Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 2, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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ijMcClenny and Daughter Killed, The pure spirit of Miss Inn Jones Charley Johnson Killed While Crossing -
i At Alauchua passed fl'onthis earth to her heavenly I Track In Truck Wednesday. the 28th, Section Five Mr. and Mrs. J. M. \ charmingly The people of Starke were greatly
/'j I home Sunday night/ and although of Florida Fe< et'ltiolor Women's. entertained, the Lucky 13 Club 1 shucked to hear that on Thursday uf-
1,. Thursday afternoon, the 22nd, her death was not unexpected, as she I. Last Friday morning at 7:15: Clubs held their annual mooting/ in I Thursday evening at their home on Urmmn, the :22nd ult., 11I1'''. (1. B. Mot
telegraphic, news told the sad : had been! a patient sufferer for a number I Charley Johnson, Bon of J. F. Johnsonof the club house here. \\'. Madison street. The (lowers, user lenny nnd daughter, thins Joaiqwi !
,, the killing! of Mrs. C. B. Mc- of months still when the end Hampton, was instantly killed by I There were 3$ delegates and visi in decorating this attractive homo re killed in an automobile accident A
'. the fatal wounding of herhter came it was a distressing shock to coming in collisiop with a freight tors present! and the day was crowded were glowing, poinceltiua.Four" .it A111<'111111. !Mrs. McClenny was a
: and the; serious injury I tho family and friends who loved this train while crossing the Seaboard with interesting reports! and ad tables! wore laid for bridge, raster" Lt Mr. A. M. \Darby, anil, many .
ed by her son, when a short young girl. tracks near the depot. -- dresses.! Marcus Fugg, of the Chil the highest score being made by Mrs expressions of sympathy were hound 'y
fore a train had crashed inI I The funeral was conducted l\iomlay Charley assisted his father, who is dren's! Home in Jacksonville, delivered J. L. Peek, who received 1 us u prize Per 'lim' und members of his! 1'nmily.
to automobile near Alachua afternoon from the family residence, one; of the owners of the Hampton an instructive and enlightening address n box of correspondence ('111'<111. The, Mis McClenny was born in Sturke
"t' The particulars of the fatal : and was attended by a large crowd of Shingle mill. One of the employes I on the subject of Public Welfare A',' i.lenUin's prize, a deck! of cards, mill lived here until her murtlaifa tCupt. .>
idd' t. were later found to be as fol. ,' sorrowing relatives and friends. novo was late and Charley took his flither'1' and Miss Elizabeth. Skinner, wont! to L. Wyman, while Mrs. J. W. C. B. McClenny, her maiden
I L. B. Simpson of the Methodist auto truck and started president }'. F. W. C., spoke on Florida Andrews, Jr., ivmilo la\f score. : name lu-ing Miss Ada Darby

t 2:30: p. m. Mri. McClenny church, conducted the funeral service I Same camp cars on one siding anda : Federation Activities. Mrs. Mitchell served. dainty re The funeral took place Friday) nftermit'n .
ran ughter Miss Josie and son Arwho and spoke in a very comforting manner box car o n another, partly hid the I Delegates and visitors present were freshments of pressed chicken stulT- in Gainesville1,', from the home a.1,
was driving entered the to the bereaved family. The I tracks ahead of him. Engineer Thomas I !Airs. O. II. Page, Jacksonville, Mrs ed celery, olivenaise sandwiches, saltines of Judge' und Mrs.\ B. I D. Hicrs, and
>of Alachua, about 25 miles: I scripture reading was taken from the was backing! a string of cars on the. .1. D. Aldurmuti, president Federated' potato chips, calico and whipped burial wan made in Evergreen cemetery. .
cc west of .Starke on the Wannee ; 11th chapter of St. John and also vet I main line and hit the truck before I lotheis Clubs and 1 Fiiirliuld Indus. cream. The last sad rites werti' conducted \'
line, on their way home. They I ses in Revelations that describes: I either train or truck could be stopped. liul Association, Jacksonville, Mrs. Tho guests nt thin bridge piyty; by Rev. R. H. Tt-mpleton, rector
most reached the Wannee. truck' heaven. The Old Rugged Cross and The body of the unlucky lad was cut I J. O. Holder, Jacksonville! ., ;Mrs. K. II.ieubrook were Mr. and !Mrs L. Wyniun, Mr. of the Episcopal: church. Pull.
runs at a right anglo with the I Abide With Me were sweetly sung by to pieces, one leg torn off above the Jacksonville. Mrs. Wm. U, and Mrs. .J. U Peek, Mr. ,and l Mrs. JW. bearers for Mrs.' McClenny were F.M. t,
'It ; ''ay. The depot is south of tho I Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs. K. K. Ferryman knee being the biggest piece found. I toung, Mrs M. K.1 Caper, Mrs. W. S. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edward : !. Kelly, E. R. Simiiionn::; ,George Ma
) :,, and opposite it on the cast is airy I Mrs. E. M. Johns and J. F. The fragments wero picked up by I Jennings/ of Jacksonville, MI-K.\ l.1 M, Burns, Mrs. Nelh" Hughes"Mrs.\ lion, J. C. Adkins und J. M.\ Kennell. ..> I
.:t where a box car was stand- : Kickliter. The pallbearers! were Rob I bystanders and placed ina box until ijulloway, Snnford, Mrs.' H. 1{. Swart: I''. L. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. The pnllbi'iirern for the young liidy
to ; Some distance to the north the I ert Demorest, Frank Carpenter, Tru- a casket could arrive from Starke. I Tidewater, Mrs. Louis 11. Hill, Mrs. Young, Mr. and Mrs E.: M.! Davis.! were Robert und Ralph Rhudy, Spencer 'I
Newmnns Gerald Middleton, Allen The truck was a total wreck. I --..-----.--- Hunch Lawrence Colon Frank
'f \C!*i L. tracks cross. At tho same by A. A. Smith, Mrs. Catherine Teare, ,
Mia! "Peggy,1 driven by engineer I I Thornton, Win. Blakcly. i The deceased. was well liked by all Mrs. Jus. 11. Moore!\ !Mrs W. }.. 1'ow- DEATH! OF WALTER STRICKLAND \ Crony and Joe White.
; \\1 t., Kimbrell, of Starke, was com- i Miss Ina Jones was the only daughter who knew him, and a pall of sorrow : ell, Mrs. E. I';. liurncy, Mrs. .1. H.Currocluie : Relatives! from Starku who attended I''
;In from the west. This train nevI I of MY. and !Mrs. -.N"wlJones, and fell over the community upon learning Miss Wilma Ulanchard, the funeral were A. M.\! Darby, Mr.
It runs very fast and was then plows was born in Starke December 18, the catastrophe. lie Is remembered Mrs. It. K. Thi-du, Mrs. U. M. Tracy, Walter O. ialricklniul: 1 ,son of Mr.. and Mrs.\ DeWitt C. luaus, Mr. and
:IIIP for u stoppage at the station !HUG!) at the time of her death being, : in Starke by many, since the time of Lawtey, Mrs. A. K. Johnson, Mac and Mrs.'' A. O. ;trl<-klllnd, who life II! rll. :S., L. Peek.
i e same box car that hid the apgaclt I !sixteen years of age. She attended when his father kept the first garage clenny, Mrs. W. K. Stone, M.ici-lonny, a short distance west! of titarke, ;died! Miss Josio MtClenny wart in the
of the train to the passengers i the Bradford High School and both here. His mother died when hi- was Mrs.' 1' M. Padgett, Mrs. J. K. Maines at bin. home I.Ill"reV..hwsdIlY morning first Hush of young and happy womanhood
',the automobile, also hid them from I at school and at hpme she was noted a year old. He was a grandson of Mrs. G.V.. Coleman, Mrs.V.. T. Feb. Until of inllu"M7.a. The disease being only nineteen" years of
'engineer, and the noise the train for her sweet, gentle disposition. A Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson of Clay i Wright, Mrs. 'r. C. Chantum, 1ukuHutler was of u malignant type, and, age und /gave promise of a lifo of
was probably thought by the I few weeks ago she joined the M<)tho- county and of Mr. and Mrs. Chas Mrs.\ Will Godwin, Mr Ulliu able medical attention and tender loving usefulness.
'ii driver to come from a train on dist church and left behind Her s a Priest. Much sympathy Is extendedthe I, Miner, Mrs. W. I':. Torode!, Mrs. J. W. nursing could mil Have his life. MrH. McClenny; was sixty-seven
,Coast Line tracks. So each went1Nrepone beautiful testimony of her faith in bereaved relatives Barber, I..awt'y; Miss Elizabeth Skinner The deceased wan born neaj Stark years old, and) the mother of eleven
\' to death and the other to grief God. / Dunedin, Mrs. W. 11. Stevenson October 2\: 1H01. IU was u man much children. ,She was a perfect! mother -.
rlori.i! ;being though involuntarily in.titrUmental The interment was in Crosby cemetery HAPT1ST REVIVAL :MEETINGSIt PitUburg Pa., Mrs. J. W. McCollum liked for his many good qualities, ann. and<1 waR all devotion to her husband,
( in causing death. When and the newly made grave was Mrs. J. C. Adkins, Gainesville, Mrs. will bo much miasnd. Of near relatives children and home. Mrs. McClennywas
r,the engineer saw the auto on the track covered with a profusion of beautiful will be A long time before the M. E. I Edwards Mrs. G. W. Brown, hu leaves to mourn dcparturu tha widow of tho late Capt. C. It.
'',before him, it was impossible to stop flowers, many of them being sent by; people of Starke as well as the coun- Mrs. A. C. Tiilley, Mrs. E. B. Wells, his widow, who before her! marring/ McClenny! formerly/ of Baker county,
f,/the.heavy train in time to avoid a relatives and friends from Jackson try about, forget the revival meet Mrs. W, H. Biggs: Lawtey, Mrs. W. was Miss Jessie May Howard, two little und for whom the town of Mutulunny
t ;; c pltisfoh.i ville. W. T, Week's Chapter U. D. ings conducted by Dr. Bullen in his J. Chandler, New York. daughters, two brothers and (Ivu wax named. Early last month Mrs.
'i i i+ ; The. pilot caught the auto and roll- C., also sent choice flowers of red and church, last ,Spring./ For congregations Col. C. L. Peek made an address oi sisters. Much sympathy is felt for !McClenny\ endured tho /grief of Capt.
) I ed.tt. ahead for 175 feet when the white., Ina's bony rests under the, and conversions they were beyond welcome and spoke of the federation the bereaved! relatives.! McClonny's death ,Sho was reared
nginer'i succeeded in stopping the flowers, but her spirit is in heaven the usual run of meetings 011 as a wonderful power for good, ami The interment took place at New In the Catholic faith and at the time
found and she waits to welcome those she I Hope cemetery Thursday Funeral Director of her death wan a consistent mem-
train.Id,Mrs. McClenny was I : this nature, while the Interest continued cited instances where women had,
I I lying dead on the north side of the loves. until the last night of the three made their marks in business, politics (). C. Jones, in charge. bur of that.church.
- "'' the other side lay herd Those from out of town who at Mrs. McClenny leaves to mourn her
; track .nd on weeks. There was not a night during art and education. He stressed
JI "U'i < UKliter, mortally wounded while tended the funeral were George Bais- this time that failed to bring some evIdence thu points of politics and education CARD her injured den and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dobbin and Mrs. Powell, of Jacksonville *
f was sitting near of men and women seeking and urged I tho women to study polite
! wjund, 'dazed. Medical help was Imp Baisden Mr. and Mr,. Willie! Bais- Christ and Starke la a better placein cal economy and legislation, in order We wish to thank our friend ol !, Mrs. B. D. lucre and Mrs. Collins i'
*, Mediately summoned but Miss Josie Jan, Miss Irma Stilley Mrs. A. T. which to live today because of the to vote intelligently. Starke and Hampton for tho kind service of Gainesville Mrs. Ed flutter, of
i died.an hour later from injuries on Lee Mrs. Cora Sanders, Mr. and Mrs' meetings.And 'A delicious plato lunch, consisting rendered at tho death of our loved Warn'hula, !Mrs.\ Elsie fliers of Aluchua .

'\f;;tbe ,head and body. Arthur was! J. L. Jennings, of Jacksonville. now the church has directed of potato salad, pens iti pastry cups' one. Wo are also grateful for the. ; three sons, Carr, Arthur and
\>Brought to Gainesville where examin.fJMton their pastor to secure tho services of ham and lettuce; sandwiches! pickles, beautiful 'floral offerings, that wry, Louis McClenny; threw brothers
; reveal that his injuries were \ THE ROCKIES" hands tho mound ChurluM Darby, of Madison James
"BEYOND u pastor-evangelist to conduct a similar i'olTce tea, ice cream und cake, was placed by loving on
jWienous.M : WAS A GRAND SUCCESS where loved, one sleeps, us u last Darby, of Jacksonville, A. M. Darby, ,
;) I series of meetings this spring, served' <<1 by Mesdames U. L. lleusley, our !
The automobile had been so twist- I token of love and respect.Mr. of Starke; two sisters, Mrs. H. C.
r. beginning the first Sunday in April. Florence. Powell C. A. Futvh Goo. A..
,, +'ed,'during its rolling before the engine I The splendid four act comedy drama This. has been done, and the Rev. W. Collins, Edward: Burns, Ed I K. Nelf, and !Mm. J. F. Johnson and Richnrit/, of I'alatkii, Mrs. Alice Reichof j
)titt>'not; a single/ member of its com- I presented at the Gaiety Theatre Wed Raleigh White of Luke City, has consented Misses Mubul fv'eller, Katu truth, Family. Oakland, Cub.II .
fple*,Vnechanisn was left in i its original nesday evening by local and 1 professional to assist Dr. Bullen in this Elm Koliinette, Aileen! Alvarez und ,
faape. It was simply tangled skein talent, for the benefit oT the work. Careful inquiries were made Hilda titruth.:: PRODUCE: (COING; : (; FOItWARD! >> IA UI'll AUTIIOUITIES\' : PLAN

I 'tb' scrap steel. Woman's Club was a grand success concerning Mr. White and not only The dinner committee were Mesdumus STARKE: H\II'AIY CAMPAIGN ,
t Hoover Bros., of Starke, are official for of Jacksonville That the cold left many strawberries -
, The cast of characters "Beyondthe from Dr. S. B. Rogers J. L. Peek, I' I';. Cunovu, W.
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botographers for the Seaboard and Rockies" was given in last week's did words of encouragementcome I;;. Middleton U. L. Huynus, J. C. unhurt was si-en lust Friday afternoon -> Jacksonville, Feb. 2H. -George W.
were requested to go to the scene careful and i when J. M. Truby sent off Simons, Jr., chief! sanitary engineerof
tJUsy Telegraph, and each persons taking but from two of our Robinson, It. A. Weeks und J. H.Hitch. i ,
ot the accident to take pictures to part did their work to perfection.The conservative business men, F. A. I I several refrigerator boxes and l 1'. L, the state bourdVf health, and Major

M'P'explain matters at the forth- club gives special thanks for Crowder, who having had residence in The splendid program was us follows -; Turner about 20 bushel by open ex Chester II. Wilson, stalls sanitary! I
'ewdng investigation. C. F. Hoover Since then small shipments inspector, yesterday left Jacksonville
; this successful entertainment to Mr Lake City is in a position to speak : press. !
9'v nt to Alachua Friday morning and have been made daily. for Starke where they ware to Inaugurate
and Mr. Robert with some knowledge of. Mr. White,
and Mrs. Harvey Morning Session. 11:30 A. !M.
.,-tmm viewing his negatives and ob'Uinfaig Demorest also to J. C. Robinson for and C. L. Hodges who attended a aeries Mrs. James, T. Moore: and Mrs. N. The same day a carload of heats a sanitary campaign. Mr. Simnnx .
!' his diagram of the immediate the use of the theatre. of meetings conducted by Mr. D. Wainwright presiding. and carrots was sent to Philadelphia will return to Jacksonville today '

'territory: around the Alachua depot, The amount made by this popular Whitetat Macclenny, and who speaksin Call to order-, Mrs. Moore.. Most of the contents were consigned whilo it !I. thought/ Major Wll-
: tbr4) Telegraph reporter has been able play was $182.00. highest terms of the evangelist.The Assembly! singing "America." by E. M. Thomas, tho rest by J. M. non will gu/ on down the state on a
''to give a more full account of the ac- church seeks to offer the best Invocation-ltev. L. It. Simjxton. Truby. series of inspections for thu state
Went than has appeared in any other and boa rei.
it can to the people of Starke, Address of welcome: f
.1-per. SAFETY FIRST feels that it will not fall behind in its NEW: FUKNirUKE: STORE: _
C. L. Peek.
said that the people of Alachua For city-Mayor Messrs. Simons and Wilson met I..,
,:tiiJt!; is efforts this year. Look out fyr further For thu hostess club-Mrs. N. I I'. -
do'toot blitme any'of the, pejpons conWd Editor Telegraph notice of the meetings The store just west of Darby's, until with the city\ council Tuesday\ lifter- \
\*: for carelessness but consider I Please allow mo a little space to Wainwright, president. lately occupied by C. 1.. Hodges, noon, discussing with them thu typoof .'
I Mrs. M.
for the Sectin-
tiWRaccident as one of those which : ask why a state traffic law would not Response wax not destined to long remain va sanitary toilet to UNO. on premises
'{fi1ikely,: to happen in spite .1 allprecautions. ; be a good law for the protection of NEW WHOLESALE hOUSE P. Capen State:: Chairman of Civil cant. It has been leased by the Green out of reach of the newer system.At .

I the women! and children of our State Service Reform. Cove Furniture Co., a branch of: the Its regular meeting; next Tuesday
b I S. R. Johns has of the late been I Roll call of clubs-Mrs. J. M. Alvurez. -
$ We conclude by quoting the followIng i also the reckless drivers of automo- : mar Hart Furniture Co., of Jacksonville,, evening the council 1 will formally
4 from the Gainesville Sun of last I biles. Anyone who read the daily king time. A man of his energy must and J. 'r. llowzo in. the manager. adopt the typo of sanitary toilet prescribed j
:.1"rida I papers will agree with me ,that there I have plenty of work. The cotton ginning ,I Report of Registration Committee This store will keep common an by the :State': Board of Health.
is the mill Is in -.:Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.Adjournment .
.1 Judge/'; and-Mrs. B. D. Hiers left are more people killed In our state by over, shingle well us expensive furniture und house
\, iim-sville immediately after receiv- not looking out' before driving carson charge of competent. man, HO is for lunch. furnishings of all kinds. A specialtywill iiE.t: SLEY-...0\11.1\: I INS
f word of the accident. They ac- railway crossings than thtre are tho sale stable. Mr. Johns wants i Afternoon Session, -2:00: I'. M. be tasteful rustic furniture. Mr ..
pained the injured man to this killed on all tho railroads in our state something that will keep him busy i Call to order. Huwze is a pleasant man to deal with Friends" will be Interested) to Heui-learn
of the marriage Wr.
Now as our legislature will convene all the time'i i Reports of clubs:
his trade
._y last night. and he intends to push of Jacksonville, and Miss i.IzzieMao '
|Mrs. McClenny was the wife of C. in April, I am sure some representative To this end he d ecidud to resume Fernandina Woman's Club. throughout the large and prosperous j! ley of Starke which took
." McClenny a well .known sawmill could put a feather in his cap by his wholesale' business, conducted in Green Cove Springs Village Improvement territory of which Sturke' Is the can- Tompkins, ,
Sunday February :2.r!:;th, lit
place ,
rator and farmer of the Caddillac introducing a bill tel prohibit anyonein the firm name of Griffin &; Johns Society. ter.
mother Mrs. W.
tion of the County, who died just our state from driving an automo- near the depot, until the building andcontents Fairfield' Improvement Association home of the bridii's ,
few weeks ago. She has many bile on railroad crossings without *ere destroyed by fire a and Federation of Mothers' Clubs, Hies-Miss Elizabeth Skinner president T. Tompklnn. Only the Immudiiitefamily \ .
fiends and relatives all over this first having stopped their car to as couple of years ago. Mr. John hall Jacksonville! -Mrs. J. D. Alderman.St. F. F. W. C. and a few friend wero present -
Luke's School of Nurs Address Echoes: from the G. F. W to witness the ceremony, which
of the state. Miss Josie certain. a train is approaching. leased the old site from the Seaboard Training ,
Action cClenny was about 19 years of aged I have been on street cars in Jack. company and W. L. Wall is busy es' Alumnae Association.; C. Hoard Meeting-Mrs. J. W. Mc .performed by Rev-'. M. Rigg ,

had visited Miss Ada Hiers in sonville and saw the conductors get superintending the erection of a Sprmgfield Improvement Association Collum. of Jacksonville.The .
is on numerous occasions. She off and/walk to the railway track to building of the lame Size as the first, -Mrs. Holden. Vocal Solo, "Thvre'H a Lark in M) happy couple left on the afternoon
well known among the younger see if there were a train coming, when and constructed of corrugated: iron. JacksonvilleVoman's Club-Mrs. Heart"-Mrs. 1C.1; M. Johns. train for their home in
as wishe
jciety let of this city. Miss Me- he could see there was no train insight I It will be ready for occupany: in two E. H. Sealbrook. Address, Our Legislative ProgramMrs. followed by the good
penny waa sister of Mrs. A. B. Col- before he left the car. It may or three weeks. Lake Butler Woman's Club-Mrs. W. S. Jennings. of their many frienla.

