Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02164
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9+ PILORIDA SENroo \ i,I. BOY, SCOUT BANQUETIt ; Program Is Moving I Hnlloontt, and Aeroplanes_ have Kept i r I.I GOVERNOR; : FINDS NO CAUSH

FIRST TO COME OUT !I> Thing" "Looking I'p" I'onCTIO ON: It EM: OVAL

JUTE STAND ; was a groat banquet. Everyone it

TION OF FRENCH IN there said so, and the..way in which Forward Rapidly I Thu following letter has been received -
'i' some on the outside gazed In, it look-' All things come to those who wait, I
i, GERMANY LIVE UP by County Judge U. A. Gre m;
ed as if they were aware that something goes the Haying. Some years ago tho ,
i' ISES !MADE IN --- TallallaMllt'e, Fla.,
TREATY. great was going on In Turner's MACHINERY -AND MULES SOONt HOY PROFESSIONAL STOW kids waited patiently for an elephantto I1 Feb \1), 11)23.)

.1 Cafe: Anyway, it was great to see TO BE PLACED ON SI'HE1'CIlDBTWEK'I WAY IN TAMPA: FROM\ FRANCETampa come to Starke, so they could see Judge R. A. Green, ,I
I how it looked. Then of u sudden I three I
what fine lot of "table finishers"those .
a LAWI I Starke Fla.
Feb. ---
Washington, 14.- / STARKE AND I lof the animals mudo their
Scouts are. But their dads were I It'b. 10.-Marcel Allan 15- appearancehere Hoar Sir:
Wu "on the fence" policy TEY-WORK ON ROAD TO LONG ,
week and lot
boon i assumed by most of not fur behind them in tho art. BRIDGE WILL SHORTLY BE year old boy from, La Havre, France, stayed a were I have gone Into the charges which'
to wander the town anti
over our
,and representatives In !! There were about sixty .who sat UNDER WAY. i i is back again in the Tampa city jail I busy telling thorn to "movo cops on" have been submitted against you, also
yarding France's down! to one of the most sumptuous I tempoiarily.Marcel\ J the matter filed in your defenna.
when they obstructed the sidewalks.
i'iltnhr, in her attempt to and heft prepared! banquets ever given Bradford county's road improve-i in .spite of his youth might I Then wo waited for aerial exhibitions This 1 U to advise that no executive order

in Starke. I be classified in a business directory' I upon tho charges submitted l wiU
,Germans paySenator | tnent is beginning to move
( ; program Ys
week balloon
till last arrived
!! u man -
13th anniversary !
The occasion tho
,Fletcher, of Florida in a j i{ was forward rapidly. The force of state us u professional stowaway. He arrived and wo learned all about parachute : bo executedlooking towards your ,,

more the senate takes a [ of the Boy Scouts of America convicts under Captain J. S. McNeil yesterday ut Port Tampa on thaMcumshi dropping. Ho decided to remain suspension it
'" '' l and in honor of the birthday of > City of Fuirbury, havIng"Lmvl'd Very truly yours,
;ort of the drastic has completed the work of stumping | I here this week also, and we have +
this worthy organization, the men of himself I before the bhlp | C.RlIAnUl< I':.
.am being employed and and grubbing State Aid \Houd No. 102 away '
had daily exhibitions.
the Baptist church gave the banquet.Of Bailed from I.o Havre. This letter was the of a bM''
fhes i of some of those between Starke and Lawtey, and the I Hut Monday was tho gala day, for sequence
;>k1g Boats in congress to course the good luflies of the I! work of oponhig the ditches along the The little hid seems to like Tampa, then we had aeroplane exhibitions petition for Judge (Grupn's; suspension, ; .

Ltnerietins may have an l church prepared the edibles and this I>i right of way is now in progress. This laying, ; como hero once before, n yearor and of citizens) had or reniovul, sent the governor sometime
: our
was done in a way worthy of the best | so in the sumo manner: on many jippor- ago by some who wore dissatisfied
[notion of America's work 1 id being rushed along at a most ago tunity to lm>k at planes lit close I
efforts of n French chef. And not i the steamship Jlegira. The present 1 with soma of the jingo's, rulings.A .
rropean affairs. Senator I satisfactory rate and in ten days or
range, nay better still take a lit
[\among the first? of public (\\ only was it well prepared! and daintily ||: two weeks Captain 'MeMeil will be trip i.s >fI:11: to be his third voyage to 'em. Lieutenant Hurt Smith u well counter petition by his friends wan
>served there was plenty of it. One j America and his fifth hip on an also forwarded and tills Doomed! to
Hake n definite stand on the I I ready to start work with mules nndI known flyer hvoiiitlit his fine pianos
of the men afterwards declared that I I American ship, his seagoing career liaMt had tho most weight with the
of them .
most K'rndmg machinery.The
[ 1 I within the reach of Starkites, having"
\" be i wishy-washy in the hope ha had attended banquets that coat county is to supply the mules having bi-irun nt the tender! ago of selected the 1 1'. I', Ciinovn; farms on /governor Judge Green feels very
as high as five dollars a plate, and twelve or thirteen '' grateful to those who si loyally stood
r'itig the support of their and! machinery.: The necessary machinery Y'UI'S.On (ho Sanderson read, nbciut two miles!
then went home to get something to his first tour to Tnmpti, while by him and' assures them of his appreciation.
who think ordered days
may one way or was some ago northwest of SUiKc, as Ills Held.I .
eat. Nobody felt that way on Fri- registered at the city jail due to his I .
"We know that Ger by the bond trustees anj on Mondayafternoon I Tho most of our citizens who could

[ately and with malice day night. J. Wl Andrews, Sr., and youthful slenderness\ and! flexibility I i spare the time, went to view the novel .- i
'F' i The guests were Mayor C. L. Peek, 1Iu'celVUI< able to through WOMAN'S CLUB MKETIM WKMNKSDAY -
[put the supremacy of \V. E. Torudo, a member of the board squeeze / sight of the machines and their startlog. ,
J. L. Peek and N. B. Hull. It
Captain jail barn and was discovered by officers A"'I'I" ltNN(
fardy and imperiled free left for St. Louis, Mo., with instructions and landing Some stunts were
ia said I in that the first word I
I Europe perched oiitsulu of the window '
[everywhere said the |! to purchase thirty-four head of
: I shown, such ns looping\\ the loop", nosedives
?tor, "and by her I', an American" baby says is: "SpeechISpeech I heavy draft mules. It is expected just about to drop to the ground and tail spins, otc., Then the spectators The Woman's Club held their r"gular -

;, |.*ion showed she We arc accredited with !that he mules will reach Starke by el\cltpe. He is a' little larger and I were solicited fur rides, ,at $."5 meeting Wednesday afternoon at;
i i growing lusty on speeches. So we had thicker nt present. the club house.
fright nor obligation. I I IJ the latter part of next week. They were immediately "up in
'I i: to have some speeches, or it would lrom.1' Young Monsieur Allan said last Il'er. The house was called to order by
"It is true that happened The State Uoad.Department i
.... I (the air" about whether to accept the
I I'. not' have been a gathering of Americans night that both his parents were dead Mrs. N. IX Wainwright, president, and
,autocratic power of the ;ifps to increase the number of convicts invitation or not Some were fearful'
especially after a banquet. And He stated that he wan' well treated on after regular business routine.., plans
jjlerns, her then just as fast as they can be worked that their hearts! would go back on
all the speeches were well delivered the steamship. lie was put tu workto were discussed regarding the Tri- r
merits to advantage.' With increased
l thought an them with fatal consequences others
Th"It and to the point. In well chosen earn his his duties being federation and Fifth Sectional meeting ;
is now claimed the umber of men and the addition of passage/ that their hair would turn permanent
words, Mayor :Peek spoke of the value those of washing dishes. As he Is not I to be held here February 2Hth.
not: machinery and teams the work will I
ple were responsible I, sOft and upstanding, others thiu u I Fatal -
j of boy life to the community and American citizen when the City Thn following committees wore -
an appointed
,jags i of the militaristic I move rapidly from now on. | accident would, happen to the plane
challenged the Scouts to a fulfillment of sails Marcel, will be taken I to make arrangements for the
trol I but the other hand I'I The Bryson Live Stock Company,
> on 1, At last! Col. C. L. Peck; major of
of the hopes their elders had in them. along to return to Europe whereho event, which is looked forward to
observed that successful bidders for the improvement
Jgenerally; !Sturke, decided. to rl u 'M',1 1 1'''" rile'
Captain Peek, in a soldierly way, con- will doubtless await the next with much enthusiasm:
much evidence of work on the road from Starketo opportunity
j seen | .. and. to have the pleasure of seeing
gratulated them upon their fine mill- to the world. Luncheon committee, Mesdames J.
[missions of the Union county line at the see .
wrong nor how his beloved bailiwick/ appeared asa
tary appearance, and spoke of the I Peek )'. K. W. I.. Wall
Ciinovn ,
of i will work within *
[apology on the part { Long Bridge begin ; birdscye view. So he took a rile.The .
I I value to them ,of the training they |.1 J. II. Kitch.
next days.
people. the
starting was HO
j, were receiving in loyalty and obedlI easy Entertainment: Mrs. A. /. Adklns,
A outfit for use'In' i
Evades Fulfilling pile driving construction colonel knew nothing before he was
Rev. T. J. Hedges 'and F. C.
"They see their I ence. of bridges has been pur Weevil to Be Discussed in Starku The course wits toward rfiairman.llocirrntioiiH.
away up.)
lands, canals, railroads, Hoover/ followed with spicy and ap- chased and will be on the ,:r.. i id,l men Today Friday) Stark, and n height of 2000: ( feet was Mrs. O. I* Heasley,
pealing addresses. 'I Mrs. \\0;. M. Johns and Miss llfld
Creosoted lumber has been Hy.'d
Mustries all intact, and I > BOOH roiiclu'il., The speed wan at tlnios.at
|seems to bo rather Last but not least, came ScoutMaster for the bridges on the ran,I 'rain Today, Friday, representatives of the rale of 110 miles an hour and Struth. .

' \\'m. feeling not of guilt but II. I.. Brownlee, beaming from Starke to Lawtey, and the bridges! the State I'lunt Board, and Agrlcul- I j the wind fiercer' than tornadoes HO-| Musical program, Mrs K.: K. ferry
foot he looked the
head to
consolation i that, while as upon along this stretch of road will ->i.>itlv trral }Extension Division of the University I dom reach nearly rubbed' the skin ofrcolonel's timn. t
boys of whom he is so proud; and the : I A vut'nI"lo! by, !Mrs. Florence Powell
be under construction. of Florida will explain to the
of the
i make a success ( the face. The roar of the
really lost!! but little and greeting given him by the troop when I Surveys for the lino between Starke:; farmers the method, cost and resultsof I wind, and the 150 horsepower enginewas with Mrs. A /. AllI ins ice accompanist "

:, good reason why they he rose to speak, was convincing evi- and Hampton are now being made. bull weevil control, according to an terrific. Slnrko appeared like n : was enjoyed by all. '
dence of the affection they have for ,
TIll club hits us new monitors the
As this line is definitely located effective method lately discovered.
to restitution. They seem soon as map The distance straightened out
f to evado him. the connecting link of the The mooting will be held at the court I : following: Memlames Everett Miner,
| foctly willing crooks so that the many Holds, yards,
: 1 The thoughtfulnes sof Mrs. A. M. Klnier: Lazonc 1'. F.. Johns, Misses ,
Brooker road from L. farm house at 2 (I ,
what they have agreed to Wynn's p. m. I gardens presented, an appearance( ) of i iI
'tar'I. mother of one of the Scouts,
Darby Inez Moitt Josephine
Florence Matthews
"President Wilson's will be located, and will then be ready If the boll weevil can he controlled regularity that.hoy< do not possess in

kit the armistice and that led her to prepare a large birthday for further attention. -nnd the speakers will tell how it :I reullty. The water, tank looked like I! ) I'viinson\ Margaret Long, Audrey I
coke which thirteen candles
upon Johns and Clara Man Khcpuni.
' wuiary for the allied can be done cotton growing will yet}a fence post painted I black.I The passenger ,
were placed, and after lighting the members Messrs II. M. !
i ,i Berlin and saved Germany BANICI.OSEU 22nd 1 prove profitable. If you intend planting : then iwi'kfil 1 west. There were
candles the cake was cut and a piece I K.: R. Nelf O. L. Ileiisley W.
effects of an invasion by Bank of Starke and Bradford Coun the staple you cuunot afford to Sampson:; Crosby and !Unwell lakes I
the mother of each Scout. '
sent to
Bank will be closed of miss this opportunity to learn how to M. Wulnwrlght, Hobt. Demorest, W.
[ nies; but he only got the ty Thursday just like a big anti two small eggs Ina
> vilest denunciation from Through Thomas Limbaugh, I I next week tha 22nd inst., the day be-'j do it safely. nest. Klngsloy lake seemed like n A. ISfSuvnt, W. I K. Davis, Mnrcua. \ I
Scouts offered a vote of thanks to the I' Brown, J. K.'Corponing, J. J, Truby, \
home and in America I Ing a legal holiday. Transact your :, I blot of blue paint and Bluu pond and
i men of the church for the banquet, J. L. I'eiik (I. A. Collins and II. II. I
!Mrs. T J. Griffin wont to Olusteo ,
May Not Be So j I urgent business with the banks the Stevens lake looked, like two drops of
and to the ladies for their part in
"Ilia broad liberality making it such a success. Dr. Bullen,I I day before. Sunday to visit relatives. quicksilver. The experience, was well Young. h

L with the whole subject worth the trip and the interesting /Iw
who acted as toastmaster, then called AUCTION: HltlDGK) .PARTY'
I i} many was rewarded by !! sights took away four. All too soon ,
on all to rise and sing, "My Country, ]
i lack of appreciation and UNEMPOYMENT THROUGHOUTCOUNTRY the aeroplane( landed on terra firma
I "'Tis of Thee, after which Rev. L. W. Mr and Mrs. Edward: Hums entertained il
isosity. I I II again.
[ Kickliter pronounced the benediction. charmingly by giving un auoLion
"The manner in which The experiences of Colonel,) Peek
treated I IS FAST GOINGImproved himself but bridge party Thursday ev.'nlnlfIt
> fieials! and people have not heen toM us by
TilE their homo on West Mudisoa
Wilson might well cause wo presume Oii'y were the same as .
\ before tendering our good I I -- others who niado the flight. "

I ',. the present situation. i j Strawberries-are coming in ever in- Industrial Conditions, Mild highly skilled mechanics: and success.ful The' small boy of Stnrke l Is hover 1 If. II. Yn'intr: mrulo the highest scoreamong

"The truth is, I do not ; I' creasing quantities. The Klondykes Weather and More Work Noted executives.! left afoot when he wants n ride In an the gentlemen, and received! asa

Germany, England, are ripening fast anti the height of a The possibility of u labor turnoverin automobile, and thus every kid In prize u deck of cards.: Tha ladles'

attach very much the shipping season will BOOB, bo hern. Bread lines throughout the United Hbjni other sections is the only relief town had a chance to sea the show. prize was won by Mrs. J. M. Mitch- .I

Lnited States. They look But of late the prices have been rather States have been nearly eliminatedand from the stalled. labor shortagein Those who could l not go to the field nil and she was presented with a act

]. sew, inexperienced and low, ranging around $:; per bushal. unemployment greatly reduced Pennsylvania it is said. Efforts could see the stunts from the streetsof of card table numbers in shape of

to deal with large This on account of being too wateryto this winter according; to reports from lire being/ put forth by stata employment town. clubs' diamond"'r, hearts and sI\III.)

stand shipment to faraway points. the federal of labor from officials to stabilize the labor situation Mrs. J. L. Peek m.tde low score, ..
suspect!;, that we have an department Those whet} made. uuroplnno) IUlel'nI I
notion of our supposed I> It is confidently expected however, state labor departments, industrial ffi, Pennsylvania through clearance sions; were: Has Urinson, G. Kirk Suited:! pecans were placed on the

Fa rrope." that in a few days the berries will commission! employers' associations from cities like Scranton,'where Lewis. Col. C. I* Peek, M. I. Jyhns, I card l tabled nnd after tho 'game the

get over the effects of tho lain rains 1 I and employment bureaus. ImprovedIndustrial there is a surplus of common labor, Charlie Johns, II. C. Wall, Lucy Rljt-; i?>steel served fruit gelatine and

MOONSHINERS IN and harden up again. Since our last'I conditions, mild weather, to Johnstown, where there is a slight don, II. L. Ilrownle-e, Hamilton hitch, cake. t

writing, three refrigerator cars loaded and much outdoor work for( common I shortage. Herman Poston, Taut Cunova, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Durns' guests were .

"" 0 Stills Captured by with berries have been sent off; labor all have: contributed to bringing i'j( Colored workers from the South aro Herbert Hitch S. I.. Peek, Truby Mr. nnd :Mrs. It. It.[ Y.ounlt. 1>lr. and \
there would have been but for Mrs. J. L. I'eek' Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
cers Near more ( the employment situation back toward beginning to migrate northward, and Newmans Barney McRae, Warren '"I

the softness of the fruit. a normal status. I thereby causing a new anglo In thi Perkins Joseph Thomas. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Koblnsoa

Last Thursday Sheriff Advices from the strawberry centers This improvement is borne out in I I employment situation. The depression The following) Indies, were intrepid Mrs. Nello llu.jhos and, Mrs 1,'. L. ;

Deputy Baisdqn: went out of Louisiana say that the recent the classified advertisements In news- in tho cotton industry.last year, enough to make the trip: Turner. 9

cold wave, which passed us by, was cities where I|I with Inducements. offered by 4
west of Brooker to the papers in the larger ,j I together Mrs. Florence Powell, Mrs. Vivirette -

Shaw and about 300( very Injurious to the berries and there has been a marked shrinkage In many northern employers) are !given Lewis, Miss Katie Belle Green, CAKI OF THANK!

house, on Santa Fe river bloom there, and that It will be six the "situation wanted" advertisements as tha principal causes for thIs ml- Miss Iris Epperson, Miss Eunice; Per !

moke ascend from the I I weeks before the Louisianians can and an increase in the "help gration. kins. We warmly thank the people of the

going there they found begin: to ship again. This means tbat wanted" columns. The northwest" reports a demand Wateronk section for their help and

operation, one by Clyde for some time yet Florida !growers New York City's bread line has! van : for lumberjacks, with a considerable MASON-fiREEN kindness to us during our rcfont be- f

and one by Ras DloJod will receive good prices for their fished and the municipal lodging/ house I''call' also fur buiHding workers and reavement, also for tho beautiful,

Both were arrested and product.) is now adequate to meet all demands.The I I common laborers. Farmers through- flowers fer decoration got tho grave.
Mr. Charley) Mason, formerly of These kindnesses we will never for-
Starke. army ,of unemployed, which num- :I out the country, with the approach of

Shaw gave bond for his HODGES IN NEW QUARTERSC. bered 330,000 at this time last year, ,I the spring planting season, are begln- West Virginia, now of the Heilbronn get.Mr.

before County Jude L. Hodges; has moved his stockof has shrunk to about 100,000.( ( This, I.;,;, ning to clamor for help. section and Miss Loca' Green, daughter and Mrs. A. J. Cowart.

17th. Bloodsworth was dry goods, clothing, shoes, hats, including as it doe, those idle because Conditions on the railroads are said of Mr.\ and Mrs. E. W. Green ot.. .

but later gave bond. etc., to the store on the corner of Call of choice, Is held to be normal. to be normal. This is borne out by the Heilbronn, were united In marriage I NEW RESIDENCE

of mash and a small I r and Walnut streets, until lately occupied The, degree of prosperity experienced fact that many rail companies which by County Judge R. A. Green, at his -

moonshine were found by by F. A. Crowder. Here :Mr. in Pennsylvania this year depends had been advertising for help following office in the courthouse: Tuesday, tha I Owen Anders'has bought: lots on ;

Hodges will have plenty of room for wholly upon labor, and at present tha the rail strike, have withdrawn 13th Inst. They will go to housekeeping the east side of Broadway street, of .
tho II. G. Mason and Is having a bungalow -
Mrs. R. 3. Fernande the large stock he has just ordered demand far exceeds. the supply !in the their advertisements. Miners are now at the fine farm owned by "
erected there. The new residence
Friday and while for the spring trade. lie will be gladto Keystone state. Every Industrial cen- working, to a great extent at least groom, anti the many friends of the .
p* them all will be of ample size and COST:
guest of Mrs. Geo. C. I see his old and new customers at ter reports the need for labor of every while steel workers are said to be newly wedded couple wish venlently arranged.

r rnandea returned home\ his new store. description, from common r labor to qcarce. happiness. .t'Iisy.

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I'" FEASTS AND JAZZ SERVED TO A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL COUNTIES AWARDED ANNUAL 'Sumter ___--2,011 1,226.71 and had the car insured.
I W .C. T. U. COLUMN JUDGE AND MAYOR IN JAIL INTEREST ON SCHOOL FUND Suwannee _____2,836 1,729.96 "Now by my halidom," I said

I Taylor ________1,805 ,101.05 hope that peace is mine; I hope u<
of school if the
WATCHING THE WORLD MOUNT:' Serving 10 iJayn for Contempt of On the opening clay Total Amount Apportioned $110,197.- Union ________1,190 725,90Volusia I can sleep in bed, and, at my ta!
have been persuaded to attend
THE WATER WAGON; patrons ___n4.158 dine."
I Court, (Receive Many Visitors
II and (Rate 61 Cents
little said about hOP- per Pupil
r J. --- quite a is Wakulla ______1,051 641.11 I But in the morning when I rose .t

Denmark Dry by 1930 West Palm Beach, Feb. 8.-One ing that the term just beginning wiil Walton _______2,563 1,563.43 from my window looked, some fttu
be truly successful. But do the pa- State Superintendent W. S. Caw- :
i' Out of approximately a population hundred and forty-seven persons call- Washington 02,726 1,662.80 .n salesmen, on their toes, exh > .
of 3,000,000 Denmark ban in its various ed on Mayor L. G. Biggers and Mu- trons really mean it down deep in 'thon has made public the Annual ap- | and gadzooked. My\ fine ned car w,
1 their hearts? Are they willing to of the interest on the
t temperance societies more than nicipal Judge Joe L. Earman, at the I portionment Total ______180,651 110,197.11 lie a frost without air cushion:,
z the full price of success? Or state school fund. The amount for
", 200,000 memben, of which 92,000 or county jail today in the two hours allotted pay Israeli' i I with them attached (and hang'
are they like the children of apportionment was $111,660.19, and
# over are women, gays Midi Diigmar by Sheriff Baker as the timein ONE THING A..vfERNOTHEIt | cost!) all bumping would be giI '
I about being delivered from Egyptian I the rate pupil was 61 cents.
I Prior vice president of thWorld's which the prisoners, serving ten per I My car had old time wooden \\hu.
W. C. T. U. resident of Copenhagen bondage? We know that for many, County Av. Amt. I I
{ a day sentences for contempt of the which no sport could desire; accords'
nu-iiny the Israelites had I Attendance App. I told some friends a while ago thatI
;/ Denmark. There are 277 units or circuit court could! receive callers. The weary years I to one undent's spiel, I needed! whe-
.4 t< communities dry by local option, and prayed for deliverance, yet when Alachua __n_--_7,911 4,841.01 would buy a car; my old one buck-
stream of visitors was stopped only deliverance |I of wire. Most accidents are caunby
''i& the teaching in the public schools andd' was finally granted, Baker _________1,136 692.00 ( ed and rattled so it knocked my joints -
>hy expiration/ of the visiting hours. rain which makes the windshii-
constant agitation of the question in were not willing to endure the temporary I Bay _______...2,080 1,268.80 ajar. I little thought when thus I ,
Many telegrams were received by dim I'd have to have a patent i iI
_r increasing dry sentiment. At the last Enrman. discomforts that were inevitable Bradford ___--_1,040 1,005.89 spake what trouble would ensue; next {I which; would the moisture skim.vat:A i
election 77 cent of the women while that deliverance was be- Brevard __ ____1,617 96.37! I morning: ere I was awake, nine agents
per "Dear Joe: I send you my best r fire extinguisher of brass would brit,
voted, IIlYIilllIs: Prior, and as the inr work out, but clamored for a re- Broward _____1,123 685.03 hove in view. '|
wishes for
speedy return to the out spirit and dope which ad
outnumber the men in Den turn to Egypt "where they at least Calhmin ___----1,833 685.03 I Nine agents with their shining vans I, my peace ,
womcji side the from W. H.
message ed to the would make the .
had to eat." Charlotte __ __ 5-16 333.06 before had gas pow
mark when the question is made an Dowling, of Jacksonville. enough n ,were parked my gate, they | increase. t

e issue, they will undoubtedly win. The Robert McNamee, of Jacksonville, A truly successful school is a glorious Citrus ----__-.1,087 663.07 blue prints and charts and plans to I follow by day and
next International Congress Against thing to contemplate, and is pos Clay _--_______1,121 683.81 show each bus was great. They They me figs v
wired: "Dear Joe: I send you good I these fourteen tireless men; they han
Alcoholism meets this year in Copen will and a speedy return to free-, sible whenever the people genuinely Columbia --------2t 1,773.27 I.greeted me with sunny smiles, these around I write and the
hagen, which will give an impetus to dom." desire it. The one imperative prerequisite Dade _______..6,791 4,142.51 agents starry-eyed; "Get in and ridea ': me as haunt when I ".' ,
i t the movement for a dry Denmark "I am glad( do not live in your circuit is that the patrons really cooperate DoSoto ____--..1,581 964.41 hundred miles," each fellow warmly song again. They me *
to roost and in the pallid dawn then
I+ Hiss I'rior believes her country will ," William C. Guthrie, telegraphed with the teachers. Let the Dixie L _________ 339 206.79 cried. In vain I labored to explain i 1. divers boost ...!
Duval __________16,319 J,9b4.59 that had too "I don't thingmyjigs they > -
outlaw the liquor traffic by 1930. ( to the imprisoned men. 1 parents take the teachers right into they come soon; i will .
Twenty-nix Per cent Decrease in Another message was from Turner their confidence and sympathetically Escambia _____7,647 4,664.67 intend td buy a wain," I said, "until I I I never begone.I- :

''lt Drink in Decade In India Butler, state senator from Duval ''enter into their plans, then the efficiency Flagler _u____ 349 212.89 next June. I lack the coin, my merry I j MILLER

Of the drink traffic in India, Mahatma aunty, who said: "Every officer of our schools would be almost Franklin ______ 722 440.42 lads, to buy a car this day; next June I|

Ghandi has stated: should be required to experience the immeasurably increased. Think I Gadsden ______4,775 2,912.75! I hope to have the scads-so chase '
I consider it one of the greatest sensation of looking on the outside of the teachers as your sympathetic Glades ____uu 477 290.97 yourself away." Miller\ Feb.: 16.-Several of tn

't I curves that ever descended: on mankind from the inside in order to thoroughly !I helpers, and do not allow the least Hamilton ______1,869 1,140.09 Alas they wouldn't take the hint:, younger set of the community attend
and as to the revenue from the comprehend the defendant's point feeling/ of antagonism against themto lIardee ________2,324 1,417.61 they argued and odsfished; they'd sell I':I cd the recital at the school auditorium

I J I drink, I would rather see India bankrupt I, of view." find room in your hearts. Some of Hernando _____. 802 489.22 me cars of any tint on any terms I'I' in Lake Butler Friday evening. ,

r than for her to coquette with J. G. Hinth, of Fernandina, said: our teachers are poorly trained and I Highlands! ___u 802 489.22 wished. All day they camped upon I Elsie Stokes was a visitor to Lak.

