I] day. to Lawtey, Saturday I'I'

II. Smith Fred Denver, T. V. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of Lake I McDonald and, Mrs A. A. Durden I and ) This Buffalo
I : :Misses Grace Pritchard Joyce I. N. Starling, of high Springs: is What PhysicianHas
and Ray Goodge; wore visiti.is Butler I this week.O. I, Edwards, (if Bland, attended church visiting his brother, S..1. Starling.' 'I [Done for l ; ,
to Starke Thursday Leslie] Futeh has been the (guest of i K. Prince, of Tampa, visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and !Mrs. Robert L Crews and Humanity .
Mr. and I Mrs. G. W. and friends here this week.Among j The 1'1,1111'1', which ftl..I.' .. I.. ,,
his
I':. Hunt and little son, grandparents
:MrsV. (
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brooks children, of Hampton, spent Sunday ,
t those who attended the railroad Di. l'i, '0.01 I U.iflan. N. \ u I \
Preston, of Jin ksonville, are visitingher Alderman, of Ktarko. I Thursday, May HUh, a son. here, guests of l"1.: Crews and fam- in I ''Hi .is a niiig' ; man Di' I' :
brother, 1\1. H Hams.Mr. Mrs F K:. Henry wan a business picnic 1 at Valdosta Saturday were T. II Waters was a business visitor ily. pr.I'I",1, i iiami 'dicino" ill lVnn.-\ ,\ I "

and Mrs.V.. If. Smith motored visitor to Jacksonville Monday P. 15, Hunt and family, W. R. Jackson to Lake Butler Saturday afternoon Miss Maggie Crows and little MHS 1 gas Ui">\MI (far and vviib 'i ''I, I 1'),
4 and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. trial: Micro: H m alli-vlilting' to Hampton Sunday.L. R. I I.. Crews and family visited relatives Earle Peeplea, a student of the hazel Crows spent Saturday visiting I 1
HIM cu: I II' moved to Buffalo a"i I 'I i t
Emily 'j.
.. I.... Johns was n visitor to Broolccr and friends at Highland Sat Williams, Mrs. B. H Loflin, Miss versity, spent the week-end with uni'j r in Starke. in n .ph'i ti> II..H form, 'I), I. "'f
Saturdl '. Haynes and Elizabeth)j Douglass i iI :Mi'ilic.il, till'I' :, )
!) urday and Sunday folks. Mr. and Mrs: J, L Strickland] andMiss Difcoveiv I I ,".
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Mania sad Jesse Ogden of. Graham Cecil Moore, of Theressa, visited I :Sirs L. G. Johns has been the guests j :Mr.\ and :Mrs. J. BieHing1, of Providence : Eliza Strickland and :Masters tunic', I >'I' iiiude'the, blniid.from;,; ) fniin Tin,, -"' 1 1hnl'dtr '
'is u i e
attended I Dyal-Hrown wed, friends here Sunday. of her sister at Hawthorne t j was the truest of Mr. and :Mrs. Aloruo, Leonard l and Caleb Strickland !Dl'. 1'",)irr! found. IIIOM ,icli'i ". \

f dint hero Sunday. :Mrs W. B. Roper, of Jacksonville, :Miss Krmn Johns has as her truest ', W. I.. Douglass Sunday.Ilujrhoy attended the Baptist convention in .. IM rs of i tl.u bloiul. ll ialculinl ",.'

Volley MtfKinney.. one of thu University visited her mother, :Mrs nisie Spark- i this w..l.klilM: Lucile Johns, of Sistrunk, of :Mt.\ Tabor, attended .Jacksonville last week and were the and ii mi cMni .'. iI

\\1' students! aL Gainesville, spent man, this week. Sturke. church here Sunday nifrht. guests of relatives while there.In I I ptnti Hint' .
th> weekend with friends and( relatives :Mr. Nelson. of Live OaTi, was ft visitor 1 I..ham Brown of Bland, is visiting: spite of the dry weather that has I blond tit, \' .'"Wl'aI'I'r.:ahtl n t t"n

I here Tuesday attrading relatives here this week. prevailed! for the east two months, follow, if Vi .u tnt"', HiIX'ni ', I

S. I J. !Long, <>f Sparks, Oa.! was avfsltor F. K: Henry motored to Lake City I : :Mr. :Morris, of Gainesville, was hereon quite n good many green beans have ,'" Dr: \Pie-1: .t, .1 I .I I.. II i iDiieovnv II

I I here Sunday f'ullliay. of Starke, were visiting friends here business' last week. been grown and shipments have been .iv. m,,{ "I'lIpll"11 cleiin! nvI"nil i I 1 'pi'aim I- p I
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G, Lynk lllinniH. or Gainesville, spent( W. 1 Pw Alexander, J. H. I'ollard and I I Sunday. heavy until this week, the growers (the "I.It'XiUI, .Ili-ll. / III I i n: n. ,
the week In town with friends.. Arthur Wilson were business visitor'' ..Jolhualnd/ Robert flicks, of Ala- hilt; LAND: I preferring 1 ( to let them stay on the I Diivi' ; c-irii it'll. n .
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;,: Airs C. Harris ban returned homo to Staike Tuesday.Dr. I chun county have been the guests of hushes than accept the low prices. offend ... i.' .;I'. ',1. iL/h, :.. *. ... }
!J from Brookor where t she spent two > W. I B.! Parka has ve.'nI professional their father Ely Hicks, who is very Ilil'hlandIIIY[ ; 2W.( :M. '. mbl.'r- for them i.'i"1.. .u: /lir) P1, <

weeks, with her ..sister., visitor. to 1Valdu.It. :j jI Kick at this writing. 1 y returned Thursday from a trip to It...ii I r1 i ;shoal', N. 1 ,"'i.l,. I
A pretty hume wielding was solemnized I I >I. \"'. Moore. of Thcrt'HHii, is ship-1 Arthur Wilson of Georgia, i iM 'the ':;rampli| ) and :Mulberry., I l'I )1'I.I:11110IIIIN'T'I'IIINK: : ConlUletil'al: medical, 11,11 ,o,' .1 .". .