Ins and Mrs. B. D. Hiers. look like foolishness but as long as Mr.. Johns will conduct a wholesale P. It!. Padgett. Chorus, "Gypsy Sung (Schumann). TROOPNo.. 2
I The Telegraph may add that Mr*. this is done there will never be a business In groceries hay grain and Lawtey Woman' Club-Mrs. L. H. Address The Fifty Percent Amendment BOY SCOUT
cClenny wall a sister of A. M. Darby street car hit by a train feeds selling goods only in packages. Hill. and What it Means to Us--Mrs. Owing to the large number of boy
this city, which gives an additional Now, I would advise mild punish- If was quite a blow for this section Macclenny Woman's Club-Mrs. W E. It!. Galloway in Starke who are of scout age, 11
ooch of sad interest to the accident, ment for the party who would drivea when the former establishment of the E.i: Stone. Vocal Solo, "Give a Man a Horse I second troop has been organized with
nd our citizens heartily sympathize car on a crossing without stopping kind ceased to exist, and the new will Orange Park Woman' Club. lie Can Kido" (O'lIara-Lyman I', IJ. Wyman scoutmaster_ und Rev.
rith our townsman In his bereave- first. Say for the first offense a fine be hailed with pleasure. N South Jacksonville Woman's Club Pryor. L. B. Simpson assistant scoutmaster.The I
of $2..\00 and a prison term of 20 ,Mrs. O. H. Page. Encore "You Will Forget" (Stickles following mimed boys will soon
years and 15 months- L. Wyman went to Jacksonville on 'Starke Woman's Club-Mr*. N. D. )-Lyman P. Pryor. be enrolled as members of this troop:

A. M. Darby was the honor .t If.there is any one Interested in a yesterday to attend a meeting of the Wainwright. Report from Chairman of Illiteracy nub Demorest, Eugene Turner Leo, .i
-Tiest at a theatre party on Monday law to protect our women and children Florida Development Association 1U Address "Public Welfare"-Marcus -Mrs. II. B. Young. Fred" and Carl Mutt, Martin Struth .
ivenfng when'Mr. and Mrs. George from being killed In those joy object being to stimulate Interest in :M. Fagg. Report of Home Economics.-Mrs. Julian Canova Will Agin, Leon Kite "
Marks entertained a few of their wagons tell it to the papers. forestry and urge passage of legislation Vocal Solo, "My Heart at Thy II. R. Swartz. -. Edison Urinson, Lucy Rigdon, Nown I
irfenda to Daytona Beach toe Yours for safety first, to encourage conservation of forest Sweet Voice" (C. Saint Saena)-Mr*. Report of Resolution CommitteeMrs. Alvarez, Vincent Alvarez, John and
Geraldine by going Farrar concert.-De- J. H. MQORE, resources. This'association is being A. Z. Adkins. .(. D. Alderman. Louis Toruella John Henry, We.'W. '

*nd Daily New Lawtey Fla. held at the Seminole Hotel. Address Florida Federation ActlvJ Adjournment. Icy Bryan. j'



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11, AGAINST FRENCH enough to know what they were bringing PLOT OK COUNTERFEITERS I 1.--" I

__ ', on themselves. They shot down I I
{, i'' 'I ;:\' Buying Expeditions Arrest Those two white men, and 1 then the war was Detect!vet* in :More Than Dozen:. Countries
,i' i ''l Who Refuse to Sell Them Good; on; The white men of Rosewood and Work "Phoney Passers I
--:...- Sumner fought for their lives and II III
'. An increased resistance of the German their homes. If their negro opponents New York, Feb. 22.-With the International I i r

t ," officials] and a more hostile atti- had been numerous enough, more counterfeiting system ----= ::
> tude generally by burgomasters and white men would have lost their lives, wrecked by secret service agents who I
I t+;' / d I the Ruhr is being/ reported by the and at leant some of their women as with fiOO or 600 per /sons connected I Jrc: Cv
I' French troops of occupation. The old saulted. So in the dark and with with the ring In a dozen countries un- 1

j plan of l passive"' resistance instituted", :scant ammunition they fought and der arrest, federal authorities today : U'1'! -: ; '''L CAR
ar by the Berlin government' seems to stood. guard( until daylight came. prepared for a court fight to send the I
have been! supplanted by one of active And with the daylight came help-- counterfeiters! to jail for the maximum !, II d 1
t aggression. / white men riding to the rescue, u.s term of forty-five years. i I vni

Reap Harvest in Marks they always will aa long as they are While court evidence was being set ; i
The bombing of the Knmcihof Hotel true to civilization and their race. in order, the dragnet of the secrete I '
F' in Essen, the sinking of barges in And soma of the guilty suffered and service was extended to most of the You ;
a, the Khine-llerjie canal, and the activity /some of the Innocent-as it ever' has large cities of the United States I' Four Reasons Why t

iW! of the nationalists, communists been" nnd ever will "be until God makes Hundredsxof passers of counterfeit |
J I and other political parties, all point men different. paper were implicated by clues cap- 'j :
p ,,y6, j to a program of active obstruction on Then the laggunklaw< which wasn't tured in Tuesday's raids here.
it 0 the part of the Germans. there to protect the innocent, came in Joseph A. Palma, chief of the special Should Buy Your Ford
The French are beginning to reap to punish the guilty, if it could., And, secret service squad which for
; ,fj a little harvest in German marks. of course, it couldn't. It is probablethat eight months tracked the makers and i

When troops entered Gelsenkirchen, every white men who pulled a distributors of spurious money gave
where much trouble had developed, trigger in the "massacre" is knownto evidence of the widespread Car This Month
I detachments occupied the bank and half a dozen other men-but the tional ramification of the plot Interna-I'
Jr railroad station, seizing a total of ice will be thick on Bisrayne Bay before nouncing that fifteen

110,000,000 paper marks, out of which one of the half a dozen tells. been arrested in England,
,"A' ,?': \ 'urn the French paid the fine of 100- Why won't anyone of tho others Egypt, Germany, Cuba, Franct"1 ,
1 000,000 marks Imposed upon the town tell ? Because each one of them tho Bahamas, as a result of 1I 1
i I' I by the French as a penalty for the knows, that fear of the swift vengeance tion furnished by the American secret

recent wounding of two French gendarmes that the others are ready to service. ,. '
t ? help him deal is the principal protec- New York police who began an investigation I-I -

''I i P I' In Trier the French seized tne strike tion <*f many a lonely home. independent of this, professed
+ I fund of 250,000,000 marks thought to And. after all, there were half a to find a direct connection between ,

t } have been sent by German government dozen negroes killed and probably a the counterfeit plot and many -
I .. '; sources to aid, the German rail- dozen half scared to death. What hitherto unsolved gang murders of I The unprecedented demand for Ford cars throughout .'

"' { Toad men who are refusing to work. does that mean ? It means that in the last few years..Murders I has taken the entire of the
the winter months output
there thousands
Levy county are some Also, Traced ,
I r l Breaking the Boycott t
of negroes who are law abiding and Several of the murders were believed indicating that the t
Ford working at capacity
f ; The boycott against the French, plants ,
and there other thousands
peaceful, are to have resulted from
I which had been insituted by the stores passage far in of the numberof
of white men who will protect of bogus money and from double crossing !!!- demand this Spring will be excess i
.and restaurants in Essen and other
them and obtain justice for them in the ranks of the counterfeiters. "" I.I'
: be built ,I.
occupied German cities, ia losing its Ford Cars that can possibly
when it is possible.The A number of crimes, it was
.t' strength because of the strong measures
Star draws no color line in said, had been committed in or near
'f adopted by the French. Officers '1'
1r \ ', crime. It thinks that every negro tho Broome street cafe owned by John ;
{{'t. and men are sent out on buying expeditions
J' woman who tries to live virtuously Di Rosa, arrested yesterday as one of
/, and where the German shopkeepers
has the mime right t refuse to sell the proprietors .
u white woman has, and that any man terfeits.
I 'I are placed under arrest. -white or black-who assaults l hi]..r Palma agreed that scores of important
Another strike has occurred.
\ should be hung( as high as Hainan. criminals were in the ranks of
h the miners of the Krupp pits at Bosh- And it thinks that every decent negro the counterfeiters, immigrants, unfa- January ,was the tenth consecutive month in which re-
um, llUuU( men going out. They
has the same right as a whfte) man to j I miliar with American money, he said,
r struck because the mine official Ford Cars and Trucks.
were tail deliveries exceeded 1 00,000
I protect his honor and his1'home.But were the easiest victims, but the gang I
1" '
t ., r arrested to obey by ordl'rllul the, French obstructing for refusing the the great massif ice the negroes, I also hunted out small stores kept by Requirements for February, the month when preparations -
: to their own preju( will protect aged women and stores left at timesin
a x If' l work of the French commission criminals of their ,'ace. When they I charge of children. I are already under way for Spring business, called

i '., gut this over, on/ great obstacle] to Secret service men are checking up than 24,000 in '
for Cars and Trucks ,
TilE JtOSEUOOl TROUBLE: tie good! will jhd 1 understanding of on all possible sources of information 148,407 more

t the people wilk be removed. thrown open to them by yesterday's excess of the number we can possible produce. .
i I, 1 Editor Benjamin, of the Ocala Star, Again we/ay that the white people round-up. to ascertain whether the I
\ has the following to say in defense of of Sum/ft'I' and Rosewood! in Levy counterfeiting conspirators turned over -

t\ 1 the recent race riot at Rosewood: couiityy/lonclu< have done no more the vast quantities of narcotics .
\ 1 h Rosewood will go down in history tliaivv nite people in any other part of they brought to independent gangs or I

as a name of reproach to j'lorida-< :: thu United States would have done whether they used. their own nation I III. '',. .
1\ history written \ >'"and under the circumstances and
aa by jiojjtjtwrtn; same wide organizations for the distribution -
? roe rtfPT9f! isouthernjfor: few of even Florida's the South should understand and Some of the dies used in 'making
5'', papers seem disposed to do justice to sympathize with them. spurious. specie were smuggled here Ford dealers in many parts of the country are already

t' :j ,'yh';' :;i" the section of Levy county where the from Italy in large cheeses, officials finding it necessary to specify future delivery dates on
} >t. /tragedy took place. Yet worse things NEW RIVER said today.
J /. are happening daily, and if they obtain Ford Products because there are no reserve stocks to

place on the front page for one New River, March 2.-Denzil Thomas "BLOOD-SUCKER" CAUGHT: draw: from.
: .(' day they lose their position the next of Miller, was a vixtior here Saturday -

,_; day ur the next. They are only ordinary and Sunday. Deserted and Ite-enlisted From the
/ e : 'news, and, can't be twisted into G. W. and M. J. Supp and Pierce Army Twenty-two Times
*q ': \ Ii reproach of some section by the self Crews motored Worthington Sunday

fs j 1'r' righteous of some other suction. Called the "world champion repeater -
: : 1 I The history of the Rosewood tragedy Dewey Dukes, of Lake Butler, motored and the worst blood. sucker the IV.

:,,.. _. substantially as agreed upon by 1 here Monday. government ever sought," Charles
\ the press, Is as follows: 'A respectable Messrs. Nelson Green and George Harmon, of Baltimore, Md., with a
? } : : white woman was assaulted by u Rivers, of Starke, motored here )last record of deserting from the United ,
t + ,,4+ ,Y'' negro desperado. This white woman Thursday afternoon. States army and 1 re-enlisting 22 times, Your order placed now will protect you against delayor

'k b' lost more and Buffered more than anyone Miss Jewel Wiggins, of Clayno, has been arrested in Atlanta. llarmon disappointment later on-It is the only can
t d, connected with tie trouble, and spent! the week-end here with friends was applying for 'Ilia twenty way you .
j r k: will suffer more all her life long, and and relatives. third enlistment be assured of reasonably prompt delivery.. ,

i. yet the newspapers of even her own Donald Adkins left Sunday after- Harmon used the government for a .'
"' 4 state have passed' over her agony and noon for Starke where he has accepted meal ticket and railroad pass for 11

l ;; 'shame aa nothing compared with the n position an the Hank of Starke. I
fact that somu of the brutes who defended The fencing department of the railroad rowing

the fiend who tortured her, had is here this week. ing to be always somewhere else were I
lost their filthy lives. 0, shame on Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hodges and the reasons given by Harmon for his
We consider it
l the journalist of Florida who de- daughter, Clossie, visited friends) In defiance of the government."The important to give you these facts, so

mood the punishment of white men Starke Sunday army, navy and 1 marine corps that if
,N" 't'I for trying to make the little part of Messrs. Lacy and, Arthur Rigdon, always furnished a ready means of you are planning to purchase a Ford Car,
y+ the world around their homes safe, for of Heilbronn motored here Friday afternoon from the cold 1 Northto
Truck Fordson
Tractor for
': '' or use this
j' '} their women and children. the sunny South," Harmon explained. Spring, or
Passing to the, next chapter of the Everett: Renfrou spent ,Saturday in !
"When it got too hot in the South Summer list order
story, we find that a party of men, Raiford. I deserted and re-enlisted for servicein you can your at once and take ad-
'"' reported, to be friends of the rape Mallory Thomas and 11. O. Rivers :
the North West.
lit or of dealer's first
+ ; fiend had armed themselves and gathered motored here Friday afternoon. vantage our opportunity to make de

S, ,\ together in a houso in the vil' Morris Pearson and Monroe Wolf, .
t ,' ]age of Rosewood, their numbers, livery.
Wh/ Boys Leave the Farm.
"' their cohesion and their making
I ts 'I ASPIRIN The St. Louis. Gloiic-Democrut yetis
t' {' them a potential threat to the, com a whole lot In a few lines when IIays
:Ii!,:'.. munity. They were breaking the law, : "Best reason we bare beard 7e&
t f they hud weapons the law forbade, why boys leave the farm Is becaoM
'*' their having and 1 they were gathered Say "Bayer" and Insist! "I4'Illle'a calf grows to b* pa's
r together possibly for an unlawful Ford Motor CompanyDetroit
purpose There ii not a community of Virginia, were guests of friends

( in' this great country, from ocean to WQ here Sunday.The *
f d ,r' ocean, but what would have considered dance at R. M. Guthrie Satur Mich.
:l such a gathering a danger, and If day night was greatly enjoyed by
l6 ik:, able, investigated it. A party of white those attending. .. .'

d + men went to the house to inquire why
5, F 1 ;, these things should be. And we know

{ enough of these people among whom 1886
II ::1. our :life has. been spent to know that .
I" .\: if the negroes har thrown the door of Jr. '
i.k ,
,, ,
} .. the house open and bade the white "
a men come in and search' ; if they had Authorized Dealer ,. .
w, l told the white men they had their
,. ,f4 arms to. protect them against; other Un1e. you see the name "flayer" on Lincoln Ford Fordson .
packave. or on tablet are not >ttmp -
you gi
. white men, there would!' have been no
I genuine Mayer product prponlxMl -
'f. more trouble, and white and colored l hv physicians; over twenty-two, STARKE, FLORIDA
:'I 't could have gone home and laid 1 down )'l'U"nn..{ proved wife by millions for

to sleep in peace. Such things have CoM,] ITi>a happened in the South in the last half Toothache Lumbago
t i century more times than there are cedars Panted1: Rhruniatimn .
Neuralgia I'am, Pain
l.ebanon-If the who ia
I It oJ f' afraid in asks white men for negro protection, only.Accept Each: "Bayer unbroken Tablets package of .contain\ l'irin"' A Small Deposit and Easy Payments if Desired

r" }it is seldom indeed that he does not twelve direction, It IInly10'1'l '' of 666Ie
: receive it. \ tablet coat few cenU. Druggist /
But these negroes were not in their also sell hiittlrti. of 34 and lOi). a Prescription for Colds, Fever and
Aspirin Is the trade" murk of Buyer
senses-crazed by moonshine. liquor' Manufacture of Monoacvticacidceier ofSalirylicucld. LaGrippe. It's the most speedy rem-
t probably-yet if they were sensible! edy we know preventing Pneumonia.





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I )!C* I as long as prices warrant this procedure I contents and speculation varies greatly museum. 'They are said, however to ,

ly 4 News of Florida in Short Paragraphs JAr,..Every Meal ,and the remainder will be 1 I as to what is inside I I excel in duslgri and workmanship the

I m-... flaanu* e/.nnwn4P'Y4lsr'r....,..""!,.'.,.,f.m..a...i".rV ,"ift (OJtm *.i I' main to be opened but the cover of
I I I Tom 1 gobs" aged negro paralytic, "-
Live State one which has been' fitted revwilod apile '
News WRSGlEYS I who was burned to death in Gainesville Season for Rejoicing.!'
L.---- i .glittering jewels with gall settings :
., .._., wn1 J I i I curly Saturday morning when aset resembling those found prevlously Rlghtcnnsnegs tried, by .adversity hu
av..mu.mmn.ar.eurW "- "- I (lion house in which he was quartered good Ki'oumls" for (;1"'lulI'ln" Its. sorrow.
Told by Our I which lire now in" the Cairo Oi-lil.
Exchanges. caught lira from some unknown
I II II Chew ;your food s
source, was a familiar sight in local
..Iilnnm! ffiSffijmafflm!I1ImImIllaI1lwallUlmrnmmMlnm"-- --- <-_."..."...................-...tslltlt>iII...._...... ,well then useIVKIGLEY'S court circles Fobs was Bi'lit' to Kai- I

I a With a total of 22,211 names on the e The trucking around Sum- to fund in i'J'2l:! on two charges, breaking' ; : ''t Be PeDDY Wise

registration hooks at the chamber o::I' mc-i-lioM l was hit Sunday night Watermelons aid digestion. and entering and assault with intentto

I f commerce it is estimated that her< tomatoes and cantaloupes murder He was convicted in tho I and Pound FcaJishi

I are at this time 75,000 tourists in StPetersburg. planted one month ahead of the usual It also keepsthe circuit omit here und had served but

planting tune were killed by the heavy teeth clean about t\Voiity months of u three year

front and freeze.! The truck will breath sweet sentence. low I ho became discharged! i Don't think because

A new railroad is to be built from I be replanted immediately. Some damage appetite keen. from (he state prison farm could not you can get a

Orlando to Cape Cunavercl, a deer I is reported to citrus trees in blos- I Thm Great American be learned lust night.! Attention of I big can of Baking Powder for little

water port. The new road will con som. The thermometer registered ass I Sweetmeat Shenir I Ramsey was first t directed to

nect with a steamship line and it i I low as twenty-three degrees in expos- the man several days ago when negroes I money that you are saving anything.

anticipated that it will greatly re.diice .'I led plures. living in the vicinity of the I

freight rates in central Florida I Seaboard depot repotted a strangeman I

1Sne had been found Tliere's Only One Way to
apparently deadin
Mrs. J. Reaves
,Y- 61, of West Un- ArJ
Pensacola citizens followed the Ku ion, la., residing in Daytona Beach, I the an empty house in that neighborhood Save on Bake-Day UseCAIlLVMlE7f
K'ux Klan automobiles Friday: nightnift hanged herself 'in" the back room of I Hrepper ItiM-Htigution! of the rumor revealed -

S ( after a meeting broke up. Theychased her apartment Tuesday! morning Her I i l t the fact that the man wim partially -

the Klansmen until one o'clock husband a retired, ranchman, returned I paralyzed. He was canid for

in' the morning and 1 at that the K. home to find the lifeless body of I by negroes and llxi-d! up with clothing

K. K. mode a good getaway. his wife und u hod in a vacant s".lion house
suspended by a trunk rope thervillo National Bank was sewed
looped about her neck fr'l on If K.inisey; contributed to a fundwliiih
and attached to I in his underwear. .
'}'*. It. Brakeman, of Palatka, found a rafter in thoj jxtik1. She had been in was being rained for his up-
flint knife about four K.. No further The Economy BnlllNG POWDER
-11 inches long ill health for several years and the <-p. word: was received
while I II. C. Cruss, a young white man, until the lire
J recently plowing a field near net was undoubtedly caused by despondency Saturday morning.
of Gainesville shot and
|j Florahome. The was killed
A specimen is said to It fraction
I costs
SJJ3 only a -
+ l bl' in a perfect state of preservation early Saturday night by an unid'ntitied Ida Hubbard and her sister llaudy

,' negro. Cross was "shot, just abovo of a cent for '"
und a valuable example of early Indian White, both negroes, were! burned to
workmanship Twenty thousand barrels of rosin the heart, the bullet severing a vein a crisp in I a fire that destroyed their, :;- :,,= .. r' each baking.
I and several hundred barrels of turpentine leading to that organ./ He died! before -
hone on the eastern edge of Madison .r ,
burned in the yards! and shedsof he could be rushed doctor C
The u this Yon less be-
farmers of Klkton: arc suing nwrniuol'Iort: Hubbnid, husbund use
the Naval Stores and Warehouse Arthur Johnson, a is lodged l in 111
t negro
the director general of railroads, alleging of the first named' WIIIIIIU-who it
at Colliding: a ,suburb of PenH cola. the county jail. Ofllcors declare he cause contains
that an embankment by the I slept in an adjoining room! esi-hard
The rosin was valued at approximately is one of the two men responsible for more than the ordi-
e' 'East Coast railway company prevcntd from the house and. was found III uBO
$10 a barrel and, the turpen- the murder Johnson taken
a creek from flowing/ .. natural I was into () foul well in tho yard near the t) nary leavening
tine at $00! ( a barrel. The sheds and his
custody at home shortly lifter
i low! and, as a result the water backed I house. llubbard wan drawn out ..I' a"
; equipment destroyed will make the midnight. lie is said to have attempted oEA strength.The .
+ up causing a flood and destroying the well and placed in jail, and says'
damage in the neighborhood of $300- to hide! u .38 calibre revolver when '
their crops. very little. Ida Hubbard's body was The sales of
000, entirely covered with insurance, oflicers entered his, home ksw Calumet
found lying face upward on the remains 15()
it is said. are over % ({rentertliari
i Frostproof actually has between of the bed and Mandy "'hite'", that of any other

f' ;ten and eleven thousand acres set to Word! wan, received at Bunnell to body nt the foot of thu bed l mid the BEST BY TEST baking, powder.
Looking the improvement of the
UI' Citrus directly sUl'roundinit/ and has the effect that J. U. 1'urkor, master: axe used around the pluru wn in the .
Snwunnee ,
river, a boutcnde consisting '
already shipped 800 cars of fruit this mechanic at the I. F. Smith rock'pit room with the handle burned out, but
o of a number of launches THE WORLD'S: GREATEST BAKING
+ F-ason. In round figures that is carry- between Bunnell and Ormond was their bodies were burned so thoroughly : POWDER"V
ing the Williston .
band and numberof
w >jj, racticallv 288,000 boxes and old cx-> killed following a difficulty he had that no marks! of violence could. .bo
leading citizens of Cedar
Key and
perienced citrus fruit men have said with some negroes on the work. It discerned. There is no doubt that
Levy will Cedar
county start from
.,"that we have yet 700 cars to be ship- was positively stated that a rake in foul play was committed., A prevailing ..IIAROLD.IIUME Jr.Pr..ideni .
Key on March 7, passing the Su- i Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.
'ped this season. river far up I the possession of one I Robert White theory Is that Hubbard who bus: Vlc.Pr..iJonl S... &Tr..e.
wannee as as Branford. On
i,, ** u negro workman was found to have been incapacitated since hiM release
the 8th the people will gather at Best Fertilizers Insecticides Poultry
|.Orlando. was in total darkness Sat- blood out the rake teeth and on the from the army, in a fit of insanity, Sprayers
Branford from the
[Urduy night when a switchboard at ing on the Suwannec counties in a'big border-barbe- handle but a coroner's jury is said killed the women und burned the Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

tPihe public utility plant in that city to have returned a verdict to the effect house. The family had no quarrels '
cue and celebration. Great enthusiasm i Prompt Shipment
.',,::caught fire. Only prompt action on is manifested. that Mr. Parker came to his among themselves und were! well lik-

the' part of employes at the plant death from the effects of a fall froma ed by white people. Another theory Ask your neighbor-.-ll. know.