I Satan: to square her accounts. "My best wishes "for a not too long meagerly equipped, to be sure, but if Hillsboro _____16,09.: 9,817.95 my trail and chased me up and down; I''' Butler Friday.Mr. .

I It ;is claimed that virtually every stay in your new quarters, gives the the patrons have toward even them Holmes ___--__2,705: 1,650.05:> and each rehearsed his gaudy tale regardless Gross of Jacksonville -w-w

1. native-controlled paper in India favor other fellows a chance to get \srom the feeling above insisted upon, the Jackson _______5,691 3.171.51Jefferson of my frown. Day after day'' here on business last week.

a prohibition. Local option becamethe choice rooms also." patrons will make necessary allowances _-----2,275 1,387.75:> I saw! them tread, remorseless, at my; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples wdr

I. I law in the Punjab last year, although Hotel proprietors and other friend and then even such teacherscan Lafayette .. ______ 980 > 597.80 heels, und when at night I went to bed shopping in Lake Butler Friday.

I through some trick of the opponents of tho mayor and judge have sent work out great good for the chil- Lake __________2,851 1,710.94! they star: kept up their spiels. So I I Miss Vera Oateen of Providence:

of prohibition it is not yet I them choice meals and delicacies. The' dren. Lee ____--_--__1,011 1,165.71 surrendered in the end worn out by i I who attends the Lake Butler high

l operative. liombay, Madras and Bengal prisoners have been supplied with a It will be necessary at times for Leon _----_____3,108 2,078.88 al!! this fuss; I borrowed money from:' school, with Pearle Brown, spent the '

: I 1 have under consideration a siral- Victrola and a collection of jazz; records the patrons to close their ears against/ Levy ________2,192 1,337.12 n friend: and bought myself a bus. .I week-end with homefolks. .i
i Jar policy of dealing with the liquor card tables and other devices for reports brought home by their own Liberty ________ 756 461.16 I thought my troubles all were past'; Carl Brown was a visitor to Worth '\

truffle. In the last decade there is their entertainment and employment children reports that make it appearas Madison ______3,388 2,068.68 when homeward: I repaired but mornirg / ington Saturday.C. .

void to have been a twenty-nix percent of their time, and their cells, are decorated though their children have been Manatee --____2,782 1,697.02 n-v me stand aghast; -no agony' H. Harrison, of Worthingtonwas j'
I decrease jn liquor consumption.( with flown discriminated against by the teacher.Or Marion -_ _______5,374 3278.11 wa! spared. For, standing round my''I a business visitor here one day '

m '. Various communities at the initiativeof there will be reports accusing the Monroe ________2,165 1,320.65:: onion bed, twelve strangers were in! ]I last week.

I the natives have closed the shops tion by Local OptionIn II teacher of unbecoming conduct In oth- Nassau '_ _______1,687 'J68.07 view; \\e hear you've bought a car," 1] Denzil Thomas was a visitor s;'/

.I for the sale of alcoholic beverages the Union of South Africa are tobe er ways. If such forts seem to merit Okaloosu ______2,073 1,264.53 their said, "a wagon bright and new. Worthington Saturday.
,i "'atKeh..ul14hout .\mt"r ca'" I'rohihi- found Home one and a half million attention, be sure to give the teacher Okeechobeo ____ 569317.0'Orange Now you should have that car insured II Mrs. J. W. I'arrish was shopping

tion Confused: New Zealanders white people, representing a voting full opportunity to explain. Always / _______4,221 2,574.81 -full coverage is wise-and any MI Worthington Saturday. I

I The widespread publication of falsehoods strength of probably 300,000 whites, bear in mind that the teacher is Osceola ________1,395: 850.95:: damage can be cured before the cartage Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas: vimtcd -
and hnlf-truUis concerning the with some thousand of colored and a better judge of the conditions at I Palm Beach ____3,018 1,840.98 dries." their son, Leon Thomas, of 'New ;
operation of prohibition in America native voters. Most of the churches the time of the trouble than young I Pasco _____.-..1,551 946.11& They drilled behind me, rod and i River, last week.
1, e did much to prevent a victory for national have declared definitely for prohibition children can possibly be, and therefore Pinellas ______5,526 3,370.86 perch, they kept upon my path, they '
t prohibition in New Zealand, I or at least for local option as the give the greater weight/ to what Polk __________9,203 5,613.83 followed when I went to church and No Worm in a neaitliy Child
1 says Mrs. Mary Harris Armor upon I first pnictioul means of working towards the teacher says. Putnam _______2,843 1,731.23& ;, when I took a bath. I had no chancel' .! healthy A children color which troubled Indicates with Worms poor blond have,and an a.1.1 s
I. t her return to the United States. At the elimination of the drink Patrons this is the must St. Johns ______ '
: I price you 1,933 1,179.13St. to be alone, no comfort was in .''ght; rule there" l> more nr I leu stomach disturbanceOROVE'S
( I the recent poll, tho drys fell short ot traffic. The Baptist, Congregational/; pay. How reasonable it i is, after al. Lucio _____1,626 991.86 they called! me up by telephone art) TASrELESSCHiLL: : ; TONIC !lIven roan
for three weeks wiP enrich the blumlunprovMhe / .
t i winning/ by less than 2,000 votes. Having Presbyterian and Methodist churchesand How easily within your power'to'\ pay Santa Rosa ____2,936 1,790.96 wrt"le; l d me by night.; This anguish i| lorly twoor duration/ and setae a uctwralSirerujn'f '

'I to meet two l issues, continuance other denominations, with the It. Why not pay it and rejoice in the Sarasota ______ 736 448.96 bitterer than sin, a fortnight I endured f Tonic to the whole ayst.m. Nature wilt thru

,I and state control, was almost as much Salvation Army, have put prohibitionin inestimable good it will bring your Seminole ______2,381 152.41'& and then I called the agents in throw perfect offer health.dlaoel Pleaaant the worms..._and.e.the.cIIIo Child 1166 will botc.be.
it t" of n handicap as the three-fifths ma their program of Christian work children?

jority' provision which has prevented The Anirelican church him adopted TEACHER.
.. ... .
victory in other years. Tho present the principle of local option, and some .. .-' .. ..- : '_- :- '- :-" .C'P.--: : '' .. '::', _' ',"' ",.-,. : ..' "" :. '':: '__u '.. :.:'.:'
II Jaw required that prohibition should of the synods have definitely voted for ATTRIBUTE SL'CCESS TO

_ receive a majority over the combined prohibition as the objective toward NEWSPAPER' AUVEKTISISG
votes for continuance and state con- which they are working The Dutch

y trol. )Had the issue been a straight;! Reformed church, representing probably COMMERCIAL JOB
one between prohibition and contin- half the white population of the In an interview today, :Mr. Warren

uance the drys would have won by a Union, is most pronounced! in its efforts Wright, president of the Calumet
r fine majority. The dry forces labored for this reform. Notwithstanding l. I Baking/ Powder Company the birg. .
: under, the great disadvantage at all this body I of sentiment in favor eat baking powder company in the PRINTING
the of the local world, strongly advocated the use ot
having: virtually entire press ot prohibition, option
w New Zealand against then Ifowev measure recently proposed in the Parliament newspaper advertising, and points to

A er the victory U. only temporarily dtlayed -. failed to receive attention. Calumet's success as proof of his as- ,

'Sk for already the temperance Education: will be continued until popular sertion.
r/ forces are preparing for the next sentiment is suffil'ientiyttrong to "Calumet sales are 2 1-2 times as

campaign. demand l the passage! of prohibition much as any other brand," stated
t p A <;)iimpH Into Our Work in Korea legislation.In :Mr. Wright "and! we attribute this *

A glimpse of the W. C. T. U. at I II erP to our lavish use of newspaper space I. .
I work in Korea is given In an article the new constitution of Czechoslovakia Wu believe that the newspaper Is the '

i by Mary Roller Middle in the Worn it is provided l that no alco Host direct medium we can use in \ .
'k .. an's Missionary\[ Friend, the magazine holic liquors shall be sold l on election getting our message across to the CARDS

t; r of the Woman's Foreign Missionary days or the day prior to an election. housewife and we know from our experience -

1r+; = Society of the Methodist church. The i There is also a law recently enacted covering thirty years that POSTERS I

first Japanese meeting she attended prohibiting the sale of alcoholic liquors the housewife will respond quicker

1't' ; after her coming to Korea was that to children under sixteen years! to newspaper advertising than she ENVELOPESBILL
of the W. C. T. U. At one o'clock of age. will to any other form of advertis- .

several of the Christian women were ing. HEADS

on hand to welcome a number of non i "The housewives have confidence in
u ItV professing Christian women who were newspaper advertisements because NOTE HEADS

'' coming to the regular W. C. T. U. Hands chapped? hey know that the newspapers set '
; meeting. It seems that through the up high standards. for their advertisers. WINDOW CARDS

1-' f formation of this society quite an indirect MENTHOLATUM It is for that' reason that the
d Christian influence has been go- housewife looks to the newspaper for SHIPPING TAGS :

ing out; and us it result of the wise heals quickly and information on products in which she -
+ method of thus getting these women gently. i I.. interested." LETTER HEADS

t Y to the church they were attending a .... .
't Christian meeting and getting: used COAL IIL'KLEI AT SIGN

1 ? ,to the church. A Bible woman told! ASPIRINSay KEEPS FARMER" IN FULL .

;y "" a f something of the W. C. T. U. work ..

Q in Japan, where she is quite activeS The story of how a farmer on the
along that line. The railroad between liar- .
1 earnestness of Pennsylvania
"Bayer" and Insist!
35 the listeners wall quite impressive, .ixburg.. Pa., and Baltimore, Md.. has \ \
+ and it was Interesting to see them unbend solved the fuel problem is causing ..
) ? no gracefully in the social hour jAjfr Ij much amusement in Washington's of- 'Our Work is the Best" .

tl that followed when each individual fidel circles. ,
rose and introduced hur.>lf. The farmer was unable to obtain

e Churches of South Africa for ProhiM- /)" y- TED vITnlMM any coal, although he saw long train-

----- -- & oads pass his house daily. Then hu j

,trr had 1 an idea. He put up a big sign .
a li lR( failing: ;4
"Hurrah for Volstead. Down with

1 THE "JOY OF LIFE" the Unions." '4
Every passing trainman hurled a
j Isn't worth living if you're so chunk of coal at that sign. Up to
LIFE and run down you can hardly
drag yourself around.If date the sign has netted eight andnehalf

the rich red blood full of health yon w e the name "Bayer" m tons of coal, the farmer's BRADFORDCOUNTY .
and vigor, toere pumping through your MuioBB or on tablet you are not get- entire winter supply.
vema. the Joy 01 life would come back .ing the pi>miin.. llayvr product protmbnl -
't noon enough! Gude'a Pcpto-ManRan by phymrians over twenty-two
has worked this magic for thousands- years and ],rovml safe by million forbids Files I Cured !la 6 to 14 Days
: it will do the same for you. Take Nu e.e If PAZO OINTMENT fiiitIr "
} it for a short time and we how your ( Hrailacho" "tuIwhlnit.; .'br+: o.ruI I.-edbit(tr Pr.irm.Huil; +; I";
and strength Your Toothache Lumbago '' I Iwves Itching Wrfi. and sue eau lLtut
improve. 'i Ir: L \ '
tablets Earache Rheumatism i a: t:i Owt ai .. Pr;. ,
druggist has it-liquid or as
_"x N you pref= Neuralgia Pain, Pain TELEGRAPH
Accept "flayer Tablet of .pirin'v.
Gude's only. Each: ,unbrokrn package, contain
roprr> ction... hands Bores of 666
twelve tablet iwt few crntt. Drug STARKE. FLORIDA
pepto.Mangan 11'18108 alllO sell ImttU-a of 21 and 100
Aspirin Ia the trade, murk of Ilnver 'Is a Prescription for Cold*, Few and ,
Tonic and Blood Enricher !Manufacture. of f OItA..tI..ael.l..t..r) of LaGripp It. the most speedy remedy
a1lryllc..clt! we know, preventing Pneumonia.

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...... almmmm D/Wat/ ) green attended church hero Sunday.: ( BRADFORD\ 1,I were thrown cut of court It wa<

I Mr. and 1 :\1 rs. 11. S. Norman have I: known that the four shot to death a

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I After Every Meat rcturnwl, home iifler spending the I I Bradford, Feb. 1C. -Mr. and Mrs.S. ; man who was Bpecdim' over the city;

euuwaa.uuuna ..ru, axupwwr.NmuAa..n., ...> ,a.. une.aruu. winter it.Winter Haven where ho ': C. Andrews wove tho guests of the shot him because in his alleged ,drunken

has been employed. latter's parents, Mr. and) Mrs. C' M. condition hf was breaking" a city
Live State News iRUGLm Walter Wilkerson, who has been Dennison, Saturday and Sunday. ordinance., There was no denial of

' employed in Jacksonville for the past Harley Andreu was in Urooker on the commission of a crime; but because t
f nnu uuum. u n un_> uum<,ra_. raranUM rsuss..mmal few months, returned home unday. Saturday. x of the omission of several letters

I Told by Our Exchange I The farmers hero are busy preparing Mr. and Mrs. Oldham n"wlslIIKKe.I'/ '' by the blunder of a stenographerthere
Top off each meal to plant a large of corn
acreage through last The
I our community one day was a technicality. mean-
mn.mmm""m.nmmmm": '''_''''.'.'''''''''', ,"__ with a bit ol and beans. I
------ ------ ---- week. ing of the Indictment as it appearedwas

For the third consecutive time, Pasco Fernandina owns its ice, water and sweet In the form ; Fred Moore, of LuAtcy, was a visitor Caleb.\ Molt., of Santa Vf, was the plain to everyone; but the omission -
county won the grand prize at the i lighting plants and the superinten- ol WRIG' LEY'S. here Saturday evening.SAMPSON guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu I of two or three letters in ono

r, I South Florida Fair for the best col- I dent reports that for the period of It satisfies the Friday night. wurd invalidated tho action.

lection of agricultural, minerals, man- |'April 1 to December 31, 1922, there and CITY James Crews was the guest of his Four men were turned loose-not;
sweet tooth ra
factures and varied industries. |j i was a net profit on their operation of brother, J. W. llarrell, Saturday afternoon. with a verdict of "innocent," but because -
I $15,813.77, after setting aside $10- digestion. .Sampson City, Feb. 16E. II. of a triviality. Had ono of

tp The Lone Star or National High- 100.82 for depreciation. He furtherI Pleasure and Smith, of Gainesville, motored here A party was given at the home of those attorneys received a letter rending -

w way, as it is called, officially designated -I promises that because of improvements benefit combined.I Sunday and spent the day with his. Mr. and Mrs. L, Cook Friday night\ ) : 1'le.ez find enclosed fifty dollars

state road No. 1, is now open from j recently made the next state I relatives, in honor of Mrs. Ruby Gaines, who on account," would he have returnedthe "
Jacksonville to Macclcnny, the bars I inent will show larger net earnings. Mar. flu ?Miss Lois :Moody, of Graham, was a taught school hero. Music, garnet chock because tho accompanyingletter

across the road being removed FrI- I yen ,,th visitor here Sunday and refreshments were enjoyed until contained n typographical error
g day. Preliminary papers have been filed Mrs. W. 11. Fletcher and little t a into. hour. A large crowd attended ? Yet the one case would bo ai
I[ in the federal court in a suit for al- daughter, Jean Elizabeth, of Jersey and report a nice time. sensible and morally legal us tho oth

Judge Joel L. Ear man of the municipal leged damages in the sum of $JOOOOO '"9't'Y City, N, .1"? are here on a visit with Bart and Hill Cook, of Ft. White. I 'r. ,
court and Mayor L. G. Big against the Knights of the Ku Klux' I r friends.'' attended /lo\llllllUI.ty/ given at tho I A supreme judge in tho middle west

'ers, sentenced after an all nighteaeion I Klnn, a corporation, as defendants I Mosiiri T. V. Williams and Ktiiiodge 'y home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cook I one told the writer that "lawyers

of circuit court to servo tendays The plaintiff is Dr. P. E. Watts, of of Pulutka, motored here, ant Friday night. 'make their cases out of techniculii I

in prison for contempt of tho I i South Jacksonville, a practicing phy- Spent, the! past week with relative Kov. Norris filled his regular appointment !i ." He admitted that the practice
'' sician. The declaration which will and unpleasantly near MIHHCH: Kiltmri and Jimnitu Smith"
}:u"ruit court, became the first Inmates' proved hero Saturday and Sun- I was wrong. Circuit Judge Charlc
: j f the new county jail. ',state the alleged facts on which the the religious institution. Kist* that ti d muster J. B. Smith arrived hone (lily. 1 O. Andrews, of Orlando, told tho bar l
suit based will be filed before limp it is stated haiul.oiinnew .- hlrda: from Tampa, and will make I k
I is on or a ; Mr. and, Mrs N. G. Hayes, Sr., association: of that judicial circuit at
ofentynine April 1st.Shipments. nuilding; has: been built on the upper their home with their grand mother, Worthington a banquet held last year at St. Cloud:
A whole train of strawberries were Saturday. .
Hillsborough river where the rooster Mrs S. I 10. Jones. \1\ much deprecate thu trickincx
cars, was shipped from Hay Andreu, Roswell\ Ward and very
"lant City Thursday. There were of fruits and vegetablesfrom fans can shout all they want to""S'Hh-' I'M; Swearingen, of Gainesville, was LivingRton Russ attended church at I of HOIIII attorneys who take advantage -

139,488 quarts exceeding by over &0- I the Palmetto section continue out disturbing anyone, bccpnsp of its u visitor at the hone" of Mrs. Josie Bradford Sunday. ; of every trifling technicality.
the heaviest sound-proof walls.W. Hull Sund.iy. Whi'ii tho intention of Urn indictment
heavy although shipping
[000 quarts any previous one day shipment Mrs. N. G. Hayes and !Mrs Jesse
; of berries: since berry growing : noason for lettuce is past.: During the \Mrs.V.. II. Smith and little daughter Cheshire wero in Gainesville last in plain t there are those who- seek to
way started' there. past week a total of 230: cars of vegetables ""liracktie!!, postmaster, at Deer- Din-It1, spent a few days lust weekin week.Mm.. take advantage of Home trifling blunder
I and have rolled north field held at Ft. Laudordalc in the t.runHcrilinjC--th"J'.by: { freeing -
fruits is being Jacksonville) with her sister, Mrs.Nelle I Ruby Gaines; left Sunday for
Limestone promises to add) ) to the I from this section Of this number, charged with the murder of Dan Johnson Brown, and mother, !files, W. S. her home at '1'hl't'el'lsl.sho' was: accompanied Horna actual criminal.! Tho courtd
twenty-nine were citrus fruits, seven prominent county commissioner.The Nab, who are there for medical. of justice should not bo madu a vehicle -
{laurels of Hardee county by bccom-i to the depot by n host of
ty-five lettuce and ninety-two ooy; killing came as: the climax of a treatment I fur such trickery. I hope that every
friends who her Hlmi-nce.
rival of Sanford in tho production regret
','\;Iing;' a ;' The remainder of the forty cars were desperate encounter between the two I member of the bar in this judicial
Sloan of Hawthorn
7Aubrey was a
of About thirty
; exper- of other vegetables.Two men which occurred on tho Dixie ;! district will strive to lift the law
fenced celery growers: of Kalamazoo:. visitor hero Saturday II \\IIY MANY INIIVIDUAISSNEElt \ "
I {Michigan, have become interested in ; Highway near Dcertield. The f fight Miss Kthi'l: ) Yiirncs wan a visitor toGainesville : AT TIIK: 1.I ..\\\ to a higher, plane.
Limestone. dozen police tear-smoke bombs started when mutual charges: were Saturday.Little It should be understood thorough-
growing celery at : '
y [ received in Jacksonville\ at the made the t two of which
were by men, one Misses Mildrtl and 11 axel I, Because a misspelled word. in an out the Htato that n stenographer',
J sheriff's oilier.! SherilF Merritt said involved the wife of one of the men ina blunder ran by no means whitewasha
I Two carloads of modern baking and \Morgan\ of Itrooker, spent a few days indictment charging\ the chief of polite -
the bombs were ordered for emergency blackmailinplot./ A number of criminal in the of the discriminating ,
of Ocala eyes
and I three other ullteers
equipment for here last week with their aunt, !Mrs.\
candy I from : and shots then fired several taking
use a lhiclIgo' conct'rn were puhliI'alatkll News.
and W. II. Smith.Mrs. with murder the entire proceedings
I the Shulman Brothers of Dothan I shipped to Jacksonville Similar effect in Johnson's body Dlucknell i

Troy, Ala., have arrived in Tallahas- i bombs are now being kept at police was chasing Johnson at the time of l;. It. Saunders, of Georgia, is.

f bee. The firm is to establish 'a plant.: headquarters.! One was used several the killing, it is stated by witnesses. hero on a visit: with friends.. I l ePre.IJnna
(there and the machinery will be setup I Sorry to report little Cleo Thomas II- HAROI'DUUMt Wm.:P. SIMMONS D. A.MORRISON..
weeks ago and proved successful in Prior to tho fight today, the men were 5.a. A. Tr....
[ at once and put to work. I routing: a crowd of negroes barricaded the best of friends.The on the sick I list this wel'I .

i I in 'a house, resisting arrest. Mrs. Jim Thomas, of New River, ii Best Fertilizers Insecticides J Sprayers Poultry.

