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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 23, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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slablished 1879. Subscription-1'cr Year. $2.00; Six Monilis.' 81.00-1'iI'nble Advance.. E. S. :M.itthcws,, Editor and Proprietor.

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LINTY (;COMMISSIONERS! FRO UI' IN A BALLOON?-NIXvrrial DISASTROUS l'otH.-: I''SEVENTEEN;/ LOST LIVES: IN

CEEDINGS i I Matthews BLI/ZAR1) IN N OK I'll WEST: \\
Resigns'as :: :
Vehicle Came to Inglorious Encl Strawberries Received 1 Ilackxrt. For !

onduy, February 6, 1023, .the< Saturday Afternoon Weeks to Come I St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 17.-At least

.rd of county commissioners met it : I 17 l persons lost their lives In the north
ular session with all member! The balloon ascensions and para Member House Saturday and Sunday Wf'rlI'ohl west aa a result ot Tuesday' blizzard

'sent as' follows: J. M. Brownlee, chute drops came to a sudden ending days with a tierce northwester. blowing and cold spell accoiding to figures

irman, James Reynolds, S. J Saturday evening, when the balloon but not cold enough to do any'; compiled here today.
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scott L. II. Hill and 11. P. Gain ccllapsed. damage. Hut Sunday night the col11; I Six perished in Minnesota three In

,f- The'day had been windy prohibiting I increased! perceptibly, and Mondttj I South Dakota, three in North Dakota4
SPECIAL ELECTION 1O FILL VACANCY I II I one who can be in regular and con I I
mules of last meeting read and ascension until late in the eve- I ; WILL PROBABLY BE stant attendance. morning tho ground was white wit,!h and five In Saskatchewan province,
roved. ning, when the air became! perfectly frost. On pools in shady places ,n I C nudn.i .
CALLED BY GOVERNOR AT AN The resignation should have reached -
calm. The balloon the light crust of ice was found. The vii
the Bradford County Telegraph was filled parachute L
EARLY DATE.E. the governor Thursday afternoon.
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Lwai designated aa the paper in which, I I arranged, and Miss Btnks had I : It is probable that he will act promptly : rious thermomelt'tt in Sturke indicated i Chicago, Feb <17.-Deaths of at
publish the notice of tax sale for (entered her seat, was straining back I from 25 "to 30 d'grees-II eyrreci : least five persons were attributed! to
S. Matthews, one of Bradfordcounty's In the matter and that within a few '
>' year 1923. "on the cords and waiting for the releasing instrument would probably have'< thu cold l wave that has embraced this
representatives-elect, has cliys he will call a special election at
of the balloon. Just the shown 28 degrees. ... I I region since Wednesday.
ist of state pensioners aa sent out as .
forwarded his resignation to Governor which the electors of the county will
he state comptroller was examin- release was to be effected the top of the The cold wax! not severe enough to I I 'The cold still gripped! this section
Hardec asking for its immediate ac l'hOOfOUIr.! Matthews' successor. I
V I the balloon swelled, into a huge blister ceptance.Mr. law provides that a special election injure any of tho vegetables, hut early, tndiiy, the temperature having
belched out and it collap- strawberries and bloom, not protectei dropped to six degrees. above after
P on motion R. W. Lloyd was giv- smoke Matthews assigns as the ren- shall be called to (ill such vacancies' zero -
7 10 for temporary relief I sed over the furnace. The bystanders, by mulching were destroyed. The< having reached 111! above and at '
non for his resignation illness in his and that it shall be advertised not
FIt on motion J. G. Williams waa rushed forward and stamped, out the family that is likely to prevent his It's sthan 15 nor more than 43 days, I general impression, among stJ'nwbcrryjfl'owers least two more Hof the excessive
d the U that it will be three week:: I weather forecast.Senttle .
an additional $5.03 for tempo- flames that had begun to vour' was
regular attendance upon the sessions his gives ample time for the election \
and that the end. before quantity picking can be resuni- ]
balloon was
Rai'g relief.
I of the House of Representatives i llf u representative before the convening I I
Vote of thanks extended to Glen St Whether the rotten structure was ed. Small quantities of berries will, I Wash., Feb 17.-Six deathsin
the
I says that he thinks it Is to the best of legislature on April
Mary for palms sent for the unable to sustain the gas pressure no doubt, bu found in a week or two Seattle are attributed to u record
nursery
Interests of the county to elect some I :3rd.I
courtyard. I or whether the o6t particles of which ',I ; South of us the cold wave was not storm that raged from Sunday to r

I XJpon motion the following placed it was full owing to the poor quality 'I so Kcvurc,, .though in localities when Wednesday. All wore men. Four men
) (upon the widows pension fund of gasoline hud taken lire, is not :! THE BIG EVENT OF THE SEASON Itmlsnlt.\lIN: tender vl. (.tubh.R lied been planter collapsed while shoveling snow or t

?Mrs. I'..F. Gill $i.00 per month.. known. It was probably a lucky accident + lefore: their time they were froze" walking.
I Mrs. Alice Rogers, $2.00 per month as tho homespun of which the !I I "HEY ON 1J'Ti'i'E nOCli ms" The home of Mrs. Alice Sparkmui down. 1'11Injury to Irish potatoes :,

\\Too following named persona werefrecoratnendi'd balloon was made, was so weakened on M'nd.son: street! was tho scene of a : at; Hastings was very great. The or- I II :i MULES! LAVE( : AUUIVED
by the board as county by scorching and stretching till it I A pretty 4-act comedy drama will betty, wedding !Monday afternoon at anjje bloom seems! to have escaped un

t demtjpratic executive committee: (;i was dangerous to make an ascent. be presented at tha (Gaiety 'iliuutri two o'clock:, when Mis Alice Agin, I hurt over the state. I I liirty-fmir Fino Animal. Will Furnish

iw It 'R. Thcde, district No. 1. The spectators could recognize this on Wednesday, February 2, 1)23!) by I III : granddaughter of Mrs. Spaikman,I. Until tho freeze this weather Jlolivo Power on New toads

.d M. Alvarez, district No. 2. I but by the balloonists in whom familiarity II local and professional talent for the I'became tho bride of Mr. FreomuiUegititcr. been phunomjmitly mild here. Hun-j -

,&W. Andrews, Jr., district No. 3. had bred contempt this fact benefit of the Woman's Club. This ia \ I day sane stiillfs of sweet corn !Messrs.V". E. Torodo und J. W. .
\T. McEver, district No. 4. was not heeded. a play that has 'stood' the test of time 1 i The bride is, one of Slll rko's moat tasseling. at L. A. Davis' tenant Andrew, Sr., who hud gone to SULouis
tW? A. Fi ch, district No. 5. Miss Binks had both: her hands badly and has all the essentials. that go tc charting! young lailioi, a daughter IIf l and on T. N. I Kemlrlck'n pliico wan n to huy the mules necessary In

D: W. Moore, district No. 6. burned by gasoline ye;_she was industriously make up a first class production. No W. W. ARIII, of Tampa and nevus patch of sugar cane still !growing. the construction of the hard. roads!
|VOi.W. Andrews, district No. 7. sewing on a new balloon efforts are being spared to make it I looked lovelier than on her weddinu I t through the county have returned

(John Shriver, district No. 8. Saturday. This nervy modest pleasant one of the best plays,ever produced ,in day. She is an charming and accom VALUAULK INVENTION: : BY I home, and !Monday night two carloadsof
Vii, 1 Board adjourned to meet on therst'Monday and industrious little woman Starke. A full set.of special scenery pushed! woman and admired by alii FoumnI'I.ltIiB: : ItOY the animals arrived in Starke.

in March, 1923.G. gained many friends while here. The is being painted by Mr. Robert Dem- .,who know her. Mr. Register I. one _____ I When they were turned into the corral .

W. ALDEJRMAN, balloonists left Starke Sunday, pre- orest. All necessary electrical effects I of Starke's best known young buss l ln I Ford I... PreHi-ott, a former student at the depot, the showed no signs
Clerk and Auditor. sumably for Lake City. are being installed and rehearsals are ins men proprietor of the Fireprool of B. It. S., has perfected and in now of fatigue ar Injury after their long

'tt -- going ahead in a satisfactory man:; ; Garage, where' by his energy am manufacturing n new; !gus saving d-I journey. They were aa lively as
.11.1 Y. I-: U. VALENTINE: SOCIAL ST. MARK'S CHURCH net' II I ability has worked up a firmly established vice for Ford cars. That it Is very I crickets and begun playing, and rolling

( Tha- play is a true story of the : business. valuable, was proven on a test run as noon as liberated.
SlTha young people of the B. Y. P.Jf.'enjoyed Service on the second Sunday In I "days of '49." The scenes are laid in I I The ceremony was performed bj made by Mr. Prescott! and his part. I I The animals are all\ picked, large

; a Valentino social Tuesday Lent at 7:30: p. m. :' a mining camp with all characterstrue Rev. L. B. Simpson pastor of the nor, Prof. M. W. Smith instructor In and fat and hardly, a harness mark

, !y waning! ; the 13th, at the home of Rev. Services on Friday evenings with. to life. Thrilling climaxes, a Methodist church in the presence of mechanics at the University of Florida ', can be seen on'any of them. 'No ani
jand.Mrs. J. J. Bullen on North WaIl dildrcsses on the Christian Faith. beautiful heart story with good clean only a few relatives and friends of when they nude an average of' mal U over Haven years of age. The

t l, c'J J llut; street. The name Lent is derived from an comedy, predominating.Cast I I the contracting parties. Immediate!] 3.1: miles per"({ IT ri'of gasoline; usln bond trustees were lucky In gettingMr. !

a j The social committee arranging for old English word meaning Spring and of Characters after tho ceremony the young couple a Ford! touring I'ar. carrying/ driver ,I, Andrews, a veteran stock man to ,
t"t"tbM\ I entertainment were John Powell is kept in commemoration of the forty Tries a' girl of the Rockies-Misa left by automobile for a short trip ir and three pussengerH. I I select them.

i. .)tIuee Isabel Sullen Blanche Alder- days spent by our Lord in the desert. Florence Matthews. j, I:Florida p.nd Georgia. This wan! a trip of 3l! ) miles, from :i The mules were driven to the convict
Vman and Eunice Perkins, and to tho Traces of its observance have been Susie Smith, all books and learningMrs. ," They will be at home to their Gainesville Ma., to Tjfton, n,&., and camp, where they will be used
[committee is due much praise for the found in writings as early as the second -! E.. M. Johns. 'friends at the residence of Mrs... return; only 12 gallons! of 'frasolinu for plowing hauling and pulling machinery -

delightful affair. The rooms of tho century. i Mrs. Ruble( mother of Trias Miss Sparkman on their return. being consumed on the entire run. I' on tho grade of the hard! surfaced -
'lower floor of_this pleasant homo weredecorated Life is a way and Lent is a rest by Livingston. I We understand that R. i). power I road under building. Much fillIng .

with valentines red hearts the way. As Christ said to the disciples ,I Mied'1'rim, after a man-Mrs. Min. I !MRS HUGHES: ENTERTAINS! will act as local agent and demonstrator ; will have to be dune and there

':?\".&.._.'., and valentines I were given as prl-I "Come ye apart into a desert nie; Harvey. I LUCK TlllltrhEN!: CLUB for this !Call saver.CLKMONSPIN animals are able to pull the dirt.
\:,tas in the games. J. Daugherty and place and rest awhile" so the church Judge Lovctoddy who rules the -- I The road! work is well under way ..

Jiss Thelma Snellgrovo won first bids her children to come apart and camp-Robert I1'. Demorest, Sr. II Mrs Nelle Hughes delightfully en- :; l IIOLSTEItThe ( and the m rival of the mules and mach'nery -

lze: in the games, and to John Pawl rest awhile from the enjoyment of i Hank Jordan, an old }'ort -nlner- tertained the Luck Thirteen Club: on will necessitate u 1 larger forceof

and Miss Mildred Dubose the sec- pleasure in its many forms and rest "Doc" Harvey. Thursday evening complimentary to following marrlafra notice !in convicts for ditching, etc., andnlOI't

Did price. the soul and feed it. It is a 'time for :: Hallelujah William of the Salvation her sister, Mrs T. W. Oliver, of Syl- taken from the Sunday Times-Union. : men will Moon. be.here.

Refreshments of brick ice cream special'acts of charity and devotion,: Army-Nat Sternberg. \anla Ga. The club bus recently been I i The contracting parties. are well I 1

.d cuktN were served, and the favors for giving up certain things that tend''. Jack Hamlin, with a. black hearI \- organised, and its object is to play I: knowri people, and the Telegraph' I METHODIST: cmmoi: THIS EVENING : -
to draw the heart away from God, for D. It '
hearts and arrows. Carpenter. friends in wishing
re :I bridge every Thursday evening, tho joins their many
'The B. y P. U. is noted for de- special prayer and seft-examination.But Zenas (.none, owner 01 "Tho dub being entertained by: the various them all happiness.An I -

fhtfui social gathering I. end. 1 thh some one mayask, Should we Roost"-O. L. Haynes. members. I II I event of yesterday In which 'On Friday evening Feb. 2i: at 7:30 I
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}If fair was no exception to the rule. not always strive to do these things"Why I'f Nat Webb, a product of tho West :Jour I tables were laid l for auction I much p cordial, jnterost centers was the there will be a special\ meeting at the I
'iiri" yY have a special season? Simplybecause -Bobby I>Demorest Jr. and on each table was placed a dish marriage of Miss Mamie Lou I'inhol-I Methodist church in the interest of I
i\ FINE CELERY ., it is well to have a special! I. Miners prospectors, etc. I of tempting candy. The game result,:I eter, daughter\ of Mrs. W. II. Pin.I I the Sunday school work. F'. M. Williamson \ "If.j.

., time marked out for a special work. I If Music by Miss Rosa Leviton. ed in Mrs. Edward Burns receivingfirst holster to Mr. Theodore Clay demons thu conference superintendent i

:; Mrs. A. A. Smith, of I.awtey, sent Every American citizen should be I Vaudeville numbers between each prize a pair of hand-painted of Miami, which was. solemnized I of Sunday schools, and lilies Lola
the Telegraph samples of thaalery loyal to his country but may we not and every act. in the of i'"
some vases, and to F. L. Turner was awarded at high noon parsonage Luwler, the elementary Huporlntan-
'f. that grows in. her,garden. The 'also have special days for special acts I I The Gold/ Digger Comedy Quartette the gentlomans prize two linen the Main street Baptist. church, Rev. dent, will tie present and speak in bo- .)

'."talks were very large crisp and fine :of loyalty and remembrance as the -Damorest. Harvey Sternberg, S. E. handkerchiefs. Thd tulleys were attractive Dr W: L. Mahori. pastor of.the Main half of the standard training school
rored. _G. M. Inman our i pushing Fourth of July and Thanksgiving Day Rich. valentines with sweet old- street Baptist-church olliciutlng. I und concerning other mutters of Interest L

teal' estate man, pronounced,! them thoIllest So we should also remember special i Ruth Sternberg fnd Elizabeth Andrews time verses and the partners were Only A few relatives of trjj couple ; to Sunday school! '

: he had ever seen and had them days and seasons of our Lord's life. dusky belles from Alabama. matched by the verses being: completed. witnessed the !impressive nuptial. cer Every; Methcidixt Is requested to be i
:$otographed, so that he could show Good Friday and Easter will always i Curtain rises Tl5 p. m. i emony. present and nil others interested In ',

'," .tending homeseekcr what Bradford .have their great lessons for'ue. In I Admission, 23 and bOo centa At the close of a spirited game the The bride, who was unattended was. 1 he; school and thu welfare of their 4,
unty can produce in this line. I large cities! where there is the strenuous -: Tickets now on sale. I hostess! served whipped) cream gelatine harming lit n three piece traveling children: are Invited to bu present and

f Celery grows as well In. Bradford social whirl people need tfro i ________ topped with strawberries, and suit of navy blue I'uiret! twill with I II hear thesi III'Clikerll.Ir.! Williamson I '

unty as anywhere on earth but far Lenten rest for physical as well as IIIRTHDAY DINNER FOR COL. W. lintel! food cake. I I gray blouse, embroidered in contrasting ; und ;Miss. Bawler are duvotlng theil'J

me reason hard! to explain, it Is spiritt il 1 reasons. For this reason:'I T. WEEKS: I II The guests were Mr. and l Mrs. :II.II. shades. Her that was u chic spring whole thus to the work and have dune
here We hope thate this time is often! selected by various Edward l I in and her accensoricMharmonised. : add, these facts suf.licient
ldom grown Young, Mr and Mrs. : model gray religious bodies s a season for special I Mrs. S. T. Dell and;; Mrs. J. E.'= Wilson -
praiseworthy example Mrs. Smith Burns, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Turner, Mr : Her /flowers were a corsage to warrant your coming out to
;)k ia set will be followed by others, deepening of the religious life. of Gainesville 'gava! an elegant and Mrs. J. L. Peek Mr. and Mrs. J. I, bouquet of brides roses. ficar them even,.if you are not acquainted ...
1 til celery will become one of our turkey dinner Sunday in honor of the C. Uobin&on.Ir.! and Mrs. J. M. Following tho ceremony Mr. and ) with their work.
+ gtllar crops.QUIGLEY. BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN 35th: birthday 'of their father. Col. W. Mitchell, Miss Emma Uoblnette.SUCCESS Mrs. demons loft immediately in Come- They will help you and help
the cold weather tine congregations T. Weeks. Twenty-four covers were e
I Despite I their car for Miami where they'willmake !inmo child through: you or someone. .
THE COLLECTOR \ were fine lattJSunday and laid for this course dinner,the guests ;t I OF RADCLIFFE CIIAU- their future home. For the de.l Let It bu you.
;. J. TvQuiijIoy is an enthusiastic coltor with a well heated auditorium, tha II being tho children and grandchildren, : TAUQUA present they will be located. at Hotel There will be preaching Sunday

of antiques and curios, and has worshippers were comfortable during of Col. Weeks. Those present were ; Oxford, until they move Into their rnornlnif und evening! at. the usual
We all who fled Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children -
large and valuable\ collection. Histr'1t the services. assure I of Starkes boosters have taw home. lours.' ?
acquisition is a ,Colt revolver their way to this place of worshiphat I ,of ISrooker; Mr and Mis.. J. M. I Over the fifty contract for the Chautau- The bride is a charming young woman Then will bu Sunday school at 10 a aI.

om the early days of the civil war. there will be no discomfort, Brownlee and children Mr. and Mrs. I ilgrted! be irKStarke March 12J, 13th and hut a wide circle of friends, m. Let nil l>o present and bring' ,
t 1s a Dingle action revolver, the cyl- no matter how cold, because of wantof L. Wall Harold C. Wall, Mr. and i (:I'la|' td I who will wish her every* Iqnppinuis Inter lomcone with you.

nder being loaded liy.hand with power ,heat. Mrs. J. 1;. Wilson\ Mr. and I.Irs. S. T. and Whilu 14th.these boosters have assumed married life. She has resided In Epworth League/ meets at 0:15 p. w

and ball and it was fired by the The usual services will be held on Dell and children, of Gainesville; Mr. Che financial obligation:: the chautau- Jacksonville for the past thvuu years, n. Subject will be "Prayer//

Bans of n rap put on tubes. When Sunday next, the pastor, occupying; ml Mrs. W. G. Strinjrfellow and jua's success us an uplift to the community having come here from Bradford. All are welcome at every service.
The: morning hour of wor- baby. I .)t
uch a pistol was shot the aim had: the pulpit. the cooperation county
be high, to counteract: the effect of ship is 11C: !and the sermon "t ,,.'. 'Th's family: j. thsrfnseras! .LIIjM-: !: it the citizens.depends upon Every man woman Mr. demons who is likewise from CONCERT 1O HE: GIVEN :MARCH
I be "Crutches and Capacity. lul in every particular, and Col. I resided In Jacksonville
he blow of the heavy hammer which will boy and girl should have a part in it, Dradford county 1 )
ended to depress the muzzle. .' B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:30: p. m., followed Week's family and friends wish for I tnd there is something for everyone \ for several years but for the : Music lovers are looking forward
the forebear of this revolver by worship at 7:30.: Dr. Bullen him many happy returns of his birthday two has made his homo in
also past years
lie has V> do, so don't wait to ba asked, but with much interest to a charming and
the cylinder; of which must be will present the second sermon in the r offer services.Meanwhile Miami where he is manager for the irtistic program which will bu an
turned by hand. Both weapons are series on "Five Fires" the topic being your talk it up. It's your' Miami branch of the J. 11. Walsh Tire went of the evening of March 6th, In
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"Salted With Fire. This Is a E.'lJOYADLEn'AIlC AT THE Ha has a host of friend
Company.
in good condition.: hautauqua.: the auditorium of the club house.>
Another curiosity is the model of a Scriptural passage that has perplexedmany MANSE who will extend congratulations. Prof. I'ryor of the Pryor Vocal 'j J

Halifax clipper ship In the inside of readers and lovers of the Bible with the national colors. Studio, of Jacksonville, has been for( I

a bottle, and a great puzzle i la how it for there seems to be? nothing in common A most enjoyable'evenin; was spent Delicious ice cream and cake were OYSTER SUPPER TONIGHT the past several weeks rehearsing:
salt and at the when members of the
things manse
the two ,
between
could be put together from the out- I I served near the close of the evening: with some of Starke's best musical
how 'to salt a thing Presbyterian congregation were entertained -
side. There are also a tug boat and a lire._ We know : I I and each one carried away a tiny silk The men of Starke much pleased silent, preparatory for this concert.
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lighthouse This curio must be at with salt but to salt a thing bean by u Livingston flag as a reminder of an evening of with the supper given them by the Prof. (Pryor, who Is'a soloist of "
This will and Uglow and Mesdames Davis
east fifty y".rs'old., as the clippersft fire, that lathe puzzla. ''rare good pleasure. IVoman'a Club some time ago wishedo vide popularity will appear on this ,
and will Young Stamp and Hedge
the seas half a century .:to. interesting study many made i. : reciprocate and will give) the'lalies rogram. (In addition to the choruses
doubt be anxious to share ia' it. The patriotic idea was the
no "' of the club an oyster supper tonight plans are being made for a number of
: been "nickel
and visitors. motif throughout the evening' in the This week has wee
Miss Mamie Tinholater, of Jack. Bring your friends (Friday). The supper will baTor ipeciala which will\ be delightfully en.ertaining .
I Tnerry-go-round
9:45 contests and the for Starke. There Is a
of her The Bible school meets at a. various rooms were
onvil.e.'wa* a truest last week I both men and women of the club. ; a'vt.
all in festooning of red interspersed Iin town.
Uter, Mrs. L _A. Wynn. m., with classes for ages. gay ,

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CEEDINU3 Matthews | BLIZZAKU IN NOIUHWEST
;4 serial Vehicle Came to Inglorious Em Resigns ( Straw licrricH Received BarWt. .'or I -

nday, February 6, 1923, .thi Saturday Afternoon Weeks to Come I St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 17.-At least
d of county commissioners met it |117 persons lout their lives In tho north
liar session with all members The balloon ascen'sions and parachute Member House Saturday. and. Suiiday were col \\etit us a result of Tuesday's blizzard
ent as' follows: J. M. Brownlee, drops came to a sudden ending,= as daysvllh u tierce northwester! blow and 1 cold spell, according! to figures
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rman, James Reynolds, S. J. Saturday evening:, when the bailout ing, but not cold enough to do any; compiled here today.
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ott, L. H. Hill and H. P. Gain collapsed.The damage. But Sunday night the colli 1 Six perished in Minnesota, threo in, .
had been increased, perceptibly, and Monde\ South In North Dakotan
day windy, prohibi who ; {; Dakota, three
SPECIAL ELECTION TO FILL VACANCY one can be in regular and con-
_[tnutes of last meeting read and ting ascension, until late in the evening WILL PROBABLY BE stant httcndnnce. morning tho ground was white with and live In Saskatchewan province ,
when the air bccama perfect! frost. On pools in shady places 11 Camilla.
ved. ;] ,
CALLED BY GOVERNOR ATN The resignation should have reached -
v be Bradford County Telegraph calm. The balloon was Ailed, the par light crust of ice was found. The vurious II r
EARLY DATE. the governor Thursday afternoon.It .
which achute and Miss tea hue thermometers in Starke indicated Feb. '17. Deaths of at
y j1r .designated as the paper in II arranged: Bin is probable that he will act prompt. Chicago/ -
' blish the notice of tax sale for entered her seat, was straining bud / from 25 to 30 deA'rees-a t'yrrect |: least five persons were attributed to
Bradfordcounty's in the that
Jo. S. Matthews, one of ly matter and within a few
, the cords for the instrument would probably hav the cold that has embraced this
ear 1923. I on and waiting re tliys' wave !
representatives-elect, bus he will call a special election at
sent out leasing of the balloon. Just the shown 28 lll'j/fl''s./; i 1 region' since Wednesday.
at of state pensioners( as as \
i forwarded his resignation to Governor which the electors of the county will
state comptroller was examlnm release was to be effected, the top of the Tho cold was not severe enough to Tha cold still gripped this section\
I Hardee, asking for its immediate ac- Choose Mr. Matthews' successor.
the balloon swelled into a huge blister ceptance.Mr. law provides that a special election injure any of tho vegetables, but early today, tho temperature having

motion R. W. Lloyd was glvLO smoke belched out and It' collapsed Matthews assigns as the reason shall be called to (ill such vacanciesand strawberries and bloom, not protectsby dropped to six degrees above zero after -
the furnace. The bystander! mulching were! dcHtroyed. Th having reached 1(1 above and at
r' LO for temporary relief over ;
? for his resignation illness in his that it shall bo advertised not
; in motion J. G. Williams was rushed forward and stamped out the< family that Is likely to prevent his lea sthnn 15 nor more than 45 ilaya. general\ impression among stfuwherr; leant two more daysof the excessive
. an additional $x.00 for tempoiil' flames that had begun to devour' the regular attendance upon the sessionsof i'hia gvea ample time for the election growers is that it will be three/ week weather was forecast. \
balloon and that the end. before quantity picking can be res um-
.1&relief. was 'I
the House of Representatives, and of a representative before the convening" I
dte of thanks extended to Glen St Whether the rotten structure was: I says that he thinks it is to the best [ of the legislature on April ed. Small quantities of berries will, g"nttle'allh., Feb. 17.Six deaths '
Mary'nursery for palms sent for the unable to sustain the !gas pressure, interests of tha county to elect some Ird.! no doubt, be found in a week or twc in Seattle are attributed to u record
;courtyard. or whether the so6t particles of which i I Smith nf us the cold wave was: nut storm Hint raged from Sunday tiWednesday. >

jjJUjpon motion the following placed it was full, owing to the poor qualIty I HO severe,, though in localities \vher All were men Four men
upon the widows pension fund of gasoline had taken lire, is not' ': THE BIG EVENT OF THE SEASON Kr.ClSTERAGINThe ; / I tender vetyt'tulili's; hud been planted col lapsed while shoveling snow or i

(Mrs. P.,F. Gill $J.OO per month; known. It was probably a lucky acci before, their lime, they were frozei, walking.
Mrs. Alice Rogers, $2.03 per month. dent, as the homespun of which the'''I "BEYOND THE ROCKIES" homo of Mix. Alice Spurktrmn! down. The injury to Irish/ potato I,

?',The following namjd persons were balloon was made, was so wenkenec on Mad 1"lm: street was tho scene of n :I lit Hustings was. very groat. Th.' orange i MULES HA\K: ARRIVED
recommended by the board us county by scorching and stretching till i It I A pretty 1-uct comedy drama will ,petty wedding Moi.d.iy afternoon at : bloom seems! to have escaped unhurt -

I 'dem
1', 'i''R' ,R Thcde, district No. 1. Tile (spectators could recognize this on Wednesday, February 2S", 1U23\ by granddaughter of lit rs. SPIIl'kmnn,1,, Until I the freeze tho outlier hin nmh Motive Power on New hoods
j'JIMr; Alvarez, district No. 2. but by the balloonists, in whom familiarity I local and professional talent, for the I became the brida of Mr. been phenomenally mild l hero Sunday -I -

! J.VW. Andrews, Jr., district No. 3. had bred contempt, this fact benefit of the Woman's Club. This is I Hcgixter.! \( sonic slallN of sweet' corn wen Mensrs.S.! F.. Torodtj and J. W. '
W1T.; McEvcr, district No. 4. was not heeded. a play that has ''stood the test of time I The bride is, ono of SLnrko's most tusaelinff ut L. A. Davis' tenant place! Andrews, fir., who hud gone to St.
A. A. FUftch, district No. G.D.W. Miss Binks had both: her hands bud: and has all the essentials that go to rharminrr young! ladies, a daughter of ami on T. N, Kendrick's! place was i It Louis to buy the) mules necessary in '
Moore, district No. G. ly burned by gasoline, yetttho' (' was in-: make up a first class production. "No W. 'v. Agin, of Tampa und never patch of augur cane still growing. tho construction of the hard roads.
D4W. Andrews, district No. 7. dustrioftsly sewing on a new balloor efforts are being spared to make It'' looked lovelier than on her wedding I through the county, have returned

John Shriver, district No. 8. Saturday. This nervy, modest, pleas i one of the best plays,ever vroduted,in I day She$ in an charming and accomplished VALUAIILK: 1 INVENTION BY home, and Monday night two curlouda
Board adjourned to meet on the ant and industrious little womar Starke. A full set.of special sceneryis woman and admired by all FORMER: STAItKR no\' I of the animals arrived in Starke.

