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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 9, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OLUME FOR'TY-FOUK. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, M.MICH 9. 1923. NUMBERrIIIRrY-SEVEN

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fjPERVISOR STATES THAT JUS !I STARKE TO CAN GRAPEFRUIT '!'I VALUABLE FARM-ORCHARD Lot Fence Ilrokvn Down by Falling O.L1GLEY LAYS BIG CONDUIT sheriff Officer( (1(....rny Three Stills 4

I ICE AND HUMANITY SHOULD I BOUGHT MY GEORGIA MAN line Tree (;ave Animal Chance: Northwest of !Starke

PREVENT INCARCERATING OF W. E. Lee CanniiiK Co. to Begin Operations For' a I.ark-AII Recovered Excavation Uncover Rrtlcw; of Former -

r J PRISONERS IN CONVICT CAMP: \ I I MondayThe J. Ileenon William Sold His Place to ,, Slurke Life Lust Thursday Sheriff Epperson Iw

(0' T. J. KNABB'S. I Clark County. Farmer for $10,200 During the heavy wind storm Tuesday and Deputy llaindcn went out to hunt

I W. E. Lee Canning Co. has I night' u largo pine tree was blown Contractor J. T. Quigley Is !hard' for stills and as usual they were h
rented the north of the mule lot fence lit the convict at work laying a conduit from Cherry
he board of county commissioners cannery building ; |I The largest real estate transaction across successful.Vent of the Dyal place,

Bradford county, Florida, met in I|.the depot, and R. C. Hutchinnon, thej' to take place in Starke for ammo time camp north of town, and thirty- to Church street, in the big ditch that J I about four miles northwest of Starke ,

ular session Monday, March 5th, ,, superintendent, and assistants are II occurred a few days ago when J. lieu- four head of mules belonging to the runs along! A. O.) AndreuV premiHvti i tt ,>v found, In a buy, a copper still

th all members present, as follows: busy putting machinery and apparatus nan Williams; sold his farm about one county atampciU'd through the opeii- on the south. This ditch has loru which was brought;: to.Starka.A .
in order that work be start O'Kel- ing in the fence und took to the been an eye-sore, but will suon be
M. Brownlee chairman, Louis H. so can mile north of town to Geortcu rccons" was taken until Saturday,
II James Reynolds S. J. Prescott''' cd Monday. ley a well-to-do North Georgia farm \\0,)IKII!!, Captain McNeil; acted prompt forgotten. Tho conduit will be aboutiiiu when tho hunt wui renewed, Countable -
W. E. Lee thu member of tX I ly in the matter and within u tew ; fi'uc long and will easily! curry alT i
d II. P. Gainey.Minutes I i principal er. The- consideration wan :$iO,2.> Jacob Johns joining the oillcers
of last meeting read und the company lives at Plant City and the property consists: of about 'fi; hours bad thirty-one of tau anl.II:1I"l.ack all the water that is led into It. Doing before mentioned. In tho ed,:'O of u .

is a large owner of orange;: and grape I acres about 40 acres being set to pe- l in the lot. Thoy had wandvrei. three foot iiinidu diameter it resembles swamp went! of Clayton Crawford1

the proved.lollowinj:: eumntjnication was: fruit groves. Canning grapefruit isu cune..s, interspersed wnn :SthSumol'' t several null's front the CIIII1,> and u small tunnel, and a porH.Mi not place, about three miles northwest of
thidg but gonieUiini that ill : sand were divided i into twos groups. of ulderut.mic suo may easily crawl
new orange und Cnineite tarke, they found a pair of shoos
owed from J. B. 'l''JI11.lb, aupervisof -
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state promising to be very pro..table, and It is considered une ot tnu bust properties : The liiuiiiiK' of tile r..II.II..1th1'l'l. Uu-ou_h u. Jlld. .,", ..Iurill lie hoi 1I/1.t| II pair of p.:HIM, tats Und looked:

prison Jacksonville, Fla., the company intends to preserve in tl8'llection and tue ge.iaral ; head! seemed a morO sermud niaUOf, HLMHOII it may alfoi-d a co.af.irtablo promlx.m' They! entered the swamp,

1eb. 27, l)23.!) grapefruit while tile season IaelsAfter :j opinion is that Mr. Ivuliey Has but at nno.ii, a telephone call c.init icsliyK plate, a breeze! constantly' which. was ";> boggy that+ they had to

Uoard of County duo inquiries and weighing the muue an investment that will show; a from S. J. Norman, announcing tit bluing through it.II' floundoi in mad mid water three fuel
of the
|>n. Chairman Commissioners of Bradford, pros and cons, it was decided that! | loge pio.it within a few years. I ho had tiken the.n up ut his placu !\ Quigley made. the joints of the in places, but they found a lilllo dry 1

Sturko would be ideal for u farm ten in.Ios west of town. Men ware comlaiu' hm-.elf, of concrete reinfoic-
Alachua an point j ALi O Kelley has un extensive knoll and there was the still thuywere
county, iiuiti-r County,
1'loritlu cannery, as labor is:: plentiful here at near Athens, Ga., and will not move I sent for them und by night they were cd with stout who netting. Each looking for It consisted of a

County, i smaller wages than demanded in to Florida until he has made somudisposition in the lot. joint la four fujt long and weighs 40-taillon() : iroil put, carefully not in n

tlomcn: discontinue South Florida. The slightly longer of his holdings tnerc. in Only the top of tho tree reachedthe mOO j pound They are nioved to till furnace having u chimney. Six barrels -
that
:,his is to urge you of the fruit does not makoj lot and of the mules were injured ditch by means uf rolling on the
to Mr.J. haulage the) meantime he has C. :S.' Uoltzen- none of mash were also found und de-
pr lease of county prisoners this any material difference.The dorf in charge of his property here. by it. One of them hurt itselfin ground. Ky means of two skid, u ntroyed. Tho still und apparatus
You to
Knabb.
( owe of various your. fruit to be used will be such The farm here will be carried on escaping from the lot, but the injury shears straddling the ditch un.ln differential could not Ito brought along but were ,

[yes, to the citizens your as are discolored or otherwise not de i along something of the same lines In not considered Berloiw. hoist they are lowered to tho 'destroyed.
It
ities, to humanity glance and justice.at sirable for shipment though fully as that Mr. Williams )has followed. I By Wednesday morning everything bottom, joined and cenuMttud together/ Tuesday of this week Messrs. Ep
only take a youngIte The ouUidj diameter is 3 feet H i lichen T
in Macdenny'jailA good for preserving as any. A car Strawberries, truck and general crops at the camp was working smoothly j person und Unladen renewed search

o who convicted is now of walking the load of cans has arrived and fruit is will be grown, with especial attention again, and the work of making the just the depth of the ditch. Mr. for stills. They went to the home of
; -was the at this writing. It the receipt 1 long and deep ill at Wat croak creek' Quigley has evinced much ingenuity
and givenS on way given to the but and fruit trees Everett: Green and found, behind tbe
i kfshway at High Springs
j to satisfy of fruit be sufficiently heavy as ,; It has been learned thut Mr. O'Kel- was moving forward. I III devising ways to handle the heavy kitchen, a still uf the humble lard can
for
months
atx": same, ;you .
human being should be incar- many as a hundred persons may be : ley is considered one of the most successful The camp has recently boon Increased pieces. variety. Green, Solomon DeSua und
thut no employed in the factory. The com Ga. by the addition of twelve men I While this ditch has been cleanedout
farmers in Clark county, Charley Lee were all arrested and
convict
y!.Derated in T. J. Knabb's camp
;; to- and ship from sent in from the State Farm. Tha at different times, workmen never
can
Baker has already taken its Pay expects In view of this his purchase here is ;placed in the county jail where they
''prisoners county Knabb. 5,000 to 10,000 cases of fruit this sea a high compliment to the Starko sec camp will soon be up to its full ca- went deeper than they could hell | have to drink wuter for u change.
from Mr.
For this M. Quigley timta. objects -
reason
son. This will put a good deal of pacity.
,ji,,li'waa informed by the Bradford in circulation in Staike and tion.Mr. Lakeland illustrative of the life of primitive V'
money Williams will move to
->Bounty commissioners that Mr. Knabb I H1'L: \UTIFUI. CONCERT PROGRAM
As
t- anti Starke. to
wish to the enterprise.TlIOMASMcKlNNEV MRS. EPPERSON ENTERTAINED prehistoric
we success where he will engage in busi
them that 1 I
the statement to
't'jlKiade .U. D. C. the first pieces were found of the -
.kad never complained about the con- I ness.I big Iron pot in which the county commissioners Tho concert ut thu club house, that '

.r41U6n or the treatment of his prisoners. I LUCKY 13 CLUB The W. T. Week Chapter U. 1). C., in the days of the old has been so pleasantly anticipatedfor
If Mr. Knabb made this statement several weeks look place Tuesday
Miss Eva Mae McKinney of Lake met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. courthouse, used to solemnly burn the,

the statement is false. I hope,, Butler, and Mr. Archibald J. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. -J. L. Peck entertained ., W. J. Epperson and her kuffhter, 'scrip" that had been paid. Also n evening:, und was u beautiful programof

,gentlemen, you will folbpw( Baker of Starke were qjletly married Feb. the Lucky 13 Club last week at their \:: Mrs. George A. Anderson, aa looK tellsi lot of square bottles with the legend. high tliiHH music which charmed
county's action in ordering your priss I the audience. Thu director Prof. Ly-
; 28th, in Gainesville Judge D. B. pleasant home on West Madison :: es. Beautiful potted 1 plants were used "Old Crow" stumped) upon them. Pre
,. ers back to jail. Hiers performing the ceremony. i i as decorations; in the hall was historic Starke U represented by"scooter" mUll 1'. Pryor, gave several l baritone
J :l Yours very respectfully, street. { i I I frotM wt'II.l's selections, also! Hiawatha's Wooing, /
and in the reception ploV tongues, i
This marriage came as a grout cur Mrs. H. 11. Young made high score placed choice begonias ...
J. B. THOMAS with Mrs. l K. K. ferryman as pianist,
ifki., prise to the friends of the contracting and received as a prize u set of Iv J'ry'1 room were brilliant geraniums for rail splitting/ "Dutch owen,* and]
f -Supervisor of State Prisons coffee also skulls of ru/orbucka !I all of which were heartily applaud
parties us Cupid had been very curd table numbers. Among the gentlemen j of various coHrs. mills
I the comm.ssioners de- busy in a quiet way, and now their Mr. S. 11. Young mado high II| The president, Miss Amelia Ray, and coons. For the ditch has al- {' ed.
of T. J. Tho.iu taking part In this prettyconceit ,
thel'eupon. the camp friends are showering thorn with con. score and was presented with a deck : occupied the chair und considerable ways been considered u "bully" place
day was designated fore. ( of trash of all kinds. were: Mesdames F. II. Long,'
transacted. Plans were for the dumping
gratulations and good wishes.. of cards. Mrs. F. L. Turner made business! was
Florence Powell A. Z. Adkins H. IL
The bride is the grand-niece of M. low. | made to send a box of necessary articles I 6
J. MeClellan Young, D. 10.: Knight J. W. Andrews
' r.\ W. Lloyd and Matilda L. McKinney of Lake Butler, and is Mrs. Peek served her guests with of to"the Jr., I'M 1C. Nell. Aliases Florence Milt.thew'
: were reported board as a beautiful young woman,well known delicious fruit gelatine salad saltines Home in Jacksonville, the box
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,fhaving die.,.and their names ordered for her charming traits of character. olives, hot chocolate und whip-I, to be packed at the next meeting of uf Thoxvlio Have Bought' Ford : Hilda Marguerite Struth Shrivur Nellie Stuarna.KlhfilGriflln

t4rupped from pauper roll. Miss McKinney )has taught school for the Chapter. I ,
ped cream. Him Tractors Sale of tickets. amounted to $XI: and
of L. F. Melvin was reported -
)Rftihe; name several years in Union and Bradford The guests for the evening were I Finance committee for the next I

'\'' as moved from thp county and counties, and has friends by the Mr. 'lnI11\olrs. J. C. Robinson, Mr. and ], three months( appointed as follows: The following farmers are equippedwith after expensed were paid the balance
from was given to the club house committee.
ls>>Tiame was ordered stricken score. Edward j Mrs. O. L. Beusley, Mrs. W. E. Davis
,, Mrs H. H. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Fordnon tractors and are so .
.' per roll.HPPctitikn :j I Mr. Thomas is a young man of Burns Mr. and Mrs. J. M.I' and Mrs. T. C. Morris. well satisfied with them till they wonder .

received from citizens of j worth and sterling character. He Mi'.chell, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Turner During the 'social half hour Miss how they ever got along without
*JJuker asking that Polly Fowler be the Bradford favored the H. II. S. NEW PUPILS
"I' ; graduated at High and Mrs. Nelle Hughes. / Iris Epperson company them. These Implement are a blessing
placed upon pauper roll and upon School and then attended the University with delightful instrumental music, not only to their owners but to
i her ordered placed on The Under the direction of I'rof. 1:1.11-:
Maid name o/ Florida. At the beginning of JUVENILE ARTISTS and selected Edison records. other nearby farmers.who can hire
;; roll at $1 per month. the World War he volunteered for hostesses served delicious light refreshments their heavy work done by tractor Dowling, thu Bradford High School
; motion the name of J. H.StKlson I and wafers U doing excellent work. During the
vjfv'iiUpon service and after training was made The Juvenile artists were delight- of fruit punch much- cheaper and much more Bulls-

ordered placed upon pauperwLxtw first lieutenant and sent to France,, fully entertained by Mrs. Nelle H. Mrs. J. M. Alvarez: will be hostess at factory than is possible with horse past few weeks thu following new pupils -

and be paid $5 per month. Where )he faithfully served his coun Hughes Monday afternoon from five the April meeting at the club house drawn implements. The names of have entered school.

//MtjjDiotary; public bonds of G. B. Col. try until the close of the war. On re to seven. I ut which time the C. of C. will also be these progresive farmers are: I.! Second gradi,Martha Itrownleu.
rod and W. T. McEver were present I Third grudd-Curtie Hutto, Billy
iJ turning home Lieut. Thomas was of entertained.
After a charming program piano I J. M. Truby II. L. Stevenson J. G.
.j|)).4 and approved. elected captain of the local military selections'and readings rendered Crews, M. F. Brown F.\ J. l'attee, W. I Ila,'ris.
.:$W At the request of citizens of Law- MRS. (; ENTERTAINED I Fourth grade-Orville and Alta
company. by the young artists refreshments of F.. Yarborough Drew Reddish, It. D.
wWjr, the, board recommended R. M. For the present Mr. and Mrs. Thom. punch and pound cake were served. AUXILIARY I II Bower, J. L. Underhill, Roy Edward, I Morgan.

|!!), Fracy:' of Lawtey, Fla., to'be appoint. I as are at home to their friends at his Those taking part in the programwere of Starke; J. S. Grincr and J. J. Lawrence fifth grudis. -Edna Hutton, Odla

;liedby; the governor as justice of the farm on the Kingsley lake road. Bonnie Canova, Lucile Mitchell,I Mrs. John Uglow entertained theLadies' of Brooklyn; A. E. Parker of Hirdee.
fe' peace for district No.1. of Bradford of the Presbyterian Sixth grudo-Sarah Kelly, Annie
I ; j The Telegraph extends congratu Patsy Brinson, .Hazel Adkins, Gussie Auxiliary Melrose; J. S. Howard ot Dukes;
Junty. lations and good wishes to the happy Mae Bennett Louise Peek Ruth church at her homo on Lafayette State Farm of Uaiford; W. L. Home Lnvell.
further business, Seventh Krad -Schelly I1utt().
being no
There ..,, street.
Ce"pie. Sternberg Lois Colley Margaret Louise James Reynuld, Graham
rd adjourned to meet the first I."v During the evening the ladies hem- ; Eighth' (fruile-Krma: Johns Eu-
Neff, Elizabeth Kendrick, and George Frank Jones Hampton; W. H. Edwards :
onday'in April 1123.\) GUESTS AT TilE CARD HOME I med twelve sheets to send with overseas Irene Henry.
and H. N. Abraham
I Inman. The other guests present were B. Perkins -
G. W. .ALDERMAN. Elizabeth Andrews Mary Canova, hospital supplies. of Lawtey. -The last named in Ninth gradu-Herbert Durden, Na- .
Clerk and Auditor. : Mr. and Mrs. John M. Weeks, of The Presbytery of this district will hUe Marcfonny Marjorie Houser.
Martha
Lucile Johns Inez Hodges, I a colored man, but for progressiveness -
Mexico Oswego county, N. Y., are meet in Starke April 3rd and 4th, and Eleventh: grade-Helen Hinson.
Powell Irma Johns, Loin Adkins, Fe- he Is not to be outdone by any
COMMENDED spending several days in Starke call committee was appointed
ADFORD MAN nella and Louise Snyder, Beatrice the following body.
i ing on their old friends, Mr. anti Mrs. to look after the entertainment of METHODIST CHURCH
FOR BRAVE ACT Johns, June Bullen Vivian Kite and The Fordson Is a powerfu I and
E. D. Card also looking some T. J. ledge t
over Mesdames
Ed Nelf, Jr.JACKSONVILLE. the delegate: tractable ally to the farmer. It work : -------
i real estate in Bradford county. Two es, II. H. Young, John U low, W. E. untiringly drawing plows, harrows, i Last Sunday morning at the clou

Patrolman S. T. Johns, of the Jack' years ago Mr. and Mrs. Weeks spent COMPANY Davis, J. M. Mitchell and Miss Mabel and logs and by means of of Sunday school Kev. J. B. Rooney

ville police force, one day last the winter in St. Petersburg; this BUYS STARKE PROPERTY Weller. belting wagon will run rnichinery. Roy Edwards baptized Emmett Key Perryman, Jr.*
ek in trying to arrest a drink- season Jacksonville has been their the beautiful little son of Mr. and
I' his tractor for hauliniflv
zed negro, who had shot two whiten headquarters. They intend to give That was a good report turned in I I 'RATH OF nil. II. HARRISDr. : to tines his mill, for runaLtr; the mill Mrs. E., K. Perryman. This beautiful

one fatally, had- a sanffjirary! Star! :, s cull ..;:.t season. 1 Wednesday afwuuuvn by Paul 1:. Ca the finished ceremony: took place In the presence:

ttle with the negro and had to kill I Mr. Weeks worked for Mr. Card 42 nova when he told a reporter for the --who- at one time and for hauling away Fordson. I of a large number of children and
H. Harris, was lumber. Great i III the
i In order to save his own life and years ago in the latter' camp cutting Telegraph that he had sold his farm rector of St. Mark's Episcopal church i I grown people. Sweet peas and yellow .

ose of others | logs. Mr. Weeks went to Oswego property two miles out on the San. died February 23rd in Alpine, Texas. I. jessamine were used as decors

This brave act has caused much county soon after and they have derson road to the Fidelity Invest- lie had been in failing health for CARD OF THANKS tlons: for this Impressive event.

favorable comment in Jacksonville not known of each other since, until ment Company, of Jacksonville, and and had been to Mexico At 11 o'clock Rev J. B. Rooney.
time
|d at the last meeting of the city he saw aa article in the paper saying that this company will sub-divide the some to regain his former health By this method we wish. to thank presiding. elder of the Jacksonville

luncil there one member proposed >that Mr. Card was in Starke, Fla. So tract' into small farms and put them but hoping the climate did not agree! with our friend who were so kind to u* district, preached to an attentive congregation

| give a reward of $IO( to Mr. John he came down from Jacksonville to on the market. The property consist him. However, he considered himself during the sickncs sand death of our his subject being "The

>e other member however, held meet. hrs old friend and was so well .of' 140 acres with something like 60 ; able to take charge of a church so loved one, W. O. Strickland. Two Path" At 7:30: In the evening
with Starke that hey decidedto acre under cultivation. The Consideration A.'0. Strickland and Family. an excellent -
at the council had no right to re- pleased the bishop lent him'to Alpine Texas, Rev, L. B. Simpson preached

jard officer* for deed performed inline remain for several days. They will was $8,500. and soon after reaching there the sermon.

of duty. But a resolutioni return to their home In Mexico about The chief public interest In the' suddenly. Harold Wall, W. A. Bessent, Jr., W. There will be Sunday school next >

passed commending his bravery April 1st. transaction centers in the fact that summon came here sympathize with J. Epperson, Jr., Charlie Johns Carl Sunday morning at 10, preaching at

d one member proposed a medaL We hope Mr. and Mrs. Weeks will the Fidelity Investment Company I Is Friends her bereavement.Dr. MnI'l Knight G.- {. Lewis, Herbert Ritch, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Epwortk
Harrii in great
I r Mr. Johns wa formerly a Stark come again and come to stay. .aid to be composed of a number of Mr. and Mr. N. Sternberg motored League 8:4;) p. m. Prayer meetlnrj -

laru: He I. a son of W. J. Johns of J" men of large mean, and that this I isprobably and.Ive and children, of : to: Jacksonville Sunday making the I'j' every Wednesday evening at 7:30. .t''

pi Ie city, and a brother of Mr*. B. M. Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick spent Monday only the beginningof, theiri Jacksonville motored here Sunday. trip by the way of Macclenny. I A cordial Invitation extended to aU.r ,

owHng., in Jacksonville. development work in this ,section.

