Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02169
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GRAPE FRUIT Intense interest fn the forestry MARKS FROM DUESSELDORFTO Tho annual business meeting of MOVEMENT
movement in Florida was manifestedby Troop= No. 1, Boy Scouts of America, .
the committee of United States was held last!! Friday evening, and
ndustry for Starke Now in Full\ Senators who held hearings at 'Jacksonville COVER SABOTAGE REPAIRS the following business men wore selected Outlook ,Good fur-
Exf'endvd Shipping
Swine at Canning Factory last Tuesday according ,to ...... ns!! troop committee: J. II. Season.
Mr. Lenthall Wyman, who represent. Ritch F. A. Scott and J. F. Kickliter. : I
tanning of grapefruit by the ed the local branch of the Southern I
CUSTOMS AND TAX COLLEC- The constantly Increasing strawberry .
.Lee Co., Inc., ia now going onctorily Forest Experiment Station. Sena- Officers elected were: j
TOK OF DUSSELDORF CHARGED receipts at the depot platform i
though at this writing tors McNary of Oregon, Couzens of TRYING TO IISREGAIW' ( J. Bullen) Scoutmaster, II. L. Brownlee. .dhow that the effect of the cold I
force has not been secured. Michigan, Fletcher of Florida and A man i\Vorlh..what he ia, not what Assistant (Scoutmaster, Thomas throe weeks Is about Next snap
>n 50 and 60 men, women, boys Harrison of Mississippi were on the FRANCO-BELGIAN RULES. he has; and this is true both of this Llmbaugh. week will ago over. ',
Hoe a heavy movement of
,;Iris, white and colored, were committee with ,Senator Moses of March world and of that which is to come. ,Scout Scribe, Coml.J Long. berries from this point and the peak
at work Tuesday, when the New Hampshire, not present. Dusseldorf, .-The systematic While he lives he may win and lose Treasurer, James William Brawn- will he .
reached during the first days'of '
aph reporter tailed to learn The impending shortage of timber collection of funds to cover everything but one-his own person lee, April. In ,')
y/&a being done. due to stripping the trees from the the expenses' of repairing the prop ality. That is always his; ultimately Librarian Sammy Sternberg. for heavy ordinary shipments yours the season "
ends about
loads of grapefruit were found land without leaving any provision erty damage by German sabotage began it is all that is his. In that lies his Inner Guard, Frank Carpenter.The the middle of April but this it Jj>f!!
north end of the first floor. The for natural' reseeding, range fires today, when the French seized worth, if he have any; not in the following named boys were reregistered Aa likely to extend far' beyond year that '
as very fine, much of it so per- which destroy the young trees and 50,000,000,000 marks from the Dus- abundance of tho things which he possesses for year ending March 1, date on of cold ,
I account; weather, -*
.111 it was hard to understandt the too severe shipping of immature seldorf city treasury and main post- and can lose. And when he 11)21\ : which
has lately Injured the berries \y'
| had not been sent to the north timber was thoroughly stressed by a office. J dies he loses what he has, but he remains -I Eagle Patrol Hugh Brownlea, Jr., in the great berry centers of other 'r
d of to the cannery. But it number lumbermen, naval stores I Twenty-seven officials of the German whnt he is. He who is unjust patrol leader; Frank Pnttee, assistant states, while unhurt. !
ours escaped
that very little off-color on one operators, and Interested citizens. It i I customs and the tax collector of I will be holy still; but he who is leader; James William Urownlee, The following: piece of news is of interest ,
se fruit is enough to cause its was generally'alrreed that federal Dusseldorf were arrested today by will be roly still; but he who is J Frank Carpenter, Joseph Thomas,I
to hero
Ion. The grapefruit are dis- leadership was 'needed but that the the; French charged with attempting i ito wealthy will be wealthy no more. It Hamilton Ritch, Herbert[ Durden. growers : 'i
ed to the peelers, who take the Individual states must take a more disregard Franco-Belgian regulations Is a painful tribute to the commercialism Panther Patrol, Joe Sistrunk, patrol New Orleans, I.H., March 17.-Tha > ;
off. The peeled fruit then pass'women *' active interest in this important of our age that a rich man Is leader; Owen Griflln, wnsistunt frost which fell in I'nostlections of if
who remove what mayt problem.Mr. Hans Sachs, a young German work- said to be worth so much when he leader; Glen Hedges, Gerald Middle- this state last night caused damagesestimated
of the inner side of the peel, Wyman served on the reception man, courtmartialed on the charge of dies. If he Is worth no more than ton, Charles Darby, Tom Morris, Carlyle at $300,000 In the straw 1
hey remove the membrane that committee, 'and following the shooting and wounding a French'sol- what he left he is worth nothing; and Ritch, Arthur McRae. berry growing sections, according to '.
undo dier near Essen, has been sentenced In the other world which with all his repiirts reaching: hero today.
each plug, as well as the hearings the senators were taken in Beaver I'atrol, Alvin Buck, patrol
and the remaining pulp is plac- automobiles out the new Baldwin to fifteen years imprisonment foresight, he has forgotton or ignored leader; Comer Long, assistant lead Tanglpahoa parish, one of the
",the cans, which have previously road to inspect some young standsof heaviest sentence imposed since the he will start a bankrupt, if ha er; Eugene Matthews, Mozelle Me principal berry sections, sutrered the
[thoroughly cleansedT trees and to visit a Jjurpentlne still Beginning of the occupation. Sachs start at all. Gruder, Sammy Sternberg, Don heaviest loss. :according to the report.