--flrit'Momlay In March, 1923.G. gained many friends while here. The i being painted by Mr. Robert Dem- who know her. Mr. Register is ope I When they wero turned Into the corral -
> W. ALDERMAN, balloonists left Starke Sunday, pre' orest. All necessary electrical effects \ of Sta'rke's best known young busiKeVis Ford L Prescott, u former studen at the depot, the showed no signs;
'' Clerk and Auditor sumnbly for Lake City. are being installed and rehearsals are men, proprietor of the Fireproof of B. II. S., has perfected! and is nov of fatigue'ar Injury after their! long

y going 'ahead In a satisfactory man Garage,t where by bin energy and manufacturing a new' gas Having device I journey. They were as lively aa

'" .1f.!,ryYl') U. VALENTINE: SOCIAL ST. MARK'S CHURCH net1. I ability has worked up a firmly established for Ford cars.! That It Is very; I crickets and began/ playing and rolling
\I :!:;I ,< Theplay is a true story of the business. valuable, was proven on a test rut as soon as liherated.
, .',,\..i''J.'he'young people of the B. Y. P. Service on the second Sunday ir "days of '49." The scenes are laid in I The ceremony was performed by made by Mr. Prescott and his partner The animals/ are all picked, large
, :s: U.enjoyed a Valentine social Tuesday Lent at 7:30 p. m. a mining camp with all characterstrue Rev. L. B. Simpson, pastor of the Prof. M. W. Smith, instructor In und fat and hardly n harness mark

;':;evening the 13th, at the home of Rev. Services on Friday evenings with to life. Thrilling climaxes, a Methodist church, in the presence of mechanics, at the University of Flnr ran bu seen on'any of them. 'No an),
*ndMrs. J. J.' Bu11en, on North WaU'Jaw oMdresses on the Christian Faith. beautiful heart story with good clean only a few relatives\ and friends of Ida, When they made an average of mat In over seven years of age. The

:' *'street.iPKTb Tho name Lent is derived from at comedy. predominating. the contracting parties. Immediatelyafter 3t: miles per VSTTori, "of gasoline/: using bond trustees were lucky in getting
"j'!'.', social committee arranging for old English word meaning Spring antis Cast of Character the ceremony tho young couplo a Ford touring car, carrying drive I, Mr. Andrews, a veteran stock man to
,Jitfc
i |!?IB aes Isabel Bullen, Blanche ..Aldert days spent by our Lord in the desert_ Florence Matthews. ,i,I Florida.v: d Georgia. This was a trip of ,alto) miles, from i The mules were driven to the con-
,it'man!and Eunice Perkins, and to the Traces of its observance have beer Susie Smith, all books and learningMrs. r ," They will be at home to their Gainesville, Flu., to Tifton/ Gu., ant vict ciimp, where they will be usuil,.
t I eonunitU'e is due much praise for the found in writings,; as early as the sec- E. M. Johns. friends at the residence of Mrs. return; only 12 gallons of gasolim for plowing, hauling and pulling machinery
,foUghtf affair. The rooms of the ond century. Mrs. Ruble, mother of Trisa-Mlsa Sparkman on their return. being consumed on tho entire run. on the grade of the hard surfaced -
I dower floor of this pleasant home were Life Is a way and Lent is a rest bj Livingston. I We understand that It. 1>. ,Bowei' I road under building. Much fillin -

decorated with valentines, red hearts, the way. As Christ said to the disciples I Miss" Prim, after a man-Mrs. Minnie MRS. HUGHES ENTERTAINS: will act as local agent and demon ((3: will have to bu done, and I them

i i ete.:and valentines were given as pri- "Come ye apart into a desert Ha vey. I LUCK THIIU'KKN/ CLUB Htrntor for this gas saver.CLKMONSPIMIOLSTHR. Hn I mills lira able to pull the dirt.
:('xes in the games. J. Daugherty and place and rest awhile"" so the church i Judge Lovetoddy, who rules the .-.- Tho road work Is well tinder! way Q
\ !iBs Thelma Sncllgrove won first bids her children to come apart and camp-Robert F. Demorest, Sr. Mrs. Ncllo Hughes delightfully en- :: / / and the arrival of the mules and machinery -
riSe in tho gomes, and to John PoW- rest awhile from the enjoyment of i Hank Jordan, an old Fort -niner- tertained the Luck Thirteen Club on will necessitate a 1 larger force)

l'and Miss Mildred Dubose! the sec- pleasure' In its many forms and rest "Doc" Thursday evening, complimentary to The following marriage notice ii of convicts for ditching, etc., undmore
1 the soul and feed it. It U a time for i the Salvation
William of
'
Hallelujah will be here.
price. Times-Union. men soon
her sister, Mrs. T. W. Oliver, of Syl- taken from the Sunday
devotion I '
d cakiS were served, and the favors for giving up certain things that tend '. Jack Hamlin, witn a. black hearlj\ and its objuct is to play I known people, and the Telegraph I METHODIST: CHURCH THIS EVENING -
0 hearts and arrows.he to draw the heart away from God, for I, D. I": Carpenter. bridge every Thursday evening, the joins their many friends In wishing! ;
B. Y. T. U. is noted fade\ special prayer and selfexamination.But Zonus Grimes, owner 01'"The' dub being entertained by the various them all hiippiness. I
btfui social gathering, and thlIr ,- some one may,ask, Should we Roost"-O. I* Haynes. which /
members. I An event of yesterday in Or Friday evening, Feb. 2:1: at 7:3(1:: (
_ was no exception to the rule. not always strive to do these things? j Nat Weblter, a product of the West 1'our tables ward laid for auction,' much cordial ,interest centers, was the there t will be n special meeting at the
4 Why have a special season? Simply -Bobby Demorest, Jr. and on each table was placed u dish marriage of Miss Manila Lou Pinhol- I Methodist I church in the interest of
I FINE CELERY because it is well to have a special :Miners, prospectors, etc. I of tempting candy. The game result, Ftcr, daughter of 1111'8.V.. H. Pin. I the Sunday< athool work I"+. M. Williamson -
," time marked out for a special work 'I Music by Miss Rosa Lev it on. Theodore Cle- conference superintendent
I't ed in Mrs. Edward Burns receiving holster, to Mr. Clay the"
; rs. A. A. Smith, of Lawtey. sent Every American citizen should be \ Vaudeville numbers between each (Irst prize, a pair of hand-painted mon, of Miami, which was solemnized of Sunday schools, und. Miss Lola hr
Telegraph some samples of tha loyal to his country, but may we not and every act. awarded In the of the superintendent -
,Q4'Jis vases, and to F. L. Turner was at high noon parsonage Lnwler elementary
||V|\teelery that grows in. her,garden. The also have special days for special acts I The Gold Digger Comedy Quartette the gcntlemuns prize, two linen I the Main street Baptist church Jtev.Dr. will 'lie present und speak in behalf Jl
large crisp and fine ot loyalty and remembrance, as the! Demorest, Harvey, Sternberg, S. E. of, the Main school
Mahon
/ stalks were very handkerchiefs. The talleys were attractive -i WJ L. pastor of the standard training
vored. G. M. Inman, our pushing Fourth of July and Thanksgiving Day Rich.Ruth valentines with sweet street Jll&pll"tchurch- oHlciutinu/ I and concerning other mutter of interest -
"J 1 estai: man, pronounced them the So we should also remember special j Sturnberg 4fnd Elisabeth Andrews Lime versus' and the, partners old-I Only a few relatives of tljs( couple to Sunday schools.,
CN est he had ever seen, and had them days and seasons of our Lord's life. dusky bell<'s from Alabama. matched by the verses bean" witnessed the impressive nuptial cer- Every: Methodist is requested, to be
otoirraphed, so that he could showing Good Friday and Easter will\ always I Curtain rises 815: p. m. i iI ed.I mony. I, present and all others interested In

homeseeker. wh Bradford have their great lessons for"us. In Admission, 25 and 60- vents. I At the close of a spirited game the The bride, who was unattended, wo the school and the welfare of their
unty can produce in this lane.elery large cities' where there Is the strenuous -I Tickets now on sale hostess served whipped cream gelatine harming in n three piece triivelinn children .are invited to be present and

grows as well in. Bradford social whirl, people need tits i { topped with strawberries, andante suit of navy blue Poirc-t twill with hear these speakers \Mr. Williamson
't unty as anywhere on earth, but frme ( Lenten rest for physical as well as I BIRTHDAY DINNER FOR COL. W. food cake. I tray blouse, embroidered In contrasting and MUM l.awlor arc devoting their
reason, hard to explain, it is spirited l reasons.< For this reason,,I T. WEEKS I Tha guests were Mr. and Mrs.\ :71. shades. Her that was u chic spring! I whole time t.> the work and have done
dam grown hero We hope that this time !Is often" selected, by various I II. Young Mr. and Mrs. Edward I model in gray find her accessories I NO for years, oval! thusu facts aru sufficient
religious bodies, ,* a season for spa- I Mrs. T. Dell and Mrs. J. 1-:. Wilson -
i praiseworthy example Mrs. Smiths S. Barns: Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Turner, Mr : luiYmonUcd.! Her (lowers\ were u cor- to warrant your coming out to
set will be followed by others, mini deepening of the religious life. of Gainesville, 'gava an elegant and Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mr. und Mrs. J. ago bouquet of brides roses. heur them, evon)if you are not acquainted -
tit l celery will become one of our turkey dinnor Sunday In honor of the C. Robinson, Mr. und Mrs. J. M. Following the ceremony Mr. and I with their work.
iSlar crops. I1AP1IST CHURCH BULLETINDespite t 85th: birthday l 'of their father, Col. W. Mitchell, Miss' Klmu Uobinette.StCCESH !Mrs. demons left immediately in COnl.'I, hey will help you and help .

,i_ the cold weather the congregations T. Weeks. Twenty-four covers were I heir car for Miami, whc.ro. th y'will some child through you or someone. ,
QUiGLEY THE COLLECTOR were luttJSunday' and I laid for this course dinnur'the' guest \ :. OF KADCLIFFK: CHAUTAUQUA make their future home. For the. clue. Let it bu you. '
j 'f' l', Quigley Is an enthusiastic col- with a well heated auditjrium, the being: tho children and grandchildran, : present they will be located at HotelDxford Them will bu preaching Sunday

" tor of antiques and curios, and has Worshippers were comfortable duringthe lof Col. Weeks. Those present were ; until they move into their morning and evening ut the usual
large and valuable collection. 111:1'tast : services. We assure all who fled Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children Over of -Starkes boosters have law home. hours ,
fifty L
acquisition is a ,Colt revolver their way to this place of worshiphat ,'of Urooker; Mr. and Mrs. J. M.I tinned the contract for the Chautau- The bride Is a charming young; wom- There will be Sunday school at 10

,am the early days of the civil war. there will be no discomfort, Brownlee and children, Mr. and Mrs. td be tiKStarke March 12.h, 13th, in, and hat a wide. circle of friends,, a. m. Let all bo present and briny
is tingle action revolver, the cyl- no matter how cold, because of want L. Wall Harold C. Wall, Mr. and 1 i arid il'ja 14th. nhiy will wish her ever? happiness Inner someone with you. t
with of heat. Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. life. Shu has resided In
der being: loaded byhand power While these boosters have assumed married Epworth League meets at 0:15 p.
and ball, and it was tired by the The usual services will be held on Dell and children, of Gainesville; Mr. the financial obligation, the chautau- Facksonville for the past haws years,, m. Subject will be "Prayer.; '
When Sunday next, the pastor, occupyingthe nd Mrs. W. G. Striniffellow and here from; Bradford
cans of a cap put on tubes. I qua's( success as an uplift to the community laving come All are welcome at every service.
:The morning hour of worship baby. I | A
uch a pistol was shot, the aim had pulpit. I the 1)-opuaUn :ounly..
and the soruijn ter:. Th's' family: cathsrJn! was J.l-.t.!: depends upon
is ;
he high to counteract the effect of 11:02: I lof the citizens. Every man, woman, Mr. demons, who Is likewise from CONCERT 1O UK GIVEN MARCH a
which will be "Crutches and Capacity. sal. In every particular, and Col. resided In Jacksonville
e blow of the heavy hammer I I boy and girl should have a part in it, Bradford county, \ -
the muzzle. B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:30: p. m., followed Week's family and friends wish for far several years, but for the
nded to depress I und there Is something for everyone Music lovers are looking forward
forebear of this reolver by worship at 730.,: Dr. Bullen him many happy return of his birth- two has made his home in
He has also the t try( do, so don't wait to be asked, but past years with much interest to a charming and
the cylinder; of which must be will present the second sermon in the day. v 1ENJOYABLE offer your serrtces. Miami, where hu is manager for the artistic program which will bu an

rned by hand. Both weapons aren series on "Five Fires "the topic being Meanwhile, talk it up. It's your Miami branch of the J. II. Walsh Tire event of the evening of March 6th, In
"Salted With Fire. This U a AFFAIR AT THE has host of friends
Ha
good condition.; :ihautauqu Company.; a the auditorium of the club house.
Another curiosity is the model of a Scriptural passage; that has perplexedmany MANSE who will extend congratulations. Prof. Pryor of the Pryor Vocal ,i

alifax clipper ship, in the Inside of readers and lovers of the ,Bible, with the national color Studio, of Jacksonville, has been for -
to be nothing in com- A most enjoyable evening was spentat
for there
is how tt seems
bottle, and a great puzzle Delicious Ice cream and cake were OYSTER SUPPER TONIGHTThe the past several weeks rehearsing:
of the
salt and the when members '
the two things, manse
between
auld be together from the out- mon of Starke's bast musical
put served near the close of the evening: with some
how'to-salt thing Presbyterian congregation were entertained
ide. There are also a tug boat and a lire We know a with the 'Misses Livingstonand nnd each one carried away a tiny silk men of Starke, much pleaedwith talent, preparatory for this concert.
by f
salt thing
ighthouse? This curio must be atea.t with"salt, but to a of of them theVoman's Prof. Pryor who U a soloist of
Davis /flag as a reminder an evening the supper'given by ,
lire that lathe puzzU. This will bean Uglow, and Mesdames ,
:
fifty years'old, as the clippers wishedo will on this
wide
and many will Young, Stump and ,Hedge rare good. pleasure. Club some time ago, popularity appear
t the half ago. Interestingstudy, 1 In addition to the choruses
a
seas century made reciprocate, and will give the laI program.
doubt be anxious to share la It. The patriotic Idea was. the
no friends and visitors. motif throughout the evening In the I This week has been "nickel weefDr \" I lee of the club an oyster supper to- plans are being made for a number of
Miss Mamie Yinholster of Jacknvilte Bring your ). The will ba specials which will be delightfully en.
week of her The Bible school meets at 9:45: a. various contests, and the rooms were II Starke. There la a merry-go-round r light (Friday supper b+,
; guest last of the club.
was a for both men and women tertaining.
town.
of red Interspersed in
In festooning
all
for
star. Mrs. 1..A.. Wynn. m., with classes ages. gay

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1 '' -- of a new era of law and order in the to the family of children to be cared Ihermore threatens a state of war moves are interpreted as Indicationhat powerful she surrenders. Germany ,II :!

';'\ W .C. T. U. COLUMN state of Pennsylvania. The new chief for, so that the society is absolutely unles her former enemy capitulates Premier Poincare is preparing branded as a quitter before the en ire 1t

f "t"' executive devoted lIell rlyll one-fourth compelled to secure homes for the soon. :or an eventuality.Some world. Insolent, arrogant, pitiless ,.
,: w.,: ; 13 THE PKOIMUITIOJNL I LAW TO of his uclrtress to prohibiton and law children on hand in order that room 1S here Germany; ; Starn! observers predict that before victory, but servile in defeat.

.sti, 'I'1 I / HE BETTER; ENMmCEII! IN 1923 enforcement. Us said in part: I' can bo provided for tho new children On the German side the bi<; thing confessing failure Poincaro will throw -_ i 4
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i "Power and responsibility fir enforcing I coming in. has been the spirit of national unity all pretense aside and will proclaim a TIIEKESSAThercssa

\ 'I'I', Strong Utterances of Governor and the, Volvteud law rest in the An appeal is especially made for aroused by the French nv>\'' Sentiment "separation" program-tha setting up
,I, I J.:,,., Personal Statements So Indicate 1 I nation and also in the state. Under boys and girls from six years!! old up has never been so itrunu1)/!:) of the Rhineland, the Ruhr and pos- Feb. 23.-Mrs.\ GcirK' / ,
,I ho I eighteenth amendment the two to twelve and fourteen years of age( h nd the Berlin government PI nee the sibly part of Bavaria as a separate Adams and children loft Monday f

t r : No Conic-Hack of ;Liquor;: in Oregon have concurrent jurisdiction. Both world war began. The passive( \policy state, apart from Germany. Such a their home in Macon, Ga., after via. I
rd '. | are at fault fur tho intolerable situation -I chil-dren i has been more suiaessful, siuiiist the I course would upset Europe generally fag relatives here. t
I .t "Prohibition has had a most beneficial which confront use ones. French than the government even anticipated. the new state would have to be sup- Arthur Moorer\ Charlie Owslcy ,"
,1, effect! in Oregon" writes the lion : "1 regard 'the present flagrant failure The home society is anxious, too to .. It hat made France suffer I ported by French arms continuouslyand James Triest were visitors to 1I1t"1f;
,' Walter M. Pierce, the newly elected to enforce tho Volstead law as u find homes for several pairs of brothers an economic pinch through stopping seeds of future war would be I ton Saturday.Mr. .

governor of Oregon. "There 1 Is some blot on tho rood name of Pennsylvania and sillt..rs. and for trios and'luart'Lte reparation rayments. sown. and Mrs. D. J. Phillips and ,.'"u
\ consumed
''. liquor manufactured and and the United States. If allowedto of children whom the society German i i idustrics, however, are also 1 Determined to Staydetermine dren arrived here Sunday from sun',,.
{; 2 ;. t .. but U is small in comparison with they continue it will amount to a serious i Is' very anxious not to separate. feeling tie' '; pinch with all coal ship That France is t! to "see 1-lorida; where they spent seder ,
had
amount consumed before we pro cluCrgc/ against the fitness of our I There are two pairs of twin girls, ments cut off. German commerce hat it through" is indicated by the increasing months !

'i.,t I"'y' hibition. The younger generation! Ugetting people. for genuine self-government. I each pair being ten years of age. The slumped amt,1 the fqod situation is becoming "I drastic regulations she is enforcing The friends of C. Sulhvai, 4
from the habit. The many
i 1) away share in the belief that no determined Home Society never separates twins mote and more acute.Her net ,j in the occupied area. Members to learn that he
w saloon can never coma buck in will be pleased i 1M
4 open concerted effort enforce the law has under any condition and earnestly work of railways and canals are in of the German. government have '
ff// ',, ,;: Oregon, If the legislature! will have provide I! yet been made, und I propose not onlyto hopes that two good homes can be the hands of the French and the Ruhris been! forbidden to enter the Ruhr, and resting easily after undergoing at Starki-.11'<
< for appendicitis
with the funds that I operation
>+ me press. with all my power for the found for these twins at an early completely isolated so far as Ger- I: a deadly blow has been struck at
) asked one-half of the fines I Dr. Middleton.Mr. .
namely jy
abolition of the saloon but also to; is concerned. German industry by the order forbidding -
a4'' ,{;' collected I will clean up this state. I make sure that the governmnet of the I date.All the society asks of families to many France, Too, is Hit I the exportation of products from Benton has charge of a tw.
I In' favor of the national prohibi school here.
t'' am state takes its full' and effective partin ', offer their homes to these homeless The reverse side of the ledger for the Ruhr Valley into unoccupied por- weeks singing
\ r' Hon law. i' such an etrurt"Pennsylvania I I children is that they be of good char ( France shows that before she began tons\ of Germany. The death penalty Mrs.! Sam Swindel has returned at ,
must either control acter and financially able to provide the invasion she was receiving weekly for all acts of sabotage has also tir visiting her sister Mrs. Joe Jolm,
p, Colorado's Governor; Strong For Enforcement ,, the criminals who are openly breaking a reasonably comfortable home and ;'i In reparations\ virtually all the coal been decreed. in Starke.

'. the law or be controlled by them. education. Applications should be ,I she needed. Likewise she was getting i The town of Gelsenkirchen was fined Miss Eloise Owsley was uhopplm,:

r I "One of the primary obligations oft With flU good citizens I believe that sent directly to Marcus' C. J agg, the ;: huge lumber shipments, certain 100,000,000 marks as a result of a :n Hampton Thursday.
:" the state is thu enforcement of law, this commonwealth is greater! and state superintendent, 428' St. James ,, dyestuffs quotas, and building materials collision between French soldiers and William Hall is visiting his sister
)P as well as the maintenance of order more powerful than any band of lawbreakers Bldg., Jacksonville Fla. for the reconstructed areas, as German police in which considerable near Earleton.
r'n- ( and no subtle argument about the wlmtoHevcr, and I intend to well at potash or fertilizer shipments firing was engaged in. The burgomaster Miss Ida lagan visited relatives in
(w + right of the individual or the unwis act on that belief. ECONOMIC BATTLE IN RUHR for the French farms. chief of police and a policeman Palatka one day last week.
Yk \ '' dom of the passage of the constitutional "Tho breakdown of law enforcement TO GO TO TilE BEST "WAITER" All of these payments were totally believed to have been engaged in the O. D. Moorer of Jacksonville, i>>
t amendment can justify the is proof enough, if other proof stopped when the Kuhr was invaded. affair, were arrested by tho French visiting at the home of his brother.
I breaking of the prohibiton laws" says were lucking that Pennsylvania' Is in France to go the Limit in Forcing Even! the coal France is now miningin officials. in.| E. Moorer.

Governor Hale !Smith:; of Colordo, in need of new political righteousneslI'I'I Uf.'IarataymentH the Ruhr is only a fraction something "Just one month ago I gave orders i Mrs Ruby Gaines has returned ter
,. his inaugural address. "It is not so Tho responsibility lies. : ... like one-twentieth of what/ she' to my troops to enter the Ruhr and her home after closing her school ui
a strange after all Hint it has been discovered the door of tho politicians. It lies\ also I Settling down for a long economic was getting before the invasion pol- never until Germany makes adequate Bradford. *

impossible to make prohibition at tho door of the people who for battle, with neither side holding any icy was udopted. The big iron mills settlement for the frightful wrongs
effective at once. The nation years have tolerated in their public pronounced advantage at the pres..nttime ..__ _.._ .. _
I in the Lorraine have slowed up as a and! damage's inflicted upon my coun- I
,;'.. could not pus,\ immediately from a servants standards of conduct known France and Germany each de.I I result.Her army in Germany is an expensive try will I order them to withdraw," the Commonett GcnerorltSonie ;
,'I; e jiacllist attitude to U war footing. Disrespect to bo indefensible, and under which I dare its hope of being the ultimate i iI proposition, and it will take said Gen. Pegoutte tha French commander men are nut ouly engeV i '.
+ and defiance of l Uw were in- i no private business could survive. The I victor in the war of endurance now months for France to regain what she in the occupied territory. tie d-Nll his due but they tn'd l r ;-r i
h ; evitable, but In limo this law will bo people have suffered the common- being staged over the French invasion has lost in ay economic and financial "Kamernd" in Vain"I adding! u Cut bonus It U tits 1.014 f
a much more widely respected and observed wealth to be badly served. This is of the Ruhr to compel reparation pay I manner. solemnly warn Germany that if who usually liuds collections poor.-

;, 'I i especially when a new generation the essential evil, and here must be ments. The French are said to be The resistance of the Germans, a single one of my soldiers is harmed I Houston Pont. *
ti J !i.q 'I' 4 has arisen which has not known the fundamental change." willing to go even to the extent of declaring !) adopted in a non-co-operationist move und! she forces another battle on ua, I -

1 r f tho use of liquor. Doubtless a certain war on Germany in order to j j ment has been a great surprise to she will not stay our hand by crying! .
ii I., amount of bootlegging will always South C'arolinuM\ Governor: Will Aid force the Germans to live up to the France;' as indicated by the fact that 'knmcrud.' It will be a fight to the
prevail just as there will never be a Knforccmeift' Versailles treaty. : first tinish knockout Gen. De- ta4sav i
only 20,000 troops were at a complete To dose a '
; \ I time when the traffic laws wil not be Calling attention to his! campaign I How long the present situation can thought necessary. Now France" has goutte continued. tti

"t'\ ,. violated. The attempt to regftlate the pledge for'strict enforcement of the continue without one side <(fr tho other more than 75,000 soldiers in the Ruhr "Right and-might are ours and we MENTHOLATUM ..
)' : liquor traffic long since proved a fuilI' prohibiton law, Governor Thomas G.Me i cracking under the strain is a matter ;I and Rhineland. and is sending more will win. We occupied the Ruhr with .
f / .. are and those who advocate this attempt \! Lead in his inaugural address reiterated of conjecture. Observers in Washington daily. French engineers have been out shedding a drop of blood. We comforts anti t.cals.y ,
I by repealing or changing the his intention to do all in his I. believe that the desperate deadlock .I sent' to Germany by the hundreds in have allowed the population full lib- ,
t., \.1 i present law cannot point to experience to nee that the law is enforced/ cannot last than three' ---.;
power more effort
'I II an to bring back tull normal the erty. We are not crushing the country i.'i\---
t I' :; as proof of the soundness of tha He expressed the belief that the very months without a smash. The only rail situation. under requisitions. But we wantto
I argument. The governors of the different large majority of the people of South possible way out to be seen is in mediation The political aspects of the strug- get paid, and c-shall be paid. The 1"10'Vormf' In oS iic<.>...> .',
: litotes ... troubled) with tV" I.. "
e I share with tho president Carolina favor prohibition. offered by either the United 'I.
t "' gle must not be overlooked. The Germans may sneer, but we can stand sahyeukor/ watch Imllcatub purr b)
I concurrent authority to enforce the States or Great Britain or Jointly. I'oincare' government must establisha an idle Ruhr longer than they can. >01 k. ti I i3 inure jrlens I gtoimicF.OV ..
s i i'I 7 t eighteenth amendment. President Iowa Governor Asserts Uon/e in the and the time for such action is not r, . steady flow of coal and other repa- "Germany will never fight unless ., ivwlw wll' "
[ ly 'T wi. :Shred"
I I Harding recently uttered burning't Abomination of Abominations! yet considered opportune. ration from the Ruhr or else the Po- she is stronger or believes she Is I uti," votlifuUitofttlon.Rucluutatia, :< .,
t \ words about the violation of this law, Thu liquor business must be stamped Advantages for France incare cabinet will face certain over- stronger than her adversary. The oning'I.mlatoihewholaeysbnt..wb. l li < .
j' and I that Colorado because it strikes at the moral i lin w o II v dlfDttl the wornia" ,..uhi
will stand
hope out
1 France has to the credit side of the throw. The new French military moment she feels an opponent is more B'>rf e .
\ ;, shoulder to shoulder with the national fibre of the nation. The liquor Industry ledger these factors: Its armies now
4 government in attempting strictly to has no affection for home it completely dominate more than 33 per I .

I \ enforce prohibition." has no tolerance for the church. It of Is cent of the industrial output of'Ger .J't'Wl-; .:.. :"" :.:": "::: :. ;-'ot;'' ;.2.I'ltlr.: : : :: J 'ji'l' .. :.:'::' :: ::::'" ,:::',:" ,,!:, ". _..;:."::", ,.: .".: ,: :- .,.....;: ;
the ally of sin and I the accomplice many; they are planted in positions
at Nobody Need Fear that Maine Willl' crime. It is the evil of all evils the that cannot be contested. The French
Ever: Go; Hack abomination of all abominations, and' have stopped not only all coal shipments

: l' The governor of Maine Hon. Per- the infamy of all infamies. I into unoccupied Germany but COMMERCIAL JOB
viva! Baxter writes as follows: I have never been partisan of William all mineral metal and fabricated
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The people of the state of Maine believe Jennings Bryan. On several occasions -j manufactures as well.If .
y "''" in prohibition. Any public offl I have asserted myself as 1 France can withstand the financial -

vial who advocated u change\ would strongly as I could to defeat him. But pressure at home she can leave PRINTING
.. noon be relegated to private life. I he has redeemed many of his fallacious -I her troops in Germany indefinitely,
": G! consider the national prohibition law ideas in his! untiring fight to I I us virtually destroying the unity of
d 4, one of the finest and most desirable' pulverize the rum truffle and I regard tho old German empire. Franco is

{ i pieces of legislation. ever passed. The him as one of the greatest moral I I I looking to the hunger program to 1

7 ". enforcement of the prohibitory law in forces the country has ever produced. bring Germany to her knees and fur- .
f' ; Maine is largely in the hands of local I have been governor of Iowa for j,

ofllciuls and conditions, though not two years and I am ready to say that SERMON SERIES IN BAPTIST
y// \ perfect are good. I am constantly nine out of every ten crimes that have CHURCH
impressing upon sheriffs and other officials come to my knowledge have been -
'i'\. the fact that it is for them to committed by men who were intoxicated The Five Fires .' .
v Feb. 25'SalCed With Fire.
.' i 1 J.' enforce the law and only in rare Instances by liquor and fortified by fire- Mar. -I-Saved by Fire. CARDS
.4h ''W --: should call
r we upon Federal arms. A Mar. 11-Christ Flinging( Fire.
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ytw "
+ authorities. POSTERS .
Mar. 18-The Devouring Fire. J .
; I YOU need have no fear that the CHILDREN WANT HOMES: .