I Reports that Tampa "is being used Florida! legislature> 2l: created here visiting her sister-in-law, Mrx. Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices t
.. a center for the importation and Federal officials New York seized and appropriated "or the Carl Wynn. i
'Distribution of narcotic drugs from I :350: crates of Florida "oranges" de- ertablibhment and maintenance money rf u Master Robert Worley. of Gainesville ; Prompt Shipment

1'foreign countries are receiving the stined for Boston in the Bronx freight tn'iacco' experiment station at f. uinty was a visitor here Saturday. I Ask your n..i"hbor..l-le knows '
[.attention of federal agents, with the of the New York New Haven Jake Johns, of Starke, wan n visitor -
yards Gjdsden county, such ...t1'' possibility" that a series of narcotic ;) and Hartford railroad. The fruit was a branch or substation of tho uni- here one day lost week.Wiley .
[raids will be made in this vicinity atI I! found to be bottled whiskey with a'' ersity of Florida. experiment: stain Uoberson Is improving aft /ra 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Ma,

|.n early date.Articles prohibition value of 30000.: The liquor at Gainesville. In less than v years serious illness I t
I K. L. Hodges and sons, Oren and
hidden of
I cases were by crates ;
the stiftion building, costing > porox-
; ; : ; Willie of Suwannee' Valley, motored
I of incorporation for tho genuine fruit. State enforcement of- without I aI
InmUl.v $13,000 furniniiin, -. -- -- -
=z=:=:: =
American Riviera Fruit Corporation !dicers said they had been tipped off hn been built; a resident specialist! here Sunday and visited relatives. I Ii i V'l
I I. when the left Florida to bo' \\\\ II. Smith was a visitor to the
(have been prepared with a capital shipment employed and started to wnrlc' ; i.1 .>nsidcraUe -
f its main 1 re-routed here for Boston. county neat last week.WATKH.MILL. I
tock of three million dollars, I investigational work done; ,
flpffice, / to be in Clermont This corporation and a 48 page bulletin published and I
will develop a tract in the I The Clark Dredging Company has distributed to the growers. All this,

'been awarded the Contract for the it has been said, is: the result of the '

Clermont. ', widening; of the inner harbor at Key co-operation on tile part of the growers I Watermill, Feb IB.-O. A. Thomas

tirea West and work has begun in earnest.< who felt the need, of an Institution of Lnku Butler, was n visitor here'''

The work of dredging out tho inner for the particular study of the Sunday.Mrs. SEDAN

livorge K. Drown, of Philadelphia, harbor was begun about two years culture of tobacco Cynthia Longford of Urll
has bought: the Great Salt Springs, alto but was discontinued when tho town, spent, part of last week here
..located''' a short distance from Punta money allotted to same was expended. ItUDKKT NYSTK.MS; with her brother, O. W. Thomas.

rda and will soon take steps to devaop Recently: an additional appropriationof II.Ir9.'ioTu Thonms and childrenleft New Price

| ) it as a health resort. This place $80,000 has been granted and this (President Harding's" announcementthat Sunday for Gainesville to spend' I IM1
j js, perhaps the largest! spring' of its I IJ. amount will enable the contractors to national accounts will balance at a few days with relatives.

-ii, in America and its waters arc I f finish the work desired. the end of the fiscal year is regardedby I J. I"'. Turner spent last week in
raid to possess wonderful medicinal financial journals as justification I business
Alabama oulegal
p properties.Nrs I K.: S. Earner, former teller at thoExchange I of the budget; system of expenditure.The : Messrs. Violas Reynolds! Kdd Yarborough -
National Bank of Tampa,
achievement will in
some respects
Willie Prevail, Duffy Aber- I
I,. R. Kaminer, C3>> of Jacks 'n.me.wlls committed suicide shortly after four I bo remarkable when it is taken into nathy and Frank Warren, of tJraham: II I,

,. fatally injured when struck o'clock Wednesday afternoon by consideration that at the close of VJ'22:! attended the party at A. T. Thomas, ..
\ Palm BeachA shooting himself through the heart !
by an automobile InVest there was a deficit approximating a
'. careening automobile leaped m to with a revolver in his room at the I half billion dollars. This deficit, it is Friday night. ,,

the sidewalk at the main business Y. M. C. A. Only one shot was fired I true, was in a measure due to extra- Luther Price, of Lake Butler, was I I II
and Negro maids in the building heard the the guest of friends here Sunday afternoon -
street corner inV elt: Beach/ ordinary expenditures. not anticipated!
t struck the woman. It leaped off again report of the shot and upon investigation -1 when the budget was framed. Gradually i
I II Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal and Mrs. ,, ;L
into (he street before tho driver could found Barner lying dead in a increasing revenues are expected I
regain'control of tho car. The steering I pool of blood upon his bed. No reason to overcome it and meet current Lem J Brown: of Sampson City, were
had become unlocked. i is known for the act nor did be expenditures. visiting friend) here Sunday.
I. Uclia Brown was the guest of Juan- '
1 leave note.
: any But should national accounts: not '
Turner of Clayno; Friday and Snt- \
ila ,
stock .
Edward C. Harper, prominent I balance, the budget system would still
raiser was shot and killed at Welaka, Rooster lights on Sunday afternoonare be justified. It has put a check on ex- urdny. li
twenty-four miles from Palatka, and among the newly added attractions penditures. Furthermore, it has com- Wilmer Parrish, of Lake Butler, h l E EJ
which West Tampa holds out to win a visitor here Saturday and Sun-
his son, Sidney Harper, was seriously pelled careful expendituro with the
; wounded, n bullet entering his face tourists and other visitors. For two result that 'the nation has obtained day.

just to the left of his nose. Tho Sundays in succession, witnesses say, [arger: value for money expended.! FInally SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE I to "
4 'shooting was done by City Marshal the rooster fights were held on a vacant it has taken out of partisan J 7 f' \

, O'Brien, following a quarrel over lot surrounded by a high fence) politics one of tho mont mischievous
! some hogs belonging to Harper which o' crocus sacks. This was within a elements, commonly called! tho "pork (In effect Jnn t') "!>

I : O'Rrien had impounded.Don't I block of the West Tampa Catholic I barrel." So apparent are the economies SouthboundNo.
''I -- II I effected that there is no longer 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m.
No. 3, 10:59: : a. m.
lerloy.s attempt in congress to go
back to the old order of things. No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58 p. ra.

? IF SICKBILIOUS; The president's announcement has No. 15, Limited NorthboundNo. 1:18: p. m.

been construed In some quarter: as
notice served on senators and congressmen 2 arrives Starke 4:35) a. m.

who for one purpose or another No. 4 at 400p. m. At the new low price the Ford 1 j
seek to increase expenditure.This No. 20. Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. m. ; I
START YOUR LIVER. Limited 6:55 m. Sedan represents a greater value
may be its hidden purpose, or it No. 16, p.

,, may not be. Which ever the case, the Wannee Branch than has ever been offered. '
," fact remains that both Republican and No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. I

Democratic leaders in congress will No. lOt arrives ,stark. 3:15: p. ... I: It provides enclosed car comfort ;

) "Dodson'sLiverTone"ActsBetterandDoesn't i in
Calomel a dependable, quality
Take Jacksonville to St. Petersburg. I
the budget system has succeeded in 11:22: p. m.,

Salivate Make You SickDon'tlose keeping down to a minimum. product at a minimum cost.
Gripe, or Limited train No. 10 sue at Starke II

Work Read Guarantee WOODLAWN 6:45 a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson Your order placed now will ; l lI

a Day's ville. I insure reasonably prompt delivery !

Woodlawn, Feb. 16.-D. B. Browning (These two trains do not stop at I if desired.
Ujrhl.; Calomel makes you sick Itnlinrnblw 'i.r stomach ",our, just try a spoonful was a business visitor to Jack- Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the II Terms qi
i I
of harmless DodtKuT' Liver Tono tonight.
of the dangerous Jack-
dOMe make
Take a sonville Friday. only stops they :
drug tonight and tomorrow ;you Ilcru'n/ my guarantee--fio! to any Rev. L. A. Donnerly of Starke, fill- sonville and Tampa., :' :I e

may Uonu-l* 'lose a in day'. mercury work. or quicksilver drug store and get .a bottle of Do.l- ed his appointment at the Baptist Trains Nos. 7'and 8 operated from J. W ANDREWS, JR., DEALER ::1
which causes necrosis of the hOD..... lion 11 Liver Tune for a. few cents. Take church here Sunday Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7 LINCOLN FORD FORDSON

with Calomel sour, when bile oriuthwi it comes Into into it,contact onakin you.n. upoiinful right up and and if it make diwsn't you straight IWi One R. B. Osteen was a business visitorto leaving Hampton 11:50: p. m. and Theseare No. y STARKE, FLORIDA ;,,1 I t
when feel that and vigorou I want you to go back Starke Friday. 8 arriving Hampton 5:10 a. m.
Thin U you
awful* it up.nausea and cramping. If yen to tho store and, gt your maney.Dmhton'e thalft .. Miss Claudia Terry, of Lawtey, : through trains, St. Petersburg to '. .. !

are sluggish and "all knocked out, .. of calomel Liver Tone because U it dontroying 1 I. real liver spent Sunday here, the guest of MIvHozelle Cincinnati, Ohio. '
T "ir liver U torpid and bowels din1-eon.ietpated mwliciwn entirely., vegetable, therefore : Brannen.Mr. T. J. GRIFFIN I IA&ent.1 I -J
dahe I'
have he ,
2550, coated or ;you tongue It breath 1 i. bad; I itcsau: not salivate or make you sick.A and Mrs. S. Rosier, of Ever' I r .


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I second claM matter at the post 227 of the revenue act of 1921, has ; live. u '
answer."Flat. what bird it was, a* it wa. in some to

office at Starke. Florida. GOOD 'granted domestic a general extension of to timeto and what year?" ]| respect unlike anything he bad ever The bird killed must have h",.,',, ?
corporation up
tor '--- "Why, 1928' of course." seen in that line, and he brought it its way from the Atlantic to the'iulf' ;"
,yl r 1:. 8. MATTHKW'S. f.dltor..4: Own*. incloding- June 15, 1&23, for completing 'I 1 i 1m of better "
,I' "Lawd I thought I bad been up to the Telegraph office. < quest "skimming.
CIGARETTES return of income for the calendar :-
.. there ten thousand years" *oI Ioq'2z- The bird wa found to be a "skim
x 1922: the fincal ended ,
i / January 31, 1123, and the fiscal year. ed Mack. The ride thus gave him a mer" or "tcissor bill." It looked someI TATE

rl;; 'k (/ I SUBSCRIPTION: KATE (: ending February 2.'*, 1923! conditional good idea tit eternity. I I I thing like a Wilson snipe, except that Kate h hereby .l..n to all whoa taw

M i I Per Year: ___ ._____________....|2J)') 10 upon tbe filing of tentative returns Mack- regreta that he did not grabat tbe legs were short and the feat small concern Carrie ,Rickn.that" thirty u (..days...II.n after of date G. W ton Net,r; -

with the proper collector of internal and bold fast to heaven, while the and webbed. The wing spread was Jr.. CIa..,," H>ek.. Will t.r Hick.. Wrow JG&

P 1 venae on or before March: I;;, April grabbing was I'ood-auch am opportunity three feet and seven inches. The distinguishing to the Hicfc lionormbl and Olin R.Uiclu.A. Or*".no n. "county. will apply'>,|
t I In Tamp: Twjritt to native-I* GENUINE 13 and May, 15, 1923! respectively, aecornpanisd may never come a ain. feature of this bird is its in and for Bradford eo."t,. Florida it, H.
I that a a tbMtr. sad what are they He emphatically denies that his hair bilL The lower mandible of this specimen jffjc ;. Starke. In aid county, at 10 ,,'.-t.+,.k.
with least one-fourth
t : at a. m. or M soon ahe.afterM matter ...
,..I intrimr Satt"eSix: ; that* the "BULL" i lof the estimated amount of tax due straightened out and stood upriZ 1'- was 4 1-4 Incbes long while i'. be beard fur authority' to Mil *t public _

I Sail where A a.1Id of snTOZgrcd; ali ci ? fie ,had had his hair cut close to the the inch shorter. The private sale, a one-twelfth undivided Intrm
"W'\ DURHAM together, with a statement setting. upper was one in the following described real state, In sea .'
t are staring, "Sweet land of liberty, ofI1 ", .,Si I forth the reason why the return can-: scalp the day before, by the best o. rUr bill is depressed from the .tides has j I I{county, to-wit :
TOBACCOwere I A one-twtirth undivided interest ,
i In the W
thee tin *
I_ hot be completed within the prescribed in Reno. sharp edges and looks like a pair ofacissor. 'I Half of the Southeaat Quarter and the Rut

-- / and formal for the B<"tr.g asked if he would .iLO; to re- with the end of the upper., Half. of the Botithwnt Quarter of Section UIK.I .
I II .I were : time a request I I'I tr.e. townahip ....n SOu' .*ranir* twenty.
I Funny to read of bow the boards tf | 8uperintendffr.t, Rev. C. S. McCZel- : extension. : Jut his experience he answers vritb blade broken off. I I I I two East except a strip of I.nd.o.. tho none
I 1 i aide of the Northwest Quarter or the '.
I Sovtb-
trade of a tot of two by four town lan. Tentative returns submitted in ac- emphasis "never again, This bird lives.on tbe sea and get (I I east Quarter and on tno Northeast Quarter

n StmU President Jf r4injf to visit them I'' Assistant superintendent. R. T. 0.- Jcordance I with the foregoing should' its living by flying close to the sur- 'of the Southwest. Quarter of about three acne
'{' i iI I|' Alto' one-half acre In the Northwrat eorarof
i; Ao/l tte editor of those towns, who te. be Form 1120( which should be' ,
n. on on face of the water with the lower mandible j|: the Northeast Quarter of the Soutbmat
ar.mt..en f the order of I SHUT OFF BY GAS SCREEN : 1 Quarter In Section Thirty-one, township ..r.
evidently I Secretary and treasurer P. M. Barefoot written plainly across tbe face "Ten-I I in the water thus "skimming" I i|I en. South Range twenty-two east eonulnux
Unimproved American: Jays "point tative Return." Only the name and :: Toronto Feb. 8.-Trapped in an underground -' off small marine animals found on the one hundred.: fifty..Ix! and ODO half acree. OMO

+ i with pri'J" to the alleged; boosters Advanced teacher Mrs. L E. Ross.Jjrlrr address of the taxpayer and the estimated ,1': chamber and shut off from surface. It is entirely incapable of ''or' Thus.lea*.26th day of January. 1021.CARRIE t-2 .4t-2-23

' for C'>nceirint such an original pUn teacher: Mrs. J. S. Foriyth.I amount, it any of the tax rescue by a gas screen which only ,j making its living in any other way!' HICKS.

.; n{, and) bray out prophesies about the I I Primary teacher Mrs. P. M. Bare- due need be stated. I I'I firemen with masks could penetrate,' I! Guardian of Minors Abov. Mentioaan

'4 jrr at pr&xrefi that-I sure to comp Any deficiency in the first Installment ten men were asphyxiated at the Consumers 1

4p after the! president has viewed "our; fXt.They will meet 2:30 o'cloek Sun as determined upon submission ]j Gas Company' plant todAyi j I: ,

unlimited reaqurces" After such a day afternoons and everybody Invited I of the final return will bear interest and about thirty others were over

l 1o,0diCltJ' exertion the board of j to attend. at the rate of six per cent per annum 'II come by poisonous fumes, many of GENERAL INSURANCE

I ', trade. cannot be expected to lire any ,1 Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent the I, from March 15, April 15, or May 15, ') them in heroic efforts to save their

"m""r, and they expire with a ghast-i j first of the week in Alachua with her I 1923 respectively. fellow": :.orkers. : INMAN & RITCH

l )y raltln and a slight shiver. Th. '.'grandmother Mrs. Stephens who is ]{ D. T. GEROW, / It has not been determined wheth-I FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILELocated

-I seriously ilL I Ir. Collector of Internal Revenue. er the tragedy resulted from a defective -

: In..ltati'ltvcrJ :. B. Andreu. spent Tuesday and I indicator: on a "tell-tale" safety i in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14

i never sees one of them. The hoards jf j Wedres,lay at Brooksville where b.1] ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETINGThe I valve or the failure of those fir ven- ', Hours Every Day.

I i\ <> trade, or chambers of commerce, went attend the funeral of his j I tering the death chamber to heed the FLORIDA :

they flourish all long", as the shooting: niece. I tell tale's Earning on a leaky gas STARKE. | \t tm' ti
eecond annual business meeting -)
I off of th* mouths of would-be "pr fl I of the Baptist church was held oni| A of in the valve house
inent citizens" Is enough. When it last Friday afternoon in Starke. Ftt 7th. The I group men I
down into the Wednesday were installing apparatus for increasing ,,, ,
to pocket .
comes going! : Mrs. E. T. Stewart who has been filled with membersof x "'" "'''''' '''''Jir. smttiiaaB ::1t'1t'1m'Cl'C<:n.rW1MlJr"m": e-oi\; "1/
M;,, for substantial means to bring about seriously ill for the past week, is I auditorium was the flow in the mains when some
; the church who listened with deep 1
''( progress, then these bodies peter out I some better at this time. She i f. being of all. entered the underground chamber and FOR SALE [I
interest to the yearly reports:
I. and are soon forgotten/ by all, except I attended! by I Jr. \\': E. Middleton were bowled over by the fumes. Othv
work. Per-
1 by the said editors, who" are out'0f'r of Flarke. branches of the Lord's era hurried to their aid but they were SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTING SEED

i i pocket for stationery printed for the ,j Mrs Parrifth! of Lake ISutler is j hnps never iaf tbe history of the too quickly overcome by the'poison-
'r I church there ouch gathering on
was a :;
"'',ar/a. I IL here visiting at the home of her broth-I ous atmosphere. A clanging gas gong Sosnowski wilt-resistant variety. Prolific, yielding 3.25 to
1 ii thin kind and
I 1FOIL \er, K.; T.1tJwart.:! I II an occasion of su.h ; never turned the plant! into confusion. .. i iI one. Boll-weevil free. Price $2.50 per bushel f. o. b, &
before splendid reportsI.reseated.
were I Hurry calls were sent lor police Hawthorne, Florida. Cash with order. Address
W. Crews businessin
I'AltENTH f was transacting I' ,
They showed the work of
I Alachun Saturday afternoon. i j land firemen and the battle began to

1 f .K. T.: Stewart was a visitor to Lake I; the church to be in a healthful eohdi- i I save those who could be carried to A. P. BRANTLY COMPANY

.'' From time to time article signed"Teacher" Butler ; tion, with the majority of the member fresh air quickly and the still greater
r have appeared in the Tel- J Friday. I engaged in some form of church: :- BLACKSHEAR GA.
t Jno. I'inholster, of LaCrosse, and task of reaching! the first three collapsed t:
4 rxraph, and morn will follow. Theyare ,' Inman Harrison of Worthington were j activity and almost the entire mem- in the chamber. | MBgfflaffiflHBgnfflflMfflaefflffieflaWe; : ''''

written by able and earnest L"uhisuppCrting/ the services of the alive but
an | visitors" to our town Thursday after- Seven men were taken out II j
!1 1 educator. of much experience and present I i church. Congregations on the Lord'sDay all died before reaching St. Michael's'hospital. '

in a manner never surpassed for noon. have been large throughout the I The condition of several oth-I. 1
Rev S. S. ( of Lake Butler
Proctor ,
/ the close relationship I year while as many as sixty-4ive I I
will fill his regular here ers was reported to be critical.
.. that should exist between the teachers, have been attendance at the prayer will cashand
i' next Sunday.A. 4
I rneet This (is a fine record pay
I the pupils And the parents. Roughly J. Sowell has been on the sick : /1lts. HONOR ROLL FOR FIFTH MONTH
i The pastor expressed. the pleasure
speaKintf one-sixth of one's I it it is
list for the few days. First grade-LKJIS Long, Louise j
i past the gear's work had been to him, and I
spent in school that In to say, one- i I 1I II Snyder, Lois Adkins Marjorie Stump.Dorothy
sixth of one's lids is devoted to preparatory [ was confident!: that a continuance of Pauline Miner 'Eunice
NEW RIVEIt Ritch ,
I ouch an interest on the part of the market for
work In order that the other ( Canova Hazel Rogers, Sinclair Peek prices
'i people meant greater things during
flve-II Jlth. be successful. While
4 New Feb. Joe Ernest Fowler.
liver 16<-- bowling Jr., Mercel Hickey
''I" J in after life failures may be made up ''of Lake Butler was a caller here on I the new church year. Ha was sure Miss Olive Ray, teacher. fat hogs for

e for through better work and plan. Tuesday Ino:,, people could give their pastor Second grade-Martha Brownlee, butchering .

ning! a failure It make the most uf C. A. and M. L. Johns were visitors more hearty support, nor show a Marguerite Prevail, Mabel Neff, Julia

the first period cannot be made up to Luke Butler Friday.J. /greater appreciation! of his labors. Tison S. It. Johns Arthur Darby delivered at our plant
I After the business meeting a social .
for. Therefore, it is evident that during K.; Adklnn motored to Heilbronn Jones.
& the fynt portion of our life's work time, with refreshments was enjoy I
Sura (
Sunday. Third grade-- HopeMIaynes,
,1 the
r what we do must be done with our Messrs. Floyd, and Norman Wiggins ed. The motto offered by the pastorfor Mary Brown Minnie Starling, Billy during next 30
with much
the was repeated
mljfht. and A.V.. Brown motored to year I Harris Marie Brown, Joe Wiggins,
..t r We must have earnest teachers; yet Luke Duller !Saturday afternoon. enthusiasm: "I will bless the Lordat I Victor Thomas.lisa Jessie Thomas,
If the teachers are not assisted by thparents all times, Ills praise shall continually
Miss. Irma Andrews is tho guest of teacher.
t 1 the be in mouth.", I'.. 31:1.U."flSr .
of pupils they are hanti my
relatives at Heilbronn thin week. Fourth -Maurice Morgan, Etho- days.J.