[saved the city from being without flat car. It'is also reported here has been advanced. that somebody else Get New Fall price list Before Buying ,
Falling into the
softening plant reservoir -
[current for several days. Repairs that the coroner's jury exonerated committed the crime and chuned Hub-
E. 0.
of the Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville Pla
I Daytona waterworks, ; ,
[mere hastily made and current was the negro from all blame in connection bur down the well.TUTANIULtMEN'S. r'
Neal Tippins the 7-year old son of I
with the death.
'restored; within a few' hours.
L. R. Tipping was drowned Sunday
|? evening. Mrs. Tippins had sent the thousand
Announcement has been made that The purchase of ten acres ;= ) TO "ISI1'OISLuxor. __" __ __
I boy to the water plant where his "ro"u ':: :- "
chard Ringling, prominent winter of land by the Palmer Corporation ---'ffi,
father is employed, to request him to from J, II. Lord Is of the most
)resident of Sarasota and connected !! one Feb. 21.-Tho tomb of Tut-

With the Ringling family of circus I bring home some wood. Mr. Tippins important real estate transactions for ankhami/ti was opened olllciiilly to visitors
arrived home
,fame, will import a herd of fine dairy shortly afterwards but the Sarasota section that has: been when about one hundred diwtin-
had not seen tho child, who was evi-
lIttle to Sarasota county for the purpose consummated for a year. The deal guisred. personages were admitted! to
dently looking for his father when he
of stimulating interest in the j involves a strip extending from about HIM* thu splendors disclosed lust week.

development of that section as a dai- fell into the reservoir. After searching two miles cast of tho city of Sarasota From early in thu morning( tin truck
for fully an hour the boy was east for six miles and takes in big
rying center.1Lakeland's. / I, along! the Nile lending to thl'ull'y
found drowned in the reservoir in
saw grass swamps an area of rich of the Kings was crowded, und great
about four feet of water. I muck land of about three thousandacres. I,
new $700,000 hotel! has numbers hardened in various coViveynnces -

'become a certainty with the announcement I It in the purpose of the Palmer to the scene, of the excavations, RUNABOUT
s What is perhaps the record catch
just given out thru the corporation to take this, strip and among them !being Homo of those privIleged -
for size, of .mullet shark was madeat ..
the chamber of commerce that the' I about as much more already owned by to entrance in the tomb itself.

contract has been let and that actual I the dock at Anna Maria Beach on them 'and. form it into one big drainage The damage don. Inside, the tomb
+ Friday afternoon of last week by II.W. : .
Construction work will begin about : district and then put It all under by thieves seems to have been far less i New Price
Ralston of Londonderry, N. II.
cultivation and cut into five and
April! 1st. Operations will be rushed than was anticipated. The canopy

'.o that the hotel may be opened for :: Mr. Ralston hooked and landed the : ten acre farms, groves and gardens.. chamber itself apparently/ is almost )
shark which measured exactly ten None of it will be put on the market
,business next December. untouched, which to a great extent I
feet and four inches from nose to tail I
until 'It has produced
I a crop.
hides numerous inscriptions and decorations -
I What the weight of the giant was III'
: I The first bank robbery in the his on the walla, has: led Mr.
not known as the scales on the dock I
tory of Orlando was pulled olf Thursday Another of the series of alleged incendiary Carter to think that it may cover other -
were too small to register it. The II
night when thieves drilled a' tunnel fires in the Ybor City partof mummies in addition to that of

e from a local five and ten cent j I shark was taken with a regular shark Tampa occurred when the plant of Tutankhamen. I j 269p.
line baited with a drum fish. It took
tore and entered the state bank of the Grapico Bottling works burst into Entering; through the breech into
i everybody on the dock to aid Ralston
Orlando. They entered a storage]i flumes, immediately after an explosion \ the inner chamber, which now was
in pulling his big catch out of the
fault and made off with an undetermined that jarred other structuresfor brilliantly lighted by electric lumps I

amount of valuables deposited I water. blocks around. Fire Chief Holton the visitors exclaimed with delight

by customers of the bank. They did I| I stated tonight that he was warned und astonishment at the beauties of I

,if not succeed in getting into the money I Clothed in".rags and apparently poverty -I two weeks ago that the building was the glorious shrine. Notwithstanding I I
stricken a man Identified as M. i to be burned and had for some time
1-vault. I the closeness uf the atmosphere O. H. DKTROITWtth
r. J. Luddington of Estherville, Iowa been the lookout for alarm from
I on an Queen Elizabeth: of Belgium who was I I I II

was found dead in a room in Fernan- that part of Ybor City. A telephone among the visitors, remained for half I Qnc-man Top and Slanting/ Windshield
I dina where he had been staying for
few minutes before the I
n message a an hour )plying her c n I the past few days by a maid when she
Rough II I plosion that started the fire, evidently questions and expressing intense interest -

chappedands ? entered to clean the room Saturday was designed a* a decoy to get the but when she emerged! it was I

I II morning When the officers examined fire department of the nearest stationto evident that shu hud sulfured und. was
I ,
ft the clothes it was found that he
MENTHOLATUM Ii another part of Tampa but failed. glad I to rest on a nearby thuir and, I
had $1.50 in small change in his pocketbook .
i When tiremen.-entered the burning
take a draught of water.
makes them smooth. I
and a secret pocket his vest
building they state they found several Among the discoveries inside the'
and comfy I revealed $20 in paper money, while of and.
open kegs gasoline( turpentine
tomb was a vest of gold thread adorned : et
$!IOOO() in certified checks on the Ks-: scattered about with oil waste andral'S : ,.f i 11,
with precious: stones and! hung Ili

soaked in turpentine in various with amulets. What hitherto was assumed -

I parts of the building.The to bu the sled which drew the i,

mummy Into the tomb now is believed {

I editor of the Clay County to have been the litter for carrying u

.' : Times published at Green Cove has sacred: boat in the funeral procession. I I
recently made a trip about the developments '
It has tour handles. I

MOTHER! MOVE of the Florida Farms and The two statuette! of Tutankhamen j j ,w 9'f4546: r-iW}
Industries Company, at Long Branch are particularly interesting. One M1

and Bordenville, and reports wonderful shows the king wearing the crown of I The Ford Runabout at this new low price

rl 1 activities and prospects of ever Upper Egypt, and the other the crown is the most economical of
means transportation

greater development within the next of Lower Egypt significant of his: I

CHILD'S BOWELS few years. "Twelve thousand acres dual kingdom.The salesmen can employ. With

have been cleared and hundreds upon chariot aro small and not; serviceable the new one-man top and slanting windshield

it hundreds of acres are under cultivation like those (n the outer cham
it is a more wonderful value than
says the Times, and the story ber. They apparently are models. The

on to tell of the in various ever before. Time-saving dependable
goes acreage chariots are covered with (gold plate absolutely -

"California fig Syrup"'f is products and !special features and inlaidi with colored enamels and transportation at the minimumcost.

of farming undertaken. It is shown atones The treasures of the inner

'f) Child's Best Laxative that the company has six hundred chamber are bewildering in their rich- Buy now Terms if desired.

acres in pecan groves, many acres of ness and number. It will take a long I

truck of various kinds. A fine sani- time to examine and sort them. I
Hurry Mother A faMpoanful of right out of The stomach and bowel tary dairy is one 'of the attractions,
these ia gild
Noteworthy among a J. W. ANDREWS, JU., DEALER
"California Fig Syrup" now will thoroughly without griping or upsetting the child.
clean the little bowels and in a Tell your druggist you want only the and much attention Is given to poul- ed box six feet lung by four feet wide I LINCOLN FORD FOUDSON I II I

few noun you have a well, playful child genuine; "California Fig :Hyrui which try raising. A canning factory is tho content of which are not known.

again. Even if crake feverish, bilious, hog direction fur babies and children there to preserve* and can surplus Egyptologists are particularly inter- I STARK, FLORIDA IH

eoiwtiptted or full of cold, children of all age printed on bottle. Mother product An item mentioned was ested In this box:, as nothing like it
l eve iu "fruity" taste and mother can you must say "California. Refuse any three million tomato plants In the ; l 11
reat because it never f,il. to work imitation. has previously: been found. They are "' -- ...
an UM easy souring food and nasty bile seed bed Tomatoes will be shipped evincing great curiosity regarding its -T----, = : ::: == "?k-<: -:: L-::J.Jtt3 -=:



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    FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1'I23.!

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    1I1IIh day nt March A. I). 1023 apply "
    ing for the of the in- fridges on County JudKtt NOTICE TO CITIZENS I INods
    apart, purpose to the honorable K. A. l.rwn
    I'l Bradford County Telegraph Just then window three stories upwus In unit for .ied! county at bin ufTico in Star ho
    t come tax law, depends upon individual a Florid,. in aid:! county, nt 10 o'clock' A. M. I I la hereby (given to the ante n, *

    I .... '. .. ..' --:--:=-:-=-.- .' 1 ] circumstances. A wifo who sup raised, and O'Buryno poked out or Aft noon thetvutUT AH tho matter can Iw Bradford. will county introduce Florida a bill that In we.the tin unrt'ijiud. .
    to oIL at mihtio or prl- let
    A ports 'an invalid hubxnnd in a sani- his head to shout down; heard HiiU for>, mitho the eald Jly l mlMont; InUreMl onoMevcnth '' Corm of the k'ttlnliiLiirw of ,the state of F0rtda. ?a.
    'Published 1 weekly and entered aa I "It's ammunition if anybody wantsto sate for t-nc-h minor and a four-seventh nreVTtllnir) for the r wf.Iing of alt ,n,' ''
    tarium may claim the exemption allowed l- undivided! inu-rtitt in all in th. following di. ttundinic school lndrbuvlnsa of aald. count, :*

    second clans matter, at the post II a married couple. The separation know." scribed real) vwUtt' tho in sold Northw coufity Comer to-wlllCmmttenelny : of pnwentetl vHrmnt of bv the outntandinvr board of public note Inalruritf and ,, '
    I nt '
    I ''
    : I office at Starke Florida. GOOD is one of necessity. Southwest; Wunrl4r of nhwint. Qtmrtvr/ and ftradfonl county Florida, after ti?,. ?,IP, '
    Union .
    hundred rata portion of county Floridn r
    I I : ... .. |: The revenue act does not prescribe LAKE BUTLER runntnir fvut to thence thtHtfht South of way of (UiHirirla; South-| I nd..hI"do la derluct4d therefrom and, ) 'H. .
    ;r-MATTREWS; onu thc-nce East three. i .ndt'btelm.a' of Bradford county, >d't.
    It ilroOd. i iIrualntr
    r Editor: and Owner CIGARETTES i, the amount of the exemption allowed frn hundred A( Florida fart thence North five hundred fifty ,, Union amant,'. portion tl .-r..'??,

    "'/ i u married woman living with her husi Lake Butler, March 2.-On Sunday, flvo fcfl. t hi.netVct. five hundred fifty feet I, tiporoxlmatea the sum of S40.U1MI loin ,"
    the board of publ'O' Instruction of mall ,,,
    of hcuinninu, in I I1I00IIt MM,01'
    II-M l f. I i band. Married couples living together at 11 a. m., Rev. J. B: Rooney, presiding moro h..t or fuHrtvr/ of the. Northwest Quarterof county Florida, authority to IHHIIO 'lf'oI i ineKoti.iblo "
    PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY C ,," .nlno, townuhip Noven South. bond of atd Brailfonl' oautCj.ihti .
    I 'r | granted of $2,500or of the Jacksonville district Section t onty
    .. I are an exemption |1 elder of KHrw tuvnly-two Eat containing four i nuorevate aum of said. Indebteineg.Imnds v'', "

    V ; [r[ ii i j|| _, | $2,000 depending upon whether preached a splendid sermon to acres more or )<... i .shall bear not more than six i. rInterest ,
    payable deml-anmt ,
    I iwr
    RATE their combined net income is $5,000 a large congregation at the Methodist Also that portion of 'tho North Half. Quart..rof of the5nuth.vet and to be lintel in perks of not m.,.," ulthrew n" ,
    SUBSCRIPTION of the Nnrthw.et
    loltary ouch, the flout .
    or less, or more than 5000.: Husband church. "...>Ion, twenlynhw. 'fnwn.hlp ..seven I I, r>f Hiiid tbo.iannd boniln to tm made due and paj-ah''" r .,

    : m :Per Year _________________ ____$2.00 GENUINE: and wife may make seperatc re- 1 He spoke at length of two paths (South'ommrneing, of i Range at n twenty-two point on the Eaat North sa followat uldu of Merlea the nmt of dity d of buds AtitrUHt.to b..A due. D.and 1\24.pavan and, 'a"..
    '. I turns they make choose from in this the (..", ...1.. Southern & Florida Railroad rlffhtnf l I i of .
    o.r may a joint re that man has to of Section I lino.thonoe tho flint day of AutrunV each and x "
    BULL UHV throe Hundred feet rapt I I until all nnld Indebtt ,
    turn. In the event separate returns life. One on which the affections( are running Hunt four hundred: and five year thermiftcr. '"
    I Kissimmoo regrets the publicity it I I North five hundred and elffh- I|; ,I'HH been fully paid and natiMfled. which In.. <

    has received l through 'having Ijn Its : DURHAM I are made, either husband or wife may : centered, on the fleeting pleasures of feot tv-two thence fort run thence running West fortyM 'htfcot. sold rem. to Itmdfnrd bo a lien county.on all Florida taxable, and property to iiipa?

    midst a "hooded band." We have read TOBACCO claim the exemption allowed married |'the world, and in which real happiness ty-two. !thncB sat running to point, South of .tvctrlnnintf five hundred containingthree. *l ,h- -at of the general ,school funds of aalit, H-nd,'

    diligently, but we have not observed persons, or they may divide it between could not be found, while true HUTU, more or I.\.... be based the ford county year, ,by Florida......_, Inar to be all ruined losable by property Uxattntouch .
    them in such proportions I remaineth for those who Which apT.II.allnnII 'thereof and requiring the said board of nut
    as happiness file in laid
    ed ale
    where a community enywhere has to nrrro months.He netttion for Much now on (to instruction of auid Hradford county, Fh-
    they choose. abideth in the Lord. ..ld aulTicient iwrtion ,
    bi-en commended or one that has servJd Wtcd D. 1023. ids to net a a of "
    in the Confederate armyas Fc-l 27 A.
    I Tho period for filing income tat administration of the D. MAXWELL. school runts thereof each year to pay midInterettt ,,
    returns After the sacrament IDA
    boasted about having such an orsrunlzatinn. a member of Co. II. 9th Florida I of Jams, Julia Bemtlu and KeueccaMnxwvll. and principal each year aa the ream.
    .-Plant City Courier. regiment, Finnegan's Brigade, Ma- ends at midnight March 15. of the Lord's !Supper:; the bus- Minor. a-2-6t-i-30. "become due and piiyahlu. W"
    1). T. GEROW, iness session of the Lake Butler and -- E. 8. MATTHEWS.:
    hone's Division, Hill's Corps, Army j ORDER FOR PUBLICATION U. E. KNIGH..T.2.9o... ..

    i Douglas/ Fairbanks, we understand, of Northern Virginia, Was comman- Collector. I Lawtey charge was held.A In Circuit Court, Slate of Florida EI.hlh. '

    ti has accepted the Job of scout master der of Stewart camp, U. C. V., at number of the officials of the Judicial, Circuit Bradford county, in ahan'j'! ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

    for n troop of Boy Scouts on the Pacific Jasper, Fla., at the time of his death. .MISSIONARY INSTITUTEThe church and visitors attended from cery.Adn L. Hainan, being joined by I In Circuit Court. Stat of Florida. ]EIKhuI
    I Lawtey and Worthington Springs. W. W. BniHden, her husband Judicial Circuit Bradford County,, in Choeery .
    const. No fear of his being firedon I He participated in the battles of Cold and;I next friend I j I I .

    account of incapacity and the boys : Harbor, Gaines Farm, Turkey Ridge, Missionary Institute in the I- ..Complainant.. Emma: Murrhee.Complainant.

    will worship him. But the boys' Roams Station, First Battle of Petersburg Baptist church, beginning Thursday J. R. Hayne and Ida E. Hayntn. I VIIC. ,
    der the able management of Mrs. W. his wife. E. M\1rrh..*.
    mothers will be on tenterhooks every | Battle of the Crater, in the morning, will bring quite a number of I Defvndnnta. Defendant. I
    time they out with "Doug" on a II. Lee, and the beautiful solo sung It appearing l by afTldavlt appended to tho
    go trenches in front of Petersburg and strangers to Starke. The meetingsare that J. K. It appearing. by affidavit appended U. ;ae
    fi bill\ tiled in the abovtataled agate .
    by Miss Corinne Shaw. After the Mil III led in the ahove-ntatetl cause that r
    hike. We expect that he will cause i and lila I';. Haynea. hit wife the tiefondanta I
    :; otherengagements. open to the public, many of whomit /lliiymw non-renldenta. R. Murrheo. the defendant therein premed, *a

    S I 1,, a considerable! enlargement of the !, August 25, 1807, John M. Caldwell is felt will take advantage of such i benediction the visitors were enter- the State therein of ,Florida numtnl and, .are they are reehlente:: of: a re In.Iol.n'himwlf of no the that state proem of. Florida of subpoenanot and 'aD con 4
    Boy Scouts' Manual. The additional l tamed in the homes of the members >f Wairram. 8c"ttnnd: county State of North cm in ....
    was married to Miss Jennie Goolsbyof a gathering to bear of the work that each tho of be ,stored upon him and over tho *
    Carolina and they are over age
    It i. therefore nnlerrthat '
    1 t chapters will probably be headed Hamilton county, Florida, who survives 'is being carried on in the world, by ,, of the church. twenty-one yearn; it ia therefore ordered that of twonty-ono sold' l rvftidont yearn dufendnnt: bo and U I hen

    something! like this: "How to jump him. I the Baptist denomination. One day last week the little three- aid non-ifwldent to defendanta to the be bill and of complaint are here by required to appear to the bill nf complaint11,01
    appear ekuuiu before Monday, 'f
    \ from bridge to moving train "How : year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Idol in sand cause on or leforo Mondaythe ( in Bald on or
    ; 2nd day of April. A. P. 1023 otherwise tht'
    In 1876 he ordained as a min I I thoulluiratlonH
    was otherwise
    2ml day of April A. D. 1923
    Harley Varnes came near being killed \ of HHtd bill will be taken an COT
    to swim roaring river[ full of anld 1 'illftrntlonii
    t $ across ister of the Baptist church. He ser- CHRISTIAN CHURCH of bill' J will be taken an eon.fcfMHed leewd by Mild defendant.It .
    + "L: drift ice;" "How to behave when sitting by a hog. It seems that he little one by aid tlefendanta. I' in further ordered that this orderpublished .
    nd that thla order be pubMtihed
    veil. this church as a missionary_. It ia further ordered week for four connerutixweek
    climbed the fence and got in the once a
    I over week for four connecutivo weeks
    box of a
    exploding dynamite onee
    1 ( on 'established a large number of the Our audiences I I in the Bradford County Telegraph",
    were good
    Sundayand Telegraph
    a newHpa-
    In the Bradford County
    where the hogs of in said anti statThta
    were one county
    etc. If "Doug's" charmed life lasts pasture and ', newnpiiner published
    in said county state
    Baptist churches now established in the interest fine. Choir practice iii,i' punlinhed February 27. 1123.*
    whom was a very vicious sow, which title February 28. 1923. ALDERMAN
    ho will make W.
    lung enough G.
    ta supermenof middle North Florida. He active at 7:30 school' G. W. ALDERMAN i
    was Thursday Bible
    i : p. m. Clerk Circuit CoarBy
    da. tho American Boy Scouts. I attacked the little !girl. She was I in the ministry until. throat trouble Sunday at 10 a. in. Preaching at 11 the C. A. KNIGHT. C. A. KNIGHT
    knocked down, bruised about legs Deputy CUrkA.
    AN. Clerk.A.
    I caused him to diminish the amount ''a. m.'and 7:30: p. m. All cordially invited Deputy 7.:. ADK1NS
    and head., If it had not been for the CHEWS.Solicitor .
    I *;* HON. E. i S. MATTHEWS OFF his I 8. for S-25t-3-rtO Solicitor for Complainant. 8-2-Gt-3.J :,
    I of public speaking. to come. ComplalnimU;;
    STARKE timely arrival of her parents, who
    lie founded the Jasper News ini W. E. DAUCUERTV, were nearby she would' have been 1

    .u i 1890.! With the of few 1I .
    exception a Minister. I ----
    killed. Dr. J. E.: Maincs was culled -
    y" We hud almost taken pen In handto short intervals, he actively managedand
    and dressed the wounds. At this writ-
    + name Hon. !'i. S. Matthews as ourIk4' edited the paper until retirement BIG SEIZURE OF EXPLOSIVES:: ing the little one has improved GENERAL INSURANCE I
    choice for speaker of the next Florida from active business. -MADE IN NEW YORK CITY
    I house of when the much and is doing nicely. INMAN & RITCH I
    representatives, From 1881, he served as clerk of

    news reached us that he had resign the circuit court of Hamilton countyfor Rifles( Hand Grenades, Machine Guns;
    I Iay' ed. The Bradford County Telegraph seven years, also from 1812!> to i and Ammunition Uncovered FIRE. LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

    t nays he hud resigned his seat in tho 1890 in the same o lce. I March 2.-N. G. Hayes Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 II

    Ji legislature because of sickness in his He was district deputy grand master New; Hours .
    \ York, Feb. 21.-The seizure of was in Lake Butler Monday on busi- Every Day.
    :family and his. fear that he can not. of grand lodge V & A. M. for his
    \ *'1 75 cases of hand grenades and high
    ; do full justice to his public duties. district many years, and served sev- explosives being unloaded from u I ness.Andrew Dekle was in STARKE, FLORIDA :
    fl This is to be much regretted Eugene .jjral terms as grand orator of the' truck into a basement in the Chulsea ity Monday. jommun-

    'J' Matthews Is an able man and gave grand lodge He also grand high
    was /
    pier district tonight led to the dis-
    Mrs. N. G. in Worthington
    Hayes was -
    \ .I. the state brilliant service in former priest of tho grand chapter, R. A. M.nf covery of 100 more cases, which had I Tuesday. Special Seed Offer

    when he held a seat in the legislature
    years Florida, in 1911. been I
    secreted in ;
    a riverfront lodging Sam Hurrell of Raiford, was in our
    . and when he was speaker of Always actively interested In public house. I He Introducing Mills High Crude; Garden, Field and Flower Seed
    community Tuesday. was accompanied -
    1 ,. the house of rl'presentatlve&-Galnea-: affairs he stumped Florida for A few, minutes later city and federal i home by his mother, Mrs. John Beautiful Packages $1.00
    $1.00---15 ---
    I ville Sun.MATTHEWS.
    t. / tho Democratic ticket with Gov. Mitchell authorities uncovered in the same Harrell.