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 9, I'I' t tt

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dodged just in time, receiving one --='.-
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OF -
FOLLOWING STORMING
; wound in his left hand. After shoot- t

ing through several windows in the ''I

PALATKA JAIL NEGRO RUSHED jail the mob beat a retreat, leavinga
fifty-foot ropo behind. II II'I

t Sheriff Hngnn ArrMen
JAACKSONVILLE FOR KEEPING '
Sheriff Pete Ilajfun, accompanied

by Deputy Brown, arrived in the city
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-AKTUIU JOHN&ON ClIAIKiKIJUUil the attack and. the mob had gotten into I ut noon and the the deputy was immediately II

:.Ml JCDl'-K uF II. t. CICOftS" i\\u 1' rd curs and a larger car and i I interviewed. Mr. Drawn -

I IN: GAINK.svJLLK I.\S1' SAI'cKI departed toward Gainesville The 1 stated that between 1 and 1 :30 o'clock II

>.\\ NIMH" ( *, liKOf<;irr 10 JALOlHJEi \ Palutkit sheriff said he had been 'this morning he was aroused by the l

\ ) JN UliVAL COLNfl: jjl"htJy hurt in the encounter. ringing! / of the door bell. The sher- THE UNIVERSAL CAR II
JAiL. Sheriff Ramsey immediately aroused i iff's home is built into the front of

his son, Deputy Beach, G. M. 'i tho jail and it is necessary to pass ;

Twelve Men, Employes'; of Stale Road Strickland, W. G. Richardson and I| through/ his house to get to the I
Department of Which Cruse: Was other officers and departed for the :''front door of the jail. lIe said that he

An Kmployp, Cnarged; With Pnlatk'i road. About ten miles out a jumped I I up, turned" the lights on in

.w Attack on I'ulalka Jail- cur passed them, traveling at a high '''his room and went to the door, r 'ueh- I
'I SheriifVulinded.. rate of speed, but it was not stopped, '''ing' it just behind the sheriff. The Four Reasons Why You

as thu sheriff did! not think the car I i sheriff snapped on the porchlight And
PS, Jacksonville, March 3._ Arthur had sufficient time to come from Pu- I I'opened the door, only to be confronted

Johnson, negro, alleged slayer of latka. At Grove Park a Ford tour- J by numerous pistols and shotguns./

I H. C.; Cross, of Albany; Ga., shot tot.'ath ing car passed ,1I at Gainesville last Saturday I' immediately turned his IIup around was too quick. He struck at his

night, and for whom a mob stormed I and started in pursuit. The flivver assailants, stepped back and slammed

! I the 1'altaku county jail Thursday was run down at Phifer and its oc- the door. As the door closed the men

night, was spirited hero early today I cupants taken into custody.The I commenced to shoot and the sheriff Car This Month I

, and Incarcerated in the Duval county officers then came back to received a slight wound in his hand

4i jail for safe keeping.Gov. I Gainesville split up and part sent to 'Mr. Brown says he ran to his room

C. A. Hardeo! telegraphed to guard: each approach to the city. One | for his rifle, but it was unloaded on e
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I Eighth Judicial Circuit Court Judge i party went out to guard the road account of the children in the house

t' A. V. Long last night ordering the from Orange Heights, believing that i lIe says he was standing in front of I

r s negro, brought here fearing u repetition one of the cars had detoured at Hawthorne : a'window loading/ his riifo and trying
d' rp of Friday night's attempt to and would come in that way. :I to keep tab on the men when a bullet .

f lynch the JJrlliol'\Sr. The supposition proved correct for i came through the window and shattered i. I

y Party Heavily Armed in a short time another Ford loomed I glass over his face, but not injuring -
Into sight Over 200 feet of hemp I him. Mr. Brown" said the men
Leaving 1'ulatka In an armed automobile ,
Chief rope was secured from the car, and ;: then ran for their cars and he thought .
ut 10 o'clock last night '
j t Deputy Sheriff M. Cannon of Putnam four men taken. into custody. Officers one man was badly injured becauseone The unprecedented demand for Ford cars throughout I'

' county accompanied by Deputy W. I. found a Dodgo touring car in frontof leave hollered him. to the others not to the winter months has t taken the entire output of the '!
the Gainesville house and identified lie said it seemed to him
Can-
Alintun and ; J. 13.
JI'ecluIDeputy:
non, son of the chief deputy, the party it as the car they had passed like the whole occurcjicc transpired Ford plants working at capacity, indicating that the II

arrived hero at 2 o'clock thin morning.! on the Palatka road. As a result j'Iii I about twenty seconds. He said demand this will be far in of the number f
I I I Spring excess
Great secrecy was attached to the of this practically every man that the men departed In two Ford touring ,I
worked on the state road department'I I cars and another car of larger size. of Ford Cars that possibly be built.
removal of the negro here, Chief I can
i Deputy Cannon said, they quietly and roomed at the Gainesville house':[I An investigation of the jail revealedseven \j II
was taken into custody and lodged in pistol holes. I
the hanjculied
clipped negro, into a
clobed automobile from the rear entrance Jail. It in understood that eighteen I I A telephone] message from Palatka r
men were placed in jail. Only one this
of thu prison in 1'alutka and morning stated that Judge Long
within a few minutes they were speed- pistol and two shotguns were taken!'I had left for Gainesville and it was II. I

ing towards> Jacksonville from the cars Intimated that a special session of I

Thu trip was made in four hours I, the /grand jury might be called in I
and nothing eventtul happened en- Palatka, March Warrants were I i Palatka. It is believed there that one I
4 route, tnu thief deputy declaied. They sworn out here. late this afternoon for I: of the mob wa shot as blood was January was the tenth consecutive month in which retail I'

ti were forced to detour a short distance > I Chesley fowler, Robert Turner, M. A. found in'front of the jail. j I deliveries exceeded i 100,000 Ford Cars and Trucks. '
Heaven V. A. Cowan C. E. Smith C.
out of St. Augustine which de- I Prosecuting Attorney Crews is 111.1 I
:
II L. Acusta, John )Uaumgartner, W. T.: Requirements for February the month when preparations
layed thu party about half an hour. so in Gainesville and it is understood ,
'Not familiar witn the city Chief Gore, L. J. Bryan, G. V. O'Neal, Russell > ;:!: that he was ordered here to make I already under for Spring business called
are ,
White and A. II. Davis charging I way
I Deputy Cannon drove to the city jail a thorough investigation of the cases
them with assault with intent to murder for 148,407 Cars and Trucks-more than 24,000 in I
by mistake. There he was joined by I Nineteen Arrested
u policeman and directed to the firing into an occupied dwelling I I
county
house and conspiracy to commit fel- Gainesville, March 2.-Nineteen men excess of the number we can possible produce.
jail. The automobile was parked I II
ony, as the result of an attack made I I wereartcsted near hero early today
u block away from police headquar- '
I by sheriff's, forces following telc-I v
on thu Putnam county jail at 1:30 this !; I''
tern hidden in dark the I
a spot, officers 1
morning in an attempt to secure Arthur phono message from Hagnn, tell- I
making every movement in I i ing of the attempt to take ,the II I
Johnson, negro, alleged slayer : negro
t'' secrecy. :.Met the !'arty.i I of Ii. C. Cross, of Albany, Ga., who I i| from jail. Seven subsequently: were 111. I
I was believed to be confined in the realesed when Sheriff Hagan failed to
Before leaving police headquarters jail. I identify them. Late today another I i
( to go to thu county jail, Assistant
All of the employes of the man was arrested on cicumstantial Ford dealers
men are in of the
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Jailer Gcorgu 1'. Stewart, received a j I evidence but SrWiff many parts country are already
state road department at Gainesville, Hagan has not
,, telephone call. He met the party ut II
I| and are the twelve identified by sheriiff seen! him. finding it necessary to specify future delivery: dates on
the jail door. The negro was> dock-
P. M. at Gainesville today I Cross, of the state road
Hitgan an employe Ford Products because there stocks
t_ eted and then lodged in an individual are no reserve to
l I Following the attack twenty-one em- department here, was shot to deathin !
veil: on the third tloor of the prison.
I I gloves) of the department were arrested a store last Saturday night by a I II draw from.
"They can't get him here, Cnief
.' !but only the twelve named negro, believed to have been the one .
Deputy Cannon remarked 118 he was
.
identified the sheriff and he brushed against the street
r. leaving the jail. I were by on a I
Deputy Brown. short time before. Johnson later was
Johnson was extremely nervous and I
Tho twelve men will be drought to I arrested and held for the killing. lIe j \
continuously smoked cigarettes. Ills '
t I Palatku tonight or tomorrow morn- was< spirited away from the Gaines- (
hands were released from the cuffs IV.
ang and will be arraigned/ to await villu jail Sunday after officers had expressed : .
dot by Deputy Minton when he was i
r the ,.action of the /grand jury. None fear of mob violence.
into tho
brought county jail.
I of them it is said., residents of '
"' lire Advices from PuiiitKa were that
1 hanks, the negro said as the I
t hunduulfs dropped from his wrist, Alachua county, but were employedby warrants would be Issued for the Your order placed now will protect you against delayor

"1 feel better now," he stated and the road department mObtly us men held here on charges of attempt' later -: Iii'
disappointment It the
roal! week that I on is only
drew a long breath. truck drivers on tho to commit afelony, assault with in- j I way you can

Chief Deputy Cannon refused to is being done in that county. 'I tent to murder and shooting into a be assured of reasonably prompt delivery.
I The attack tho jail made here I
on dwelling. The bonds were fixed late
discuss/ the negro's statements to the j j
authol'iUt.'s'sinn his incarceration. "I this morning, the third in the last today by Judge Calhoun, county ,
two years was attended by great ex- judge of Putnam in which !'
county,
r feel better now that he's in thu Duval I 1
-- county jail," the chief deputy declar citement, as a fusilade of thoU continued I A. S. Crews, prosecuting: nlto'.,(>y j

ed. "I know thu prison here is strong for some time, until the attackers I here, telling hm; of his .net I on. II II
were finally routed. Sheriff Hagnn was shot :'n -e left 1l
enough to ward olf any attempts to
1 I
get hun." The mob reached! Palatka shortly hand after he had struck one of the I We consider it important to give you these facts so
q
and authorities said ,
after midnight members of the mob over the head
Johnson was arrested a short time I if
9 after thu homicide. lIe was lodgedin ,, they did fifteen not think it They was composedof went to with a pistol! that if you are planning to purchase a Ford Car, I
men.
over
the Gainesville jail. When fears, :
were expressed for his safety he :. the Putnam county jail. No Worms In a neoiltiy Child Truck or Fordson Tractor for use this Spring or '

was removed to tho Palatka jail. IliawaeieabouU i!, When sheriff Hagan opened tho jail ,\chlb'icn$ troubled, with Worm have '*i lIlI-
door he divined thu nature of the visIt b"'uithy" tole..wlikh., kadtcattfa pea 1 hi. Mt.oma! 'm Summer you can list order at and
your take ad-
wero kept secret for a I 1 t'llo. tlurti I lift more tries I :* tomb .u ..'l'4.tc... i iI once
there
few diys but finally u mob learned and,slammed Immediately I GROVES TASTELESScitru. "(.,,11' s.v, '",!II' ,I' t
Thursday was n fusillade of shots, fifteen penetrating I Marlur two or three weeks mil' ear" I i. hi >d. vantage of our dealer's first opportunity make de
he was confined there! and .. .,.. to
the door and the sheriffASHRIN" tmprovethedllteetlnnand actae. | < .t. j
.
.
night an attempt was made to lynch II ..."lnI2Tnniotntll..hol..I.n'. '" ** ... 'n I livery. .
him. -- ------ <'""wnr"dl.rnlth8worn.; < II.' rnlaDTt"th ,
p : _.... PliMMulNose !
Because of the intense feeling in I

Aluchuu and Putnam counties: against I I I''

the negro, it walt feared an attempt I I'I
would be made again last night to "Bayer" and Insist! !I
lynch him. Governor Hardee wash j stopped up? I
Ford l
communicated: with by Judge, Long. I MEN HVLA1UM Motor Company II
A short tuna afterwards ho ordered

tho negro hurried to Jacksonville. ,, quickly clears it.

I Chief Deputy Cannon .declared he Detroit, Mich. 11 11II
believed the nineteen men held at II I

Gainesville; following the attemptto I "'--- IIII
lynch Johnson would be moved to the I .

ah Palatka jail today. i Ii
/ After leaving tho negro in the 1886

I county jail Chief Deputy Cannon and J. W. ANDREWS Jr. II i

c his party did not atop in Jacksonville II
1, but only for a few minutes and got DAVISINSURANCE I i
:i lunch at a West Hay street restaurant I s Authorized Dealer !

and then began their trip back j I t'nUwn you nre the name "Bayer" on. ,I

?,{ to Palatka, expecting to reach there ,) niu'kujrw the or genuine on tablet Jtnyvr you product nn not getting pre- Lincoln Ford Fordson I II

by daylight. arilMtd. by, physicians over twntytw
a I ytwra' Ami proved safe by millions furColds I .. STARKE, FLORIDA !

Ramsey. on the Job. ITtailncho STARKE t tJ.
..Gainesville, March 2.-Shortly af.1 j Toothache Lumbago I' i J.I

t\ ter 1 o'clock this morning Sheriff l Faracho Pain RheumatismNeuralgia Pain I
1 Ramsey was aroused by the telephone I' --
Tablot of Aspirin1 I
I and told by'Sheriif Hagan of Palatka, Accept "Bayer
that a mob had attempted to storm only.proper Each ilin-ctionn.unbroken Handy package hovel contain, of 666 A Small Deposit and Easy Payments if DesiredI

II tho,Putnam county jail to secure a twelve t'oot few (cent. Drujrgitta -
feels
prisoner that he had been broughtI) alolO \ htttlre of 24 and 100.
Ram-1 t Aspirin i Is. the trade mitrk of I layer Is a Prescription for Cold. Fever and
t here for safekeeping/ by Sheriff Manufacture of MorKiaeptloncKN.-lcr of LaGn'ppe. It'* the moat speedy remedy I ,
He stated that he had withstood
ney. Sa1i..Ucucld.kt know
t .j' we preventing Pneumonia .

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FRIDAY, MARCH 9. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEfiRAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA PARK TIIItEH

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);:: CwmmmClIDI1I.W.COCIWCIIIII11111C1:1t1r.muDCI1OORDcnwmtnm! : ( turned homi- with his son, -G: ro:1:) puratlon of the forms is offered at the lag the load cured the load hags.

5 S I wl out in automobile: on tho trail .once of Collector of internal revenue Capt. )huuntleroy believes the flelit

News of Florida in Short / I ,if the trnl Driving by turns, day D. T. Gerow, Jacksonville, .Ha., and of freighting: / truck In competition

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State : rapidly 0" the I flll Iti"I''s. but al'rlv..11 crisarolu, Miami and l'eyVest;: Fla.: hose i forms'of "" ".\ lIe which I the railroad -
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Live e : Ii ill New ," nlv: just a few hours after --'----- -- --- can not effectively give. The.

they hail I ikon 1 passage for n..rll11I1I1.'I'hl' OVEIiLI.tDEl1'RCt'IS.tRB rapid tnumpoitation of light good of
'. '.---" %wnArsesowwx.xk1S, .... IIGSTUOIINU: RO.\ >HOne
: ; I aid of the police here was enlisted 1 eiisiUilile nature i ill best handled by

Told 6> Our Exchanges."w : l. and news came by cable last the truck hu thinks Particularly U,

I night/ that his daughter" and the young day a heavy truck started out this true ot rut, vegetable and poultry \ -
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i+:CmOlOItiCmBllIIdlBtiSL;: ; /t0fJ3" 'WWIo 1C01L7BIIDIIIttID1QC1D61' I < gypsy wtubeing held in Bermuda.' from Boston over the main highway 4>roUuct The short haul belongs

The largest week of Rales of real wide. The i : ; ._- ,- -- --- sit carried ufull loud. If anything it to the truck.) But it is uneconomic to ,

htute ever to be had in Miami oc- id mahogany. It :MOB REPULSED STORMING: ; JAI]- was overloaded. In the course of u attempt heavy freight by truck in t

red last week. One day alone cert torntho TO GET NEGRO detour through country district of loaipt'tition with tho railroads. It

700,000 worth of property changed looks to be 100 about twelve miles that truck caused not only destroys the highways, but h
Sheriff: IIrtno"It'n! Away Eighteen: havoc to graveled roads! and. twenty railroads
ads.ot I According to the I a pins Limo progressively y.
I Arrested. two culverts arid! bridges. The damage
,I this one was new out of business. Incidentally it doer
, DeLand tourist camp made a new or more. It is in WitS estimated by the Massachusetts this through taxing the railroads, as e

7 cord this year. People( from thirtye and is for sale I'alatklllurch! 2.-eighteen em I commissioners of highways at hats otten been noted! before, to maintain -

states visited its camp, a total play it. l ployes of the state road departmentare $12,000 for thut one! trip of that one the highways on which the competitors
)" I II truck. Damage at the rate of $1,000
amber of 2,500 during the IIUSCm" I I lodged in the Aluchun county jail [ opciale.Tumpa Tribune.fELlGnAI'Ii's .
automobiles. today on charges of having attemptedto per mile per truck ,per trip would probably -
Hth 633 I I 11issoyrtis; [ () I I be the maximum damage from
storm the Putnam ,
1 county jail ut ,
: : : ; 1IONOU:/ ROLL
Meade
! was trucks. But tho instance illustrates
Palatka heavy -
this but who
ot' early morning
"
"f', |The average annual production phosphate mine lieut-n the possibility of the truckin -
'' rpentine in Florida is 120,000 burIs of a mile east of : wore off by Sheriff Hagun.'ihirtein destructiveness to road not constructed :\111111'11 of '1 hose \\ hi> Paid i l Subscript ,

; average rosin per annum, 390- lost control of 1 wore captured in autonwblessupposedly for truck travel Tho instance I lion DuriiiK February
from the
barrels. Not loss than $0OOU ran over an retreating steno Is taken; from an article in the
and live others
taken into
day drips from our pine tree in foot depth of liaincRville were custody Texas Highway Bulletin by Capt. J. Harvey White, MrV.. T. Mal- r
in on suspicion.
: miner.N I recovered four OlTK'CH at first announced only 11 Fauntleroy! state highway engineer phurs, K.: J. Lewis, J. K.: Clrillls, B. V.Ucutroo .
I' be shipped to I of Texas .1. ('. Cone, A. M. Blum-hard,
of the nub were captured. They also
N I Chus. J. Curry, on whose property She was employed | : stated they' believed now the I In Marylund I Captain Fauntleroy .1. O. lloyd, F'. A. Scott, U. \V. !\InaQ- I

Key West oil was reported discov- the Mine and \ i i sought was Arthur Johnson allegedf.layer nl'groI says, tint estimates' are) that the $i>00001) ( ,- ley, D. J T. Byrd, !Mrs. Frank A. Bryan,

rcd lust week has been offered the of Mulberry I of F. L. Cross, truck driver for ) damage done to a single highwaywas I"+. M. Witt 1.:. i'. Duncan J 11. Mc- I .

rotation of a $100,000 syndicate to I I the rural departmenbinstead) of Law- due to the overload on trucks Culley1, Gl.... A. Andreu W. M. Peek,
gin drilling for oil in thirty days [ whose owners saved! nn aggregate of :Mrs. U. U. Itrnwn, Mrs. W. A. Colley,
) All previous iL'iii'e. The 1 IK men in jail wore work-
i has been announced. / I I $1(1,000( by overloading. The Slate of L. C. I'owcll Mrs. It. I K. nahllgl1l1. K.D. .
by last Monday's j ing on the roads of Alachuit county.
Maryland[ thought' it would be meH'1t I Strickland A. I D Andrews, Irvin
merit from Plant William Lee I'opham, the oyster just to cause those shippers to buy Dynl, Mrs Ben Johns Hill Adams, J. rs'A.
the wounding
trams carried out jail, the shenlF inthe.
iing of Apalachicola, we understand hand. more trucks to the extent of $1(1,000({ ) llunuiue, Dr. U. L. Hay: lies, J. 1".
of berries lust Thu shci'ilf hlainmod the
IIII1S to plant 10,000 acres of his fertile (and load them less heavily) than lo Colley, W. A. Dubtisi;, W. C. Harris
door wh.-ii the crowd
,
begun shooting
is !
$10,2
Franklin county land to Sutsu- growers I the make the t LIt XIUl.'I'rK stand\ the loss of II. I). Wnsdin, C'. C. McCall, O. J. r
through doors and windows.
Many
more
nas just as rapidly us lie can secure rebuilding a $000,000 highway. So C.riMln; W. J. irillln/ A. J. Finluy, II.
A telephone to the Alachuu -
shipped by 1 message
l>o trees and says the plantings will state agents: uiu on Maryland' hiiihwny.s P. fiaincy W. Hodden, Oscar Vuii
I' authorities after mob
there ) ,
fact that county a
enlarged until probably 100,000 / to wi'inh' heixily lorded! trucks.If le\'i"v"l'I'.1. 'I':, I'onwny, II. D.) Johns, I
Tin which had l attempted to entrance
fri, eratol's. j gam
res will be planted. I I the load is over the maximum which II. It. keni, I II.) '1'. I'nmhy, i H.: 11. Carter -
I to the jail hero at an early hour thU
iy crop so j
the road will safely bear, the excos's Drew UeddiMh, D. L. Silcox J. A.
ed to the growers morning, retreated resulted in 11, of
air the truck right there and J. McKinm'y S. J. Norman LenthaU
There was an uummoDilu moving thoir number beillIIl'l'I'stc.1 and comes i
to Florja, from\ every state in the lodged in jail. /: is 1I 1I'kl'lllll, tho Hide of the roiul. The Wyinuii L. O. 1I.. ell, J. II. Moore, T.

nion except four on Jun. 24th ac- A friend of A special grand jury is expected truck driver is I third and compelled, logo J. Mooie, I. W. Andreu, J. K.l Adkinn, w

.; rding to trallio report made pub- in a clipping to meet to consider charges of assault on without his excess load.! The result :Mrs. Jane Croft Mrs. Ida Maxwell! ,

c by the State Road Department Daily News of ] with intent to kill, shouting into is that :Maryland roads! arn't being '1'. It. Pinholsti-r, S. L. Prescott, Mrs.
' it is stated that IOIl(I". Dump A. o.! Dudley, Dry Reddish.
{i I' verinlC the check by its representa- 't an ocupied building and conspiracy to destroyed by excess ;

.+1 es of twenty-three stations troujrhthe quarts of commit n felony which authoritiessay ------
,' t State. This was the first ime ceived in that i I will be lodged against them.

. has made such check.I from Plant City, I). A. MORRISON.Jr. J
. department a 11 of the eleven are white Lion. HAROLD HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS
't' local market at $1 j Prmid.nl Vlo.Pr.iiil.ml S... A. !>....
I Tho mob owlied Pul-irka: shortly

I From two to four carloads of strawberries states that j after midnight! nn.. authorities said Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
[ have been leaving Wauchula the appearance :
they did not think it was composed of
daily the past week The first of and that the over fifteen men. They went to the Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

f t... week the prices ranged around probably appear Putnam county jail where Lige Lawrence i i Prompt Shipment '
.lM cents for berries delivered few days. .
, a quart negro was lodged for safe I
'', at :the shipping: platform but heavy keeping. Lawrence was brought hereafter Ask your neighbor--lfa )|
Get New Fall price list Before Buying; '
from various South Florida ,
shipments Joseph S. Crawford Smith a white mun,

points has caused a decline in prices..jtr"itrs. from Strasburg had been shot and killed in a place E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla, '1 ,

drowning in the of business conducted by Lawrence.It .