I capped. in their work. This, again, Messrs. Orin Lonnio and Russell lin White Howard Hydorn, R. L.

a means that the childrun lose a portion Reddish of Hcithronn, motored here CHURCH IIULLEt1NThere Thomas. S. Blitch -
of what entitled The (
at r{ they are to. Saturday afternoon. Fourth A-Rachel 'Silcox, Muriel
d latter be Is no pleasure so rich, none
must with the importance
impressed -
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. and I James. Richard
4, Ilodgett Silcox, Wainwright,
so hallowing In their influences, and Supt. Florida State Farm RAIFORD FLA "
of their school work, as well ,
children, floss, Klvn: and Classie, were Glenn Wood Milton Brownlee, Jr.-
and obedience their constant in their supply, as those
as respect to .
t visitors to Starke Sunday. Eva; Powell, teacher.
t1 teachers tho which result from the true anil spirit-
necc-snity for Industry
y Grafton Adkins motored to StuikeTuesday. Fourth A-William Brown, Merrill
( 4 and steady uttcndunce.. While ..uch'heipi uulrworship of God. Pleuuont! as the Futch Thomas Williams, Ava
7 the cool water. brooks to; the thirsty, so I r
progress! uf the children, it Miss Annie KudJish .of Heilbronn, Lou Poppell. I
I also the pleasant in it to those who approachunto
teacher for
encourages we
attended! the party hero Saturday eve Fifth grades Leila Dee Andrews,
all work much better when find the living God.
v no we
ning. Iris Brown, Isabel Kaszyiutkl, Merrill
@ efforts/ There will be public worship morning Your
our iippruciutcd. We urge par ShipComing
MeHHrs. Dave Greene, Oren Hodges McMillan Theodore Young.-Isabel
ents of children of school age/ to read) and evening, at 11:00: and 7:30. -
and Doris Carter, of Pino Hill, were Bullen, teacher.
and consider "Teacher's" In the morning the pastor will speakon
messages! to .
vl.itora.bere Saturday and Sunday. Sixth grade-Bessie Pearl Tompkins -
them.ifl "Personal Liberty-What bIt? .
Thomas Llndxey left Monday for Ruth Sternberg.
Conditions call for a consideration of ?
Jacksonville to visit his sisters there Seventh grade-Ruth' Bower. I 7 -
such subject, and a dispassionate
l ItKOOKEK and then enlist in the navy. Eighth grade-Elise Jones Gusaie I''
handling of the matter from the pulpit
R. M. Uuthrio and C. G. Wiggins Mae Bennett, Edna ,
.J'lJ will be timely. In the evening n
( ;1 Itrooker, Feb. 10.-Mr. and Mrs.A. motored! to Starko Saturday. B. McGruder, teacher. .
series of sermons on the general topicof l\lanning.Mrs'l
K.: McKinney uf I.oulne, are moving Mrs. W. 91. Parker, who has been Tenth gradu-
"I 1 "five Fires"o will begin. The first ,
In the cottage recently vacated by visiting her daughter Mrs. Urlggers, Miss! Florence
will be "The Baptism of Fire, as set .
r: J K.: J. U-wU.. of Savannah, Ga., was called home to Eleventh !grade-Claudia Terry Isabel You *
forth by the Baptist in tho,third chap- often hear people say they are going to do "thus
,tin Lewis Shrlver was a visitor over to the bedside! of her son, Seeber! whois Fernandez, Eunice Perkins Iris
." ter of Matthew. Sermon series are and so" when their
ship comes in. Did
't' iainnsvllle; / i'rldiiy. i ill. Epperson Blanche Alderman Laura you ever stopto

<" 'i\\ ". I*. M. Uarefoot spent Sunday at Rev. Proctor of Lake Duller, filled always the series profitable just closed and attests.interesting as Wynn.-Mrs. G. C. White teacher. think that your ship will never come in until you

', t X. Handurson, Ilulmr county. his appointment! heru Sunday. There Twelfth rade-l\fadge Middleton.S. send one out ? s
t and B.
Bible school at 0:43: a. m.,
t', Messrs. M. I'. Mulheny,U A. frown will be services! here at l.un Bridge Y. P. U. at 0:30. S. Dowling, principal. You must build your ship in this world by industry and

and A. A. Hazen spent last Wednesday etvry second Sunday at 2:30: in* the thrift and it
is hard
not after
so begin and
you once
J afternoon In (juinesville.Jos. afternoon. MACON POLICE FIGHT GUN; BATTLE
"NEVER ,tGAIN"Startling the habit.
r 1C. Wilson of luinosvillv; / !, was Miss Jewel Wiggins, who '" utlrnj- I WITH MIRROR SHADOWS get _

Ir.g school in Cluyno visited. her fahI I' Macon Ga., Feb.! 13.-Danenberg Which would would you rather hear people say of
Experiences of Court House
Thur.day a. er here last week. Janitor department store officials'. late today you: "yonder goes John Smith, who struck it lucky on

r'1 J S. V. Amlreii. was transacting busl- after what they termed a "careful I a deal and cleaned up a pile" or "yonder goes John'

nest. In Gainesville;. ono clay of last LAWTEY declared
While the aetoplane ascensions investigation that the po- Smith the man of means, judgment and influence

week. were going on Monday John Mack lice who entered their establishment who has made money by keeping steadily at it and
Mr. I'riust, of Humpton and Her- Luwtey, Feb. 10.-Rev. W. L I'ow- Sunday night in search of burglars, by

w; mu.Itllllly.! of IjiCroHutwere visitors .,1I'a..ubJ" at Grace church fur Sun tho. colored janitor of the courthouse!, engaged in a gun battle between! themselves saving what he has made-a man who does things ?"
conceived notion to also take flier
a a
p? to our town Monday. day are, "Seven Pillars" In the morn- His friends tried to dissuade him, but I and their reflections in the big What you would term a "lucky streak" only comets to _

(!i. 'Ili.Colrton, ono of our prominent Ing and In the evening at 7:30: "The Mack declared that he had ridden on mirrors in the store. Officials further one in a thousand, while we can all become independent

merchants, was transacting business! Hook of Llf ." trains In automobiles, merrygo.rounda [ declare that there were no burglars if we go about it in the right manner. -
at thi) county seat !Monday An interesting Epworth League in the store at the time.
and ferris wheels also on a us help on the to
you way independence. We feelan
It. J. Johnson and, son and Veda program will bo rendered at 7 p. m. Bullets shattered several hundred

ter, i'' Hutson of Guilford; were visitors Mr. and Mrs. II. C. WImberly( and Fordson tractor, and had survived. dollars' worth of mirrors in additionto I interest in you, and in this part of the country. You
Nothing white folks could invent
I her last Sunday, Miss Winifred Wimberly, of Highland damaging much wearing apparel.A 1 are a part of the country, are you going to do your
would scare him. So he entered the
: Carl Ward, of Jacksonville, spent were hero Tuesday! light was burning in the .rear of part ?
machine In of another col.
f3 Sunday here with relatives. I IMr. W. E. Torudu U. transacting business ored company the store when the police arrived andas I

; \ and Mrs. 1. W. i'inholster spent In St. Louis and Kansas City, Mack'man. they entercdsthe second floor, facing
impression that he
was was
sk the week-end! with relatives In Jack- Mo.\ this week. number of mirrors their shad
In the midst of roaring and
a cyclone
.unvllle' Walter Butler! of Maxvillo, was In in the soft darkness presumablyhad
ows !:
he heartily wished he back to +
Mann, Leila Ma and. Troy Andreu > town Tuosddy. were the appearance of burglars movIng

} t- pt'tTt jthe first of the week visiting Carl Wooten was a business visitorto See about the store, officials said. BRADFORD COUNTY BANKN. I

relatives in Alachua. ( Jacksonville Tuesday.

:Sheriff" Epperson, of Sturke.! was a Martin Blackburn of '
; J. H. RITCH ,
td visitor hero Thursday afternoon. I i was a visitor here Pr.ai
,\ Sunday school wait. organized! Miss Onelda McWhlte,JaCkaOnville'j all kind of Monday morning W. T .Iloltzendorf Cashier

last Sunday at the Free Will Bap.tist Is spending a few days assistant manager of the Starke ,

church and the followingS officers home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harrell. I Shas, Doors, Windows Poultry Farm, noted a commotion \,;:.. -

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ville. ;one, us his nnimyla, poultry and gur- GOOD COLORED WOMAN: DEAD!

t, 11<.'tumid support him.
i The RudclifTe Chnutauqua will \be in Amends, wife of Nels Mathis, colored
@ Bits of LocalInlorimitioii @ Starke March 12, 13 and 14. Infor- METHODISTSumlay died at her homo about miles

mation concerning same will appear northwest of Starke, last"Friday. Her '

later in the Telegraph. school at 10 n. m., E. I'j ago was CO years and the cause of

t I I'errynwn superintendent. I her death was heart trouble. The remains -

II I I Messrs.' Alderman and Timmons, I Trenching 11 a, in., and 7:30: p. m., were interred atf Seven Oaks t

Concerning Our People Business and ,, state agents for tho Gray automobile, \by the. pastor Kcv. Simpson. I I cemetery Saturday. She loaves a husband FOR SALE -Strawberry crates complete

(0 @ were hero Wednesday for a conference I Epvorth League Sunday evening; and two children to mourn \her with eups. D. W. Moore, The-
Progress in the County and Town. !! I
with their local rl'lU'escntaelve, 6:15. departure: rt>H8U. 216tf.

I D. Boree. I Prayer nOetingVl'dnt' day evening Nels Mathis Is tho most prosperous
WANTED Ninety Day and Bunch
r 7:30.: colored farmer of this section, and

I I.Bonnett's. R. Fernandez, after having spent I The Hervicea recently havo been well I has.! shown what men of his race can Velvet Beans J. F. Kicklitcr,
j. Good fine sack salt, $1 per sack at Allen (Canova of Jacksonville, was Starke. 2-10-21
It the week-end guest of his parents some time in traveling, has returnedto attended and much interest in the do 1C they have the "i11. But ho had
I work is manifested. All members faithful helpmates in his wife, who
Mr. and Mrs. E. E.. Canova. Starke. HA will be glad to meet being! a WANTED--Sha.ro tenants or wage
his friends at Hull's Department urged to be present and strangers assisted him all sho could and cheered
hand Have good land houses and,
A. of
J. J. McKinney Sampson City
welcomed.PI.KASANT him In his work. Th docciisod had,
Store whore he has accepted a position cordially
had business in Slarke Tuesday. I One large lot of Ginghams, Cham- IIlu'k.V.. M. Parker New River
honest endeavor the
through won es
brays and Curtain Scrims, yard 10e. as salesman. Fin. It
: CARD PARTYA tl'l'l1an,1 liking of white a* well ns
New spring line Ladies' hats: at C. L. Hodges. colored and
they heartily sympathizewith
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mr. and RKAL: STA'1'E-I"arms) wanted. I
Hodges. Call and see them. the bereaved in their
Marigold seed, large variety, Mrs. C. F. Hoover and Don Hoover card party was given by Mrs. G. I wish to co-operate with n real estate

Mitchell's Drug Store. motored to Hawthorne Sunday and M. Imnan at her cozy home on row. ,, dealer in !Hulling farms! and
A. II. Schilke, of Orlando
spentSaturday home by Mrs. after -- farm' lands. in Bradford
were accompanied Chun-lv street, last: Thursday !I county.
here with his *
family. ,
i Stewart Wallace, who: is the guest of noon. It was an informal affair, five ROOK PAUTY Give particulars ,and referenced.Chiia. ,
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins were
; Mrs. C. F. Hoover. hundred 1 being the game played. The I I Peterson 3:19Milwaukee: \
,.+ Ninety day and bunch velvet beansat shopping in Jacksonville last Satur I, '
highest score was made by Mrs[ C. The Woman's Club gave n Rook Avenue, Chicago, 111. l-2l-lt(
Kickliter'a.Hills' day.
The Protestant Brotherhood will A. Futch. party in the big hall of the clubhouse

hold their next regular/; meeting at the The charming htsti-gs served sandwiches Tuesday evening. The Valentino idea i When ordering your Missionary and
Giant Zinnias seed atMitchell's Carl Knikht and D. P. Carpenter londyko strawberry plants for
1 Woman Club February 19th, and all and cocoa. The guests composing was carried; out in the decorations,
Drug Store. motored to Gainesville Thursday eve I growing runners specify Allen'sand
meetings will be held at thin. building this pleasant gathering were: Col! red ruses and hearts being outstanding I
ning. get tho best that can be !grown
'f hereafter.I and Mrs. A. S. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. features. There were ten tables.
w W C. Harris, of Maxville was a : pure and unmixed. Accept no sub!
I. F. Smith Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch mado by Mrs. K. K.
visitor to Starke Tuesday Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and Mrs. A. High scores were stitutes. Mr. N. B. Hull represents. h hus
have moved my stock of merchan- Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis Mr. and Perrynmn and Mrs. W. K. Davis; low
M. Darby spent Monday in Jackson in Starke and will forward l
Get mattings and from dise to the Griffin & Johns. old stand, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mr and Mrs. C. F. scores by S. L. Peek and Mrs. G, M. 'I .* your
your rugs ville. order. 2.9ithouse
\II. _. Leviton. Big bargains It I : formerly occupied by F. A. Crowder. Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk Sfotrunk.Refrobhnicnts.

I Charles Darby, of Madison spent : I will appreciate your trade in thefu'lure I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Collins Mr. and were served, consisting I Jarish.I .

n D. J. Byrd, prominent citizen of the the week-end. with his brother, A. M. as I have in the past. C. L. : Mrs.[ Ed R. Netr, Mr. and Mrs 1'". F. of sandwiches coffee and tea, and Jury Commission Named!

1' Hodges.) I Stump.PROCItAM. there homemade candy in abundance. -
: Graham section, was in town Tues Darby, was B
Tha incomevys' $22.50.: Mrs. I Itastrop, Lang Feb. 13.-Twenty citizeim
ip W. A. Duboso is home again after ( ( : METHODIST CHURCH G. M. Inmnn was In charge of ar- I of the Morchouso parish from

Best grade Aster seed. Mitch Just received nice new tot organ- 15 weeks .spent in a Jacksonville hospital : FRIDAY, 7:30 P. M.OrchestraSelected I rangements. among whom on March n will be selected
dies voilas tissues and imported ,
: after 1 thu grand jury which will! be
ho taken un
ell's Store. where was
r Drug ginghams Hodges. On the corner.: I I1
that cost .. naked to I investigate tint operations of
automobile accident nearly
:I 'UHIOSI1'i i hooded bands In the parish and to
is able to
One lot Men's good weight blue ov- his life. Mr. Duboso go
Squash melon, tomato (early De Song, Special-Choir. I indictment
u score or more
for 10 days only about but not to work as yet, but he the linotype I
; jeralla, special price troit and others), okra butter beans Devotional.Acrostic. The other day t Telegraph' charging violence from' murder to assault
I j-ttte. C. L. Hodges. is hopeful of soon regaining the full operator showed the archaeological I
seeds atKickliter's. Children.
and all
rhiglish garden Fourteen
peas -- and buttery, were named today
all will be well
use of hill arm, when reporter something that' look
2-lG-Zt Biographical!\ Sketch:: of Frances by the (pariah jury commission.
wanted at Kick- again. His many friends rejoice in I'dikl'\ lock of hair. It was:
Chickens and eggs Willanl-Mrs. A. M. Darby.Duet a gray On the day the jury is organUed,
liter's. A. A. Johns and son, Asa II. Johns seeing him among them uguin. -Musdames Adkins and) Bish finer than spider's web very soft and District Judge Fred'" M. 0,11/111 will

lof Frostproof, were in town the first op. brittle.: Whatvaa It? The said reporter select from the panel to be foreman,
s Mrs, Stanley C. Camel!, of Or- ST. MARK'S CHURCH Powell. who had }tINt been rending' anexciting \
: of the week Mr. Johns is a large uIiIlI.-lIhfl., L. Or and, then tho names of the other clcven -

t Imond; is: visiting her parents, Mr. and property owner in the southern portion -Quartette-Misses Matthews and account of tomb exploration members! will bo drawn.
Mrs. F. A. Scott. I Service on the First Sunday in Lentat Adkina. in Egypt, suggested\ that it must bo: ,
Johns' und
of Starke. Struth, Mettdamcs < I The panel win set DC ted without regard -
7:30 p. m. l'rllnet'sVlllard's I hair from the heud. of u mummy\ ; but.
The Secret of to religious, social or fraternalrelations !
Georgia and North Carolina peanut Rev. A. E. Dunham, rector of St. Services on Friday evenings duringLent. l'oWt--l\Iisi: Idubcl Itullen.Offertory I )io, it wan ton fine even for Cleopatra. according\ to members of

oed, also (:chufas at Kickliter's. Mark's (church spent Sunday in Mel- Orcho tru. und she
rose. "" Sons -Ch il.1. ren.Acr.ticNino. 1 i The operator then explained that it I Attorney General Coco plans to present

Hiss Lucia Baisden, of Jacksonville SERMON: SERIES IN BAPTIST Children. I was the metal from which the typo incunt the jury on or immediately. after

was visiting relatives in Starke during Ab Johns, who is attending the University CHURCH Paewn of Vil'tory-Choir. that through abnormal pressure1 March IS with ovldencn developed at

the week, of Florida, spent the week- The New World, Who Will Build it hud been forced, while white hot, the open hearing In tho form of a

end with his mother, Mrs. Laura The Five Fires It?-Mrs. J. W. White. through; the half inch walls of the cast brief of the transcript of the testy I

Mrs Jack Rollins, of Middleburg,, Johns. Feb. 18.-Tho Baptism of Fire. Flag Song--Children. iron reservoir, and hung! In I..nsililen/ mony. It also has linen, Indicated the

was! here Saturday to visit her mother Feb. 25: Salted With Fire. Solo, Victory-Mrs. E. M. Johns. thread to the floor. We have never state might present other evidence
W. Liddon. Shoe for ladies and Mur. -1-Saved by\ Fire. T. N. heard of the \like happening before,
Mrs. C. 'I shining parlor Don't Care Citizens: -Mrs. which heretofore has not been made
Mar. 11-Christ Flinging Fire. has been known to bu i
gentlemen in the Electric Shoe Shopon Keiulrick.OrchcMtrn: though water publi". t
Dr. A. II. Freeman of Jacksonville, Walnut street just south of J. W. Mar. 18-'The Devouring Fire. -Selected. squeezed\ through the sides! of tho reservoirs I

l was here Sunday on professional bus- White & Son's. Open Sunday a. m. Song! Special-Choir. of hydraulic presses when I tl
SEWERAGE EXTENDED enormous pressure had been applied. I'llcs Curou ;:1:1: a to I* lwvfMiil "
of music -
ineNl. treat
You will miss n rare
----- i I Just received a new shipment of art I ami singing if you do not attend The flame of a match was applied locure>!l"lu-hliU!*i; ftiml, Kllril mom. '/V,I If,',uilUnr TV,.O I1 0.'C<.rniillli0,! IBST, I I I.,' .. }

Bar and !. and of all A new line of sewer has been laid ; to a big bunch of thin metallic hair. Iimtiintiv mltpvfi !'"... >' II frf.iiui "
Hr. and Mrs. R. A. our squares! mattings rugs street this service. ... ::::|?ii :) in ..WII C .;;. '",-
children, of Jacksonville, spent the, kinds. For lack of room we will sell from Call street on Sanderson I It dared up like powder and left aresidue ---

c week-end with friends.: at u low price. M. Leviton, FireproofGarage. to Jefferson street to servo propertiesnorth CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES: of metal an big ait the point Lumber!
and west of the court: house. of 41 pin.DICCLAKKS.
i A line is under construction on !- Lumber! .
C. C. McCall, the well known Guilford street from Cherry to Next Lord's day has been Hut as the
Mrs. T. W. Oliver of Sylvania, Ga., Seventh ( DAMKL: AND RICHARDS
naval stores operator, paid our4j4e ,
school All ))1Born'
on to organize our Bible Lumber!
to properties
Church street, serve day
visit Wednesday.T. came Thursday and is a guest at the, !BOTH ,.IVBNU. ) SAFE
a pleasant the street first named. of our members are urged! to bu pn'sl'nt -
home of her mother, Mrs. Sarah L., '
Another line will be; laid from Jackson I ; at 10 a. m. And all former students ItitlhIte Lumber Yard, Starke!
Hamrick. Klan Lecturer Says They Will
C. Morris ;Js clearing and fencing other
street north on Church street as whom we have loaned to '
E i the portion of his land lying east for i'far as practicable, for the benefit of I schools are requested to be present Produced for Irand: Jury 'I tKptarptOtDhlt0rCW01NIDptOWrDttttorr) ) nltyn'.IAI' ,
of Alligator canal.: Beginning Saturday lasting next Sunday to participate in the or- COFFINS & CASKETS J!
R Church street property. :
,ten days only I will sell good quality : Idaho Falls, Idaho Pel). 13.-- Dun- I

t 44 Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Young had as 3ft inch unbleached sheeting at lOc a.yard. I KEAI;Y FOR: OCCUPANCYThe /ganisation.Several people have moved into tho lei und Richards are alive and well ut' And a Full Line of 'J,

$ a weekend guest, Earnest Reich of I. Not. over 10 yds: to each cus- community who are members of the New Orleans where they are under I Undertaker:uppli"i i
C. L. observation by the klan memo
tomer. Hodges. daily i
Chicago. I I R. S. Johns property, '' church in other communities, and
former I
t .bers, ))1'. Burger said He was Introduced AUTOMOBILE: II K:A USE

Mrs. LaMira Graham, of Jacksonville I| Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and recently purchased by Judgo R. A'i' these should be persuaded to tranflft'r'of ni "ofllclal\ Hpohcxman of the Al..r* on hum!. The brut. .T- I

spent Sunday with her parents I i children spent Saturday in Lake Butler Green, has had a thorough overhauling ''their membership at once.themselves Some invisible empire, Knights of the Ku' >. at thr lowest. price 8p.-
these feel I
Mr. The residence has been swung t people maybe I ct.J tlrntion to telegraph or- I
Mr. and Mrs. 3' M. Alvarez. wits Mrs. Poppell's parents Klux Klan.
around and now faces Sanderson strangers, in our midst. Some may am. Itrglsl.rrd Embalmer.DeWITT .
i and Mrs. II. Tomlinson. Burger declared Daniel and -
street, instead of Jackson street, as i feel timid and need to be made to feel
Stowoll'a evergreen, Adams' large I IMitchell's before. This difficult work was in at home among us. Therefore, wesuggest would be produced when the C. JONES ij r
snowflake, white and yellow Dent corn: Drug Store, agent of Fred Chase. The building to the "Old Guard" a fine Morehouse grand jury convenes! to
.4'' at KicWiter's. for Mills: Seed Store, Jackson- charge 'I in touch with consider, the findings of the recent STARKE. FLA.J(1)t1JtnlJlClr.mC'JwmmJIQmrn r'4
has been repaired new fences built piece of work viz: get
Klan activities in More-
and that along Sanderson street mov- I these new members quickly! and help hearing into : ) ) mc>immtttomct Lh

'. .. ... . for tho brick them become acquainted. '
room \
back to give
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road soon to be constructed.The 1 i, Do>> not wait to be called up or told ,

residence already has occu 'I again, but go at once please. Call on

'. Mrs. Carrie Hicks and family somebody, at leant, and be ready to ;

m COMING I lands, formerly domiciled of Hampton there. being comfortably report report.having called, if called on fora w / 4%

The judge has added to bill holdings Prospects are bright for the church

The Show of QualityAmerica's ;. in that neighborhood by the purchase If all the members will be zealous attentive w ',7 r

If from W. M. Hollingsworth, ofa faithful and true to the V

Sterling Actor lot on Bay street, adjoining ,property church, to each other, to our Master A\ iw'a

already owned by him. and the minister. Strive to be I presentat >> r

A RABBIT FARM Preaching 10 a. m. sharp.at 11 a. m. and 730 p. r "1 t c

l Herbert K. Betts m. cry .

Oscar Vandevlgvere, besides being W. E.J>AUGIIF.RTY.

an artistic painter, is also>> a rahhit '. "

"t. fancier. At his home just east of the PRESBYTERIAN 4
John R. Price's Successful
) in his Big Production of numerouJ in \t
w park, he has cages

Western Play an which are kept Belgian hares. and rub- "If thou turn away thy foot from 4\t THE HELPING r

. bits. Everything is kept scrupulouslyclean the Sabbath, from doing thy pleasureon i

the animals are properly cared my holy day; and call the Sabbath ,z-, ,. HAND :

for and look exceedingly well. a delight\ the holy Jf the Lord, honorable .

Arizona Cowboy These animals breed very fast, and ;,end shalt honor him, not doing ,._ ,,. i Your bank account 1 is a J

a furnUh most of the' flesh food for the thine own way., nor finding thine own r' friend you can always .?
sold) at good 'i' P' depend on. It's "face .
family, but. many are pleasure, nor speaking thine own :
I. prl es. word y ,y ::;: !.KI, value"/ fri mhM Not& ,41:.

'\ A Sensational Play depitcing the home life and Besides rabbits, "Oscar" has also Then! hult thou delight thyself In .r, .1... 1..,, tcd f rirnd hhitJ.

:/ domesticity of the Modern Cowboy of gor.eas! pigs, which are bred for the the Lord; and) I will cause thee to e T .htI a Savin' Account at this .f

Rockefeller Institution for purpose ride upon the high( places of the earth Hank, even though the hlarl may

:.. the Golden West of experiment. The young pin arevery and feed thee with the heritage of be email. Cultivate the value

cute little animal. Jacob thy father; for jthe mouth of I, of saving, and you cultivate the "friend indeed"

t A PLAY'that will make you think He also keeps a flock of fine hens I the Lord hath spoken It." Inaiah 58: f because it will always be the "friend in need." kIt

_, will.; make you laugh I for eggs, and has a flourishing garden 13-14. 1 It I

While he i is seldom out of a job aOi Special' invitation to attend our Bible i. ,
painter, be would not'Ktarve without study at 10 a. m*, which still b

l' Thursday; February' 22 PERFECT HEALTH grows teacher.in interest. Prof. Thornqueit Bank ,of StarkeThe

?.!<'. f III* fc_ tfc. !!..._ <. -*- Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
: GAIETY THEATRE _. ........ ... -. aM .......- 7:30 p. m.Cordial. Bank of Helpful Service
invitation to all our servi
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mum cost, and a ready sale can be HARDING WILL ENTER week with her sinter in Jacksonville.Mrs. Waldo where he will bo located for

Itt, found always for any surplus and at RACE FOR ItE-ELECTitNWill B. Johns and Miss Erma Jchns i some time.
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I-***-..................... a profitable price. spent last Saturday with Miss Erma's Thompson spcn')
. I Begin Campaign Soon After Returning sister, Mrs Lee Parker, of Camp- the week-end with relatives in Ifaxvillc. .