    4'4 f and others in 1892.!!! Though '!' "*..
    building 200 rifles 100 machine I" J" Postpaid
    guns Mrs. O. W. Barry and Mrs. W. M. ,!I

    a. '.'id.-. WITHDRAWS licited, to run for office many time 110-1 and largo quantities of steel-jacketed Harrell were shopping in Worthington SPECIAL, FLOWER SEED OFFER SPECIAL GARDEN SEE OFFER

    .et ; illS RESIGNATIONCompiles vlinod, preferring to work i..,' machine gun ammunition in belt. The
    friends and his What offices Wednesday. Asters, Cornflower, Calliopsis, Cy- Green; Beans, Wax Beans Pole Beanepress
    I I
    ' ) .r. : party. explosives, in huge packing cases, .Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu were, in Peas Sugar
    With Unt; of he held unsolicited and Vine, Gailiardia Kochia, Mar- Butler English ,
    Request came
    were to "S. C. S.-New
    his I i Worthington Friday afternoon. igold, Petunias, Phlox Salvia, Snap Corn, Beets, Carrots, Cucumber.
    Friends That He Serve without active campaign on "
    a'it a any York, and to "Arthur Leibinger 203
    ITo N. G. Hayes, who has been employed Dragon Alyssum' Thunbergia, VerOkra, Lettuce Radishes, Onions, To
    1;, part. West Thirty-fourth street." All were at Palmetto, returned home last
    Mills Giant Double Zinnias.. Squash. .
    beau matoes
    Hon. E. S. Matthews, who last-week his union with Miss Goolsby. labelled "precaution, high explosives week.

    u. \ tendered his resignation to Governor twelve children: were born. With his handle with care." Desmond Dukes, of Dukes, passed We cheerfullyadvise you, WHAT, WHEN AND HOW to Plant.

    Hardce us a member-elect of the widow, seven of these survive: Willie Edward and Patrick brothers
    Howey, through our community Saturday.S. .
    f ; house of Representatives, has complied C. Caldwell, of Jasper, Ben M. who claimed to own the moving C. Andreu was a business visi- Write for Copy of Our

    h with the urgent requests of his!!! Caldwell, J. F. Caldwell, tif Jasper: van whence the explosives in huge tor to Worthington Saturday. MILLS FARM SPECIAL

    i friend and withdrawn the Mrs. A. B. Small of Miami: Mrs. F.
    ? j many res- packing .
    t cases were-being on I N. G. Hayes, Sr., was in Worthington Giving Germination and Prices on Seasonable Seeds
    Igmttion..b D. Warren of Sun Francisco Mrs.
    %' ; n plank into the basement, were takenin one day last week.
    Governor Hardee it is understood Nellie Helton and Stafford Caldwell MILLS SEED STORE -
    custody, ns was Joseph O'Buryne, .... ,
    was among those who urged Mr. Mat of Jacksonville.The proprietor of the lodging house. HIGHLAND Operated by Mills the Florist, Inc. I

    '9, thews to withdraw his resignation old soldier is now at rest and Tw'o other men, engaged: in unloading -

    : assuring him that there would certainly his thousands of friends all over Florida the munitions when waterfront JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
    a Highland, March 2.-Mrs. H. C.
    be no objection to his spending will learn of his death with great patrolman became suspicious and Wimberly Miss Ethel Ricks, J. L. 36 West Duval Street. P. O. Box"" 102

    part of the time at home, should circumstances sorrow. summoned police and
    secret service .
    j Johnson and G. II. Barker were visitors

    demand it. Mr. Matthews' agents, escaped. A half dozen tenants to Jacksonville Thursday. --- --- .
    r resignation. and tendered INCOME TAX IN FORM.tTLO.NThousands r
    was prompted of the lodging house also
    were Mr. and Mrs. I). E. Bell motoiYd to
    on account of illness in his. famIly -
    taken to headquarters to
    i ln\ question Jacksonville on business Friday.J .
    which he feared might requirehim of women are requiredto
    M. and Kenneth
    Thompson visited
    to absent himself at frequent intervals 11 lo an income tux return and pay n ed.The Howey brothers claimed to have in Lawtey Saturday. Check Up YourselfEvery

    or for a continued ]length of tax on their net income for the year hauled the seized cargo from a "red Charles Black, of Jacksonville,

    time from his official duties 1022. No official estimate be given I
    ? as a can brick warehouse" on River street, Ho- spent the week-end here the guests

    i member of the house. of tht number of such women, but hoken, N. J., at the instance of the of G. H. Barker. "

    statistics of incbme for the year 1920, two men who escaped and whose Mrs. J. A. Starling returned Sat-
    JOHN CALDWEL OF JASPER issued show that
    recently approxi-
    names they claimed
    not to urday from a two weeks' visit with
    + DIED AT HOME THERE MONDAY matelyj03OO/ () women filed returns I
    I Authorities of
    Every Division
    Sur- relatives in Jacksonville.Geo. progressive or prosperous institution takes inventory -
    for that the
    year, claiming $1,000 exemption round
    PropertyAuthorities Wilkinson was a business via
    Jasper, Feb. 20.-John M. Caldwell, allowed u single person. The of every division of the itor'to Lawtey Saturday. or "checks themselves up at regular intervalsto

    d' one of Hamilton[ county's' most distinguished amount of net Income reported by local and federal police systems surrounded G. M. Robinson of Jacksonville see where they stand to see if they are making. or
    s' citizens, known and loved these v) men was $1,201,955,727.:; In the property where the seiz- transacting business here Saturday.Mrs. losing money. .

    by a large circle of friends throughout addition there were; tiled 132,181 returns -
    ure occurred and immediately began It is just for individuals take
    t" L. B. Ward, Mrs. H. C. Wim as important to periodical -
    (out Florida" died at his home here by women claiming an -
    ripping open the packing cases (in the berly] Miss Winifred Wimberly and inventories to determine'their condition morally
    at 11:25: o'clock this morning, in the of $2,000 as the head of a family lodging house "arsenal." ,
    s They found G. H.
    Barker motored to Starke Monday /
    77th year of bin age. The funeral "a person who supports and maintains hand grenades, loaded and set, rifle physically, spiritually and financially.

    will take place here on Tuesday, in one household one or more grenades smokeless gunpowder, saf- Are you content with your present condition and accomplishments -

    February 27, under church and Mas- individuals closely related to him (or ety cartridges, machine guns, rifles, fbe Quinine l '__61 i)ot. !not.IIBI.I i' it.BrcaiiM ?

    onic auspices[. W John L. Hall, her) by blood, marriage or ammunition of III tnn'o inrt ,Ji-x-'Vo' .' r. Is
    iron bombs and quantities TIVK: BHOMO: QtlNINK ijuu _. ', w,,. I. your coudition better,'or worse than it was a year
    grand master of Free and Accepted Net incomes reported by ad"pti''I// of iron rods, the purpose of which by anyone without cflunln.1, erv'tfm ?
    \ In the head. E.W.GROViS.btwtcr:: ago
    l, I Masonry in Florida, will attend. for the year 1920! amounted! was not known.

    The patchiul ancestor of John M. 3M,530.( Under the revenue net now Chiefs-of the secret service MASTER'S SALE Are you reaching out fcr success, or are you just

    Caldwell was one of three brothers in force the personal exemption allowed -I authorities, fire department officials, police] virtu Nfttfee of.U that hereby certain given final that decree under. of and foreehriiure by- I merely drifting with the tide.

    who cam to this country prior to the head of n family Is $2,500if :! heads of the bomb squad, and of the A. O. UI5.I male by and HnnurnM cnUjtfNl A.on V.January Lone Judge 2t th. i If the latter is true your condition is daily growing

    the Revolution, one settling in North tho net [income for 1922! :! was $3,000 bureau, of combustlles i>" the Ctreuit Court In and for Bradford for
    and all departments : I II I you are constantly losing an opportunity to
    f Carolina and founding that branchof or less and $2,000 if the net Income cnunty. Florida. In that certain eauve wherw-
    t of the in I In Adam JJrinaon ia t
    police Hoboken were complainant, and .1.1 J. I better yourself and help fellow
    the family from which the subject exceeded $5,000. summoned (:u...ham and Amanda iniifjium are drfoml- your man.
    "' of thin sketch descended another The number of to join the investigation. ante the undmvlKnefl will oTTer for nalv and Reach out for success but do not confuse success
    making separate Discovery of the explosives nllt Mil for cant to the hlvluvt. bidder in I I
    was accidental.
    I t s one settling in Virginia and the returns from husbands for the A policeman was patrolling ff front ml county of the Florida courthouse on door Monday In Starke the 2nd, Haul day. with mere monep getting, for after all it is not alto- '

    third in New Jersey. year 1&20:! was 775i>81 reporting net I his lonely beat along the North river of of April aalis' for A. D.the 192,1.punvme durinir of the aatinfylnir legal noun, ', ; ... gether what you make but what you save that counts.

    1, ,, His great grandfather moved from Incomes of $53440,905.! : These figure near where it is lined by piers of the dral aVenw.;nt' following: : real state Bald in i I I No life is complete that does not contribute tcf the
    ; 'Yrndford Florida, to-witt
    jtNorth( Carolina to South Carolina in show the Incomo in return
    t reported Cunard, White Star and French linesteunwhips The North Half of the Northwrat Quarter I I happiness of others. Are daily to I
    a which state the father of John M. filed by women forms nti important when the N"rthoa Quarter of the Southeast. you contributing.
    nt Twenty-fourth Quarter of Section Twenty-six the ;
    happiness of
    > Townnhipbe those around
    Caldwell l Mm born and reared, he part of the aggregate income of the ;:Mt'i-t and Eighth ha l&j South.: Kanwr Twenty-two Fast Con i you

    .. 'moving to Florida about the time ho people of the United' -States.A ('.ur men working In avenue tfu' dark, heaving spied- nlninif Fv., nerve, more D. KNIGHT or Ire.. We want to contribute to your haypinei by helping. ,!

    became of age. Ho afterward married womnn who_was widowed\ iurin! <.: ', nnd skidding a vanload of crate- .t. S. CREWS. Special. Mauler in Chancery. : I you to get ahead in this world. tI

    Lamoniler Tnrploy Strickland and to the year 1922::! unless the head of a down planks Into u basement. Solicitor: for Complainant. 3-2-3t-3.HO/ I I IiI'

    this union was, born John M.[ Caldwell family, -tyuiarried on or before December Thought it Was Booze GVARUTAN'A OTI"E TO SREALtS.. I

    on November 21, 1810, on a farm 31, 1U22, may claim a personal "What U it?" TATE '
    asked tho policemAn, fn court of County Jmt.... State of Florida
    two miles east- of the town of Madison of A
    exemption only $1,000. ns ho inserted his nightstick under Bradford County

    Flu. divorcee or wife who continuously the cover of a case. "Booze"' ..d.In re estate of Jamue !M. Maxwell, deeena i BRADFORD COUNTY
    He received hit education in such and without necessity makes her "No canned Notice! to hereby given to all whom It may BANK
    f ; goods, the workers concern. that I. liia D. M.II., aa guardian I ,
    private and Boml-public schools as! home apart from her husband,' is ,told him. of Jame. Maiwrll. Julia Maxwell. Biwle I .

    ,_ ,y existed in middle! r'tori.lu in the frontier classed: as a single person, anti] entitled "I've heard that one before saM Maxwell and Ktbccca Maxwell minor, "'III| I N. T. RITCII. W. T.? WEEKS J.n.JUTCn. !

    i days preceding the Civil war. to'only the $1,000 personal( ex: I the patrolman and he pried up, the To Cure a Cu!" in One i>u.y II i President Vice President.; Cashier

    Jlost of his education was self-taught emption. lid.I In the light of his pocket flashlight Take LAXATIVE PROMO QCtWINC. CTeMr'i': I r-!
    the("o.. h nod. llwilai end w.>-> >./
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    all his entire schooling only Whether and wife Ollv
    f amount- 1nit'" are I 1( he saw hand grenades and car- <),!U. YW..ROVE'/anaa.c'aroe.u.' ... 4.. -- ---- ---- ;
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    ''' I'L. Hamrick.wero Mrs.schoolmates McMullin and"in Mrs.the Knight.Iliawuthu'a Wooing, words by Long-i|I '

    @ Bits of LocalInformation long ago." fellow, music 'by R. G, Colo-Lym.ui. ('ENT-A-'ORfl%%
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    @ --- -- 1i 1' Pryor. Mrs. E. K. Perryman ut
    Monday evening: the Merry Workers II ( I the piano.
    had a pleasant meeting with Mrs. The Garden of Flowers-Cantata 'COLUMN I '
    F. L. Turner. At the close of the J. for ladies' voices. I II

    evening tho hostess served 1 cake and r i. I Those taking part in the cantata II I f fI

    {j Concerning Our People, business and fa vanilla cream. I TURKISHVIRGINIA .- ,I .II'O Mosciamim'" 1"'. H. Long, Florence I FOR SALE- Meade cotton sped! $2,60
    Progress in the
    County and Town. I 1-jvM-ll A. Z. Adkins H. !II.
    BURLEY Young! per bushel James Reynolds, Graham -
    1 L. C. Powell went last Thursday to ] I E. M. Johns, 1>. E.: Knight, J. W. Andrews : Kin. 3-2-iJt

    \:; \ Hardeeville, S. C., to attend the funeral I Jr., E. L. lliggs, L. II. Hill, I
    Miss\ Kate Livingston is Bpunding of D. II.( Boyd. Miss Pauline j I Aliases Florence! Matthews, Hilda, FOR SALE-Strawberry crates, complete -
    C. L. Hodges spent Sunday in Muctleiiny. lloyd, who has visited Starke with D. W. Moore The- 1'ressn
    several weeks in, Tampa with her a number -, Strutii Nellie Stearns, Iris Epperson 1 cups. ,
    brother G. C. Livingston. of times, is the daughter of Mr. '' 1 Ethel Vtrillln, Maiguerile :Shriver and I 2-16-tf. ?
    Boyd. If !Mrs. Ed R. Nell. II Ii I
    Joseph Thomas spent Saturday in f
    Jacksonville. i A. M. I'fttit, of New Smyrna, spent Prof. Lym.in P. Pryor, director i When ordering your Missionary and '
    Sunday and Monday here looking after Mrs E. L. Biggs left Thursday for !; I Mrs F.:. K. I'virymun, accompanist. Klondyko strawberry plants for
    l business. DeLand, where she Is visiting Miss i I' !Mesdames D. E. Knight and A. Z. growing runners specify Alien'
    Mrs. 0. L. Beasley spent last Friday Jewel Tatuni, and before returning m" ,. Adkins, committee on arrungomontti. and get the best that can be grown

    in Jacksonville., '!> Joe Wainwright, of Tampa, spent home Mrs. Diggs will also visit in AMERICAN TOIA<
    Call 32 for ; Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Daytona. I Store and also at tho door on (lilt stitutes. Mr. N, B. Hull represents !i

    quality and service. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright I II Mrs. N. Sternberg said: It has always night of performance.\ us in Starke and will forward your I
    I P. S. McMillan and family have been said that Admission, 25 and 60 cents. order 2-D-lt
    Kirk Lewis spent Friday in Jack- moved back to Starko from Gaines woman was cre- .
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    sonville. Just received a fresh !shipment ated after man, but time and tide has
    I ville. They occupy the Klckliter cottage U.YPTIsr CHURCH ] 22: gold Evershitrp pen
    of Johnston's
    I candies atTurners once changed; they sent invitations
    on Clark street, just south of the top, also lost in Decem
    I I Drug Store. after us, thanks to them.
    Miss Inez Moitt
    in in Jacksonville i! Hoover cottage. on Cove Springs road,
    ) Mrs. H. H. Young's toast was us The regular services of tho church
    visiting: relatives I, I noithcast
    | I of Kingslcy lake, large
    II I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., follows: I recall that sometime ago will be held on Sunday, the pastor occupying I '
    I The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday opnl stick pin, safety attachment.Liberal .
    i I went to Jacksonville to the club ladies entertained tho gentlemen the! pulpit morning and eve
    J. E. Adkins, of New River, was in Wednesday afternoon, the 11th of March, 3:30: at reward i If returned\ () P. O 'p
    attend but thought it beyond them to ning. The Bible, school continues in
    town Tuesday. a meeting of the Ford,dealers. the Methodist church Thia"change In Box" :303.upstart : .
    include themselves, as the men have interest, with visitors each Sunday. I
    the regular time was made so as not
    has done tonight. It seem impossible to Supt. Quigley, with his assistants, legislator from
    Messrs. E. II. Smith and Bob Dem- Miss Ann Zitzke, spent to interfere with the Chautauqua Kentucky dollies
    orest spent Saturday in Jacksonville.Crane's several months here, left Tuesday. for meetings.Mr. learn the identity of the one man who will be pleased to wulcomo any visitors tlio fair pages of our numt glorious
    her home in Rorkford l, 111. started this supper movement, but I who/ desire to spend the hour in work of letters by 1I\U'h trash in
    have him in mind. and :School this
    Fine Linen Stationery and Mrs. Freeman Register "Hong study. begins at :
    II. L. Stevenson has his have "Somebody said it couldn't be done, Utr: a. m.1)ivino What wonderful bird tho
    at Turner's" Drug Store.Mr. as guests returned from their wedding frog are!
    parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson, of journey to Fruitland and Valdosta, But he with chuckle replied, worship nt 11:00: immediately I When he sit, ho stand almost,

    and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent I Philadelphia. Ga.; and are at home to their friendsat That maybe it couldn't, but he'd not following tho school.) The ser- When he hop, hi fly almost
    the week-end in Jacksonville. I the residence of Mrs. Alice Spark- be one mon will be on the strange/ silence of | lie ain't got no tail hardly,- either;
    I Regular services at the Presbyterian man on West Madison street. To say "so' till ho tried. Christ in the presence of thn Roman j When he sit, he sit on what ho clot

    Mr. and Mrs. Young, of Luke City, church next Sunday. Do not miss So he buckled right in with a bit of a I King. Wholesome! Silence will be the got

    were visitors here Friday. the Bible class at 10 o'clock. Judge Green has been on the move grin topic. Almost.The .
    lately. One day last week he was in' On his face-If ho worried ho hid it; B. Y. 1' U. meets at 6:30: followedby I whole thing sounds as if it

    Judge R. A. Green went to Barlow Matter Robert Dinkins and Robert Atlanta, Ga., on legal business. Last lIe started to sing as he tackled tho the evening service at 7ln.::! The \Vmight have been written by a backward

    last Thursday to attend to business. !Moore, of Lawtey, were visitors in Thursday he was in Bartow on business thing Berk'H of Hcrnioim on Five Fires arc school boy at least two
    That couldn't bo done and he did it." being well received interested years
    town Sunday. beforu the circuit court, and by congregations' before hIt entered KI'hool.IHI to
    Let us d. ink H-O to that mnn. and on Sunday night Dr.UulliMi yet
    Wednesday of this week he in
    . II. O. Brown, of Jacksonvilte, spent was think that a Kentucky congressman, i,
    Col. James R. of Madison Palatka Others giving toiiHt were :Mesdames will present the third "sermon' ,
    , the week-end with his family. Kelly, on business before Judge A. a Kentucky- gods, what has become
    I state attorney for his circuit, spent V. Lang Inman, Harvey, lluina, lligga: i the topic being; Saved; by Kin. Thu of tho I I'.Iuu Gnus Stale sincii, 1

    s Elmer Lazone spent, Wednesday in Saturday and Sunday with Col. and Andrews, Teil: ?i's, Collins, Knight, pastor is anxious, that every member' they Mopped making corn whiskey ?
    I, Jacksonville. !Mrs. A. S. Crews. The pastor of our local Baptist Ritch and V i\VVller.. ,, III'| Ih.I1I1I'h be pr"".t'l1l'ht'n thi>> -Mx.Oltiilnosu: i
    t I church has been invited by the Jewish The following men have pledged 1 to sermon is delivered. Urlng your

    Big $5.00: hat sale Saturday Herbert Ritch, Nelson Green, Miss Brotherhood to speak in the Synagogue give $25 a year for four years to the friends and families with you -Fnrmern are making
    Katie Itelle Green and Mrs. Vivirette in Tampa on Friday evening club house fund. G. M. Inman, Edward -
    at the Shoppe Elite. Wonderful preparations for a great
    I 11 values, no two alike. I Lewis motored to Jacksonville Saturday I March 9th. One does not very often Burns, N. D. Wainwright, W. SPI.MMHK:: (IIAIJTAI'QUA' PKOG-; year

    returning home Sunday. hear of a Christian minister beingnaked Wainwright, C. L. Peek, O. L. KAM': DROFK!': KOK PI'HI.irATION
    I ReiiHlcy A. Z. Adkin J. I. Peek N. In rirault ( ....n. alma' .f Hull.In.. .. riiJhlB: ,
    Mr. and 1 Mrs. Wilmer Holtzendorf to render such a service for ourJewish Jtlillalnl Circuit. llrnilfunl Comity, III (haa-
    . 4 returned Thursday from a week's Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motoredto fellow-citizens, but throughMr. Kti-rnberg, S. R. Johns, J. W. Andrews The unusually fino display of t'hnutauqua iM'ry.Html.. Lowery Ailillfton

    trip to Plant City and Tampa.motor Gainesville Monday afternoon, and I Ernest Maas, of Tampa, and his Jr., It. C. Wall D. P. Carpenter advertising now in our town Complainant'
    : were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ad- brother, Abe, the congregation came Doc Harvey, Robert D>>morent, seems to indicate that n correspondIngly J. W. Ailillmin v. I

    Mrs. Wilmer Holtzeiidorf and Miss 1 kins. to hear of Dr. Bullen and the result J. !M. Truby, J. J. Truby, T. J. Griffin good prOll'l'lI11wiII be given It t>.tfi.n nuppiirinw nltlilnvlt'
    | by l
    Thelma Iloltzendorf spent, last weekend was an enthusiastic. request that he W. A. Bessent", Jr., J. W. Morgan, when the Uiiilrlill'o C'huutUllqUIreltl'h- Mil Mini In Urn .. .....datal, n.upprndpd.... that to J. the W
    in Jacksonville with friends. I' I Attractive line of Children'smilans preach for them. Carl Knight, J. II. Ritch. es here on March 12, 13 I J.1. A.MI.mi,, nf th.tau ilvrunilunb. nl?le ,,t Pliirulii.thnrvln' and numvri.""h"lap.wld."u ,..a.
    leghorns and dressy Entertainments: each afternoon and, hitiiMcIf. ,., Dint lirncvtw' of ultiHwni. .,anna
    I ho M'rvml him and. I In .
    spun' over the a. of
    S. J. Norman, a prosperous farmerof hats Bring the children in. C. F. Hoover was a very busy man ST. MARK'S CIIUKCH night of the three ilays. twoiily-fina yuanu. I It I In huri'Toro onlnrml that l'
    The of the ticket ftiitil riMlilnnt tlrfiMlilMnt. lit, and Ut hiilvby r.-
    the Ituiford section, had business I last Friday. As official photographerfor price season covering iliilnMl to answer' to tin hill fit muniilnlnt RI.II l
    in Starke Saturday.The Mrs. A. M. Darby, of Starke, is the the Seaboard he was first orderedto The services for the third SundayIn every event during the entire In .old. euiiKv on or .Id-fur Monday I1.. end
    I day or April 1 A. I). Kim' olhvrwiM lh. .allKllHum
    guest of her daughter, Mrs. George AInthua, to procure view explanatory Lent will be at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : three days, In $2.00 for adults and $1 of old, bill will >he tlikfll a* tuntnatnl*

    same quality and cheaper, at Marks at her lovely home on Wisconsin of the McCIenny disaster the "'. for children. Every: person in school hy It...101 I In fnrthvr d.'rpndnn onlinvil(. that thin r lii null.