\. state of Maine will go back upon the FOR INCOME TAXPAYERS ENVELOPES '
rK, I' a' principle _for which it has stood for Who will provide a good home for

,' 1 more than sixty years. one or more of tho homeless or or The commisisoner of internal revenue BILL HEADS I

r phan boys or girls under the care of under the authority of Section '
j Pennsylvania Shall lie Dry, Declares the Children's Home Society of FlorIda 227 of the revenue act of 1921, has NOTE HEADS ...

i New Chief Executive ? granted a general extension of timeto .' WINDOW CARDS
1' ; '.I This administration will be dry. The receiving homes of the Chil- domestic corporations; up to and '. .
,14 The executive mansion will be dry 'Iren's Homo Society at Jacksonville including June 15, 1923, for completing '- SHIPPING TAGS
l and, the personal practice of the gov- and Pensacola are filled to overflowing returns of income for the calendar -'

ernor and bin. family will continue to with boys and gills of all ages year 1922 the fiscal year ended HEADS
he dry In conformity to the spirit and from tiny babies on up to fourteen January 31, 1023, and tho fiscal year LETTER
r"" !' letter of the eighteenth amendment. I years of age and each day is adding ending February 28, 1923, conditionalupon I

r, : shall expect and demand from every the filing of tentative returns I 1I t.
''i public official appointed! by me, or ASPIRINSay with the proper collector of internal

[JitLI' subject' to removal by me, from the revenue on or before March 13, April .... .
+' highest to the lowest entire and ungrudging 1G, and May 15, 1923, respectively ac-

,, i obedience to the eighteenth "Bayer" and Insist! companied with at least onefourthof "
rf'u r Amendment and! the Volstead law. the estimated amount of tax due ,
c ; They are a part of the law of thond. together with a statement setting
"Our Work is the Best"
d '- forth tha'reason why the return can- s

.i r M. The utterance of these words with a) not be completed within the prescribed -

staccato firmness, by Governor Gif- time, and a formal request for the
ry ford Pinchot on the occasion of his 7 extension. < .
aJ inauguration marked. the beginning Tentative returns submitted in accordance r
with the foregoing should
i' be on.Form 1120 on which should be I
WHAT IT MEANS
z written plainly across the face "Ten-I '
II' s tative Return." Only the name and f

? TO BE -RUN DOWN" address of the taxpayer and the estimated ,

amount, if any, of the tax .
DOWN" ruling 1 Is> a dan '
q A"RUN If you neglect!: It, duo need be stated. BRADFORDCOUNTY '
you are leaving the dour wide Any deficiency in the first Install-
d open to dangerous disease I v III mt the name "Buyer" onIvickiii' ment as determined upon submission .
'K, BUild yourself utr health and I : .n i .>n tablets' you are not get of the final return will} bear interestat
strength with Dudes I\> : Ian ,, I
pto-\
-ln. tin;; i iiniiuo" llnyer' product prenoriliil -
It will purify and-enrich your blood> i I. |Iiyictnna over twenty-two the rate of six per cent per annum I ,
r tone up your nervous system, and help years! Mull provnl safe by and'.ions foroil. from March 15, April 16V' May 15, .
a you eat well, sleep well and feel well. .. 1923 respectively. -
( \ TJ'alIcbot
Gude's PcptoMangiin id a time-tried D. T. GEROW I
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To..th'Io Lumbago ,
tonic .
recommended by physicians for t
over 30 years. At your druggist t Knniel'H" UlirnmatmraNi'inal Collector of Internal Revenue. TELEGRAPH
: tablets nk Pain, Pain.
a liquid or as you prefer. 1
I Accept. "llnver. Tablet. of ,'''plrin''
Gude.speptoMangan only. Knch iinhrokcn, piu-'Unjut) (contain
proper dint, tliui*. Ilandv boxes of r666 I STARKE. FLORIDAI
I II twelve\ tablets goat few (-ents. UnitgiitU ;;-
( nUi aril ",ltl,-" of 24 and Ui) ,
1 I. a Prescription for Colds Fever and
I Aspirin lit. the trade" mark of BuyerMnniifnetiirn
Tonic and Blood Enricher of &Iouoacetioacldo! of LaGrippe.' It's the most speedy remedy "
SIL.tI..ylicaclJ. we know preventing Pneumonia. .. ".:

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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE HIREfliraimt&f.vfjnfflmjDmfmgiutotDtgtatuaMitttttiiCu

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p W ]: > >S { :)' : /gun, Leslie Futch, Heibert Durden, Lake City Friday. J. H. hitch, of Starke, was----a vltil--.

News of Florida in Short Brevard llnywood, Edwin Whueler, The cold wavo hero las Saturday Inc hero one day of! last nook
Paragraphs <
... ..... Kiivlo.Urnnnen, Vestii Wheeler, Ed- and Sunday killed nil young penohesand F. E. Golden, prominent Jackson
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t. t kh '* *m'.tf tpfW.Mr-<> xmiMMWSPM tf <.KMf>S. AU1 h, inKin :, :Marvin Williums. They all truck: that
a .w was! up, Alan the orange '- \ illl.' man, was a visitor to our town
I Ii report u very pleasant time. ; trees in bloom were badly hurt. Monday.

fL Live State News ; II i I A. A. Durden I and daughter, Hilda, Monday morning, pumps were frozen I R, 1' Osteen, our well known Muck ,

I were" \isitnrs to Slnrke Friday: and flower devotees found! their muchtreasured smith, has his new shop completedand I
/ .WaMMntl/MIpYYYWeW WYAWPSttunWM14 l !Miss Mauna: Johnson who
him beenin
plants] froZl'n.UWKElt. moved in :Monday Mr Oxtoeo.
Told by Our Exchanges. Lawtey fur several week, visited hits
been
a resident of our town for
I her parents hero Saturday and sun-I !1 several years and, during this time his,
w 15iA@QIIQC1CtNID@080t06T4v" ClpThe <."... day
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-- | iiiiu has been to servo tho public sat
special grand jury which has the United States to horsewhip all Mrs W. E Allgood and daughters Brooker, Feb 23.-I. W. Pinholater :iisfnctorily.( .

ben investigating the race clash at the women, Frank Kolcppe went on a Gladys, Gertrude and Blanche; left spent 1 Saturday transacting! business ,i Miss Geneva Hurrcll, of Bradford.

lioKewood early in January, reportedto rampage in Orlando, armed with a RGLEY'Sp Saturday for Virginia. i in Jacksonville.The | \t nil in town Friday
Judge R. V. Long, in circuit court heavy rawhide whip attacked a crowdof Dr. Middleton, of Starkc was ai! Lucian
families of G. i i and Ralph Hazen: of HighSprings
B. Colson
i that it had been unable to find evidence ladies at the Atlantic Coast Line professional visitor here this week. C. demons .11I.1 J. spent lout week end herewith
; that was sufficient to base an depot and severely bruised several on Mr. and Mrs.' S. M. Simmons, of are spending the week o>i homefolks.

j indictment': on.. The report, however, the shoulders and aims before he was and give your Waldo, are the guests of her parents, n Mr fishing and trip Mrs.[ in R.Dixie T. Ostcon county. I C. G. Stephenson, of Gainesville,

[ deplored ackiorNof the mob. Judge knocked to the ground and ..disarmed.He stomach a Hit. Mr. and Mrs. P. U. Hunt. .I week-end with relatives spent tho I was u visitor to cur town Sttturdny,
I at Graham.D. .
1 i Long received the report without any was immediately placed in the Or- JUissoH May, Evelyn anlInrion! Inllt.r .

|'.omment and discharged the body, ange county jail and a lunacy warrant Ii i: ;;;, Provides tbe bit olweet" Jones, who have spent a year with |I transacting. F. Connerly business, of Cooler hero lust Pond, was r Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews, of Bradford

4 -which has been in session since Mon secured and at the proper time ho will ti In 60..ofi. their aunts in Philadelphia] returned I Thurs- I I were visitors hero Saturday nftrrnoon. -

:day. Two white men and six,negroes be sent to the state insane asylum. iortn. to their home here last Sunday. They I I: day.Mr.. and Mrs.[ : Marion '
Osteen
of
|,were killed in the clash. I were met in Jacksonville by their I ,
cleanse
Helps to
I I father, J. V. Jones, who accompaniedthem Alnchua, spent Sunday here with the i.
I B. E. Sansbury, 43, of Gardenvillc, the teeth and keep horn hitter's mother, Mjrs. Emily Abbott. I"C'\I'T." STEVENS l IN CUSTODY .

The public schools in Escumbia was attacked by a bull and gored to M;;, Q them healthy.the Mrs. H. F.< Chegner is spending 81]|| \Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and! children : .(" ; SCUOOI/, CHILDREN 's

"county will run throughout the full death early Thursday morning. One week with friends nnd relatives in spent Sunday with relatives! in
term and it will not be necessary to of tho bull's horns pierced Sansbury's Jacksonville.Mr. Gainesville.Rev I A "Captain Stevens" was arrested J

raise money by public subscription. heart and death resulted within an Collins of Luke Geneva Parker, of Georgia, will fill in Bartow. lust week after ho had 11I11- )
was o I
,|The necessary funds were paid over hour. head. business visitor here Tuesday. I his regular appointment hero next dressed the pupils of Summerlin Institute -

fio the county by ,the trustees of the Cecil Moore, of Thervsmi, attended (' Saturday and Sunday at the Freo' : and taken u collection for the
estate of Henry M. Flagler, deceased, After sojourning: in Tampa only n Will Baptist church. i "))lsllhl.1 Veterans/ Relief Society. a
J. II. Mixon, who it is claimed, was church here Sunday evening.!
fas the result of suits, wherein the few hours, during which time they secured I I Messrs. M. P. Matheny and A. A. Kvtdonre: ( I showed, it is said!, that the
shot by his son, Owen Mixon, late Rev A. S. Jones filled his regular! ,
"?tate of Florida and Escambia county accommodations tit one of the llazen spent Monday attending! to so-ciilleil society is Irresponsible and
Saturday afternoon at Eddy, on the appointment here Sunday morning
sued the trustees to recover taxes city's most up to date hotels, four alleged business! in Starke. that the "captain" is a plain grnftor.
Baker and evening.
county and Georgia line, died
:for the years 1920 and 11)21, aSliesse.1.against nationally known "/oI'entlempn"crooks 'I N. T. Hitch, of.Starke, was transacting Ito\ was held in the Lakeland jail
Monday night of his wounda. Mixoriwas ; Mrs. L. V. Geiger, of Brownsville\ i
!| W. A. Blpunt in his lifetime were corraled by a Pinkerton business here Saturday afternoon pending further. Investigation by the '
shot in tha thigh with a vhargo of who has been the !guest of her mother -
" because of his residence in Escambi.i Ib I detective connected with the office oi state and federal authorities. ,
;".+' ((county, he being one of the three trus- the sheriff, and were lodged/ fn tho 11. P. Gainey and C.: J. Shaw wee
.. weeks
JUDC& Iclow thj hip. Owl, c t h's.tae' I returned to her home Mon:
J tecs! of the estate of 1'lagler. The he unable to '' county jail. They wero held until fin- day. e visitors to Starke Friday. "Captain" Stevens appeared at the
was
recover lrn .c (amount paid to the state and county ger prints and 1 other identification I. ,V'. Pinholster! mid G. M. Bevlllo Plant City High School recently, mid 1,
the wound. Frank Mixon, 23, son of 111'llul Mrs J. II. Saxon returnedto !
[this morning aggregated $S8OJU.08, marks could be taken by Bertilion officer were victors to Gainesville Monday according. / to u lengthy article in lust
J. H. Mixon, who wag also shot at the their home here Monday, after a"
[of which sum $20,191.08 went to the Vogue of the police department, afternoon week's Spokesman, he made 11\ ournest -
time through the left lung with buck- visit wilh1: I'M.' Salon's sister, Mrs
[tate, and $61,908.08!) / went to the and arrangements made for their deportation i C. A. ]Marks' of Tunipn spent several an appeal that the children. !gave
shot, is not expected to l live Owen W. H, Griffin of Webster
out of the state. days of last him nil their perhaps,
[county. week hero with I mUlhly-mun
I ;Mixon, charged with the shooting, is W. P. Dirt, of Louise, was shopping -
II friends going without their noon-lime! lunch,
only 19 of and looks hero Friday.
years age even I
I I I D. W. of in order to pile the coin for this
Louis Schuman of Rochester, N. Y., .vounyer. lIe does not seem to realise Scott Hamson, merchant of Camp- -- I Kelly, New River, was in up
FBI' tourist, was killed at Palm Beach the seriousness! of the situation and vine, win accidentally shot and killed town Thursday. rascal.
f-whcn: he stepped from behind automobiles 1-mintUns emphatically that he fired by U. M. Tillman, representative of PROVIDENCE\ 1 D. W. lIu7. n and daughter, Eunice, \Many believe that our public schools
I were''visitors. to tnrko should! 1)0 1 closed to all solicitors, no
V Alachua county, according to word received Tuesday.
[ parked on the Ocean boulevardInto the shots in defense of his life. Ifs
In Gainesville. The wen wero Providence, Feb.! 23Mr. and Mrs Dr. J. 1\[. Mann) of Luke Butler, matter this cllui< .-Plant City Courier.
the of
path a heavy touring care states that the parties concerned wero
F. B. Osteen went to Jacksonville on
made call hero .
which struck him and inflicted inJuries (h''llltII'! and that soma remark wasmade l I on a hunting trip near Campville, Saturday and returned Sunday. Mr. a Monday.

from which he died in a hospital that offended him, and that following when Mr. Tillman's gun was discharged Osteen went for medical treatment.
fan hour later. this, drawn and he in some unaccountable manner, the
guns were Mr. and Mrs. Martin of Mikesville
I ,I
__ grabbed up a shotgun and fired. entire charge entering Hemson's leg. were stopping here Saturday afternoon HAROLD HUMEPrmiiUnt Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON..
The injured man was carried to Vinp..id.nt SM. Tnu.
The lifeless of Will while their to Raifnrd. I
body Thompson I on way
Campville but died two hours later
;x, [negro, of Live Oak, was accidentally) I Little nine-year-old Gladys Kennedy from loss of blood. \Mr. Williams, of Columbia City, Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers PoultrySupplies

found by a negro boy while plowing of Lake Wales, was run over by an was here Friday butchering for the Honest Goods Fair Prices .
tin old field short distance northwest automobile market in Lake
an a Saturday night and her City.
Leon Johnson, 13 of Crystal Springswas
I of the city and near the city him. chest so badly crushed that the child bitten on the wrist a few days Mrs. Resale Smith, of Lake City, Prompt Shipment

I Its. lIe had been absent since Friday died within twenty minutes. The ago by a cat that was afterwards discovered spent the week-end with her parents, Ask your nei.hbor.-H. know

f of last week but as it is not unusual child ran from behind an automobileinto to have hydrophobia, and he Mr. and \Mrs. Sam Summers. j Cat New Fall prica li.t Before BuyingE.

I [for a negro to \skip, out, little was the middle of the street and eye ,I !is \Mr. and Mrs B. M. Dowling returned
treatments at
now taking daily
0. Paiiiter Jacksonville Fla
i thought of his absence by his employ- witnesses and a coroner's jury that Plant City for the prevention of ra- Monday from \Madison after a Fertilizer Co, .

l ers. Sheriff Lyle was promptly notified > heard the case held that no blame was bies by the, Pasteur method.W. short visit with Mr. and .-c. Jno. I
'j' and with Judge Dickert the body 1 attached to anyone. It was an una Agnew. Annlo Barbara,'their daughter .
viewed. An inquest being found voidable who had the week with her :
(;"Was': accident. EX Lewis a farmer indicted on spent l
n ecessary, a jury was summoned and\ grandparents, accompanied them ,
Monday for the murder of his son-in-
lihis morning reached the decision the :;: home. I .j
Dr. T. S. Anderson killed one of his law, killed himself in jail at Bonifay /
['death of the deceased was produced spotted Poland China hogs out at his by slashing his throat with a razor. o. L. Duke<\t, and son, Rogers: made I

from gun or pistol shot wounds, and stock farm near Live Oak that tipped He had obtained the razor with which a business trip to High: Springs last'' ecoralsalr'.ourusrw.y.&v

I 1 i negro, Aaron Chaney, is held in jail the scales at 700 pounds; the hams to shave himself. Friday, having carried butter, pecansto

t without bail charged with the crime. weighing seventy pounds each. It is market. II

\",, Ia 1 fine breed of hogs that attain that I Nearly 1,800 quarts of 7 per cent \Mrs. W. P. Smith spent the weekend | IIJI
i1 1
Juan Ferlita, of Tampa, said by fire weight and cost Dr Anderson no more I grape wine valued at $1 per quart, with her son, Wilbur, who attended

"department and police officials to have to raise this hog that it would have I were seized, Saturday night by county the eehoolIn Jacksonville i'

\\been responsible for at least 29( ihr cost him to raise a scrub. officers at Frank Lasco's farm near The following/ from here attended i

,?'eendiary fires in this city in the past, I II Dnynrd Sheriff Merritt made known tho "pound party" given nt the homo JI

|was arrested shortly before 3 o'clock Silas Franklin, white, 18, died at'' yesterday. Frank Lasco was arrest of Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. Williams, near LOWEST

v uesday morning when he is said to I Tallahassee as a result of injuries received ed on charges of violating the nation i Riverside in honor of thnir'' laughter/

ve emerged from the back door of when a freight/ train on the S. nl prohibition laws and his young son !Miss l.ula. it.. .

. thu Iris Cafe, a few minutes after the I A. L. struck the truck which he was: Francis, was placed under arrest on Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar: Summers,, Myrtle .

! vooden building had burst into (lames driving at the crossing near the city' charges of interfering with an officer. Clark, Sam Gay, Drew Summers, '

'Y Ferlita: charged with incendiarism, i Iii gas plant. Both are in the county jail. Right: |j Leonard Colson, Fate Rogers, Dewey PRiCES '
I 1 and Ed Fralick Olin Clyatt Mrs. Lee I'
l eing held, pending an investigation barrels containing 400 gallons of wino I i .
y r the blaze that half destroyed the According to an estimate made by and another barrel half empty, were i, Rogers' and daughter: / Miss Alta. A ,

wilding..art I AI Branning, one of the best posted seized by the offic I'". It was foundin nice time was reported.
nursery men in the Lake Wales section an outhouse where Lasco keeps his Mr. and MM Joe Harden left for In the History of the i iI

. Sip Bryant, negro, was shot and f fully 1,200,000 citrus trees have' supply] the sheriff stated.! Dundee last Saturday after n brief

, killed at Waldo early Sunday night | been planted along the ridge this visit with his parents. I
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i by a deputized citizen. Bryant was j son. No big planting, like that V IIUlI'TOlllHampton Johnnie Ward was a visitor over to Ford Motor Company

hot when officers entered his horns: :, Templetown a year ago/! when more Worthington: Springs Friday evcnin-r.; j I "

In search of another negro wanted fort than 100,000 trees wero put out in I Feb." 2'J.: -J. C. Cox, of ;Mrs. M. Bailey, accompanied 1 by her
Insulting well known of been recorded but dau"ht"r. Mis Ella, who hnvo beenat I I
a woman one gl'ov1.have a' Chattanooga, Tenn., who visited hero $235
aide and for striking her husband great many smaller groves have been two yearn ago, arrived here last Sun Iho home of Mr. and Mrs Will Chassis I

! nth!! head with a pop bottle) in an put in up and down the ridge/ and the day. lie Is comfortably I located at the Sheller returned, to their home in (Jo-j: {

pr'' rgument which followed. The djad nursery men are' practically all clean- i j, Mouser house. lumbia county lust Friday to be with'
s ed out of stock. 1 1I Mrs. Wallace! Bailey, who is quite ill. |
to
egro is said to have Attempted :Minxes Natalie 1Il1rl'lonnyfarie\ 269 J'
third in the entered I C. M. Smith was n business' vn'Tor Runabout i
Iraw a gun when the man I Houser and Herbert Durden I
4, party, a deputized! citizen, shot and 1 Change in postmaster of the Tampa school at Starke Monday.A. to Lake Butler one day last week I

killed him. Three bullets .were fired office was finally effected Saturday I L. Sullivan, of Vero, was the Edgar Summers was n ,irlsituto t'I I a

{into bit head. The negro for whom All government property in the office guest of his wife's father, David )1 Touring 298
his officers were searching i I" belteved was checked over from the poet to the Jones, this week. SEABOARD'rRA1N: '. SCHEDULE )

z Iio Btlll be at large. He is said to present head of the office. Mrs. Eliz- I Mrs. Young, of Macon, Ga., in the ;

[have been in an intoxicated condition. nheth Carmird, former assistant superintendent r guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. II. (In effect Jan 1 '' "*> !11"'

L of mails, took charge of Pollard. SiHifhlmund. 'j' TruclcChassis.Jc .

I the Tampa postofllce, the only $640001 I' Mrs. A. A. Durden, teacher of the No. 1 reached Starke at 12:10: a. m. I

I Declaring\ that he had been sent to office in the country with a w mar\ at4f junior class of tho Baptist Sunday N'J.3, 10S9: a. m. I

school, entertained her clam with a I No. 21, Cedar, Key Train, 4.r':;8 p. ra. Coups .O I II

Valentino party Wednesday, Feb. 11. No. 15, Limited, 1:18: p. m.
I The tas fully dacorated Northbound
.f-'' ) room were '
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with term!, roses- and red hearts The No. 2 arrives Starke 4:35: n. m. '

) Valentine Idea being suggested in the No. 4 nt 4:00: pp. m. I Sedan 595 I'I'I

:J, ;-s decorations, refreshments and i'i the .No. 20, Cedar Key Train, '9:47 a. m. I )

MOTHER! MOVE games played. No. 16, Limited, G:55) / p. m. All Prices F. O. D. Detroit
Several interesting g-imfcH were Wannee BranchNo.

plnyed. In one gameII1I1! Natalie 101 leaves Stark 7:4r: a. m.

r1 Marclonny won as a priK: ? n beautj-! Pf" tnj in-lvm Rtnrlee 3J5: !r. ">. I i At these lowest of lowprices and

ful Valentine, and Miss c.1adys11.. Limited train No. 0 due at' Starke with the many new refinements,

CHILD'S BOWES good, a bottle of heliotrope perf'tme. 11:22: p. m., Jacksonville\ to St. Petersburg -
I The class was then Invited \Ift'i! the Ford cars are a bigger value today *
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/ 'f/Jr I dining: room. The table wav decorated Limited train No. 10 .*je at Sl-irke I than ever before. Now is

'.' f;. 7)'I, I' with a center piece with four red 6:43: a. m-, St. Petersburg to Jackson. the time to place your order
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hearts, pointing from the center, lord ville.
"California Fig Syrup" is /. a red heart at each ona's "plac",: A (These two trains do not stop at for reasonably prompt delivery.

vase containing asparagus fern nnd Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the I I' Terms if desired.

Child's I Best Laxative ted roses completed tho adornnttintHfi : only stops they make between Jack- "ij I t''

] the center of tho table. ?\Ie room sonville and Tampa., I I

-- I I was lighted by a large chanJnlier: i Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated frcm t 1, J. W. ANDREWS, JR., DEALER:
Hurry Motherf A tea+poonful of right out of the stomach and bowel' which completed the beauty of the Hampton to St. Petersburg No. 7 t
"California }' Syrup" now will thoroughly without (griping/ or updating the chiM., I scenery. Cakes, Ice cream and homemade leaving Hampton 11:50: p. !II. and No. I LINCOLN FORD FOKUSON
clean the little owI l and in a Tell your druggist\ vote want onlv the W! STARKE FLOKIDA'
i few huur you have well, playful child Jrl'nuine "California t'iff arup" which candy were served. 8 arriving: Hampton 5:10: a.m. Theseare
f"*gain. Even if cross, fevrnsh, bilious, has. direction for babies and children I I Those present were' Natalie M rcionny through trains, St. Petersburg to "ll i
constipated or full of cold children of all ages printed on l b..ttl." Mother, Estelle Hobby, Reba Maxwell, Cincinnati, Ohio. i

love Its "fruity" taste, and mother can you mast say "California. Kfu a an, ''Gertrude and Gladys Allgood, Hilda T. J. GRIFFIN, &AIL=::r- ;___ ___ ____---_-.-. =---:-::-____ __ TO .I e

all rmt the....,souring"bei-auHB food it never and fail nasty to work bile imitation. I I Durden, Eugene Henry, Johnny Ha- Agent. r.=aaotsnv .r-;ascir.zsssosaeaerr; ._+_ftl"C ,,,;= ......t'==:-. St


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Eradfcrd h for strangers Ih general who visit our LINERS: LIMP: INTO:' PORT AF- I RAIFORDRalfordl ,at the Baptist church Saturday our>
Ccunly Ttleoropti
L Y : V 64 city, and members in particular who TEU HARD FIGHT WITjI GALES I. Sunday.

Vi : 50 should attend the worship and become I : Feb. 23.-CoU! A. Z. Ad- B. M. Robinson and A. J. Jack"

\i ,I Co Published! weekly and entered as l better acquainted.Don't Torn and Twisted Steel! Superstructure kins wa a visitor here Friday. of Jacksonville, were bu mesa visit.,,r,.

forget to be a handshaker, Evidence of Fierce Battle Earl\Vhitttm, o'StAugustine, was here SaturiayrR..L
second! class! matter at the post and an introducer of people. a visitor here last weekend.W. ; Howell, of Tampa, and W vI

I office! at Starke. Florida. GOOD Don't forget to watch for every op- New York, Feb. 13.-Battered by H. Andrews was a business visitor -I Seay, of Waldo/ were transacting ', u

portunity to increase the attendanceat mess here Tuesday.
r= = to Starke Tuesday.
I huge waves encountered in a terrific _.
K S. M \TTHFW. y..tfItIU' and n..r CIGARETTES church storm continuing since Wednesday, Mrs.\ D. W. Addison and little son, '-'
Don't forget to do all ouy can to : I LAKE BUTLER
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four big liners limped into port to- Lowell of Jacksonville, were visiting i
'1, i 'i : make people who attend feel at home. day with bulwarks sheathed in ice. a( the home of Mr.\ and Mrs. B. O. iI -
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I : :
Once they get the home-like feelingthey !' I
f 10 Crushed lifeboat and bent and twisted Andrews last week. Lake Butler, Feb. 23.-The meenm'
will want to come again.Don't Mrs. Dora Tyson was a visitor to business of
---- rigging gave evidence: of their encounters I called by the men i.
SUBSCRIPTION' RATE forget to come! next Sundayif with the lem"its.Meanwhil f Lawtey Monday. : Butler to discuss the control of

y "-, i you are behind in your church at- ?, ships were rnsrtmg to Holland Johnson, of Lawtey, was in boll weevil was very interesting

Per Year .-.-$2.00 GENUINE tendance. Get a new start next Sun- the rescue of the crew of the. Santiago I town Tuesday.! well attended. The talk by Dr Gr,
&r.M day morning. A fresh start is what Mr.\ and.l Mrs. Scbellie of Jackson- .
) : "BULL" '' sinking off Nantucket: liKRttnip, upon an improved method of Contr
/ COL. W. T. WEEKS many need.) ti and abandoned with decks awrsh. Reports ville, were visiting here several days ling the boll weevil, was well race
Irt. DURHAM I i I Dont forget that the church is the last week. .
by radio telling of vessels! damaged ed by the farmers, who came in P
1 place i I to which the best people in the
.t r .v The editorial page of a newspaper TOBACCO: by the storm came in ard they Jim Rosier was trading in town on sponse to the 200 invitations sent '>\u 1"I

is not considered the proper page on world! go and come.Don't will be delayed! in reaching port. j: Tuesday afternoon.The 1 )Dr. Green's plan soem Q feasible am.

J which to print personal) items, but the advertising the state, in attracting i i'' forget that the best men and With 50 feet of her port bulwuks I community wss:: saddened Fri quite economical, both!) in labor am,

a a man whose! name heads this brief article settlers and tourists, locating: boms women on earth today are consistent; on the forecastle swept away the 'u- day night (o hear of the death of J. poison used. He pointed out that ,<-

y f \\1"J, t t'': la worthy to go on any paste from seekers and new industries. We give members. of some church. nard liner Berengaria: disked here today j. L. Nauright, who had gone to Jack while the boll weevil has taught tht .i!
Don't forget also that the worst
,\" first to lat and on alt of them put together. them full credit for all the good work ,, a full day behind schedule.' ; Her sonville on the afternoon train, apparently farmer the value of diversificationthat

1' t." Col. W. T. Weeks, as everybody they have done'along these lines. I men and women, in the world todayare decks were ice covered. dptein W. in the best of health. He "Cotton as King" will soon n.-
those who attend church.Don't .
knows, lives at Starke, but he But, we repeat, have they done as never R. D. Irvin said that since WVdnecdiy dropped dead from heart disease after turn.

; I came here yesterday to celebrate his! much as they should have done forget that the preacher doe the Berengaria had been IgnUni? her leaving the train in Jacksonville., Apother demonstratiuS.. meeting wil I
not regard soul for whom Christ ,
I eighty-fifth/ birthday with his devoted Wouldn't they have'found it directly!! any way through huge seas, 'Inven bra: Mr. Nauright had been operator here be arranged later. The Woman

$ ':" daughter, Mrs. Ssfm T. Dell, and it proDiaMe; to themselves had they died as "wood hay or stubble but asa heavy gale. Snow, rain, nnj sleet, for several years and has a score of Club, under the leadership of Mrs.' P_
from God's nature which
was our pleasure to take him by the adapted the generous and progressive I gem own combined with the big waves, held the friends who are grieved over his sud- M. Padgett as president and Mrs. J f

; '/' .... hand! and wish him many happy rev policies which have characterized so ,! outweighs all material suns and systems big ship back, but the roughest wether den death. M. Mann served a fine chicken dinner

., turn-. t many of the___ great, western lines.. _fni__ t .and complying_. with. the. .condi-.. was encountered yestertla.; The body was shipped to New Jersey the noon hour. /
I tions is worthy Of membership in the
i 4 We are not writing: his biography. instance? I' Oblivious to the danger, passe nee ra for burial. Last Saturday night the ladies of
I'at
f If' church which Jesus built. I
U } lie was for mire than thirty years I Ask anyone properly advised to I'I Don't forget that the only were dancing and sin;irvIn the big l Mrs. Dora Tyson was called to the Baptist church served an oyster

I t : the clerk of the circuit court of his' identify the principal factor in the development I compensation ballroom, when suddenly a huge .com- Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon to the supper at the club room, the proceed t tto
the minister receives in
I J county. He represented it in the leg of the great tourist resorts -: a ma- ber swept awa': the bulwarks. The bedside of her niece, Miss Dora John help on the lighting fixtures of thi
;j tfrial is the free-will of
I islature. He was as gallant a Confederate the farming and fruit growing',' way offerings Berengaria trembled and was brought son, who is seriously ill in the hospital church. Quite a large crowd attended -
the free people, who attend his min-
soldier as ever shouldered a sections of California, and it is prob- i almost to a standstill. The entire there. and a neat sum realized.
t I: istry. Christ's attitude towards the I
i ; I musket or drew sabre from its scabLard. able that the credit will invariably be crew was ordered out to clear away Mr. and Mrs. Louis Taylor of Mrs. Tom Moore\ and little daughter
church will be the theme next Sundayat
; ,;.. ; We did not, however, take up given to the transportation lines serv- ': 11 the debris, cutting' away with chisels' Jacksonville, were visitors here last Miss Delayne, of Sanford, wen

!y our pen to write these things Col.! ing the state-without them Calif a. en.Preaching the torn anJ1 twisted steel while!! they week.S. the guests of her brother, Dr. J. E
I at 7:30 ( '
"y" William T. Weeks has been our friend nia would today be a practically tiC-I' p. m. were tied to life lines. H. Moore was a visitor to Law Maines, ana family last week.
i Three united with the church at the ''l
for nearly forty years. The good Lord known country.. California, has last Several hours later, another big, tey one day last week. A daughter was born to Mr. a no
close of the Sunday
eve-
.' never made a better or truer man. He ways been favoved with lower passen- j sermon wave swept the ship and did more Messrs. Drew and Clarence Jones, Mrs. Pitt Townsend last Saturday.