With The Bradford EXTRACTS: FROM: REPORTS OF from Alaskan. TripA ville. .
: COUNTY AGENTS:: The ladies of the Methodist church J. L. Johnson was a business vixit.n-

\ met at the home of Mrs. I1 B. Hunt to Jacksonville! Sunday.Mr. .
campaign to insure the nomina-
County Farmers Madison-Attended an enthusiastic tion of President Harding for tho Tuesday and organized a W. M. U. and Mrs Noah Carter and children -
The will sell cake, home made of Maxville arrived
society Saturday
: 1 meeting of Greenville breeders asso- presidency in 11>21 is now being undertaken -

'.. ) 1, L .................___.._._-..-i. ciation, called to discuss growing oftruck with his consent by friends candy, sandwiches, and tea at the city for a visit with relatives here and at
;' .................................. crops.. Forty-one farmers have Washington.. The president has hall Saturday, beginning at 2 o'clockp. Clay Hill.

agreed to plant 65 acres of truck. decided to accede to the request of his m. G. II. Barker spent the week-end

1yn' I haw commenced bearing, I find them County cooperative association was friends and Heck a vindication of the Mrs. S. Simmons, of Waldo, was with relatives in South Jacksonville.J. .
: BEAN mother Mrs. P. B.
CHINESEELVKT ;, bo all soft and formed this week with 83 farmers en- principles of his administration in the guest of her A. Bentley of Madisin and II. C.
FROM: ONE: SEED to shapes, worthless
,rf STARTED I and I have destroyed them. I'm out roll Ing. I I tile coming presidentialrucc. Hunt. Wimbcrly, Jr., of Island Grove, spent

"I returns for irrigated land, money, -- I Unwilling heretofore tlheck re- I Sunday with II. C. Wimberly and t

Ft { The velvet bean excels as a soil improver fertilizers and work for 12 months. Jetft'rlion-JIave ordered considerable II nomination, Sir. Huijing has vietd 1C\U'fU) I family.
t"" t'' and milk and meat producer Rom II. Wilder, Plant City, Feb. cotton seed for farmers thru to an active campaign in his behalf ': F. 1\1.Crews returned Sunday froma

among the forage plants grown in 7, 102.1.: -Plant City Courier the farm bureau. because of criticism which has arisen Raiford, Feb 16.-Mrs. Will Stal- visit with relatives at Hampton.

I Florida, according to specialist of in sonic sources over the conduct of lings, of Lawtey, was in town Wed- Little Miss Hazel Crews accompaniedhim

e+ the Florida Experiment: Station. In FARM: SUGGESTIONS; : TOR 1323 Santa Rosa-Attended five farmers his administration. He believes this nesday afternoon while en route to home for a visit here.

lews t than 20 year this plant has meetings this week. and discussed fertilizing criticism is entirely unjust and is due Lake City where she will visit a few Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Lang and sqn

sprung/ from little comparative' importance Farmers t Fit ('H are receivin; and the Florida method of boll to lack of knowledge among the, people days. were busines svlsitors to I-nwtcy Saturday -
@ to one of the most practicaland the following brief recommendations weevil control. Farmers are order- as to the true motives involved.Up WT J. Roberts, of Jacksonville,

popular in this state, If not in the I frum the College of Agriculture, Uni- ing poison and dust gUlls with whichto to a few weeks ago Mr. Harding spent two days hem last week. I Mr. and, Mrs. D. E. Bell, Mish Ma-

Jiouth.\ I I j I versity of Florida: combat the weevil. held to his decision that he would not Miss Helen Nauright spent several : mie Bell and !Master Edwin Bell mo-
About wo( the Florida Experiment CornIt seek n second term in the White days lust week visiting friends In'' tored to Gainesville Sunday for two

k i Station received from tropical countries House. The physical strain of the Williston and Raleigh. days visit with relatives.
I is not recommended! thattho Seminole Considerable will I
something like sixty different cotton office and the illness of Mrs. Hard. Mrs. Conner, who has been visitingher
Richard of lcLand
Florida. farmer plant corp as a money be here this and all will English, arrived
varieties of beans, among which was /grown year, ing hit J induced him to make up his daughters, Mrs. Mattie Futch and: for visit
Saturday with U. D.
A liberal a
by acreageof be treated for boll weevil .
crop control
a single Heed of a variety apparently I has I by mind that he would retire. Mrs. Herbert Bradley for several days Prescott and family
corn to supply his own needs the Florida method.
'1. from Chum. It was planted by former returned to her home here last Thurs-
its legitimate place In any rational Hut since the November elections, 1 Miss Leona Griffis and Richard Kng-:
Director, P. II. Rolfs in a flowerpot when of his friends day. I
system of farming in Florida Plant many Republican lish motored to Starke Monday andwero
,i I at the experiment, stationIt/ com on wellpreparedland and fertilize Walton-Have just finished placing were swept out of both houses of congress !\II'. Kite, who has 'been visiting his quietly married at the court

sprouted, grew and produced weed. it well. In..r. between the rows 18,720 plants and cuttings at a great in labor of progressives and sister, Mrs. W. W. Rice, for a week, house, leaving' immediately afterward -
From that beginning; with one seed, Having to our farmers. The largest left Friday afternoon for his homein
.. Democrats, much criticism has come for
should! lit- lunted! cowpeas or velvet their home in DeLand. Airs.
moro than five hundred bushel ofI' acreage ever planted to fruit trees in to his Upon the advice of his llenderbonville, N. C. I'
ears. English is very popular through/ this
u seed grown and distributed, by this section is now going on. Mrs Mahood last weekendat
"nl.:0 spent
friends he now reached the conclusion section where she has lived her entire -
the station to Florida farmers by Hit! :Sweet Potatoes I I
her home
i near Mucclenny.
] that it is virtually n duty thai
life, and friends extend congratulations -
Thix is which has not been
I' The name "Chinese"/ was given to this a crop Taylor-Preparations are being he seek vindication from this criticism A. L)>. Andrews was u visitor to
and best wishes.
'' property appreciated: in the South, or made farmers to about. ,
: i Lean. by plant 300( by fightingfor his: principles in Jacksonville one day last week.
I in the North. With good management acres of watermelons. '" Miss Carrie lust week
Tho thief advantage of thu Chi.t the next election. McKay spent
there is 'no reason why sweet tofds tiC'U',:> ('-!i) anti 'J'trl1'n.r;
nerve velvet bean is: its curliness and The actual campaign will' be begun end in Jacksonville visiting her sis-
:, potatoes cannot become a money cropin LAXAUVi b.')Mt' <,I,JMNE: '1 ihleu -eumv the
heavy growth, its extremely high Florida. Certainly farmers are I Orange-Special! projects I am devoting when the president begins his Aluiknn ter, Mrs! W. S. Graham. i .au.... 'low. 1h; ur.y, two'r'" <>ulor) .."
j feeding value of both seed and vine, I my attention to right now are: I trip. lie will make 20 speeches Messrs. Carlos Johns, Barnard An- E:. W GSOVEa!::: i.."n.' .n. hi,'*. 3'M.\
t f I and its ability to reproduce' itself. justified in growing sweet potatoes I Itinerary for California citrus growers ur more in thc larger cities of the I II drews and McNeil were visitors to
; food and feed I
.,. The velvet bean crop of Florida, \is even us a crop.IVamiU county bcautflication, state flow. United States on the WRY to Alaska Lake City last Sundiiv.Mr. '. Cures Malaria, Chi .l",

j annually worth about four mid a half'1 j and Velvet Iteaim\ er show, poultry exhibit, preservationof I and returning. I I Limbaugh, of Starke, was u 666 %nd Fever, Dengue or 1

t .v !f, million dollars. It is impossible to j These are profitable crops and especially bird life. I These speeches will constitute alighting viistor hero Monday. Bilious Fever.

J' I say Just how much the Chinese Variety so as soil improvers. As a I defense of the administra I Mrs. J. C. Jones and little son, Billy -

\, is worth, for tho census reports hog and cattle feed, the bean has a Okliluosa-Indklltionll] place Irish tion's activities thus far and outline who have been visiting relatives in HaMtual constipation cured r

4 i., all varieties'under one head. I lower big point in its favor. The peanut is potato acreage of this county for thill... the course he intends to pursue during Tampa for a week, returned to their In 14 to 31 Days .

j: specialist of the experiment' possibly one of the best fattening year at about five hundred. the next two years. They will home here Sunday. j I|,, "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSN" is a speciaayprepurod -

station, who have endeavored to keep I fads for hogs. As soil improvers point to the farm credit legislation S. T. Dowling, of Lake Butler, was Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitua'
//i I Constipation. It relieves but
; t l' a clime record of the different these crops are almost essential to Liberty:-'-Cotton acreage is being enacted by the Republican congress, in town Sunday. should be taken regularly for promptly 14 to 21 days
and forage plants of the state es the farm. No rotation system in the greatly increased. The Florida meth- the steps taken in tho Conference on I Misses Bessie Kennedy and Kate to i induce regular action. ItStimc.atelland!

South should exclude them; od of boll weevil control will have a naval arms limitation last year in Epperson spent last week-end at their Regulates Very Pleasant to Tak*. talc
.J' I
l Home Gardens; thorough test here this year. Washington, and embody a plea for home in. Lake Butler. per bottle

: than one-half of the velvet beans Spucpil attention should be givento the merchant marine act, sometimes 1

grown in thin state are of the Chinese the homo garden. The land should Clay-A local farmers orguniza designated, as the "ship subsidy. HIGHLAND JOHN WHITE SCO

rt. variety. be specially prepared and highly fertilized tion, to be recreational as well as I LOUISVILLE, KY. d- w }

But the Chinese is not the only vel- with farm manures. Plantings business, was formed at Doctors In- LAKE IIUTLEK Highland, Feb. 16.-Miss Olliu l.Ublllh.iU 1837 w yc ; f.

\ bet bean to have been distributed by should) bo made'practically every weekin let Wednesday, when several farmers Marr, of :Stark, spent Wednesday Liberal. ortm n< and, r 4,j rT '

1 the Florida station. Back in 1007!) thc year, HO as to insure fresh vegetables met to discuss the cotton situation. Luke Butler, Feb. 10.-A capacity here with relatives.J. Full Valua paid lof "'

tp t steps were taken to hybridize the then for every day of the year. Cultivation We are trying to form these organizations 1- house greeted the pupils of Miss Co- L. Johnson was a vistor to Bald- Raw

.; poorly developed native velvet bean. should be regular and thor wherever practical. It makes rinne Elizabeth Shaw Friday evening win Wednesday.Mrs. FursA l

I : As a result of that work over 300 varieties ough. the county agent work day and night at eight o'clock. The program was A. JI) Wilkinson returned on

"" were produced,I and !grown on Pork Production but this is all right if he can Accomplish a rare treat and displayed the ability Thursday from a visit with relativesin TONIC

\ tho station's farm. Through this Florida is annually paying. out sev- some lasting good. of the Union, county high school's music Jacksonville. Drove Tasteless chill Tonic restore

work, conducted }by Dr. It. Y. Winters eral million dollars for hog meats, and expression teacher. The pupils Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mosl'ey, D. C. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and I

and Prof. John Belling, some when all of it could be raised right Wakullu-Many farmers are buying performed creditably and from Mosley and W. M. Wimberly made a Enriching the Blood. When you feel. ltd II

very prolific and highly popular varieties here at home., Every farmer should pure bred hogs, brood sows and the tiniest tot to the high school sen business trip to Lake Geneva Wed strengthening.Invigorating effect, see how

tin, notably the Osceolat Alachua have one or more sows and provide pigs. Cotton still popular subject iors. There came u bit of pleasure nesday.Percivul. it brings color to the cheeks and how

di and Wakulln-were eliminated.PLXNT ..... them with /green u., growing crops- and with farmers. and an evidence of talent aided and Sayward arrived Wednesday it Improves the appetite you will then

11 sanitary surroundings.' Do not give trained by their work during the from Boston to join Mrs. Say-: appreciate its true tonic value.

.' CITY GROWER GETS I up the raising/ of hogs, even though WHY TIIK EDITOR LEFT TOWN .school session of this year. The auditorium ward, who has been spending several'' Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply,

MIXED STRAWIfERRY I'I.AN'I'Sj' the present market conditions are dis- stage was prettily decoratedfor months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
\ courugltig. People must eat pork 1 is Somebody sent the editor of the pleasant even children like it. The blollkl>
----- ; the occasion with palmettos, moss Henry Hudson. After a couple of needs
QUININE to Purify it and IRON
'PfI Sam H. Wilder, well-known Midway i u staple food; market conditions will Lokatown Gazette a few bottles of and. Southern smilax. The opening weeks' (visit they will return to their Enrich It."Destroys Malarial germs BUll*

kr I grower, has/ had it now experience improve. home brew. On the same day ho received chorus, the "Gipsy Trail" was attrac- lorne. Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invignr*

this season-getting mixed berry Other Livestock for publication a wedding announcement tive in every detail. The girls in W. M. Wimberly left Saturday for sung Effect ,,01".

i4 plants on part. of his. strawberryfarm. The most economical way of marl and a notice of an auc- their costumes symbolized the genuine : -

lie has destroyed< the part of I l ketmg\ many crops! is to feed it to live tion sale I Gipsy The writer might also 1 1i i
,, a the acreage on which the untrue i stook. Every: farmer, therefore, Here are the results: refer to the costume songs, "Sho Niceto j
i plants were, because of the poor quality l I should: strive to maintain his livestock "Wm. Smith and Miss Lucy Anderson be Acquainted" and "Jolly Little For Real conyin

.S but while his Joan is no small I especially good beef and dairy were disposed of at public auction Waiters," which brought hearty ap
item, he has other acreage which has I cattle, no as to have a sulHcient number lit my farm, one mile east of a beau- plause. .

produced/ well, as usual) I to consume tho surplus feed on tiful cluster of roses on her breast The individual numbers wcr:* appreciated the latcheD Use

1 Mr. Wilder requests the Courier to the farm. Where advantageously situated and two white calves before a background I } and too much that is complimentary a

rr print the following regarding. the misrepresented dairy farming will prove prof of farm implements to numerous can not be said, of Miss 1

ti plants he received, in order itable.' Livestock will pay not onlya to mention, in the presence of Shaw's ability as a gifted, and accomplished

ft he stated, that growers may be I good profit for feed consumed, but about seventy guests, -including! \ two artist. CALUMET

4S t on guard when buying plants, as he will very materially increase the supply milch cows, six mules and a bob-sled. "

nays ho U not the only grower in this i 1: of farm manure, thus saving the Rev. Jackson tied the nuptial knot, I II AMITONHampton F
section who had such trouble this season '! fertility that otherwise would bo sold with about two hundred! feet of hay

: : |,| from the farm. rope and the bridal couple left on The Economy BAKING POWDER
Feb. lIJ.-H.
L. Hicks of
good John 'Deero for extended '
4.p : Warning Poultry plow an
I' Waldo business
was! transacting
I I purchased berry plants from Jno. | Florida .i!!* not growing anything trip with terms to suit the purr Saturday. A Time and 1
Big Saver
Lightfout, Chattanooga, Tenn., 'thru like the poultry that is needed in tho chaser. They will be at home to their Money
Mrs V. L. of
Geiger Brownville
his agent at Plant City, and they state, and, it is recommenced and friends, with ono good baby buggyand
Is the of her. mother Mrs. T.
guest J. When
were to be Missionary, and noon dis- urged, that much more attention be a few kitchen utensils after ten Durden. CeAKIN ObNOR you bake

covered they wero badly mixed and, given to this valuable brnArh of the months from the date of sale to responsible with Calumet ;
F, K.: Henry has recently been the you
took the matter with Mr. Light- live stock It will parties and some fifty "
up Industry. pay. guest of friends and relatives in Jack I'I'80nville. ,. "" know there will be .
s: ,"% foot, and ho ignored, mo. I took it'' Bee Culture chickens i''

R, up with Tho Progressive Farmer, i The proper handling\ a few hives 's Rev. of Starke C ALU 4j no loss or failures.That's t

as whoni he advertises with, and he of bees upon any farm will prove Urre -sc...' .w :an'. herd Daugherty Sunday morning, and,evening.preached why it is far ,;

rill wrote mi he would pay for the plants ;: profitable and, interesting. A few .re.:1..r.vitality.ui 'U-TX. II' njrlfytiiuil '
t : rtehlo4the blutxl. Y .n said feet s. :?;trvun.iwLm.nvtijorutlDil lIe! was accompanied: l lIy his wIfe' and less expensive than
.3ri ? that were not genuine. I sent him colonies will furnish the farmer and
: EfTi > trite iuHastings' > son and Mr. Rich, who assisted with '
hill for two-thirds, and. he sent me his family with an abundance of delightful : I the music. some other brands

tl ,' one-half, which was $10. Since they nutritious food at the mini- q for less.
Seeds Mrs.\ I. J, Priest, who has been the (* selling
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-- guest of her daughter, !Mrs. Jesse I I
t iG PC'
1923 Catalog: Freo Morgan, of McCall, and friends in The sale of Calumet is

Tampa returned to her home hero on u over 150 % greater I
Write today for Haatlngs new 1923 Friday than that of any other
catalog. You will need the Information
MOTHER! MOVE It give almost ilafly-the moat valuable K. M. Priest. has recently been a BEST BY TEST brand.
and useful seed book ever publish' visitor here. .
ed. It contains 100 page, picturing Rev Jones, of Lake City, will Don't be led Into taking Quantity 'for Quality

and correctly describing the best and' preach at the Baptist church next
I most popular vegetable, flowers and Sunday morning and evening. Calumet has proven to be best by test in millions of '

CHILD'S BOWELS farm How crops and for what the to South.plant In your yard Mr. Hayes, of Brooker, was a busi-j homes every bake-day. Largest selling brand in the

garden and field for every purpose. ness visitor hero this week. world. Contains only such ingredients as have been

,''x i How to beat the bull weevil, bears Matthew Wasdin*, of Graham, was officially approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities.
I beet] and other paste Full nalurvl transacting busines shere this week. .

color pictures of the best Rosea. Gladioli Mrs. B. Y..Saxon, of Pompano is
"California Fig Syrup" is packets and of other seed flower beautiful. How to flower get.B the guest of her mother, Mrs. Wifey TIlE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER

free. How much lead l* required to Jones, this week. ..
Child's Best Laxative plant a row or acre when and how to Miss Bessie Abernathy, of Graham,
plant and cultivate. Why It pays to was a visitor here Saturday.E. .
-- plant good Neds and how to get them er .
N. Gunter, of Waldo, was a busIness
S child again. I a. cheap or cheaper' than common or
Even a iick child love tho "fruity"taute well playful vistor here Monday.
t of "California Fig Syrup." I If the Million of mother keep "California ordinary lead
:t little" stomach i I. upHc*. tongue mated, Fig! Syrup" hanety. They know a t**. Jut wrtta for this handsome new There will be an aeroplane exhibition oil
I ( or if your child f I. cross, feverish, full spoonful today saves a Kirk chill' to. 1933 Seed Book. If* a beautiful book here today at 2:00: ( p. m.
I of cold or baa colic, a teaspoonful! will morrow. Ask your druggist for genuine: and you'll be mighty glad to hare It D. W. Moore, of Theressa, was a
serer fail to (open the bowel. In a few "California" Fig Syrup", which him d.rl'fl'! In your home. It la absolutely. treed business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. .
hour can see for yourself now thor tlonn for babies sod! children of all ogreprinted Write for It today.H. .
you Mother You must and Mrs. C. E. Harper
the constipation on bnttli: I were
oughly it work all G. HASTINGS Co.. '
fonder, little b.wvel and (Itlvl'll you a say "California"( or you Dial get _*n Atlanta, Gar shopping in Starko this week. ,
1' poison, our bile and waste from the imiwtlou leg syrup } .. H. F. Chesser Is spending this



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CITY IX A BALLOON" means of free rides had reached, the'' ift i/ Baldwin lust week. (UIVEKNMKNT: ::; OPERATION <)!' Quarter i Si... 10. Tp. 7 8.: R. 21 K.. 10 acre
... .
., A <' lUiltnown.OrtlllraM .
spot, were panting! but happy. But, Miss Thelma Drawdy, of :Macclenny 1(0.11'OS1': \ .C., S. A BILLiON N... 1M .mh."",.. South Hulf" of

tlnn'hw'1 tjimrtfr <,f Houthwmt vluarl..,.. 8....
editor; (' Ascensions Made in Starkeby alns, tho worst was yet to come. They has accepted u position in the.Lawtuy I 17. Tp. 7 S.. H.1: K.! :HO/ ...... Amw-4

A certain : Young Lady were dirty as chimney sweeps and, State Bank during the berry U. S. \\ ill Only Grt; 100.000,000 from Unknown.vu01'4'' W, Half
at Of
to whom like the doughboy, had "dirt behind senson. Settlement of ('laini ; )! I ,rNNouW'I; ;: : ;Quart. Hue. 6. T .
-- -- .'> II.. It. 22 li.: 4U ailnw. AMvamnl .1. lit. Ifc*.
David> Reddish culled here last
I n> the < treated to the show their earsVhen they cume home, was I tar.
rare week of the of his Orllllrmo No. 181 vmbraem North Half or
irate mothers tht.11to on account illness
subjected a
honor to ascension and parachute I Uncle Sum lost $1,800,000,000) by I Noplhrnnt Qllnrli-r or Houthi-aiit gunrter and

.'tty council thorough scrubbing with soup and father, Jesse Reddish.Mr. operatIng the railroads during the Kant: thra--u.iiMrti of South Half .r Niirthvant
Thursday evening, for the ; Q\iarter of SoillllHiuit) Quarter He", SI. 'I'D.
ten. Too water, und sent emergency calls to : and Mrs. Fortune Moulin, of world war. Im-ludod In this amount A S.. H. Hi F... M urn*. Anwmi C:. K. R.,....
twenty-six years. Jacksonville here at tho Ci'rtlllciit,, N... ixl: ombracm Southwwt
; Lincoln the next morning for spent Sunday
cussed and Parks of New Comer- is tho aftermath of danuiKU g\.ttl (JonrK. .f Huulhw Qiinnvr anil South IUKof

deeds with women to wash tho boys' clothes. A home of :Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Padgott. numb and urnitiKH KUarnnUua.there Also NorthwvHl 'III........ of Moulhwoiit QuKrlvr4k
was the balloonist, and N"M hw..t Qunrtvr of Northwmt Quartorof
the good Miss Uinks run was made on the stores fur soap. will l>u u return to tIm.. ifovern- Moulhuuit Qltititrr.: S...l 52, Tp. 5 II.. K. I
Ruby : :
was a
Mrs. K. L. Hunnan of Jacksonville JK... 70 acn. Amnuird C. K. PnPl.
Late }Friday afternoon Miss Dings ,
Why not pleisant but mont of $400,000,000 aa 't .result of 1'1111'18! No. aoj pluhraciNi Emit llulf nt
very nervy
decided to take u promenade in the spent Sunday und Monday at her farm the cxnorinuMit This amount will in- Noithriuit (Jimrt.-r of Mouthi-aul'' QuarUtr S...,
sympathy The arena was the va II. Tp. S S. M B.. 10! ,...... A._ !
aerial lanes and 1 view the hUIlIscaIlu'sho in East Luwtcy.George ,, .v.ltil ,.
Why not of the Telegraph o.f- ci mule ciibh: und railroad MiritioH.''. Mr* Mlliiil .II .
roar / F. returned home I I'oitlltraln No. Kli4 cmbracra Iota n and 7.
had been to examine the Young
council and afternoon, when school too busy Janu-8 C. Davis, director general "frailroads' lila 2'. In L. T. A Co'a add' lo Hlnrkr. ti....