I I Sunday at three o'clock! nt the ping tomatoes! from Hampton this guest of his undo, W. B. Alexander, Miss: Delia Clanchard, Albert Jen- char tablets';e.or liquid.All druggists beudlhuturusly-) 'I.- 1 I' -,r ;

homo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown, week., tl I IIJr. this week. i zings and !Lorene Marr, of Lawtey, A fellow walked along the mnin ..-- -- -- 'I

when their only and attractive daughter l und :Mrs. W. 1:. Viddleton, of -- \k'ere victors here Friday. street the other day reading a news that adds. to the rubbish that iluti.

Nona, became/ the bride of TruliyDyal. taike, were here Tuesilay. :\111.um 'I Miss Ollie :Marr visited relatives at I paper. Suddenly he tossed the paper up a town and renders the latin' .,i: .'
i Supt. 11. 15. Wiggins, of Staike' wn'a Lawtey several clays last week. into I the street and continued his jour- less attractive.It .

The bride t never looked] lovelier) than visitor here this week. Miller, :May 2
i ; in her wedding, dross of white satin.A Trilby 1'inholster, of Itrooker was I filled l his regular appointment at the ( ... 6tu: .! i* Fkida\. housewife opened a can of toma- nothing less.pure But continued/ thoii' I.i IiI;
sumptuous dinner was/ H.rv'dIt here on business this week Free Will Baptist church Saturdays '.1. I Daud L,.",. visited her toes. The empty can found its way u i
( .bter'l lessness of this kind on the of
the noon hour. The ceremony was : Kev. liurke, of Waldo' will 'prilh( and Sunday. i i Bars. John Hall, in Jacksonville into the back alley.A of the pail .
majority population ,
performed" by, liev.I Crosby! of Maike. at the !Methodist chinch next Sunday A very beautiful home wt'lt.linj.WII'\ '" I! of last week. young couple riding aimlessly] can ."> :'. ;
Mr. Dvnl is a popular young man I lot' I p. m. solemnized Thursday afternoon( at I :Miss Grace Padfiett and }{i'har,1Lanll I along I engrossed in themselves and junk make heap.Our any. town resemble a d h.--< ,'t." 41a t.!

of the Graham' section and both hl'l I I.. I It. Kal<-h was a business visitorto the home of :Mr.\ and Mrs. J. S. Brown > surprised their friends Sunday the candy/ they were eating. The box town; and people do-,. .
our
IN.something
and his bride, have a large circle of Graham and Louise Saturday. when their daughter, Mabel 1, was married b.v motoring to Starke and getting\ was dropped onto the street.A 1- better.

friends, who will join In wHung them i iI .McKinney: of (iraham, was attending to Kurie: Spires The bride is one married Both arc quite popular farmer's horse cast a shoe in I the Will do ?

n bug, happy life I \ to business here Tuesday., of the most popular young ladies of'' young ,people and much happiness! is street. A bystander picked it up and you your part IThe I

1 They left in the afternoon. for (ira I ;Bars Kquilla: \ Dixon and :Mrs. KiloyWasdm this community. She was one of the i wished t h'm.IiMII:\ Irene Wilkinson, tossed' it into a vacant lot. .

r ham where they will make their homer of (irahain, were shopping i successful teachers of the Lake Butler I accompanied them to Starke! and wit- I A convivial spirit edged into a corner richer a man gets. the !poon i

with the 'groom's parents, Mr. and'' here this week ugh "1'ho..l.olr.: Spires holds a responsible n"cdth., ceremony and downed his last swig, and he feels. in his greed" for more I '

Mrs! Oftenr \Dval. .1. H. Saxon has hail, a sin ill I huildiiiIT position in a bank at Cocoa.Pluir / Mrs Robert :Nolan' ) and children and I down went the bottle. The fellow who is up to date. today: 1

I II erected on his property on :Main many friends. wish thorn n long, :Miss. Hstelle Lamer. were visitors to And so it goes on from day to day makes the dates for tomorrow \

\MPION: : |; ,street whuh will be used for a 'fish. happy and prosperous life They will Starke SlItlll'lluli": Lamer closed and from yeii, to year, and so it has I,

i and l meat market It will lie operated make their home at Cocoa. a short term of school] at Duck been going since mankind learned to When the unexpected happens! e \

Hampton! :Stay; Zit.Master<1 "I'ugenolUnrv I b.v, H .1. ('ri""", Mrs J. M. Mott, of Lake Butler, is., Pond school house Fridaylntl returned enjoy the luxuries of life ervbodv expected it to do so

of Hampton, left :Monda..for. [ Alvmasdin, of Graham, was visiting ,I \isitiim' her patents Mr. and :Mrs..I'' to her home near :MiddlchurK\ Sat A little thing tossed into the discard, I

I Key1Vest: where he will spend several: / \ friends, here Sund:ty. I "land: Thomas. ,iircla.v lere---another there-something somewhere ;' Patience is a virtue until it is' tarried

weeks with his aunt, :\11'". .1. M. Wll- I 11. \'. Knott, Valdosta, is a lni i- A /good many of the people, front C. :M. Click and J. King/ of Jack .lqe-but always something I' beyond bounds..

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