,.: Conception Briaula' a widow southeast from was alleged that Kd: Lawrence, a

""ed 52 years, living at 802 Abdella ter of a mile brother of the negro in jail here, did . .-.. .
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[street, West Tampa, committed sui- ida lighthouse, I"1 the shooting. - P----
A .
flide Tuesday afternoon, by shootingliersclf told by B. W. l When Sheriff Hagan opened the I ol.:"_ .,..:\;': -

:". in the right temple. Mrs. here today. jail door he divined the nature of the I

Sruisuelu had been sick for a long his own life when visit and slammed it. Immediately i iI
time and it is believed by her rela- I I I 8Jrj
i the two men thorn was u fusiludo of shots, l
'JWvcs the despondency over her con- sized: by I /: tho door and the sheriff I /; !
? caused her to take her life. I '
<'4iUou torboat in which (I dodged just in time receiving one !.
r I trip from Miami. wound in his left hand. Tho mob I

'i'OTi\fificen FiveJapuneso members of, who a party claiin of:to twent have). employed in a I behind.then retreated leaving a 50 foot rope I R.U A B 6 tJ\T1' '1'1 i iI

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rive aliens smuggled into this country, Ashley Cox, a Tho ALirhuu: Muthoriti t were noli-! I ........... I"' /\. I II
yr' y way of u sparsely settled section gro of : lied and 11 men were arrested and --. /
.f the Gulf coast near Carrabelle, '' I ;.. .. .: ,..-:
k r. liceman S. T. lodged: in jail. ;'w I. }" ..-.. ;;
' ..where they were !landed: Monday ter he had run J'f.' ... ... ""
t('sight, aro in tho county jail hero toUy shooting and I'OU! INC'011h'l'AX. : 1'\nmH 1; -- 't'r- .. '; -..;>/ -
.. F
,
I'
; awaiting advices a3 to their dis- ing two white v

'; [Million by the federal! authorities. j I'' was shot while Tho following abatement is Issued, r 7 7l '

his home where by Collector of Internal Hevenuu D. : rfI\ \

, : Putnam county commissioners are his pipe. The T. Gerow. \ .:
\\\l 1. -3
|'zpected to call an election at their left side and Did you receive alimony during the I F' '
ext meeting to veto on $700,000 for his body. 'I year 11>22? Were you Buccusful in u H Ufa L I I trl"
':
. good roads bonds and $373,000 worth a bullet aimed at breach of promise suit entered against;, .

\ .f bonds for the construction of a shot punctured a former admirer .

r oncrete, bridge across the St. Johns ped on the back. I, l'ersonul questions very, but Important -

,)river at Palatka. The bonds for hard 1 j at the county I to those to whom they apply ........
roods will be a district affair, but the ,I removed. in' the preparation of an income tax
). 'tote for' the bridge bonds will be for !I II I return for the year l'J22.! i ".r1}A .

I ijthe entire county. I What is Amounts received as alimony are t I .,1ol

I' l largest sales of not taxable income. Such payments tZil ,oQ _'( -1 269(

. Six stowaways, one a* 20 year-old i the present I I. do not have to be included in the Income dt.-.;a

,woman, were taken from the German in Valdosta by tux return of the person receIving ,, '

fit freighter Wilhelm Hemsoth when she !l oley, who has I them nor may they be deducted -l., .,i" F.O.D DETROIT

!+-t .docked at Jacksonville from Hamburg.: tely 21,800 acres : I from tho gross income of the person I I ...vI,, ;,:..e ,

J.t The woman, Tohoma Murman, was I Hernando and paying them. In this respect payment I

attired in a light percale' dress, and ,' something over of alimony may be likened to a i / 'A Still Belter Runabout
, I I
' anl'
'- a raincoat. She was bare headed were sold to the personal, or living expense, which is

carried no baggage. None of the stow'I tate' Company I not deductible However, a woman : I /T Nothing like the present low price for

''ways was able to speak English arid nando county, who ha* won breach of promise cane, : / the Ford Runabout has ever been i
it was not possible to learn from what|' that the property or has accepted out of court a settle
known. And for Ford of
even
of they came. heart balm must include the a I
part Germany large Indiana ment as ,
,
l ,
: II merit with slanting] wind-
onization work amount in her income tax ruturn. The greater ,

There is a piano at Sampson. City dotaKe this Bureau of Internal revenue has ruledin l shield, one man top, additional carry- I

eight feet long and about' four feet ida for the first <<; ; such cases that the amount received : I I ing space in the rear and distinct
"is not to be regarded us a returnof
.. improvements in chassis construction.
l I II. capital, since the benefits of which

4. the injured party was deprived were Salesmen accept this Ford model as an
merely anticipatory". i I
! essential part of their selling equip-
Members of a labor union may deduct .
ment business houses buy it for their
MOTHER! MOVE us a business expenae dues paidto ;
;
!( such oganixations during the year i'I' representatives and hundreds of

IM'2'2. A member of a labor union I .thousands of other users will find

Wb.! .., while stiikluk. : out W'ji'kiu*, receives '
it still attractive
a more purchase
CHILD'S BOWES payment from an organizationmust 1'1
: ; include in his income for the I tK. than ever.Immediate.
I
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such items.
year y orders are necessary if you
The who in 1U22 received
s damages taxpayer for defamation of personal I are to get your Ford this Spring. A

"California Fig Syrup'Child's is character need not include in his return I I \ small down payment and the balance v

; such amount, inasmuch as it has on easy terms. I
been held to be non-taxablo income. I r
Best Laxative ford Arks kaff MWT fern a far :
The revenue act specifically exempts I ,..., sae 4y Aa awrl..s...AIor'
amounts received through accident or
--- : ; under workmen's I I i iI
JreD if croM, feverish, bilious constipated Millions of health insurance or I I
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or full of cold children love Fig Syrup" III''' compensation acts as compensation for J.Y.. ANDREWS. JR., HRALKKLINCOLN :
the "fruity" taste of "California Fig spoonful today personal, injuries or illness. plus any I I
Syrup." A tfa p son the liver and bowola.( In a few "California Fig: STARKE. FLORIDA 1 t
hours you can sir. for yourself how tlon for habicii agreement in such cases. !
thoroughly It works all the. souring; printed. on t>ottl... I To avoid penalty, returns should be

Jowl and nasty bile out of the stomach" say "California" I Idled on or before midnight of March I I _. _-- dJ
and bowels and have a well, playwl imitation fig .1r the =
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T to the Telegraph last week, stop before artisans and scientists of.the present county 2$ years ago, where he engaged I I en in Florida, in fact it will be one of Old City's Pride.

1Ii i Lcunty Icgraphi coming to a grade crossing and Egypt, or of all the world are unableto in farming until the past two or the greatest days that Florida has!,I The pride nf lllt'he Is Its citn
c. ascertain that it is safe to go on. A produce what was wrought by those .three years, when he and his wife ever known. i i: mil. from which there I H n view that

1 law tt> compel such caution would be workers of thousands of years ago. have been living with a son in Jack- At 12 noon the barbecue and basket DO 1ty In the world cnn match It ',,,10

Published weekly and entered as as futile as the law against burningthe The arts and sciences in which the sonville. picnic ji'ill take place and such a feastas era alninst sheer ItuuiJritU .,r lea

nrrurtd class! matter at the post woods. The only hope for safety artisans excelled still continue, but Funeral services were conducted at Branford has prepared-from reports U(>OT' '' the St. f.a wr..n on one 'a

nlTice: at Starke. Florida. ,( I is, that the railway companies haveat not in degree, of prefcction, in very the home of his son, Wash, Monday received it is something awful '' and the city\\1,1.'on and the sudden other gi ,, ?

i .. -= crossings watchmen in the small I,1uay I instances, as they were known morning and burial was at Dyal cem- preparing and cattle VlHlnn tt r 'II'rh..r
=:: -- -- I the way they are and forcxt arid perish and; >
i e.F:.. ". 't.\nil F.WoF.dUnr unit Owner as well u* in the large towns. The and applied in the days of Egypt's etery, near Raiford, later in the day. slaughtering to supply the mul- '' our lIP. I.nlr..tttl'is. tilt

public would- have tJ pay for it, anyway greatness. ;, The services at the house and cemetery I titude on March 8, and the pies and

and this extra burden would not Not only has Egypt's great artistry were conducted by Rev. Rhoden I the other good things to eat which the NOTICE
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1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Ibe I felt to any great extent. been lost, likewise its scientific knowledge of Baker county. I Branford bunch have aranged tur will Notice la hereby given that wt ni'A'

I --- but also nearly all of its The deceasell.1eaves a devoted wife, ilurc and, ncoura, the pamaue n the I? '..
-. agricultural I two multitudes, so brother, if of Florida to 'be convened In the y,n illttS \
f OCR: PUBLIC SCHOOLSOur and horticultural knowledgeand daughter and five sons to mourn his supply a bill to empower authorlitand .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I not in Branford March 8, you direct the board of county cum !
skill, whereby the rich and boun- departure to the great beyond: Mrs. you are of Bradford county. Forlda. to levy 3

' I Per Year '_____________________$2.00 public schools! How few of us tiful production of tile famed valley Lem Sapp, Champ, Bradley, Otis and I I are going: to miss "the time of your :'tat Brndfurd upon county all tho, for taxable the nurpaeknri property ",..

l nfu-r all, really appreciate their importance of the Nile was distinguished above Dewey Green, of Jacksonville, and life. i to Union county.-Forlda! the sum of 11\ fj|'
f i I fiO far {ita ahem of the county j
) I pri .QIi ;
The sorriest crowd record in our civic organism! Undoubtedly that of any other place on earth. But Wash Green, of Lawtey. iI i, Bradford county Florida an the Nnm .1.
on was hey are the largest single ''ed pror to October" :. 11121. and n'.
y that composed of about 15 men, the ]people lost their incentive,, their I I iho payment of the proceed realized '"I'I
factor making for the realization of cunning, or whatever it was, that had PROGRAM: COII'LEEDBUA."t'ORD: I such tax to Union county Florida :j
f which made a childish attempt to I ratify and confirm the arts, atrrcfnun
ft our ideals as a nation and for our enduring CELEBRATIONAll Thn"! Thoujjiit.Ot I I .". 'nA
storm Palatka jail the other night. placed them above every other nation.A I' nunlutluni of the board of County m.Ji
greatness the thrift habit--tho brand thrift i, iiloniin. the amniior of late and the ,ut|
writer in a current magazine recently I I of ald Bradford county ,
They ran like scared rabbits on the lector made K..
I I In saying this I am not forgettingour has said that "Until the Egyp- Northern and Western Florida habit, now ; prnctlco It thcviKlitful'y; 1 rd. pureed dono or performed. by thin, ,?
approach of the siierifr, but vented churches and Sunday schools. wnstonot IhclltiliIlilnKs!! : Iml) the Joy ,her of them In an effort to auree U\\> ,. I uquidute
tians started to build the pyramids Lend Endorsement Suwannee | and p.y Maid Indebtedneng of' it,
their windows which
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spleen on some Rather, I am taking for granted their far River Project. that a Broulnit lii.uk account brings; I[ on under the lrrmn and pravlniunii{ of i '?
they were along the road to
they shot to pieces. Outwitted and on Invest your' mitlng wifely und profltnbly H62U, Law of Florida 11)21, Volum ".,
energizing influence exerted on oar civilization that I thircof and Chapter H616. Lawa of PWlt ,
; if they had applied but forget
scared they were later fired from their remember tomorrow .
a ; \ Volume One thereof;; and to t
schools, and am insisting simply that themselves to the construction of damn That all Northern and Western not today ; spend foi the, things that and nit fy the tat levy of Bradfordn> a

FloridiansJ'i ; our schools afford the best point of and systems of irrigation, instead of Florida has awakened to the fact that i lust and find tinMcrft of the, broader KloHiln.: pursuant made to for..ld'I.ueh_purpose.. for the inllitf'J /

J' things would have turned out in a contact with the great mass of our the erection of great stone monu- it l la important to have the famous j I thrift Unit. inn'ti'' for bettor ]living. It I This the 8th dav. E.of KNIGHT.E. ..a..It .A. D. 1023D. .
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different people for the imparting of the ments, their their descendants of today Suwannee River improved and made Is the only thrift worth while a. MATTHEWS. 8.Y-80 doe!

way. things indispensable to the malting of and for centuries past, would navigable is being evidenced by the I

TilE "AUTOMOBILE: good citizens, and to tho building of not he beggars in the land once so enthusiasm over the celebration which
MEND"rl ;
y1 I a truly great and enduring nation. 1 bounteously productive, so far advanced will be at Brandford on March 8. I -

The killing of people by trains, Our public schools are the most in those things that make for civilization The first Boatcade ever run in the GENERAL INSURANCE

I while democratic institution in our land. of the higher order. United States will leave Cedar Keyon
they are crossing grades in
' their automobiles, is a daily occur Here all races and classes meet and This is the voice that speak from the morning of March 7, and will INMAN & RITCH
mingle. With inevitable compulsory arrive; Branford that There
the tomb of the departed king-warn at evening.
rences in state and the
every as au-
. cidents will also increase. That auto attendance laws, this will become 100 ing of the fate that befell Egypt, the guests will be entertained by the FiRE. LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE/ I

I per cent true, so far as the citizens of Branford Band Concertsby
young warning not to forsake the
tomobiles innreasa In number, the ac- us ways Located in building! of E. A. Slrcut Farm Agency Office cite 14
. people are concerned. Logically, then, of useful industry and worthy enter- Williston's Levy county famous
drivers will take lesson from what
, a
Hours Every Day.
has already happened and become our schools must bo the center of all prise. It is a warning that needs to Band. I

efforts to imbue with American idealsall this At 9:30 the Lake and
more careful is not alas to be he heard tn twentieth century, : Perry, City STARKE FLORIDA
expected ,
We never hear of one of the who enjoy the ]protection and the lst we fall as fell Egypt, and become WillistoA Bands will combine as one ._' 'I'

thousand salesman and other favor of our flag.v beggars in the land where now is and give a band concert intermingled '
many
business How important, then, that diligent enough for all our needs and much t men, who travel by automobiles am b\i!:\: 1i; f
r being hurt. They are protest effort be made to have only worthy spare for all the needy world besides. nee River song will be sung and played

t iciontls teachers in charge! That more mon- Times-Union. with such enthusiasm that th-
and they take
never unnecessary -
ey be devoted to equipping school- I rvhores will resound. In fact it will be
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risks; they leave that for and paying teachers. Then insisting Ir demonstration r I Ib
the amateurs to do. roms! I IN MEMOKIAN] I l a Suwannee River day-a -
that all who aspire to teach J which will show that the citizens
A man may be too lazy to get un- I II I
hall attain into necessary standardsin realize the importance of this famous
der cover during a shower of rain, I Tho sad news was circulated, over
knowledge and practice.
but as soon as ho enters an automo- the community last Friday morning, project.At .

y -bile tits speed demon takes possession Hut while we are waiting for that February 23, when it was> learned, 10 a. m. the speaking program t
better day to come, let us make the
will start and from
prominent men k
of hm; and all ha thinks of is speed. that Charles Tranklyn Johnson had
best possible use of the facilities we all over the state will be there to .,
Years when riding bicycles bd- met his death, by a freight train
)i ago have. For, after all, the greatest lack tell us the advantages of having the
Clime common, tho "bicycle fucti" was having run over his body. That was Carload of Big Bananasand. l i
in our school work today U the lack Suwannee River improved and made
developed. Now the "automobile the saddest day that the citizens: of
of co-operation on the :part of the navigable. Thev will toll us how thIs
K t has witnessed. We
mind"! has come into existence. A man Hampton ever
drives an automobile five to ten times parents with the teachers. And that know that it was the works of God, improvement will benefit this whole Red i.
evil we can remedy right now, today, section-how we will be able to mar Large Apples 1
C as fast as a pesdestrian can walk, and who knows the whys and wherefore'sof I .
if will. And unless it
remedy
we we ,
ket our products in the westtheywill
a through a psychological quirk, a min- all things that took that innocent I I II .
the better of schoolrooms
equipping also tell how the western markets : -
from midst. His death .
ute seems to him as long as live or youth, our I I
t and the better qualified teachers can will be in a position to take shipments '
ten minutes does to a pedestrian. A was instantaneous, therefore freeing On the siding at depotSTARKE I
do little to improve the work of
very to us by boat which has hereto
him of the painful of death
freight train a quarter mile long, run- pangs ,
our schools. Parents, patrons, will
fore been
impossible on account of excessive
. nning at the rate of fifteen miles an which the average parson suffer. We
not do this? It is such a reason-
you freight rates and after all
hour, requires a minute for passing feel that his soul is at rest, yet it is
able thing to ask of in behalf of '
you this line of talk Branford has arranged
hard to from him and that
a certain point. An auto driver races so part I
i those whom you love more dearly for the barbecues givI i
t ... up to a grade crossing, sees a train than do lives. And happy 'smiling face will always be biggest ever
you your own
coming, hates to have to wait live' or missed. II |I' -
.. without this help from you, the best 'I *.
' ; ten minutes (according to his way of i Ho was born in Bradford county, Q"'mwmmm""D"'rn'JII=u=",::
school la the world can do very little
,i thinking, ) for it to pass, but races on, August 3, 1907. He was the only son
for children. Three
and on the track the cow catcher does your TEACHER. :( of J.\ F. Johnspn, of Hampton his i: Days Only

: the rest. The St. Augustine Record I mother died when he was bout two r;; ,.
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tells of such an event in four eloquent years old. ,
DEAD MAN GUARDS SUNKENWARSllll'
lines: lIe was always noted for his kind I
I Bananas 20c dozen and
lie tried to cross the railroad track I and cheerful disposition. He was up

I a busy worker, in the Sunday school .
Before the rushing train; 'i "Semper Fidelia"-always] faithful,
and church work. If he 'ever incuredthe 25 Apples 30c dozen and u'p
They the sack cent
put pieces'in a even in dl.'ath-i the motto of the
enmity of anyone it is not known. .
But couldn't find the brain.
United States Marine Corps, and in
He wm an obedient son, and a kind
T If there are women passengers in the spirit! it has been the motto of

the car, it does not better matters. the "phantom sentry" of' 11. M. S. loving brother lie departed this Bananas by the bunch $1 bunch
earth, February 3, 1923 at the age ,
According to all accounts it makesit Arinade, a British cruiser which has of 15 years Want Adwill

worse. Isn't it barely possible that been lying at the bottom of the i Funeral services were conductedby i ii and up.Confidence.

North Sea for the lust five years. I
doTerence Rev W E. Daughtery, pastor of
Recently the Ariadna was mined

to let them pass, have in*many Instances and blown up'"tis a menace to navigation remains First Christian were interred church of in the Starke.Prevatt The sell a ..t.'i: : ':' -' .r '. .f'II:, ':"":_u. :: :- '
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an idea that the engineer its hull having risen nearer
cemetnry Friday afternoon. A !large
should stop his train for them, or at the surface constantly since it was. I --- ---- ---
of his friends
followed the
procession "
least run it oIl the track, while the sunk by a German submarine live
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1.I remains to its resting place. I ..
car they are in goes across, and that years ago.
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tv the male driver, who may be willing Dan Hornet, a Glasgow diver, went father, his step-mother, one sister, I I

5C to stop his car, is over rule d by such into the depths uf the sea to place the'
Miss Emma Johnson and half-sis
a e
.n admonitions as, "Oh, pshaw, we haveno dynamite charge which blew up the Murla :
ter, Miss Johnson.
time to wait while that old flat- Ariadne. Hornet declares that when ;

wheels passes. lIe will have to slow he went on the deck of the sunken or a I
DEATHS AT LAWTEYTwo
t up; go ahead." And the poor simp ofa ship he found a marine, supported bya I -

driver, afraid of being thought timid portion of the ship, standing as deaths occurred\ in the vicinity ,, I

keeps on and carries his passen- though on duty, his ride, with bayonet of The confidence of the community in a bauk is its :
Lawtey Saturday night, Feb. 2.1,
gers to a place where there Is no fixed, grasped in his hand. at about)the same hour. $$1000 Car I' greatest element of strength. I !

parting The."phuntom sentry" was left undisturbed The death of Mrs. James Harvey,! The strength of our bank is evidenced by the con-

A locomotive engineer must have and his body probably 73 years of age, occurred at her home dssiiiaoo fidence of its large number' of depositors and satisfied I
"nerve" or he is not suited for his floated on out to sea with the wreckage !
calling. A part of his nerve consistsin of the old cruiser. death Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Her l' customers, among whom are some of the best people
was not unexpected, as she had '
going ahead regardless of persons L- in the country. \
l been confined to her bed for several I
und vehicles ahead of him. He must A O1CE FROM: TIIETObIfiI!i I weeks. She was born in Baker coun- Our directors are composed of the best men of the

j expect that they win ,get out of his ty and lived her lifetime in Baker and : I country, who actually direct the affairs of the bank I

way in time. :ifnoulJ: 'he slow up or Great king of the Egyptians, Tutankhamen Bradford counties. Mrs. $
Harvey was I Men who have made
of
I from earth a success their own affairs I
top whenever he was afraid he might he pasod 3,000 the mother of eight children
seven '
possibly run over anything, he would years ago, speaks to us of the twentieth daughters and 1 son, four of whom I'I and are capable of handling the affairs of the bank on

get nowhere and have his dischargefor century from out of th e "dim are'nnw living: Mrs. Jesse Harvey, I a safe and sound basis.