The evening before. The balloon was not Saturday after spending "a week in ;; nimlo known t tlu-uu facts 2H.Tp.tt 8.. U. as K.M.iM: <-d I'. M. K'''....
children did not stand on Ovrlillcnl. ,* No. l24! / rtnhnx-ni Illk HII In U
members of their leaving, but had a fully inflated und rose only to height Washington\: und Baltimore, Md 1 attending a report to I'roaident I llanlinir, in\\ '1'. *''! .,..uh. '"J!. 81C'J'>'' S II.. '*. :*:B HM4tW4iM .
\ I
M bt'll.noo: .
of 500 or 600 feet. This was not sufficiently to business. ]litter submitted to ) C
big hearted ; l to the balloon, which wall was fOMnroxs. I Ci-rtltlcnt.. Nil. utio embran SoiilhwratiMarlor
I high for a parachute drop. KeV.. I. Powell filled hU appointment rei'tor Puvia predicted that all the of Nurlhwnit Quarter. 8.... 10, Tp. T
A their duty; filled. A few words about I S. K. 22: K. 40 ....... AWHWNIH) A. J, Crllfia.
As I was is done" not be What did she see up there ? It was at the Snxton Methodist church claims I both by the Koverninenl I und I (firllllcHKi. No. (11.1:: ,'mb...%.... SinithwurliMnrl.
may I .
1. r Niiithwrat, Qllurtiir. Ij.a. ii. ,
Tuesday about dusk, but thy streets of Sturku Sunday afternoon. 1 K. K. Theda accompanied railroads, will bo settled by auinmer! s. It -JK41": oar.... Amxntd Mr*, Kllutliilh Tp: 1-

. showed like u map. Further away i him.J. and the whole will havo bu- I ,,, C nmliii.IUili .
ben : used for this up venture .IIH| mfUtratc I nlinll, bu ...............l
t Wo purpose I t the country looked liku an intricatelywoven J. McLcod was transacting business como history. nroonlinit l.i, law. lux iliisl 1 will. uu. i" thvrvoain
right. I of common domestic of th.. 1 I2lh day .if March. A. U. IH2.I.
predate rug of subdued colors, five in Jacksonville Thursday. Records of businoHH completed so II I llni.. my nirirlul atuilat art, and a..al thl
I The price is $.toO patches of blue indicating lakes. But Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, .Ih du ,...r I Irliniary., A. I' 1U2U.tl. : .
far show IOSH of )
We saw I n exactly $1,250,000- W. AI.DKUMAN.
if no acicdent happens though the sun hud set for Starku was visitor to Lawtey Saturday. \ *...ll Cliirk rirvull <;'...rl.
To this will be added additional \
000.( '
the meeting months. I an :' .
three .
last two or J-ll-M-l.ll Hrn.lf.inl (" m.v. FI..
some timu before, away to thu westit J. li. Howe visited relatives over in '
: ) ) ( tll'
mendation, ascension there will be $525,000,000: or $000,000,000 4

( mended the was still shining over a strip of Ilumplon) Sunday. ho the total of claim! yet to bo paid. ; : Ti) IUIIERI'I'
have to If.ml, which it bathed in glorious colors Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwright Until Doc. 31 1U22.\ claims which to- $.-si.I bldH will I... nvi-lvnl by the lioar.1
The by the center pole used in nf him.I triMtiiM of llrH.lf.ir.1
with the radiance cinmly, l''lurlda.'
intermingled Wl'ru.itl'rll. to Jacksonville Sun-
on titled : I ) 1 had been HI I In. oiririt of thn
for balloon to fill. if7'i 1,1)21,811 paid by m-rrvlmy of Ih* Imard atMarke.
some preparatory of the sunset sky There are compensations : rhirlila. until 10 o'rlorli a. m, of
which the from the heat will day.John the government, but nt n compromise, March it'. III2II. fur
after all, to those who :Most-ley, of Muxville', was in l figure of $171,8l5r..ll Mr. Davis re- t)n.. H-ftnit hlu.lo itradcr with R hum hitch
cut off. The balloon is in- Hlildi.r. ,.,
approve. risk (0 fiirnlnli cuniplcla rli.tiuu of
great heights. town Saturday.Mr. ported. nmrhlnn. and blilx) lo bu for mltchl",. ilullv.

"stalled, in of hot air, burning I Tho balloon slowly fell toward the and Mrs. B. Clark, of Luke I "Not than hulf] dozen railroads >r more u luiard rxwiirvm tho rluht to rcj.>rt
the any
the sewer used for 0
) purpose, oil juil. Automobile riders, horsemen City, attended the funl'ralIonday! of will be unable to with and all biila.. .

1 moumly (' being required. When air raced toward the their brother-in-law Jesse Keddiuh. agree 3r. S. Mvrrlll.:W H.l' .
pedestrians A.
the government on a figure to settle FUTTII. Chiilrniail.NOTICK .

ure. it is lighter than In the apparent landing place. But Hermes, A son was born to Mr. und !Mrs. duniaite/ claims, ," !Mr. Davis nai.L "All -_""***'...r.'. a-2.M-U.I _

and tends to ascend. n who has power in the air, seems to Fred Connor Friday.Pearcc claims HO far adjusted\ have been on NOTICK OK API'I ITATION FOR T\\ HKKIIUNDKII .
intoxicated the volume of the heated : SKITION 7t OK 'I UK41KNKKAI.
be as gallant as ever, and guided the Jones' of Jacksonville, spent ground of undcr-mainteniincc, damage / crATurKalI0r..mIy

tomobiles till the difference of balloon into one of the prettiest the week-end with his grandmother, nullC9 I ia irlvcn thnfi llmiv forbidding it and the outside air 1. loss of I Inventory and other causes. | : : .. tot lax $1110| curlillrali: :I :H initnlirrvdiivpcrlivily :
points in Sturke, the luxuriant "strawberry Mrs. (J. '1'. Peurce. The whole business will be settled 226 K2S and 241. ...."..d hy Ihnlav
: \ years front overcome a considerable I 4'..II'rlr. ..? llradfonl oounty., M.iri.ln..
Mrs. Ada Sa Louis of Vanderbilt is
field owned tiers Futch
by by late summer without further HUH..1! iMTIillratra io.l I.e tlaltitl A"... 2. I02D%), have
[ compnnied and is thus able to carry a on Sanderson street. lie even caused spending.. u few days here at the home llli'il Haul m>rlillcau. In rny oirice' and haveItiaih
i balloon. difficulty. niipllL-athin fur tax Uti'd. tn Imtiiv I lit aerimlniii'e -
with the
; BOH.The I the parachute to spread out slightly, of his brother, G. L. Futch. with law
I of round :.Millions for I'nited! :SlnlcMThere )Ii,00,1 .... ..,,, .
is a piece iM-rlilli-iiti.B) '''' .IIY.lv l.rar.- the
clear th-j
to i.'low the fair aeronaut to J. S. Howard, of Mucclenny, was .
folluwlttK Ininln In llradlnrd
I will lie balance of I- coiutly. Klorltla
[ conditioned canvas, about 31 feet; in bud wire fence without misluip.\ As culled here Sunday on account of the a IIl'l'r."i.mat'ly iumHi4iil HI I hi lola of I HID iHHumtce' (if .ieh

Ithe Along its edges strong $100,000,000) for the government n>.11I1."".i* itt I the I nani,* n-n|..>rlivi are !
she reached the ground, sheb racedhi't' : death of his brother, Henry Howard. aflt tainly bu : 20 feet long the ends of IIftl'rIn litigations have L'ensettlvI IVrlillrnU-,' It'Jll iMnhrnrm, H.i.ilh,I |"|,il''f nfIllk
it in order to "pull Miss Verlio of Sturke
fret against Sapp, spent 41 In I.. '1'. A Cxia Huh, lilY.. Hv.. 211. 1p. 6S.
I Director 1 levIs Thu
attitude -1 fastened to a sort of bas ): her ungainly nag, and was no several days here lust week with estimated.' : ., K. 2.! K,.). MHril: J. J. Anrona.Vfllllraln .
the aeronaut sits. In 111/ amount will include the unusued part < N...n"r H |.mlirni) >;, W<*t Jfiilf of
ven so .(lustratcd than to be able to friend Illk 41 I I In L. T. A Can Hub IIlv.I"".. UK.: Tp.II .
small where I : of the parachute is a short' of the cOllgrl'"slonlllllppr"pl'lation for I H.. K.it/ tj;.. aiwi-HHud, Jt'..o J..h"",," (rol.kIVrtHlrato
in not stopping on the luscious Louis Reynolds of Uuiford wus u
use cure ,
No. i4l! rlnhmrM Un uf
: I I Illk 1
: Copies of at its end a kind of nap the! work ami also, the collectible I) obligations .......
berries. The balloon fell Inside vistior here Monday.The In I l.liti'nlti City( .. Mnry Jnhttr.UtilfM .
I :from II the sumo field and while Mr. death of Henry Howard occurred I to law. lax di'tnl will ". thurHiiton : ,
| South from the time government spent $;i- "Ito Mil' dav nf March ).
ville. ropes hanging year / A. I 111211.! ,
mashed the out uf it Itlooked ut his homo
Parks gas ntlll' WltnvifH nITInlal Hluilnttlro ant .e',1! (lit.lii
t city clerk the 1 balloon. From the hook for: all the world like a lazy about two miles west of town. His 1 I 0,00(1( to maintain i I the organization .. Illllh'" iluv my of January. A. l n. iii\ 2l.li. :).
ascender holds \ which I ia cheek I railroad claims I and W. AI.IIKIIMAN.:
there since which the ng
big elephant being urged by its keeper death was not unexpected, us he. hud t.'hifk t'lrctnt, fnuvt. Ilvadfortl. tloiinlv. Flu, ,
t and ,' and when it is time to.cut accounts in the settlement! work. A lly C'. A. KSWIIT.I .
hn I for several
to get up. The reporter interviewed bcin confined to his bed I ISi-ull) IH'pilty flrrk.,
adopt such the cord and the para Having i of many hundreds of millions
j all the oldest residents of monthii. Tho decoasad win 00 years g.li.rit-H-2: -
balloon. of dollars has resulted M r. Davis told
I :feet.Lust : from the I Slurke, and they all agree that no of age und leaves a wife, several sons NOTII K OK MAlE: OK IIM.Ilnn.nil fIX PER/
but ascension the utmost rare the president. The number, of its em I (.N1' TOWN OK) MTAIIKK' IIONIIMllcrrby
that and and several brothers
liiillonn' ever landed in particular daughters I notice' I. irivim that I IIH| ominl. nfliiilnl
voted to all the cords are clear, I spot before.LKlUOIt and sisters to mourn his departure to ployes CHII now bu really reduced headded. lruHl.MM nf. the Town of Mtarkis' l 'lorldn.

[council 1 the balloon leaves the will ri'rt'i\t. >. ainli. blue. for the purcbtlMa) of
I thu great beyond. The :funeral services in.OllO.IHI' ) ,, of. w".... and. l.luht' I'lnnt unadanf
low Mr. ascender after having ta Ihu Town ..r Slarke. Morldii. un to an.t
| THIEVES WITH UUH- were held Sunday ut the home I 4th tiny of A. I). JUU1.
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near the braces buck on the cords: ami interment was in the family lot. I CAll 01"! THANKSVc Hil, ; ;I nl\: :\,. lire In t ho *Jitt(>i"llli| I ho I llntl ifny ofJuly.
clamed them from becoming twist HEll HOSE A. I It. I Itr..]2.! "...1 .ooW'" ho In I ho tlcmmtimil -
age Tlie ,bereaved family have the sympathy I ionf s i"iftufIOtI em-h. and 10 I war tnl"r...tnt

burg's would prevent the full \ the undersigned, wish to <,"C- the rut. of fl our cunt i".,. Htintim, imyalilaHiimliinnimlly. .
of the entire community.
tin. first ... uf ..Ittnunryiiml
on *
Baltimore Md. Feb.LPigging a .V
miss and the parachute and might Perry und Jeff Johns, of Stnrke:: pres sour hearty appreciation for lime July uf filch your. with. inU'Dwt emiiHMi,
basis and ; neck. The balloon must tunnel 150: feet long and three feet I beautiful floral \ i the nitnrhril. 'Ti) prlnclpHl anil int*>n<*it : *nl olfcrinir.
many N'h:
everywhere."L"P I were in town Saturday and Monday | nru nytinlu, nt I tin ifunovwr
Band give a 2000 feet up before it is wide from a cellar] of a house to thewarehouse kind words in our bereavement, by Hunk. In tlit. oily unit *''ale of 1'1.._ York.Thit .
I I of the Stewart Distilling trading stock. nniount of bombi" aore....'. r... ...1.\ I.S l t.
Not a ( .* With a lower drop The death of Jesse Reddish occurred I thu loss of our dear mother and sister. HI JUKI( ) nil, aol tint un .ianiI ..I ..1.1 ia'n.la.

times there the rider would strike the Company's plant in Highlandtown, a Wo also want to thank those .hllil I hi* itim ft ml' l..v"hlu. 'JOnU)0) ( ) thu nmtIMV .
itt his home here Sunday night at i,f July each y.-.r. ttrulnnhif with IbIS
Iter suburb, u bund of liquor thieves, with disease. He that sang ut tho funeral, for their iihil ....dll" with I UH2. lli II I o'clock from Bright's
the aid of hose as a "pipe .ill* U. I Iwo o'clock l>. nt., on April 4lh I I WilXMl :
[ Chairman ) beneath is clear of a\rubber had been confined to his home nearly songs meant. HO much to our Borrowing 1.1..1.1 ...., ant rciulr*><1 u> ilciHN.lt with. C. AI .
it must be line," and a suction pump, siphonci) I 1'iilrh' clerk, of th i Ixtnnl of Imml$ trout. ova of
saying buildings u hearts. Thu kindness shown to
.1 all of III<' time for the past three us tin. town of Htiirke. "M.>rMn, a yen llo.I) ch..rk
All in all to float in the uth- more than lOll() barrels of whiskey.The in the hour of our trouble will never for "I.""" .1101. nltl rhi>nk to l hIt mini, imynblo
und his dentil not unexpect -
months was .
discovered early today to I.S. ... r. Whit*. truiiHurvr. of tlut lmnrt oflotml
eating, the by a gentle breeze, while I robbery was
fine is coining toward you when police, acting on a tip| from W. M. Phillips Charlie Phillips i .
was Hnulfurd ,
j I : Reddish was raised in All liMiler* uhnll apM-Uy thm limn withinwhl

and council arms. But if she has a I unknown source, forced I an entrance county where he spent hi* life. .Jaiije' Cox, Ki/.xiu Uwsley, Ida Hawaii, :'h tli* ", :;r'oo"'I: 1 romply' with I ho t*>rm*
I I into the South street. The I ii,.ii.of HfU-r I, i/lvim l I.e thw tntlil I chrkof
Things." her hand, in the shape of dwelling on I f ICfirly in life ho was united to marriage J. D.) llairun, Tom) llatfan, II. II. IlaKun 1h<* oiitirtl.' of hutid IriwU-v that tli'llverri
valued at upwards of .r I lh I...n.l. b mailu,
liquor was : > enn *
: it U not BO with a Miss Alvarez, of Starke, Sherhian I lagan, 1'. M. 1 1I/11l11I1.( (Vrt Illml chock, .*.r......... to iilxiv. .U hi .IMI

.. by jerking and Pleas-I $2-15,000. the I (d..IId ... M uimrnnlu of full tumiiillanc.
born to
.ml! *seven children were with' th. bid ihmltiil nnil. In the .vtmt of It
the rider The house, according to the police, !NOTKK (>r AITI K'ATION PlOt I'AKIHIN:
,inion, four of whom are now living : 'l .ho nutlrii thut I will on Muruh 4. l Iu'il.nr : iiiipfptimrft. of ouch lilit' and th. failure on the
ulcer clear of dangers. is owned by Christian Ynnson, but as H, HfMin ttii.r.'nlt.ir HM I irmy .b<. htwnl. niM'ly, :imrt' of the' blilihtr i I' eomiily I:: with t thw: tmllwrrtif I
I Isom Reddish! of Plant City, V. R. rtir H .imntun. fur i'limu-r A. Ortilmm. wliul I HA,',,, Hhull cmiMiilireil OM Il.j.iI.IatrdIIllNlr.'m |
cheerfully accepted the job yet no information has been and Fannie Reddish, of Lawtey and l 1,1.>ml. ,iriillty l., murtliir In tho Itml. .......,. In'h. and ... rvtulmtl. by th. board vf bomltrtlNtl'VM.
I he bu found. I HrmlfWd. circuit court I In July *
to where can C4iiinLy
''I /( on the slack of the huge !Marion 1 Reddish, of Wiitrronk. After 1UH. Aitynnw tlrnlrlnir. mMy Iliun IHJ h.....' un Hall, town of Htnrk ImniU' are to he I....... j

it was being tilled to The digging of the tunnel, according thv, "...111I of the ,i.i'I llriiliiin, for thft puriHM. of rvconiitrurtinir and ttntnnrimr -
the departure of his first wife to the W M. C.; IIUIH'.KM.: Um wuturworh' and, cltTtrtu Ilitht plunk 1
escape of tho hot air. I to police, must have accupied at I about IJO he -'.in-Jl-a-) AtUirncy for I'l'litliinor. of the I Town nt 8tark. Florida., Haiti bon4ant I
great beyond years ago to bv Hold. for not him than par.
least month und supervised by
the cleanest work in the a was was again united in marriage to Miss 'r'F-----; I :Hnld bitnilH nr tn ha nolil with the approvla '
a of engineering skill aa thu N( : opinion of MIIWHU-H, 8iory, 'Ilrnltke, t'almrA : I
they: hung on like grim person Sallie Clark, daughter of the lute Rev To thy Ilimiimliltf llmiril I'ulilio I Inptrliollnn.llrinlfuril (hidi/i. bond attorney of lto.l,>n. Man*. \
7:30: ( when the asoonmon walls and ceiling of the passage were Jounly l''lurliln : 'II! !". iHil'l boa,.1 of bond' t runhwa ....n.. .
J. J. Clarke of Watenmk. To this .. ,.
lined with timber to w., 0 uit4lnn luniHl .upav" or I.owl..v 'HIP riuht U* r JMt any anil all bhln.lly .
by Miss liinks. properly prevent union four ,'hilelr..n wen born, all of .uli'HaliiHil. iliMlrict politlon your horiorulilnboitril oith-r. of thn uiU hour) of bunt! trut.a
a possible cave-in. The robbers had u> wriiiit u. Hn vtMcllon tu vnluruu ouruiNlritft of tha, Town of Htarkv, Hoi-Ma..
it feel to
go up Many whom are now living: Mrs. Colon Miller liy ","'nII", our lioutiilarlt to tlik J.P1'. 01.)H3MW. ,
have experienced the cut a hole through; a thick stone foundation In Bi-ctliPliii: 2(1.( 2t. 2. ill, 14, ..fi. M. XT. 'in Chairman ..t th. Hoard. of Homl .1........... :
to the of Zolfo, J. T. und Eldredge; Reddish M. nnil ,linn-linn, ill Kiut of Nqw Uiv.r; .ui Town of Stark,,. t lurid.
of going/ up in an ele l to gain entrance ware- of Lawtey and David) l Reddish In Towniiliiii 4 Hi uth. Itaiiuv 'it Knot. Atttwti
house. The hole, police say, was not HlKiiiiU : C. A. KinTlf.
of high building at
top a A. II HARI.F.YKHNK8I' :
of near Tunnersvillo, Ga. (;lark of Ills Hoard. of Bond TriwUt _
more than ten inches wide and only : : II. VVK.LLH! .
crawling speed. But to Town of Htark a1'"lJ "
'j'i The deeeused was u member of the W. K.; 'IOUOUKH. -
upward like a shot und ut a small man could have gained admittance w. KKKN;
Baptist church and a prominent Ma OIIDr.lt FOK L PtIII.ICA1lN: "
be swung around at u to tap lion. Kunernl services were )held nt W. K. KKi<
is "something else" A Police officials said tho persons doing -II. K. TIIKI:"K: Judicial Circuit. llradford County In ci. t.
'I the home at :'I i o'clock urid interment V. II. KKODIHII' i-ry.
nerves of steel would I the robbery knew the proper' layout Both ser J. W. BAHKKK Hank uf btarke a Corporation, "
at Evergreen cemetery.
: of the warehouse and that their .1. 1. Mol.KOI) Complainant.; ,
and let his hold.
go vices were conducted by Rev. E.: 1 1). K.: JKIKKIHJm ..
hardly percepti plans had .been worked out possibly *. T. MOOIIK Una. A. McClunv.! C. A. MoCluni.
was a
Boyer, piiHtor of the Lawtey Baptist C. DINK1NM and l.ouia lion I.>".
the air on the ground, months ago. The passageway wus Kickliter of 'r. J. TKRRV: Defendant
: church und Rev. L. W.
: >',. fKAKCR niipvarlnir I hy affidavit apuendt'il to tim J
A. :
dug(' HO that entrance to the plant was 1..1\1\ :
and! there
trees buildings
Sturke. <>. II. I'KAKCK: : flli'd I In the uliove-alaleil. eaiiee that l jam
.\, been a breeze for the bal made at a far corner of the! building, "1'. I.. WAINWUIOlirH. ; A Medium and C. A. Mcdiing. two nf toetli.ffmliinta
Thu funeral was in charge of the PADCJETriKO. thvndn namvd .
I I. "I westward at a good where their activities were shieldedby assisted : YOUNO :of the dat. n f Florida, un,1 l i.i' to be rank
.. a number of barrels piled there. Lawtey Masonic lodge, by K. M TICACY: rt'.lil'.nt. of Mouth lleml. I." of I*.
did the aeronaut see several prominent Masons of Starke A. M. "'.AN( IIAIIO illann. and, are over the a". of twentyoaeyKara
VII, high perch? Looking the It is not known how long the rob. J. I.. II"/( :'.L ; It la therefore onlAred' that aalil n.... .
'. Mrs. und Uuifonl lodges. Every; home was I.OIJI.4 II 1111.1. mlilvnt. diifendanta. b and are hereby, r.."|..1..
R. F. D. I going she saw, almost bery has been carried on, but police represented at the house and cemetery 8. J. t'u'rcuIIII IM| t'> niilicar, tu the bil of eumplamt. HUnl' I.

f official. have learned, that for the past nalil caum .n or I.r" Monday the tth .
"I tried .
feet Crosby and Kowell I >. .
paying their last respects to the of M..h. A. l IIIVi: otherwlee the .1.a.
.( did not long after sundown and two weeks nearby residents have Been "''IHIlIe OF APPLICATION. TAX I>CKI': > ll.". of until hill' will be taken .e."r.
ches deceased. The entire community joinin UNIEIt: HKI: TION ill\ or TIIKUKMEKAI. hV ...1.' d.fcnlaa.
as black aa ink, and automobile trucks call at the house ': HTATUTKHHtn'by It I. further ardrmi that lhl. order, Ixpulillahvd
heard the bereaved family.MENTHOLATUM .
sympathy to .. .. .
a week t. four coniioeiiltfeweoka
afterwards notio* !" irlvvn tnt A. / Ailklnn.purehuvr
doubt, full of alligators! nightly depart soon ut Inic .&:. ,ewrtllleiiti I ;numberwl:: 'In the Ir.M"r County T.I..r.,." a

balloon never get high One neighbor informed the police that ...........I.al" I'll. |0.. 127. 147. I l'i. IS ). 154.I neWMiaNr ..10 ounty and \
ftft.I inn. iS:)i. Ml. IHI.: unu. Ml -tM. 2ftll. afl.i.: Thia January 31. ltt'43.U. j
cut loose for a safe fall ? the persons he saw seemed young and 1..u. by the t.x aolli...bir ror llmtlfortl ">un* W. ALDBKMAN. '1

of lender build. Beyond stating that ty. .1..111.) .. tl e.>rtiHiit(>. b..lnff. aiiUiil Au- IS..I I clerk Circuit Courtlly -
it reached about 2,000 feet fCot ""., :t, l 1"20. him thud mild <.rtlll..tn In myoiria C. A. KNliII'. '
ground she jerked the re one of the men walked with a limp, as a cold ? and lia. ",,..,.. ."...II..U..I10' tn* d...l 'D.Duty Clerk. .'
he couldgive to' I...... In ........I.n_ with IKW Thi ..lilr I) 1'.. KNICHT. .
and fell. though ho h"d a wooden leg, } .rtiHr.iMi I'ISICtI.IY rmhrac lh. follow Hollnltor for Conpl.ln.nL 5.2-5).35 .

the police no further informa nir lanilN In llrMiirord County. ..' mm-
a drop of about 300 feet Rwrt..l .! th. ..*.. of th. lMU. .no. of lueh e.r* I CITAKDIAN-H TO KK1 J. SEAL ** '

: parachute begins to open. tion. C Ic a vs i. ut till.,.., In the, name. rtniM,....tlvvly.. hunvlnnf I NOTI'J TATS
tor particularly wft forth. .I :
and five or six seconds, and Information has been obtained by C.rtiliciil, No. Wi .ml....... nil "NurthfiKt' I Notltf I. hurfhy itlvttn to whom it nwronctrn.