"i I I:! ':? never made a more honest one. Florida ger and freight rates than has been I ning. W. E. DAUGHERTY.WHAT damage. of Baker county, were in town Mon Mr. and Mrs.\ O. W. Maines, of Louise .

i.. never had a better eitizen. lIe I is granted to( Florida, and it is the com- i The liner France also ca-na !irtopert day. are the guests of their son, Dr
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VI / eighty-five years old now-and we mon observation that the lines serving S '! today damaged bv the stpni and J. E. Maines, and family. .
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ERADICATION DOES
: hope he will live to be a hundred and "al.fornia operate finer trains and also !- TICK several hours, while the Lapland n.rd HIGHLAND:' ) A daughter was born to Mr. anti!

'fifty and then some Gainesville Sun* give better service. the Roiv-5ilon ducked shows- the effects Mrs. J. W. Jones, Sunday. 1//

:: .A Saturday. \ The development work of the rail- Gadsden county is the only Florid tick of tfie terrific. gales. Th shipping Highland, Feb. 23.-Mrs. II. C. Saturday night a colored boy rp ".:

.f way lines of Canada is famous fever quarantined county in board liner America arrived oti. Wimberly and Miss; Beth Wimberlywere ported to Mayor R. E. Dell that a con
tick eradication
d "j',. CONHDEK:, THE PIIE\C1IER throughout the continent. j which carried on systematic Ambrose lighthouse tonight, nesrly I t business visitors to Jacksonville vict from the state farm was hiding:

... We venture the assertion with no work/last year, and the benefits two davs late, becouse of the .Ittnm, Wednesday.G. around G. d. DriggerV place. The

r I, We understand that there are some fear of contradiction that the adver- are shown I in prices now being and will not dock until tomorrow. H. Darker returned Wednesday sheriff and night marshal were not)

churches in the county where all the Using And generalpromotion expel'i'i i paid to our cattle owners since Jan.the from a visit with relatives in South fled by Mr. Dell and the search start
t: ,; the preachers receive Is what lit. sea of the California, railway exceed federal officials authorized, on '
1 pay from this j MISSIONARY: INSTITUTE Jacksonville.R. ed, ending by the capture of the es ..}
20th of cattle
.. I r.. Iii i tie Is put in the collection plates. many. times over those of the i, shipment to markets In the United I L. Black of Gainesville, was here taped convict by Night Marshal W. A. t

,, 00\1\,' Whoever puts a nickel in the plate, Florida. And thay mUKNjnJ'lt profitable county open it I An interesting missionary institute Wednesday looking after his large Knight, Messrs. A. T. Mizelle and 4

M" no duubt believes himself over generous for they keep at it and increase j States. FlorIda will be held in the Baptist church, of timber interests. Tommy Hewitt who overtook him ou '

a* "salvation in free." Yes, salvation their efforts year by year.-Tampa_ Cattle owners in quarantined the following Starke on March 1st and 2nd. Delegates Miss Beth Wimberly was shoppingin the A. C. L. railroad. lIe was turned

d. is free, and so is the water in Times. counties can compare muchit from a large section of Florida, I Jacksonville Friday.A. over to the state farm officials. '
how
and figure Just
prices
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i I 1. the ground. Yet it costs money to them raise ticks, including Jacksonville, will be A. Crews made a business trip :
is costing to on
I make the water available, by mean'sof THE SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL ent. At the meeting for men to Jacksonville .
basis of what they can get for their pres-I' Saturday.Mr. Mrs. A. V. Long and son-in-law, L
the boring of a well, attaching a i first Thursday, the > and Mrs. D. E. Beirand. children
'cattle it'closed markets.On I day pec T. Jarmon, of Palatka, motored here
I' j pump, etc. If salvation can be had It will always be true that the lar- I February 15th the following Starke will have an opportunity visited relatives at Cash Point Saturday and were guests of ?Irs.Long'lI .

.1' f only through the preached word, surely gest single factor making for success sales were made in Gadsden county; hear the president of our state unii Sunday. mother, Mrs. S. E.: Brownla'j.,

4 if, the preacher who puts us within In school work Is the whole-hearted'i I 600 t 0 t 1.2ents per pound, !I i, versity at Gainesville speak. Dr. A. :Mrs.: J. A. Starling is spending several They returned home Sunday afternoon

\ 1 reach of the! most precious of all bles- sympathetic parents j i live weigh IDS cattle at 6 7-8 cents|I A. Murphree will address the men at weeks with relatives in Jackson- and were accompanied by Mra. k.
singe, should be given his support. with the teachers. But most 11:30 "The Stewardship of Life."
on .
Jarmon who has spent the past two ,
and< 125 cattle at $12
per pound: per ville.Rev.
.fI. ?n Some preachers do not depend on the communities can easily give more coI I animal. One buyer made the statement -i I The pastor of the church Dr. J. J. James Conway, of Green Cove weeks with her grandmother!\ S. ,;'

I' contribution plate fur their livelihood operation than that. Where there are I that this class of cattle would Bullen will speak at 10:30 on "Or Springs held regular monthly services. E. .Brownlee. ..'

l 1t- a but preach from love of the work, or civic organizations, such at a worn- f ganizing Our Man Power," and Dr. ,
bring 1 1-2 to 2 1.4 cents per poundat ,
because they cannot resist importuna- nn's club, etc., these organizations' S. B. Rogers will speak in the eve
of in quarantined
origin .
point ,
r tiona because like
\ or they to meet can be most helpful. ning. "
tick eradication -:
e ,"j. friends at the different churches and, After all, sympathy and encouragement counties where systematic The woman's meeting will be addressed _
been undertaken
work has not i GENERAL INSURANCE
to renew acquaintances others, again are the greatest needs of our I II i by visitors from Atlanta, Ga., I
; I rl J have no other means of making a living teachers for their work. What by cattle jjwners. I Ala. and other .
a Birmingham, places. j > I
have taken the INMAN
Alabama markets & RITCH
shoufd
"i' and these be especially
splendid thing for the woman's club the These will be days of blessing and >,: \
d bulk of the cattle but since quarantine ;
,e considered. of a community to have a committeeto have I the public is specially invited to enjoy j' FiRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE ,
I was raised Tampa buyers ,
Iv,, ," The apostles of yore had no families \ rk together with the teachers to I the sessions of the institute. On I .'\
,, fi, .: depending upon them, and for learn to know the needs of the school I met most of the competitive prices offered 'I' Thursday evening there will be a Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14

)ij. (r "raiment" anything that hid their nakedness and how to meet those needs.It I by outside buyers. missionary )pageant, entitled, I Hour Every Day. "t'

3 ',, ". would do. Wild honey, locusts often happens that instead of do. ness and Light. This will STARKE FLORIDA

4: f ears of corn from the fields, p ing this, the club women of the com COLD DAMAGE! NOT AS CREVT dered by Starke talent entirely."Dark-j ,

u, \' fish from one man, a piece of bread munity take it out in rlticilinR'. And, AT ,PLANT CITY AS REPORTED \.

t from another, was all they required. -
of find
e f course, they can easily thingsto NAURIGHT:' OF RAIFORD. DROPS)
Hut the preachers today have more criticise. ". Some Growers Report Fifty Per Cent 1 -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --- ----- -- --
DEAD IN JACKSONVILLEJ. :
or
i' need, and these take more money to I have in mind a certain school. No of Bean Crop Saved I'' ,
'. :' 1 upply than that given as voluntary I I
receptacles were provided on the R. Nauright, for the past few j '
; contributions. Anything worth havIng grounds into which to put the paperin Much encouragement: is felt }In this! years"agent of Ahe A. C. L. at Rai- ''I' Is Your Ship I

V' is worth paying for-the Bible which the lunches w_ wrapped.The section over'the fact that late reports ford, left for a visit to Jacksonville 'I

J SIM11 ,4 will tell you that. If you do not intend principal asked to have soma provided show the cold snap of1 Sunday and Friday evening, and died while on his '

:: t to give your minister anything promising to see that all waste Monday was not as disastrous to vegetable way from the train to the depot< after I',

I e for the benefit you expect from his papers' would then be kept otf the crops as was at first indicated.!. arriving at the city. His. daughter, j Coining In ?

It } sermon, or intend to, give him only grounds. The receptacles were promIsed Some growers this morning reported Miss Helen with the other children, !

what you would be ashamed to give a but the promise was never kept.. as high as fifty peY! cent of their bean left on the next train and it is expected : Ii r I
beggar then stay home, for in such a The principal thought that if the safe. ,
i" papers crops they will take the body to New I
case you are possessed by greed and were allowed to litter the ground From reports reaching the city, I Itis Jersey for burial.-Johnstown News.A I

4.' injustice and your heart is not attun perhaps the good folks would keep shown that the effects of the cold I

ed to derive any good from his ser' their promise. But when the women were not general. In some locations i l
GOOD! M.\N GONE iI
i mon. Poverty may in some causes bo" met, they bitterly criticised the prin- all tender vegetation seems to have 'I j You often hear people say they are going rlo do "thus j
i
'+ an excuse, but generally it Is not. The cipal for the condition, yet made no been destroyed while l in others the and so" when
Raiford Fla. their ship comes in. Did
who throws you ever stop
hesitatingly a
person to the ,
move supply receptacles.Good damage was very slight. This is accounted -
a nickel on the contribution plate in the women, please don't do that for by elevation, protectionby February 18, 1923. I to think that your ship will never come in until you .J.
church often throws dollar The whole souled, genial smile, the send ?
lyl away a way. Take the teachers into your and from the wind etc. one out 'J.

a without any compunction, for some hearts and lend them a genuine helping Many growers had protected putt ,, splendid accommodating service the I''' You must build your ship in this world by industry and

f"41, ill frivolity. Never let a preacher have hand. These teachers are working of their crops, and these were not materially generous aid so promptly given to at! thrift, and it is not so hard after begin and
alike will be'mlslled by the of you once .
patrons
to remind in veiled words
cause you for children
your however Imper- injured. Some covered their
the habit. t h
the Atlantic Coast LineRailway at II get
v of your obligations to him. Pay the fectly they may be doing their work, strawberry plants and saved the
$ :? p laborer his hire, and be a liberal pay and every difficulty you place in their bloom and young berries. In some Raiford in the passing away of Mr.J. Which'would would you rather hear people say of fi

in". master. way will re-act against the welfare, Instances the bloom and young berries R. Nauright. lie was honest and I I you: "yonder goes John Smith, who struck it lucky on Y
sincere. His marvelous.In it
patience was
"' of those whom you love more dearly were not seriously damaged even a deal and cleaned up a pile," or "yonder goes John 7
( all acquaintances he stood out
: FLORIDA RAILROADS SCORED! than you love your own lives. I be-v bough they were not covered. unique-my as a real man among men. ,j i Smith, the Stan; of means, judgment and influence, i
seech you to sympathize with the Those whose were the most
who
crops has made
by
.. He suffered much but never corn- money keeping steadily at it and by
Are the trunk lines of railroads traversing ; '
teachers, and if you think you see a seriously damaged are busy today replanting t.
4. Florida promoting the development plained. The world is better by his saving what he has made-a man who does things ?"
s t better way of doing things than the orders for seede having gone
,,,' having lived in it. A good citizen and 1 What
c of the state actively you would term a "lucky streak"
as as teacher is following, talk it over in a out by wire yesterday.; Others, whose only comes to
they should?This is a threadbare subject a devoted .father. j 11He I in thousand while !
one
friendly way face to face with" the crops were not so badly damaged, will a we can all become independent -
ti '.. : it is true, but when we learn of teacher. The increased good result try to replant, saving all that is posuble was my friend and I hope to I if we go about it in the right manner. '
meet him in yonder happy land where
the enormous efforts put forth in this ing to your children will make you of the old crop and planting the Let us help on the to
t direction! by railroad organizations in we will have more time to give to" you way independence. We feel
_ glad indeed.l that you made the effort. missing places'for a later one.
other sections ot the country, and TEACHCILCHRISTIAN :1 While it is generally agreed that each"Jtther an< more time to enjoy an ];I an interest in you, and in this part of the country. You

witness the splendid resultd they are ____' - the frost of Sunday night is tha one endless eternity. : are a part of the country, are you going to do your .

achieving, we aremoved, to persist in :' CHURCH NOTES that did the damage the government J. S. BLITCH. part ?

the agitation. thermometer at this point did not I

ik There Is no question that there Is a (A Bunch bf Forget-menots) register Sail low as on Monday night, TilE PROTESTANT BROTHER. I I,

i community interest between the rail Don't forget that we have preach. following, the official reading for Sun- HOOD

s,' I road and the country it serVes-the ing every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: day night showing a minimum of 34 I

1' railroad/ prospers as the section thru p. m., except the second Sunday. degrees, while this morning's reading List of new members added since

which it run develops and becomes': Don't forget each week to invite bowed a minimum of.32 degrees. the last issue of the Telegraph: I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
', 1 and prosperous L. Wyman. J. W. Morgan II. L. I IJ1rownlee.
more more and the' some one to church with you. Thus The report for today indicates that ,

prosperous, developing country re- do real, weather Is and unlessan Dr. O. L. Haynes.
work.
you evangelistic I the cool past, t N. T. BITCH W. T. WEEKS, J. n. RlTC

It Is a prim essential. ,{ to bring the old and crippled to :spring crops will\\\ flourish from this :I. D. Wainwright has had the I

Ic in granted that he railroads. of I''church. tim* on.- Pl.fft City Courier, Tues fencing on his premises thoroughly : .

Florida have done much. of value into Don't forget to be on the lookout day. v. overhauled. ,. -
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.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARVE, FLORIDA PARE FIVB
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u I PRESBYTERIAN ciety in very anxious not to separate. I I "It is only through such an agreement '

There are two pairs of twin girls, among the states that assurance

Mrs. Thomas A. Edison, wife of the each pair being ten years of ago. Tho could be hud of complete subordination % t

@ Bits of Local (ill> great electrical inventor has obviously Home Society never separates twins'''' of local interests to common con rENT-A-wnRD

much more use for religion than under. any condition and earnestly i I I cern. Even thu national government '

Inform<< 21 lion has her distinguished husband. Addressing hopes that two good homos can he I I could not, in my judgment exercise tl

a mt'etilll! of the Daughters found for these twins at an early all the authority necessary to carry : r

crt the American Revolution not long date.All I forward thu campaign unless: its _

Concerning Our People, business and ago, Mrs. Edison nn .essentially the society asks of families to hands were upheld by such u communIty : FOR .\ LF.Strawberry crates, complete I

C..Q Progress in the County and Town. ..0':.; patriotic appeal said: "The Sundayof offer I their homes! to these homeless! I of purpose among! the states. 1> with cups. I). W. Moore, Tho2lBtf.- r

the present day Is it impos- children, is that they be of good char I Every:: Resource at 1).IoI. |>imal I Iafsa1i. j

| sibla to reintroduce family prayer? acter and financially able ti> providea t "It Is not needful to assure you that : -

-. ,| Oh, let us get behind our guns reasonably comfortable homo nnI'' every resource ue the technical und I WANTED- Ninety Day and Bunch

Ninety day und bunch velvet bear s Chickens and eggs wanted at Kick: 'land win this war for the preservationof education. Applications should be I I scientific depuitmenu of the Velvet Roans J. I". Kickliter: I,

at Kickliter'a. u lilel"s.I Sunday." One American Sabbaththe sent directly to Marcus C. Fngg, the ment will be, and are, at the ,"ovl'I'I\-1! ) Sturke. 1 t 2-10-2 ,

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continent. of thu managers, of tlifii .
F. L. Turner has as a guest this 1 Gary Ennis, of Tampa, is visiting Sunday school at 10 a. In. I ., Jacksonville! Fla. hope the convention will deal with itlll \Vhen ordering your Missionary and

week Lee Nash of Stranton, Pa. his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Morgajj. Preaohing: services ut 11 n. m. and I great problem in a broad and 1 comprehensive I! Klondike strawberry plants for

( 7:30 p. m. \ CONFERENCE/ =" TO 1 ITIU'lIfolt: I way und its deliberation may growing runners specify Allen'sand ,'

Get your matting's and rugs from c 1 D. P. Carpenter was a business vis One of the best hours cf the day isl fiw: WAIt ON/ IJOLI. WEEVILS) prove a milestone- the way to get the boat that can be grown

H. Lcviton. Big bargains. 11,; itor to Jacksonville Wednesday. at Prof. Thormiuest's! Bible study at tory in this waifuru for humanity.vlc-I pure and unm Jwll. Accept, no sub

.r i 10 a. m. President (larding" !,1..lllt.sleI of the "Mont! eilll'crelyours., stitutes. Mr. N. h. Hull represents ..

E. I*. Turner and S. W. Mclnnis, o f Mrs J. H. Garris was the guest of All are welcome. Government: Aguinnt Pent "W AItIU'-.I:: G. HARPING.) : UH in StarkU und will forwtrd: your;; .

I the University of Florida, spent Sunday .1 friends in Jacksonville Tuesday. T. J. HEDGES, I order. 2-9-H i i

( here with friends. Minister Atlanta' Feb. 20.-The National TIIURKSSAThcressa <

Kev. A. li. Dunham spent Saturday i r i L---I vin J.-T- Cotton Conference for lull Weevil I l't mT In' KN:: ROUTE

I New shipment of beautiful in Waldo. SAMPSON CITY control met here today for a two-day
Feb. 2,5.: -Mrs.! George
hats at the Shoppe Elite session with scientist' agriculturalists ,
pattern Adams und children left Monday for (Princeton, N. J.)

Prices reasonable. I Best grade leather work shoes at Sampson City, Feb.' 23.-E. 11. and business men in numbers inattendance I their home In !Macon Ga., after visiting I There was once a man from Nantucket '

s Bennett's cheap. Smith and Mr. Bryant, of Gainesville from over the cotton producing relatives heri '

'd L. H. Partridge and family are now motored here Sunday and visited rel states and nation. ), I Who kept all his rash in a bucket;

" domiciled in their new and comfortable Col. A. Z. Adkins made a business atives. The first session was culled to or- AI.thllrIoorer! Charlie Owsley ano But his daughter, named Nan. i

residence. trip to Bronson last week.: Mrs. W. II. Fletcher and little der this morning by Dr. Miller Reese James Trlestcre' 'visitors to Hampton Ruin uway with a nmn,
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I I daughter, Jean Elizabeth, left Thursday Hut< hison. of New York managing Saturday. And as for the bucket Nsntncket.J ...

"Dr. J. M. Jones, a former residentof Georgia and North Carolina peanut I for their home in Jersey City, N. director of the campaign to exterminate Mr. und Mrs. D. J. Phillips and! children .

Starke, died at Interlachvn on seC'd' also chutes, at Kickliter's. J., after a three weeks' visit with the bull weevil. arrived hero. Sunday from south (Chicago 111.) ,

,Sunday, Feb. 11th. ,I friends here. The conferees went into session' with Florida, where they! spent severu' But he followed the pair to Pawtucket 'f

Msssrs. J. C. Hoover, Edward Burns E. D. Jones und Mr. Porter, Misses President. Harding pledging to the months. ,

Let the Shoppe Elite plan that and D. P. Carpenter were visitors to Ednare and Juanita Smith motored to conference in a letter to Dr. llutchi The many friends of C. Sullivan The man anti the girl with thu bucket\ ; ,..1

new Easier hat for you. We Jacksonville last w ('k.I Lake Geneva Tuesday. son, "e\ery resource of the technical, will be pleased to learn that he Is And ho said to the main, I

have only the latest st le8. I --- Miss Ethel Varnes spent several and scientific! organization of thu gov- resting easily utter undergoing nn Ho was welcome to Nan, 'J'fl'Ifs
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-- --.- ------ 1 Mrs. II. C. Richard, of Palatka, washer day,. at Waldo last week having! den eminent. operation fV appendicitis) nt Starkc, But as for the bucket Puwtuckot. ,

StowcU'm evergreen, Adams' large, last by I Dr. 111 Iohlleton.IIIr. .
i week visiting at the home tal work done. Dr. Hutchison: late Mo'id.iy\ in re; j

snowflake white and yellow Dent corn of her brother, A. M. Darby. !Mr. and Mrs W. II. Smith and little fly to I'les'dtrt' Ilardirrc'1-( .ti'i1( \\ !I' Kenton has charge of a two (Now York) r

at; Kickliter's. I daughter, Docie motored to Hawthorn ed the nation's head; designating him weeks singing!: si luxil heie.Mm. Then tho pair followed pa to Mim- I'

---- -- I Miss Louise Powell, of Archer, wan Sunday; and visited Mr. and !Mrs. KH. as "commartdcr in chief of nil its in- Sum Swindel. has returned uftvr hasset, I

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis have as a the week-end guest of Mrs. E. M. Da Smith. stitutinns," including the nntionit visiting her. sister, Mrs. Joe Johns Vhero ho held the cash as an asset: ;
guest this week their uncle Donald Mamie Hall Tuesday in But Nan and the
vis. !Miss spent campaign for boll weevil. control.! in Sturlte. j I man,
Sharp, of Cornell, N. Y. i ___ Gainesville, guest of Mrs T. J. Swenr- the Stole t the money end rimml ,
Situation" ii subject
"Facing: / the Miss Eloise OwMey wits! shopping I
Misses Audrey Johns and Ethel ingcn. in line. .\ n.. for the bucket 1If1l11h111lHI'/
to bu discussed! by men every in Hampton Thursday. :
S. L. Alvarez has had his fences on Griffin in Waldo with Marvin Ogden, of Graham, was a
spent Saturday ..
of the cotton industry today William Hall Is visiting his sister, j I
( Temple avenue moved in, to make Mrs. S. M. Simmons. visitor here Friday. I he Qulninc'tt Din Hot fllfit If tt. I IPIN
session.
; at the afternoon Karleton
Prie.ikers
near .
room for the new brick road. i to the niiqn of ate 10".I: ..'ve.Ih'rp ..Viivi '
L. L. Johns was a visitor will; IIP Ex-governor R. I. Manning, ot Mrs Ruby Gaines has returned, to 'i iiKijMO, UI'IM,'' : (tun. i.1) mn \Ia, I.n iby 'o !

--- j l Bruce Davis of, Arcadia was a county seat Saturday. South, Carolina, who will talk on "The her homo after closing her school atIlritlfortL in tl nnviiitItftimt 1 lumil. ,. .r;.W.GkeV itntiluJ, 4. a ttrrvntiMiftmor Hill itttcn 'lOltDHt l-<"r>t","ti?j 1,jW

Miss Marguerite Shriver of Brook week-C'nd .gUl'flt of his brother, E... M. Miss Virginia Worley, of Gainesville PiaJiti rs View." S. J. Ciisnels vice I ..j
er, was a guest the first of the weekof Davis. visited "Miss Ethel Varnea a few CottonSeed --- ----
of the Interstate I
piesidfiit Foe l l'lII1UC'ATIOS
Miss JClnnl'ttoIatthes.! ; I -'-- days last week. "rushers association C. K:. In ('...'ul. churl. tllnln nf Hiirliln. KlulilhJnillaliil
; FOR I't: CO"N:1':: .\nms .. ,
Clmiil, llnilliircl I'nunly: In Lhu>-
'p Mr. and Mrs Charles Shepard sppnt Claud Brown uua purchased a new HutchiSDM, vice president of the city.sunk \
Mr. and Mrs.' H. M. Snyder and tho week-end with his parents, Mr. Ford i.owrrr A'litlMon. 1I'mnplslnnnt.
i Manufacturers association '
American Cotton .
l children, Miss Clara Mae Shepard,, and Mrs\ James Shcpard.i The Southern fencing gang is here! The commiHIIIOIwr'! Internal revenue vS I j,
Srutt
and George M. pre.cIdellt -
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hodges motored to this week fencing the Southern railroad under the authority of Suction J. W, AililiKim !II
of the Now York Cotton lix 1: n of1rn 1 loot. '
227 of tho act of 1')121:) I has \
revenuu
last week. ; ; 1hI.Ill
Gainesville
f fEd It"nnliinrlnit iiiriiliivlt us.ndrd lo
'Mr. and Mrs John Uglow,: spent the hv
i change; U. E. Rainier, head! at \iho U. grunted a general extension of tlnir- Ili.it In Ilin nlHivii.Hlnluil, e. INS Hint J. W.
I'week-end in Jacksonville with their Swearlnlten of Gainesville, wasa Chemical Warfare Service and A ddl.n, tlio. tiiftMlilHiii. .Ihvnilit llilinittl., Iniirlilinl a !
Mrs. T. W. t)liver who has been S. to domestic! corporations( up to unit uf is,. Slot uf Wlor tI". sill,I uanovHln '
: Jlrs.
Josie
daughter R.I.. McDowell. visitor at the home of Mrs. ,
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Senator lloke Smith will deliver lilnm lf mi Unit iif "hH''''' eiinnn t
June fi 1J2J.:) : for completing
[visiting her mother Mrs. S. L. Ham- Hall last week. Including In- ..rv.el.. uncin,, him and I U .vi dresses at the evening session returns of income fur the calendar I w"nh''"'''* ymm./ : It In I th.ri'fiir0 urilrri'il tlmt
rick returned Monday flf her home in l Messrs. E. M. Davis and D. P. Carpenter Lucian Thomas was in Starke last / The President's, Letter ..1,id) r'.Ilent ill,fi.nilnitt, .., h. and I. I.." by niiulrril .. .
11U2! tho fiscal ended, 111' tIn ,
bill nf cum'iliilnt
Ga. year year t" anlwar| tu tlii
|,Sylvanla motored to Gainesville Sunday week having dental work done.T. ., lli. inilnv
addressed l the head- lirfnro Miimluy.
The letter :Ul 1II2:1..and:t the (lineal I niilil c u nn nr
January !
-f- to spend the day with friends V. Williams and Ray Goodjre of year nl Aiiril' A. I), In29. (ilhi'rwm I tho altoiintlimii ': .
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Mr. and !Mrs. F. L. Turner, Mrs ___ Palatka were visitors here last week. quarters of the national campaign at ending February 2-f, 11'23!> : conditional .,,1.1 l ilifiniluntl if mil.. 1,111. will hs luhrn lunftuuwlby ,r

Mamie Garris and Uttle daughter: Lil- i 1i Atlanta, ia., follows: upon (the filing! of tentative returns '. tail for aiiti'iTil, Hint this nnli-r. b. piiln ,
'" | Squash, melon( tomato (early De- The many friends of Wiley Rober- "My dear Dr. Hutchison: with the collector of internal llnhuil l fur. four ocin. .,.nllv. wrulu In thu Illmill I
[ lian, motored last: week to seo relatives 1 troit and others), okra butter beans son are glad to know he is able to be proper I ll Count '1'.1.,arn-di, s n.wnulrvr| | 1iddinti-
in Jacksonville and Macclenny.Mrs. "I wish to record in the iiiiint earnest revenue on or before! March 15; AprilI nl In ...1.1 mnnty unit 0''''..
[ : English peas and all garden seeds atKickliter's. out train after a serious illness. and 1'h4 .b..y 21. I92H.li. .
: terms my support sympathyIn I and May 15, 1023! respectively, ae- c w. AI.I.MKUN.: 1 1Clark
her
2.16-2t Mrs. B. B. Saunders returned to .
behalf of the national movement : IrcMift C'nurt.Ily :
A. M. Darby is in Palatka vis- home in Georgia Monday, after a visit lImI pun led with at least onefourthof C. A. KNIC.Iir, .
for the control of tho cotton boll wee the estimated amount of tax due, (H. "II) Ilinuly Clvrk.t : .
Mrs. H. C. Richard. Before re- '
iting i 1
Mrs. E. R. NetT and children re- here with friends.Mr. vil. The convention in Atlanta I am /. APKINA (!
turning home Mrs. Darby will also tifrned Tuesday from Jacksonville, Porter and E. D. Jones, !Misses will ba of together with u statement setting: *< |II. sure, representative ftlio forth tho reason why the return cannot -
visit her daughter Mrs. Geo. M. '
where they spent several days visitIng Ednai and Juanita Smith motored ..
business and of the I" ii'.
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cotton
producing be completed within the prescribed .'Una um ''II'J c
w Marks, of DeLand. ... ; relative's.The to Starke last week. .
=,j vast array of industries! which are directly i. lime, and n formal request for thu 'rll'lpI".U.)| )'?s r,Ii, :'i- 1 I"I.1 ii.' rn'V, If \'.,'V.., 0T:1; ; ;F' i h
the output of .. ', "
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dependent upon extension. "I "
Mrs. H. M. Snyder entertained the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ItllADFOIM) ."" .
} the cotton fields. It ia to be hoped! '
1 : Tentative returns submitted, In accordance -
Workers Monday evening at
Merry Peterson was made happier than ever
+ her home that a practicable plan may bobrought '( with the foregoing/ should .;{ / ,{ .. ir"'d,". 1.1C'MCOFFINS !
West Madisonf
pleasant lth
[ on Monday February !) ,.,whan the Bradford Feb. 2J.-Word was received -
this warfare
/ out for placing be 1 Form 1120 oft which should, bu "I&KU
f street. The hostess served raisin stork brought them fine on r' CASKETSAnd
a baby girl. i here Monday by Mrs: E. M. national scale and for enlisting
on a
written plainly across the face el
i sandwiches, fruit gelatine salad and -- -- Aiidreu that Mrs. Ben Smith, of "Ten-/
I \whatever forces are necessary to Insure / Full! Line of '
lathe Return. Only the a I Itlndrrfak.ra'
hot chocolate with marshma lows. Just received of art
a new shipment i Brooksville had died at the home of
effective results.Natiollwlde address of tho taxpayer and I the estimated SuppliesAUTOMORILE ,
squares, netting and rug of all her parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank An- Menace t. I
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and kinds. For lack of room we will sell : drews of Jacksonville. Mrs. Smith i amount, If any, of the tax I .
', "The ravages of the boll weevil duo I need bo' stated. F IIKAKSr.li :; ,
children Dorothy and Francis at a low price. M. Lcviton Fireproof
spent and
was formerly Miss Etha Andrea huve long, since passed the point Any deficiency in the t first ,\ ... mi hlt."I. The l h.t nr .. ..-I I I.ur
the week-end" with Mrs. Akrarez'smother Garage. friends here regret to learn. of her! where it constitutes a local, state or merit an determined upon }, .( ih* (luwvHt. prli-v. Sp. '
Mrs. M. L. Johns and Sunday IIiKtall-1 '
death. merely sectional threat, at a preeminently the will boar cast l kilrntlun to telrifru: / n' ,
I of lintel return
afternoon the party returned to V:. M. Edwards. has an apinry that Mrs. N. G. Hayes was a visitor to important agricultural staple. i Ire 1"I.t.r./1<< Eoihslmre: : a
at the rate of six per cent per annum
Jacksonville 'Mrs. enables him to sell deal of
accompanied by a great Dekle's Mill Monday.E. .
The menace is. now recognized as Involving from March in, April 15, or May 15, "
Johns. honey. :The honey is strained and put ;,
I V. Andreu passed through hereon our national prosperity and 1J2:!. respectively. DeWITT C. JONES ,.
: in jars. Mr. Edwards' farm Is '"
up route for Brooksville, where he attended
the whole world with
Mrs. A. W. Anderson and little son, welUsituated for bee culture, being the funeral of his niece, Mrs. at threatening n. T. GK1HUV, ;}! STARKE, FLA I
such of textile fibres as
A. W., returned Sunday night' from near the big swamps wherq flowering Bert Smith. woura a constitute Hhortaga} an universal calum- Collector of Internal Revenue.( 'MMIf"'t'II'lrlf"MPlr.I-MJtIIM'I11I'II'IIIItPt"lu... I