his pains. Yet he keeps a sharp and distant, past," a voice from the of Baldwin, Mrs. Emma of 'White- ; Our bank is examined at intervals by capable auditors

lookout all the time, and tn the day's tomb, surely, speaking the time of Farm I
house, Mrs. Kate Hamilton and Mrs. sent out by the state (government) who come without
work of any engineer he saves the. centuries and centuries ago, and
Ella Blair, of Jacksonville.
foreknowledge. We also
our are required to make
lives of whose carelessness heard only
Jinny put now. i Funeral services
were conducted at
them in danger. A heavy train mightbe From the tomb of King Tutankhamen j I the home Sunday evening at 7 o'clock I and publish sworn statements of the condition of this

t stopped in a few moments if every- comes solemn warning to beware of by Rev. L. W. Kickliter, of Starke, bank at regular intervals. The call for this statement

thing ia In perfect order but though indifference, of sloth, of failure to i based
; | and Interment was at Yellow Water I comes to us on certain dates, without our havingany
the wheels stopped, the momentum apreciate the "gift of the &,0.1i." '; Duval when it
I knowledge
I cemetery, county, Monday coming, hence we are unable -
'. would jerk the bodies of the cars otf Egypt, in the time of this'one of the
their trucks make total wreck and Pharaohs and. famous morning. I to "fix" for these"periods, even is we Mere disposed
a wee truly great -
The bereaved husband
d"- probably kill every man on the train. and powerful. In that period of |I have the sympathy of the and entire family com What is more economical j to do so. In addition to this we are required by

e And. almost every freight train car- time 3,000 years ago, Egypt was supreme munity. and profitable It law to carry a certain per cent of our deposits in cash

ries explosives and gasoline, so that in knowledge and especiallyin The death of Arthur Green from reserve in order to take care of any emergency that

W a sudden violent check of speed would the arts as is evident by all the heart trouble occurred Saturday evening ;than want might ari.e.

be. liable to cause explosions and fires. facts of history that have come forthto o'clock a
at seven at the' home of Deposit with us where it isas safe
aii, So you see, the engineer has much to us, facts authenticated again! as your money as
his Wash Green
son, one mile west ad in this ? I the Rock of Gibralter.BRADFORD
think of besides looking out for care- many times in the past, by revelation of town. Mr. Green came from Jack paper I I .

less auto drivers. of the contents of the king's sepulcher '
sonville What have
Thursday to attend the funeral I _
Out In the' open, engineers and auto storehouse of the treasure of a daughter-in-law, Mrs. D. you I

drivers often each other long that in and of when- the
can see was Egypt Green. He came to town Saturday to sell?

distances ahead and be prepared for!, monarch was laid ta rest amid! the afternoon with the intention of returning e I COUNTY BANK

emergencies; but in towns, wherecwitching'is : most gorgeous, the most 'Hnply fi. ,
to Jacksonville but on his arrival ............. ,,,
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being done on the side j! wrought, the most expensive of trappings here he complained] of not feeling 1WWIT I I

tracks, where trains are backing, and that human ingenuity could ,, well and decided to postpone his N. T. RETCH .t. W. T. WEEKS }. H. BITCH, '

moving'trains often hidden by strings 'I form and fashion; ingenuity, j i homeward trip until Monday .Cure a Cold in One hay I, President Vice President, : Caahtor.4" .

i of box cars, auto drivers should heed which was buried with King: Tutank-f|1 'Mr. Green was born in Nassau f..,. LAXATTVE PROMO QtllNIM:(T M l_'.
the advice by correspondent hamen m>c*the 4 ouih( .ptl "..da. h.. sad wurh. ,,r III
given a since the skillful
j most of 1Y ;county 64 years ago and came to this <"nO. .CVr..CKUV t," a'gaataa.va.>.*. I

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tian church will servo a supper next I and 20 men, who were royally entertained vine, are guests of Mrs. W. I. Roberta
i All Next Week Friday night, the proceeds of which in the homes of the Starke this week.SPLENDID.

will go for improvements on the Baptist

@ Bits o [ Local (Q) church property. All who wish! to do Thursday was an all day meeting I CIIAUTAUCIUA I'RO-

GAIETY THEATRES I so, are cordially invited to attend. 50 for men, this meeting being held in. GRAM

Information ( cents for supper the Methodist church, and tho principal -
--- speaker was Dr. N. B. O'Kelleyof -
S. E. Rich will 1 leave tomorrow for Jacksonville. The unusually fine display of chute
T A R K E
Concerning Our People, Business and Shelby, N. C. to several do'swith
1i'\ I ( spend The Woman's Missionary Union tauqua advertising now in our tow J

Progress in the ,Coun .)' and Town. 'I relatives. Then ho will report held their meeting. Thursday and scents to indicate that u correspondIngly ,
at lailey! N. C., to join the RubtJ. F, I (
John LawrenceI Friday< in the Baptist church. The |! good program will be given 1
Demurest Stock Company Mr. Rich II
I when tho Radclilfe Chautauqua arrives
\\ ; principal speakers were Mrs.[ N. C. .
will pltiy in tho orchestra.
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in Starke on Monday.For
I I Wumboldt, state president ofV.. !
Capt. and Mrs. S. A. Bryun spent t; Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Plant Dl.l| : three afternoon. and nights
City i iI U., Miss Juli.ttc'Iuth..rs: Young
Friday in Jacksonville. I: Company 1! 11. C. Hutchinson of Plant has
is visiting her parents, !Mr. and Mrs. City, People's secretary of the Southern ) the chautauiua will present varied ';
--- -- J. J. Rigdon, this week. moved into the Liddon cottage on N. Baptist Convention, of Birmingham; anti Interesting subjects, including .
Dress patterns at Sternberg':I I Bigger and Better Than Walnut street. !Mr. Mutchinaoii' will :Miss: Emmii Leachmtin, of Atlanta; lectures by Ray I Morton Hardy, Dr.

J I Mrs. soon npcn the canning factory in the F. t.Domar, und Albert Marion j
Emily Philips returned last Ever Mrs. B. A. Infill, of Birmingham !
J. I. Dubose was a welcome visitor week from u visit In Plant City with I northern part of tpwn '1 1i i iI nnd :Mrs II. C. IVelman. All of the Hyde, vocal und instrumental sol on,

to Jacksonville Sunday. her son, W. U. Philips and family. speakers gave wonderful messages of ) saxophone solos and duets, violin noIcrtioiM -
I '!i I It costs no more Co wear the inspiration. and readings.The .
R. S. Powell supplies the local mar. I
Mrs. Alma McMillan, of Jackson- 12 PEOPLE 12 DoujiliiH Shots. Why experiment I Miss Marguerite\ Shriver' I1n,1Ir.: price of the adult season ticketis
ket with crisp and juicy onions.Crane's I II
I ville, spent the week-end with her with other makes. ? On sale John Powell sang a number of beautiful $:J.HI! ) and the child's reason' ticketis +

parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Lager- I i I Fat 4tcrnberg's.Preparations I selections at the various er\ire $I.01), covering admissions to each

Fine Linen Stationery gren. I II i OWN ORCHESTRA For two days dinners were served at .' event during the entire threu days
at Turner's Drug Store. I I II I I are being> / made by' the church, and a cordial invitation! :Single admissions will be higher, so

1 Dr. S. B. Rogers, state secretary of I>r. Sullen for the revival meetingsto was extejitled to both visitors and it will pay to buy season tickets.

JF. A. Scott made a business trip missions for the Baptist church, was Feature Vaudvil 8 be conducted in the Baptist' church'by people of the town who attended the Read. the small circular carefully,
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lo Jacksonville yesterday. the guest during the District Institute ActsIntroduced Kcv. W. Raleigh l White, of Lake institute.' then hunt up a member of the chau-

of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. City. These meetings will begin on Thursday evening there was given tauqua committee. This is something
L. L. King of Jacksonville is the I
I the first of April. I !
I by Starko talent a wonderful pageant which Is worth while and we are ""-
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley.
F. A. Crowder returned
Friday Between The "Parkness and Light," with splendid sured'from Washington that we aro
from Hendersonville, N. C., where ho. Friends. here have received the following musical accompaniment by Mrs. Do- going to receive ono of the finest
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mr. and : Acts of The Play
was called to attend the funeral of I announcement: Mr. und Mrs. Wilt C. Jones. Mrs. I* (?. 1'0wc'lIl1l1,1 chuntuuqua programs ever aunt out
Mrs. M. L. Johns motored to Waldo
his mother.I Matthew L. McKinney nnnounco thu :\11'". Florence Powell took the leading from that great educational and governmental -

Sunday.Mrs. I marriage of their niece Eva Mae, to part in tho pageant, and were canter.
!! and Mrs. E. H. Beckhnm, of Archiliald Johns Thomas
I assisted' by twenty other .I
Tate Powell, of Gainesville, Plant City, have moved here. Mr. All New Plays dny. ple. young pco- INC H orui.t In .. ".,......,,

Tisited Mrs. Lucy Powell the first of Bockham is interested in the canning i nineteen hundred twenty-three.. Lake Alt,lil.M.tm,.: Iroulilnil HliliXNi..ni 'I.W" rh
the week. factory. 1 Butler, Florida .till yo?.ur whli li ndlratr.awl. t I'o., ... t
The Latest American Suc- limit ., ti '... .. '!
i I )) tale ( id mare rS..s Atuiiiiu '.i ''? *
I cesses I -- Volt illi. VKS: 1ASn.LK.SS CHILL Illl.tC(: .
Miss Marguerite Shriver, of Brooker Mrs. B. A. English, of Birmingham Mrs. George A. Collins entertained i lily. r..... > has been: visiting Miss Florence Ala., who attended the district the :Merry Workers Monday evening Uaifoitl, March! !>.-Rev. and Mm. ruhu'511'1'O'l' thatlhM.tlnn.andmetnu.iilrto the..hDI-yo"'III. !'''1 '. u ,.'' r

Matthews this week. institute at tha Baptist ,church, was Special scenery for each play at her pleasant home on South Walnut Cramer, of Lake !Butler, were in our Ih, v ,,'f." .",."herv"mi. '. ..
a guest of Mr. an ------ -
Virginia Weeks, who is attending lee. 'I tlu hostess served two courses and Mrs. Lcm Snpn and !Mr.

school in Gainesville, spent Saturdayand t I Monday Night"Who's I of refreshments. sandwiches and leo and Mrs. Fred CranCord, of Jacksm'vllle : '

Sunday with Harriet Ritch. i Mrs. F. A. Scott went to Lawtey I tea, cake with strawberries! and whipped were in town during the week 'ENTAJCOLUMN.

Tuesday! to attend a special meeting cream. W. 11. Andrews was 1villt
Mrs. W. II. Tucker and Mrs. Hack- of the W. C. T. U. While there Mrs. tukV: (Butler Mond.iy.: .

ett, of Newbcrry, were guests last Scott wan a guest of Mrs. George ;\. Guilty"A Mrs II. C. IVelman, stato secretur.v Mrs. A. I I' Andrews and !Mary It.
week of Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. "1 f ..
i Anderson. ; ..f the Woman's Missionary UnIon Jones werelsitora to ll.ikcr. countySunday.

I and Miss Juliette Mathers, youngppntile's I 1--- ___.___ .
Drama -- -- -
Bliss Delia Blanchard and Mrs. L. Mystery Comedy
Arrow Shirts and Collars of the Southern
secretary Mrs Oscar Bowling rout. daughter, FOR \LF-.IOO: () red seed cane. A.
A. Marr and children, of Luwtey, there are no better-get. themat 1 Uplift) convention, of Biriuinuhan, Miss\ Alice, of !Lurkin, WITH visiting ,i :S.: Strickland!, Route 3, Stnl'1 e. ItFtItSA1.1iMeude

spent Friday afternoon here. Sternberg's., Ladies Free Monday wer.- guests. lust week of Mr. and at tho home of Mrs. W. I. Roberts -- "
I Mrs. J. F. Kickliter. last week. : ; c7it ton seed; ,l$'i.riD!

'i Mr. /And Mrs. S. A. Bryan Misses Mr. and Mrs. William Blakely have lOne Lady Admitted Free With Mrs. W. W. Farnell and little son, I I per bushel. James Reynolds' (;1'11-
OlliS! Marr, Myrtle Reddish spent moved here from Waldo, and Mr. ham, Flu. 8-2-2t R
Each Paid Adult Ticket I Mrs. W. II. Fields, of Blountstown, Wilbur, Jr., of New Smyrna are visiting s
Sunday afternoon in Highland.A Blakely is employed in the express I I Is upending a few dajs with her
,\ ". I i her sifter, !Mrs J. C. Jones, thlll.wl..k. FOR SALE:-Struwborry crates, cora1 -
I
office: ; daughter, Mrs. George; A. Collins. I
complete line of high grade -------- I(I Admission 25 and 50c Mrs. Fields was accompanied homo !Messrs.. A. 1>. Andrews and win,1!I 1 I pleto.with cups. I),.*\V. Moore' 2-lfl-tf., Thoressa. b

toilet articles at Turner's Drug F. L. Turner has been on the sick by her little grand daughter, Jean
I vistiors to Jacksonville I
lamp, were ---- ----
Store. list this week, but his many friends Collins, who has been visiting her '
I F'rl<111 FOR SALE:-HO loads of tttuhle manure -
will be glad to know that he is rap. You know The ShowDon't grandparents. y.
I, Misses Sara Getzen and Edna Mar- Idly improving. Mrs. M. Luck and 1 Mrs. Brown, of' alm heavy single horse wagon, ,

' tin, of Newberry, were guests last Forget The Date MM. Fannie K.: Cumhi'r, of Newton the !Slat': Farm, were shopping (in nearly new, $ hr. "D.V, Alvarez: I' "

week of Mrs. J. T. Quigley. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grant, who have town Monday afternoon.Mrs. Starke. I t.
N. C., came: yesterday arid will
been here for several weeks at the All Next Weekis l spend a few days with{ Mrs. Lucy i Andiew Green returned to STRAYED: Sow and two mule pigs; '

Airs. E. R. Poppell and Miss Ruby home Qf Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Pov'ell. Mrs. Corriher was a 'ompa- her homo in Baker county Friday after Markings: sow, one ear cut off,

r Poppell were visitors to Lawt.ey on left Monday afternoon for St. Augus- nic] by Mrs. P. O. Carpenter of Newton ,visiting here for several days., hole IsfAho: other, pigs, nwallow-

Tuesday afternoon. tine. a visitor to Starke the first Mon who will bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rrahanl, of South Jacksonville fork in ono ear and and under!

day in each month as ho is a memberof Mrs. R. S. Powell. spent several I days here Just : squirrel in the other. A. A. Underhill -

j Dr. and Mrs. N. B. O'Kelly, of JacksOI'l'iIIe Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wiggins{ had the County School Board. week.. .visiting her parents, Mr. und Route 3, Star lie will give

,, were guests last week of Mr as their guests for tha Baptist Insti- I Tho yard of the Consumers Lumber Mrs. 1ll.-. Andrews. f reward for Information. It* .

and llrs.o', A. Scott. tute, Mrs. Doyle and. little daughter, I' Ever wen r Silk Hose Rive sat- Company hall been so systematically G. C. Sapp was:'! u visitor to I.ako --

of Luke Buller. : isfaction. Get; them at Sternberg's. arranged tltat any kind of lumber Butler Sunday. I ..'.Ie". urea it, o tv 1 K t'rv't!
.
Dr. and Mrs. Dell, of Gainesville, can be loaded on a truck without W. J. Stalling, of Lawtey, was nvlstior stn'. ,, Ininiipy, If FA7.O OTNnn'.T! lull,
1 here afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and '1'u.: ,::'.i,I'I" ', nl';. rdluKor, I'l.ilriuJliu'I'lI'Mi : I t
motored Sunday I
hero ,
any loss of time. The buildings have over Tuesday 1M" *?ei I 1H I'll 'H "U "I I
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children motored to Lake Butler Sat- .. n I I ",11 1"I ,,1, "I.- .
visit friends. Dock Roberts, of Worthington, was
been repainted and the place has a ,
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children, of
urday and were guests of Mr. and
hero Tues
tidy and businesslike appearance. n business visitor Over 191U''IJ''I'\1IJ111.lCbUlQjI1l'JI1I.C1fn' rr.ytsuux's
Brooker, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wil- \
\Mrs. II. Tomlinson. I
r r Embroidery threads and pack
son, of Gainesville, were guests last day.School COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
at Sternberg's.Prof. closed hero Friday night niter
ages Cupt. D. C. Jones in in Atlanta this
week of Col. W. T. Weeks and Mr. i
W. J. Epperson, Jr., who Is employed -
successful term of school. Full line of
week, attending a conference called a very a
and Mrs. W. L. Wall. I
Lyman P. Pryor, of Jacksonville by the Seaboard, has been by the Parent Coca Cola Co., of Jack- Tho closing exercises were well carried Und.rtah.ra' .suppUu

was the .guest (/ Col. and Mrs.D. visiting his parents, Sheriff and Mrs. sonville. Those invited arc the own- out with much credit to the ----- H
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carter, of Cocoa l I
E. Knight first of the week. W. J. Epperson. are spend:.ig the week with her I ers of bottling works handling thecompany's teachers, also the speech by Mr. Turner AUTOMOBILE.. IIEAISLtAt. !
hand. The beat '
on s. reke
was treat. "
conferencewill n
We have line of Kake- parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell.Mr. products. The I lh. 'lowest prlrrn. HI'.-
II. F. Brown and D. P. Carpenter a new discuss business problems, and I Willie Dowling, of Lake Butler, |
lite and holders and Mrs. Carter were accompa- pal ilrntlon to trlrxrsph orSr.
motored to Jacksonville today on a cigar/ cigarette in town recently.
the will to it that its was:
nied here by Charlie Powell, who will company see .. Krglnt rcd Eulhalm.rDeWiTT ,
also fine quality briar pipes.Turner's .
; business trip. truest! are royally entertained Mr. und Mr,. J. II. Denmark, of
remain in Starke.Mr. .
Drug Store. St. Augustine, were visiting relatives ; \.
Mrs. Alvarez of .- ----- CATS C. JONES
and ,
Mr. Clyde KEiUIRE.4( : ESCORTA here several days last' week.
\' Jacksonville, spent the week-end with ,i \Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler, apd Mrs. J. T. Quigley duringthe Mrs. Henry Taylor and two children STARKE. FLA .1jl'lf"'IlCIImmmClIIDlWlt'lI'lmOlfO
I and Miss Cecelia Nolan, of Ja'kson- institute held at the First Baptist ')
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns.
Robert of Jackson
Francis and
'v. little black cat that makes the '! "JUUlOI! t'lDI1JJ
t ville, were guests during the District church, entertained two charming
" stores on the north side of Cull street .
Mrs. John Howe, formerly of Luke I Institute of Mrs. W. J. Epperson. young ladies from Newberry, Misses her home, from the neat market on I
Edna Martin and Sarah Gctson. I
Kingsley now of Gainesville, spent
the east to Hodges on the west, has
Tuesday with Mrs. E. W. Hayes. i I'I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover and some characteristic She will

son, Don, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Young Miss Emma Leachman, of Atlanta, bo OD-queer the sidewalk, feeling perfectly A KSUUmSi""''
Mr. and Mrs. McNeil have proved and son, Theodore, motored to and Mrs. N. C. Wamboldt, of Jack safe' while men and dugs step over i it'tw v ?

into tha house formerly occupied by Gainesville Sunday afternoon. sonville, who attended the district Institute her, but when she wishes 'to crows gj' W1 ;L.I'l

E. E. Canova. I I here last week, .were guests Walnut street, oho waits until a person I'l 'iMra .
11 I.I II. C. Peel man, of Jacksonville, due- of.Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. cornea along to escort her across. mtlMteS'yym Shine
the District Union at the Baptist '
S. }i. Hutchinson, of Jacksonville, ing Whether she in afraid of car and
.- spent Saturday 'and Sunday with E. I church, was the guest of Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Misses dogs, or considers that this honor Is kj
R. Neff. Mrs. L. W. Kickliter. Audrey and Lucile Johns motored to <
due her on account of her sex, is not e il l
Id
, Gainesville Sunday afternoon with known. w I i

.t Buy a pair of W. L. Douglas' Ed' Burn's has had a large numberof Carl Johns, who had spent the weekend -- --- .

Shoes at Sternberg's. fruit trees of different kinds set at home. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES

on his property between Madison and --

The Woman's Club will hold their Lafayette streets. Mrs. A. M. Darby has returned Attendance is increasing and tho "_ ; (M;

regular meeting on Wednesday after home after a visit in Palatka with interest deepening in the Lord's day + f
I noon, March 14th. I Rev. J. B. Rooney, of Jacksonville, Mrs. II. C. Richard, and in DeLund services at tho Christian church.v

' .. .:I L who preached here Sunday at the Methodist : with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. M. A Bible school was organized last

"r' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns left on (I church, was the guest of Mr. Marks. Sunday with about 30 present. The cf\

s Tuesday afternoon ,for a trip on the I and Mrs. J. W. White. officers and teachers are us tine a

I: East Coast of Florida. Lloyd L. King has"returned from; bunch as any school could desire. Our
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover and Mr. Pablo Beach and 'Palatku where he in
motto \III "In faith, unity; opinions,
Robert Demorest leaves tomorrow and Mrs. Edward Burns spent Sat was song leader In a couple of evan liberty, and in all things love." 4p
j. for Bailey, N. C., where he goes toy urday and Sunday at the Richard cottage gelistic: meetings. with Rev. A. C. Bible school next Sunday at 10 a. In the Sunshine of Youth saval! you
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organize his stock company. at Kingsley Lake.L. Shuler. m. Choir practice at 7:30: p. m. on spare ,

Thursday. There will be no preach To k"ri''Ct' i ?C from 'l'' 4'i!! Il! .tli1. Cirt''r' .
Just received fresh shipment C. Powell and family had as Mr.. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone and 'I
a ing by the writer next Sunday as we the "
1 t iu "r.1. y! A'll It C' tlult "Luc 'la, .
of Johnston's candies at guests: during the. District Union at Dock 'Harvey will leave Sunday for serve Hampton on the second: Sundayin ,. n, j ut' !, p i or h t i iorev 'f'at 1< ,j' "J, ''n the f.iiute, ti yorimiib' f
Turner's Lrug Store. the Baptist church: George Jeffers of Louisville, Ky., where they will form each month until further notice. IP th (1.1b:! eii l a-r1. Y"i i r t e : hul ft In UwrTii ,
Jacksonvile, and Rev. Hansen, of New- their company for the summer. Mrs. All the members with their children I i. vonc'i/ ,;v': i"n ir: irhi-'la-H"! o. il P r-i" vf.trV7KCS -.

b Mrs. M. L. Johns and son, Emmett I berry. I Harvey will Join the party later in I are urged to be present next Sundayfor S'tr, far ,al +' I'a 1'y': r, a.n, nl If you hcgf.i.
l'C"L"7'
W ... ..I! ''d 1 r:,' > iil r.lt I'. :i reirdar pn-'t-r.
Kelly, returned home Saturday from I the season. Bible school and communion.W. 1: o* a visit with relatives in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn, of Ham E. DAUGHERTY. t Vf-ue utju tin l I.e ..1. 1 vdh r' 11'! : :1 rti' W: C"rriuilry' I

pton, spent Monday here. Mr. WynnJ. Thit-Law Bible class will meet Saturday {, wcfA.mr yji 4.,.- <. .1(* .a'.rHANK.