    V: Bennett's Grocery Co. I avenue.-DcLand Daily News. day before, then to Gainesville to take Services on Friday evenings at 7:30p. : ,gets Beason ticket for !C>0 cents. fiird linhKil. .CiHinly,for four'IVImcrnph eoiiBrnutlvo, a nUWOI'hl"wwika In th puhltali.il limit..
    elucidating pictures for the benefitof m. Wutch fur the program in next Issue In until county anil, atjiU.
    lIon. J. S. lilitch, of the tate Farm, "The church confines the expressionof of the Telegraph. )'hl. l-ilmmry Ki. lllilH,
    Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova spent I I the railway officials( then to Hampton U. W. AI.I>KUM\N.: !
    Saturday in St. Augustine and Jack one of the most notable men in Florida to get views of the neighborhod its faith in the Apostles' Creed. : Clrrk flrniilt. Court..
    lly C. A.
    sonville. was in Starke Tuesday on business in which young Charles Johnson had I This is a simple statement of the Bi HOW HAVE THE: MIGHTY FALLEN ''KmI I) Itoputy KNIIilir.fl.rlr.

    i and to visit'relatives. been killed the same morning. The ble's teachings' about the things which : A. :/. ADKINH.H"H"lliir for. ComiilHliunt.. tl-SI-HUD-ZJ

    " One good second hand Ford camera has a keen eye and tells the a* Christian should know and believe. I t
    car for sale, cheap, at Fireproof Carl Johns, who is attending the truth. I The moral code Is found In the Ten These 'ontortiulls of our vocabulary I'lInK Cur.ca en 0 to I-* I)ly!I
    (; University of Florida, spent the week : Commandments, which cover every which some one has "seen' lit to (h ntea'n: rrfimil ninny ir ;',17.1')) NN rru; IIIII. ,
    arage. I n,; 1,,, II'" .J J .III'l Pnh, ul. ,
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    end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I OYSTER SUPPER AT TUB CLUB' possible requirement. In becoming a cull "freecrse" have become BO serious I I''I. :(, HI.'. I, 'L,',\ I")" I' li'I ."rdl|I.y. u ( ,,.. I 1AcgeDmfItuNPRWAwelrnuwor2
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    Col. A. Z. Adkins and daughter, S. R. Johns. I HOUSE member of the Episcopal church the II that we really believe Bill Bryan

    Hazel, were visitors to Jacksonville I candidate Is asked only three ques should lecture about them on the ( ) tailynM ,
    \ last week. Mrs. Tom Wall went to Jackson- Last Friday evening the "club hot- tions. The first of these Is his willingness !-I Chautnuqua )platform What the cubist COFFINS
    ville Saturday to meet her mother, bands" entertained delightfully by to serve God and renounce of literature are doing to the CASKETS t

    Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and daughter, ;Mrs. A. F.. Morris, of Hendersonville, giving an oyster supper at the clubhouse evil ; the second asks expression of king's English: ia of much more importance And a Full Line of
    Lucile, spent Saturday! in Jackson- ,, N. C., who will spend a month herewith complimentary to the Woman's faith; and the third auks his obedi- limn thn beclouded questionof UnJfrtalitt' Supplit
    ville. I i' Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Wall.F. Club. ){ onre to God's holy will and commandments whether we are duscendanti fromu d

    II I : Those receiving the numerous ." ring-tailed monkey or u pink-eyed, AUTOMOBILE IIEAKSEAl : 1

    Carr "Colley- of- Jacksonville, spent I A. Crowder was called to llen- : guests were Messrs. A. Z. "We need, all of us, to Kilt down to (flying fish. I Even the CongressionalRecord -av* no hand. The, bent *tt

    the week-end with his mother, Mrs. dersonville, N. C., last Friday on account Edward Burns, O. L. Beasley, G. M.I! rock bottom and find out what we believe I the greatest purist publication tea .! the lowest' prices S|>ielal !
    W. A. Colley. i I'' of the serious illness of his Inman and others. Mr. and Mrs. and why we believe It. But that ever found its way to u attention to trlrgmph orJONES -
    mother. thur Williams were in charge of the I[ there U something much more Important waste paper basket-and precious few R.1Istered Embslmrr.DeWITI' .

    W. J. Griffin1, of Jacksonville, pent, I preparations and served a most delicious than this, and that ia to find out other places-has been assailed by _.
    Monday with his brother, O. J. Grif- We have a new line of Bakelite supper consisting of oyster what we are doing with the faith we thin literary monster of free verse fi C. ) ';.

    fin. 1 cigar and cigarette holders:, stew, fried oysters, potato 'salad, hot I have Let kingdoms tremble, let nations : STARKE, FLA ,*

    also line quality briar pipes.: rolls, pies and coffee. The tables were "Spiritual things are spiritually dis- get chills and fever when Home young i+nt'nxurtrlrK'tt., lnrhtrauamsnarntnlll'! : !T: czpoppj _
    A complete line of high grade'' Turner's Drug Store.Ab decorated with vases of red roses and ': ccrned. You can't expect to under .,.
    toilet articles at Turner's Drug I! red verbenas and flags were also used stand the things of God unless you
    Store. Johns, who is a student at the to advantage.: Acting as waiters I try to live near to God. Lent Is primarily -

    I University of Florida, spent the week were the following boy scouts: Comer a time for trying/ to get near
    '. Eugene Matthews spent Saturday end with his mother, Mrs. Laura Long, Gerald Middleton, Sammy him. No man can say that Jesus lathe

    and Sunday in Jacksonville with his Johns, Sternberg, Frank Carpenter, Joseph Lord, but through the holy spirit. jfljffOr
    *" aunt, Mrs. Annie Richard. II Thomas and Tom Morris. .
    Col. Floyd Green has moved to At the beginning of the evening, I "Lent is a time not only to find out 1F

    Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Jacksonville and is practicing law Col. C. L. Peek made a short speech what we believe and why we believe

    Butler, spent Friday here looking after with Col. Edgar W. Waybright, St. of welcome to the women of the club it, but it Is a time of serious and In a sensation enjoyed by the very y

    business. James Building. and .Rev. T. J. Hedges asked a blessing I steady practice in the attempt to live I, I few.. And at that, how many in-
    before the supper began. true to the truth that we have." stances may be pointed out where

    Good guaranteed 21's self rising Haynes Grant, of Jacksonville, ar.. Songs were rendered by Messrs. S. t7 ( the acquisition of wealth, withoutthe
    flour, $1.10, at Dennett's Grocery Co. rived Tuesday to nee his father, W. 'E. Hitch, N. Sternberg, Robert Dem-'I l CARD OF THANKS Personal effort in acquiring it,
    J. Grunt, who i Is seriously ill at thu orest and "Doc" Harvey, the favoritesongs I has taken wings and flown, leavingthe
    Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin and home of Dr. and Mm. O. L. Haynes. being "Mandy Lee," "I Wedesire, to moat sincerely thank I former possessor in a consid.

    'Mrs. Talley, of Lawtey, were visitors by-Baby" and "Way Down ock.a.1 everyone who in any way assisted ua erably worse condition than had he
    T to 'Starke Friday. Fred Lugergrtwi, who Is a patientat In the Cornfield." at the time of the sickness and death i// c'1 never possessed it.

    the U. S. Veterans Hospital, Gulf- Mrs. N. Wainwright, of our loved one, Ina Jones. Tho con- I//1 The true value of money Is known
    Mrs LaMira Graham, of Jackson- I port, Miss., is spending a short furlough of the club, was toast mistress of: the fortlng wonH and beautiful owera I only to those who earn it justifiably

    ville spent Sunday with her parents with his parents here. occasion, and gave the followingtoast were deeply appreciated. and honestly ; and who spend it judiciously
    : Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. : Mr. and Mrs. Newn Jones, Mrs M. I and save it consistently.
    n.' Mrs. L. M. Griflls, of Maxville, Mr To our men k A. Eaisden anti Daughters t. A SAVINGS ACCOUNT at this

    ' Emmett Kelly is in Jacksonville I T. C. Wilkerson, of Highland, Mrs. Here' to our men no gallant, and true J evz, Bank is the means of starting a fortune
    visiting his sister, Mrs. Clyd Alvat'I- Evan Wilkerson and children of Akron Who never fail us when thero'n workto CONCERT: .MARCH 6th. v_ I that you don't "fall into"but ,

    ; I Ohio, have been recent guests of do.Mbn h ,, fall hair to. It'; yours ; '\'
    .. -. I Capt. and.Mn. S. A. Bryan j who lire ready, whofie word U I On Tuesday evening March fith, at 1t11 i-drned and ravoir.
    Misses Eva --- ---- their bond eitrtit o'clock In the auditorium of thn I' '
    Powell and Nellie > | ; 1 ;,1" 'l// This Dank offers you its
    Stearns spent Saturday in Baldwin Bainbridge Richardstwi, .,.Men who when called. are used: to re- dub house, a very Interesting musical. t; 11 PI strength, integrity, service .
    with Mrs. Robert Tanner.. nent real estate man of "proml-I spond. program will t>o rendered, under tho I and advice on Saw j'

    -,;'; wan attending to business Here's to the men on whom we can I auspice of the club. Balow I III the ],. I,' 111 ings. Yours for the'
    Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jennings, of Thursday rely, program! in full: v asking.

    Jacksonville, spent Monday with her Here's. to our men men whom money' The Sun Worshipper ( Loom! ) IIi:* I
    parents. I MrAmanda McMullin, of Hart. can't buy Holy Name (Ilandul)-Chorus (rt La- I
    xIF Well, Ga, is a guest of Mrs. Sarah The following toast given by Mrs. 1 dies' Voice. I '
    YOU HAVE -- -.-- -- Nelle I baritone The Road of r HANK OF HTAUKE ,
    :. // 5X I -- Hutches was received with much i Hong far : fit
    .(,/ Malarta.PilM.Skk Hadach..Co* \l J. L. SIV1IONS applause: '; the Loving Heart (Stickle) You Will r' The Bank of Helpful Service ..
    .!.. Dumb. ......... ft fe'ii
    Saw ,
    Boy Stomach .
    .... Bolchuin your food don not rU'SIHSH:: AND: ELECTRICAL. You may cross the deep blue Mean, Forget (Stickles) Give a Man a HTAKI.K. 1 LA.
    t ...{_iUta, yon h.... BO app.tit.. | CONTRACTOR You may: ream the wide world o'er, [ horse He Can Ride (O'Hura) The

    ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY} GIVEN But to find the men of good>ok. and Blind Ploughman (Clarke)-Lymanj I
    VTuti's Pills l Telephone 13.J-J worth I' :
    .J) j ,. Pryor. .. "
    will rwMdy UMM IroublM 1 STARKE, FLA. .-- .-..V Starke has them beat by the score. Piano Solo, Selected Paul Ernest a : .'-, U.r ""' A,



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    FORD OR PULLMAN? -travel via Pullman, airplane, Ford or good roads everywhere are a fact wo '!' SHIPMENT OF TWELVE MILLION i

    foot," laughed Smith. I can motor from !Maine to California, I, :MARKS TAKEN IJY FRENCH

    .--.-.-....--................---........--...........-.... "\ (By C. II. Claudy, Director of Pub- i "Er-one cent a mile. Darn it, if I from Seattle to Florida, from the Gulf i I _

    I !licity, National UlghwaIslIoclation'' it's that reasonable, why can't Alary to Canada, at less than a cent a mile I Duplicate Set of Copper Plate Fr

    With The Bradford Washington, D. C.I) I and I take the kids and go along?" per person and with mow fun and i I Printing are Also Seized\:

    Smith I enjoyment than was ever ,
    "Ueen planning it for years, announced "Damfiknow, said 'why wholesome

    Smith. "Never could see ray' you can't." packed in the best Pullman car ever
    Berlin Feb. 24. A consignment
    Farmers way clear before. But this summer I There is no reason why Jones can't. made!

    County am taking Friend Wife and the lad There is no reason why anyone can'twho NalionalVnd Slate Highway, County 12,000,000,000 marks fresh from the
    reichsbunk! and plates belonging
    .J Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon, can travel for pleasure at all. and Township l HOlldi | tu

    S 1_....................................................--N-..-..-........ Los Angles and San Francisco and Smith's figures are fair, but if they .All attempts to develop roads by I I the French rrichsbank soldiers were from seized the Borlin-rn-today by,

    JJ up through Seattle and back through lean either way, it is to too great first building local roads: have failed. the small
    logne express at tank atutiofi
    I- -
    I Glacier and see something of this generosity. Not until trunk lines were built wasthere I j
    lectures held hero this week I of Hengsley, near Hagcn.
    FJ.OnWBXI'EIU. IIT STA I !poultry America of ours." Travel by Ford is cheaper than the material advance in road- j I
    any soldiers boarded the train
    I extension and other agriculturists The justas
    I 'noWO:': :'\: FIVE RIBBONS by "Wish I could do it," answered railroad travel when two or more people building. These trunk lines brought )I
    wero a great success. In fact, one of it was coming into the station and
    Jones enviously. "You must have a use the cur ut the same time. about the desire for and building of i
    the best weeks the county sins ever I ransacked every compartment at the
    Cattle Bred at Sluliim Show the Re- whale of a bank roll to face all that There wall be readers who disputethis local feeder lines. Otherwise there
    had. We placed 12,500 fruit trees in I point of the bayonet. Many of the
    Stuck railroad fare. Let's see-that's about on the ground that many a Ford for the existence
    Hulls". of (;io d was no desire or reason not of
    two days of this week.Madisonrietrihuted. I passengers were aware the soldices'
    I II ten thousand miles. At three cents a never goes its allotted mileage. To of such 'local feeders. Branch for time.
    some A
    ribbons) I mile that's twelve hundred dollars, them this argument must pre presented railroad lines were built after the presence
    Five championship
    grand wondering why the
    guard began express
    150 bushels -
    awarded cattle belonging to the just for transportation. ; that, you, the writer, every one trunk lines were 'stablihed-other-
    were of co-operatively ordered cotton seed "Who said anything about railroadfare of for the maintenance and had stopped so long and wa:
    u.s, pays could have existed. It
    Station by tho wise they not ,
    Florida Experiment about to look out the window to mak-
    this week and orders for 200
    ? Railroads are for people who I upkeep of the railroads. It makes no with roads.
    must be the .same
    South Florida Fair, held February 1- when soldier outside shoutedv
    bushels more. Gave two demonstrations of and I inquiry a -
    have plenty money no time. difference whether not we ever travel districts
    J li), not to mention a much larger While discrimination as "stand where are, close th,
    ; in terracing land. have time and not much never-I you
    some money via rail--every mouthful of foodwe fair
    number of bluo and red ribbons, u I is neither wise nor window, or we shoot.
    eat, everything we wear, smoke! theless if should be favored byroad
    number twice as large, practically, as any
    the soldiers uncovered t.d
    "I didn't how could afford ,
    see you drink, play with-everything in the and
    it is farming
    the building our
    number of cattle entered by
    GANI21NG; :': THE "HA=-Ua nS" It," replied Jones. "But how are you world which comes to us, has to pay rural districts. They need roads more crisp new marks hidden away in .

    I. I third class compartment. Two reich
    striking' thing about this U going to manage? freight. We pay the freight./ Part of than the! urban centers; and, what is
    Initiation Fee of $10.00 to (the KxGuv. "You're right. I can't afford rail- the freight to maintenance undUI.ket.p bank guards ;protested) the seizure.
    the fact that the cattle on the experiment goes more, they need help to build them.
    All That is Needed road fare. But I can a-Ford the distance of railroads. There they The soldiers also took duplicut--
    station farm have been bred and They cannot of themselves furnish tha
    smiled Smith. "I'm going to sets of copper plates for an is'suo/ ,>
    tho If
    railroads. we don't travel on
    methods needed funds. How can they be given
    raised according to recommended
    to stockmen throughout the Kx-Covernor Sidney J. Catts is motor my way across the continentand them, we lire nevertheless paying for roads they must: have? How can this : 20,000 mark notes.!! Both the mom.

    t ttaveling through West Florida or. back." upkeep which we do not use for travel and plates were on the way to threlchvbank's
    state, according to a statement by be done most quickly and cheaply? i I
    I John 51. Scott, animal industrialist. ,ganizing the Rangers, an organization / "And the poor fool thinks it's benefits. There it Is--our Ford. If ;National highways advocates claim Rhineland branches.The .

    ''u These cattle are the result of the similar to the Knights of the Ku cheaper to automobile than to go by I we do not use it for travel we nevertheless that the rural districts! willet/ their cash seized amounts to only "
    Klux Klan but the train," commented Jones. for small fraction of the bank's daily out
    organization and travel
    t breeding work conducted right hereon new pay up-keep needed rouds, from railroads and mar-
    is not to use hoods and robes, althoit "Ho, he doesn't think. He knows" benefits which we do nut get farms and put in currency, yet the officials an-"
    declared. ket to
    our farm, IVof. Scott towns more easily,
    is\". based antipathy to Jews answered the "poor fool." Care to listen highly Incensed! I nt the seizure, claiming
    ! ', upon It has been demonstrated
    "The animals we had to sturt with by many quickly, and cheaply by the building'of ,
    to the facts?/" the money as well as the plate
    Catholics born
    and foreign citizens. _
    f: were, in almost every case, greatly more than a million drivers that a National Highways than by any"Federal
    "Open to conviction, answered as private property, absolutely im-
    Ex-governor Sidney J. Catts arrives Ford there
    and back where the
    inferior to those we have now. We goes comes Aid" plan, moneys
    in town at in Walton Jones, "But hard to convince. You I munefrom confiscation. They beliov--
    as Freeport, -
    have been fortunate in securing someexcellent again./ All modern motor cars do it; is bound to go into politics and not I
    i i Holt haven't even got a Ford." however, that the French will not b,-
    county, or at in Okaloosa
    ; purebred bulls and by careful reliability is". u motor's Other name. into roads. National" Highways '
    county, and, obtaining permission to "No, but I have the necessary $2US! Some Lld-1'.able to make practical use of the
    : it more speedily and
    ;. work have produced cattle of very easily vocates claim this because:
    what use a church or a schoolhouse, he I and the $12 war tax. Cull it $310 in than others but Ford and i platen, since a special quality of paper -
    ; high/ quality. We have practiced RollsRoyceshare Such a system of National
    9 corrals he round figures" !I is required to print the 20,00';
    f: we preached and I am glad to say, as ni.iny persons as can equally the honors of getting ways will likewise be the heavy traffic -

    I many stockmen have been bcnefitted. gather togcth-! lie then mounts the "Yes, yes, go on, grinned Jones." there and buck. I main trunk lines, -within the several mark notes.
    tyI''l tells. in lurid That is the least of The Gorman government will make
    rostrum and terms that your expenses. The Ford is
    the simple to understand
    In all 17 cattle were entered in easy states. This will relieve the ?
    n Jews, Catholics and foreign born cit. "Oh, is it? Well, let's look at 'em." immediate demands to the French and
    light in weight "motorfool
    fair. The grand championships were states of their construction and main
    IZI'nllIre about to capture the state Smith shot out his culf, produced In Belgian; governments for restorationof
    proof. the
    Holstein and aI/ middle West will
    I won by two butts, a a you tenance. t
    and country, and that Protestants pencil and put down, "Ford $310.. Father Mother the money and plates on the
    Hereford, two rows, a Jersey and uJler"rord see children, a pig, Thus relieved the states with-
    must organize in self defense There "Now he went on, "a Ford" nor- half dozen hens ground that they are private property. -
    In a trunk
    and u Hereford steer. a a a out increase of appropriations
    the former of Florida mally come provided with four tires. present .
    addition there were one senior cham- upon governor stove, a stray dog or two, all l
    build miles than of otheror
    4 the list and all The general experience of all Ford more now
    opens membership helter-skelter
    pion, four junior champions, twelve in a Ford, going
    iJell// secondary state highways, thereby
    invited to The initiation fee owners is that they overrun the guar-
    are join.
    thirds visit vacation, or just plain
    first, right seconds, and two reaching more remote farming/ dis- SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE
    is which must bo the antee on their tires. Any tire man
    making a total of 32 awards $10, paid to ex- Luggage/ racks built for the universal
    tricts than
    are now reached. Such
    will tell that of hundred
    governor. you every holds
    car enough baggage for a small I
    Branches of ex-Governor Catta'Rangers tires sold 1 for f'ords-good tires, mint theatrical system of state highways will like- (In effect Jan. 1 19221Southbound (
    EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF 'seconds' nameless troupe. Ford wiggles wise be the heavy traffic lines within
    not casing
    have been at Freeport you, or through mud that
    organized would
    stop a heavier
    COUNTY AGENTSSt. -only two or three come back for the several counties. This will relieve ;No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10 a. m.
    and at Holt and it understood car and hills
    is goes up that stall its '
    But to be the the counties of their construction and No. 3 10:59 ffj
    mileage adjustment. on a. m.
    Johns Twenty-five calf club that the organizer is active throughout bigger brethren. It can and does run
    let's call the four tires maintenance.Thus No. 21 Cedar Train 4:58 |"
    West Florida. safe side, good the churn Key : p. m. e
    members have made for cut the hay, pull the harvester
    applications for the normal of relieved, the counties CUTS: No. 15 Limited 1:18
    just guarantee : p. m. ".
    One of the statements attributed to pump the water and take the
    i purebred Jerseys. ? i 6,000( miles. For ten thousand miles without increase of present appropriations NorthboundNo.
    i. i the formergovernor in his speeches children to school. It couldn't do all
    I then, I have to have at leant! three these build more miles than now 2 arrives Starke 4:35 a. m
    Marions-It has been estimated that exhorting persons to join the Rangersis things if it wasn't sturdy. I(
    tires. Call it including tubes;' of other or secondary county roads, No. 4 at 4:06
    more p. m.
    that the Jews and Catholics took may well be that the
    i, tomato will be 33 up-keep exp..nsecurve
    our acreage percent and Smith used his pencil again, "an takes thereby still further!! reaching out into No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 .. m. _
    all. his and left him broke after weird and
    greatef than last Two money generally upward
    year, the remote farming districts.
    meetings with farmers during I I his trial at Pensacolu on the peonage even10.. directions after fifteen or twen- No. IS, Limited, 5:55 p. m.
    Such of road will
    "Then there is gas. It's hard to thousand a system county Wannee Branch
    charge. ty miles. The
    the week. answer is,
    I make an exact estimate because the likewise be the heavy traffic roads No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m.
    The ft is understood then-junk her and
    former governor, get a new one.
    does not tell his audience that price of gas varies so, and drivers For the man who already has a within their respective towns. This No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. ...