is at the rate of 400 the police, however, that a quantityof Quarter of Bouthvivit" 'I" ""., W.Hit "f Mo- that thirty fjav.aft..1....I. .twtrvof I I.
the I Klnn.." branih.. rb-a. 12. T... 0 8.. II. 20 KH :- -- C rritr Illokn. a. Kuardlaa of U. W. .".
it was : is about four times as "Stewart whiskey" of the brand .rr.. AiMMW't C. C. John Jr.. (' ....".., (lick.. Wllll Kay Klcka. Wo.
C.rtnc: t. N... IDS,! rmhrarifj Huulh flat of Klrka .
another stolen the warehouse has made : rfiw and Olin llleka. minnra. apply
good pitcher can throw n from it I, Mix. 7. Tl">. 1 8.. K. tO Ewt, 4.n. .,,, wi
keep opened to the its appearance in thin city nail that To $>top a Cough Quick I.. T. Hhavr.C In and for aounty. .ju.b
don't ; : parachute ("j .rtl it. No. U7 "mrarr. lot. 4 anil 5. l.dro..1 Fo.ld.
: of the spectators, and a quantity of it was offered for .Hale talus HAYES' HEALING HONEY.* a R-.. IH. '[". T II.. H. !IO B.! UO ..... Awnu.nd orTlea In lla" .. ..11 county o'olo.t.a. .
cough l medicine: which stops the cough by C. N. Kh.w.Ortnlcata tp.. or .n Ih..r.' .I th. m.l. aaKm
fast They tracing this for ,, ..!!
sailed downward slid Saturday. are No. 147 .mb..,.. NorthwMtlu htarcl. to at public urprlvata
and irritated aucs.
(purely ( clue in the hope that the thieves can heating the Inflamed .rt.r of .SouthWMiC Quarter.... IK. '1'". 4. I .. ., -twlfth unilividnd Intnrwt
found The many automobiles A bo* of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE iI.. It. 21 K.!: 4D) ...... AM.M..| H. I). Kelly.Cenlfliat In the 'olowlnl <_rib*
( to race to sc-c who ; be apprehended. SALVE for Cheat Culds. Head Colds and : /) No.. I4If ernhmeeii Hniiini'iuit Cju.rter county, : : ''J
and by bottle ofHAYES1 of Northweat Quarter of H4.uthvant 4..artar A ana-twelfth Interest In Ih* W_ .
with undl.h.
the be at the point of descent. --- ----- Croup It enclosed every M.... 5. Tp. 1 S., K. 21 K.. 1/) ...... AaM.ed of the 8,>uthra Quarter, and Ph.! KAH
black HEALING HONEY. The salve M. II. Ifarri.. 1.1 of the ..", Quarter of ttmUon thittyon -
out 81.lh.
was spewifig should be rubbed on the cheat and throatof 1lIaltl.; Nfx tfllt .mh..... NorthwaiikJu wnnhlp. *Sv.n tlonth. ranu twvntp-

your it soon fell, but Miss children suffering| from a Cold or Croup. .Quarter.rt4fr of A. "Kouthweat Northw. < Qunrter Quarter of of Northw.ei(5i.s.v "" "lh.....' two r..C. ; ..pt a strip of land on th. n..rt4

similar come fully a mile from the Lawtey, Feb. 10.-.?. C. Cone, of I Th h.tilhK. cflnrt or Ha...' Hmllntf Honey .... ( of HouthvoHt 1.1"........ 5.13. a. Tn. 7 Nldfl Northwimt Quarter of the .1..11
.ldelh.lh..W-d wiiff 11I."llo..rreclolI. H.. K. II K.. :t') ...... AiweMed Mn. MaryC. viut Uuart and on th* N..r.. < .
; before she landed, safe Brooker, was transacting business in .,/v_ a O-P.-tm. &.!... Umxub tb. jierse uiUw Thfimae. of tha Houthwwt Quarter of .bu. thrva see..
natural the Andreu field. When town Thursday I thin ttjon Mop a oouith.B 'ertlHcnle No. IM .mbraors North Half ofSloutruiaiit A tin one-half acre in .h. .., corn*.
) in .nh nioMiUn U..> p ck.d In on* caitoa. aDd lime QuarUr of N..h.....' Quarter S.... of the Northcaat Quarter. of tha fetouthwnrt a
arrived there, she Will tori. T. J. Terry viiited relatives in owl of lb.comblowl tnaunrat U 33c. r Ill, 'I'p. 7 II., K. :21 E., :I') acr... AiMMWieU W. Quarter In _lon Thrty-on* township .
Sold I C:. T.yir.C.rtfi.ale. s .". South. ..".. ntytwo .ant ntalntiMr
busy folding up her parachute.The Jacksonville Wednesday. ..JWlt ask your dragtflat for IIAYF.5'HEAUtG Nov Ifift .rabrmeta ffoathee 0". hundrml. tftyU .a.1 l on. half *tr*+. mON

kids, who by running or by Rev. E. D. Boyer ipent several day HONEY. Quarter of Northweat. Quarter of NOt'th..., or ICM. l.4tl-5t-5U I



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a. r* w fi. z' t ww yrrf itp'asa.t s. .. ..iutweeab .
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MMr ..t OW .eI t sad Sot<< IiI/1tId/ a4tl' s a W eo! +rw,1Fk 1 b4 ;;; ;. wa.0; clew st.ctswL
I d .a liras avrsh ..tea sax. to erfnr3 ).a's' :;we waa

;h _: 'b fr saW _W' tm ?vrx tie 31* rw iwy Lad .eMr .rr.ii.c7 + ttroht! a drt f visa west. E-'- ..:' ta 1".dI m..utraawte; LotBSIn r4

."+ M .rest tAw. a1M.tna'. .aiid. ref 1Yr.. Sol waa.avstoG et7 Jl..4J' aasae Sw Jwlaw; 1*. w'aanaA f 1
rrplrttad to cnvS xib* etc is tt *4.J.li
t' v st4i .leis seen shares. 1>W Liz 'tor t:iJ akws feuu-f teem nut fee* .tf Two bt Tzimf nsa'ia a-- aLi raatrgpu3'rtr WI
4t7r* :V : fr-m act rnrro! %.itnwrrt fc. Vvir* to, iS.iTh' sID Td'sF'sxw 1* way &1s'.02. aUod t* wiwC4.a.
grj'i&/ yts.te'i7 -: wban1 t2oe! stela tit wart wTl -_::
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; ;; mt tats nn stv Vr-
I'w -r.. t.Jow.'lo l Gzag wt'.r 7arJy stlamwTaf ,a'M ej,-tate/f. lo 1* a !weezrssr -rf0ub&&MEit hwe k:7: Csi.Otim's ..u-MIC: )CS. 'lJ
a'atwLex* kisygaC'od lQdlMT a-
em ta* ..t,: eC'tu luJWIr,' .
1 .wr.I C' qkm ispJlt Tutfrvot da: .eater 'Aiivvii ii tl* -1s roar: aa.f e.oip4ca ciato% 1?
''a : )< addbe.. west The twirl ware "'as rtpvrtad etr.etba titewta.e4 tnsa.a7. -1..11 caa

: Ja-- ".- ...4dF ''II\J.\ Wda when 1kd -1 t cad Ana aim left ICarzls.lni as i:* rL ..,. at,4m Ctefars steer warm J&iy Lnjrv*. WSstt 4* Stra wberry Growers Attention w

1Ioa.... .a ---.p ;Ud aw lute Mr ., ... tbtaf dxaxast .",IidIS ,
1 4 ywrsaite3 mimetqr' en sqrxeas Muse 'Ik 2.-+e2era as4 eye Ca.ac4ssi Oi ;ao .w

I. e- wewke9y iw1a.4ft t1W ;4uta t> rS aam.e ST Ts.rrt'.I : ::asethwr+Lq beta sly trrr v teat yws were a

nxa4waae7 atgnse was r orekxd. gar f't'1.r.uq i < .. tfc* raft wiaai rhea,\ T You wiQ soon be ,ranting year stock plants. You will wade

I 1 a.et.pa..rA. 3ta.r 7xa.i. yo/at Iii e.srd'Lr fenasE Iwa OgjSrj tvKtfS.i es-.dke I II ,. 1 U.lL t J'fIIo week t a* nay l
tttdy wan i i trae MISSIONARY' and KLONDYKE mixture and oo sub.
riJ.- lave ywn.eMte teem ** far ... taw;.i:1: u. J'&r L..Z aw'n.Jlie
inn 8* Mrt it ;SrsK4aesd .! ta Obis r.6ty >"
u I wu>Uia *
it i' r niut -Jus lnaiikras, Ftwa a ad yttCries she .S a.Faa.Toe (&u >3Tk: no cSanc-t-xder: from ALLEN' either dr ect
Tfce raft ass jwatHI c w* t* .. Sot' !
Nt aka r9M3k iiBjijoirtiim+ .. dot lxnksht .- reel,. s-a.c latest lie *fcv .< saAsn '', =wrand T4ois. .w am.elpwie' r.l wash. L"ry 4t2t! or frcea your focal dealer, Eat tell tim you want ALLEN'S plant

11aw. .... ktlsw tie tn; IW .IJtmIII 'xsvaaty kmr. (la rpt asd bsI4a. oy tyik .. Ia 181 see' and attest no rcbr itctet. $3.7S per 1.000 or"5OX! or overIt
.. \ 1.t94T ewii cewid -r u.r clears:
1' '
ka4 ow't.. ,to herd frstR tP. :seers .. teak to 1ft* 3-O Hand order! MR. N. B. HULL.
OTra toA I 1 w7 -"tl oaeb flwrbdar .xn vw ease aka. ;: tke &sL.'Ci@e t $ pr l.OOO. : year to y
]les..e.tudt S.Ara.a weer
l' Ilwebos cad td4 t** 3rrdj ba If4 .&t255&1. let..b 1* t:tilMr.7
,31..1s. *' l Ieweraa4 .1. .'ss f... a.11NcoW wave'f /
7 ? tg
wati MBfcJSt k-R 12.t'raria.
1JW 3a'xi .It ttasaerac as
........ wrtfe. the .Itelpadt JIIiI! / Bar Mrtfevert w3E: sw.as7. reel cacti
I' :t five .unr4vm. tih* atrsaa.La 'setae''{ wte.a do u.enTJ.5owt THE W. F. ALLEN CO. WrT.YiSew

::1 bwtg., ti 4 .*A ill ail peso. tfccfc a :At4 s r+ gas cbs, eJemnt stirs -.ris.-; She awzs Irw 4y: wits soot:. -. green klil e.na a.t aZ "1......
fj .. slldsc ereoeier pt yeti:;SC III aD atxre'.aw -
wilwawar pttwek.w altar ,,
Iasty a *
4l Hue iflmuM tit ?irmr Adi iai file 02. Xrtbvwtat .A V lSt U1 te dt.iae a ..
rt w- watb ..,..,.. Jkdi.a fM': emu ni tes :Miamii jy esoepatbt eta.:asn.ra. te 7- aexc4 cue:' ... sua3Howla C.. S? LnJn\ iZH::: EkiTTE: ?. Ct I ..
...Lrwad Iles raft tai aiowty drI1.ei
>rgptt tft* t wrwsfl4. ass .ap.rt' !it1a flat,, peda", the TraLbaz' : dl teas t'e'es dlr.: tyrelirr : a tvmiiij' :. t>:J...+-.C: e..ja a aa -T Q 1
t with 7'.t at
.. iL: :
"' b-.b7 .
4 d cisi at Cuux s. Tea
I MnaJI re'at1.d tosegbt. acre: last (
I I.. : tkalr t. ebxea the fall 1* semi.Tlettwttyr u-t tarry d tM: ; ; 6. l'
Ae tg I&w7 at(4s.4 ac* Ukcnrv 'l aewer &u.e fat
_ Cede Lire tees L.A.: an ttD.ax1
sw.xt8sa;r Lad ,c rem w!tag Tare war.gs: or -.ua r n. TfI' tali r ,
t. ."" ..uiJ miamwtt. 4en.4 aM Ur. L4trtww d I"DII.u. teaks ;wCtptr. es,4tf"J era eu
I i'' nave t. 4 asr'ekesur cite 1.ow. ., 'II'tit".e-nI exsira: oat u.
I .,f.J. ywt haelpiewe v A pia ...wa..a-t: t rtie4 t:. trod 7 : .. > eM of eaad A ewers." TS_ t r y eitbd 41-i
York -.1nII f'-1 iua: W' \ s L ma re J"U"i
\ \ : .r tats a.as" afar IIIIIIC1III 1.aX... ,:err vrbt Its ea the tanks et t3.eJ. : Caissasz:- I, at.awa ctai g a vlla a n< *c I*
Y.ia Lava a..ibes. saAwaittl.4 Virjioia, Yesp: and wcrrrs Tear .J
x a.e ,* t .eresq-f.r7
natal ti ita ales t* a ,
** Itairww'I tact btcaWi a certa.sar.ruat
I : e411h ii-tI; yam aMart r.xsea..w war f4elRast fr a-r-or. : -n..e days of eov ace are tart!
held .... tetss a u&-t. wtYb wil! : *f (* Jema' a oswesed;
I, r.pti'c4y .. ti* ..a11II toe Me'.j' 1 row ia tee opper Oino ..3T, tbe lower aoan lean and tea .- Hsabt! rat
aaSerta,1 dot U* ea... I Isy i2 i azdk. Mr. U--.u4. U lot,
i*' and tie Aviai1ft ala: :eo' keg s. "e are doer satlef
... cmtoi, li tvgMn was tr
r v.t E99f7 euv-xis war "a Aft It i* $r.t- Cor c.ea to a.e.u!
..... l tTitra. wkie if was said .. beater u.u t7 434 1s tb* Iii: N
,, .rpnctaatr tfc* pSbtbrta t* k-- iU ) :s.-
) ilL W. (;.oW.. awl /aaii talc .
y KVKML 1I"loa" reach seventy w*
.II tM4 u. ti t iZ. *i cad 4ra9 acres rain was prtboblc c* the sontk Atlaa- \ -( Tot 2 r =r..ed tat, 1
a Tbe H.ttel ? Ron nadtg.> *
.j' c'ane'd *- *y Jma ftkric ; I ue toy at yearn c: dreetSc0. Ask
i' : .ixat e.n... ettb. EM atiiaaw.ad ( tie aid what Ooif states Tfasmity. j; rartartrner. fcE>.w i u.e ..tsarsawl.
t brio ke \ ltarws a fee ti* jT** ai ; ? ;, I Ea.rt EaU'wsrPt
i tie tree w.... ew saf11J a.w sM Sea; ,\ ', Mr. A- J. Ajwirr, fw CaL D. E. .. tt* !llfoOC1t- ate Grind Our Ou-n Lenses r

\ ,\ '. i' ..tom ...." ...... a .... Mi the; y NE/.KO CONFEjvSED TO MfBOEROP J May u4 fer newer oat b rte poet!, ,.icat I Iir.ry.. "
tiawxtilI EiGHT FEK-ON: l> TEIAsor craven Tat a:. rsrl.or
I ,t wdartw part t4 IAA.1Mrq 1tI: Wwi Leere. cram r**esely atAeericaa
_ ttv" es .(gall a t3wrt -JL.U--_-- cps of team Dr
{ f i e v Mt* dressed weld raw ..*.* relyII eewlen c by
iMn: hew feel ".f doe ;weed-'' OUtKifT WEATHER IX JtOBTH v.... tU4 Cri_ Which Thre Vat.. M4 tail Stay *
I* BECCN; BT SA owsTog)1SC3rtrao Other )tea Paid Death PeaaKy kuIIoeId tint< a wan ntnA. Now notable ewatraatka to tae general
vjtJt I a hart rd wcr %sa>* &ntMj attt
6A.Aa U
rrtL wu
1 d.t tl* dreua wan ka wledie of the r enable Romans
her JtL Tbtvweag Irrr frtt .... *. L. feil.
bow tan
a g : ;
Feld. 13-Abitfc LEasu.ear 41 1M tmemeat laUer pkydtal: tt+ea very .A
K'acb _
Feb. Local
tap "TN4.. Xw !hula as.-tot. Us* Tans. proles, -3targae ..J'r.. 3trH.'wtad! tat< sore It to cnttrhig ,. betakes '< t )
..w.4It; traScaad
today '
op ,and tae I Wao9 Nattooial C-.a"-a"
t..it.eei M paR: loci ortr. aM an ate.; + bas o osYma&MYZSaa .tarts to ..r far granted that Oe ct-eaif J

k.-aatd n. the. feast. tk* J4radr.>rpwllyd .pres4 a white: corer M1'n1 iad+- were B baiz d tit afternoon Co &-|. a3.: .wtMa ti* aa;* la of 1m.oetaacsBald d enU arc made trI of 1cSerDcaI1J iCe a---

e.,s wnrp nett ti* eats larked IW be- fend the: tavt.tr jail ia aa atte-a is Da/row. j i .
\ knee frt- ti.* ba f.t ..aJWr.nq f I .axe sn: L&d that they dUer:
+ tow *. 4rvp warmed. t. 1M grerov! ;Rineirt of .t..& he weat8otr beraae.lattaj ..vA to rt IWJ' MjttbU.. negro alkgsd -'I I X* see kyw lw Darrvw woitid' cly la titir vrw.great arrurmnsu

r) .p 1. a..w. fc rrvw Cate{., x.cal.d7 ? wtiZ4 be U* a &est etti- ttttdixMVT .. tight .irirs, EaBMTS take tryfc4"1:; tt every oat kswi Mere sal: n. r* the panace fnyaa one

-r fA tk rirFrv.bmii1 of Uve f trrarie r c.f.b rtcb. i I Oat t. was aa ttraytt aa a ijambwfep -
fstata set' t. wort II beastxt
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alter d:1Uk: tt* stww aboLetP1RfulyfM ed the antboritae I j bo ...s.s. aver 1.lenLe l Canoe racy. f.erd'l sdenee It wan Cm ot>- 25
parr vt tire rtlm Laxjnost after 1-Tb.suemen3 I tars. I.nik'sail cent
ached ttk'4 price r staAcoosIy! Ittac
A series cf create tiJU5ers ...... 1ioC.ed ,
nitAMxi try tJwr aaoi
t,1.q tmrrvr, B1u frriowaiy. %micern ocr yrs a.t to b* a ratter of coons tad
rr rt 1..3 that it bud hoer ow tIDe rwutdjiitg PROSPfR acre far tfce part year, waj : coca trtrtid Mon<>oi. k*iw. Two II.'an kbe' -rtea5fciic. vh2c&e may nlUmate I

Old kaw.Yle: : tk* jw fry .fcrk cleared up cOtcrs said, fey U* eooftMoz i i fTtJtJX{ 'hat a l..ulftlU'I : key* to esrsrot-adnt9e Amertcaa

3t Coy 3St
fated! ...... and FOB SOUIffi: 1 fAIUiERS -" *;! eiyist atorJert, tar** .i- year faocwe. kot yvaT MTeU. wi l t tS Want Ad

.# meek ciitratM a U6 u
''ts port of tk* dey'a ...,,\ '' oa -.1JCIMtI c"'rise ta* period of *: year ta.: 0.* cute jeiteajiry for"j! -.r.u .;;.r,, tarp awl rae1Zectat
zees 1.0
-7i'sr woaY at :: a a g/rJ ; farftrr- I xioa't lta.w what eJe beedone ,
rtrat4tt Xebruiry 12. 122: to Jaaoary 1*, UXA-r\' :iIiO'tO: OC.'tLrT tLti'ewn toaa.a 8I
rxbi saw e. 1List.g g will sell
... I a
I r. r eta toe -G1aa
.f."kEtX: 'UU'i'PAIIT OKHy 34I4., ",. teratla 4':1E, arT.7 soot err 123.Tb.. said tare been I!I -la tUs auiteasU correirt. Mr.UieT" lIor-J c. x.6tt7: .Tt.tr'Iw.r.r.tea.' A.
eriates to -
4 take tier .,:!ace c4 tee rwg. rI..aw acted Dtrww roMty.
nu; GREYt4M/ cowl DUtGGIIiTr *
bo M.t ui nest fit sett last to! I by W.UieJJ.. were: .... : -It'a per eetly true." answered llo!>-!! -- --

; ha. b*'s crag m tai t.L17 Tsata sr Mrofer tf W. If. Barker sad wife j I loo. Td' bt*>J to live It does Bet I'

x /drwtii. .... by (2.tki.. sad ..lrticlrri : tame,- said II. G. Hur-JCt td Adas.a.s and Hosier Turk at Concord r..ae ::i, reel.. Ira foUcmed m* feere. rye doe. Public SalesWe 200 Horse

i ;. Pwbe4cr-d'r.ed ,he. 1 AJaata. w, ; 1x* 4 aqjcv..va1 hso44r. tti* CY.mca.y otd.w e-t of Waco: f..rur12.. ', ft-: I i ,,
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Y -&! -k* cwsSoiti > lt'A C. J:;tZ!.

.+nrlk.,. Fa. Li--Tb.. bwdy. ofy dirt< &M !*+* l.ntr-ET. jeanfor B. P. DraieM, May -7, IK2.Uarrtfl I ita&ciea.* *; V3 Damnr. J kar parchawd 123,000 pair C.

y .... AGmwnm.. wealthCrf! oe cotica to Lave oo-i tilJ tat, w'a6 "Cot U wu ny teetioa to tea< S. MIBJOO l .
< EMUMi May i5. Ifr:%. Amy sat -toft. size :SfjI } or
trrlo. r.. C.. 4rocx< t. aria/io; % "ar. W-t.. j XwJtwa' stuna twu.4 CII mepwros. arMy Skipworta, Soremter, %, 1322W. yon before! -w U, that a 'K"W1r. to... alt U.- wmcut.Ck Perfcai yoa pat cnderctan4"bow
tbt Mtrbt 411 Jamtarr iA. wt en bra all- 3Io..iiMk j i s; m Cft i are ..'m7 i;. Ilott and Mrs. Ethel Ifeoeeanip a Ba feela wben be* restored stack*f oac ..f the largest U. & HOT.eroaeat .
1 into
pdarM 'I'Meu& cri ;I -nC< do1Lan karo hug. Jaaisary 19, lZ3.1'1rrN to the widely ol bin ft' t7w-a_ after' (' sans roalrartcrm. I

: vest Callahan wu found: AMticc1 in-: tea. to tt. Xorik a:4 West tai bna4sa4 : women were'asiaalted when what fcappeaed! to tan ......... Ifal Ibis ab e is guaranteed one haa- tar
for, stream *bid y after. wxrti y...kri i( ravel, g.4a1 utter ... ntarL Oar their KeOI'Uen killed two cf the I an true
rj 4a!: I tv..u.IMo. .. oar r..arbLz.es. to li. ocer .wamen baring been subjected< to two. -+ moenntr aaid Dtrrow. raatej :, tea. bellow tonrae. dirt and water

a Tara OgvVMr. tunaii.IwAl.r- 9 tmnt U ti* r*.oa.. Osr: foctiibt &uoU. a/cordj. : to tic alleged fro Iota hand. "It may Interest yoafeofletBea proof. The actual raise of this shoe !a- 1t

)4 } I pan, who f'mnd UMT Ixxjy MX mitt rasa 4 cot 01U bra had; vibes. os 'allot to know that what sat Mr.!;t if ".H. Owing to this trementtoiu I g 5 .

j"1 t from where" tlw faocbic w...j found;i 1 A tit VI 10 .u.>. K*
tk* tMtrmiHK 41, uM it was badly < bii;. >l to pat atsdia aM lawn : DE"""" oee of any I.icwgee2t! at SL93 aQ ,
'aJisriB cad eccV last f
county < >r :
( :Uti sa a tltt/< W toIt 14I4 pet au.ka prM i& !ipl les has been aware of tbesefart.
*rwrceo 4. Both: kaad xf
wr at l !a. I tJLillbt. put wrribar.. and signed by ever stace Ur. Morton oe to Send C'Wrd.iz.e. Pay postman

.I l sa to yoni Tide txyrrkner: W:ino #, 3tirbf.Two IjTe ten ,on deliver or send money order.! If I E
wort of the .Area i I
cheep k3 slat ilte r. cka I* co ffp : ;: were tried and coe'ktJ 1 'I'tvp.. are klsder than U r cenly fc&oe are not< as represented we will $slojooB

stab trjr UM body* h.dl>*o absa sar rahk eat pr' "Frl'7 to the r6- ; : I by Jury for tie murder of Mr. wepV nail Thereto BO one wu wooid cheerfully refund Ii
...... ..to.... .. I yoor money
1Ilu food) fcoylrs. jr1 bests cro;:.*r tM Mrs. Barker aad the Turk boy. bare tacsted Ur. l1<1rt-. or Uldhtm. ,,"'_pll,.

i ANiaagh peeiti/e W-di&st!..m was. ar brow. Every datU"i _crU tiOB < tbetUl sg <-f whom Mitchell acrar too- or not trusted blot ADd that la- '!