ADVICE TO THE AGED I i An bran hMrmMM.' ._h ..oIu..... Ik L. SIMMONS of the teacher Mrs. Geo. C. White:;: M. U. I OF STAKKE .:
l .......1.. w.. .....-..... torpid I.v. | '.
11I1 PLUMBER: AND ELECTRICAL The class will entertain the membersof The Hank of Helpful Service !;

Tutt's Pills CONTRACTOR the Home Department 'at this Last Thursday and Friday at the HTAKKE, FLA. yf

ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN meeting. First Baptist 'church,'the Jacksonville

... -m..off.1 "' Telephone 133-J I I 'llstrict held a splendid institute that
I I. Ih. -< , .s sad. ......n.-.. STARKE FLA. The.. ladies of the Hampton Chris- wan attended by 68 I women delegates. .--



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. MARCH !9. J'J23.r .
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----- -has been planted to tomatoes and 1 BKOTIIEKS DIE IN En"OIT-; 'I ITO to tho sea when the sea was most :for refusing tote! at tho hearing the

cucumbers. LAM: LKJUOIS I boisterous and defiant. names of person who had signed

..................................-.......-.........................._-, r mends watcneU them at work and their names to a Topeka membershippetition. I

Wakulla-Still making cooperative (From I the Tampa Times) I wondered way a "II shin,,' boat snould Kitchen held that his out!

With The Bradford orders for cotton and peanut seed. need u motor of such greet horsepower as u klansirmn bound him to secrecy,

Farmers here are going after "hog From Palm I'circh' across the Gall'' and dpe d. "Jusc our ilea," which was superior to his oath as ;":

and hominy;' hogs are being improved stream to the island of Bimini Is was all explanation they cared court witness.

County Farmers and protected from disease and roughly figured as A distance of forty j II to give, leaving their acquaintances :Attorneys for the klan announced

good feeding crops are being planted. miles. I to think it unoitier experiment of tne a test of the case world be taken tithe

.J I Most any good motor bout will do brothers wno alter all nod never United States supreme a court and!
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............................... : .oo. I Duval-Another 20-acre cotton demonstration the trip in four hours with good failed.' //io> one night und it tens a indicated habeas corpus proceeding

\I ::J I was established at Baldwin weather and a smooth sea. Many stormy night at mat, they were off would be brought to obtain Kitchen'

this week. The recent cold did motor boats, and the word many to "try out" the boat which was release.

MOLL WKKV1L.: ( J POINrKKS PLANT: (;OltNI> LEGUMES TOGETHER little damage here. (General opinion can be appropriately spelled with cap- much larger und of greater currying Carl McManus assistant to Kitch-

; II I! is that it probably did more good than ital letters, make the voyage in less capacity tnun any ever uouyncu I tor '! chen was scheduled to resume the
Green cotton U the only food a boll harm. than four hours. Somo of them breakfast fisning on that coast. Their fisher stand. At the hearing yesterday he
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weevil will ('a t. Over four million dollars was the their crews in Palm Beach, arrive men friends saw taunt go, uut respecting testified that although he had administered
'estimate of the velvet bean crop of I I in the horseshoe harbor of Bi- the einics of Cite culling never
'I Hamilton-Our acreage planted to the klan oath to several bun
By tho Florida method of boll wcev. Florida lust year. That did not take velvet beans and peanuts will be increased mini in time for luncheon and get questioned or even offered surmises tired in Topeka, Kan., and elsewhere

li control the squares Ire remover! into consideration the increase in fer- fully CO percent this year. I buck to Florida territory long beforeI ks to where the boat was huudud. : he could remember the names of none

and destroyed uU.ut Jun.* nth an' 'tility of the soil!, a natural result of I I the sinks over in the Everglades Next day they hud not returned William Wood of Kansas City,
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fertile soil I'
li-ad arson.it'f or culriu-ii Hr.u-n.iti the crop. If this more Flagler-Our potato growers are section and tile day drew out to tile lust hour Kan., one of the klan attorneys In
, the bud or were added to the actual value of the I I At times for weeks and weeks the of with the brothers still
powder blown on topmost bq'' optimistic in spite of the heavy frost ; midnight the present case, also was on the!
\, in the growing lip of the plant with a beans und hay the amount would which has thrown their crops back 'ea is" calm" in tne seafarer's acceptance j I absent. Only the sun light was not calender to testify again today. At
much greater. And if the value of all and definition of the word. !' there. Just leaden of brOKen I
dust gun. 'about three weeks It is figured that a scurry the hearing yesterday he admitted
the other leguminous crops were added At other times it proceeds to kick clouds low over the sea
the delay will give tho northern hold- up sweeping he was a member of the klan. He said
By re moving and destroying these u still greater figure would be ] over chance to be cleaned up beforeour in it fashion that brings doubts to tht1 i und land venue beneutn thu blue water he had been attorney for the Kansas

first squares ahout June 5th, practi reached. I potatoes reach the market. motor bout captains who must perforce of the Gulf stream changed to City Kan., khan bu.t now was em
will this velvet !- J
4 cally all the weevil that livcS>1 over But how much year's I land on the beach if the breakon a darK green, foam cupped meet of I ployed by the Knights of the Klan of
bean be worth? Not to
mention -
crop the shallow bur of Lake Worth in- billows.
from last year are caught in those Putnam-A number of potato growers Atlanta.'
i other such crops-peanuts, cowpeas '''let is bad. And' landing on the beachI Encounter Bad Sea
squares in the act of laying eggs for their crops being thrown back by ---- ---. -
a new coloration of weevils. Also all heggurweed and e.c. Certainly the recent frosts, are turning to cot- i i I with, a cargo from linnini is bud business Darkness intense came after the

' tho eggs! they have laid, are removed as much us last year's and probablymore. ton. Have treated over 200 hogs :for I when the big combers are boom- sun hud given up its attempts tu HELP YOURSELF

and prevented from hatching, : much cholera control this week. ing in from the reef witn a roar and break through, and with landless
I Forida farmers should not fail to a high Hung sheet of the !
spray. jjfcy launch wmch hud been 1 tossing GET WELL FAST
take of these
But, in order to control the Weevil advantage leguminous ,| Suwannce-We held thrcd meetingsto Knew the Ocean I I olt shore tor hours, iictidv'U up fur
The velvet bean Is the most '
properly J'VI'RY.square; (on dale of crops. ( / study .the Florida method of weevil All of the foregoing is just the pre j the inlet tne brothers calculating; the I you have been ill\, and it seemsas
the removal operation) must be gotten popular. with the greatest number of control; many farmers turned out. lude to this. story of two brotherswho ( unit ot me stiuani und ate leeway! IF if you never would net >our
successful farmers) It has become I o had voluntarily taken up tile winch would be forced by tile howling strength back, you need the won
or EVKUY OHM will not be got customary to plant beans among: the I dcrful stnenirti-ninK! and rebuildinqualities "
fiee-tof-ull trade between the of
I I Volusia-Little damage resulted coast gale. biruignt, to ate opening
ten. If you get EVERY: egg; therewun't if of Guui\ PcptuManean.It .
The Florida Co'le.(03 Agriculture -
corn. from the recent cold thatoarlyplante.1 'Florida and till putt and pine dec'aLed'island ouiHuen the of land
of except points trey came, I
be any "next generation" recommends that At \.t lit I Ii has hi lied ihonsnnrls of inv.iinK
I weevils. ', watermelons were kill- ()\ of linnini inditing wiin unerimg! precibiou tno I and con' :lll",,,-ent! i buck thus
i i time they houl'l' be r planted, r fi.v'led i back; but second plantings have i 'Ihey knew the south Florida coast sjiut wnuru the 'thick they should be planted are been made. Several hundred acres from Cape; Canaveral to Cape 1'lorida I ue tound. sLiiue I 61.! .,,> etch: ', feel v-U!I rid Dlv wolf llWtr !
George Smith says one of the chief question/ which vary with circum- : tiles book di-rf 'i"! Ms Glide's Pepto-
ttt grapes and citrus planted this a 1 hey had studied tho did they worry about the I
objections to tha "other" method of stances. However, it is a fact that Look fur I I\fang.m.-liqll1: or l.ilj'els' as you pre
'month. About 700 birds were shownat years und years. Theruwasn't deep laden aunt under their lout.) ::Jilt! fcr
controlling the weevil is that each of the beans are not planted thick the annual county poultry show a trick of the tide that How-I did, not ride boujunuy us when sue
4 theln're'l ireli tho farmer's timo all enough in most cases, not thick i I ed in and
out of shallow Gilbert's had
i this week. sailed loan tea tidY befoie. :t:>heobeyed G'l\qe's
thu sum Iller. With the Florida method enough to supply tho humus and beans i I !' Lake Worth inlet. Jlillsboro inlet. I tile power ot Her motor, but
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I the cotton planter pulls olF tho desired and which the soil needs. i St.Lucie-\m receiving more culls New River inlet or any of the other was sulky und 81Ugglsll ill tu arms of r*

squares, blows the dust into the top I I Some farmers pasture their corn from farmers and growers than I cuts in the beach that these boys toy Dig seas. She rods low und almost peptolangan

buds and. the jab in done. I I and beans to hogs and cattle. In this am able to fill; spraying, pruning and didn't know. There wasn't a freak I, refused to PICK up her stern Tonic and Blood Enricher

{, case beans may be planted in every irrigating constitue the major wants. [of the short hugging the Gulf stream I when the high drifting surges' struck ..- _.
That is, the job is done, if the cot- and at the time the is ,
row name corn ( current that they hadn't studied and' down. But the bpotncr sailed on, I
s ton gets the right kind of cultivation. plante.. If it is desired to harvest I
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learned
f Clay-Potato plants were killed to ti suspect as! they swept up speeding forward to the whiter line II I SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE
J It should be plowed at least once !; the corn, plant the beans after tho the ground by the recent frosts, but and down in search of Spanish mackerel of break on the shore.

every week. Don't let the weeds use corn has gained considerable headway they are coming out and the ultimate I pompano or other fish, for these i There comes a time when man's
mosture and plant food that would j (In effect Jan. 1 102! ?)
t and in every second or.every third brothers fishermen born.
damage will be slight. were They mistakes demand a penalty and this
!; ,I J otherwise go to the cotton plants. row and the vines will not be so were hardened to the sea and its punishment time the brothers through no fault of Southbound
heavy as to hinder the harvesting of No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10 .. m.
with brown
Madison-Farmers are terracingmore a tan that de- their own were penalized. For they
The last week}in March Is probably the corn. There are dozens of methods land than ever before. tied the blistering sun. They were had miscalculated wind and current No. 3, 10:59 a. m.

f the proper time to plant cotton in ] of planting beans and on every strung with muscles that never tired and were, when all to late. brouirht No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58 p. m.
Florida, if the planter intends to use farm conditions lightly differ ; No. 15, Limited, 1:18: m.
are from the : p.
FACTS ABOUT CLOTHES pull on an oar or the dragof to a stern realization) that they were
J the Florida method of weevil control. ent. Therefore, no one method is NorthboundNo.
deep
a hanging seine. Their hands some distance south of the inlet. Not
. suited to all conditions. How to Tell Whether or Not You Are were immune to hurt and calloused 'far but a distance tnat demanded a 2 arrives Starke 4:35: a. m.

" NO SOIL LIFE WITHOUT HUMUS But one point stands out as unde- Getting What You Pay For through a life of steady constantuse. sudden strain on the wheel to swing No. 4 at 4:00 p. m.

I I batable the velvet bean (or any other I the bow northward in dangerous No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m.

I "Humus is the life of th+ oi1. Soils good legume) improves the soil amino To determine whether or not a gar- Fishing had gone bad. Year after /! thwart-ship drive of the sea now No. 16, Limited, 5:55 p. m.

I' with little or no humus hive but -a !I rotation plan should exclude it. ment of any clothing material is whatit year the boats became more numerous | mounting higher. Wannte Branch

: small amount of b ctl.rlallite in them Hears and peas are god feed and is claimed to be, is a serious consideration and these brothers experienced I Many times they had faced tho Nor 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m.

I Bacterial life in the soil is necessary I, money crops and in addition, furnish for the housewife buy- with others the irrefutable evidence 1 name conditions as fisnerinan but No 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.
before it ran bo called a fertile soil.I th u most economical nitrogen (as of I' Limited !
r I', ing goods. a greater scarcity of fish each now they were rum-runners. Now train No. {0 due at Starke
Fertile soils are the only kind that plant food) known. Their culture One way of doing this i* by the so- year. A-or u Willie lacy used dynamite they had a cargo worth more than a 11:22: p. m.,. Jacksonville to St. FeI -

t< produce profitable crops/ That is the i! means prosperity. called chemical tests, most commonlyused on the schools. of spawning jnan- |/ cargo of;, mackerel or pompano. Their I tersburg.

r" way J. M. Scott vice director of the i by cloth manufacturers und dealers | grove snappers buiheruU' on toe rock I i jbwn I I satety was nut question, but Limited! train No. 10 true at Starke

} Florida Experiment Station, sums up I,, EXTRACTS: FROM COUNTYAGENTS' J However they may be used to suoill.l just alt tat Oeaen Chit in thisutdnner they must save the tightly packed I 5:45 a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson
, this subject.. He adds I I. "Nearly all RKPOUf.S; uueceeUed I 1 ) ville.
certain the housewife in
u extent by ; at : keeping the cases stowed away so securely in the
t Boils in Florida would bu improved, by I I'I leant they are interesting to her. Miss I wolf tram ueiung cumpieiuiy under cabin and up forward in every avail- I'' (These tWQ trains do not stop at

t the addition of humus." I l.evy-Cotton growers: associations Ellen LeNoir, district home demon- the dour of tneir numuiu nome on tile'' able nook of the bout. Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the

I, Humus run be added to soil by / were formed Williston and Chief utratioti( agent of the Agricultural Extension : snores: of pretty LuKoortu.. I Protesting the motor hummed us only stops they make between Jack
t\ plowing into it vegetable matter that land last week.AlachuaDeetings. Get in Liquor sonville and
''t t Division has the following to liuine.U it drove tho boat :forward, and then Tampa.,
tr will decay in a reasonably sliml tune. say about these tests: 'hen. along sued tillS oisteail nut/ ';' threatened to st"-"' :Sea after sea 'j Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated from

! Instead of burning off grass and to discuss boll 'Many chemical tests may be sum- and toe resunuiit eievulion ot pricesof sent its crest across thu bunt, and as ;:Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7

i weed, plow them under. In this way, I Ij weevil control were held throughout med up. by Baying that strong! caustic liquura in c'ouiormuy witn tall sup the momentary silence of the motor I leaving Hamptfen 11:50: p. m, and No.
> says Professor Scott you will convert cotton growing areas. Temporary alkalies destroy wool fibers, de- ply which seemed to be nearing toe 'I 8 arriving Himpto.n 5:10 a. m. Theseare

j thorn Into humus instead of smoke. organizations were formed at each" I stroy silk less rapidly cause linen to e nd in every locality. And in natuiul :' realized l'I''I' through trains St. Petersburg to

. _' When u crop of grass and weeds it j meeting. i I swell and turn brownish yellow, and J I l consequence Xtiniini 'became u I Ibe had in the outer sea. _}_[aril_ nvur_ Cincinnati, Ohio.

burned the greater part of the fertilizing cause cotton fibers to swell and turn noted island, clue to its neatness to 1 went thu wheel with the n 'n T. J. GRIFFIN

I : elements go up in the smoke. I Walton-We have placed approximately I pale yellow Certain very concen- tilt UUO\ mile Atlantic coast of Florida | ning breakers driving bow swift buck, run-against Agent.

The man who carefully returns to 01,000 fruit trees, plants and trated acids such as sulphuric and I the pull of the rudder. Like

I his farm all of the organic mutter cuttings among farmers. hydrochloric cause cotton to dissolve So:; the brothers shifted their attention lme I weakened thing of real lifo the i Habitual
\ available, such as stable manure velvet linen less and wool and their mode of I constipation cured
I quickly quickly, living. launch lifted and fell as her every effort in 14 to :.11 Days
bean vines, and weeds that Marion-Have assisted in the 1
grass They navigated into the
quite slowly. big ocean wall met and defeated*by .the relentless "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"! is a sperlany-
accumulate upon the land each year, I Greater Marion county campaign "The housewife should rememberthat of rum-running with as much confidence sea, and then as if all prepared Syrup Tnnic-Laxa'jve for Habitua"Constipation. :
I is improving his soil. The man who [ that has been carried on here this : alkali soap is injurious to wool us they had shown in piloting had flown dropped her bow in hope sub : It relieves promptly but

burns off all this matter each year week. I was able to give.,some advice and silk and if used, continually will their Jersey skiit turough tile mission and in suffering allowed the should induce' be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
reduces the of the soil. This to the farmers at these In regular action. It StlmuSnte! and
fertility meetings
have a yellowing effect on bleached bar breakers when they wire fuming. | big combers to beat her in and down I Regulates, *. Very Pleasant to Tu)* 60u
means lower crop yields, which!) (is another about citrus and trucking problems. materials < They etude a success from tilt i while the brothers with err bottle.

way of increasing the cost of I "The following chemical tests are start, for they enjoyed the friendship I,' frantic efforts strove to even straighten more I,

production. Jeflferson-Our farmers are feeling given in a book written for girls by and esteem of many wuo were her out for a "beaching." Cures Malaria Chills

much encouraged over the outlook I I Kinne and Cooley: also. supposed to enforce laws and were I I Next morning tho friends and acquaintances '' 666 ,nd Fever Dengue or
Money invested ir! good seed isi for u cotton crop. They are calling '(a) Place a pieco of white cot else supposed tu bo working hard gathered the wreckage .
.up I B.Iious Fever.
money wisely spent. for Information on culture and weevil ton doth and piece of woolen to suppress amid I
; a material rum-ruiming rum some of the cases intact except
--- control. in small dishes. Cover with a |I landing oil thu. corul-sandd: of Pulm that' labels of bottles were washed I

&h-.vq a 5stel'c. arm.: Twat 50-percent solution \>f nitric acid. Tho Leach I i j lofr. Between a drift line of JOHN WHITE&CO.

i .roon>11 7lt llir.uc jimmy by yurtfytnA slid S'minoIL--A large, acreage of vir- wool fibers will turn )'ell w. The cot- \Vhen other boats would be lying ,I I they :found the stiff and stark bodies cases, _
rtrhlnj the blucxl. You :nu ....... fe.l,t.Etmia gin prairie land on the St. Johns ton retnains white. If a piece of wool close under th sheltering hook of I' of the I t LOUISVILLE t. @
.... brothers and they were cn LI.bUahdiG + -
tUU. avtilulMluit Cffivr. I rk I formerly bought for pasturing cattle 1'I I f ... .. '
ti I cloth was mixed with cotton, how land that ciclea the! inlet of Luke :: ried to the lake shore home, where t.lberal..ortm.nt snd1 r v.wl vim(itr.I'ih ?
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would tho test prove it? worth dicalling! the surf which boated : the tearful relatives were informed /all Y.Iw paid lor (f i "'

'(b) Boil samples of cotton and out of a ten fathom dept to that the motor of the-boat had failed. '' Rail Eucs i+i :e

IF SICK linen and sold for all linen can be roar up on the rock reef in a mountainous I
BILIOUS! --
tested. Place a fringed sample in a : white crested breaker, thu KLANSMAN: GOES TO JAIL FOIL I

porcelain dish. Heat gently in a 50' brothers would fare forth and drive UtFUhAL, TO BREAK HIS OATI( A TONICOrove'
percent solution of caustic potash. the nose of their bout straight into :
Then boil of and the "bouquets of I I Tasteless chlil Tonic reeuvtu
sample cotton silk Neptune, laughing Topeka, Kan., March 2.-With
START in the same manner. The animal fibers to each other as the craft took the representative of the Ku one Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
t. YOUR LIVER Klux Klan Enriching the
will dissolve; the cotton will re : sea slant of some big comber that in the Shawnee county jail hero because I strengthening BlowL When you feel Its
main. Of what use would this test 1 threatened Ito pitch-pole the boat. of his refusal to invigorating effect see bow
( answer questions It brings color
to the
cheeks and bowit
be? While rte
more timid I
were sheltered
; the state
today continued theIieunru
'(c) Material made of cotton and) .U..uer lint It/c. of Lid: I.....:, i.U: .y were ; t efo. improves the appetite, you r.Ultbea

-: ; Don't Take Calomel! "Dodson's Liver Tone" Acts Better andDoesn't linen and sold for all linen can be out to the safer depths: and back I missioner> in Its e a suit supreme to oust court the co.n klan' Grove's appreciate Tasteless its true chill tonic Tonic value.__

tested. Place a fringed sample in a again with a load, while the howling from Kansas. is simply
Iron and
f : Quinine
Gripe, Salivate or Make You Sick-Don't porcelain dish. Heat gently in a 50- winds cheered them on for their j II. H Kitchen, klan organizer for pleasant even thildren suspended like It.in syrup.The blood So
percent' solution of caustic potash for hardihood and bravery. needs
QUININE
merly of Oklahoma to Purify It
and
City, was committed IRON U
i Lose a Day's Work -- Read Guarantee i two minutes. Remove with a glass Build New Boat to jail by the jury yesterday Enrich It.S Destroys Malarial! germs and

r rOIl and dry between blotting papers. Came a time when they were completing adjudged in contempt of that court Grip germs by Us Strengthening. Invifior*
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The linen will be dark yellow in color a new boat, months after atipjl Effect. uflT/ ,
L'gbl Colonel inuki"ou -ic .. It' '
sour Just try a spoonful ,
linrriblol! Take n.. doKO of the dangerous of lairmloH. Po'UonV Liver T..n.i to- I and the cotton white or light yellow.! they had first engaged in the lucrative --
drug tonight iiinl tomorrow night I business of rum running. She was a
ijt may lirno a- ....Y..* wok.i lloru't my guarantee-Go to any' dandy craft, built after their own
i I'alomel' in mercury or miickniUrrwhich driiir store und ;pct u bottle of J 1\>I- ideas gained
; rauKo* nnrosU "f the IIOIIPH. cilia l.her Tone for a few cent.*. Taken Lips cracked through ao Many years
"'"I.m..l."h'n it come' into cnntmt oonful> and if it doetm't itminhton.10i and ? of experience and observation.
with sorer bile rnutlii-a. into it, breaking ; right up und make you feel linn sore Staunch and trim, a very challenge -
it up, Thin is whennti feel tliut and vigorous 1 want you to g<> back MENTHOLATUM L Jv
ae ti =
awful I nausea and crumping It011 tu the store and get your monpy. i (Editor's note Next tea. C
: week
are sluggish and,I "all knocked. nut," if limlnon'i Liver Fane in tltwtroying theall another
' your liver \is torpid and, lumiU rou.Uputi'il ? of calomel IM-CUURO it la real liver quicKly heals article will tell what Miss LeNoir has
.' < mess, coated, tongue, if breath l i. fwd it can not salivate or make you alck the burning test.)