    Putnam-The late cold weather will u Catholic and Knight of Columbus vary and roads vary and weather va- Ford, his vacation travel figures will will relieve the towns of their con- Limited train No. 9 due at Starke

    retard the growth of the potato crop I ries. But records made all over the be struction and maintenance.And 11:22 p. m., Jacksonville to St. Pe
    and three Jews sat on his jury, and quite different from those Smith
    about two weeks and will 0doubt country show that twenty miles to therefore, finally thus relieved tersburg.
    that he was acquitted by unanimous put down.
    reduce the yield' considerably.. Snap the of in under, rather the townships or towns can, with
    ,l t verdict of the jury after nine min- gallon gas an Limited train No. 10 true' at Starke
    t beans are being planted at Flora- for tra'v- lie will need more tires and have no out increase of present appropriations
    utes of deliberation. Nor that he did than an overestimate Ford first 5:45: a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson I
    investment to make he
    home. ; may needa build more miles than now of their
    el in warm weather. If I put the average ville.
    . !
    , not pay many of his" witnesses their little larger expenditure
    price of gas at twenty-five on cleaning lighter traffic roads and thereby reach These trains do not at
    ( two stop
    fees and mileage, and that he selected carbon
    but his total cost for the
    Os'eola-Visited 47 miles ten those farming districts lying farthest
    growers a Catholic/ lawyer to represent him cents a gallon-it's less in many place thousand Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the
    south of seat. They old miles will be absurdly low. from market towns and railroads.
    county are -and divide the ten thousand our Jacksonville
    in his and still the only stops they make between
    case, owes lawyer Gas
    r and oil $150 tires
    settlers. They have small needling miles you have given me as my distance $75, repairs National Highways and Good Road
    two-thinl of the fee agreed to bopaid. and Tampa.,
    in choice hammocks. and* high $3,0, and $25: for the unexpected, and By this four-fold of roads
    { groves IVnsacola News. by miles per gallon, I find I Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated from
    l pine land. Long bad roads have prevented need 500 gallons of gas, or-" the the whole trip figures out at three there will be an impetus, as yet un- I Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7

    ; t detailed, work in that section, pencil again-"$12.) for fuel. cents a mile for one person-for five thought of, given to road building' I leaving Hampton 11:50 m. and No.

    but I shall do in the future. people, 3-5 of a cent per mile. throughout the nation. and p.
    more "Oil? Authority
    ''l RUN DOWN PEOPLE miles-a hundred Say a quart quarts to at a a hundred quarter Now it must be perfectly evidentto responsibility will be logically and 8 are arriving through Hampton trains, St.5:10 Petersburg a. m. These to I

    Lake-Showed -12 California growers .-$2:>.00. anyone who has either driven or economically divided and fixed with-
    Cincinnati Ohio.
    some Lake county groves one day. "Of course there is up-keep. Sup- n Ford that it will go over- out conflict arising. Uniformity and T. J. GRIFFIN, .,

    Tho exchange of ideas was beneficial perhaps one should say through efficiency will be established. Stan- s
    ., very \rO\J never heard a doctor say pose I have carbon cleaned out and Agent. p
    to all growers. The matter of Y "lIe is all I run down, but his! blood valves ground three times; suppose I roads which other cars of even greater dards of construction and mainte- .

    co-operation between the two statesin is pure and rich." replace transmission bands three weight cannot negotiate. But it nance will be raised. The entire sys- /

    discussed The best thing-the biggest thing must also be obvious to any one than be Habitual constipation curedin
    advertising citrus was times; suppose I buy three new fanbeltsI'll tion will given good roads: every-
    that Glide's 1'epto-Mangun does is to six thousand miles I 14 to 31 Days
    from tires and, 20 i
    with encouraging results. have to find a robber every where by a well-balanced connected
    purify and enrich blood. Then
    your miles to the "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a speciauy-
    those run clown, dragged out time if the total bill exceeds $40. And gallon io not come from system of national, state, county and prepuredSyrupTonic-LaxatfveforHabituo.: \t

    Hamilton-'Another car of hogs, a I fechn wearr'disappear and theoldtimevim -well, let's see what that makes" running over or through mud holes, town highways, reaching out to the Constipation. It relieves promptly>> but \

    co-operative shipment, rolled this and "pep" come back again, Get Smith totaled rapidly. When fie had ruts, stone piles, collection of thank- most remote parts thereof. They willbe should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto

    week, making a total of 16 In 15 Gude's Pcpto-Mdngan today.At finished, Jones cut in with, "You have you-ma'ams, cow tracks and stream built in the shortest possible time induce regular action. It Stimulates and
    druggists! -liquid or tablets Pleasant Tak Le 60c
    your beds, miscalled roads. Regulates. Very to ;
    weeks. as you prefer. not put anything down for inciden- and with the utmost economy. The per bottle

    tals." But Smith grinned triumphantly Fording is inexpensive and enjoy money Will get Into roads, where it

    Walton-Delivered a shipment of able when, and only when, the road !
    Qude'speptoMang"an and answered, "There they arc, belongs, and the cost will be equitably Cures Malaria Chill.
    cotton seed to farmers this week. Al over which the little car is to ,
    and showed his cuff. It looked like /go are 'distributed upon those communities'

    Pi so ordered a largo lot of peanut seed this: reasonably well surfaced and reason- best able to bear the burden. In other 666 _--"nd Fever, Dengue or

    Ii co-operative order. New Ford, $310. alby well drained. words, the farmer will thus get what Bilious Fever.

    Tonic and Blood Enricher Extra tires, $10. America is the country where no he needs, and when he wants. lie can
    Walton-Agricultural schools and sooner has it been announced that it
    Gas, $125. not get this by any form of Federal

    Oil, $25.Replacements: can't be done, than some loan gets up Aid. If he permits himself to be de- JOHN WHITE&CO. d '-..

    $10.Incld..ntal and does it The Panama canal, for ceived he will find his money going Into LOUISWILLtitabliihtd KY. ff !.r ''i .

    a instance; or shipping two million hRaw 1837 ,r"ad r.+ ;
    !!, $160. men politics, graft and corruption, and : ;. :.
    IF SICK TODAY! overseas, or building a few transcon- j' ,7 !! j ji
    Total, $700. he will continue to wait in the mud : +
    tinental railroads. LII..I.norti:5tfJ' : ;!
    "One hundred and sixty dollars far for roads so vital to his well-being! I i iile1 I

    incidentals is unnecessary.' Keep gas, There is no question that this America If the smallest unit within a stateis I Furs Ij

    oil and water in your Ford, give the of ours can build roads. But so the county, and there are no town

    engine reasonable care and you won't far, it hasn't done so, very much. ships, then the system becomes three j

    TAKE NO CALOMEL have any extras." Smith really inserted There are two and a quarter million fold-national,- state, county-thus A TONIC '

    that to cover any argument miles of roads-the quarter of a million omitting the township roads if there Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic: restores

    ',1 Jones might put up as to his gas costor is improved, the two million are are none. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

    1 I --- miles per gallon or tire wear. not.We A system of 150,01)0: miles of na- Enriching the Blood. When you feel its

    "Dodson's Liver But ten thousand miles at $700 for have tried every devisable. planof tional highways built and forever strengthening./ Invigorating effect' ,see how
    Straightens You Better Than
    Up transportation figures out seven cents getting roads but one-the right maintained by the national &ove'rn.ment it brings color to the' cheeks and how

    :! i, Salivating Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't per mile" cried Jones triumphantly, one. We have left it to towns and will give our nation tide great it improves the appetite, you via tbea

    Upset "and railroad fare is three. counties and states. We have left itto est road system of the world. appreciate Its true tonic value.

    You-Don't Lose a Day's Work-Read Guarantee "Just a minute. At the end of my town, county and state helped by Why, not demand that your senators Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply
    1 the political body next above in Iron and Quinine suspended in So
    ten thousand miles I can sell the fliv- authority and representatives vote for the syrup.

    I discovered a VPgotaMo compoundthat tongue, ague, malaria, sour stomach ur with a high second-hand value, In which the nation helps the state to the national government of a system I needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
    draw the work of dsngerou.I or any other distress cauiotl) by a I build a state road. of 'I Enrich it.Destroys Malarial germs and
    know. But call it $200 and 150,000 miles of national high-
    *ick. ../ ing calomel and 1'ant every torpid liver a* quickly tut a dose of you my But-we have Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invftforatmjt -.
    rrader of this paper to buy a battle vile, niiuHeating calomel I, bcwiuVs it will mile cost is but five cents. And with as yet no National ways. Effect. SOn.rr .

    for a few cent and if 'it doesn't not make you nick or ......'p you froma live people in the car it comes to one roads.
    straighten better and quicker day's work. If Smith and Jones would --
    you up ent'per mile per person, not three, go Fording -
    than salivating calomel just go back Calomel Is IM.UOU -it'. m""ry-it as the railroad wants.' across the continent they cannot
    to the tore and gut your money back. attack the lanes often canning rlieuma- i e
    "But have meal bills and hotel find uniform routes of travel, or government -
    1 guarantee that ono unooiilul of Lisa Calomel I is daiigeroua. It I you
    Hoiloon's, Liver Tone will put your niukvn*-bile my DiiilMim' liver Tone bills and"Guess-" maintained roads.". They get

    sluggish liver to work and, clean your J.i safe, pleasant and harml"", .. Eat I have to feed'the family state roads, good roads, indifferent

    thirty feet of bowels of the Hour bile anything afU>rwanl., because it ran whether roads; county roads, mostly bad; and
    mid constipation poison which I la nut ..II va tt.. Give it to the children they move or stay home, roads

    fogging: your system and nicking you heratnie it doesn't upset the storoaoh township unspeakable.There .r=_ =.s ;

    fm rl l miserable.I or shock the livr. Take a spoonful UIw9tr. insteweS, caL ttsswee is a better way.. What that

    guarantee that one spoonful of this tonight and wake 1fl't'ling One and ewes.naftraoe iix-rxr by ixirlfyto sad< vay is and how this thing may be =r.

    1 harmless liquid liver medicine will I ready for a full day work. rlcblagthablood. You susooafestav8rrspaet done, follows. Read it, believe it and -1.---

    relieve the headache, biliousness, touted I .,...fsvlauradugLCr.i; talk it; when national highways and .]

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    T. U. COLUMN Cl' vl.d at embassies and and other ancient ci CONDEMNS ATTITUDE OF MAKYLANU'S know that the drug habit Is discreditable. eerilflcat: w.i>.'' tlv) ly emlirneo the: folUw.
    Inic Inndii In Itrndford County, Florida. a- _
    Washington. This action was street cars, "whito ways" GOVERNOR 15 ut because they love to drink 1 I HiMied at the ilnto of tho l..UHnc. of Such e.,.

    despite the fact that industrial tillrntiw In the name rreiHwtlvi-ly., heroluaf-
    Mr. plants telephones talk about ]
    they 'personal 1i1't.rty.
    ( ZEALAND'S TRIBUTE TO i la r partlculnrly sit forth, U -wlt :
    NEW previously informed Cramton steam heat in the bit "Law violation of whatever kind I| formicate ?Jo. IflU rmkraoeii: all Northraxt
    MARY HARRIS AKMOK FINANCIAL STATJUjr.-NI' NTT Qimitrr of Soulhuuit tjuarlor, West of hve-
    roll SCHOOL
    garded the disclosure of filch brief, Mediterranean win sups all th; moral fibre of u 'omnlLmit FUNDS I ".nn..v branch. Soe. 12 fp. 6 9.. R SO E. _

    ninfnn as improper. ice and electric] funs in :;," 9U.V Kitluird II. Edmonds, eth- Count* *uperlnt
    In thu thrilling story or the battle Went Over Committee'( and all the other modern! in tor cf, thy Manufacturers Record, in Innimry.county 1029..rhnol fund for the month of i I Lot. 4. Sec 7. 'J'". 7 S.. U. 20 Ea, .t. 4U .....o.4.
    I I I, \ '-0.0,3 l I. 'r. Shaw.Ct'tliHcHU .
    in New Zealand
    for righteousness: In order to bring the l'esolut which hydraulic exploitation an (irtuliin a recent issue of that Central Brhnot Fund No. 127 embracra Iota 4 .nd *. f

    I related by Mary Harris: Armor in this fore the 'A: few weeks Governor rtiilaneo. Jnn. 1. I92S R1t.M 8i>c. 18. 'I',.. -, 1'1.' It, SO J>., 120 aere.. Aw**,_
    house that dis l11uI8zln.
    body -
    ago ItKcrlptKiilurlnti month' .,_ .1071!,AT oil, C. N. Shaw.Cortniratr .
    .ssue, one reads between the lines the its ..\\n I judiciary! committee I River Jordan, most important KiK-hie of Maryland in a discussion WarnmlM: INHUIH! -.>??_| | 44.33 i I No 14T; (imbracw Nartliwwt. t
    I contribution she made tnI Halunco I'Vbruarv I. Ifliia -_ Htll.3t < Qunrti'r of SouthwoM gunrtiT. Hoc. 1ft. 'Ip. I,
    magnificent ther consideration, 'of tho in Palestine, rises in tint Leb
    I the campaign. Of her holj in the resolution introduced Keb. Where it leaves the with the president and Knlnnoo Jnn. I. I9l1: ___ SI.* i 1411, iinbracca Southeast iiuar.tor .
    on Fticulpt ttiirlnu month) 21.4* of Northwo tjuarttir of 8outliwuit Wourlr. -
    I groat battle of the ballots !Mrs. Rn- leader adopted this course Galilee is n falls. Here, un 1 with other governor,, took the stand \V""n'.I.'ord l ? -. _- __ tfj , 7 8. It. 21 .:.. 10 err... A.-
    Ichel O'lOr.In1"010.. I. 1K28 _. _.. ...."d M. II. Hnrri
    of the New 3 H.I
    Zealand :
    ( Don, president number "f them believed that
    [ W. C. T. U., writes : "Mrs. Ar- diciary committee would great darn like the Roosevelt I enforced. ]In view of the fact hat RnlMiico ..Inn 1.0 :r.1"n__......n... an.ll !' (jtinrtor, of Northwiwt QiiHitor, of Houth....n6IJnnrUT
    A Southwint of
    Uunrli.r' NorthwntIMnrt.T
    llf-colpu ihnlnir month _. .. 11.10
    mor wai a tower of strength to us.Evprywh..re the measure. Arizona. This will make the : Governor Ritchie himself hn*. been a Wnnnntn' liuupil'I .-----.... ... ?. 30ft of Houthi'iut junrtor. 11,-... B, 'J)>. 7
    she had crowded meet- I I llnlunrc: : FVh. 1,Iuilii. .:.' .: -.:-. J8.81: 1<.. II. 21 K.. :2U n...*. Aewmed Mr. Mary
    Some dry leaders counseled Galilee already a great nat violator, of the prohibition law, ac Pl.lHrt No. 1 C. "hUl''''''.

    [;.ngsj; everywhere created the great- the action arguing thut even reservoir an almost unlimited cepting/ basket of whiskey from a Pulnncc Jnn t. 1U2S: .... -_._ 78.BH (',', tilltl.. No. IB'l: i-nilii'HC. North Slot o<
    KccplulK' cliirlmt month H.ill\I I.HIM (JunrU-r of Nor)h, .mt gimrtnr. See.
    pst enthusiasm and everywhere "painHed -I Secretary Mellon should for irrigation and electrical notorious polititician there is no wonder \% nrninlH iMmiiiil i Sfl MI< HI. 'IP. 7 8. It. 21 K.. 21) utrr.w. AMWHH! W.

    votes. She so completely won our that he thinks the law cannot boenforced. Ititlnneo KVt,. 1.: t1I2:1'I: :: : l 1:3:: C TaylorCirlilluHle, .
    information could be of no DUIrtrt No. 4 i irtnlnnro I No. IBB emhrncva S. ".h, *>t

    hearts that even if we had been victorious '| cause the prohibition law But his claim. that the pro- Jnn 1. 1BS3 __....._ 10.nfl Qunrli-r of Nonhwvet. (!".rt..r of N.rthous.L
    HIT 7 .
    Uuntlfi. lIt 1:1. ( K
    Tp 1 21 10 acme.HIMmii'il
    ll'w'tte dtirimc .. ..
    month ,
    have I A R4 .
    hurrahed because .
    should \
    we j exempts foreign diplomats ABOUT THAT PKKSCRIP-) hibit inn law cannot be enforced serves Warrant' (HRIKM,,1! __?_.... .. n 7(1( (VltlllcnUi' 'k''o'n.N.. inn ombrnce South Half of
    of victory, but farwelled her provisions of the act and TION ? to: put n premium upon the violation ttiilxnci* l-Vb I.PUtrirt 1\12a! -- -.- _. U HIV I, Smilliw.-iit (iiurtor of douthWMt 4""r..-,. Sec:
    No. (
    I 17. '1',.. 1 1 :S.. It. Jl K. 20 ... Aueiraed
    hrough our tears, for her goingmade means by which liquors be not only of that law but of nil law. llnlnniw Jnn. 1.1'23 __. 83(111( Unknimn.Coillllcntii. acn

    and It I may IttHii'lptfi ,1nrlnir, month .. -.. .. ... -.. ?. tq > No.
    us sad sorry. was "Whenever the of this lot pmbracni Wont llnlf of'cot
    people coun-
    way ported ta the legations and UnrrnnU Imiuol ___ SO.no '
    the season of the when] \\ Half of Southweel .
    is 8ee. Tp.B
    year i guartar. n
    tit her fault that we were defeated, which under international try take I the ground that the criminal llHliini-n Ffb, 1. t 2l!:' ...._.. HOMMI : S.. II. 22 \!:., 411 ......... AmianeU J. M. K....
    more or less influenza and ni.trlct No.FUlnnco I
    ( or she spared not herself, poured out "foreign territory." element in stronger than the national Jnn. 1. ina.l: -.- TH4I I II.r.'o'rtlll..". No. 181 embrace North Hulf ofNoithi'iiiil
    Some physicians are ask ".... .. ......._..
    I .11. thirlnir month I in IflWnrrnnUi )
    and of her best VuiirU of Soiithi'iuit Quartor, and
    her strength gave us 1 II a larger allowance of alcohol government and that a law that bus |MU.H| ___...__.....__... in onllnhinco Foot: llirviimrl| ... of South Half
    j Ve shall never forget her and never become n part of our constitution can Fi'b. I. 11129 -.._ 7 n.AflPlolrlrt *>r of SoulhcaHt tjutirter. 1'1.' .... Ul. '!>. 7
    I II ENGINEERS: : 'l () LIGHT in these cases. li: the demand !'I.. T !> 8 II. 22 I': 'JB acre Aiuiraiied C. It. Sup*.
    ease to be thankful to the blessed not be enforced by the government, Itiiluno.. Jnn, 1. 102.1: lOHOn \ ('",'rtillcel'.. No. 18,1: ambracc. SouthwellIJiiiirl.T
    LEM:: FROM: ] need
    TilE RIVER ? Is there
    who lent and sent her to really any 1t<.ri>li>1n ihirlnir month ....._.__ .. t OHVHrrnntn of tI..lh..t. <]uartor nn.I Sou III Half
    us. all
    I omen for influenza or pneumon they ur.'Ivinl/ ( possible encouragement \ liutu1! .- .. -......_.___ lAtlf! Northwent. tJ..nr" of Hollthwiiet Quarter
    JlVe did out best to take care of her; to tho criminal lenient! to Knlnnoo Fi'b. t. IHS1: -.... ._ "4.32 Nortliwvet Ijuiirtcr of Northwest Quarter,
    Walled L'p River In She; Big are all liable to bo asked DUtrict No. ( Mouthwml t4artrr. $.... 2L. In. B a. It.
    "ve love her dearly and pray that she for Our will of violate and repudiate every law. Flulnnce Jon 1. lli.: _...._ 57.OS I..r K. 70 acrne. AnenwMl C. It. Hniiu.Ciirnncnte .
    and .
    Irrigation .
    vill be as physically\ fit when she returns -' Jerusl1'u reply "The so-called respectable citizens Itroflnln dunn month ..........- I 211 No. J02 embrace ':.., Half a/
    be in the negative, but have \\nrmnlB Imiuttl .. 1.7HIli.lnnr. .>rtlii-ii.t Uunrler ot 14uI lwu.t Uoarl.T. II....
    to you as she was when she ]left I whose very physical and financial existence .. Fi-b. I. 11121( _..__ H5.4T: II. 'I>. US.. 1(. 22 K.. 110 ocr,.. AancaeedMm. .
    The sacred River Jordan, II I our tongue's end the informa Pl.tHrt No. Minnie, V. Hundley.Cerllllratn .
    7ou. If I wrote all day and all night, Biblical from the will words are made unsound by this violation nnlnncr .Tun I. lOiS -.- 70.41 No. 224 embrnoea ,lota 8 and 7.

    |., pages I Joshua to the time of Christ, Do not fail to cull to the strongestin \\'.. t.. l..u..1| _._ ...- 5 Ills 1 Tp. 33 8.: It 22 K..: A. ,...', 1*. M. Kliiit*.
    not say more than that one word expresses I upholding all ]law. AH they violate I llnlnnnF(.I). I. 1IIU1: _._ 7.IInumd I Cerllllrale. No. 22B .mh"",',,, hIlt IIR In I..
    I harnessed by science to irrigate of inquirers resolutions pass- NO. toPnlanro 'r. tII. MC nub dlv. N.-... 118 1'p. 8 l S, 1(. an ..
    -'thank you. I say it with' light and, industrialize the Holy l American Medical Assoi i.t- tho prohibition litw, or any other ]law, I' .Inn. 1 t. 1021 ........_..... 111.U1t.I.I. .A..,_|.|| K M. Elli'mon.t .

    tall heart and white I they net at defiance all law they teach | iliirinir month ___..- ,_.. HillWniritntM iTUlicnle N"11111) embracca *lLhw.t
    my every ribbon-I The British government, alcohol has no drug value, lniuit'il --.............. I 110DIhiliinen (Jiuifler of Northwi jfer in New Zealand echoes, 'Thank : immorality and lawlessness to the n-b. I I. 102:1: _._ 14,B.1nintrirt : a. II. 22 11.. 40 na"... Aeiiiwiod A, J. Crlf?...
    I I"IHtys'Nr holding] ) u mandatory over as a stimulant, an. a tonic, or No. 1 1llnlnnro Irrllllcnlu, No. 116:1:I emiiraum) Hoot h..t
    |'oul'! has granted concessions to : agent and that its members of their own families and! Jim. 1. 1021: _._ 401.78Ki'ct'ipli i 1 111uirIriNIrt lw.t Junrler. $.0.. II, 'TV 1

    << to the people in their communities."Men ilurlnir, month _.._..._...... 4,no/ S. It. 22 H:.. 40 aon.. "AniiivHcd Mr. PI-
    :\ pany organized to carry out i to tho human econ Warrant Imui'it ._........ 0411 In-Ill (.'. tirllTI.
    ;, TO KNOW HOW 1 of this standing may say that llnllinco Fri 1. 10J1: .. BIIII.77 tlnli-en Hid eertlMcale. fihall he redeemr1HCCoiilliiK
    ject at a cost of $5,000,000; and should be discouraged!, alan DUtrlrt No. IIPnlnniMi to h.... tai "...1 will hectic th......