Philadelphia where they spent the shrubs and trees abound. Farmers in this section are preparing Ity. Despite what has been done by ''

past month with her mother, Mrs. II. :: r their land to start the spring national and state authorities and by (
Shelldr ke. Mrs. Anderson was call- The Starke Poultry Farm now has planting.Mrs. .
the various interests' concerned in the
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ed norm on account of the death of all its Incubators full of for '
; eggs C. M. Andrei/ numbered on industry, it must be recognized that 'i''i't
hac father Mr. Howard Shelldrake.Mr. i hatching, and there will sbon be the sick list this week. the campaign against this I p..Mt has ,

I chicks by the bushel. Many chicks ,, C. M. Andrea was 1n Brooker on been a steadily losing one. Tna alt"uation
and Mrs. William Baker, who have already been hatched and the', Wednesday. t
grows worse from season to
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John new incubators have proven success rv
Mr. and Mrs W. M.\ Harrell were season. It mast be met with men II" .
Uglow for several weeks past, left. !ul. the guests of Mr. and !Mrs. Leonard i
ures of'auch scope and width as to No gentle reader, this man, although
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Friday for Pittsburg and Cleveland, Cook Sunday.A. get the situation firmly in hand.. In- t' obviously in a rather '' I 4I
where they will\ make a short stay be- I BOLL' ;f; 'i
FOR WEEVIL DESTRUCTION II. Surrency paced through \ dustry, science and public administra- ominous looking predicament, is
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fore returning to their home in Fullerton T .
Monday. en route to Jacksonville. tions must be insured for whatever not going to be "done away 0''
Canada.Mr. u .,
program is adopted."It with" or sacrificed. lIe's just c-' "

The meeting here Saturday, for the CHILDREN WANT HOMES has now become apparent that "tied up"-a condition the man M tee
and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. ron
discussion of boll weevil destructionwas
be and the fullest
there must unity k a salary or the man in buai- .
returned Thursday evening from their well attended by earnest men who Who will provide a good home for co-ordination among all the forces hi sometimes experiences,
wedding journey to Havana Cub, listened to the scientists while ness
they one or more of the homeless or orphan summoned to this struggle. In secur- when the former Is forced! to y '

i Miami and other points of interest in I explained the newly invented Floridamethod boys or girls under the care of 'ng this, I have no doubt that an efectlve overdraw hU account, or the lat g I
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Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews are of destroying the pest. The the Children's Home Society of Florida correlation of the efforts of ter is harrassed by threats of '
at homa to their friends at their residence I for }Is
this
necessity being
measure
? he cotton states would 1 le a long first Z'i his creditors. $27h' '

on West Madison street. !I recognized by the whole country, as if The receiving hornes of the CJi.iII 'l. top and that It would win .the hearty ,09 Both men, as employer and employee )

cotton production should stop it dren's Home Society at Jacksonvmc ell substantial assistance of the national ," to '
I \ are going experience) $
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Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McCormick left would mean a calamity. Tina' price of and Pensucoli, are filled to overflowing government. .
times when finances will not lap
'Thursday for a trip down the East clothing would be almost prohibitive, with boy*. and girls of all ages, Co-operation Essential + around expenditures unless .
Coast after which they will return to and industries to ':,:(, .'
would come
many i from tiny babies on up to fourteen' "Various drastic programs have within them the spirit

their horns in St. Charles, III. Mr.Ran'I end. Therefore the cotton farmers .years of age, and each day' =s addingto : suggested for dealing with thin situation i of there thrift is and the courage to save. 1 .

and Mrs. McCormick have spent sev may feel assured that they will hereafter the family of children to ba cared ; none of which could be made cr), A SAVINGS ACCOUNT at this"" I i t

./ i not fight alone, but have the for, so that the society is absolutely ;, Tective!! without cooperation throughout Dank! Is just as essential for the fi :
help of state and national forces compelled to secure homes for the tho cotton growing section."I ',
Miss Martha Raue and her friends .t 4 one as the other. ( I'+ '
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a children on J mind in order that room venture to suggest that the At- than NOW to I
No better time l j'r' '
here .were glad to have- her with them. .I J. L. SIMMONS can be provided for the new children lanta convention might well study the begin safeguarding the future X11 s

t PLUMBER AND ELECTRICAL coming in. !iiossihility of an Inter-stata treaty the of SAVING.
through safety
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and CONTRACTOR An appeal is especially made for among the cotton states, along the ,

son, Tom, Mr. and Mrs. F,' A. Scott, 1 ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVENTell'phone' boys and girls from six years old up general lines of the treaty or contract i1 i1'I i1h

Mr, and Mrs. J. F, Kickliter and children : 13.1-J: : to twelve and fourteen years of age, lately negotiated among the several STAHKE h

Mra. Ada Sauces and Mrs. i 'STARVE, FLA. as there are more of these older, children states of the mountain and southwestern ) HANKOK

Fields! motored to Gainesville Sunday' heeding home than youngerones. regions for conservation of corn- The hank of Helpful Service I +

afternoon to hear a lecture by Dr. I. Miss Ida Hagan visited relatives In I mop interests In the Colorado river. STAHKE, FLA. !u'j't'

Henry Ostrom, of the Moody Bible In- Palatka one day last week. The home society is anxious too, to The Colorado river pact seems to Indicate ,

stitute. The subject of Dr. Ostrom's I.I O. D. Moorer, of Jacksonville, IsI find homes for several pairs of brothers the lines of a possirfti agree- Y

splendid lecture was "The Second I visiting at the 'horn of his brother, and sisters, and for trios and ment among the cotton states, for un- .

Coming of Christ." H. E. Moorer. ., quartettes of children, whom the so ification of effort against the weevil. I rY 7 :Nt ir.' y 'tc r'r


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Ir I'AfF.: tIX) ItrcADPORU COUNTY TELE ;RAP, STARKE. FLORIDA .FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1923.
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r"' --- the University of Florida Experiment the farmers are worrying about fertilizers an assortment to any resident of your with relatives.

I *-...................................--.-._.................:......-- btution. he is growing his own. There county who writes for them. I Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville, was;
i : 1 "Many parties, the statement says is no doubting and praying for fertile | I also have for free distribution a a business visitor here ThursdayMiss

"are taking advantage of the farmers' soils and good crops this year, number of 1921 year books of. tho de- Emma Johnson spent tho woe,

r With The Bradford present' urgent neuu fur HOIIIU means next year or any year with him. Just par ment of agriculture. These arecOI1'Iiled end with her parents in Hampton.Col. .
1 01 .lighting the boll weevil and are advertising grow plenty of legumes and turn
a \ ) annually by experts of the and Mrs.' A. Z. Adklns am,
and selling prepaiauona: arid .ood portion of them back into the department' and contain a great deal children, of Starke, were guests of
County Farmers boll weevil 'remedies' of various de- soil and the problem Is solved, says of useful information on agricultural !Mrs. M. E. Edwards Sunday.
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ttcrlllt.QIIS. ...r. Jones.
Mrs. Joe Starling and son, Morrell)
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I. ............... .............................................................*.*..*--.? I According to the statement this Is This farmer explains that several matters.'e ry truly yours, I of Jacksonville, spent a few days with
: I history repeating itself; these tmngs years ago he became interested in the FRANK CLARK. I relatives here last week.
: _, 1 have been sold to farmers for tne last woric of the Florida Experiment Sta- !
-'-- m I Buford Higginbotham was a visitoi[ ,
9- M years, amI the persons selling them tion. lie had noticed that where velvet ,
; ,i CONFERENCE: TO 1 PU Kill' Kit I "It has now become apparent that "JtEl)" MENACE' : A FRAUD SAYS here Sunday.
'. have usually made a "clean-up" by beans had been the station's .
I ', THE WAR UN HULL! W EEVII.SI' I there must bo'unity and the fullest grown on DE1ECTIVE IN: SlA'lEMEAT Miss Lena Frigo, of Jacksonville,
the time the farmer has hud tune to land 'I
a
or two
year before, tj>e
T co-ordination among/ all the forces visited her mother Sunday.
iin/1 out through trial and experience were much better than those
:: Prrxidt-nt Harding, I'h.dlC"hl of the ummoned to this struggle. In securing crops on Secret l'ola Manufacture Tales For Mrs. W. E. Turode was transacting
I that the preparations worthleill.I adjoining land where beans
arts had
I \ !. (:o"crnm..ntlCuinht Petit / this, I have no doubt that an effective Some not lilveding Wealthy :Men I I tRig business in Starke :Friday. .
.fr advertisers are even claiming been Noticing this he talked
grown.
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correlation of the efforts of Mrs. S. A.
and Misses
Bryan Ollie
4''r. I
that their particular is with
cure attrac. specialists of the I
t.. Atlanta, Feb. 20.-The National \the cotton states would be a long first tive to the weevils, and that the wee stations. experiment detective agencies of the United Marr and Myrtle Reddish, of Starke,
d Cotton Conference for Boll Weevil step and that it would win the hearty States are inventing "red" menaces '''Visited' relatives and friends here last
t I vils literally fall over each other in Immediately he put what he had '
control met hero today( for a two-day nil, substantial assistance of the national to keep rich men paying heavily Tuesday.
getting to it and eating it. j| seen and been told into practice I'
j l; Kcnsion with scientists agriculturalists / government. "Such claims are as attractive as own farm. He now explains that onhis for protection, and then are tricking J. A. Howe and George Andersonwere
and( business men in numbers in Co-operation Essential radicals into committing violent deedsso visitors to Starke Sunday.
I they are Insidious,.for no one dares to soil which six[ years ago scarcely I
1." attendance from over the cotton producing "Various drastic programs have that substance grew II' they can make arrests, according II Earl Roberts, of Gainesville, spent
Bay a attractive to the ten bushel of corn to' the acre now
"t 1 wUite.M and nation. ,' suggested for dealing with this situation -(I weevils will not be discovered," Dr. grows twenty-five bushels. Asked to I to statements made by Albert Ba- the week-end her with his father, E.

A "t The first session* was called to order ; none of which could be made \ewwt'.a siaiemeni. says. ''me lurm-- give his formula for soil improvement 'I I lin, self confessed spy and radical I J. Roberts. ;,

.;c this morning by Dr. Miller Reese effective without cooperation throughout er should remember, however, that Mr. Jones replied: agent. Balin is on trial at Chicago Charlie Wilkerson, of MaxviIIe, was'

( ,t Hutchison, of New York managing/ the cotton growing section."I thousands of experiments have been "I never, unless absolutely unavoidable with 19 other men, charged with advocating ih town Friday. t

' : director of the campaign to exterminate 1I venture to suggest that the Atlanta made during the last 2,) years and grow the same crop on the same criminal syndicalism. Lonnie Prescott and Max Wimberly :
L ,I the boll weevil. convention might well study the failed to disclose any substance more land two years in succession. Maybecorn hahn, alias Balanow, swore that of Highland, were visitors here Sat- I

; .. Tho conferees went into session with possibility of an inter-state treaty attractive to the weevils than the one year, thii cotton the next, I he had worked for' the I urday. !
I President ( among the cotton states, along the Burns and the Thiel WillianJ'I J'I Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett, of
I 1, Harding pledging to the growing cotton itself. I then peanuts the third year. On some
conference in letter neral lines of the treaty or contract "The Florida des at the same time as Gainesville, spent Saturday and Sunday
; I I ; I : a to Dr. Hutchison grower of short staple of my land I work in truck or vegetable !
\' son, "every reHource of the technical lately negotiated! among the several cotton will find by the application of crops. But regardless of whatI radical questions! ; that he had sold here with her mother, Mrs. M. E.
p e.. and states of the mountain and southwestern the 'Florida the secret reports of the Thiel agency Edwards
scientific of the method'
organization of
: /government. boll weevil grow each year, I plant on that land
." regions for conservation of common control, developed during l'J'2'2\ :! that some leguminous crop-velvet beans, ''I to the Burns people; that an oiticial David Reddish, who was called hereon

r Dr.' Hutchison late Monday, ) in ro interests in the Colorado river. ho can produce 'JO per cent of a normal peanuts, cowpeas or beggarweed- of the Burns agency picked his pock I account of the death of his father,
,. ,, to I'rvb'drnt. The Colorado river pact seems to Indicate and et and stole taa Thiel. 1 reports, and Jesse Reddish, returned to his homein
t' tlJ i Iy Ilardimt'* :letter, v l' crop do it for a cost not to and I manage to turn at least half ,
I 1 ml tho nation's head, d"H ijrnatintf him the lines of a p"Rsi\tf1\ ii agreement I exceed $1.70 un acre. Certainly this these various crops into the soil. That that he was told to urge radicals to North Georgia Tuesday.

; 1\, i: HH "com>>llln.I'r in chief of all )ts institutions among the cotton states, for unification would be a better investment than tao provides fertility. Then I keep; the destroy property and throw bombs so Mrs. Lizzie Dupree, of Jacksonville
..a of effort! against the weevil. thut.Uurlls' men could arrest thum. spent last week here with
her
of parents
; j including the national purchase some 'patented cure' concerning ; land from washing in winter;. I grow ,
:,:3I ''t' campaign for boll weovil control. "It; is only through such an agreement I which he knows nothing and some winter cover crop on the lam, I i 'terrorised Rith Men !Mr. and !Mrs. J. W. Byrd.W. .

'. i "Facing" the Situation" Is. the subject among the states that assurance which has no endorsement other than and this keeps tho fertility in the soil[ j Agents of two detective agencies ,I A. Harvey, of Baldwin, visited

i1 t ;:' to lie discussed by men in every line could be hud, of complete subordination that of the seller himself!" I I instead of it washing away. That is were instructed to incite radicals to relatives here Sunday.Col. .

It i I I of_the cotton industry today. of local interests to common conI Particulars concerning the F'lorida the way I built un my land. The PY- t bomb throwing, window breaking and I J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville,
""V ..,. -c-penKcrs at the afternoon session I I ccrn. Even the national government 'method may be obtained by writing I periment station 'showed me how." rioting, lielanow asserted. Then, he was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday.
wiP,, ; be Ex-governor It. L Manning, of | could not, in my judgment exerciseall ''to the State Plant Board of Floridaor '' declared, olliciuls of the Burns and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and
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_. : South Carolina, who will talk on "The the authority necessary to carry to the Florida Experiment Station, j EXTRACTS: FROM REPORTS OF I I Ihiel groups asked for and received children spent Sunday with relative

________ I Planters View." S. J. Cassels, vice forward the campaign unless its! both at-Gainesville. COUNTY AGENTS large sums. of money with which to in Baldwin.Mr. .
I president of the InterHtate Cotton hands. were upheld by such a community I continue the campaign against the I II and Mrs. M. Davis, of Jackson.

I : I .Seed( Crushers; association; 'C. E'I i of purpose among the states. ARE YOU DOING MORE THAN Santa Rosa-This week I have held I "reds." The rich men paid[ the money, ville, were visitors to Lawtey Sun

_ \ ,4 r Hutchisonuu reaiJent 'of the Every Resource at Dinposal SHOUTING WOODPECKERS TO five -farmers meetings, all of which I I Belanow swore. day.Clyde
- j; American Cotton .Manufacturers ASHociation "It is not needful to assure you thai'L CONSERVE FLORIDA'SFORESTS were well attended by farmers. Have Several hundred windows were bro Moseley, of Palatka, has accepted -

_ .. and George M. Scott, president every resource of the technical and I I ? delivered 200 pecan trees to the farm- ken by strikers as a result of his own I, a position in Young's Depart

1 I of the New York Cotton Exchange scientific departments of the government ers. efforts, directed by the Thiel agency. ment Store.
L ; D. E. Rander, head of the U. will be, and are, at the disposal I I A man who was enthusiastically Interested He declared that on another occasion Joe Marr visited relatives in Highland

,I S. Chemical Warfare Service, and of tho managers of this crusade I I in forest conservation stopped Walton-Advised a' farmer this, several members of the Burns agency I Sunday.

I ; Senator Hoke Smith will deliver ad. hope the convention will deal with its I once in the middle of a speech on week in planting the largest grape: approached him and offered to manufacture Jack Yvnkerson, of Maxville .was

; i dresses at the evening session. great problem in a broad and comprehensive that subject. Shaking an accusing vineyard ever planted by any individual bombs. for him if he would here Sunday.L. .

__ : 1 t The President' Letter way and Its deliberations may finger at his hearers, he shouted, "J in this county. Also advised in I /find "reds", to throw them. H. Hill and W. E. Torode were

__________ a S The letter addressed to the headquarters prove a milestone on the way to victory venture to say there is not a man in the setting of a 100-acre field to pecans Joined "Red" Societies transacting business in Starke Mon -
of the national in this warfare for humanity. this Agents/ of the Thiel and Burns offices -
i't campaign at audience who has ever lifted a satsumas, sand pears and June day.Alex
_ _ i i Atlanta Ga., follows:' "Most sincerely yours, hand to prevent the destruction of our blueberries. The latter is the largest were ordered to join radical organizations and Rufus Williams, of Jacksonville
r. "My dear Dr. Hutchison: "WARREN G. HARDING." forests. If there is an exception, let lield of fruit in the county. and were furnished with were'visitors here Monday.An .
f "I wish to record in the most ear him stand up." radical literature to distribute and airplane exhibition was scheduled -

______ 1 nest terms my support and sympathy COTTON" .. .\1lllEUS.WARNED OFI'ATENTEI A thin, earnest-looking man stood Levy-Have assisted in inoculating flaming speeches to deliver, Belanow for Thursda ) afternoon, but owing

I: in behalf of the national movement ) HOLL WEEVIL up. He carefully laid a paper on his 267 hogs this week for cholera con- swore. While working for the Burns to engine trouble;only two flights

for the control of the cotton boll wee REMEDIES": chair and nervously fingered a corn. trol. agency, he declared he was sent to were made, 'V. K., Edwards, Roy _

r vil. Tho convention in Atlanta, I am cob pipe. Looking directly at the _, I several meetings to make radical ad. Vaughn, Volley Kelly and Percy Starling

I sure, will be, representative of the "Cotton farmers should be cautious I speaker and with a slight tremble in Hamilton-Darwin, a scientist, dresses.I making the flight.

', 4.. cotton producing/ business and of tho about inventing their hard earned I |Jiis voice, he said, "I've shot woodpeckers vanced' theory and it has been ad-I j I Officials of the two agencies aided Dr. W. I. Powell's subject for next

'- 'J, vast array of industries which are dl.1',1 / 'money in proprietary boll weevil poisons [- and I think that ought to tacked' and doubted. Barnum, a cir-1 I in the faking of rewriting reports of Sunday at Grace church will be 'Sacramental -
vf of'' I' ," reads a statement recently isV i'! labor union meetings Belanow services at 11
rectly de-pendent upon the output heip some. cus man, advanced a theory that no declar- a. m., Ep-
I, ,' I tho cotton llelil.H. It Is to be hoped j'' 'sued by Wilmon Newell, director of Ami; to heir specialists and officials. ,one has ever doubted or. tried to dis- j ieJ.'I "The Knights of the Red Star," worth 7 p. m., and lecture at 7:30: : .

t'. .1,f that a practicable plan may be I j'"" on this subject, one Is inclined to believe prove. Who leads the worlcf In'(. Was a fake organization, pure and "Methods of Daily Living."

-, J brought! out for placing! this warfare '"IN J A BAD\ \WAY that this is about tho extent of 1 thought, the practical or the scientific''simple, he said, and was only another Quite a large number from here attended .
i on a national scale and for enlisting' the i-lforta made by the average citizens .i iiind[ ? Be practical; usa the Florida means of frightening rich men so church in Baldwin afternoon,

'., I::j whatever forces are necessary to [In- :! .. \\ of Florida to prevent the laying I method of boll weevil control, farmers that they would pay enormous sums as follows: Rev. E. D. Boyer, Mr. I"
]I, i sure effective results. --- -- Waste of its rapidly vanishing timber are being told. j I to the detective agencies. and Mrs. J. W. Barber, Mr. and Mrs.

- I, H.;.,. -- Nallon"idetenure! I n If__your....__..blink L 11.j! .out; suimly. I I Wrote IhreaU in AeencvI : R. B. Moselov.- Mijtftnn\ Marv- TC- ,. .
the boll I UCUMIUB-, mi!*.*. >vi'K : l'IIlIrlon-\felonll: I Charges that Allen O. Ethel Druwdy, Emma Andrews
inn ravages or weevil In1fltLIll1j "The worst enemy of our forests I U and tomatoes are Meyers, of I Joyce
t have long since passed the point i I If Perlmpi,urlnan trouble Mrt 1/1. '', titus man who persists in burning! the' coming up all\ over the county. Enquiries the Burns agency, had him go to the and Claudia, Terry, Enza, Wilma, Delia f
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where it constitutes local : niir kllnt-js: arc ln a woods be ho Thiel agency, a rival bureau and and Louise Blanchard L.
' a state or I bad way." cattle owner, who want are coming thick and fast for to Loadholtz
C : .r1. merely sectional threat, at u preeminently I Doan Kidney Pills me for weak new grass for his cows, or turpentine advice on control measures: of diseases write threatening letter to the post- Ben and Clyde Rowe, Louis Black il t'
J. : .;,; important agricultural 1 staple. 'I kidneys. I operator," one public official who travels and insects. Our people are getting master of New York City, were made Clyde Moseley\ Fonzo Griffis, Bryant I

Th.nae is now recognized as in- ,;I Local eildiincn proves I llii-lr. HUM.It. over much of the state recently posted on the proper methods of by B.ilin, who later admitted that ho I and Roy Reddish.
S volvinjr[ our national\ prosperity and i: L. II. Hi-tinan! I'l'tuvi. ) tiavellng remarked. "Tho man who burns the handling\ their crop enemies.Wnkullu had worked for three different. em- I The freeze of Monday morning

t .13 threatening the whole world with[ man, Mulu& St Suirko.! .'aye: "I bail woods ought to be arrested for arson I' ployers aj); one time, and sold them played.havoc with strawberries in this

such a shortage of textile fibres as i I a great iK ,il of trouble! Ith my kid just as much so as ha who sticks lire -A co-operative order of out to one another., section, for a few weeks anyway.

tr J- "would! l constitute an universal calnm-,j I npjs In St. Puter.-lui' r'lorlJu Some; to stores, ware houses or residences. cotton seed for our farme rs has: been-- The hearing was temporarily halted ome estimate that 95 per cent of the
p Ity. Despite whulj has been done by'I'I years ago Thrro was u soreness There can bo no essential difference, received and distributed and another when the premature explosion of a berries were killed..

national and state authorities and! by I I felt across tho email of my back und I unless it Is in the intent. However, order is being made. Cotton acreage photographer's flashlight wrecked the I
pretty III mil. I suffered] with "abl tual"O""llpal1n
t \, the various interests concerned! [in the I4S I \ ere pains lu the buck of my head so- to make up for the moral difference, Is being increased. I I office where the hearing was beiftgconducted. In 14 toll Days Cured
: industry, it must be that the who The blast blew out all
recognized | and everything ncemrd In a blur. A man burns the woods does the II "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is :a specinur-;
the campaign/ against[ thin pest has : neighbor advised mo to try 1'oan's' very. much more damage than the man St. Johns-Our county exhibit at'I'I' windows, severely injured Miss Ida prepared.. Syrup Tonic-Laxa'-ive for I-Tn bi time' .

Jl been a steadily losing one. The situation ,I Kidney nils and !they! helped 1 m. who burns houses in almost every : the South Florida fair' won 20 ribbons, Silverman, court commissioner before I Constipation. It relieves promptly but
grows worse' from season lr |I from. the sl-u't.: One bar of Honn' case, certainly in the ultimate." 17 of which were blues. Total prize I whom the deposition was> being made, I should inilure be regular taken regularly for 14 to 21 day

season. It must be met with measures cured maoPrice Continuing tho official said "Anyone money won was $2'J0.50.FREE :!! and probably fatally injured tho photographer -' Ro !ulntps. Very action.Pleasant It Stimulate to Taki.! and fOe

- of such scope and l ,width as tol I COc. at all dealers. Don't who {visits( the state's manufacturing I Capt. Nicholas McDonald, per bottle. ,
get the situation firmly In hand. Industry 4 II"I ,Uiltll I; ** MIMItilv K4l plants whic umiZ wood in their SEEDS: whose right arm was blown oft. Some{ -
' science and public! adniinistra- Doan's) Kidney PIl's: --ihe shine that products, and who will then make a j of Bailin's private papers and documents Cures Malaria Chills..

I ,: lions must bo ,insured for whatever Co.Mr., Jlfrs Kuxtiuau, l.uffalo Inn!.N. Y.KoBl.i'-Ullbura\ ,' study of what is being done to refor- I have for free distribution a considerable being used as evidence apparently 6 66 ,sad Fever, Dengue or

'., program Is adopted.; ---- .-- eat:, will soon realize that avery serious quantity of vegetable and were destroyed by the %xplbsio H.linus Fever.