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MAItCII 9. 11I2U.! : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA( I'MatWI9'

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W .C. T. U. COLUMN I jority will not be misled by their pre- Olive Hny do ....._.____._..?._.__. 70.00''' liaulcrson of Lake Butler, spent the to logo one of his< horses last week.J. i Jaohool ftimta, th..(vof Mioh y ear .to pay M!tIInt".t >
K>. l'ow,ll l dn sauo unit principal rash ,
U-nse. Certainly it is the barest proI C Hydorn: Janitor-::::::-- ::::::::::::: FI.oll': : wcek-ond hero with :friends I j L. Hnrrell was in Worthington bticoinp duo and imynblo.B. yt-ar M th* saw

II .1 W Whit A Son Inulil I 4. 0 ':' 8. MATTITEW8.:
I tonne. The wets are In a :frame of W H Rdwanln: wood: -- -_-_::::::::::- 10.011- '" I Mrs Truby Dyul of Long Crunch, Wednesday.' i>. E. KNiOHf. a.2at/-Sf
PROHIBITION 1'\YS1'lIlifornia \ J Thum t.-BChlntt UO.Oil is here visiting relatives and friends! Miss Lucile llarrell tho -- _
mind -- wan guestof
now to assent to any kind of Mar Mrklnney do --__-_::::::::::... 63.00DnlHy : I I'' ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

j ri'trulatlun! if thereby they might get Mouru do .......... ft&.OO: Mrs. W. S. Nabb, who has been: in her cousin, Miss 'Geneva llarroll, I In Circuit, Court. Blalo of Florid. _.._..,

was expected 1 to "(jo wet" Ih' .1 I, of booze legalized. Their lay I C 1.June slit I'lnnt vicld ii.hi-.::..-::-.-.------..-..- 2.70I Jacksonville for medical! treatment, is during tho week-end. .ImllelMl' Circuit, Bradford C ..mll!'. In Ch**.
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'hi"i fall if any Btata in the Union did. I g C June nici.l! ::::---:::--:::---. .-7,0 here idling" her daughter, Mrs. j Mrs Julie Chosicr: was the guest eery.Klninu" Murrher,
( (i'iiKVUu now. to submit to tho most \V'j
J wood __ __._..__ l.n
voted for enforcement Morn I Co.niilalnant
yI* it an law ,tri n cnt regulation/ would be'amus i Vlubrum Harrall lucid ..?_. 2.8V II. South |I ot: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cook Friday ,! vt I

which, by tho testimony of the liquor I inir of the effort to break down prohi- There being no iucther business. tne i Lynk !Mlllianin, of Loehloosa, spent afternoon. ,;111. K:, Murrhee.Defendant.' .

advocates themselves! is more strict i bitiur tverc not so dltermlned-Sloux board Adjuurncd to meet the first tho wc.'k-enj hero with his mother, | (. M.\ Andrea waR a visitor in Santa 'I' un1.1 ">" '""''""' ''y nlrlilnvlt. appended to the

in its provisions than the Volstead Monday in April, 1023.GRAHAM. Mrs. Josh Hall. | Fu auction Friday. j' filed' In the nlme-atated .a.... that C.
;; City (Iowa) Journal). "I I| K. Mui-rlu-a the defendant rlmrvln unnwil, lait
net This result Is as interesting I I j lU-v. Williams, of Sturke, preached. Mrs W. M. ILirrell nnd daughter, .ld"1 of tint..i of Plorfdn. and COBcrala -
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economically a it is morally. here lItllrdI1Y'night Sunday am) Geneva and cousin Lucile the hlmrelf no llmt proceaa of ubpinma. .....
SCHOOL; : were toot .bu aorveil cello him soil .la. over tha axe
California is the greatest grape I UIlETING: I Sunday night | Kucsts of Mr. and Mrs\ A Conloy on : of that tnulily.omv.nin It In tlierufore ordered/
a* d realdvilt. fandiint. lie and la hem
itat in the country. Its prosperity Graham March 9. Mrs. C. B. Rob Joe Williams und Iui.rnar: Jones motored Friday I j hy 'I1..I ) appear to the Ml) of wimnlalnt 'i
Board met in regular session March ,, tiled In eaiwion nr befonn Monday, the
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was built to an important extent on j| 1 | erts"AnnieVuod and L. G. Barry to Starko Siiturdny.Mr. I Mr. nnd Mrs S. C. Andrea wore pfd day of April. A. li. HUH. atherwlna Ih.

its wine industry. Californians pot I 15 with all members present, viz: L. nnd Mrs. A. K. Smith and dill'; the guests of the latter's! parents Mr. nllfiiattona, nf mid bill will bo taken ... cx.afiimed -
tho county .
business visitors to sold .
\V. were hy defendant.
only, produced wine, but liked wine. I,' Kicklitcr A. A. Hazen and L. J,1,! seat Tuesday. drun, nf Loehloosa, spent tho weckt' and Mrs. C. M. Donnison, <>C Midway || It in further ordered that tills oriler bapilbltHhi'd )

They feared tho ruin of the (wipe industry :Wynn. I' W. F. Burton, who is representingthe end here with relatives und friends! Leonard Cook was WortliingUm ,,,. wcelui In onto thu Hrndford A week Ci.llilly for four Tnleiirnph.tnnaueutire. .

by prohibition. \Yet the vineyards AlinutoH of"last* meeting read and of Birmingham Miss Manic hall left Monday. for Thursday wnnniH-r nuhl:; shed In auld county mod alau.
Tuscalosa Music Co., j I Thin rVhrunry 27. 1(128.lJ. .
have been more prosperous approved. II | singing Nahuntii, ja., where she will visit her I MI-H. M.\ L. llarrell wait numbered!I i W. Al.riKRMM.

than ever. Raisins und fresh snipes l Elections( were called for the following class here., Ala, is teaching n uncle and aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. \M. on thu sick list last week.R. i I
sub districts to be held April' Hoher ()n. C. Andrea waa business nryuy Cdrs;"
and unfermented grape juice have visitorto transacting
L. G. Barry was a business 'Z. ADK.NS.. !
brought and are bringing far more i,,10, 11123: Hampton Tuesday. I I.ittlc !Mildred and Hazel Morgan, in Worthinirton Saturday. Hnllclliir for (Coinnlnlnmit.!!' 3-a-fa-,1...

money than wine ever brought. | Theressa No. Managers, D. W. Frank Warren spent Wednesday in of Brooker, aro visiting their aunt, (!I Mr. Matthews, of Plant City, was I "NOTICK" '; Ole AI'I'I.IC'ATIIIN( FOR TAX DEKIt1'NHIK !

had Moore, G. W. Hinson, S. R. Swindel. Mrs.V.. H. Smith.A I in this section Thursday. KM IIU\I: ITS ill' 1IIK
That fact certainly a great,: deal
i Gainesville on business. 'I l.I\\ MtU. HTAIUThH:
j Hampton No. 2-Mnnullen. A. A. party was given at the homo of Hereby n11hcr., In when '
to do with the majority given for business visitorto \ I mat A. 1. "kln..
O. W. Dyal was a *
Ilurden A. A. Futch J. F. Houser. imrchaiii-r <.I'l Inv\ ..nileertilliatea nunilHndU.ft.
Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Saturday
Cary
strict enforcement on Nov. 7. And j Thursday. .IJI..dy. '111.1. Illx 127 1 147. 1m. IB". 1M,
I Hampton
Lawtey No. Managers J. n. I 1511, Itfl" '"I. l IN'l, loj' 2ii
ni ht. A nice timo was reported. 21ft.! 260. 20x:
in Ohio, also a big grape state, the R. W. Surrency was attending to Season for Rejolclna.UIj'hU' Issued, hy the lax colh-elor for llrndford cuunty -
Rowe A. If. Harley, J. L. Harren.I Cloud Brown motored to Stance on tell\ '.I l-lorlda. and c.-rtllleiitea .
same kind of vote was! cast on the : Bradford No. 8-O. W. Barry Wmillarrcll \business in Gainesville Friday.L. "'!.* '. *?*?. ","* "'I..I' ""' ...rllth'."" In BIT 1
| Saturday.Mrs. good grounds fur ,,1"1'"nlt In Its sorrow ,
0 sumo day. All moral questions aside, G. Barry motored to Hampton .lIlc. nail him rondo anidirntlon for In* IIM| av
C. M. Andreu. -Ovlrt.SK1OION. lo Inn inIn areonhmro ,
Miss with
Smith and daughter, law. Th said J
it has been found in both states that eertlllfiiti-a .
Friday on business.L. re tu-ctlvi Ivoihruce the followInu
I Ziff, No. 14-Managers: S. L. Prescott Louise, and Charlie Rogers and K. H. ,,,,,.1. In llrailford. County, Klurlda. a>-.
in other
prohibition pays ways than i J. W. Padgett, C. S. Kelley. J. Wynn, of Hampton, was a Smith of Gainesville attended the : ( SERIES IV MXl'TIST 5. .....01 nt HIP dale' of Ih. lanuanc of .,u-10 errtinialea -
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, fi those usually urged by reformers. : visitor here Friday.Mr. I tn I ilnniinioM rtapietively, hnn'Inator .
j Rising No. 10-Managers W. Saturday ClllMiCII i-nrllriilnrlv set forth
home of Cnrl to-wit
T.I party at the Wynn ; \
Oxnard (Cut) Courier. \ and Mrs. Frank Reynolds und : Celtlllci m No. IHU iMiihriieiall( : Nin-theaet
I I Crosby, It. M. Crosby, J. M. Brownlee. nitfht. l The file Fires quarter' of Sniitluai.1 quarter Went of Mo-
'' Violas Reynolds attended a party on wl'ek.for KI'u nr y liraneh, 1<... 12. 'In. II 8., It. HO E. -
WET PRETENSEThe : Brooker. Wiley Koburson left last Feb :25 I Salted/ With !Fire. "...... 0\.1| o. C. Johna.

]: Boatdratn, No. 17-Managers, E. Friday night near Nalninta, Ga., where ho will visit rel !Mar.1-Saved.1.Jy\ Fire.Mnr. 1 Certificate No. IDH .mh....,. South n..1,
Mr. and Mrs. James Reynolds! and Lot 4. Ih'.. 7. '''. 7 8.. It 21) Neat 4U acr. i.rivetd .
It!. Coleman, W"W.. Coleman, John atives.! ) ( U-Christ Flinging Fire \ I.. T Hliaw.Vrtlllinltf ,,
association opposed to prohibi- Prevail. I.. C. Smith were visitors to Starko Jacksonville ( N... U7 enihrnfa hits 4 and *.
tion which is trying to bring liquor Sirs. Nelle Crown of :Mar. IS--Tho Devouring Fire. see Is 'JP7 S? It. 20 K.. 120 aim. Aaiieea.Cerltllralu .
All above elections to be held at tho'' Friday. hi-ro on a visit with her sister Mi\ ...d C. N. Show.
back is careful to state that it is opposed : Avery lyal returned Friday from ( N... 147 emliraei-a Northwest v vI
lime .
Quinine it IHM.H 1"0 .
school buildings in their respective >i 'SIKH( I i' M.fliMapie
W. II. Smith. Ouniter ol Southwent ( II..rt.r.I"... in. '1'1>, '. .
to the re-establisbmC'nt of the districts. Long Branch, where: he has been employed and Mrs. A. K. of Its ton. mil i.ix' I'vu. p.!. j "H..II.' 21 !;., 4U 1em.. Amu-Mid it. l>, Kelly
/.lonn. It indicates that it has few Lynk Williams 11\1"] HHJMl Wl ININI. .UI i 1,11 I I. I i. ? Coleflnle Ni, 1411 emlirauea Houtlu-ant gnna
"' a plan A set of resolutions were handed I for the past days. Smith of Loehloosa, und :Mrs. \V. J. by nnvon" vltnout( ruti'-in.I, nri-vinii',m.M t Ire of N..rlhw..tlIl1rl.r or Bout hunt, Uiiaaler.
by which intoxicating liquor might be i Kev. and Mrs. 11. I yal were guestsat Ui (lit) '..-...1. LW.LSUt1.Sslownn: I "i 14.... a, Tp., 7 S.. It 21 1!:., |o ....... Ain
to the board by Rev. J. T. Barnes and Uoiierson motored to Starke Satur- tuned. M. 11. llnrrla.Cerlillcnlv .
distributed under state authority and filed for consideration. the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. -- MASTKUH HAI K No, 1AO emlil-acwl Northemt

supervision without tho evils that at- day. Notice I Ill In n by seven that uminl' Hnil by llliurtelof NIOrllnvut CJiiurler of Noulhi-iuit"
( Tho following bills were audited I Iyal. Doirim! Nuhb was n visitor over to Ilion of tlint certain Illml) iK-eree of for,. 'luarli-r A !Soul' Invent Quarter of Norlhwivt I
tended the saloon. The Kansas City. Capt. R. C. Heiberger and II. C. cloaiiri made, nod entered. on January. 2liih, I Ulunltei' uf Houtht-iiat jiiarler. 1'1.' -... A, Tn. T
and ordered paid: Brooker Sunday. A. II. I\I.I.I "y| Ilimondili-, V. lainir, .'.liuluvcuunty. I4.| R. 21 IC.. Jil aurna. Aiiaeaaipd Mra, Man
Star does not believe) that it ran be Genera! Fund I Humphreys, of Theressa, were visitors oor 'h....... Clrond, C1,1r, .l5 n n,l f or li I.1)'1 u u.,. i 11. hotniia..

done. It is the Star's opinion that Vfueoo Mltehvl! work _____________.__ R 78 hero Sunday. riiiridn. In Unit ciilnln CHUHO whereIn .CnHIMiHlo No. lrl vmhrnawi North Half rrf
8imim Tyuon do ______ ____________ 5.001 WA'n n\lII.I.: Adam Driuiiiin In roiiii-liiinitnt, UlhJ.\ J. ""I h"ol Dliiivlcr ("r Northeast Uunrtvr Mot
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any place where intoxicating liquoris Fred ClinKC do ______. __n_ ___________ 8.00 ,, Miss Ruby Dyal and Irving spent tiimulinni and' Armiiiihi Cnifrlmin( dt-feml-. U Ill,. 'In 7 H., It. :21 l.: 20! D...*. AMMMIMK| V."* (
nnla. 1'nylor.
8 S Flow Unit leaching. ____________. SOO.nO ,
sold 1 is certain to be a saloon and Inn Whit. do _n__________._________ $0.00 Sunvlay with friends! near Brooker.W. Wllh'rmillIal"eh: O.-Dr. Mann, of will loll fur citHh. In the h Mhe.t Milder. In Orlillinln. '' No., !M emhrssu. Rimtlirmil I
ta generate the evils of the saloon, I'h..n.f"lh.w.! do ___._________..- Hit 00Ilhixln F. Burton will close the sing og front, of lli", cmirthimnn dinir In H..., .. Mrml.mil Dunricr, ,'. n'' ..Ni if Immt' Quiit-ier of NorlhvutIIIIIMIII I
llonnott do _-__________.--__.- 4ft 00 Luke llutler, .was rt caller here Sat- ( county Mnriitn, on Mondtiv the 2nd, ilnvuf '' 1'1. III. 1'1"| 78. It. 21 K.. 1(1( oureo.i .
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whatever its name may be. The Lincoln A O .Icnkmn do ______._____.______._ 811.00 Friday night, \beginning promptly at April A. l>. ltu.l( durum thu leual i huiim.if 'iihi.nl Linhnuwn.OrtlltrHIo 1
8 !' Ji-nklnn do ____ _______________ 411.00 urday. ."h.| for the. tic rpwu', or HMllnfyiiiir mini. N. lilt iiniliraar. South half utSiiulliuutl
Journal is of the sumo opinion. !M I. I'nul do _______u_____________.__ 41100 7d3The() public is cordially invitedto Hiss Laura Carter, who has! been "4(1'11 .di-eree, till following, real tralnta in tlimrtnr. nf Huuthwua4unrler, rliw.I .
If there is In operation anywhere on .loalo, Ki-lli-r do __________.__t_._.____ 4000( attend. There will bo special music Jtrmlfurd. cniinly.' l-'londn. ...-wll : I(7. Tn / H II. 2'J.I ,. ZO scent AanviM
C K Kfllty) do .______________________ NO ((10 visiting in Starke, returned! homo on 'Ihu North Half of the Nnrlhwrr Qunrti'rof Unknown.
the face of thu earth a system of distributing H ri Wiggins .mlnry iu.pt ...________ 150.noH and singing. I tin. NurtliiHHl. llo."I.r..r tin SuuI xrx.t West 11 t:: iI.urNH.uW} ; ::., embrawa, : Went hell 'J ,
H WlirKirm Incid _____.__________ BIO l-'rld.iy. Uuarler of 8< .>linn 'IVt-nty-ali ((2*)} 'I"..II.hh. I lul ... Cjiiirt..f. H,-.. U. Tti.
liquor which works out even I. W HickliUT board- nrrvlce ________ 420', "" Misses Iva Culson und Pearl Green Mtn. ''B') fliralh.' KIIIIKO Twenty-two Ea.l. eimlumfnir 1 S? K. J2 K. 10 ..c,. ., Aairamid. J. M. II_

a fairly decent result, the fact has I. J Wynn do __...__._____,_____.___ S,40 i SAMPSON: CITY .. ( Five ecru. morn nr lfai Icr. I
A A Jliim-n do ___.____________..__.. 8.00F | spent last week at Long Urlilgo visiting ) 1':. KNIGHT.A. 1 LVitmrnte No IKI fniliriirim North Itnlf. irf
escaped attention, the Lincoln paper : M ....h". tiiunl service .____________ A Kit \ Cnson. rREWB.H"l'''"" "..*" 'lu C""CeryH. NinlliiHHl IJ.mrl.T of Soulhrnnt IJunrlur ..n their {rit'n.lIillll Viney ( S. ; lhiviiiinrli r of Houtlt llnlf of Nnrthrlwtqunrtrr
N H Hull brlrk __ ____ ._._. SB 00
affirms. The saloon will not be brought Uniflforcl Co linnk Intorn6 ___.._.... 8M2.'!'! Sampson City, \March 0.-G. Wynnof J.River. K. Turner was a visitor to New ",..I IP i for for Cumiitattntnl, :V2-Bt-'U1i\ : 1 It uf .Soulbeaut. luiirtvr. "Kmi.' 21' .1....
t ; H. 22 !': 2: > cna.. A..d| C. It SnIo, n
back by any indirect route. Neither "I It Diivin bond for aupt und dim .._. 10,00 Jacksonville and little daughter, ("cillllcnlv N... ...
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Connuim-m Lbr Co. foment ___._.__ 8.7ft Thllrs<1ny. MrAltlilAN'M' Nf'rl'R'Ill' "ml-.LI/ KKAI: I.8- I IHI: arnbr. Southwei i
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will the impossible undertaking of motored here and the TAI'K! UiiniUr of H Sub Fund. Tholma spent '
I' L Tnntniier! tenchmir. ____.______.__ 71? OO \Mrs. J. 1!. Thomas and daughter' Iiu court nf County Jutlut' Stud'' uf I-'In r 1."In nf Noel hw.t qunrtrr| cif Holit Invent jtiaruw
partial prohibition bo attempted. But W 0 Puvnl I dr. > _________.__________. 02.80IIII. week-end with his sisters, Mrs. w: Rhode were here'ednesday" un.llll'-! iJrmll'nrd County. v Niirtliwmt Quarter of Norlliwcjit' jnart.iri "
___ __ In ru u i.(,iw of Jutm'M M MII.w"lI. dit ASs- Houlbwmt Quarter, Hue. UU,, 'I D. B tt., Ik
>, isn't it touching, the perfect hatred 10. Worst do ____-'____ ___ 27T.O J. Roberson and J. N. Thomas. 10. '.
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Ooll llnll di. ___ ______._________... 27 BOHi inens. .aaiid;: ( It. Hanp.Vrl :: .
that tho wets now have for ho saloon sale MeOnider do _______________._ 7000 Ed Swearingen of Gainesville, visited und childrenwere Notice IN hrivtiy given to nil whom li nittyamirim C .heals.\. Nil. 20i unbraoea boat Half a/ )
1",1 IS.
\\\IrK. Viola Thomas thnt I I. Ma 1>. MIIKWH|| ,u ."....h.n .I giinrti of Haul boast guarlnr. Sec.
i1J flurmiy Hue dr ______ _____._ 05 00
? Perhaps they will be able to Mildred l Crosby do .__Uh-- ___._-. -_ fln 00 friends here Saturday. visiting relatives in (Juinosvillo ..f .Innrn, Maxwell. Jtilln Mnxw.*ll, limits II. .'lo 1 AH.. It :r.' K.: M ....... AaneuieOMU.