    MUCH BOOZE EMIJASSIES USE! ly the first construction of that distinguished they do not approve- of the prohibition .'..n. I. 102t! _..._..-. 21HKIKfonlnt on the I-'III iluy. of March A. 1). Ill J.I.:

    law; that It is a check upon 1)1'1I0nal ilnrinic month _.._ ___ **,711Wnrrnntji Vti.uo my olTlulal, HlKiinttiro and cud tI_
    -- 'the and Dr. Charles 7th ,In yof rt-bruury A. II. II'!.!.
    ; pitch camp near spot surgeon |1..11.1| ..,_' .. RODllnlunro
    ([Charges Foreign Embassies' Being liberty, and that they demand I'Vli I I IIU1 .-. 2HI.7U II. W. Al.DKKMAN.:
    that 'alcohol's only place ,
    II John baptised Christ. DUtrirt No. 13llnlunro iSvHl\) Clerk Circuit Oiurt
    Used 1111' Bootleggers' Oases Industrial Center in the arts and sciences." If the right to buy the bootleggers' liquor Jnn. 1. IOJI ... -..... OA.27 I 2-9-tl-II.U:! HraiUord County rla,

    and thus become a copartnerwith IttTi'hi'M tlurliitr month -.._.. 4.02 .
    Within five years' the : to give something more def- Warrants Ixnuixl -.. _-_1 .. II flllllnliuira "NOriCK' TO IIIDIIKIf:
    The national house of representatives -: to throw dam to pneumonia th" all the other criminal activities < Fib 1 I. 10J1:. .. __., -. ._ 1(7.2lItlntrlrt ) .S.-nli'.l billvlll bo ........,v.... by I I lie board
    across quota
    poets a No 14Ilnlnnro of Imlnl) triiiilticii of Itrailford' county. FIrIda..
    that of the These however
    : following charges foreignt I dan at its outlet from the Sea of Alexander Lambeit form' country. men, Jnn. 1. mil: -.- -HO 21 ut tlin. olFtaw" of tho jH'orelnry' tif the board aiSlnrke

    [embassies in Washington, D. C., are S dare not oppose the laws against 1I..h.t.!l ilnrinic month -..- 1003Wnrrnntn I Morlilu, until 10 o'clock a. m, ttMnrch .
    t : lice and to parallel] the river of the American Medical ..",.! _-.- 1M till II, IIIJ.I.: frI
    ,. eing used as bootleggers' oases, has nals laterals and Ion connected with tVi It lIe- habit forming drugs/ because they llnllinco Fob I I. IHU'I .- .._ IH! .2.1Ill.trirt : 1110 a-foot 1 liliulti, with I 8 home hitch.Iliilili'r .
    ' tho ditches No. IS j :I to: ,: :::.r..I.::: ,' iltvcrlptlon,, ofmiiiililnia

    called upon treasury department I water the' plans of Sharon I of New York, who saul : Itnliinra J"". 1. IU2I: ...,- 8011 anil hlilit to bo for mutihlni1 dull.
    ; for a complete statement as to the SEIOION !SKKIES IN WAI'TISl'CIIUKCH ::> lti'pi.liU| ilnrlnir month *-._.... 1.OHWniTnnl. I eicd nt HlHrke, Morlda.
    barren lands familiar to .' years ago I gave up the use |luiI| .-... 427llnllinco I 'I 1 ho hori' ri'Hervv. the ..I"htA.) reject **,
    ;i!, amount of liquor brought into the reader. and nitroglycerine in treat .Knli. I I. 1123\ ._.-- nil,HIIM.Irlrt mid) all 101....
    II K. S. \TTIircWH
    f"N' No.
    United States for diplomatic Nor is this all. After the in my division of The Fire 1'iren I lUlnnri' jot I I.128 _.n ._.._-- ._ 3400'' C. A I I1J'lCll. halrmaa.. ..
    l. Volstead law enacted. I ,... ... ... 7,2nWnrrnnU ', 8i< .
    ?*ince the was there four di- Feb. :>-Salted; With Fire. .11.1. ilnrlmr month I c.nilnry. ___ __ __.v-n-'a.a _
    pense of $5,000,000() the Hospital ( are Innui'il -' ___-_-._ ._ 400 I --- .-
    .' if'Some of the smaller American consu-! templates additional financing ) and used those dvugt>> by Mur. 1 --Saved by Fire. Ilillnneo Fi-h I I. 1023 ,_____.._._ 1720 NDTICK II..' Al'l'l ICATION HU TAX IIMraVIINDKK
    $I'Il'lN Sir Sly rilK
    KMrlrt No. 17
    lates in particular are under suspicion ,000,000 to $60.()OO.000 through we obtained a rise in blood Mar. 11 Christ Flinging Fire. llnlnneo Jnn. 1. 1021 _n_.___-_ __-_ I II.R4 I (.KN: Kit: A I. MTATIIIKSHereby

    i'ot law violation. Fire. tf*...,.llitn iliirlnir month ._. 2.2HViirrnntn ntitlco I I. Klvett that Hoover lire..
    I electric will be '. After three months when Mar. 1101-1'111' ]Devouring ..
    power supplied \ imiuixl, II."I'll) PureliAJiem of tn. Halo ,IIII..t.>. numbered, .
    --- -- -- "-
    '. jBy a vote of 189 to 113, the house 1 I tories docks wharves had from 125 to 137 pa- Illilancilb.. I. 11128 _._ .. ___._. .. 1302 'I n"'ell..ly|,> 220. 2'JM and 241 laelled by tlu
    DUlrlrt No. I Ill 4 'la l t'ollector: of Bradford counl'y. r lorlifat.nnlj .
    Adopted a resolution] offered by Rep- tations, mills, workshop, I found that in those cases No; Worm* In u neuitliy Child Ilnlnni-o .Io, ". I 1. 1021: ___.__-____ __ .1HItifi'liilH certillcnlra "..In" ilnlvd, A,",. 2. 1920, have

    Hresentative Cramton, Republican, of I I alcohol and hat All cliildri'li, troubled with Wornm IIUMT nn till 4, ilurlnu. month _.__.___ .__-_ H.Hl (tied until) oerllllcah* In my nirira and ha..
    I and every building and nitroglycerine ___ ininlii Hiiplli'ntion" for tax deed to UMiie in .a.eorilanue
    I which Imllintrii' blond md a. WnrrnnUt IHHIIIM! ____ ...*.. ...-- H 'Oil
    leader unit
    Michigan, a "dry" requesting hpnaliyiuk.r. [ < _. .::31IVtirtmry with Inw.
    Dan to liccrsheba. the death rate was ten per ; llnlunoiFi'k I I. 1 1IU. -
    I Motnnch) ditturhmiutt ,
    anihrarea lie
    Mellon to' rule then* 11* morn or nun I lit. I III'JMnllAnFOHO \ Huh) cprtillcnte nwpi-i-tlvely
    : of the
    Secretary Treasury I Great; Possibilities in than where drugs that' I.W.VLS ''I I IASIELCS.SCHILI" : !. '1ONK' alvin roituInrly / COUNTY followlliu I Innil In llrniKoril\ counly, r lorloa

    t.\ report the amount of intoxicants e'l 'or twonrthreo work wll' mi I Mi i'i blood.linpniVRtll .. 14rft/ 'I E: or M IIH1I>.\. nNKfiiMi d .t tho dat. of the iHHuiinca of aura
    This generation may see the blood pressure were used. certificate In .tIll. nnlnra rt'Hmietivuly, herelnhftcr -
    ,,tliinaailuftnaillitn, | a nrrmltllenlnijliiiile I hrrrbv curlify that tli,* r".oln.. .t.lomnt -
    .N= Natu. wtMlunthrow ami llnhnnipmenU. nf rnrticulnrly Hit forth to-wltl'
    --- to tho whole .y." of tho receipt ( Crrtlllcatn No. 2.fl! eliihrneea) Hotlth Iliilf ofHlk
    nITrr dl.pellhe wnrmnundthi. *''..mhwillhaIntwrfait the irhool funcln of Rmriford County, for the I
    41 ,in I.. T. A tops Hub) lily. Hea. 2H, 'Ip. 5
    -.... --...-. '.-. .-... hraith. HlMMnt k e..m..<' '">rtM month of Jnmmry 102.1: I. true. nnil oomictto H.. It 22 .:nol. ........".1 J. J. Anron.
    --U11r--TIuvjMII1 .ruiiii- L--- ifiI the bent of my knowliNliie. anil liellnf of
    --- ,__ .._ -__._ 1 Curllllcnle No JJH embrace* W.lair
    I II. R WIHOIM' Illk 41 I In I.. '1'. A Co Hub) I>lv.. Hoc. XH Tp.
    ___County ffiiMerlntemlrnt.FINANCIAL H H., K 22 K. niweiuinl: Juimii Johnmin (col)
    Crrtillculo No 241 emliri.ii.il Lot I nf Illk t
    BTATFMrNT' OF TOUNTT In 'Lincoln City, .........,1 Mury Joiner.
    FUNDHMonlhlv !Jnl,... Haiti eertlllcate almll be redeemed
    COMMERCIAL Nose stopped up? Inarirlnl .riumienc tjf nrnilforit aeeorilinw tn law.. tn< tli'cd will. I..,,. themes
    county for. the month of December., 1922sounty : mi I t..In.. Bth day of March A. I II. \V2:'.
    for the month of Jitnniiry. lu tlieort.l Wit...,.. my oirlelal alunatiire an.l I Ural U>|.
    MENTHOLATUM ( Fund the :Ilotli dRY of January. A. I>. 1023U. .
    nnl....., Jiin. I. 192.1\ : ." .. _______a"4H.Bit W. AI.n ..ltM"'N.1:1"k ,
    |{i>eiiil. .tn during month .- __ ..___0 2U1I.HnWnrmnlii : Circuit Court. Bradford (''''''''Y. tif.?
    PRINTING quickly clears it. l I..u..il' __ ____...__ HI4II. ) 7llnlnnee Sly C. A. KNKIIir,
    I f.'li. I. I tilJI, :: -__-. ...__ __ 3i.) 7.H7Fine (Droll' > UeiHity Clark.
    'S and Forfeiture Fund 11.2.6..9-2

    Over.lrnft Jon 1. 1021: _..___.____. ,. 12(1( .81 .
    'Mfoellitn. iliirinir, month _.__.-__"..__. 21 I M4 "NOTH'K OF HAIK OF '1 .IItIl.n Hl\ PICK I
    Warrunt l-en.il. ....._... ('KNT; "roWN OFHI'AKKK IIONI
    t Overdraft. *'.l>. 1. 1023 ___-.-. -. ._ __ tll .19Mniifl \ lft>ridy not In* In irlvrn that th uoMrd el
    Fundnnlnnce Itond tnwli-rat of tim Town. ..r Mturlte, I- lridm.

    Jnn I. 102.1 n..__..____"__. III HOlt will r' anfv0: m-nliNl I..bl.In to' th) mirchiui:: nff
    .<...>li.!.. ilurlna month .. ._____. -_ UJ 11Viirrant .Itl I.noo.fiii nf Wmr and Muht riant 'hon anf
    lieueil .. tin Town nf Hlark. 1 I' UirMn. up to .n4.ncliuliiiif
    "Well! llulnnne rrb.) 1. 1021- :- ___n'_ -_ _. .-.-- 113.01 I the Uh liny of April. A. I). \\9M
    ( Building Fund Hail bunt lire to It* dm..'I) tile flmt day, *f

    llnlnnce Jan. I. ItUJ .____.._ ___0__ __ ZM7.89Kifii'lptN July. A. !>. MtJ, and' .. to b* In th*. <.i.mi_.iniitiiin -
    ; durlntr month ...._____..__- of S n. Warranla (nailed. __.__._____...... Ihe rate of H per cwnt |itr unnum, psyabl.'Iemi.aunally. *
    Strong llulnnro) .'.b. I. 102i1: -. .___.__ __ 3M7.DOOituiendlnir I on thv l.rat ility. .of Janumrrnnil
    If..ndInl..n.o July uf each year, with In I. coupusuott'llII.

    CARDS v Jan. 1. 1921! ..__'__...___'_0 H77.73: 'Iho firlnclpnl' aol. fntwrttit of mt4ionil
    Mrs. Anna Clover of R. r. D. lloeolplK durinir month _____......__. 108.20) ( are imyiihltt at .the.llnnnvvr Natlon-il '
    _. _. __. 'Hunk In thi. city Mml *.( of New York.
    Kar "I. Wnrianta tnnnt'il ...1.! 'I.
    5. Wlntield. otT-trwd
    ; uf botulu for
    says Thti Hmiiunt
    POSTERS ______ ..__ _.__ 1IHB.91Dralnaua :
    . began to suffer some months 11"1,, ... hell I. 102:1: "' n.lltill' ) (III, "nl the 3 prlnnipiil I ..1' cots|"| bfini

    ago with womanly troublet, andI llnluno Jan 1. 1923: .._Fund.........__.. 1.BOIti'di'lple. nhitll of I hv July..ln,. .and)h pnyubl bitflnnlnir. 14.t"'I.1I1I) with the IU1Q.An.t

    ENVELOPES was afraid I was going toet\[ durlntr month .. __._.._.__ "luy...1 vmlinic. with n" 1VMJ.yt-wr IMiU. will lin neecptr.Jill \
    In bed. Each month I suffered Warrant lMUfd ___................ ti two o'elncrf p. m. un April 4th. 1142$. '
    J with head back and sides-a llalance Feb I. 1112'1 __. __ .-- 1.BHWldno Ml I) hlili..tni. are r..|"....1 h. ".ip.e tt with C. A.
    BILL HEADS my I'enilon Fend I'uloh clrrU ..f Iha I h'titrtl of iHind, tI'illituIPS .f
    weak aching. nervous feeling.I holmes Jnn. I. 192,1:;) _____....._.-___ 802.42 the town ..r HUrW. Horl.lw.. a oortiiluil) eh*' k ,
    I began to fry medicines as I 'ICee lpUi durIng. month ..___......... fur SI,IIII0.0II. nn.tl. check) to ,IM mo..., ,.. .",, *
    NOTE knew I was. worse. I W..rr nU l..mil __ .. .._ on.II"<), to fifo. ('. Whitf, trrMMurwr, of I hit lw>nr>l 5 ftmntl
    HEADS getting Iliilano. ri' b. I. IOJI: .. __ -_ m.U ) truntfr of th. town. of tft' ..rkw. KlorWm. -
    did not seem to find the right\[ Acrleultural Fund .

    remedy until someone told me of llnlaneo Jan. 1. 1921\ _.-_ __.______ 76 All hl.Mrrn shall ."..lfv the Urn wtthl
    WINDOW CARDS 'ItoeIilc durinir month -..._.-...____ which Illo liUMifrw will 1 comply with the trrmaithurcof
    I War..... InMUfd A__ ___._ .. -."__ nrti>r notlc. lit iilvt-n by thtt n.1.1 elorli
    llMlunc. rt-b I. IfM: -_ .711 nf UIH )Irimnl of buml truitUr thai delivery
    I SHIPPING TAGS'"i. l-i-liruury I. 1023: of th. bnniln con be m*>tl...
    llradford. County.: : OrtlfltHl clinch.. rtrfftrrnil. t<> nJjpv. la In l>.
    CARDUIThe Ht... of ..Iorl.... il.>plI.aM.
    LETTER HEADS I hereby certify that tno foreiiolnii .'....m..na with thai I 1.1 l nut.mlrta-.l. anil) In lh. ...n. *WMccttptnne
    of the reflelpt anil' dtnbunMimenta of the nf such billind) the failure on UM
    fund nf llrailford County for the month .., ..riot tli. bl ....?. shall b. ..on.tlfr. .. |iiliaii.t l
    January' ma: I I. true and. correct ta the >r .m. | I
    taut of my fcM.lt.... and ....II.r. "",nil,,''' und u. r.t.in.U by th. bu.ni uf bead
    I Woman's Tonic O. W. A14)ItatlAP4.ISSAL trlnI.ueI..
    .j. Clerk ClnmK Court, Htihl town of 8tnrk honda are to b* .IiMMr
    !: )
    llradford (:"ninty.By for th. ""'1" .. of rt>..f trtMtln.f and .nlA..-
    I used Iwo bottle before I could .. .
    KNlmn.D..utv Iiiir, the w t?rworkn und electric lithe 1'1 ***
    tee any great change but after C. A. Clnk.NOTI'I of II,. Town of Htetrh.. rtorlda. Haiti bo*..*
    that I it was remarkable how nnt to I b. Hold for not 1 It**.** tnan par.
    fUM bondM. see to IM* *w>l hi with th. apprm....*
    much better I got. I am now !: opinion of M........ St.o..y, ThorrvllH. 1'.1)_ ..
    well and Irong. I can recom- 'r. the Ifiinnrabl, Hoard i'ublla 'Inalruction .% Imdite. iMiml .tttornvya of Ifoaton, M_
    mend Cardul, for It certainly II mil ford. County.: HiirlilH 1'h. ..1<1 board. of bond tru i*** r*.*rr_
    benefited W. tlu und.Tniani.,1. la payer... of L.wt.y.uih.eehool the rlitht. to rj.ct any and all bid.
    "Our Work is the Best" me. dielrlct pvtlllon* your honorable fly oM-r of th* aalil "b ,1..f bond t.... ***
    If you have been experimenting board to Brant u* an eluillon, t.. enlarva our of tli I Tuwn of Htark. 'I': .
    on yourself with all kind of ditrlet by entendlnaour, bnun.'.,,I... to Luke J. T. OUIOLBY.Chairmnn .
    r different remedies better getback IB Sections UO HI. ; iM. 26. W. J7.; .40 of the Board of Ibind TrunU. ...
    2M, and a Iborllon; 12f'l't of New River, uI1In Town of ", ...k., K lor MA.AttMt .
    to good old, reliable Townehlp 4 Houth lOunge !22 ....... !
    Cardui tffe medicine for 8""'.." c. A. ruTcir.
    women. about which you have A. If IIARLBYKHNKHT clerk of th* B mrtl of Rund Trtaitj
    H WKI.t8W. Town of Htark. 2.2-vt.'
    always heard which has helped K.; TOItOIlK

    many thouiand of other, and (1. W. tiHKKNK. : OKDKK!: FOR PUBI.ICATIDN

    I which should help you too. 1:. HUKNKY In Circuit' Court Mt..... of Morlil. KlvkaOJudicial
    Ask your neighbor about It; she W. II. IIK.'IH. Circuit; Uradford County: In ._- .
    K. K. 'ntKDK' : .ery.Hank.
    has probably used It. v. K. HB.nuisir: of 8larka. a ('.......".L1on.
    foot sale everywhere. J. W. nARIIKH CoraulainanU,
    I'! ., .1.. J. Mrl.KOU: v* ,
    jJI'krirfrtrzr1i'1"fiT' K. (.CjKIFFIHJo Lena A. Mut.lunir. (.. A. MuClun,
    T. MOORK I and Lou,. IJonley I
    <'. niNKIN-4 Defendant. I I
    BRADFORDCOUNTY T. J. TKRHY; It ""." ..,'11'. by affidavit appended. ta M*
    .A. ('. HKAM: *'Kn. bill Died In ..Ii. nlx>......ted so... that l eaei
    To Stop a Cough Quick If. 1'1<:.\ ItCE A M <:lumr and (J. A. MnCliinv* two of uedefendanta -
    'r. I.. WAINWIHGHT' therein named are nonrMiideaeiof
    cnko HAYES HEALING MONEY. a It. PA1)i.'rr<< th* late of rlorliU. anj l believed' to be ,' *
    cough' medicine which stops the cough I:ybeulini 1r.O. VOIINftB. reaiilent. of South" llend. In the tUi of .I.sliana I..