'' r'.n -_ _ _I problem gigantic problem flower seed and will be glad to send J or disappeared in the excitement. I
is lust. ; approacning. .. ....... .._____ _._ _d_
: me inwmajunsbodies t1--. ,-- "' LAWTEV n JUliN WItHLOUISVILLC' ftO. "
and tho agricultural 'O

iiti: IF BUOUS! SICK the state Every' month's developersof delay 'rae 'Italttl' an' fie. .*. i>vblood. '. -rlf.- .,.,.! ..ndrfrhin1 f '- \ I KY. ?;::: ..I..._-. .I....'....
a now means future years of timber the. V 'I i .in aoou f..( t- truuji Lawtey, Feu. 23.-:Mr. and Mrs. R. I 1rlabUI.ID: .. 1837 i'2: '\\o'SJ: ;
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scarcity "' 1. lJvhjurptlT..to: / Pri.', .. Tracy spent Sunday with relatives I "....I..rlm.". sad I '
1M.
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"Tho problem is essentially ri state I Mucclenny.\ ; *
L and national problem, but individual I I Free Flower Seeds I J. II. McCuIley; of Jacksonville\ Raw FursY t .\. t

Ifl1i TAKE CALOMEL )livestock[ men, lumbermen, turpentine I spent several days in "Lawtey hut: I, .
.You wlU be glad to know that Has week ,
: men and others do much transacting business.[
may to pro- tings'', "The South'* Seedsman." will | j I I A. TOiGrove's
vent further w ate and destruction. give away about 2OOD,000) packets of 111'lnd Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Tasteless chlij
-- ---_ 'Stop burning the 'woodsl j stop cutting teed ., the Soutb's most popular flowers of Starke, visited relatives here ,, Energy Tonic re.jirwiI
I and. Vitality
'rl-I I by Purify inn. rmt
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'. timber spring. j;
had unlimited
as though we : j
"Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better ThanSalivating quantities of it; plant a tree for every '! There la uothlrvj In the home that I.I day.Mrs.. J. C..Adkins and children, of :I!'j Enriching the Blood. When you feel hastrengthentngtnvlgonatjng
can compare with rich colored effect. how
flowers. tua
Gainesville '
: one cut down, these are rules if They brlQ;Hen u* all and make spent several days here It brings color to the
up chueXs and
any how
Par.gcrcus Calcme! and Doesn't: last week
; Upset. observed by .all. will help. to solve th3 I house attractive Yo-i can't r'ant: too ( at the homa of her mother, It Improves the appetite rU
Ibea
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Mrs. M. K. yv.
Edwards.
problem. many flowers and this opportunity to : appreciate 1.:.:, true
I tonic value.
"u You-DontLosaa Day's Work-Read Guarantee got Shirley Poppies! Everlasting. Flowers Hearst McClellan, of Daytona, was '! Grcve's Tasteless chill

... LEGUMES: : liUILD I'P: SOIL FERTILITY Zinnias Commas and Mexican Burning the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. lio Rush abeoluely tree. Is certainly to II. Hill.. In syrup. S.
: You're MHom Your llvpr I In uliisgmlil liottlo of n'Ml4on' Liver pleasant-even children
: you a Tone be welcomed by' all reader like It, The blood!
j of
You fi'i'l! lazy. ili"'y .nnd nit fur 1fl.'w feats luulrr my personal paper. this ,i Mrs\ E. I). Boyer and little daughter neuda QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
,. knovkitl. unt. \ our' luftd. i I. dull, your ninnev'lnick KUaranteo that cacti Jewel went Enrich It. "
gpoonfnl Farmer Tells How he Built Up Land You can get th-m! Just write to'' to Jacksonville, Sun. DestrQYs Malarial! germs and
:: tongue, i ii umvtiMt, ; brent li l h"I" l.; vtoniaflisoil' nil) r leu 11 ulupgUli liver l b.'tti.ithai
your Gi-lp
anII"\\1I., conntiimtiil., 1'ut i iloui't : a ,dono of nuxty ealoniel and! that And How lie Keeps. It Up Haitlrgt' for the new 1923:! Catalog. It day where they will spend a few days germs Fff'ct.Iawjtf1 .by Ics Strengthening. Invi'ar-;:
tells you how to get flower reeds tree stall ?>!
u p take oo.U'nLiIlIfI.tlllt. I It makvs you It won't niaKfi } on nick. I fi. -
I .nick >-<>u nmv .line a lny' \\ork. Dndriou'i, l.ivir Tono U real liver A source of fertilizer that is always It has 100 pages of b.autlful photographic ,
(drtoiiu'l In or 'Iuh'.ih'r! ) n""licine.01l'1t know it picture and correct descrip"
mi-rfiiry | next morning I _
_ vltfoi! CMpt'S\ m-crcwU of f tlw twin1 livcaiiNn you will -nak up feeling sufficiently abundant, cheap and ,! tions of garden flower and field seeds -
,ultimo, eraalii', Into Hour h::1 la like tine, your liver will uo workinj! your dependable has been found by at least bulbs and plants, and aDo Is full of
I ,dvnrtinito. bre..Mn< It up.\ Tlint'a when lieailuoho" amid iluzinem gone your' >tomilcli one farmer of this state. That source 'i iI. helpful Information that Is needed I U --- .: : mlLU _
4 win fei'l that awful iiauxoa.. amitho will\ l Ion sweet and your bowels i I. the growing of legumes, such plants! almost dally In. every Southern home. _- =
4.1' r'l\n'IIIIA'' rejriilar. You will feel ..liko working as velvet benns, ,|) It's the moat valuable reed book ever E
t j 11 you want to .".>loy rIce +, Miu'll l ho cheerful; full of 'vigor and! cowpeas peanuts < published and you will be mighty;: lad
", ."tI.'t; liver' and bmvpl I rlrniminff you Dilution. bt'icgarweed anti soybeans. The farm- j I you've got It. Just write and talc for
'. peer e'prteniPtl:: |lust t kn: a s|' >onfi.l DoilKOu'n) Liter Tonw. in entirely er is William Jones of Alachua coun- I the new Catalog -
: .e ,.f )"'11'10',0"':: ))10,1<011'"' J.lnr Tmi to'Vuur \,,.Uvtnl>lH, therefore humilcn* and cnn H.G.HASTINGSCO ;iF R- ,
: tAJlbt.; dru,tfiHt ov lllLl..r .,41. tiut u.livutu. Give It to your childrnn. I ty.Mr.. Jones says that while many of I I Atlanta, Ca. .
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FK1DAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELELRAP' ; STAKKE. FLORIDA IMf.K SKVI1WS
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3'23' BURN: TO DEATHVIIKN; .FIRE to the hull. ..,-1111.0.... rinpiotlMMv, the -
''i 1Q! { 'B1: !}. !!iI I procession fireproof dining hut Imiilri I In iiiHilinid vniliraca Li-unty, !, follow
'jut Ida, uaMI -
S\\EKPS;:; NEW AOKK ASYLUM: J Par from the ectno of the fire. .. | HI ,HID des. of the issue".. of puck o.rtiflcali. Ir

I Seventy of the 02 Inmates of Ward n tin nmnv ....,i.i.tivcly. hurvlnatItjr -
uarllcularly, Mt forth, ....wll : I
Twt'nt.two of :Maddest Inmate nail '1:1!) had boon led or carried to safety .IUIKIHU. No llu tniurattn nil No'I.......'
Uunrter of Suuilniwl iji.urlir Wiiit of ..
Three Inmate, Perish in IU. ie I'I'I when a huge wutertank in the blazing 'Kmmy. (.ranch. s... IC.a. S., R. 20 B.114.,--
crashed .111x11" >r.a am ittic through tau ceiling completely -
I (' utr Nti I'8,, imliinit. South Half" of
I, : Now York, Feb. 18A terrific blast'I J I blocking the corridor< that led l.ai 4, S< .. 7. Tp. T S., U. 80 East 40 MI-M.
.i I I.or, lilies.
1 Ret by dredge;i In Itflla' Jute la't't to; 8netlnd fllhnff! the hall with Cvrtlflcntv N... U7 .mh...... Inca 4 and f.8rr .

.' night, rocked the buildings on the I Flames' and amoke. City firemen, ,C.IH/N,1',Shaw.ltrl0lutr.. ', S.. R. 211 K.. Itt ........ Aaawa.ml .

Manhattan state hospital for tho In-I! lichtiiifr their way pant the blazing No. 147 .m"...... Narttiwmt'
Ose.hr "ii Suuiliwtnt quRrur. 'I-p.
arms on Ward's Island In tho East rlvI,, I barrier, brought out iievrrnl strug- H: R Jl E. 1,1 mn.naCMd: 'Illl'J. KVII?

er nil.ft. tho : ; HiiiK screaming maniacs und several VrtUlralv Nu. 1411 ombrncra Southwest yuarlir .
a Gii8 inmutct coweringand I uf /Iou'lh..1, QuniurI 80111 lic.Ht Uuac-

e w.iilmjr with a sense of impending j ,who, Were ovcruomo hy smoke, while' h. rlti r 6. 'Tl 7 8.. K. 21 K, hI........ A*.
._.>1 M. U. llnrrln.
4. doom.. I dressing for "breukfuKt. Mont of thel.ind rtlii.nio; ( ,,""u. 160 vniliraen N..rt h....t

I Attl'IHlantstlme.1/ them and got I wore fO\1lllln the rooms and corridors Quarter uf A Southwcat Northwtat QIIHIUT of HouthiajitUuartor
I'' juartur of Nurthwwtimrlir
them to bad but before morning tho I \beyond{ the fallen tank. Sevoril << of Suullwant Uunrlur. Ki<.. ft '
'' M It.vl I IC./ .. tii! ....... Anat...tl M.... 1Maryt' \ .
doom fantusied by the disordered wore believed to have boon buried I .. ThomHB.

brains, had como through for 22 of I beneath: debris whon the floor( above < iTlilliuliNo.' ., 16:1:of unlirni--a North leaf" ofMj'illi .
n.l' IJiiHitci" Norlhiant Quarter/ Nw.HI.
<* the maddest. They hud been burned I rave way. '. I'D 7 8., It. 21 t.. lilt II...*. Aunoaml. W.
C. TuylitrCirlUUntc
r la death in a fierce Ire( whkh swept The l II 2 patients imprisoned 1 in Ward No I inn ..mh,..*>. Rimthra

the went wing of the main building. 'I 1U: on tho third floor whore the flro imtrlcr'. of Northwest tlunrtor of NurtlxaitKimrtti.
.Hie III.! Ti. 7 H., It. 21 K., lit aene.
Three heroic attendants died with the I:look its toll woro described' by Dr. .\hMtH, d, Unknuun/ n
c.utllliiiU- No. ir.fl rmbraura Mouth Half nf
(mattes Htriviny; to tho last to rescue I lie)man as "violent hourkidullyinclined South .$ ljuiii-lor of S.uiihWfBt &.CJuui-tor.<... f

them. of whom might 1.) Tp I 1'1.' It. 21 K.: SO ........ AsessewS >y't
: men; any one link'......".

: Hospital. authorities and City Medical itiddcnly have turned inurdtiroUHly on \rllllillli< Nn I till( .mh,..-.. West Half n.fvrnt
9 \ Half of Kiiiithwviit uHrtur. 1:1:<'0. U, Ira
Examiner: Morris who rushed tu his ruscuura. But so coolly did the tit'cndiinta n H.. II, JJ 10:.. 411. ..c,.-.. Autanol. J. M lt... r

tho said that in nil work that only in u few fur
The scene, probability anJH I IVrllllcnlv No. I 1M' oinbracM North halt nf

the blast had been tho immediato woro there Instances of struggles No,lh. net guiirlir nf Hfiuthrant Quarter, andiHHt
,: Ihni'-.imirliT. of Biiuth. Half <.if Nurlhia. ear
cause of the fire. According: to their iKainst, or attacks on, the attendant1)) ituarli of Huuthraiit Quarter| 1'1,.... 21. tu.i .
Ii. K J.J 61. ::6 anna. Ain.m.ii'd' C. U. HaiiR.IVrlilk'nlu .
theory, it caused a break in the Insulation and> firemen. I : Nn. 1B.I .mb..... SoilthwmlOiianir .

of electric wires in the building.A While the rescue work was beinncarried I in, Mniitnnr.it Uilnn T and Souln Half
of Norlhntmt Vluarlur/ of Hoiilhwval, Uuarl.rNurlluMul
short circuit, they think, did tho ( forward, the llanivn burnt out' miarlcr of Nnrlhwmt gimrlvrnf / +

I I II the roof of the building and lighted ,K.HntiihwiKi; .11 ami*quiirttr.. AMa,iWfHl SIT. 4*.22 U. 'Hnnii 1 e. fi H.. 1C.J .

Telegraph I rest.Tho fire was discovered at 5:05: a.l! up I | the entire inland. Screams of the Peel( llcalv Nn. 2 O lt tmliracca Ka.t half of
N..rth.R.I'r nf Soul, ,, not (jiiurliT. Hro.II ,
m., by !Michael Campbell, an attendant I terrified )patients nearewt 1 the (1111111<'11 I Tl. 6 H, It 1U 11:.. 20 ........ AaH..*u..dMm 1
Mmnii' V llandliy.CvrtMlialo .
in Ward 4J: in which till the fatalitUs j 1 roused tha entire population of tlio ( Nn iJ4 unl'mri'ii tola 6 and 7,

occurred. Ilia calm heroic niadman'H. Isle, and in a twinkling cv- Illk U, In I.. 1'. it< Cat old to Slarkn. Ha.
.'H. Ti, 0 ii. U UK, AkHiwid I'. M. Ill,.... I
work and that of Jumes Hill, attendant I;ry window framed maniac':, face. CVrlillLai Nn. 2JA tmilirnr, . y T. ft c.,',, aub :silo Kte, 'I 0 H, It. R,1rsemd :
y 2a. p. 22
I in charge!: and 1'alrick UilliKan, Some laughed arid l cried out in Rloo! It. M. l!:lli.num.

of Hartford, Conn., George DeKlmo: I at tho .sight of the( (lame*. Others Hiltrntii N... II.m"ra.( ... HouthwmtIjunrui "
,, of Nnrthwiat CJuurtiir, H.... l0. Tp." 1
and lioiirtfii Kriests t tho three utten-I stared moodily. Others vrenrlied at I II. It 22 K, 40 acrra." Aimramd. A. J. Crilllo 7

\ .. : dantx who were burned to death prevented I the barred windows of their cells and I I&crcn11I'd ,,CiTllhuiilv nl Non No.Ii".. ut till(Juurltr vmlirui-va, Stn. Html II. 'h 1'>,v.....t lOuinlir

a far greater holocaust. I in anguished:' fright for rciue. *- 8., K 22\ V 40 acnw. Aeswswd M..... KllInlh _
1 C lifllTia.llnlina < .
j Campbell manned u hose line and I I sad ..rtl hunt.< '" .I'A"' "| I lif., riiWitlmlaocoKllllK .
,In Ins" Inv deal. 'w II Ualln Ihnninn,
tg fought back tha llames while the others on the 12th lily of Munth A, I), in J.I.WHnpaa .

r Burl ted by Hill ran up and dawn ronniY KN:: KOUTK < my niniliil. aitrnnltirn npul, anal tlw*
I "III do yof ''.hrun'. A. I'. ivi't'
the UOi:! ) feet top floor corridor rousing II. W. ALOI'HMAN.I.Minll : .

I the patients with the cool order. : ( Princeton, N. J.) I 2-ll-lll.-a.il''" \ LliTk llinillnrd
"All up for breakfast. Tht'i'o! wUa: once n man from Nantucket -, -- .
of the necessariesof '
Is one As fast I as the mlnlac8--d'l'IuretJ by '114'K TO lHIHHltrt: 3p

8. III.'.I 1 1.101.| will III .I..I..d! |I..y. till bi *rd.
I Superintendent Marcus I). lleyinan to Who kcpl all his cash in n bucket; (until, truMtiHM of It,'n"n,1, | rminly, Klnrtil

life for Bradford have been the moHt daiiKerouH! on tho ]Hut 1m dautihter, named Nan I..r lltv niriuu of Ihs ......II..y "f lhi tmtietl .i
I "HtnHut. Inriilii, until. 1U .rtluult. A. in*. r>f
I island --could bd! in. dialed from their Kan away with u man, I March O. HUM. fur C
County people and that ; OmHfimt! Itlmln' .....h.. wit I It, 8 hors<. hllrK<
x room, they were marched In orderly I And an for the bucket, Nantucket.Chicufiro lilt,),Ji rn tit fiji-nli.lt umnuli-ttf. ,il-j-mfrli-l. ,m of
I i T1J886 1. mtioliintH. unit bide In Im for imuihlrM1, ilnllwoii -

n this fact is becoming more' .L nL itl.rlco. MiirliU _.
( 111.) 'llh' beam I it nerve* hot rluM to wjnel city

all But ho followed the pair to PIIWtuckot and all\ 10.1.,. K. a MrTIIPW: .

and more recognized \ C. A. .'111'1'11. OiMfrmvn: ,
.
Sann..1..)'. 2J.61X1a
S The man and the girl with tho buckl.tjAn.1 ; -, .--- --- ...
r the time is seen by the 11(1-: \I'I'IICATWN I"lilt 'FAX DKklUM ,
he said to the
1\1an. >Mt HM 'DON: ft/ft OK. lilt.

DAVISINSURANCE Ho was welconiu to Nan, I.KNMIAI: HTATIIIKHI
number of subscribers !..r'by\ not mr. IB tilviiii. thiit llwivrr Hrwinirthn .
new .
hut aa for the Luckctl'IIWtUl'lll't. ".m of Inv unto c<*.ftiltLHi a numlrtirtM.
r<>nuMiftv4ly| 1U6. *!2" unit Mil 'ImiiHiJ, by C..
added lntnlli'Llor uf lliml.onl courtly, Mnriil.' %
constantly to (New York) sad t ctrtilltiititt. Nina ..In"uu.. '.!. 1020. h...
t Itlkil. itltl ctftillt'aU'B' In my miler end! 1m..
I Then the pair followed\ pn to Jtan- mil In fuM'Hnitimi, fur .lux iheil. to I..... In *v
our list. Join the proces- ....r.l..n.'I.h Inw.
IlIIS8d. Said| e< rtilli HUM Hin-rtlvrly, cmbrmM.. 1h. *
Where ho held 1 the cimh ax an uIIsd; rnlliiulnit. lHiidn In UrH-Unnl, county, Plurbl., /
sion and find'out what STARKE UNlfcHlll. III lllU lllltW ll( the l Ixunnru of MCb,
But Nan and the limn, niltcittvn' In the, n........ n.Hiiuvl, vvly Ittirainufur -
pnrllculnrly e,*1 funk tu-wlt I
is home Stole tho money and ran, Ce'rtdl.Si., Nu. UL'il ,", hr....'. 8nulh, Hnlf of
T ,. ,. going on at 'J And IIH! for the bucket lunhnlllllt. fllk II in I.. T. A <;t* Hull IHv. N.... 2H, 'lp, *
-
H.. It Utf 1:ant. aNirHMDil, J. J. AtironH.rvitlllcnlu .
-- ., ... II llf ntttlh 't
1'MM"/ nh. W Ml
;
; .. and abroad i G ri: In 1.. T tt Cnn Hub "''v.. (ilo.. UH Tr'
Perfectly C'I"'t'henslblol./ 0 H., U. 1'2 nHmmHfil Jv ua .lohiivun teal )
I GGQeGGI' Tbe }nlluwlui''t( "i tI IVIIH inuil by ( ;iTiillniU/. .I.JN,,. 211! rmbriuuii: hot I tir Ulk l tIn
l.liuolii. (rity. MNHimiMiit Mitry Jnlnnr.
.
I lawyer on liehulf of MM client whole I'nliH' sold l iiTltUcnip/ hull bo rc.f"mm..lHP Ill

(') (i) I'oiv tiacl 1 been (tlllevl by u train : "If (or"llim to >law, tint deed. 'w II In mm' lht>rwmi .>. .,
Urn lit it Any of lit arch A. 1) 102'1.wanluw .
lie I triil; a had been ,run MH It 11.1.1 i IniVf nty ..lfh'I.1 l l Hlunntui a and i.,,1 1 this J

.. : been run or If ,Hit 'lull had l 111'1.. rant. (ho .loth day of jHtumry A. D. l"ii"
Fmel" | I : us Ir hlioiild, knee beer, niriR, or" It tin* Cli-rk Circuit Court !trn
I nhlHtlo, hail. been I'luun liii I,' sliouMliuvo Ily C. A. KNK.IIP, t.
(IA i.h. iK'puty' Clvrk y'
"'1 wan pale and thin, hardly C' been l.l.'iv. Inuli of| nlilili t Ii.>.> ill.lueitlier. a.J.lil-ft.a

able to Mrs. Bessie Hie ?n\\ ",-oud! lot huts btien4itiir I'
to go says / ) NOTKK: OK H4IK OK /14mlA.0o MIX' PICKKNf
UeardenT of Ccrtral S. C. "IVwould ,>i' w >n.i ..!It t. "to' klI.I"GflAIIII.AN'S I TOWN OPHTAKKK UONIHIforchy

1 suffer when stood on (g-) nolle l I. ycvt'n| that II. wmrd ntbimtl
with, bearing-down NOrKK. : TO Mt:l..I. HKAL KB-: IriiMtcrH of the I fawn" uf Mtiirhff FIuridL
Only $2.00 Per Year ( my feet 'TAtKNtil v III i n..ccivo Neil lid. lilila for iHu ptirrlmH nt
pains in my sidr'and. the lower 'o. In hereby ..h'.n in ull whom It may MI.IIIMUHl' Of WllliT snit I.luht I'I It It t I..,....
part of my body I did not rest I c eniicrrn. that Ihirly d"... uftvr ftNlv, hitrff>r, I, ttt I In 'Jown of Ht orb.. "Vloldn ur 1 t" .f..(lInclu.l I
well and didn't want anything; .rrli.[ Illnki, nil runnllnn nf II, W. Hl.l<.. ; ni< the 4th tiny of April .A. II.) 1041.Hahl ttt
for Six Months bnnda tin tn Im tUlvil In Out day
$1.00 bad and ,Jr.. 'h..n. Jllck Wllll. Fay Mick.. Woml-
to eat. My color was < July.' A. I), l II!>i2, sad are to )h. In thtt dxno.nln5t1n -
,,. I' 1 felt miserable. A friend of (fc-) row IIiLkH, end l tilin HlulH, minors, will ..polyto of 11.iiodou rash and! ,lu bt.r lnt.nHi
the Ifomirnblu It A Gnus county JU'I MIn nt Ibu Fete of 6 *r cunt *r nnnuuxyabl.
<
i in advance @ mine told me ol gc.Tha ) I end for llrmlfnr'1", ...unt,. Kliiriitn. ml hi. inil-nnnually.: on p the lint p tiny of Januiirrm : I

'."1.. III Hlnrko In ..111, vuuntjf.) at lu o'clnoli. .. >l July' of rail year with |nt.nt CU.UIMIIIntlnrhotl ,I
,' 9'i. in., 01 MM noon thtrritftwr .. tlt. m.ltrr fan Th. i>rln/ ii'nl. .m1 interest of red
\tn\ h iirili .ulhorlly to null: Nt uulillo I I urprlvatu iamb, are iiuynblu Hi the Hnnov NiitlonalItnnlt .
CAHDUi {, Kiilii.:"n unv-twvlfth undlvliku InlonetIn In fl| nit)' end Hint of New York.
the followlnic" dvHflribuil real VMlntu, In acid| I'he n ntu u it t of bomlM olTnnnlor unlit to
i luiuity, towitiA -''Itl.("IIIH III, and I ho prinq ,put of sell, Ixin.to J
ano-twnlrth" unillvlilxl Inlonut. In I Ibo Writ Hhnll I boI. no and payiiblu. U.O'iil' fill)( ihu nmtiliiv ,
1 llntr nf thn HrHltluifnt' tmrU'r mnl,! tliu Eat of filly: .wi't: < h ynr, 'btwlnnlritf: : wllh I lU A.ami .
t i, half of lh. Houthwrat" IJimrUT of Hoollon thinlyon. pmllnic 1U42. Itlflu( will !ha eonsWsd Ara
I tuwnnhlp" ....n Biiuth, r.n.. twenty ill to two o'clouk" p. m. on April (Ih, lUiEH.:
) Woman's Torc! ) two Eat ; .....pt a strip of Innil on the north t II blidlf r. are rriiulnid. to Mwmlt l with C... A.
.. Kuloh, t'li'rk of tliu Iniiril of bom! tniHtc of .
the of th Huuth-
llilu or NorthwMt" Juurtiip/
I
lh. town" of turbo. I'lorltln' a vvrtllUtl oluwli. N'
t. ( and I then re.nembered. my ,net Quarts/ and on tho NortlipftMt Quiirt far II.IMMMI""). mill cheek tu hll nrndu piiynblitlo lI. P
mother used to tike it. After ) jf thu Hoiithwcnt" tjiiartirr of about thru *.,*. fiio. C:, Win to, trtinnitrttr. of the hoard of
bottln 1 better. 1 I'Also nnhnlf sore In the Nurlhwvat" eornwr nil., 'trunti'C'B' of the town" cif Bt.rltv. t'I...-
tbe first was "f the Nnrllii'UKt Quarter of the Southwest" I Idtt..
.., began to flc!>hen up and I retained Quarts In Hvfitlon 'Illlrty-oria township" H0vm > .,11 bldil-r. shell .p.rlfy tha tint wltSU
Address all letters and remittances to 'a !: my strength and Rood; Huuth, Kanictt twaiity-two" rest, voliUifntiltfno whlt'h tn,, bldilcm will 1 oorniily with tint term.
healthy color. I am leellnijiine.! huilflrail ftrty-al unit one half .u,.., mornr tb n>of .ftor notlm Hi Rlven by tha p.id! clerk
I.... l-i OUal: bonrd .
UifUv
bond that
b <>f the of trtmUiH ry
y I took twelve bottles(of Cardul)) !JI Him 2lth( tiny of Jununry 11UI.: of .It.. bomlH can b. tnad.
( and haven't hall i f bit of trouble ;) CA IUtil' hicks frriilli-d; obrok .f..d to .hove hi to b*
Bradford County Telegraph since." _tiunriUBii: of Mlnom Aluivn Muntionffil. .di. .po.Hi d MH a ....'.nl.* of full compHun,
I of other s with the blrl. Mul,>mltt.il, and In the went '*
Thousands women NOritB!: or API'l.K'ATIOS YOU PAHIHIN'Ilk ncet'ptnnra of mirh bid and the fa lur on the
have had similar experiences In notice that I will on March 8, IUJ1, part l of the bidder tu comply with" the tense
the use of Cardul which has ir .a won thurrartvr mi I may b. ....'d. niilyTor | ttit rvuf. acme ahull, fr>a aonalilvrvd: : as lliulifaitfIttmHifi
Starke Florida "I relief where other ) pardon for Chester: A. iraliiim who and ua retained by the .board of .bond +
brought pltHii, KUilty, t4l muriUir. In the end ili..fn* In Inlet*fi.tfald .
( medicines: had filed. the BrHilforrl. county. circuit Court In July town of Btark bonds.. am to !he ,laird
If you suffer from female ailments I I"14. Anyone. Hi iirliiif may then boo heard on for the purpoaa of onutruetlnir and .nlnra.-
take Ccrdui. It Is awoman's ( the niarlU of the ." ..lIn.on. 'inu Ihs "watarworkii" and cirri rUl Mirht sent
WM. C. IIOI Eli. of the Town nt fitarfca. Florl.la. Haiti boa*
( medicine. It may beJjst a.I$.21. .23 Attornvy for I'ctitlonar, aru to b.. Bold for not less than par.Haid .
t r' what you' nc*d. ,- bade| an to he ...ld with the ai>provli..
At your druggist's or dealer's.A NOTICE, !: op nl'"n of M....... Siorvy Ihorndlka. Palnwv
.I \ Bti 8 To the ll'.numtilf. lioiiril fublla Instruction. & "Ifmltfft, bond attnrnrys of It ON ton. Mess
Th sad' board of bond truatr reservesthe
Bradford Klorlii
: County t tW
eM eGe ., the un 1tr' ,.ub..h..ul dmtrlct, petition your nonoralilnurnnl ) orflvr of the lunl, Ihunl' of bunt truntraar
_. the Town of Starka, Plnrida.J. .
.
-- to grunt un kn election "0 nlariro curd
( .I itrlet by .xt .ndtnK our 1 boun.l.irliHi u. tukan T. OU1OIKY.Chairman : ..
of the Hoard of Ilond Truntt* M,
ati 'B 'tl"n' la, HI, 42. 23. it ifi. 27 2X,
lu, and: a llwnttion J lu Kiwt: ui N ",21ii..;, all Town of Hlarkf. P'Irids.A *
4 ItitnuaM East ttrat I
In Township South
C. A. FOTCII.Clvrk .
/ Sltin.dIA.. If IIARLBYKKNKSr of Ihu Board of Bond Trnal

snuffy cold ? II. WKU.8W. !: Town of Htarka.. 5.241t-3-JS:
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r 0, .:. TOIIOIJl!
"": '" 11. W OICKKN OKOKK FOIL P""I.1'AT'ON
.
o' ;.' ..1, .t"l '.1, ) : 0/
MENTHOLATUM K.: E. 1IUKNKY In Cirrult. Court, HfaU nf Fiori.'... Kl-fb'l
.," w. ii. HKI.H; Jiiilfclal' Circuit llradfuriJ County in else*
I It. K. TIIKDK. ; wry.Hnrik.
clears the nosep.1Sr1e3 V. It. ICKLlDlrill: .- of Mtark. a Corrwmtfon. f I
'7 J. W. BARMRRI. ('uinplntnantta
.I. .1. M..t.EOU: ..
.r E. CUIFFISJu. A MalunN.: C. A, MoClunK, I
.-....-. T. MOORS end Lau a Donlry,
til 1 "', PINKINS I n.f.nItn'.
ti T. J, TKRItY | It upprnptn-r by affidavit ."...'n A. r.: 1'1'-' JeeJl: hill BU'tl In the ahuv. .Mitfttil, reuse that f...n*
To Stop a Cough Quick (1. H. PEARCE. A MrCIunir and O. A. MuClunir, two of fan I
age) T. I.. WAINWKIGIITII. n<'luntn therein named are 'nnn-rmlditnt.
HAYES IICALINQ :
XNEY. sugh PADOETTC.ICU of th. elate of Horlifm. and b litv. mrdicina Which awes the coiiiti by YOlJNd if South Mend In the ntiit of ,Indiiinn -
:!:alini tbe Inflamed and Irritated tiaras R. M. TRACY end .r.. over the aye of 4w" .nty'iiyvurn ,
A, M. HI.ANrilMID' : U .U the-Won. .
I :A >wx of GROVE'S OPENTKA1EALVE \ J. U IMRKKLL.: .voxidn! d.*r.ft<)i.nt. |I.. antSr.hr.bympol."
0" for Chest: / Colds. Head Colds and rouix ir HILL. irf to ninmr, tu 'Ioe 1 bill ftf .nmul. nt sled Is f
U enclosed with every boitlo u.IAYES' 8. J. FUTCH KMlft. CHUM on or ..* ,.... Mondny. Ihs 6th dry f
-f'Hip .
2-9 .f March A. I*, 10.it oth rwl, .. the .11...
: HEALING HONEY Tl.: c,ii" .rl...n. of weld' ->'ll will he I.k.n 8M aunfrSdby
hould be rubbed on the chest and tlir- NOT rit-or APPIJCATIOY rIR( TAr; I EEIUNDKK > sell, il*.fvntlantji.It .
., children tulTerlng from n Old or Croup : HFI TION. (71 OP TUB: m further bnl.-r...J. that thin order IM
(.KN1CIIAC HTArUTbd >uhihh.d\\ one. a week for four conapfii'lv
J The halln9.S-t of Havn' Kmllna Kofti-y inV thereby notfc la irivan tnt A Z. Adklna' .10) In I th* Mradfonf. Cnunlv Tc1..irraph, a Ir
Y. do t*, 1 thro.l rofnhiaml with the h.*nn4. .ttirt nurchiuar of tax a5i..rtOret.s: ; numbvr y civ PPeo-Tate Salve thruuith the .p.mtb rrtuwrtlvtly 102. ION. U7. 147, III JHH. 1H.I.IRS. Thta' January 91. 1923.
kin ...OD"ope. uuiuih.brfh M4. Ml. IHI' INS, 803., tit, 2211. 280.: 211, U. W ALDF.RNAN
S | ...mtMI..re. put'kml In on*cartno and tau ...u.., by the tar olt.vtor for llradfonl euun ,ig.al> Clerk CI..... t ,'ou.&..
.oet uf the cuiHblQmJ. Uv.fm, b' .U Jell f Ly. Florida fail ..,lIn..,.. b.ln.. daud Au- Ily C. A. KNIC.HTDcput! +
Just ask your druggist for HAYES: eat 2. '!l20. 10_ flt,.d anid cartlflfati, In my ? Clerk
ntfica and bas mada ttDplieatlnn for has drndlu D K KVIGHT.
-I HEALING 1I0Nf.Y. ,..u. In .........n.. with l law. The old. Solicitor for Complainant. J.a.II""8-r .