'' deceive some of us but the great ma lKnhi-1 1 Kullen dn __ ho____ HU 00li'B Misses Addle Mae and Jessie HelloI MHX *i-ll and l 1(4 tKici'n Mnxwull nilni>m, will Mlnnln V. lUndley.firtlllriitit y
of last week. No UU4 enibrnri. lota II and r.
.liThnmiii do .. ._. part ,
85.00 '
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m thu :.HiiTi Inv, uf Mnrcli. A. l It. 111211.rTiM.l'yto Kill 27 In h. 1'. A Co'a add to Stark tWM.
I Mr. and 1 \Mrs. Ja'c-k Good "e nro receiving Urn Hononibln R. A. (.....-n, Cnunty Jinluo 'Ti| II H.. 1 U. M:. Amu-aied: I'. M Kluin.CVrlltlrale I .
In Hnd fur mi. d l county, at din oltlim In HtHrtFlorliln <.. No, ( cmlirai I ,Hlk IUI In U
""' -" --- ....-" -- .. ponirratulatlons over tho arrival i in odd l county .t 10 o'clm'h A. M., '1'. a Co'. >lll. "Iv.I...... 2H. ''I'll a S., It. a11..
-'r", : nf :u..I''W'.. "" .. .: H'1.". .._ -1''__ .. : \.ni ..nl l(. M. ICIIeraon.I'erllllealv : .
-, ... ._ '>It -. ,_. p of a son, born March 3rd.1.JUtAIWOUJ or n. noon tlirnfiiftfr n. the mnlt>r can Imhrtint
for authority. Ui Boll, at pulilia nr nrlvnltf Ni. Vllll emlim..* Ik(1llhwntH.usIt .
f aide, tin until niinum liilvrviit' no- "', of Norlhwuat. Quarter. I H.'O.! 10, Ti">. f
) Ntwifril fur tttirli minor nnd a fuurMovimUuiunilivMt 22 t:.. 411 acres Aaiuwieil A, J. CrifTIarertlllralo ..
> .| liiU i. HI In all In the r..lI"wllllt I it| >_ No klll: embraen Houtliwealunrttrr
crilii'd. rviil ......1... In unld county, to-wit.: <) ..r N"rlt'w..1' gunrler, Hue. II, Tp. t
COMMERCI JOB I (.mm'n.III" nl limn N"rlhw..I Cornitr nf I I H. It 22 10. 411 ..._. .Anaeaaed. III IV. IMiaa-:
_ Bradford, \March U.-Word was received ","lhw..1I".r, of Ncuthwmt itnnrlvr. nod beth C. (irliria.llntina .
that Mr. and running limes South throe hundred Uly-, I iiulil,, oerlirtuali-a abnll l Iw reilm>nto4nraordinir
hero last week niv furl !I.. I Inrlirht of w.y of (.rurulu I Houthrii to Inw., tat dMd. will damn thereon
Mrs. B. I"'. Hayes( of Marco are receiving A. lottdii' IIAII....... 'thimcu Kimi lhrv .n I hi' ith:! dAY of March A. U. IHU.I.Witneaa \ :I.
hunt red f41 thenru Nnrth five hundred ttftyIUi my offirlnl alirnatur* and seal thai'
I I6Py PRI SMTING congratulations on the birthof r -H. tlu'npiWt'Ht (Ivo hundred Ilfly fret" Mli ilu >i>f "I'ubruary A.. I). U2.I.|\
mare or I*.. to ixiint of livfitnnlnu( In the, U W. AI.DICUMAN.nll }
P a daughter.C. (tout h went Wuiirt of tliu Nort hwvut (junriifrf .,.... Clerk i Circuit Court,
M. Andreu had th' misfortune Section( twiniv-nlno tnwnddp.nvrn Suulh. 2.-rl.H.U llrailf.ini' ('..unly. .KlaOK ,
._-- ,.f Kunuv tivt ""!*., non or* !Im.Al. 11 Fit; I-OK I'Ulll.irATlON!
\< ." thai i.orl.uo .A.m.D.Q. ar inuiltwvHt Quurtvr or tit. Nt rihwi' t gunner
*. .uilfpliil Clieuit llrn'irunl i'ounty in <'I hnw-
if Hurt on t wntyitinit' T'twnnhlp 'VI'n.,
''oiiih of II.."... Emit followiorimiimclnic .ry.
V4 ""* twvnty-two MI Hullo. |Ixlwrry Addison
ut H punt on tint North nidi* nt Cuniplatiniint,
, : limn M-orwitt Houthirn A. Morldii ICnilroni) rurhtVHV
I c3: Inactive r \ I thnw hundrnl flit real of Hcvtioti line JV. Addison v. I
I: E theme ruimlntt. hint: four Itundn and ,fltut ,, n Defendant.

thnncti run North flvt hundred. nnd. ultrhlytw It Hiipi'ftrliiir by nlTtdnvIt uppund0d ft th-
o fj.l th';nrc running:: 'f1v-. forty::; elwhl hill, n.t :| Itr tho: ntHiv._Htnt Ml 1 anus. thni J. W
1 111 1 Ihric I tunnliiK South hundr.l'el iih- Addison, tlm .l.r.. Liver ; dY-tWn f.vt .to iKilnt of 'ln.Ki nlnir.. contttnlntftiwt .
: 1; CARDS d iirrun, morf or less. tin of Iht Unit Btnlw|in pfHH uf Hnr vf ,miluiiMfna<4u, and Rotit CHnrm!.*..UliliiiHilf

Which niipllrntlon' will b. biuiuil upon, the
41ci I l-ic served) un<|i hun and IN ciwr ttw nira iltwonlyMinv
D < ''Minn( for uuuh n.l. now on til. In odd 1 yvurft ; It U thiirrffirn untfrvtl that

,. POSTERS "I| have had trouble with ""limVu iinl riwltlitnt' fli'Nmilnnt. lit unit In hujviiy. nMiihtxl *.
; Fcb. a? A, n. inaa. 1 tu tin hill tif, flli-tt
J2 Hiipmr b i omnitlnmt
inactive liver wrote Mrs. ID* \XWM.L.Oimnllan
an tD U. M In KMii| ran. on nr h".r. Munilny th. 1tn4
t. S. Nichols of 4412 Spencer fttj of .lame, Jells* Jtiimtq Hnd li01xrasJd.awell day or April, A. I>. 11128. oth >rw.n, tli*' ll*.
ENVELOPES ,, Minor. t-2-r.t-i-'l: ( : :: '
II irntlunH f d hit) wilt Intuhfti oonff 4
: t> nn mi t*
Y St. Houston Texas. "When r .__ __
| by .,,III (lofvntlnnlII r
I would constipated I would ()IU>KII FOIl PI111J'ATION In further nrdadd,' l that thtu ortli-r' b<* tiufcllNhud '1
BILL HEADS 'II get Inc7 In rinrtiK lour,. Htntv of Tiered K'wtithJttdiclul fur four cnntirf uUvo. WI>.CIN| In tlm Hri<*-
-. feel a light, dizzy feeling In my B> Circuit. Hind ford 0..11011III chim- funl Co..nll.I.nh."h., H newspaper| piililwiv*

't; NOTE HEADS ; .. head. To RCtup in the morning M. eery.vita. I,. ltitifd. liolnif jnlnr-tl' \hy ..d'IIilK In sold l.-l.nmry..IIII"LI.1,1.81 1. /11:1:1.)/ ... *

1'with a lightness in the head and O W. W. Mnlndcn. her hiwlmndand ? II. W. AI.DrLHMAN.:
!If'- newt frli-nil, ('ti'rk rifwult ''0..'"
/* a trembly feeliinx is often a alga\ Coniplftinnnk lly C. A. KNICIIT.:
WINDOW CARDS V;2 stomach of order. VI l HP' Hit Ihimly Clark:
the out
'* that is 1C ir.ivmanil' Mn 1C. ItiiymhU .... .\. /. ADKINM.HnllrlU.r .
For this I took Tlictffonl's J wiO. fur Con.ptuliltMit.. I-21.Vt-n-il
SHIPPING TAGS iwfendnns. -
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it j Black'DraiixM. and without a It Hcm-itrlnif, hv nfTI'Inv RI.p.n..1. \n tin" MIIIIK Of SALE: <>K '1ll.ll"o.I'll' NIX: I'ICI
can I have never multi algid In limn Hl ov-iitnt >d. CHUM, ihnt J, It. IKS'I1 TOWN! (>!' BfAKKK IIIINIIH!
LETTER HEADS I rjj doubt say rt ''luynra and Ida K. Knvniii. hU wife the d ifnntiintfi II.... hy nollne, I. given thut the surd .rfhond
/4 found its equal in any liver II ltu>ri'in nnrnnd. tin* non-r*,.Ui| nt. u..fIhr trunl'ia. ef Hie rown of Hlarke.. Honda.v .
cleans MtfiU. of rloridn.' nnd lh-y nr. rHidhntMr ,II itiiivi' ..,...1..1 blda for .purehnine, of
(.A medicine It not only J2J. ., Wii"rnm Hmifaiifl c.tunfy.. 1 Hti.'H,' of N",,'Ii Mil,nun,i'H' of water und I.lKht Plant Imnile
the liver, but Irnvca you in such a> rnrnllnn, und. thi-y .r. *..ch over the Mtt. oftwrntyoni f tin. Town uf Hlnrke. Florida, up to ana
t& I yeses II IN thi't-rfor ordctvi) that n lo.llIu 'I'' 4th duy of April, A l n. 19.41.!
C.ia: ; good conjitton.. I have used aid noti rnldfiH. dtfcrldnntti tir arid nni lirra -<'iild Inutile Sri to he dated' the Iliad .uip' of

it a long tune food does t. hy r**,iufrid to .iHMi.r to (S.> hill .if mmtfluiritIfil 'lolv A. \\t tW\! and are to lie In the dinuuu.
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)jvhen ...- \in said l cmin on fl' I""nr.t"n.l.y "IMIJnd "lion, nr II."O".U"" l l ...',10. and tu III ai Intermtif
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CJ not seem toi!I't w.-ll'', or the dnv of April. A I'| "I''21. othitrwlfe thff t'.i' rate of II use itenl per annum nayahl*
.. ... .1".U..n. of nil< 1 I bill( will||| )w tmk-n. an con,. mil aim' ul'v' "n Ihs heal duy of January
p stomach; n a little!I v>ur. a.i-: bread. tir sold UrfnndanlM. md each year with Inlenat enujiiin.of .
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'I 4.i It in further ord.rfd 'Unit( thto onlir, h. (,,,h. N: ....tr.'I: : \ iirlncliml' ; 1 and lnti-re: sad
'i.h..1' nnr*. n week for. four ronnpoutivw w..>kIn ands err puynhli at ibis llanov 101111111.
wf '. I K.J. 11 1tI t U the Mrn'lfonl C..unll'I'. li-upunh n n*>wiimr -. ,,,k. In (thi, i-ltj and atal' of New York.
'iulltnhv l In mild fnunly und slate offered for dale totil
'I lie amount of bonda
"Our Work is the Best1 \ : : Thin. rcbrunry 28. 1027. ,'mid' IHI and tha prlno ,pal of anul bonrtahnll
I ( l t ; : ..tA <; W A'.I'I'R'It\N.' : \he dun and payahlu, fiOnillld II,.- flrM
1 i.. ('lurktrod( (Court lay of -Inly. .a.'h year, hi-Rlnnlntf with IU1A.
a+1 .l Jci Hy C. A. KNHilirl : und anduitf wear 1U4J. Illda will be ......|......
II :> ('!.rk. up to two ..'.Iu.k p. m.. on April 4th 1420 I
\ S. 'PEWS.r! II hldilera are required to depoait. ( with C. A.
it i. n'tLBLAcKUAUcI1Ti the slim for Complainant., a-2.ffi0-ntt fi'ulrh clerk of tha .board of bond trimleea nC
2;) -- rlnrtdn, certified' / heck
: ---- the town of Ktarli. a
f NOTKK TO Clfl/KNfl! fir ll.unlllin. aaid cheek to .be mad payable
Notion ,lit hrrrliv U-IVMH( to th. e'(I..n. of 'in 'Jen. tJ. Whit, treaaurar of the board or'hn.1
x I I! PrndfnrJ county MorlHa. that wf, the ender trnateea nf tha town of Stark, t ln>-
I tinnvl.( will Intrmluu hill In the Itt'Jt .... Id..
iton of lh. Iru'nlalur. of th. Sate of Flop, ell hlddera ahnll specify. tha U.... wlthfa
I liver M2Lhcine.q rI ,da. firovfdinw for Ihw rvfundmir. of all out.tandinir which th* blddura will 1 comply' with the lerma
i nrhool. Ind.bledn'ws nf Raid roitnty.fwpri thereof afternotice la given hy the Mid clack
*nt..d by oiitwtand nIl not. ....1| Nm.nrrsnta if the koaril of bond truiU-oa Hint dull.er'
PII4. '" .. nf th. Iwiard of publta Inntruetlnnf f Ih bonila can li* niadit. ..
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I Ilradhrri rnunty. Florldn. af1:*>r.f.h.7r nmrattt ( rt In..1 cheoli ....c..r..1 t" ahoVe la .. -
I rD.D. w5.G '
iy lJ i portion. nf Union; Count V.: aid( .e..h..1, aa u guarnnU. of full iompi'iaith -
I n.hl..oIn.. I I. *lr lu rt.'t th.r.from. and' whichldrHtrrtnr the ,hilt .uhmltted. and In the event oficceptanc
BRADFORDCOUNTY .. ..r Mmdf'tr-1 aunty, aftvr JHii of .1I"h bid' and the (, on th.
.IIUnion ...uoty'. portion. th.r.rfrom, part of tho* bI.l.ler. lo comply N hire* term*
To Stop a Cough Quick lul.roahnatn| the silo nf 140,000. Rlvfnir th.. therenf, arnn hull b. conalderad aa luiuldaMnmauea

like" HAYES' IIEALING WJNE." a I "bard .uf FInrlda.nuhl Instruction uthorlty to of dude said, Hradfoidflounty. and avllirvoiiMlilv and. ... retained( by the board, of bond"fTnTtown

i.urth mndicino which.Htnps! tbocouKh tyu.iulmil ( nonda of aaltl Bradford. county In of Ktark. bonus ara b. he I.....-.*
the inflamed Q irritated luuiwt. h* airvrMrar ...m of **ld lnd-btdn. wh1*. ,
' ImmlN' Ntiall "Lea not man than six l pop ..nl'' 'or '"neTarr'wnr'kaTnT'eTe't'r". .. VA JSH
: A box of GROVE'S -PE. -.TRATEI 'I Interest p.r annum payalilv avntlannually.nnd of"lh"Tfowi"o"War".. Horldo. Said bonsSr.

I ;ALVE fix Client Colds. load (olds end) lu .K* fMiiiml In .....1.. nf not more thnnthrt to be lots for not baa than par.
enclosed with buiUa ofIfAYIS' thousand tlnllara arh. tht flrat series .. la "b aold' with the app.I"' "
l I" every .n" ar .
soup salve of salt "bfinda tn be mad du.. ami 1>......1. on up nine of M....... Storey. Thorndlke. 11 aimerlloditn. '
1IEAIJ.NG HONEY. Tho th* first day of Au''uat. A. D. 1 24. and on* bond nf lloebm Mana.Th. .
TELEGRAPH \ houlil be rubN on the cbent and thrnutt I mrlra: irf ta d. Immla' to b. dim and pavabl on A : allorneya of truatee. rwrrw

children suffering from a Odd lit CrounTha I th. ftr until .11 soil Indebtedm
th..rl.>r. aha .aid board' of iMind trualeea
I h..Un.1'/ '''''' of Hnyea' llrallnK llnney Intlda .. here fully paid. .nd atlafld. which bonds i'i'"o of Ih";. .. florl'Chairman 'I ,:.
tha I hroait dimbUied with the healing..(ku't .jlro 'j art to "K** a lltin. m all ta FLORIDA iO-Hen-Irate halve" ibruunb tba (urea of I i old Flradfurd, snunt". Florida. "",1'0 b* paid' of th. Board of Ifam.l Trv........
STARKE, Ilia akin anon uto&a a uouah.Both tuit of the *.n.ral school. fund nf std nrml- Town of Htark. Flares
remedlea. are parked In poa otrtoo .nd the ford county Florida' / to b* ralMtd by taxationrach
act of I1 .oorobliwxl Uealroeol, U;Me. f yiar. hy a.icfialni. all taxHbl tirnprythpof. AU..t('.I A. KUTCII.
I and rwiulrtnir th* nald board of nub* of Bond Tr..t..
HAYES Boanl
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II* Inatruetlim of aid Tlrailfvpil county. HOPIda. CLrTuwe nf Utark. i .a.n.s.FRIIAY
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1 ', Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hunt. urday. great length of time if the sermon of In this cause, tha title! lo which la aouaht
against the above
be iiulrtad defendanta a2imrlklilarly
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Y I Mr. Collins, of Clay county, was a Mrs. P. P. Dekle and Miss Norma the average minister is the chief at- : dtaorlbed aa folluwa. to.wi.
.JIZ! : Norlh..., Quarter of the Southweat ,
-- business Visaur here Saturday. Dekle called on Mrs. D. I. Blume on traction. Thus if it is made the supreme Buction: 15. TownshIp .S South. Ranua nutrr. ,M-

'I Mrs. O. K. Prince and children, Isabel Thursday. motive for church-going, it is wmt bunt. Quarter Alao, a nf triangular lIoulh.: ..,portion Quarter of or Non!,,

1 and Marvin of Tampa, are here a menace to the church. One suggestion Million, Townahlp and range lylnir wiat uri nt'
I I Items ill. hark and 1-awlt.y public
News
: ruail. anil U.Jtainlmr
County for the week with friends and rela I HIGHLAND is that churches should be 0 and 13 aorta. more or I... r ,_
tives. I constructed primarily for worship, liaillciilnrly. decr bed aa befrlnnlnir lit .?_.
ttr of aalil road on North Una of aaiiu,
.i -- Mra. Youngblood, of Theressa was for A building which Krribid Quarlir., ( thence run West
w'-p-;: : i not hearing. 114H* t,
G. II. Barber
I ; OuJ made a business trip to thu Northwt'Bt, corner of paId North Jt
fact Gathered Durliiii tim shopping here Monday. of the Divine on the '
Int rc tlntf to Jacksonville Thursday. produces a sense ( u"rt.r, of $aoullim Uuarter./ thence ''. mh,
Rciular Correspondent Mis. (J. V. Knittnt ia spending this 1 worshippers is of greatest help to ,the 717 fut to cinter nf sad road tlu-nc. ,
C. E. Mann of Jacksonville, representing Htinluht line to point of britlnnlnit. il.iT j
t
week with relatives in Valdosta,' Ga. preacher. Another suggestion/ is that bi'iiliinlnic at the tioulhweat corner of Ro,,",,.

I rr --=-_ --- ----- --..:;;.1Ptor,.".-: ___ M -M*.---*'--J 1 Alias Daisy Moore\ of Theressa, was 1 transacting Remington business Arms here Tuesday.Co., was the services should be more for the ,and lint (Hanitithence unrt.r. of Snuthwt'at run Kaat Quarter on Sfltlon Tow .hia In,,