    ( the Inflamed and Irritated tm u<'.. M. TKACY and are. over th. age of (twenty ae
    A. M. BI.ANC'UAKD year i U I I. therefor ordered' that aid, nnareaident -
    A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE. J. I. HAKKKI.L: itefendant. ba and ar hereby re 1".1 "-
    ALVE for Cheat Colds. Head Colds and I.OIJIH H. HILL. .. to appear to th. bill of eomplaint. Illinl .
    t li rnclowd with bottlq ofHAYKS1 9 I. FLITCH .aid eaiM m or before1 Monday the 5th .aie7of
    Jmup every 29NTJrTci Mureh. A, I). 10.'I: otherwlw. the alienation ," -
    TELEGRAPHSTARKE. / HEALING HONEY. The salve of said bill will ... taken .* .onfe_
    nhould be rubbed KBO by Raid, defendants.
    of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. UNDER:/ )HKTION In (II' TUB It I I. further ordered. that (hi. 0'...... .be
    GENERAL: BTATUTEa """".h... on.. a week for four eonecotreweek .
    The neallnit effort of Hay..' Ifcallnn Itoaey la' ffereby notice la a'lven tim A. Z. Adlflna In tha flradford County T.I.......'", anewnpaper
    ltd* the .... enmnlned with the hcallnil,$ elff" t ftt.ran purehaaer of ta* **!. eertlllratea numbered uhlihd In aid ounty and vtae.
    FLORIDA S 0.P..-T"". 8alm Ibroogb the porn ol rfepeetlvvly 102. 10H. 121. 147. 1411. 1AII 151.: 'Tin January 41. 1923 ,
    Ibo shIn lana topa S oourth.DrMh IBB. IM. 1H.1.: Itli. 1H3. 202. 224. 22K 2ft H>, 201.lMued O. W. ALPF.HMAN.
    ...mlNl..re. parked In oo. carton and lb. i by th. ta* collector for Bradford. eounty. Seal) Clerk' Circuit (:i>....
    aunt cf tha oumbloml treatment. 1*JSo. rloriila.* ..''d eertlflcatea ...Inll dated Au lly C. A. KNIUIir.Deputy ...\
    Just ink druggist for C HAYES' "..., 1. l<*20. hum Aled, ald ..rtll\..._ In my Cleek.n :. .!
    your .rlttoe and ho .mad application for tat d_ r. KNIGHT
    HEA1JMG lION EY. to .taeue la aceonlanm with .w. The. suit Solicitor for Complainant. 2.2.01FR11)AY -'-?



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    L1I FRIDAY MARCH 2, 1923.Heed .

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    f -- --- ---- noon at 2:30. Everybody invite-i to ,l lI lI
    Stockmanstrike, D* a. being appropriate county eat Monday.
    .. .. .... '-j- Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mr*. J. W. attend.
    > "
    '. ......... ..".".. ._. .... Little Murla and e'ere
    "The assumption. that 'any fool can Andrews Jr., of Starke visited relatives I
    i farm' has tr worked over time for here Friday.' on the sick list ]last week.R. I

    several years past in Florida with the Mrs. llattie Black returned home A. Week was a visitor to the

    result that in many sections of the Thursday from Stuart where she county seat last week.WATEJOIiLL. t

    ( country Florida, as a farming state, pent a few weeks with relative u, ,

    \ j >IK referred to with contempt. MUM Lucile Shelton! of Jackson .
    I "Probably no state in the Union has ville, i I. spending a few days with Mr.

    t'';/ \ tr17 ft4nL had such a colossal numb-or great and Mr*. T. J. Terry. Watermill, March: 2.-H. S. War

    4 I variety of ne'er-do-weel dumjv-d upI liembert Carrodine returned to his ren, of Hardeetown was,, a business I

    I I n her farm lands with the expecta- home here last week from Louisiana visitor here Friday and Saturday.Mrs. I

    : ,1 t ; ti<.n that honest-to-gosh farmers where he haJJ been employed for the M. E. Good re, of Sampson

    ,4t would result in a few months. past four month. is visiting her son, W. J. Good p. !

    fi I II I A particularly lazy and worthlessclerk Elder Harry V. Skipper of Jacksonville Miss Laura Carter is visiting her 1 ,t, ,.

    in Northern city i i. fired from filled his appointment at the aunt, Mrs. R. R. Prevatt. of Starke. 1I 1i I

    I fj' I jjr>b to job. lie finally concludes that Advent church Thursday and Friday Mrs. Rachel: Prevatt of Graham i

    he is literally out of hut latitude and evening spent the week-end here guest of her

    I get a little cash together and come. Arthur Wilkerson of Highland daughter*. Viola Thomas.J. .

    I 'j I J to Florida where he has heard that a was a visitor to Lawtey Saturday. F. Turner was transacting bus-

    j man can get rich on ten acre: in a Mrs. Louis Roberts is spending a iness in Hampton Saturday.J. .

    t | year or two without work. Ills capi few day with relatives in Kaiford. H. Brown was a visitor to Broolter -

    r tII J tal i ts gone before the first crop has Mrs. Mary Rivers of Green Cove Saturday.Mrs. .

    ) y.v sprouted and even if he could finance Springs; spent a day or two here list Tiercy Roberts, of Brooker I

    II)!! r his undertaking if* dollars to doughnuts week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. was a guest of her daughter Mrs.. B.

    .' J he would fail to make good in David Durban. Thomas, Sunday.

    : the end, and charge; it to Florida condition Clyde Moscley spent Sunday with :Mrs. Bessie Brannen, of Lake Butter .
    r *. friends in Jacksonville.Mr spent the week-end here with rel-

    ) 1 1H "Then he gets a job in town or ,. and Mrs. Lem Sapp and children atives. Ar

    sends home for railroad fare and of Jacksonville were visitors We are glad to report that 0. W.

    when he sec "the folks" again does here first of the week.R. Thomas still improving.Mrs. .

    he say, "I failed because<< I know nothing H. Smith spent Sunday with his H. J. Markey was numberedon
    I about farming, was lazy or did family in Jacksonville. the sick list last week: Strawisrry Growers Attention !I ,;

    'II the not have enough capital"-not on David Durban Jr., and sisters, Little Verlie Thomas is visiting her ,

    your tintype. He tell 'em what a Misses Eva and Mildred, visited relatives sister Mrs. Berta Rosier, of Wood- --ti

    rotten place Florida. is and that even in Green Cove Springs Sunday. lawn.Misses You will soon be wanting[ your stock plants. You will want

    ', words at the an intelligent man like himself does Henry Hudson of Clay Hill was Reba and Rhoda Brown trae MISSIONARY and KLONDYKE--no mixture" and no *ubtitution. I
    not stand a chance of success at the transacting business in town Satur- were shopping in Brooker Wednesday I .
    tj Take no chance*-order from ALLEN either director

    ; top of this farming game.'The"'fuilure. isn't always a clerk- day.Truby Wainwright was a visitor to afternoon.Davie Carter was a visitor over to from your local dealer but tell them you want ALLEN'S plants .
    I Ir
    i we merely Fame this clau' for the Starke Sunday.Dr. Gainesville and Starke this week.L. and accept no substitutes. $3.75 per 1,000 or 5,000 or over

    i! picture "J take of illustration. He may be a J. J. Treadwell of St. Augustine A. Brown and children of Brooker at $3.50 per 1000. Hand your order to MR. N. B. HULL. i

    I[tradesman or e.ven a man of business will fill hill appointment at Grace were here Sunday.
    I I I
    experience-seldom is he a man of church Sunday morning at 11. At 2p. II .

    I? It will pay you to do to, for previous farming experience. The m. he will hold the fourth quarterly SAMPSON CITY I THE W. F. ALLEN CO. Salisbury, Md.ly .

    ; without question the madetomeasure farmer from another section< comes to conference. At 7:30 p. m. Dr. W.I. I .
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    method is the Florida with the expectation of work : Powell will preach his theme being Sampson City March 2E. D.
    I located the farm owned D.
    .. only logical to buy lie knows that "God' Mountains." on by
    x way ing for success. crops Jones Mr. Porter Misses Ednaraeand
    I clothe.. cannot be planted cultivated and harvested J. \\". Andrew. Sr. and son were i Juanita Smith motored to Starke h L. Brown west of town.
    Mrs\ W. L. D. L. and
    Eugg, Bugg
    and live stock and fruit groves transacting business here Friday. Friday.
    You get certainty of fit and I Ed Rowe were business visitors to i
    "' I cared for without work regardless of Rev. Louis Donnelly of Starke fill- Miss Ethel Jones spent Monday in
    the atisfaction of selecting Starke last Friday.
    : it is in Florida anywhere ed his at Evergreen
    whether or appointment Gainesville, having dental work done. if
    the model and
    the fabric E. L. Priest of Green Cove Springs
    Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. G. V. Williams and Roy Goodge of
    you prefer. When you order else."The was a business visitor here this week.
    fact that farming be
    Palatka, motored here and spent theweekend f
    an Mrs C. E. Harper accompanied by
    p carried on differently here from methods UUOOKEU with relatives.
    her sister .Miss Hattie Turner left
    io followed elsewhere i Is not a Mrs. F. P. Jones and little daughters >>
    "International"you last Saturday for Green Cove Spring "
    stumbling block to the farmer. A. Brooker March 2.-Marcus Brownof Janet and Beatrice, of Atlanta
    where they will be the guest of Mrs.
    soon as he has an opportunity to note 'Starke was a visitor to our town Ga., spent a few days here last week R.
    rock-bottom Rawley. 9
    get price the difference in climate, rainfall and Friday. visiting her mother-in-law, Mrs. S. E. '
    and the very finest of workmanship Judge R. A. Green of Starke, was F
    market condition he adjust his -
    ' < operations Marguerite Shriver spent the latter Jones. '
    a* well real and transacting business here Monday. We Our
    a Own Lenses
    rule he I I Grind :
    accordingly as a an't part of last week in Jacksonville. Joe Williams Dogan Nabb E. D.
    Mr. ,
    genuine all-wool fabric. I. J Priest is the guest of her
    1 generally succeeds if success isa Virginia Week. of Gainesville was I Jones and Mr. Porter motored-to NODELAYainesviJle.
    I son. Emery Priest of Green Cove this
    possibility."In the week-end visitor with her parent I Graham Monday afternoon.
    Nat Sternberg the past big effort has been Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks. Miss: Mamie Hall spent Sunday in week. C Florida.
    Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson, of Clay
    made to tiring simple people to FlorIda Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster were Gainesville guest of Miss Myra
    county were the guests of their son, *
    .R STARKE, FLA. without previous experience and visitor to Gainesville Saturday af"itrnoon. Swearingen.Mr. J. F. Johnson Monday.Mr. .
    fret them started in the farming game and Mrs. R. M. Cuson and lit I Public SalesWe
    and Mrs M. J. Green who have
    Thousand of misfits have thus made I Mana Andreu spent the week-end tle daughter, Mollie Lou motored to been I
    friends and relatives in
    the trial and when they have failed '.with relatives at New River. Starke Saturday. I
    South Florida have returned to their
    have charged it to Florida conditions. Rev. Parker of Georgia, filled his Miss Eva Mae Hodges of Hampton home here. I have purchased 122.000 pair U.
    k "This has hurt Florida Immeasurably regular appointment here Saturdayand spent Saturday and Sunday here
    FACTS ABOUT CLOTHES S. Army Munson last shoes, .size 5%
    because millions"are willing to
    trio Sunday. with friends.R. .
    FIVE MILE to 12 which waa the entire surplus
    believe any fool tale the returneiprodigal E. T. Stewart was a visitor to Gra- Lee Gibson of Gainesville, mo- :
    (How Structure of 1latt"rlal.AIYt"Ct.. stock of one of the largest U. S. government
    % 1 tell. A state
    care to tored here and
    may ham Friday afternoon Saturday was a guestof
    Wearing and (.'leaning Qualitie Five Mile, March 2.-Mr. and Mrs. shoe contractor.
    i: than can ship nearly 100,000'carloads N. E. Baxter of Smyrna Ga., spent Mrs. Josie Hall. He returned to P. P. Dekle had as guests last week This shoe is guaranteed one hundred
    t of fruit and vegetable to outside the week-end here with homefolka. Gainesville Monday accompanied by
    When thu housewife buy clothing: Mesdames Proctor and Savage, T. D. per cent solid leather color dark
    markets within a year's time and Miss: Mamie Hall.
    M. P. Matheny and sons, Emra and l '
    I Proctor Miss Ruby Proctor of Lake tan, bellows dirt and
    material ahe hi* more things to consider tongue
    with most of the atulf'going out in Orth spent Monday afternoon at the R. M. Cason and little daughter
    than its appearance. Such thing Butler, M. P. Dekle of Jacksonville proof. The actual value of thin hoe
    mid winter, can stand on its recordof county seat Mollie Lou were visitors to Graham i
    I are the suitability of the material to Mrs. Murphy !Miss Josephine Blume is $6.00. Owing to this tremendous ..
    J the for which intended its I merit any time. "Ella Mae Hazen of Gainesville Monday.E. 'I Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke. buy we can offer same to the publicat
    purpose We can make Christians out of spent the week-end here with home- D. Jones, Hiram Jones and Mr. Mr.
    f wearing qualities, manufactured and Mrs. John Carroll were $2.95.:
    thousands of unbelievers by seekingto folk Porter motored to Starke one day of
    I guests of Mrs and Mr Tom Hendricks
    and its whether -
    possible adulteration Send
    locate real farmers FlorIda correct size. Pay posttnoa
    more on Lewis Shriver was a visitor to last week.
    or not it i I. pure and its price. farm lands. There of I Sunday.V. on delivery or send order. If
    are plenty : Worthington Monday afternoon. Mrs. C. A. Worley and little daughter Andrews and sisters, Ethel, Vir- money
    '' Certain definite tests may bo applied 'young men farmers in many parts of: Mr. Priest of Hampton was a vis- Lucile and Miss Ida Mae Blitch gie'and Louise with shoes are not as represented we will

    to the material to enable the the North who could be readily interested itor to our town last week.W. of Gainesville, visited friends here on I Mr. and !Mrs. D. Dyal.spent Sunday : cheerfully refund your money

    housewife to know whether or not it in coming to Florida to farm J. Jones and Mrs. Equilla Dixonof Sunday. .yet. Rev. and Mrs S. S. promptly.
    ,; I I. pure, pomiihly the most important a* farming should be done if the ef- Graham, were visitors to our town Mrs. Jim Varnes and little daughter Lake Butler Proctor

    ri .1 consideration.; Miss Ellen LeNoir fort, !I.. made to tell them somethingof Sunday.R. Bessie spent the week-end in the Thursday enroute passed for through here on t.
    \ district home demonstration agent of farming actualities here that are A. Weeks wa a visitor over to county seat with relatives.A where they were guests of Mr. and ,, National Bay State Shoe Co
    the agricultural extension division not (/ elsewhere in America. the .
    duplicated Worthington Sunday afternoon. party was given at home of Mrs.
    W. I. Dubose. The occasion 1
    say there are three purity tests, "We respectfully urge our wide Miss Hubbard of Jacksonville Is Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinney Thursday the celebration of Mr. Dubose's 69th was 296 BROADWAY

    namely microscopic, chemical and awake real estate and land( owner here on a visit with her sister !Mr*. night. A nice time was reported.Mrs. birthday anniversary NEW YORK N. Y.

    burning. What she has to say about friends to give the suggestion a fair R. E. Foxworth.Mr. S. E. Jones spent. Sunday in Mrs. N. 11. Stokes and grandson 2-0-4t

    the microscopic test follows: trial by devoting a part of their advertising Pollard of Hampton was at- Valdosta, Ga. Winfield Douglass, of Miller and Homer '

    "The physical structure of the four appeal to real} "dirt farmers tending to business here last Fri- Ed Swearingen of Gainesville, wasa Gainey of Brooker l
    were guestsof PURE
    well-known textile fibers ii, entirely ." Just now when the farming visitor at the home of friends last MEADECOTTONSEED
    Mr. and Mrs. P.
    P. Dekle Mon
    different. (a) The wool fiber is made more and more profitless unsettled in day.Messrs.. H. P. and L. R. Gainey week. day.

    upof small /flat over-lapping cells like other states there are thousands who spent the first of the week on a fish Miss Eflle Edmondson of Starke, .Mrs. Barbara Dukes is visiting\ her

    fish scale (th,l same I"i true of the are simply waiting for the Invita- ing trip in the sand hills. visited friends here Sunday. daughter Mrs. Barbara Morgan in
    hair). (b) The cotton fiber i i. a one tion." Mr. and :Mrs. J. S. Brown and children Mrs. W. J. Roberson was a ylsitor : Brooker this week. I Pure Meade upland long staple

    celled seed hair with a cuticle or outside Pearl and Maurice, Rev. E. B. to Starke last week. Dewey Duke and Leon Shaw of : cotton seed grown from field selected -

    wull. A characteristic of the fiber LAWTEY; Joyner of Miller attended services Jim Thomas, of New River spent Union City, spent Sunday with Mr. seed. I grow no other variety -
    U. its twisting which Is here with his sister Mrs Carl of
    greatestin here Sunday night. Sunday and Mrs. B. L. Duke. cotton. Price $2.00 per
    well ripened cotton and which adds Lawtey, March 2.-Dr. and Mrs. Masonic Lodge No. 0, F. & A. M., Wynn. 'bushel: of 30 pounds at shipping

    to its value for spinning (c) The silk W. '3. Chandler returned here last will hold its regular meeting next Fred :. Deaver was a visitor to the RAIFOltD point. Meade cotton will make

    fiber has no cellular structure becauseit week from a tour through southern Saturday afternoon at 3:30.: All members county seat last week. more than either Sea Island or ;

    I I. formed of a fluid secreted by the "part of the state. They will spend a are urged to be present. Raiford March 2.-Mr. Driggera, short staple cotton; the length

    silk worm, (d) Linen, the fibers of I few week here guests of :Mr. and Reddish Andrew of New River, HAMPTON of Lake Butler was in town Wed i of the Meade staple is equal to

    which come from the outside layers Mrs. W. F. Godwin before going to was,a visitor here Saturday.A. nesday. I that of Sea Island and sells for t'I '

    of the bark of the flax plant, shows their home in South Orange, N. J. A. Hazen was in Worthington Hampton, March 2.-The Hampton Mr. !Mahood, of Macclenny was in I the same price. Has large boll. II
    under the microscope as a long fiber Mr. and Mrs Enoch Uriflia and provinbl' is early
    Saturday morning. shingle mill is to be a success town last week. I maturing and wilt re-

    with thick wall and cane-like joints. daughter Pearl, returned home Sun- B. Y. P. U.. program for next Sun- and carloads of shingles are be- Mrs. Will Roberts, of Worthington sistant. r

    .r "Of course the average housewife day from a four days trip down the day evening will be carried out by ing exported weekly. was visiting relatives here last Thurs.
    will not be able to apply the East Coast. Mr. Griffl reports that group one. Everybody Invited,to at- Sheriff Epperson of Starke was a G. V. Cunningham
    test However this he saw the effect of last week's cold day.Mrs.
    scopic micro-I tend.Mrs. business visitor here this week. Andrew Green of Baker county -
    I tion will be of decided weather a* far down as the southernend G. C. Mills and baby of Ona Rev. Burke of Waldo, will fill his was visiting her sister Mrs. A. D. AGRICULTUKA LCOLLEGE

    1 her. If she remember the serrated of Flagler county. are here on a visit with'her parent, appointment here next Sunday morn Andrews, here last week. ATHENS GA.

    } Structure of the wool fiber, she will !Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddiih were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clemons. ing and evening.Mr. Dr. J. M.j Mann of Lake Butler

    know when washing woolen clothes visitor to Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan spent Collins of Lake Geneva, wa was\"a professional visitor here last METHODIST CHURCH
    not to use extremely hot water and Miss Emma Johnson was called to Sunday with relative at Lake Butler. a business visitor here this week. Thursday -

    ''L not to plunge from warm washinR'water her home in Hampton Thursday on Mr. and Mr*. W. W. Thomas of Mrs. H. F. Che.'er. who has beenin A. D. Andrew. was a business visItor Sunday school at 10 a. m., every

    into an icy rinse because when account of her brother being killed in Cooter Pond, were in our town Satur- Jacksonville for several weeks returned to Jacksonville Thursday. Sunday morning. E. K. Perryman,

    once these over-lapping scales have a crossing accident at Hampton. day.Mr. to her home here Sunday.M. Messrs. N. T. Ritch and G. M. In- superintendent -

    ; shrunk together from extreme of Arthur Swart was transacting business Moody, of LaCrosse, was here L. Watterson and L. J. Wynn man, of Starke were business visitors Rev. J. B. Roney presiding elder

    temperature they cannot be pulled in Jacksonville Monday, Saturday.J. have been attending to business in here Monday.Joe will preach next Sunday morning at

    ( back and we hear 'The sweater has Mr and Mrs. Fred Sapp, of Starke S.' Howard and son, Marcus, of Starke this week. Andrews Jr., of Starke was a 11 o'clock. .

    drawn up so I can't !get Into it. were visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Dukes, attended cervices here. Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wasdin of Wal visitor here during the week.W. Epworth League 6:45 Sunday..
    Miss Louise Blanchard returned on evening. do shopping here Thursday. ning.
    were II. Andrew was a visitor to Preaching service 7:30.:
    REAL FARMERS: NEEDED Monday to her position as stenographer Mrs. Fred Reppenhagen, of Jack- Mrs. W. J. Cochran, of Macon Ga., Jacksonville Sunday.. Prayer meeting Wednesday .T.-

    for the Macclenny* bank after onville, i I. here visiting her ..iater.Ii. who has been the guest of her sister, Rev. J. T. Barnes of Starke, .filled' ning1- 7:30.

    r One of the greatest need In I'lor- '' spending a few weeks the home of ) .. R. E. Foxworth. Mrs. J. H. Pollard, for several weeks his appointment here Sunday at the All members urged to be present

    Ida today especially in Clay county her parents )Ir. and Mrs. A. M. Blan- The many friend of MM.: : E. T. returned to her home last Tuesday.Mr Baptist church. Strangers will receive a cordial wel-

    Is more honest to goodness farmers 'chard. Stewart are glad to learn she is Unloving : Diekerson, of Live Oak has Carl Ritch was a visitor to Heil- come.

    men who know what work Is. Wed Mr. W. E. Torode wa a business from her recent lllno,.a and been> a guest of Haynes Hotel. bronn Spring last Sunday. .

    have some, but we need lots more of visitor to Jacksonville Monday. hope she will soon be able to b-i out II. B. Wrest was a business visitorto Colds Cause Unp ao4 Influenza

    them. Mr. W. II. Bigg and Mrs. F. B. again. Waldo Friday.J. Cattle Bred at Station Show the Results LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE< _1M

    The following from the Farmer and Wells and baby were visitor to the Sunday school next Sunday? after D. Harris of Omio, have recent- of Good Stock ao.. Tsars Is only QutnJu.-
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