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t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA .FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1923.l .

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i t the University of Florida Experiment the farmers are worrying about fertilizers 'an assortment to any resident of your with relatives.
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I "'i j r .I Station be is growing his own. There county who writes for them. I Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville, wai,

} \\} {"-..-..............................---.....................'.......--.\ ".I lany parties," tho statement says is no doubting and praying for ferule i, I also have, for free distribution a a business' visitor here Thursday.

I'' t "are taking advantage of the farmers' soils and good crops this year, number of 1921 year books of,the dc- Miss Emma Johnson spent tho wee

With The Bradford present urgent, need for Homo means next year or any year with him. Just par4ment of agriculture. These are end with her parents in Hampton

i ; : ot fighting the boll weevil and are advertising grow plenty of legumes and turn a compiled annually by experts of the Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins an,

and selling) prejjaruuons and nood portion of them back into tho department and contain a great deal children, of Starke, were guests .Ir

Farmers boll weevil 'remedies' of various cloKCriptiOllH. soil and the problem is solved, says of useful information on agricultural Mrs. M. E. Edwards Sunday.

> l\\ ? County ." ."1'. Jones I mutters. | Mrs. Joe Starling and son, Morrell\

J According to the statement this is This farmer explains that several Ve ry truly yours, of Jacksonville, spent a few days with
Fi I._...........,........................................................_.........._ I history repeating itself; these things years ago he became interested in the FRANK CLARK. | relatives here last week.

-J have been sold to farmers for the last wuric of the Florida Experiment Sta- I Buford Illgginbotham was n visito. ,

; c .. I :M years, and the persons selling them tion. He had noticed that where velvet "RED" MENACE .\ FRAUD SAYSDEIEC'IIVK here Sunday

.1 1 .:." CONFERENCE TO FUKITIKU "It has now become apparent that have usually made a "clean-up" by beans had been grown on the sta ; IN SlAlEMEVl' Miss\ Lena Frigo, Jacksonville>,

TIUWAIC ON:/ BOI.I WEEVILS: there must bo unity and the fullest the timu the farmer has had time to tion's land a year or two before, the II( visited her mother Sunday.
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co-ordination among all the forces fiiyl out through trial and experience crops were much better than those on Secret 1'oljj-e Manufacture Tales For Mrs. W. E. Torode was transacting
i President Harding, 1't.djC"Micl! of the uiumoncd to this struggle. In securing 'I
that the preparations are worthless. adjoining land where beans had not Bleeding Wealthy Men business In Starke Friday.
i Government; Against Peal. this, I have no doubt that an effective Some advertisers are even claiming been grown. Noticing this he talked Mrs. S. A. Bryan and Misses Ollie

J -- ::: correlation of the efforts of I that their particular cure is attrac- with specialists of the experiment Big detective agencies of the Unit I Mare and Myrtle Reddish, of Starke,

Atlanta, Feb 20. The National the cotton states would bo a long first tive to the weevils, and that the wee- stations ed States arc inventing "red" men- Visited relatives and friends here last

q "? Cotton Conference for Boll Weevil step and that it would win the hearty vils literally fall over each other in Immediately! he put what he had aces to keep rich men paying. heavily Tuesday.J. .

'. I control met hero today for i a two-day ml substantial assistance of the na- getting to it and eating it. i l seen and been told into practice on for protection, and then are tricking I' A. Howe and George Anderson j

J, session with scientists, agriculturalists tional government. "Such: claims are as attractive as his own farm. He now explains that' radicals into committing violent deedsso I were visitors to Starke Sunday. I

and business: men in numbers in Co-operation Essential they are insidiousfor no one dares to soil which six years ago scarcely grew : they can make arrests, accord- Earl Roberts, of Gainesville, spent

I attendance from over the cotton producing "Various drastic programs have say that a substance attractive to the ten bushels. of corn to' the acre now |I I ing to statements made by Albert Ua- I the week-end her with his father, K.J. I '

; Htutcs and, nation. suggested for dealing with this situation weevils will not be discovered," Dr. grows twenty-five bushels. Asked to lin, self confessed spy and radical Roberts. j ;Jil

q 1, '-. Thu first! session was called to order ; none of which could be made i\ewell's statement says. "The farmer give his formula for soil improve- agent.. Balin is on trial at Chicago Charlie Wilkerson, of Muxville, wa 'it

', V this morning by Dr. Miller Reese effective without cooperation throughout should remember, however, that ment, Mr. Jones replied: with 19 other men, charged with advocating Ih town Friday. r'iJ,

Hutchison<<: of New York, managing the cotton growing section."I thousands of experiments have been "I never, unless absolutely unavoid- criminal syndicalism. Lonnie Prescott and Max Wimberlyof

I tl director of the campaign to exterminate venture to suggest that the At- made during the lastly years and able, grow the same crop on the same Balm, alias Ualanow:! swore that Highland, were visitors here Sat-

thu 1 bull weevil. lanta convention might well study the I failed to disclose any substance more land two years in \succession. Maybe he had worked fur the William J. urday.

1 .. Thu conferees went into session with possibility of an inter-state treaty i attractive.to the weevils than the corn one year, thtto cotton the next, Burns and the Thiel detective agencies I Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett, of
among thu cotton states, along the 'growing cotton itself. I I then peanuts the third year. On some
President Harding pledging la the at the same time as an expert on Gainesville, spent Saturday and Sunday
I general lines of! the treaty or contract "The Florida 'of land I work in truck !
of short
I I I : grower staple my or vegetable radical questions; that he had sold here with her mother, Mrs. M. E.
government. lately negotiated! among the several cotton will find by the application of crops. But regardless of what'' the secret reports: of the Thiel agencyto I Edwards.
states of the mountain and southwes- the 'Florida method' I each I that lanI'
of boll weevil grow year, plant on the Burns people; that an oincial David Reddish, who was called hereon
tern regions for conservation of com- control, developed: during 11)22( that some leguminous crop-velvet beans, '
I of the Burns agency picked hm pock. account of the death of his father,
) (' Into Mo'iil.iy in ro mon interests in the Colorado river. he can produce (UO per cent of a normal peanuts, cowpeas or beggarweedand et and stole the 'J'hiel reports, and Jesse' Reddish, returned, to his homein
'ltcr Tho Colorado, river pact seems to indicate and do it for cost not to I to turn at least half
crop a manage
; I'J Ij' to I'reu'dtnt: Ilardinir/' :( vii that he was told thu lines of a pns8iWe agreement exceed $1.70 an acre. Certainly this these various crops into the soil. That
I oil the nation's head, designating him destroy property and throw bombs sothut'Burns' Lizzie Dupree, of Jacksonvillespent
among the cotton states, for: unification would be a better Investment than tale provides fertility. Then I keep the
UN "commander in chief of all _its institutions men could arrest thorn. last week here with her parents,
including the national I of effort against the weevil. purchase of some 'patented cure' ;on. land from washing in winter;, I grow Terrorized Kuh Men Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Byrd.W. .
"It is only through such an agree I which ho knows and some winter cover on the land
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campaign for boll weevil control. I cermng nothing crop t Agents of two detective agencies A. Harvey, of Baldwin, visited
t "....II'lnnthe Situation" IK the subject ment among the states that assurance which has no endorsement other than and this keeps tho fertility in the soil 'were instructed to incite radicals to I relatives here Sunday.Col. .
could be had, of complete subordination that of the seller, himself': I ,instead of it washing That 18'
to bo discussed In line I away.
I by men every bomb throwing, window breaking and I J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville,
f of local interests to common concern Particulars the I built land. The I
i concerning the Florida way up my experiment -
of the cotton
industry today. I rioting, Belunow asserted. Then, he was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. .
Speakers at the afternoon session Even the national government method may be obtained by writing station showed me how." I declared, officials\ of the Burns and \ and Mrs W. E. Torode and

al \ will be Ex-governor: I U. I. Manning, of could not, in my judgment exercise to thu State Plant Board of Florida I Intel groups asked for and received I children spent Sunday with relativesin

I South .ar.wh. will talk on 4'Thci I all the authority necessary to carry) I or to the Florida Experiment Station, EXTRACTS FROM: REPORTS OF largo of with which Baldwin.Mr. .
sums
,..__ _.. .? forward the unless itshands I money to
n n ,. campaign both air Gainesville. COUNTY AGENTS I j
View. J. CUAABIA vice
I i I.-IIIUTS : I continue the campaign against the and Mrs. M. Davis, of Jackson
\tiI I president of the Interstate CottonSeed were upheld by such a commun- I "reds." The rich men paid the money,, ville, were visitors to Lawtey Sun
I Crushers association; VC. E. ity of purpose among the states ARE YOU DOING \MORE TIIANSHOOTING Santa Rosa-This week I have held Belanow ;

I Every Resource at Disposal WOODI'ECKERS TO five -farmers meetings, all of which ,I swore. day.Clyde
1 Hntchmoii 'oC the
MCU president Several hundred windows were bro- Moaeley, of Palatka, has accepted -
"It is not needful to assure you thai CONSERVE FLORIDA'SFORESTS were well attended by farmers. Have
American Cotton Manufacturers association ken by strikers as result of his a position in Young's Depart-
i a own I
o every resource of the technical and ? delivered 200 pecan trees to the farmer I I
and George M. Scott
a I il l president scientific departments of the efforts, directed by the Thiel agency. ment Store.
i! of! the New York Cotton Exchange govern. He declared that on another occasion Joe Marr visited relatives in High-

I'1 ,1 1 ; 1>. E. Rander, head of the U. ment will be, and are, at the disposalof A man who was enthusiastically Interested several members of the Burns I land Sunday.
\ '' S. Chemical Warfare Service and the managers of this crusade. I in forest conservation stop- Walton-Advised a farmer this agency
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Jack
approached him and offered to manufacture Vviikerson, of Maxville, was
: } Senator poke Smith will dulivqr addresses hope the convention will deal with its ped once in the middle of a speech on week in planting the largest grape bombs for him if he would here Sunday.
great problem, in a broad and that vineyard ever planted by individual -
comprehensive subject.
the Shaking an accusing any
at session.
ji : evening find "reds" to throw them. L. U. Hill and W. E. Torode were
: ,1't ._ I J ... The 1'rfildent'n Letter way and its deliberations may finger at his hearers, he shouted, "I in this county. Also advised in Joined "Red" Societies transacting business in Starke Mon
.c, The letter addressed to the head prove a milestone on the way to vic- venture to say there is not a man in the'setting of a 100-acre field to pecans -
Agents of the Thiel and
t quarters of the national campaign at I tory in this warfare for humanity. this audience who has ever lifted a satsumas, sand pears and June Burns offices day.Alex
were ordered to join radical and Rufus Williams, of Jack-
I organizations .
"Most sincerely yours, hand to prevent the destruction of blueberries. The latter is the largest ,
our
\ Atlanta, Ga., follows: sonville were
i and furnished visitors here Monday.
1 were with f
"WARREN G. HARDING." field of fruit in the I
4 "My dear Dr. Hutchison: forests. If there is an exception, let county.
An
\ I radical literature to distribute and airplane exhibition was scheduled -
_. I1 "I wish to record In the most ear. I him stand up. flaming speeches to deliver, Belanow for Thursday afternoon, but ow-
COTTON FARMERS WARNED OF I A thin Levy-Have assisted in inoculating
'I : 1 nest terms my support and sympathy earnest-looking man stood swore. While working for the Burns ing to engine trouble, only two flights
II "PATENTED BOLL WEEVIL up. He carefully laid a on his 207 hogs this week for cholera con
: in behalf of the national movement paper I
;* UE IEI> trol. agency, he declared he was sent to were made, W. lL Edwards, Roy
r : ,J for the control of the cotton boll weet IES"I chair and nervously fingered a corn several meetings to make radical ad- Vaughn, Volley Kelly and Percy Starling

.. vil. Tho convention in Atlanta, I am cob pipe. Looking directly at the -, dresses. making the flight.Dr. .
"Cotton farmers should be cautious and with tremble InJlls Hamilton-Darwin, a scientist, advanced
speaker slight
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t will be' of the
sure, representative
t Officials of the two agencies aidedin W. I. Powell's subject for next
,) cotton producing business and of the about investing their hard earned [ voice, he said, "I've shot wood a theory and it has been at- !
the faking of Sunday at Grace church will be Sacramental -
rewriting of .
vast of industries which directly I money in proprietary boll weevil poisons peckers, and I think that ought to tacked and doubted. Barnum, a cir I reports
array are
i labor union meetings, Belanow declar services at 11 a. m., Ep-
reads a statement recently isV help some." cus man, advanced a theory that no !
,; dependent upon the output of ed. "The of worth 7 m., and lecture at 7:30
i Knights the Red Star, p. : .
1 sued by Wilmon Newell director of Ami one has ever doubted tried to- dis-
the cotton fields It Is to be hoped j to hear specialists and officials or j Was a fake "Methods of Daily Living."
organization and
It/ that be I I "" on this subject, one is inclined to believe prove. Who leads the world! in' pure
a practicable plan
may simple he said, and was only another Quite a large number from here attended
.1 that this is about the extent of thought, the practical or the scientific
} brought out for placing/ this warfare "I church in Baldwin
J A BAD\ WAY" means of frightening rich men so afternoon,
the mind ? Be practical; use the Florida
}. on a national scale and for enlisting !I1 eljTorts made by the average citizens follows
I that they would pay' enormous sums as : Rev. E. D. Boyer, Mr.
of Florida method of boll weevil control, farmers
to
\1 1"I" whatever forces are necessary to in- : -" -. prevent thu laying (I to the detective agencies. and !Mrs. J, W. Barber, Mr. and Mrs.
If waste of its rapidly vanishing timber are being told.MarionMelons. |
I. effective results. /
-9 nitre I Wrote Ihrnntit in .\.n R B. Moseley, Misses
> Mary Boyer,
1' I If your bJH'k:1'| 'l) out Y
I I / ; supply.
Menace i
Nationwide Charges that Allen t ; : Ethel Drawdy, Emma Andrews
.. j Hecomex lamen. .'k : and tomatoes O. Meyers, of Joyce
I I or aclilng; "The worst of our forests isthu are
"The enemy
of the boll
: weevil
;g ravages I
It urtnniv lnijbl"n, .rt in, coming all over the county.vln tha Burns agency, had him go to thu !, and Claudia. Terry, Enza, Wilma, Del-
up -
I who in the
man persists burning
.J have long since passed the point I !
) Thiel la and Louise Blanchard
L. Loadholtz
Pprliapi, agency, a rival bureau and ,
to
our kl.lncVH; ,
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are a
quiries are coming thick and fast for
woods be ho cattle who
;. where it constitutes local tate, owner, wants I
n or
u .1 I bayay." advice control of il.sens write a threatening letter to. the post Ben and Clyde Rowe, Louis Black, ,
merely sectional threat, lit a pre-tmi- I DonnV Kidney rills new grass for his cows, or turpentine on measures master of New Clyde Moseley Fonzo Griftis t
i I me for weak and insects. Our York City, were miido I' Bryant
official who es people are getting I
travels
I public
nently operator, one -
k important agricultural staple. j kidneys. | by Balin, who later admitted that he and Roy Reddish
: The.stenace i is, now recognized in' In- i I I,, Local evld, m ft proven "ilielr merIt. over much of the state lecently posted on thu proper methods of had worked for three different i I|I The freeze of Monday morning
''I employers
,t s volving our nntlonal prosperity and ,; t.. It. Iii:, : noun retired tin vflllns remarked. "Tho man who burns the handling their crop enemies. with
played havoc strawberries
I aj> one time, and sold them in this t
.f .a threatening the whole world with I| man, Main Ht Sarlo, gays' : "I bad woods ought to be arrested for arson out to one another section, for a few weeks
suth a shortage, of textile fibres ad I a great d. nl of rouble t with my kid just as much so as ho who sticks fire Wnkulla -A co-operative order of anyway.
The Some estimate that 95
would constitute an universal calnmy. np) s !lit St. Poter. Inii-g, Florida, somo to stores, ware houses or residences cotton seed for our furmu rs has been k hearing was temporarily halted per cent of the
years aso./ There( received and distributed. and another when thu premature explosion of aphotographer's berries were killed.,
Despite what, hits been done by' wit a soreness There can be no essential difference, I
national and state/ authorities and across the small or mj buck t and I unless it Is in the intent. However, order is being made. Cotton acreaguis flashlight wrecked the Habitual constipation cured
byl I felt pretty lunu. I milTored wlih severe office where the hearing was being In 1 14
1 the various interests concerned in the to make up for the moral difference/ being increased. to :21 Days
b v \ I pnlna In the back of my head s. I conducted.: The blast blew out all the "LAX-FOS WITH PEP: 5N"
I Industry, It must bo recognized\ that and the man who burns the woods does ., is a upcclnnf-; ,
j everything seemed In blur. A windows '
n St. Johns-Our county exhibit at severely injured Miss Ida prepared Syrup Tonic-Luxa'Jve for Hn bi tua !IICoutltipation.
the campaign against this has wry<< much more damage than the man
f peat! neighbor lulvliied .
mo to try Daan's ilvermun, court commissioner before It relieves promptly but
1'i been a steadily losing one. The ituatlon I Kidney Pills. and! they helped me> who burns houses, in almost every the South Florida fair won 26 ribbons, whom tha deposition should bu taken regularly for M to 21 layt

1 grows worse from Benson to | horn the .si'irt. One box at Doan'scured case, certainly in the ultimate." 17 of which were blues. Total. prize I and was being made, to induce regular action. It Stimulate and

aouson. It must be met with measures I! me"Price Continuing, the official said, "Any. money won was $210.50.FREE ( ( probably fatally injured the photographer R">'!.nlntes. Very Pleasant to Tak: 90eocr ,

.;, of such scope and l width as to I : OOc at all dealers Don't one who visits the state's manufacturing j, whose Capt. Nicholas McDonald, bottle. ,
right arm blown Some.. -
olF.
,pP get tho situation firmly In hand. Industry nhD' .1,111"0 iiitmilv", --gelDoan's plants whiqh us? wood in their SEEDS j of Bailin's was ,, Cures Malaria, Chills:
private and docu-
Kidney 1':1'-1: ihu papers
science and public 1 1r'F same that products, and who will then make a
lions must be insured I for administraf whatever f Mr, K'txtm.ui:: : Inn!. Foal: r-Mllburn study of what Is being done to reforest I have for free distribution a considerable ments being used as evidence apparently 6 6 6 end Fever, Dengue! or
Co., Kfrs. I.uffalo, were destroyed by thor txpfosie\ B.lious Fever.
:: program/ la: adopted j _.. ,Nh jl will soon realize that a.very serious quantity of vegetable and of
Y ,r rkc.. d U +! problem-a gigantic problemis flower seed and will be glad: to send I disappeared in the excitement., f j

s J fast approaching the lawmaking: JOHN Will FE&C3.
LAWTEY
J bodes; and the agricultural( developersof \J.'r' .' ': '"

C T y the sLut .. Every' month's delaynow ," "-ras rhatltyen;' nr'.' ttj '* vifoH'j ....1111'hln. I '- \ I LOU1SYltlt, KY.ltabls'lralt37 fit: :
IF B! IOUS SICK \ : .
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means future years of timber :! the blmxl.' Y ?> ,'n won. tic t- tt'tr.Tjj., Lawtey, 23.-Mr. and Mrs. R. .;. J
"'Lea' l"vhlorQtJlI tnrt Prler..ea.r ,,1\1.\ Tracy spent Sunday with relativesin 1laerd naoetmen/and fur ;. f. .. %
scarcity. lull Value bald /f; '
J "Tho problem Is essentially a' state Macclenny. : Furs'I ; .. 11'

and national problem, but individual I Free Flower Seeds I( J. B. McCuIley, of _Jacksonville, Raw .
pent several I .
days in
Lawtey last
CALOMEL livestock men lumbermen turpentinemen ,
} TAKE NO You will bu clad; to know that lientinge' week transacting business. '
t' fi and others may do much to prevent : "The South' Seedsman," will 111'n,1 Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. j' TQ V1COrove's
further waste: and destruction. give away about 2,000.000 packets ot Tasteless chill Tonic:: res-orrs(
the woods I seed the South' most popular flow- of Starke, visited relatives] here Fri 'j Energy Vitality d
-- 'Stop burning ; stop cutting 1 ft day. i and by Purifying end\
r timber as though we had unlimited '' ers t its spring. I j|1 Enriching! the Blood. When you feel its
'f': "Dodson's Liver Tone" You Better Than I' There te nothing In the home tbat Mrs. J. C.'Adkins and children, of i 1 strengthening t
Straightens: Up quantities of it; plant a tree for every can compare with rich colored flowers. Gainesville, spent several! ofl1ting effect, sea howIt
cut down; these rules if days here brings color to the cheek
one are and how
?: r: ; : .. < They brighten us all up and! make any last week at the horn3\ of I!
'I her
Salivating, D Calomel I a. d Dossn't Upset t observed all will to solve ths' I mother it Improves tbe
:?. N/I gcrcis by help house attractive: Yo-i can't plant: too! j Mrs. M. E. Edwards. appetite you flil then tGre"o
I problem." i many flowers and this opportunity to 11 : appreciate I lu true tonic value. {%

)0 You-Don't Losa a Day's Work-Read Guarantee I get Shirley Poppies, Ev nesting Flowers Hearst McClcllan of Daytona, was I a Tasteless chill Tonic (is simply
Zinnias Coimoj and Mexican the guest Sunday of fro'/
Burn Mr. \
and Mrs. L. and Qulnlr.o suspended in
LEGUMES: nUILD t'P: SOIL FERTILITY syrup. S>
;
ing flush abeolu ely free l is certainly to II. Hill pleasonl'evcn, children like
1 It.. The blast
N You're billon I Your liver in liiff- you a Imttlo! of PoiNnn's Liver Ton. be welcomed by all readers of this Mrs. E. D. Boyer and ne-jdi QUININE to
little Purify It
daughter and
4' paid, You fei't 1 lu/, )', iltrfy nod. all for a few omit. under my personalnmnvyliiii'k paper. I Enrich it' IRON to
a knnckol. l out. lour )lund in dull. jour guarantee that each spoonful Farmer Tells How he Built Up Land You can get th.m! Just write to'' Jewel, went to Jacksonville Sun- Destroys Malarial! germs and
-"gilt it ci'Armli: I breath! had, l : ototiioolio \\ill rleanoiii' sluggish liver In-tter And (How He Keep It Up Hastings': for the new 1923 Catalog It day, where they will spend a few days Grip germs by lit Strengthening., Invlgcrmird ;; -
and 1 iKtwvU, o.instI >" t..1. Hut don't than! a doao. of nasty e..lomealul\ that I, tells you how to get flower reeds free. I FnVct.! JV/ :?.

.. fake allvatini( caloiiii'l. It rnakei you It won't make you: sick It has 100 pages of b.auttful photographic ,
i, t nick, you inii' :. Ii..,'i< a (dulL",1 I hi nicrviiry. or iiluUilver| n..41i.'ino.'Ol'U know I It next llorn' I sufficiently abundant, cheap and of garden flower and field seeds,
which call"* necrosk of the bont'ii.i Ing litM'aiiKO you will wake \ip fueling I dependable has been found by at least 1 bulbe and plants. and also l Is full of
oruslip. Into bile;! like IIin- liver will lie working,
i aliiim'l onr your your helpful information that l Is needed tirc iDii-
dvnnontc. imikinn It up. Tlmt' when one farmer of this state. That source
almost In
dally Southern home.
4 vni foci l that awful nausea and ever
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ngiilur. You will feel like working; velvet .
rrnmptng.f as bans, cowpeas, peanuts, and
published you will be mighty: "IadYOU'vS
) you want to e.tloy tlio nteoot, Min'll,,, t ho cliorrfivl; full of rigor and
Jt\l..t, \ liver and dour' ) clriuiHllia yon' e nd, ,;lion. beggarweed and soybeans. The farm-j i got It Just write and ask for
I ever "cprrlenneil: jtittr: tnko n. p. niif.l )DiHUmi'it Liver Tone in entirely er is William Jones, of Alachua | the new CatalogH. ,

of Iinllnliytt" 1.1",d'un'e liver Toiui t..i- WtnMu, therefore harmless and run a HASTINGS CO, -
sillI :. ; \ not ,..II V 1ft<>. Give it to your children ty.Mr.. Jones says that while many of |' Atlanta' Co.i s




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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23. 1923.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELE'.KU'H.' ; STAKKE. KLOIUUA! I'\a r 1'1.\11";

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E ..1D Mm a.. l:" .:,,[ .mj 'E1P mz I Ii'3 23: Bl'KN: TO DUATHMIKN: FlUB procession to the fireproof dining hall, rertlllriilr 1-inculy--- embrucj- ---the-- fallow.--p a

Inn luiiua in Iliailloid, ,, '
(.ouniy, runula, ,
SWEEPS :MEW HHUSYI.U. Ior" far from the scene of the tire. rut, ..t the I date, of the I..u..... uf curl c aa.vi .rlitl.at.H -- 5

I I Seventy of the 02 inmates of Ward l n Hit name. ......*..tit.'ty, hvreinal- r
"r purllvularly act forth taws : I
t'nt.twtI. of Maddest: Iniiiatt-s and 43! had been led or carried to safety sell <
I jimr'tiTor sou1.1.., ?, {.(ps;; !,.tN .rflhx.t I
Three Inmates: IVrihh 'In lll.uo I when a huge watertank in tho blazing l",mn.y Litniirb 1.k .. 12. Tn, H. 8., II. 20 B. .- .
.u UK. \ "..M.ned! C. C. Jolina..
1 attic crashed through tho ceiling com-
I : .So: III* .nil.i ll"U South Half at ;
1r 4.I S.r.u7
: New York, Feb. 18--A terrific blast plotcly blocking the corridor that lot! .' Tp. T 8.. K. 20 Eaat, 40 Mrn*
., I.. T. !Ih.
.net by drodtft'Siin\ IlilU' Gate la..t 'to safety, and tilling: the hall with B..r-iJ''c.ei': :' PolShr"c.. 'lob, 4 and E

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night uickeil the buildings on the (lames and smoke City firemen, 0.1 C. N. Shll... > 1'-11 Aawy,

\llInhlllllll': state hospital for the in.Mime | lighting their WilY past the blazing C.rtnlrnl.. No. U7 embrueea Norlliw.-at
(Will. err ..il, Soulliwnit ....
QU.III. l&, Tp. .. ,
on Ward's island In the East riv- I barrier brought out several struggling S- II. 'I' R: 'IU "''"'.. \..'"ed It. I IJ. K..II".

er and set the 0,338 inmates? towering; screaming maniacs sad several ter Ct'rlllicalu of Jv.ivlliw.8l No. Ull Quarter embraces. at Holltheant 801lh..1ju.Qua..*.

and w.ulinir with n SCIIHU of impending l- I who Were overcome hy smoke, while '"' *. T1.| s> '*. ": ". JO "...... AaauMcd >
M. 0. Karri.
doom. [ dressing for "breakfast.. Moot of theI lirtiltuiio No. ISO cmbraora Nnrlhtaiit' .