-- -- visiting here Saturday. of the congregation, especially ,, ,HI'" fitt I hence North 680 feft, thence Kn|
I approval of the entire community, : J. W. Evans, of Jacksonville, made participation fin fitt. thenoo North *_4 dirrtta Kuat I' >,
LAWTEY I J. W. Vvatterson and have .. ,., ?
family the sacrament of the Lord's Ninth I In* of .id Sonth. Quarlc .r
and it is truly hoped that it will not a business trip here Saturday. HnulhwiBt Quarter lliunce W..& V60 fct
ta
-r-- had as their Mr. Walterson'sniece Lord has :
guests, where promised
be long before this long felt need |: G. II. Darker and J. L. Johnson, Supper our Nurlhwixt cornur of .ahl Quarter ti 1C,
Lawtey, March O.-C. F. Barber, of Mrs. W. E. Ferguson: and her to be especiallypresent.. Another In on Wcat line of said Quarter to nt
vill be reality. were. visitors to Jacksonville Friday.Mr. of bmlnnlnir.
Hacclunny: was n business visitor to a i husband, of North Carolina. They suggestion is the observance ot the I Wit,,... mv .nd aral nf anld court
h1I
and Mrs. Hamilton
Godwin and
ila the alt day March A. D. 1023.t. .
7 Lawtey Monday and Tuesday. and Mr. Wutterson have gone to l>u1 Christian Year. There is something .. W. ALUKUM\N
lUtOOKEIt children, of \inter Haven were greet
,. Clif Brown came up from Gaines- j I .i.'cum to visit.! WuUerson'a sisters overwhelming in the hought that on :'lcr''f Circuit Court for BrauTnril c.ylorlda. "":'ntj.D .
]' ing old friends hero Friday and .
{I .illo arid spent the week end with his there. a certain day or season a common C. A. KNIRHriSpal
Dr. and : G. W. Brown. Urookcr, March 9.-J. W. AndrewsJr. ti. H. Hull visited his son, L. B. Saturday. Mr. und Mrs. Godwin were churches. ) Deputy Crk
'(,I ; parents, Mrs. of residents of Hignland several theme m presented in various P. .;. KNIGHT. '
; Mrs. E. E.. Burney, and children, Starke, wan transacting business Hall, of "Center Hill, this week. years.L. The sermon should be but an Incident Holkllor for Com phi:riant. 8- -ui,(.4
13. Ward made l Business
with here one day last week. || E. A. Kennedy of Lake Geneva who a trip to -- --
to
Tnt from Saturday Monday a part of the service which iashaped -
Messrs. N. T. Kitch and S. R. Jacksonville Friday.
teacher in school tALL TO O.VIKT TITI KIn
r relatives in Jacksonville. walt lotmvriy a our for the worship of
I. : Johns, of Starke, were attending to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, primarily the CII"",,,' Court for Bradford County
i Enoch GrifTia was transacting bus! visited our town Tuesday. God. Florida, In Chancery.
1 business here Friday. I'I Misses Ethel Kicks, Beth and J. H, Wllllama, I
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. and
in Jacksonville Friday. Bugg son,
nnss '
1 I
Complulnant.
Winifred Wimberly and G. H. Barker
)
Mr. life insurance
Hawkins agentof
D. L. Jr., who have been the guests CLERGYMAN v.
AN ENLIGHTENED
John Moscley of Maxville was a I 'motored Baldwin Florida Land and Immtnra-,
visitor here Sunday. Gainesville, was transacting bus!. *'_. 'inrir's parents, Mr. and Mrs. to Sunday. I I Tho(inn Company, a Corjiorat.j I
W. G. Crews Visited, relatives at
l ness here Thursday. W. L. ct al. I
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan, Miss Bngg, have returned to their I'lant I Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen left on Di.fi'ndnnta. I I'to
I Messrs T. C. Hazcn and R. A. .-.., (city.Mr. i City Sunday. Bul Mr. I'M. Clary and Mr. Ed Inry. .....
Ollie Marr and Miss Myrtle Reddish Weeks spent the latter part of lastweek and II. C. Wimberly, Jr., Island Grove Thursday for Tampa where Dr. ....nIM nf Illnckfnot. lilnho : Mra. W H, II. ;,.,
Mrs. M. Watterson
Jt of Starke visited relatives in town I L. have spent Sunday hero with relatives. len will preach to a Jewish congregation unit I Mr. W. U. Haynpa who reside at Vkilnlia
I on a fishing trip. been business visitors to the state iiomla : dricnilnnU.Greet .
Kunilay. 4 Mrs. II. C. and Miss in the synagogue tonight.A !naa
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children"ipcnt Wimberly
metropolis returning tioirij last Monday You and. each of hvrrbx,
lire n.ni mlto
Mrs. John Howe, of Kingsloy.wos several days of lust week with Ethel Ricks we're shopping in the Baptist minister preaching to htt unil to ,, 'rI'b,-ra tho JuiW, ,' t,
tlio, guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.. ? I I Jews, is something very unusual, but ('If.iit (ourt for the Elxhth Juillciii' ,'
relatives in Sturk'e.Mr. \v. L. Bugg was a business visitorto metropolis Tuesday. j jI nf Florid in nnd fo* Bniilford Coun DIhr
A. 'A. Smith. .. Futch of Stark nothing out of the way, for we are : IMIl iluv of April. 102.1 nt I lie count, JH
was transacting Starke this week. I I In old roun'y. In StnAi*. Flnrlfta.. to< an ',r
Kev. and Mrs. E. Kelly, of GlennSt. I all children of the Lord, no matter in
business here lust Friday. I Frank of TI1EKCSSA I n )till) or complaint; exhibited airainat yot' lami.I
Mary. visited relatives here. sun Abernathy Graham, was what aspect our respective creeds court by J. II. Wllllnrne.I .
Marguerite Ehriver spent several transacting business here this week. I Tilt' ItrntlfoMl County 'lelvwraph.'' a i.) t Ifi
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view Father. !:
day.Clyde days lust week the guciBt of friends I W. I':. Daugherty' of Starko, will : Theressa Maren 0.-O. D. Moorer: may our 'i County.mVB nl,Klorldn r tmhliKhfd la hun n uv iliaiKnalrdif Htarkc. Bra4
Some Dr. Bullen in
Rowe Bryant Reddish and time was ,
ago ,
in Starko. ,; preuch/ at the Christian church next returned to his home in Jacksonville ua n ti'* in which this notice ahull bi ,ibrH''tl >
inMr. Turn and liecamu with l Tor Tour conMcrull wveha
Clyde Moseley! spent Sunday !! acquainted ,
Mi145 Nora Aklria of AUchuu, spent[ aunduy mOl nUll| and eveam:;,. Monday alter spend.ng tho past two 'I hi* land d bcribi d in the bill of com
.1I1 l\sonvillc. a 1 pivminent Hebrew business man In ,' ,'. fii' II l w 1 > ,
and several days hure last week relieving I A. A. Ujrdc.i transacted, businessin weeks at the home of his brother, H. theio. This Ted I ho :.'r.1:3": :A>;nni,t I 111.. ahni ilifiind'tnir'i B
and Mrs. I. A. Marr to
acquaintance mIre
I 1'. C. Jlaen, depot agent. I IIT I btaike; Tuuudny K. :Moorer.Mr.; 'i ", '11.1' dn cribed an follow. to.wlt
children visited relatives in San, 'rson iiinl 1 he was treated l hy the Jews with I i Nor In ".t ll_,"' !"r of the !Southwi'Ht: u>IK Is here hnvo received card Mrs. Holder, of Thercssu, was abE and Mrs. E. S. Sibley returnedto i' **. Burton; If>. 1'jwnnnin' H 9nuin. Hlt. :;
(Sunday.Dcmpney<< I the utmost kindness and courtesy. lie 'act. i>n a IrttinKulnr portion or Nr L
nmmiinrinf the nnrrliura. of Miss M>l- t niiu-ss visitor hero this week. their home hero after visiting his I ,
< 1 trr nf Si'iilKnHt
went ]ui WiiHftrr'Mfin
shown the interior of
Kdwards is trllnlll\ctlng* mb 10 Lou Pinholster of Jacksonville, Mrs.. J. Priest returned to her J parents, Air. and Mrs. L. G. :Sibley:; of was a syna-1 I I TownHhlD ii,nil runirv, lying vII '
tuHincss for a few weeks in Lakeland. /tfuftue; and he remarked, jukinrly, ,,, Sinrlo' nnil I.nuUy public ..."tl. at >'
to Mr.. T. C. Clemons, of Miami. Both home here Monday, after a visit with i iitnam Hall, last:! week. I ia nin i-"i i l.J ncrtn. mora or IUHI xT
J. C. Uoodfcllow! who Is located atM June that: he would like to preach in that ; ;,'' lynn:ilmcr bed na bi'frinninir Ht ,nit
young people were once residents her Misses Blanche Humphrey and
son, Emery Priest of Green Cove .
,
Liikelnnil the line temple. His nnmedi- f nf Mtitl I ron on North IIn of niirrrilird
during/ strawberry sea of our town, and the entire Springs. Nealie Youngblood visited friends in company (luiirter. thunco run Went 61 IK ,
his home; here intited him to do and tho Northwritt ....'n.r. of aald
Bon, spent Sunday nt ,ately so were 'in Northw.**
community join in wishing them every J. n. Johnson and family, accompanied I'utnum. Hall Saturday. i.tirirltr or Sniitheart Quarter thence !''Iii rth
visltinjr hi.., family. happiness. I| Charlie Owsley visitor so earnest that Dr. iljllen accepted. | .l 17 fift to ctnter of aaid road. thence tin a.ttraluht
B. J. was a
over
by Prevail of Starke .
,
line to point or beicinnlnir. Also,
He had I
Paul Dinklnn of Jacksonville, wastranlml'tlnA' no compunctions to overcome,
Alwyene and Marcus lIazen were aro upending this week hunting and to Hampton Saturday. / I' btiKinnlnir at tho Sonthwtiit cnrnur of South,
; business here Friday. for he has no prejudices toward other < HKt (iuarter, of Southwent( Quarter.. Townihipnnil ,
,' on thesick list last week. fishing in Clay county. I I Mrs. It. M. Ilersey returned to her II llnniro thnrr..n reel' on Section line
: A. I. Hrndlny, of Jac-kronville, was Alva Thomas, of I'ine Hill, spent I I Mrs. O. Haynes was a recent visitor -'home! hero Wednesday after visiting sects. Whila in Tampa Dr. and Mrs. > ft ft. thence North 630 feet thence Etut
; Bullen honored Nil feet, thence North 11.4 dimca I.neto: the
a visitor to Lawtey Wednomlay. are guests at the ))0I -
several days here last week with her to Gainesville. I her sister in Jacksonville. | North I no of paid Southenab Quarter of
t Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod were I I I | Soto Hotel, and their. Jewish hosts ithwmt Quarter thence West f Sill fitt la
grandmother, Mrs. Ticrcy Roberts. Mrs. Mrs. II. E. Moorer and children Arthur
I J.P. Sullivan who has been : I Northweiit corner of said Quarter thenea
.
t visitors to ,Starke Tuesday. H. R. LrcJwn was transacting bus!i- ,' visiting her children in South Florida and Lyni'Il and O. D. Moorer. will see that they have a good time. 8mith on Went line *of annl uuurter to point,

.. Mrs. II. V. Skipper, of Jacksonville, ness at the county site last Thursday., for several months, returned to her visited friends at Putnam Hall last i I All religions, when whittled down or Witnraa Iwirlnnlnff my hand and emil of aald court

: f la spending a few days at the home There wilt bu services every Wednesday home here this week. Thursday.Mrs. I to the core, resolve themselves into thl. tho Ath day of March(.. W. A.ALDBRMIN D. 11'21.

of her daughter Mrs. E. E. Burney. evening at 8 o'clock at the Methodist W. M. U. met at tha resIdence -I M.! Holden was shopping in I these few words: "Whatever you Clerk of Circuit Court for Bradford County.

t Frank Green, of Waldo spent Sun home of Mr and Mrs. A. J. Sowelt\ by of Mra. F. M. Johnson Wed. Hampton Saturday. I want men to do to you, do you thu Florida. By C. A. KNIflHT.:
day here with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rev. I' same to them." Leigh Hunt, in his (Seal) Deputy Clerk.!
C. S. McClellan. These old folka nqcdny at 3 p. m. The meeting was Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Baker, of ,' KNIGHT.
; Dinkins. i are Yiot able to 'attend church and' well attended. Brooklyn, visited our town Saturday. i "Abou Ben Adhem, preaches an ef- Solicitor for Complnlnant. 3-0-6M-
Uev. F. W. Cramer of Lake Butler I fective little sermon when he makes .- -
, ,
they have requested that these services Dr. Middleton, of Starke, was a 11. E. Moorer was attending to business |
? I filled his regular semi-monthly be/held in their home. I in Ben Adhem say after his failure in
i / Everybody professional visitor here Monday. Hampton Monday.
. I appointment at the Lawtey M. E. 'I invited to attend. The Methodist being first on the list of those who'
W. M. U. will sell '
1 church, South, Sunday.: Mrs. Cramer Mr. and Mrs. Winters, of Chattanooga cakes, pies and home made candy at BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES loved( God, "Write me as. one who I
'I I loves his fellow ""
art'ompained him. men. The result I
,. Tenn., were visitors; to our the city hall next Saturday, begin-
,f Revival services began at the town last Thursday. II ningat3p.m., : The services of the church will be I was that, "Lo, Ben Adhem's name led I
& Baptist church on Wednesday evening all the rest." To love our fellowmen I I
I! Rev. C. S. McClellan] spent the past -- as usual on. Sunday next. Bible school I II
of laat week and will prubably I with is to love God, no matter what creed
week in Starke.
I at 9:15;
WOODLAWNWoodlawn : a. m., classes for all
continue all this week. I Mrs. F. A. Andreu of New River, I' ages. I we belong to. "*. |
: Mra. RoMa L. Ilarman of Jacksonville I'I While our Baptist minister should
was a visitor here Saturday at the Divine
March !D.-Mrs. D. B. worship at 11:00 when the
spent Sunday at her homo in home of her son, S. V. Andreu. Id-owning returned homo Thursday pustor will present a subject suitableto be praised for not recognizing any j

East Luwtcy.Mra Mr. Dukes of Five Mile, was transacting from Jacksonville where she spent tho special meetings to begin in learners in preaching the word of I>

" L. A. Man was shopping in business her. Saturday.Mrs. I btveini, jaya witn her daughter, Mrs. !|'the church on tha first of April. God, so should his present hosts. the I

I Jutksonvillo, Friday. O. W. Barry and child, of Valencia. |: "Logs! for the Fires of Inspiration in Tampa Jews, also! be commended for We <
r. Devito, of Jacksonville, spent I 1 their enlightened way of looking atreligious'matters. Cjrind Our Own LensesNODELAY
Bradford the visitors "
were among. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were our Evangelistic Task, will be tho'
p ncverul days last week at the homeof here I' theme. All The ignorant, tintir -
Saturday.I. business visitors to Starke Friday. || members of the church ,*...
\Mr. and Mrs. and bigoted remain
Dom. } hidebound
'rl o. \V. ; the
I'inholster was transacting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Norman spent are requested to be in attendance, as
t \ Mrs. T. J. Terry, Mrs, George educated, courageous and. generousdo I a.inesvi11c. Florida.
business in Gainesville Friday after- Sunday near Highland, the guests of matters relating to the meetings will :,.
1 Anderson, Mrs. J. B. Rowe and Mrs. noon.J. relatives. I i be considered. not look so much at sectarian

T I., J. It. Currodina were visitors to F. Turner, ">t Clayno, was transacting Missus Ella: and Nettie Starling en- I|j The evening service will bo of a I! boundaries, but more at the universal

, St& rke Friday. business here Monday. tertuined ..a large: number of their special. 'nature. Tha-- --_ _fourth__n'. _nprmnn n."'_.. I brotherhood of men. Public Sales
I A. A. Crews, of Highland, spent Messrs. T. C. Hazen A. B. Surren. friends in the
,1 at their home Thursday eve- series on "Five Fires" will ba
t' ; J Sunday with friends here. I and P. M. Barefoot vistors the I I'll ESIIYTERIANIarkening i
I cy were to ning. The evening was spent in mu- given topic being "Christ Fling- -

, ,I Max: Wimberly, of Highland wall a Sanderson Svnday. I sic and games and at ten thirty the ing Fire." At the close of a brief We have purchased 122,000 pair U.
:
\ visitor* here Saturday. Miss Cola Cason and sister, of LaCrosse guests were invited to the dining sermon there will be a stereopticon Doubt- i S. Army Munson last shoes sizes:; S'/
>
:J I lfr. Mrs J. J. Byrd and children, of spelt Sunday here with their. room, where the hostess served pi- lecture on one of our far eastern I let it in, I to 12 which was the entire surplus.

"" r Maxvllle, were guests Sunday of friends. |Ilau. pickles, salad and cake. Those countries. The slides are beautifully A Little sin, stock of one of the largest U. S. government .

I Mr. and Mrs. J. W Byrd. Messrs. A. A. Hazen H. P. Gainey present wero Messrs. Floy Thomp- colored, and the customs and needs 'Twas just a Little Doubt. shoe contractor. .

Frank Wiggins and slater Miss and II. R. Brown were among the visitors son. Mozclle and Lillian Browning 'I of the people will be set forth in u This shoe ia guaranteed one.". hundred -

t Annie of Jacksonville, spent several to the county seat Monday. Debbie, Phillips, Beatrice and Marguerite vivid manner on the slides. This lee.I I let it in, per cent solid leather color dark
,
I I days here last week with their grandmother Mr. aid Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent Phillips, Eva, Nancy and Net- I I tub will be the opening of "Tha A Little sin, tan, bellows tongue, dirt and water-

Mrs. Louise Lowery. i iI Sunday with relatives at New River. tie Starling Mrs. Katie Drury Messrs. Men's Mission Club" recently or- But-light for me went out! proof. The actual value of this shoe

I Mills Della Blanchard was a visitor Charley Cone, of Graham, spent Walter Wilkerson, Alphonso ganized in the church. The men have is $6.00. Owing to this tremendousbuy

to Stnrke Saturday. the week-end here with relatives.Mr. Griflls, Brown Bennett, Allen and chosen a book'which will beead, dur- That deadly doubt! we can offer same to the publicat

,, District Superintendent J. J. Tread and Mra. Clyde Saucer, of Nathaniel Starling Larramore and ing the week and discussed chapterby Faith thrust it out, 92.93.

well, of St. Augustine filled his Baldwin spent the week-end herewith Elam Rhoden, Mike Futch C. L. chapter on Sunday evenings after And light again came in.

regular appointment last Sunday at the latter's parents, Mr. and Browning. I I the evening service. This Is an Send correct size. Pay postma

t Grace church. The fourth quarterly Mr. J. E. Clemons. Mrs.. R. B. on delivery or send money order. If
I I, Osteen spent the week- unique organization and one of which That deadly doubt!

c conference e was held at the parsonage I Mr. C. Harris of Hampton, was i is end in Jacksonville the guest of rela the men will be proud, because of the Faith thrust it out, shoes are not as represented we will

I in the afternoon at 2 o'clock, with vinitor here Monday. tives. |I i knowledge to be obtained through the And Christ, the Light, shone in. i cheerfully refund your money

1 nearly every member of the official Roswell Ward and Ray Andreu) Miss Morine Browning returned to reading and discussions. All men of -Sarah Loucks in S S. Times. promptly.

1 i board present. were visitors to Graham Sunday af her home Saturday from Raiford after the church and congregation are In- Instead of the annual, congregational -

Mr. and Mrs. Dorse Higginbotham, ternoon. attending school there for the vited to join, and share in the acquisition meeting as was announced,

and children and Mr. Higglnbotham'a Kev. McClellan will preach at the past two months. of knowledge concerning distant there will bo the regular Sabbath'aervlcis National Bay State Shoe Co.

fntehr, of Maxvillu were visitorsjiere Free Will Baptist church Sunday peoples.ST. at the Presbyterian church

Sunday.' morning and evening. The public is I FIVE MILE next Sunday. 296 BROADWAYNEW

Miss Bculah Sap) of Starke, spent invited to attend these services. -L- MARK'S CHURCH Sunday school at 10 a. m. YORK. N. Y.
2-9-4t
the week here with friends.. Mrs. L. A. Cook and children and Five Mile March 0.-Rev. and MrsS. Preaching services at 11a. m. and

W. II. Burt of Campville, visited Geneva Harrell, of Bradford, were S. Proctor and J. II. Marshburn, of The service for the Fourth Sundayin 7:30 p. m.

i friends here Sunday. visitors here Monday' afternoon. Lake Butler, were guests of Mr.'and Lent will be at 7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation Is extended to PURE

, g T he small boy and girls from 4 to Eldon Baxter was a visitor to the Mrs. P. P. Dekle Saturday. I I Service on Friday evening. the public. MEADE

. F.4. '10 years are happy this week. there county seat Monday. | Mr. and Mrs. George Williams 1 "The Menace of the Sermon" is the T. J. HEDGES, COTTON SEED

Is a merry-go-round in town, and Is R. F. McDavid, of the Cooter Pond spent the week-end hero guests of subject of an article by Rev. Francis I Minister.

doing a regular land office business. section, waa transacting business in relatives. i Clarke of Christian Endeavor fame -

Buford Higginbotham, and sister town Tuesday. I Clifton Howell James Kennedy and and an extensive 'review of it Is given I Levy-Cotton grower associationswere Pure Meade upland lone staple

Miss Myrtle, of Maxville visited J. R. KdJins, of Gainesville was Nelson Dekle were here Sunday visiting in The Christian Work. "It is the formed at Williston and Chief. cotton seed grown from field se-

.I ", frienda here Sunday evening. attending to business affairs here on i friends. I I worshipof the sermon Instead of the land last week. hcted seed. I grow no other va-

; The regular meting of the Lawtey Monday afternoon. Mrs. P. ?. DUu attended servicesat worship] of CjJ, it is sermon idolatry, I t iety of cotton. Price $2.00 per

I town council met in regular session Fred Poppenhagen.. of Jacksonville Sardis church Saturday.Mr. (I which one must chiefly blame for the 1ft the Cfr..lt BILL' TO Court QUIET for Bradford TITLE Counl,. bushel) us oU puulUlM ttk aluppifljC

Monday evening with a full board: was a visitor here Sunday. lIe was and Mrs. R. L. Davis were the deplorable condition of many church- J.Florida.H. William.In Chancery.. point. Meade cotton will make

A. M. Blanchard Chairman, George accompanied home by his wife and guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1ohn Williams os." Dr. Clark is careful not to say Complainant.va more than either Sea Island or

P. Young E. B. Wells, R. M. Tracy sister-in-law 'who have been here on Sunday. I that the fault Is the minister's. It Is ". Florida va Land and Imml..... I short staple cotton; the length

::1 and G. W. Brown. After the regular a week's visit with relatives.B. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dukes, Mr. and theworship of the sermon, and the tion al..Company a Corporataw.at of the Meade staple is equal t.

routine of business waa transacted Y. P. U.: Sunday evening, seven Mra. Ardell Drawdy attended services -I minister Is the victim of it, for only Defandanta. that of Sea Island and sells for
the uubject 'of providing way. and o'clock. The I To the unknown helra dn....... (rau.... the same price. Has boll.
.t program will be carriedout at Sardis church Sunday. one pastor out of a hundred is gifted ana elalmanla' of. through and under Auvnat large

( I mefns' to 'Install! an el.ctcightF ( by group two and all membersare Mrs. P. P. Dekle and Miss Norms enough to preach two sermons or C.Itnmlurallon Wheeler' dewaaedi,,The Florida Land and is early' maturing, and wilt. re.

: plant _was brought up. After some urged to be preant.1IAMPTQN. 'I Dekle spent Sunday, with Mrs.J. l even one/"to .satisfy sermon worihipfen. I La...,., Alexander Company MaKe"a. Corporation.Valrl,.. $.Kaa.H.the J. ,sistant.: .
vote and ,the 'M'I realdenee, of whom are unlcn wn, 'oefeauaHta.. .
discussion, a was taken Roberts. r The minister's voice, his de ,Q' GteetlitBa _' ttucii> ex .

r ; town attorney was ordered to take I \lr. and Mrs., P. P. Dekle;Mr.xaad ,.Uvel'J/'biI.-4r.aa.11I/ made a subject for ,:tobe You and and to each appear of you brtora are\IIS hereby JadUrt rannlml the' I G.:'V.' Cunningham

t t' ; 'the necessary legal steps to have Mrs. J. iS,!. Dukes were bustnesevref-.: tJae' dianel' JUlie., ,lla.soye; that emphasis lrrii t Court for th. Elirhthol JudIcial Clrautt of
; special legislation enacted at the Hampton, March 0.-Rev. Burke; tore to Lake Butler I Florida la and for Bradford County on ACRICULTURA
I Wednesday.Mrs. in church going should be put the 'ill day of May. lO2JI: the aourthouae, LCOLLEGB
legislature which will convene in of Waldo pastor 'of the Methodist ;, Myrla Douglas and Miss Elsie on worship rather than upon the a In bill said of eounty.complaint In Starke Florida.. to ......, ATHENS. GA.

r April to enable the town of Lawteyto church, filled his regular appointment Stokes, of Miller, R. D. Faircloth I I drawing power of the'sermon. Men] ..101 aourt by J. H. William exhibited*. .Inat you In

,to bond the town for the necessary here Sunday. I of Lake Butler, were here Monday. i innately seek a God whom they may' The Bradford published County.JBMeaeeeafc.a Starke. a Bradford weelilynewepapar ? Colda Cause orp emit FalloenzaLAXATIVE

( Nnds to install said plant. Mrs. S. M. Simmons, of Waldo,I Misses Iva Colon and Willie Mae worship. They will not go to church County.; Florida In which I. hereby thla" antlee 4eaumated. aball ..aa paw.thanewapaper BKOMO Qt! 1NET.bleUtb.

"Tie, action of the board meets they spent last Saturday with her parents Ollivtr, of Brooker ware bare Sat- in any great number orfor"any Uahea for eight conaaautiva wee ha. CBoaa. Than U only CD* *" ClaJDIoII-
.
Thar land deewrlbae) in tha taU of aoaaalalat E. W.GKOV17S .Mi ..m nnbo*. 35. .

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