L.atriag 'ut; tucht, fiiric and other* tad' aU cna prCNflCA bat anw.Ie. twi ,sloe of these tyros Cooper daces ...,.wftDot my family. I! -

t, i who bar Tied the body stated it U a 4UIa* sirs!, It Dtau that 1 six! .Ja1 a ad. was circa the
4' (" that rf taw. MUJWUIC. druycnt. The fro dial from
%l Cbriwr'a: pin in UM coat l Japsi l tbc 4aWron'L bin by the arm-"I Nrflere my d.lu ji-
-"ex". paW and torte pro+bcUon! 'if t.prbocllMat.1"beir mists are tar want to talk to yoa." I 298 EROADWAT
ui r weld sail efotio! UM gray suit a.dfcUi '
+ oo boo. tor** tn>lTkcl. ..t for th4 tamy. I DOW ooajpfieai.. la addition ace oe- NEW 1ORK, ='". *\'.

i A' tic. fumiah the .iekottbeat.owi t!>. worth U,.. .:oclf lbs Dots a. 4 i g.,.. !aa Jwn killed far a crime to A Brave r-.rf'.r. 2-9-lt

}. M.d.d. meat aa/aiala:/ SOfj..Tf7. tt. U. lbs flat I! wSjcn JCitthell is said to hare con- aadenuand." MM. Ute rJramme-r,j jI _=

r Fovnd th. Cody Itte, Iowa:" yermnasc tars SW..u fevsed.tea UamH Boitoa vac that tore Pete Uat allowed laCriwa !' I

r 14 Ojcilvfe and his .'.n, C. V.. htilrtr. std tarp aJI ba so fA rnai5j tans i'!c;.JJeo1I1.. girl companion was auawd. :'- Oolrtj 'any more ;I' j' PURE MEADECOTTONSEED

,!r were rVfeny.> 'The,/

t ',.' raft when Many toured tbo Uxjy.wa It reins belle .atErlet (or I song woman and 'wan .w by the toys *.d rather DOC have him sound \VJiat is. more economical -

floating lau up.: The body wan tome. dMxlj. a r. vxioc oa betas He fcefd fear aces three time tie'
mob then burned hi
tri s father.. A
titl, tied, to the raft by the aunt aided Kre90 But only b 1:M ht WTWT .ear. II'' mime>> eienlaVTJiat : B and profitable -
'It'a i body. wan Iud r- Pure 3Ieade upland lent !
t/, a Uo/tBir*'three mile down thatrram. ) S cwy] tlxe tow 10 stun It.Vroapaitr staple

4V promts off ri JiL Ti* rrrtto j I II -'o. It wasat em skm. It wj cotton seed. grown from field selected I than a want
thing Ua. u a r
rX A eo.-r'a i J.Mnt." to 1armafypr.L. protmrti .....;and. tfiat4 as-J kjrt t+ ,I II A]a of''Discretion. of cotton. Price $2.00 g ad in this ?
the dmjrcitt'a. death will be i I The Former per paper
tdaat.l tt/ocrh tlM y..,. Lori of farm People of mature years not old bushel of CO: pounds at shipping
,;_ f be"J" this morning t+7 Justke cf the tr.1U ua as hal ca..OibM to .9sba1f naderstajid. but simply peopia '
i [ Convict. I* lJe. point. 3Ieade cotton will matte What have
Peaco YInH)'. Then the body Wilt beiipped their Urine! coma out cf theta **rdta.: |I j'I j out of too first flub of fowliaa youth.:, more than either Sea Island I you

to Creenitxiro for burial Com and otter. (Tain aa4 tort.. crop ; do oceanfoaally tot their iaains To 'J short or
I Ic. staple to sell?
cotton the
Tb Ending of Cri..IICI,.'. UwJy wi tale CAT cf UM love .took. Hoc and By HENRIETTA LEE bo sore they sometime read la the <: ; length
...... of the Meade is
i ny.1.e a mystery which puzzled! all
r.ir1.ll SODM believed Gri> en air and wal r. So it to an aloe* 111. ..rrK_" uu w..aa ....,._ (1_ ...,- which. thoLch a d Bo*. M k. food I IwU-wuI to aevenbeless l Olatarbic ': the same price. Has large
vtm had escaped from the creek andJ. c>( bay tool Ilowland faced JJortoa to U* Ii.In&- .absurd boll
for tea UM. It bsata'get. rich uptick'SCE4ma room of the DarVowa Grua It wuBKimeot < to th. monk And once: la a ) 1.9 early maturing and wilt resistant. -'

U M3INOYI and atb41J IoUow..s. Irwr- a Moctoa was sever to forget whlio there U manifestly errooeou I Habitual Comtlpanon cured
: JitUlAAAntI&rba pros WiJ'" a* king aa to u.ed. head lino about the data of aa old hi 14 to :21 Days'LAXrpS

'LCMUEU ASP ELECTRICAL aaa who turns out to bo a person WITH PEPSIN- a ..recUWTepojred -
!Lorton 1IDeft'S'm
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CONTRACTOR .... Cunningham yrapToah>Laxa'lYe HabtraaT'
Jut la his prUoo; atII7. aay.
via t know I
ESTIMATK.S! CHEEKFL'LLY GIVENTelepboa To Cur a CoIJ ,io O- !)... to you. soar loUt-II started to say oooerre I Ifeaitipauon.: It relieves promptly bat
Est a* wo
4 a. IIVJBTABKE. ... XAnvr 8P/Nf Ot.ZJCl1ff:CT_.1 af It. It wiry Lunt JOG to know City Star thereU balm AGRICCLTURA LCOLLEGE .aoold be taken regularly lot1.14 to 21 tUy
(,_II aadl..ds b. that I're bad a aiMtcUl agent oa ?oar the Kato< .'J I 1d1lCe regular actIII Stimulate and
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FLX w,death g .aoauu. JokfiI& IB ciileQ._ !cture. SlI.-.1.J Yocc ATHENS GA. :'eruiitos
trail fur Home titao. Town aa .es-Loa- Vry Pteauat tea Iak.a.* lOa
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I" lata'ndnl Fact Gathered During tt>e :less br Our TURKISH everything./ !

Regular Correspondent May Darrvw t
: r.J. BURLEY rich banker

,f 'ji.t ', { ::::C- b. J Morton best
'f In the village
i I was, mentally deranged and was wan which bad b4.>
\ y t durng about the country. Other I jAHWII ous. None of "
,,1 tt !lJM ,atained be wan drowned when the criminal: record.
\ w f -, | ;'ar' toppled into the creek. It had been
t. J The balloonist woo nave ben in tit the details cuncerniag the affair young man : ,

\ I' Stark tor 'the last week will remain had been stuffed into the pigeonhole Desperate, be :

If'j bar*'until<< Sunday. They will make lie uad taken
I', '' ft <, of a Nassau county officers' desk .1
\ 71, f a flight each afternoon, weather permitting to be kept as the valuable evidence of I aettled!the In St lie>

.} f i,..'r ''J'" -, and Saturday afternoon willendeavor 'I I mother one of Florida's baffling mysI ; AMt5YANYt1/ACI000 And post.May had >> I

'j to give two performances teriea. Because the body was not discovered his vilfe. I
:":"' :; one- at aa. o'clock and the other at :t I I I )
: '> in a couple of weeks all hope and a frigid northwest wind; sent how aU that ,
"" 4 four, It la i well worth a trip to town I'I ; t
had been virtually, Bowland. the
; for its recovery I I mercury tumbling to a drop that was :
\, t\' 'Y te nee u.. as eiuilon' >,.and return wI l I abandoned. I been May' ;
until it touched
expected I to continue
'' [
$\: sorts ri is parachutes Our mad about her
Callahan heard from the lips of Thursday
I 10'o 15 degrees below zero ,(
+ :' l'<- friends are urged to come to town on afternoon all thegruesome be was Morton ) ,
t Ogilvie yesterday I when' the crest of the wave will i i
the perform- how him no
Saturday and witness j
details of finding of the
be reached I I II
', Jr
t I The
it t ores. druggist's body. The farmer's daughter The drop in temperature at Chicago iI { t i
I v What might have multed in a terf I I Morton began, .
: ; found Grissora's car partly auhmerged i was expected to be a forerunner of ; whose icy iI
real 1 nble accident happened Monday afternoon
1 I
on the morning of January I similar conditions throughout the "!s ruin and
I l'' ,;i *. during the flight. The balloon ,: I I
I IB. ., middle west. The cold wave was reported I Ii answered : ;t
,: rose swiftly upwards when drifted releaned -': Online and his son left Kirkland' i to be rushing upon Chicago j II never marry Stra wberry Growers Attention !
from its and
", moorings j I landing yesterday morning for an upstream I from the Rockies and the Canadian 1I j you think tbex I ,
,I ;' in a westerly direction. When the I; think. If they
I"' e point to get some logs. I northwest. I ,
,',:' necessary altitude was reached the ":ere returning on the raft when the Predictions were that it. would en- I jall-blrdr You will soon be wanting your tok plant You will want

,' : < aeronaut, Mws Binks, pulled the cord I body wa found. Tom Ogilvie! found and the "1 thought !
t. : ; I velop the western lake region trae MISSIONARY and KLONDYKE-.no mixture and no sub.
to release the parachute from its enough to play,
He said it frightened him.
) iiirat./ western portion of the Ohio valley by
; trnintf on the balloon. From a slight' clone to the I I ton began stituti:>>!1. Q Take no chances-order from ALLEN, either direct
The raft pulled
tomorrow and would be accompaniedby t
i j they' "Vou guessed: from local dealer but tell them
want ALLEN'S
para-; body, floating near the shore of hi rh winds. your you plants
< Is It to berbefore I
Jjovalcounty line. Cgilvie and his i i"jn I either and accept no substitutes. $3.75 per 1,000, or"5,000 or over

{ | bad released but had hung I in, Mme then attached a hook in the ,I Will ;NotTouch Florida Durruw cazue.l at $3.50 per 1,000. Hand your order to MR. N. B. HULL.
t t. the balloon \
t j i !. manner. Meanwhile was j clothes and tied the body to. one of I Ij t

,'I' ",,' Ii, slowly descending, dropping lower i[r the logs with"a small line. j Washington, Feb. 13.-Tho cold wave 'I :heerll.ume). Then i
I I..f will eastwardduring
the northwest
,;;, I and lower with the parachute! still the 1'-.,r tnree miles down the stream i|{ the next few days sweep with much! i ":OuU1n; : wrong THE W. F. ALLEN CO. salisbdryMd : hung till it reached and passed
the dense sides i 11 or tun
I to a little clearing in grew
1 ,'i" zone wherein a parachute might be the farmer and his son i i colder weather prevailing in all sections ,"I Ueve Mr. "
.f j of the stream
u--;; ;
east of the Mississippi, except r.irm, : Lrarr
-j{ '' r cut loose with safety. Below that' I statement to fo st 6rtli ,
f: 't 1 allowed! the raft to slowly drift pul ; I j '
height the 'chute would not in the Florida peninsula the weather Holland's tow In drl. latlun. showing him In an
( open ""In" the body with it. Then, at the bureau predicted tonight. I II blo I active game of tennis at Cannes. Ten .:,
r' t time to check the, fall to earth. and carried the I I Knowing something had wrong j they stopped Cold wave warnings have been ordered : "All right nls. as every one knows. Is o came tor ;
gone 1
I I ,: and! yet helpless to do. anything elite I body ashore. I from Ohio, western and central That's so, Mr. j youngsters. No elderly person can :
;, I A thin white sheet covered the body: New York eastern Pennsylvania W.i i I U outside In the a court. This gay young dog, i!
I ;: "' but await what might happen, Misat i the banks of the shown ball with racket. Is'
j J .- INat'' night left on i and daughter chasing & a
Virginia, Kentucky and western Ten-
\ t. i Rinks hung W lue parachute and I *]
\ ia
i stream until the customary inquest i iI Darrow'i face
Snow forecast for tomorrow
, ,t watched the earth and was of three.!
j approach more will : "The day our age are
) held to return a verdict, which amount of : \
\ '" t more rapidly as the air in the bag I in the upper Ohio valley, the lower all ... year and ten ." Hush I That ;
the "Uy means
.. ;) above cooled. Every moment she was!I,I officially. close case. lake region and the Atlantic states are sure It Is long ago. We are doing much'better

1 expecting the parachute to loosen its have north ot Virginia, while it: was said than they did In the time ol'' C I
I J. ; I W. W. Colson and ,family rain was probable in the south Atlantic IL""Oh. .. When we reach seventy we
' -. \\t ,: hold on the balloon and a drop now i Starke. The Hotel I I'm sure
moved away from only at years at discretion. Ask \
'I and east Gulf states Thursday. I I
meant certain death. She skimmed manufacturer
i I
Marion is for the present being kept Balfour.
, '' 't the tree tops in safety and the bag I l.y Mrs A. J. Anders for Col.! D. E. onto the stoop. I I We (grind Our Own LensesNODELAY k',
i w nettled slowly toward a field in the KniJCht.I Physical' Chemistry
\' I western purt of town. Lower and lower EIGHT PERSON IN TEXASCommitted chair:: The I Lecture given recently at various a f I't

1 'l v i' abe dropped until now she only I fireflies. Only .a center of learning by Dr 1 J
1 within a few feet of the fOLDEMT) WEATHER IN NORTH I Crimea for Which Three Morton bad told W. Aston of Cambridge made a QevinesVille. Florida.i j
J gJ'ound--1 ;
r IS BEGUN BY SNOWSTORMS had learned that
I with a barbed wire \nee directly in I Other Men Paid Death Penalty dream contribution ,to the general
\ her path. Throwing her feet onto the I = I astonishing the. how knowledge of the remarkable advance 'c,".. ._._,_, .."' ._......._ ,_.. e
Chicago Feb. 13 A blinding snow Local the moment In physical chemistry
Waco, Texas Feb. 9. police
Mica Binks allowed the 1
top "Margaret, my :
and more Ita coming to be
storm which today slowed traffic iuardsmen
up National
and the Waco w
I balloon to pull her over, and as she has a for granted that the chemical
and spread a white cover sevral inches were mobilized this afternoon to defend '
balanced the the all which be *a I '
on fence parachute are made up of Identically
deep over the city, marked the beginning the county jail in an attempt is said Darrow. a---
i pulled from the bag.allowing mme stuff and that they differ
I her to drop unharmed to the ground. of what the weather bureau made to get Roy Mitchell negro al- No one knew In their structural arrangement
, ". redicted would be the coldest weather f take anything,
e_ Despite her narrow escape Miss leged confessor to eight murders. Rumors and more the passage from ODe

j ,,' inks calmly set to work to locate of the winter. of the forming of a mob reached that be wa a* I to another, which so dumb- I
Shortly after dusk the snow abated be would never science when It first ob
the authorities. f'I was 25
d '. die cause of the rope hanging after j! The statement I cent '
taking place spontaneously, Ii
released the and! I A series of crimes that have baffled
being by trigger,
r ', fouud that it. hud hung on the round-) PfKMANfNTPR SPfR ir--- :l! officers'' here for the past year was cious Uowland friend ) to be which a matter we may of course ultimately aDd.0methlDg

cleared officers said, by the confession
*d knuckle carrying the pin by which 1 he's everything to controL-ScIentific American
1' j' of Roy Mitchell to having be, that
the trigger was fastened. | : ought to

i. Cut such Is life for a balloonist and !I FOB[ sour rERN! mm !. committed eight murders three as- I I Isn't ter your He's house an, Want Ad .

such incidents as this is accepted as I Ipart saults to murder and a number of attacks <

of the work." on women during the period of a year LD'the tutds: Cxusn aol 'n' s
t,", day's "Why wouldn't It be a gooj Idea to forgery. I don't 11'11' Iuenza
I February 12, 1922, to January 19( .\TlVE .
If, tart right now establishing permanent done-" BROMO OlXNINET-.bbu! emovethi,
t will sell
1923. .... ..
There ia ." a
,farm Southern only one !?T Qulo a. ,
cmtK'IEl.US'UdU prosperity" on every "Is
\ OF MISSIN I The crimes said to have been confessed W.GHOVE Bltfni.ni.. m boa. 3uu
farm to take the place of the regular ? asked
j ( GKKENSUOKOI ; ton .. ,
ImqcilsT ,
that to by Mitchell were: -- -
seesaw Into debt and out of "It's perfectly :
\ I bas ben going on for fifty year or Murder of W. II. Barker and wite ton. "I'd hoped I

4 J' i, Identified. l.y Clothing and Articles more." said H. O. Hastings of Atlanta I and Homer Turk at Concord nine guess It's Public Sales : : $$200 Horse

i in Poc-krl*-Aligned Jan. 18 I prominent agricultural leader recently. miles east ofVaco, February 12, wrong biding It- ,

"Enough money has come Into the 1922. "Very wrong "

'f' Jacksonville, Feb 15.-The body ofHyatt I South during the laot twenty-five year. It. P. Driskcl), May7, 1922. stances," said We have purchased 122,000 pair l'. ',
A. Grissnm wealthy Greenshero -'s for cotton to have made thla the weal "But It was
Marrell Bolton May 25, 1922. Army Munson lat shoes, sizes
N. C., druggist missing since thiest agricultural lection instead of tbe yon before-u ell. or a
November 2 1922 12 which
Grady Skipworth, was the entire surplus 'I
Where ban all these billions now. Perhaps
I poorest.
the night of January IB when his ''
t' W. E. Holt and Mrs. Ethel De'ne."amp of of
( the
o. mobile into upon billion of dollar gone? bow a man feels i one largest U. S. gov-
plunged Thomas creek
"Thena cotton dollars have largely I January 19, 1923. to the society of shoe contractors. (; j
1 _. car Callahan was found floating in gone to the North and Went for bread Three women were* assaulted when what happened This shoe is guaranteed one hun- j I I
s $$1000 Car
l the dream shortly after noon yester- ,' and. meat gone never t. return. Our I their escorts were killed two of the all true and- per cent solid leather color dark I

'day. foolishness our slavlsbnes to the one 'women having been subjected to two "One moment !" bellows tongue dirt and water. '

,, Tom Ogilvie, the farmerlumberman crop system 1. the reason. Our foollsh- ,assaults, according! to the alleged con- Inc his nand. The actual value of this shoe

t' who found the body six miles Dee nan put our farm land value on J fession. gentlemen to kDO, 600. Owing to this tremendous i

lt'; from where the machine was found] s $10.00 to $50.00 per acre bail and The confession made to thesheriff Uowland. or\a
e was we can offer same to the public
the largely helped to put Illinois and Iowa nest. very one 11
I following. day said it was badly I and'county prosecutor last 2.95. i
'iii decomposed. Both hands off at lands on a UbOoO to 100.00 per acrebasis. In Staple has
; were
I r light, put in writing, and signed by facts ever since Send correct size. Pay postman I
the wrists. Fish and crabs had eaten
"It fs world wide with :Mitchell. live here. delivery
experience send
., or money order. If
most of the flesh.
;; Search for the body had'been aban- DO exception that there caD be no'regular j Two negroes were tried and con- "I'l-uple are are not as represented vie will (: $ OO
murder of Mr.
for the There
4 permanent proipori'y to the reguiar rioted by jury supposed. full .
,. dohMl !:......lnu _..__ d refund your money
F" ---.J. food ouymg, grain buying cropperor I and Mrs. Barker and the Turk boy! nave taunted .
.;..o.t : Although positive identification wn farmer. Every dollar's worth of th ,killing of whom Mitchell now con- him. or not mp" I III

r f"I lacking last night Ogilvle and other Food and grain produced on home acre I. fes}es. ,One of these negroes, Cooper eludes myself- I

"i}' I who have viewed the body stated it Is fci a dollar saved U mfana that much Johnson, was given the death penalty "Morton come I 1 Farm .

t I that >)f the1 missing druggist. TheEhrinvr's freedom from debt high interest and and the other, Bencle .Young, to Mr. llowlnnU. )" Bay State Shoe Co

4 pin in the coat lapel the dealers' profits. Their are hIm by the arm- ; .
life cases
'L 'Toed, imprisonment. ter wants to talk 298 BROADWAY
,,, watch and chain the gray suit andy grain and forage: production
black tie >Q home acres sufficient for tbe family, now on ikppeal., In addition one negro NEW YORK N. "V.
thu identification
the working live stock, th. cows and ,has been killed! for a crime to A Brave -

-'z needed. meat animals poultry, etc. Is the first v.-1\lch'lIltebell is said to have con "I uD
Found the Body step toward permanent farm prosperity fessed. When Harrell Bolton was "thiit 1'iute Pete.

1 Ogilvie and his son, C. B. Ogilvie, and there can be no permanent tarn f tilled his girl companion was assault Crimson (butch PURE MEADE II

i' were rldinj-.down the stream on A !og ironpertty on anybody's farm until meteneceesary ed. A negro was later identified\ by "No; ," answered What

1' raft when they found' the body.; It Item., fully ufflclent for the young woman and was shot by thelrJ's boys 'ud rather COTTON SEED t i is- more economical -

w, was floating face up. The body was born needs. are produced on borne father. A mob then burned his lie heM four
:,,i tied! to the raft by the men and pull acres not only In 1923: but every yean \body.: Mme vtvnlnY I } and profit-

ed to a landing three miles down tho : "It's a good time now to start the "That earns luck Meade upland lon staple!

stream. rV)] ', I I prosperity program off right. Tba first "Xa.< "It wasn't seed, grown from field se s able than a want
thing in line I t. a roil: home garden. courage. seed. I grow no other
A coroner' Inquest to formally va-
ri r properly prepared planted and kept replanted The FormerConvict Age of-.D of cotton. Price $2.00 ad in this
A probe the druggist's! death will beheld through the year. Lots'of farm People of of 30 per paper?

I this morning by Justice of the folk. toll u* that one-third to ,.ae-balf people understand, Meade pounds at shipping

t Peace Finley. Then the body will be their living comes out of their garden I out of the first than either SeatIslanda What have you

i x shipped to Greensboro for burial. Corn and other grain and forage crop do occasionally get or
The finding of Grlssom's body ont talcs care of tie 11 v* stock. Hog and By HENRIETTA LEE be sure they staple cotton; the length y to sell?
a mystery which puzzled all of poultry cannot fatten or produce *gg> public prints staple is equal to
north on air and water. So It ia all along the CePl'rICblo III. Wuurm N*..piwr v...... fmy-five." which, of Sea Island and sells for .
Florida." Some believed CrU- M'Rtu", .. ..
==: 'm"'....... ,
line. "u >U U'3'' :'' t
Make Instead
atlm' had escaped from the,creek and food, of buy food llowland faced Morton In tile living- evidently absurd j same price. Has large boll,
for home use. It beat 'get rlcb quick room of the Oolr')>OW.' bouse. It was Curbing to the early maturing, and wilt re-! \

,J. L. SIMMONS schemes! and steadily followed tneare a moment Morton was never to forget whll? there 1* a N.bltual100ettpatron Cured
PLUMBER ELECTRICAL Permanent tam proapertty. aa long as he lived."ilorton bead line about In 14 to 21 Days !
," be said with a sneer "I'm man who turns G. V. "LAX'F WITH PEPSSN- .pecloW-; f
CONTRACTOR wise to you. / I know your past-all suit| In his prime; Cunningham i .repaired Syrop Tonlc-taxa-Jve for Habmirf"wtlpatlon.
\ To Cure Cold .ia Ono I la '
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN a But as we I -" .' It relieves but
....... of It. It may Interest you to know promptly ;
*, :see LAXATIVE BROMO OUWIVE! CT. ) : nould be taken for day
133-J Kansas City regularly 14 21
Telephone the to
< aoii it that lee bad a special agent on LCOLLEGE I.
*tho ou ": you : I i induce
: r.:, M.'t.t'.t.; ::. e.casooa. regular action. It Stimulate and
STARKE, .'L.': | <1 E W. im tat trail for.. some' time. You'. an .ex-con- fa OIIea4.jIMarea. ATHENS, 'GA. lIegulatea. Very I'1auanr tAl Tskae $Oeuer
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