Attendants r !meJ them and got I I d.'nd were found In tho room and cor- Quarter of Narthwtat Quarter of rlouthiaM t
Quarter ek Soulhvvi.t Quarter of Northwant,
them to bed, I.but before morning thu I rldora beyond the fallen tnnlc. Severnl Quaru uf iiuultwiiHl Quarter, Me*. 0, 'J',. T
H.. It. ill B.. ii. .......... AM.iisori M.... Man
doom fnntasivd by the disordered worn believed! to have been buried C. Thornm.lurllllinln' .

bruins, had coma through for 22 of : beneath debris when the floor nbova .' No. 1611:\ emlmret' North Half .of
hiiulliio t QiiHiler of N."h..Lu..I./ ... II...
the maddest. They hail been burnedto f.'RVOVIA)'. II. rp 7 8., It. 21 K.. UO nuns. A.. aaed W.
'
( liiylort'.rlinmle.
rf death in u fierce fire whkh swept The Q'2: patients 'imprisoned Karl No. IKII ..mh."... Boutbcni.t

the ucHtvinj; of thu main building; II it: on tho third flo..r. where the (ire\ lunrlor of Norlhwrnt Qunrlcr' of Nurlh.4"1'1" ....'
\ S.o. Id'I'p, 7 8., U. 21 Jo:., Ill ...'.....
Three heroic attendants died l with the took its toll were described by Dr.Heymari ,>., >H.ti Unknown. 4
I l.riniinlf N... Ififl rmbraneil South Half nf W
inmates striving to the last to rescue na "violent homii'iilnUy Inclined Suulhvrii. guarlnr at Hoiithwc Wunrur, ala

them. men," any one of whom might I(17 nknov, Tp,'nCtrtllUale VS.. K. 21 K.>: Xl: surer Anniiiaee ,

: Hospital authorities and City Medical suddenly have turned murdurously on Nu. 1(11( .mh,..-.. Want Half of sf
W..t Half, of Soiithweat
.
Quarter Hue U\, In.i
Kxtimincr Norris who rushed to his rescuers. Hut till coolly lid tho ntfend.int ( r).. K JJ! li, 4.1 ........ Amimeit J. M. lt..-

ThTelegraph the acme, said that in ull probability work that only in a few cases Inr,
IVrlillcnlv
i ( No IHI umbracoa North Half of j
the blast had been the immediatecause wero there instances of struggles N.", 110".1 vuurlir of. rloutliraitt. Jester and
Easel: llmc-iuiirl..r of South HeIr' nf' JII."h......' ,a
of the fire. According to their against or attacks on, the nttemliint) -imrl.-r of' .s.iulhra.t Uuarter. II..... HI, '.....

theory it caused, break in the insulation and firemen. 0- H lorlill.-nlu, II JJ E.I Nu..1\ urns.e I"H.I:! ambraoi. ...'01! C.Southweat H IIR''....

of electric wires in tho building.A While the rescue work wart being (hin.i.r. ul. Houinwml IJimr.Hr and Moutn Half

short circuit they think did the carried forward the HameN burst out I of> Ni.rlliw.nl NurthwvHt. '' quarter Quailur, of uf Northivnit Houthweet: :: Quarter.if Quarter:: 4

Koutliv.kt LJunrl.r **.e. 2'J. 'I'". ft N.. I..
rest. the roof of the building and lightedup
I I I I K.. ,,11 BLr.... AKKIWUI.) C.: It. .......1..
I Tho lire was ,discovered at 5:05: : a. the entire Island. Screams of the I- t"i-rl /llcntiNo. Mi imbracen. hant Half n.
No"hc.\ IJuu.l.r, nf "Hour hums Uuurli-i. 8.' ..
m., by Mil'hue! Campbell: \ an attendant ,i tcrritifd. patients nearest the flames II. 'IP. 6 S, It. 'U V.. 2u ........ Aan._- ,

r ,* in Ward 4J.: in which ull the fatalities I! roused I the entire population of tho I Mm.( < 1'1111'10 Minnl., V No linn.II.a.'l embrnren.y.. lula. a and T,

occurred. His calm heroic madman's ,Me, and in a twinkling every !Ilk 2i In I., T. 01 Co a add to tilurKe, 1\...
I M. 'r,.. Hi\ )? U. ti K,:, A..,... I! I'. M. IU....... ,
SrtSfenS work und that At James Hill uttendunt window framed m.iniao'.s face.Soule Cfllitltnle, No. S-'li enibrni-.e Illk ttHjIn I. I
y I T. & Lon .;., dlv. Nuo. I1H, rp. 6 5., Itiiu R.
in charge and Patrick i iI laughed and cried out in glee
llilligun ,\,..... d U. M Kllfnum; "

I of Haitf.ird Conn., .GoorgL DelOlmo ut tho sight of the flames Others (..lllllralo No, tae enibmcea Houlhweet
IJlmiM.i. or Northwut ""rlur. tI..... 10 'J',.. f
and urge Io'rielB. thu three attendants stared. moodily. Others wrenched lit I H. U 2* I';.. Ait ..ere',. Aemwii.d A. J. Crilfla., ,

,: i who wero burned to death, pro thu biirri-d windows of th'ir.11" anti :. 11u"r"C.irtlllaute 1,1, Noitluv.i No, tub Quml.r unbrneva H.,.. HnilllixveHt II,, TIK f

vented a far greater holocaust. screamed in anguished. fright for rescue 9, It J2 K.; 411 acre.. .'..M.I,,.| Mra. "Kliuetilth : -
C. 11 I'r1R.'
Campbell manned u hone! line and Iinl.., Kind cerllllrnlt. ahull,' 1.. rediHin.nl.
t j recording to h,... lux .I.-.I. w II laser thi.roim,
buck the flames while others
the
fought on 'Hi. I2lh tiny ..f Miirvh A. II. IUJ.I.

'' diiiM.ted! by Hill, ran up and down por.ruY KN UOUIKPrinceton Wltnoea my oin.lMl cb.natare and anal pee'
I |.h du yet bruniy. A. l II. 1\12\ .'.
I the SOU feet. top floor corridor rousing II.! W. A 'MILKMAN.inmll : ,

the patient! with tho cool order. : I ( N. J.) I 2U6tl.. l Clerk:llrudr.iril, Circuit C...t'-uurl.."1'. Kla.

All up) for broakfust. There was once u man from Nantucket -- ..
Is of the necessariesof I"
one As fast as the maniacs-declared bySupciiiiUmlcnt NOTICE. TO IIIIMIKHMBviil.il :

Who all his cash in bucket! .1.1.In will Iou ru.ulvu.l. l.y. the Ul anl )
Marcus II. to
life for Bradford I Heyman Kept a ; of hand triinUi.u of HiHdluiil. .""111,. .Klurlila.at .. .
have In i>n the must dangerous: on the Uut his daughter minted! Nan the solos" of the mcrttiiry ..r tho boNed al,
I "Klnrkff rliirlda, until lu o'cluuk' .. In,. of
I h.lan.I--cllul.1. bj martialed from their Him tnvny with a miiii,. I Mnirh n. lllju for
County people and that ) marched And fur tho bucket N.iutuckct. (Inn H-fuiit 1 hluilp: : pruder with H llama hitch.IIIHdurii .
I rooms they were in ordeily I ns : In furnl: .h :Coitidit0:; | dovorlpt; of

",,,chi,,... mid, bide lo liu for iiiiiuhin.'c dillv.
this fact is becoming more I vicil at Hlnrk.' I lurldn ,,
\ (Chicago! 111.\ ) 'IIVi. hoard ..ur\G. Iliii rlulit to meet ant
I followed the to Pawtucket and nil kid.
But he pair -
and all K. S. M''}'1''''NWH.:
more recognized I 1,886 C, A. MITCH. Omirm.n.: '
&001'.1...)'. t-OUJ-a"
Tim man and the girl with tho bucket; --. --- ...

the time is seen by the And ho said to the man, YIoI111tIF: AITI MF" DON ICA riON H71 IIHI OK'I\\tills DlikUlINOrll

DAVISINSURANCE lie wax welcome to Nun, I.KNKKAI.: Mr ATI)'I' KHHereby :
c. number of new subscribers n'llicv IH .KVUII! Hint hoover llriMinnlinern .
nut an for the buckct'l'lIwtucl.ct. ( of Ins Hulv curlllkalrM liutubvroilnviticll .
>ily JM: 22H end .III. iam,'d by. the
added 'Ins. t'olliclor. of Hindrord, .0111,1'y, Morlila,
constantly to ( New York) .ad rtiluinl.N', hilnic diil.il 1 Au... 2!. IJ'' il, h...
//11.,1| laid .. "rtillciiu. lit my nlflce and h...
the Then the pair followed pa, ti> !\tunhll"K..t. lilHdn. aiitillrntltin, for tat deed tu isms In an 1,
list.
our Join procession 'iirdiincu wltb law r
\ i "HHII, t'i'riilii nil nHiiprtlv.'ly l rmbrai'.a (bafulloulnu
Where ho held (ho gush us an asset; : Inmla In Mrndford' county, lurlda..
and find out what STARKE iuMMH.il nt the .10... "Ih.. |...""...U uf curb
.. Dut Nun and the man, a. rllllvitU.! In II,. n..,..... n.pevl.vly, luiralaftfl. -
r inirllouliirly" art forth, iu-wit iCfrtlllitllo
17: is going on'at home Stole the money and run, \ : No :Van rmhriirr.: Moulll: llulf. of
r And as for tin bucket J'rfllnhIl811I.'t. Silk 41 III I.. '1'. '& Con Huh Illy. Hue 2H, 'I.IP.S 4
-- K U< |..a; .t, aim..iiud .1. ... Ann. ,. ... '
-- -- ('UI IIII.R' No. II2K .mbran.a Wmt Hilf of
and abroad t tl l Ge er 6Pe e ) rub 41 In I.. T, M Con. Hub Illv., Moo JM. T*.
Perfectly .. entprehen.lbid.| II H -M as.raaed Jm' a ,'lohmon (li'iil | I
Gi" rtih.: c.I.J
g I L \ The f'dlcnv I i.jifi t li \\IIM iniiiltf, by (';- No 241 fioliriii-fn l.ol I of leek tInIalrnllyi'rrlille.re
I II Mary Jul" ..
"
\ "Feeling 1 lawyer nn behalf' of hiM client whose, I ahull li. rcdonmndareordinii .

"ro iv I..ul'n' kllUtl 1 l hy a triilu : "1f In. law. ,Inn drrd w II IKHIIU thuntoaon f s
I llu-' Kill. tiny. of March A. I). IUJ'1.:\
I c' a the 11:11111: h'IIII"| -I>,II l run ntlt Hliniild, ) helve W II...... my olTlclnl alicnatuia' and peel' (hi.IIii .

Iw' f I" been run, ..r If the" lull. had l (br1,1, iiniir .Illlh tiny uf January A. l n. IllUI
Fine (1. W AI.UICItMAN
.' I (!)) ns If hliniilil',) himIICITI' lunz or If 1 Hi" Clork, Circuit Court, llrndr.ird Cnuo,y. fta. r

@.) ahlstic' liuij 'beau "Ideate n u I : Mlmtililhnvo II,. C, A. KNIIill r, '
I 11. atl.. Dvputy ilnrtNOTK : .
"I was pnle :and thin, hardly bet-ii l"'li>(\, both, nl' wlil. h > iu.>
able to Mrs. Bessie tieltln-r. ,MX* role v'ud! lot luau) beau< s
go says r.'. "I! UK 'HAI.K OP llfl.Ollil.. HI Ucarden. of Central, S. C. "1
J ) would suffers, when I stood on'( I II hereby nullre' le,Klven thin the iniard' nf w
Wit! bearing-down I NOTKK' 111 Hhl I. HEAL l.H- bund trliHt.eii of I Ibu I'own of HI'' She, I'lorl.la/
feet
Only $2.00 Per Year ', my fAfK' *III leeelv.i, erllbid, bl.la for' the, rttirvliatie of
pains In my sidfand the lower I Not''en I.. hereby .glean l I.i ell whom It mnyrnnci 111.11111"r/ Wnler and l.luht .Plant, boll.ainf "..
part of my body. 1 did not rest ((Si) : >rn, hint thirty days nTtfr ilnlo, hvrnf, I. .llu 'lown .if Hturke. Flu, ids' up lo aud
Months well and didn't want anything 1Ii. ('..rrh. IIIt'h. nn irunnllnn nf (l. W. Iliok. Inchphg I tha Ill "r'O" April Ism' A. I). I Oil..
for Six Haul 1 bnu.ln 1 to dated flnit of
$1.00 are day
My color bad and I Jr.. Clarence Illckl. Wllllu Far Iilek.. Wmdruw -
to eat. wai July.' A. l U. I'lJU.: and, nra to be In the ,'.'."..nl.
s I felt miserable. A friend of) Q HickM and Him llluk. mown, will Muiilyto nnilon of II 1.1.111.auh./ / and to In, .ar Iniereetat
mine told ol the Ilunitrnhlo l<. A. Green; ouunly Ju'Ivuin the rate of II per rent per payabla
't in advance me and far lirniironl' .011"'''. Florid nt hi.lofI. ml-aniiiiitlly: : on the llmt tiny n'.r.: Januaryind I
nr i .. In Htorko In ..lil calmly *t 10 o'clock, July. of eaoli year. with Interuit aouiiunastlii. )
1fl I a. in. or an sunn tlivrvnftur ..* ilia matter can hud. Tri. principal and inlwrent nf end,
1 Glm ha heard for authority to null nt utiblld urprlviitw Lands are payHldu. nt tha llnnover. Notional.
: Main, n onv-twulfth. iinillvlikd InlurvHtJn bank In |Ike rlly. and. male' of New York
: Iho rollowlnic difiorlbi-il,I rval ..tato. In cold. riiu amount of bonda off* red /or male .biIII
\ {\ i QJU county, tuwlt/ : 0110 nil, and the ,prlno pal of rued bon.k. J
A oni-twrlrth unillvlilfil tnUinnt In Urn Wnt Nbllll lie due and ....0..'... IJ.IMIIHIII/ the flrnt
Y Half or thn Hnuthrint Quarter nmV the K:..t door of July 1 .",'h year. iMulnnlnir' wllh IU2ft,
t fP Half of III. Houthwnt Quarter of Section thlr- and. ."..U.." with, 1912. Mi.In will bo aarcplee'
". ly-oni, luwnMhlit a..v.n Uouth. range tw.nly. up to two o'clock p. m. on April 4th, 1U21.
The Woman's) Tonic'and ;) two Kant. VKerpt a strip uf lanil' nn the north ell bidder. are reiiulred to d.Hinlt| web, G* A.
Ihv South- "r'utuh. clerk of the ward' of bond lrunteea of
.10'' ur the JII..J'lhw.Quuru. of
r thu lown of Mlurl.tr, Florida, .tt carlllled ch.....
f. I then re.nembered my Oft.l ijiinrtfr and on tint Nitrlhva Quarterof for 1.\11'.11"' mother used to tike it. After thw Houlhwvnt Quarter of about thru ..'v. iuo.. C* White, trunniin'r nf the board of
!'I Alno Ano-heif acra In thii Norlhwimt corner id IriiHteea, of tbw, town of Starkc, Florida. .
tbe first bottle 1 was better. 1
uf the Northcant Ouarlvr of tha Hnulhwint .
I
eft)) began to freshen up and I re- Quarter In Hvetlon 'Ibirty.one. UiwnHhlp: arvwn. .till hi.,.,.'. nhall specify the lima USIa ,
Address all letters and remittances to ia) my t fctrenrjih and food, [ Huulh. I healthy color. lamlerUnfjline.I ; hundred' HftyHilx. and. on. half curve. mom after notice hi itlven bye tha culd clerk r
I.... 1-21\.610-:1.:13: : haunt
or if
lha of bond trunUae" that delivery
I took twelve bottles: (of Cardul) 'lhl :Bath luy uf January.. 11123.GItit1E: IIr the IninilH cnn l. made
s and haven't hi -" bit of trouble ;} HICKS. Ortilled: cheek referred to above .hi (o be
Bradford County Telegraph 54 since." _Oilarillan. of Mlnont A h.... Mttnttunnl.NOntK .. d..,poail.'d an a guarantee of full. compllanoa
Thousands of other women .' with the bid ."hmlt..... and In the event *
!: OF API'lJTATION: FOR PAKIION nuneptnnre of aurh bid and tha fa lure. on thaj.
have hid similar experiences in 'Jak notice that I will on March e. IIIJI part of the bidder to comply with' the ternia.tlu .
( the use of Cardui. which has or a. Moon thurfaTtcr ... I may b. "heard" apply 'reof. pan ehull be eonnldered aa Iliiuldalee?
Starlce FloridaM u relief where other) rv! fur a pardon for Chvatffr' A. Oraham. who .Inmuifea and, ua retained by tha .board of .bund
brought plead. guilty Ut murder In the :2nd ......... In Ir".I....
medicines had f?lIed. ; the Uradfunl county circuit court In July* Maid town of Stark bonda are to he .Ueue4for
If you suffer from female ailments IUH. Anyon. diiairlnir may then be hvanl on lha purpoea of reaonatruetinic and .nhlr..
take C rdul. It I iswoman's ais \ the merits of tha Hppllration.WM. .tau the walerworhe and eleetria, light plant
medicine. It be C, irODOKH. of the Town of Starke. Florid!. Bald txraoe
/ may v, a.I.-ll.I.23: : Attorney for I'.litlon.r. are to ba Bold for' not l I.aa than .."..
{'ist what you ncd. -- -- -- Haiti bontlu, ara to .be sold with Ilia approvlavop a
t At your druggist's or dealer's. (j NOTH" : nion of' Menare. Slorey.' Thorndlke. l I'almnvSt '

,. ;. En ", To ,h. Ifrtnorahlw Hoard Public Inatruatlun.Bradford .Hodictt. .. bond attorney of //I......". ManeTh
MorliJalWe. mild board of bond trunteee ,..n_
.1.", ee e e the County.undirr.iMne"l taxpaywra. of '..w..,. the right. to reject' any and all 10''.....
.ub'.chiM>l dmtriit, pvlltion your' honorable Ply order of the cud le.and of bond 1'..._
...fI,. Town of Blarke' Fl.irl.la.,
.
-- -- hoard to grant u an election to enlarge our
f d strict by' extending. our boumUrlmi to Cokein J. 'f. 4VJGI.fI7Y.
ft tlMtloni !2u. 121, :22. 24. 24 M, 'M. .'7. 2H, Chairman' of the /Hoard of llond Tru.b'...
2U, and a llmwtlun: III Kant ul New Kivar.; all lown o( 8tar .. rlorlila.Atteatl .
In Tvwniihip 4 Houth Itanila 22 t;...<, I
"'- Signed'. I C. A. FUTCIf.
A. IT HARLRY Clerk: of the Hoard of Bond" Trmteea.

A snuffy cold ? KKNK8I': II. W IiLSW. Town of Htarke. il-2-Vt-.VI*
1'. 'rOI : f l ; : -- !; / "i::> (1. W. iUKKNK. OKDfCK FOIl Plllll. A'CION'n
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K lll/HNKY/ .
MENTHOLATUM Circuit' Court fllate! of Florlila.", KltfhikJii.hrlal :
: W. II. ,MKi'.H., ; Circuit: Bradford County in chaeery. .
-.". K. R. TIIRIlK .
clears the nose V. R. KKMIIKH; L Monk of fllarke, a Corporation. I
..' 1- ':: J. W. RARHRR': IXimpluiAiint.va ; : ; I
.1. .1. M.-I.KOU:
E. GlUr'HHJu Luna A. M..I:limn. C. A. MeClunii..
-..- .......- "'. MOO UKfllNKIMH and Lou a Uonley', I
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<', I Defi.n.lanta.
T. J TEflllV It apiwarinif by affidavit, appended. the
To A. "'. KK/tMCR/ : "1In .! In the almvenitated, cauae I..I. (.erut
Stop a CoujJj: Quick O. II. I'K.UiCK A MeCluntf and C. A. MuC'luuv.. Iwo of taedrfentluntn
cakeV flA YES' HEALING /'oNEY, T. 1.. W I INWKIG'ITH therein named are 'nonrec.deniaof .
( arttth PAriURTT: ..
the Blab of rlorlda. antl believed lo be < aredlilenu
medicine which atop the cough by .BO YOIJNOR of South Bend, In the .lat. of ,Indiana
'Baling. the Inflamed and trriuitod tissue M. TIIArY: and are over tha age of twenty*>n*
A. M. Ill.ANftrMtO yvara j It In therefore ordered that laid non
I A box of GROVE'S OPENTKAIEALVE J. L. U HIHLI.; rtn.dent' defendantii. be and I are hereby ...,.,,1'-
51? forChenC Colds. Head Colds" and) Ollia It HILL < d to tpi.rar to "iw bill of comula nt filed' I.
-ri.>ti[> U rriclimrd with every bottle u. 8. J. FUTCH enid rnune on or before Monday, the ftth day
a-1I ,t March A. I). IK-'I: otherwlaa lha alle.. '
(JAYKSHEALING HONEY. The! 8'11.
r llone of iald "'..ll will ba taken aa eonfeaiMiiy ..
hould be| rubbed on tbe chest ami tbr NOTI'joO"pp.r4TIO'; "f "nrc-T" "ICSDVNDLa .
jf children offering from a Gmd or Crwij' r<"rms' n* ur THKCKNKRAI It ale rforth.rnlbrdend. tbat thia order be
STATUTES mbllnhed. week for four eonaeruflven
liner a
I The. he.IinS.eet of Hn"...' Tleallntf Ifowr. It Hereby n..ta: I. iilvi i mat A. Z. Ailklna.ptirchanar I I. In the Hradford. County Teleicraph.. s
.v -Mo; tl i throat coffnr>toi with the healm? eli.rt of la. .al. ..ptII..,.. eamb.redre.pe.ll.ely '.1 *>??>.api r puMiahrd.. In Maid county and atata.Thla f
fjviOPeD'TraM Salve through tb. puree '. I0a. OK. |17. 147. "". H.'. IA( I.IKS. I. January II 1023. }
ho .ikm xxm .._ a ouuah.Hrrth ".. 143 eel mi. tu-i. rji 2.<". mo. 2M i, (I. W, Af.nERVMNiHeall : A
rmnedtee\ are .pa.c hed) In tme. carom. aod the biMU.d by tha 1a< cntli.tor for Bradford county. ) Clerk Clr..ll Court
..... uf lh. combined l/eatromit i. J6c. f rlorida: .. d cvrtlltfatra being dal.d Au Hy C. A. KNIGHT.
Just. ask your' druggist for UA Y 1:3': auat 2. 'iZO.. has Sled cald, ....lft..I.. In my Deputy Clerk
otfira and h... mad .pplieallon for tat deal O K KVIOIIT. '
-. HEALING HONEY. la .laaiMi la aecordana. with ..... The acid Solicitor for Complainant. 2.l-6t.: p >J! .

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!I I' ''I' Ii' y del .a I You will noon be wanting your stock plants. You will want

H. .0 v trae MISSIONARY and KLONDYKE--no mixture and no sub. I
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1 '1J stitution. fJ]J Take no chances-order from ALLEN, either director

/ !. .. from your local deafer, but tell them you want ALLEN'S plants

t' and accept no lubl itut !I. $3.75 per 1,000, or 5,000 or over

I ,""It WILLIAM JDUt/CAM' at $3.50 per 1,000.' Hand your order to MR. N. B. HULL..

,,:: I Before he was: tin actor., \VlllInin JIIIII'IIII1I1t nu utlilctlc Instructor and n ..
: : writer for plijHknl: culture ntuenzlnet He first npiieured on t the stage with
n c ; fiunduw, the strong,: ninn, and Inter toured tin country nt flip fiend of his own THE W. F. ALLEN CO. Sallsbary, M.To .
dramatic Cdnipuny playing; Iliunlut. To<1iy: he Is (Known throughout; the world
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a" a Herlnl star ami illrcttor.. Upon completing; "Suuisliliu liarrlers"! Albert U. '00 ,
f .. i, Smith. president (Vllnurnpli\ fiiu.: "
Uon of which will rout( $1IMX)0)0.' ) )() II
I''f "The Silent Avenger" Is tho title of the new 1'1'101) It was ,,'rlt"by/ I I
I I Albert E. Smith nod Cleveland SIolTett. In (his Jlr. Pnriciiii' H given simple.
opportunity to show his skill as H fuiuy i-hot pool pliner. expert. on the t..nDill
____ court and cle>'er"alight: of hand perfoimer., The thrills, !'! provide the afar
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: : \ dIrector with materiel In which to demonstrate\ lilt strength and ability as an I
_ _ \ I all-round'ethleted lie iimlBts on reallHiu and. will Afwuuio tweet rinks to arose
>'1'1' a thrill as It .Bhould be> performed lie will not use ilumriles or anhstltuteM.! s

'f" : : ;' : ; <, If the thrill Is ID the script. Mr. Duncan liwlsta that .H 'un be performed TURKISH I IVIROINIA
; and lie doe It regardless of the hazard.!
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I"" .6,1 Duncan to the limit. They, have been nnxoclntcd!'! In several serial, Including -
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{" I, 'lyo,, .. LARRY SEMON >- NODELAY"ainesville "

I t r J", ;A.;. fjirry Semon' plume* ri-eonf triumphs have Impelled fTVJpwern! to style L Florida \/}
him "The New Comedy King" IIIIM, flan to (Hint imc-te'd place* by long trainIng '
4 1 I t- '*i, :t Kach stage In his rarow naval l us n "t"I'lillllC| Mono to liln great: achieveOient. .er 1l".m.m'n'mnm..um'mn"'rnU
I I |/ .. I'erhuiM he! was born nndi-r n ImM pluiiet.nyMij/ ', hu was fortunate 1F.AMtRICANT01AXOCa" "f '
I enough to Im Idle won of 1111 nrloi nnd re'ccKrd /im pnrlj' training/ In 1 3 '
I !!Fit' l' '.. magi' v juggling and acrobntlm, He mnxterrd, HHIIII of tli..'Kc> ort!'! before he '
'I 1't I,"",. .! bad flnlHhcd the third rOI"h'rfl'r IciMlng. school,, hp trn-.4"',I with hi* l a- ,
{ 'I :. father und bpciiiuu more efficient In the art of iMitei'talnlng. Cure a Geld in One liar
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; Then followed the period In the newspaper.. hrtslncHM\ im iirloonlxl, THIN fake LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE. : (T,1>I..b., I
;' ... <'ouf", end Hemlfe ha Ind wnrht ofOld
.l 'J' Ir'( '., devvlopetl' Ids cieutlve ability und pr< puri'il, him to write bin own ""'o tJletl. .0.. tnu t: W. OROV b'" tiiiuatuia ua eki.n .HOT :3-*.
.\ i It also taught him to forxaka the well lieiitt-n path. und xcmili/ In (Hie, byways ... ., ._
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K 'fr. I' for new material. A caitoonlst muxt he> oilclmil. 25 cent
; I k'y' Thus, I.arry Romun lit pttrhupK the bexl 'iiuullflcd for I thy title of comedyking. Wakulla-A co-operattvo order of
., All of hln ,punt experiences Can bo mlHn-d I upon thu screen Ho can cotton seed for our farme rs has been ** ,
,,..I retard to thrilling acrobatics where'. the mcinM) comedinit Is furred to use received and distributed and another
He N also 'In niilimiN. and lint cat, and
I slupclleka adopt training u monkey
order is being made. Cotton acreage "
: six \\ bite mlcu Unit play ilinirult roles In hU roini'dlex.. I Want Adwill
? r y1, During the three, yearn' previous" to lIJ:::!, Albi-rt J'':. Smith, president of 'is being increased.

,; Vltagrnpli/ hn!'"i agreed to ontluy .f.'t.niM: ( ).OIX( ) mi l.niry Semon .In the production, ",.. J -------
P 'I A of SO new comcilb'H." "The fJrnrcry Oleik" which .It. .xo/iflhlng' illhTerent from : troi.lr..C.6M, :, ji(. UK"i '1\_.uk.iu; I
.'\ i the iixunl! run of'luiiKh' miikerx, win rlie first Him to he prndorPdunder,! the '
: .( (1tM1T LAXATIVE( ::BHCMO: QO.HINC' 1 illeti: remove iluc&uw.
I ,; yg ":, '' new contract. "IW! -twc'en I theActx," 'Dew Drop Inn" and "Tho JII'lIdVlliter" I t n Thcto la oiuy uue.i"* Qulu ta' f fr sell a
i ; ,;, are some. of Lurry (Nfiiion'x cnmiMlli-s I Unit/ sated l out prcm'Deut!' us being In a Ai W. GROVESaton.rnn l on bus. :UIloo

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_ 0)) 2;:, "!.. P r -: -. ,. Public SalesWe I $$200 Horse !, I

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r-'I!' 1 l' ,{o: 1 1'j' ) S. Army Munso'n last shoes, sizes 3'/: or a. :,
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t'T. j to 12 which was the entire surplus 1
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(Ji,.' \ Block of one of the largest U. S. /government 1i i

t, I \" r., '" This shoe: shoe is contractors.guaranteed .one hundred '
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if"I" I tan, bellows tongue, dirt and water

H"U. 0 1 .', proof. The actual value of this shoe

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1 :' I cheerfully refund jour mon..yprumptly. ,

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ANTONIO MOR.ENO II I

... Antonio ]MOI'uloJ8' a 'small''' boy when Ills: father deL'! Eager to aselat i

hIli mother by slinrlnu part of the family burden' he btn'nail! a position n* National Bay State Shoe Co FarmWhat
t baker's cleifc. For thin nervlre ho rctehrd the princely sum of two dollarsa .
wet'k Although he liked, his '1"111 lion, this Spanish hid! had dreams of Rink 296 BROADWAY ,
t, Ins a fortune. He had seen wealthy American tourists 'In Ms native town and NEW YORK, N. Y. I

they awoLened ambition In his breast. lie ,resolved to save !Ms money and go 2-Mt! I I _
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1 The AmerlcansVv! visited Cnnipnmento were all supposed to be million I
I.,' '." .. aires. Into the mind of Antonio Moreno came drenmnK dreams of Wealth that PURE MEADE I
.' 'i ,,:: lay ncroRa'" the great oiean. lie became determined to go to. the United Stales
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'\ .t' \\lioii' Antonio Moreno at the age of fifteen walked up the gangplank
:"" from tie Olnrnltnr dotks to an American steamship he was In reality musing -I I and profit- I
the bridge flout nonentity, to fame. Aboard the boat was one of America's Pure Meade upland long '
most distinguished actresses, Mrsa Helen Ware. Tier attention was attracted : cotton staple! S
Heed, grown from field able than want |
,::'/ to the hniuNoiiie/ lad with the. fiery eyes and. she became Interested. In him I lected /.e-, a
} "What do you Intend to do when you reach America T" Inquired Mlga I seed. I grow no( other va.; :
'Ware."Make riety of cotton. Price :$';2.00 pert' ,ad in this paper? !
a fortune" promptly replied young Antonio. bushel of 30 pounds at shipping ;

w ,' r yr, t W Miss Ware smiled( at his confidence and replle4, 1 think yon will find point. Meade cotton will make: i I I What have you i
V-; ; both fume and fortune .In the theater If you chose to bfecome an actor" more than either Sea Island orl! i
4 &i The prophecy la 'now being realised! Antonio Moreno as the star of such short staple cotton; the length' i to sell? kz I Ii'I
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_ ____ ____ Vltagrnph sorlnts as The Iron Tnt: and "Perils of Thunder Mountain" Is l of *the Meade staple Is equal toy'I ;
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EAR.LE "WILLIAMS that of Sea Island and seUs for' '1 .. ......
recently> signed a two year contract with the Vltagraph Company and recently the "JmIIm""m.u. =uAioI_
"Don't change your eompany. U latt, advice Hiirle Williams glres to ,yonn finished, a serial production dealing wUb/secret service, entitled Tiie Is same price. Has large boll, ;
i screen plnycrH, mid. then he adds.. ""ro'hllnllIU are with the right company." Invisible Hand." early maturing, and wilt re-1
Earle Wllllums'U one of the few man players who holt never chnnifwl Ms. sistant. Tutt's Pill:
1 habitation from one studio to auothvr, lie commenced! Ills career 12 years
ago with the Vltngrapli star family and has never strayed from the fold G. V. Cunningham
f tk Iud.ahIa. .
e "The Wolf" vlsuallxed" from Eugene M'ttlters' famous stHu'P pluy. ant "The ,, f'f; \ I I Tb.firMOOOD. ...S..etenNr......... ...5.E.doe...........
.. r _,r Fortune Hunter from Wlnchell\ Smith's play, have heeit the metros. of ems .' .. .'" AGRICULTUItA LCOLLEGE .._..... d1a..ti..aaM 1DdacJ
phaMlitng IIr. Williams' ability and popular attraction recently.t t
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