t,' can, nearly full of its juicy and plant. will be taken to Metz or elsewhere in Worth so much I To whom? Who Hoover, Jacob Green, Wilbur Grlflls. Prices paid for berries here daring ,
rite, now begins its journey. Itcomes French territory to serve his sen was the better for what -he was Honorary members, Charles Kick. the last few days have ranged from
to a table where a work- IN HONOR OF !MRS. THOMAS: ten'ce.Paris. worth? Was he himself the better liter, Allan Long.! I $7 to $7.00 per bushel. Exceptionally .
.glwhat.. it lacks in being quite ---- March 21.-The allied council for it, or was he only the richer? During the chautauquu the scouts jlne berries. have brought as high 'O''O'I
j'wlth" : syrup. This syrup is sim- Miss Jessie Thomas entertained of ambassadors decided today to Could he fal'the silence? Could he sold candy, peanuts and cold drinksto u. 30 cents per quart. The recent '
.granulated sugar dissolved in wa- complimentary to Mrs. A. J.-Thomas send instructions to Gen. Nollet, head see the Unseen? Did his presence in thlf"'amount of $54.20. rains. have stimulated the growth of '
t'In'a tank on the second floor. Atr Saturday Afternoon from four to six, of the allied military control commission the community lighten any darkness, Scoutmaster H. L. Brownlee Is the plants and they are in a very vig '
/."-couple of. hundred cans have 'at the home of Mrs. O. J. Griffin. '" in Germany, that the commission -I cheer any loneliness? Were there very popular with his troop, and under tYous condition. If the shipping reason .
anthus treated they are placed in Miss Thomas, Mrs. Griffin and Mrs resume its duties of .supervising' : I hearts sore because of his passing his leadership!! tho boys aro doing is prolonged-as we may reasontibly -
s4"ftort.;:; This is a square tank Price received at the door, and Mrs. the production of military material Unless ho was a worthy man, that, Is, excellent work. expect we!' will have plenty of
uui'a.foot, deep. On the floor of George C, White introduced the arriving in Germany. The work of the com there was something in him we could berries to meet all demands.
mission has been suspended since the SCOUT TROOP TWO ELECTS OFFICERS the following, from Tuesday's I
s guests to Mrs. Thomas, an attractive worship-for worship U tribute to .
5-: bride of two weeks. beginning: of the Ruhr occupation be- worth-he was worth nothing, tho he : Courier, tells of conditions at Plant .

.gter. The cans are placed on these Vases and bowls of bright hued cause the Germans refused to give had billions. Last week at the regular meetingof City: .
''e.g.to 'a certain order, the lid of the sweet peas,and verbenas adorned the facilities to that body if the French This, my fellow-citizens, is the object Troop 2 all boys present were assigned With the ceasing of carload ship. .
;ort-is! 'let down and steam is ad- reception room, where the guests lis- and Belgian members were present. we sock in the meetings to beheld to patrols and elected patrol menu of strawberries by freight, the ,I f.
tted.G 'This boils and sterilizes the toned to a short but charming musi- The Berlin government now has hada in the Baptist church, beginning leaders and other troop officer In close of tho present strawberry sea.
1it,4flt. the end of the boiling pro. cal program. Misses Iris Epperson change of attitude, hence the order April the first, in which the pastor the Eagle Patrol Robert Demurest I mm scenic to be In sight Only six t\ ,
..'the tops, or caps, are put on the and Ethel Griffin played at a duet for the resumption of the commilsion's will be Assisted by Rev. W. Raleigh was elected Patrol Leader and Willie I carloads went out by freight during I

na !\Hitherto all has been hand "Lustpiel Overture, ," and was followed work. White, of Lake City. We seek to Agin, assistant. In the Silver Fox the past four days; three Friday, ono
, ;know a very ingenious machine by Owen Griffin giving "Traumeri" .... consider and to give emphasis to-the Patrol, Julian Caitova was made Patrol Saturday and two Monday The refrigerator -
,,charge as a violin solo, which was remark. Plan to Pay U. S. Rhine Claims worth of a man. We wish to get a Leader and Leon Kite, assistant. movement however, Is. .
operator pulls a lever and, by ably well done for so young a violin- Paris,, March 21-Payment of $20- .I view of tho inner worth of a man, for Fred Mott was elected treasurer and ,holding up fairly well and average '
ass of 'cogs, the discs in the re- ist. Miss Ethel Griffin closed the 000,000 "a year for twelve years to worth Is worth, as God is God. "It Willie Agin scribe The Eagle I'atrol prices are considered satisfactory. a
begin to revolve. The cans, program by a spirited rendition of the United States in settlement of'the cannot be valued with the tine gold Is made up of Robert Demorost, Willie Probably the greatest range in prices t
n had been placed on the circum- the "Revel of the Witches" costs of the American army of occu- of Ophir," nor need it be; for everyman Agin, Fred Mott, Newn Alvarez, for tho entire season was noted
ce of the discs, begin to move A pretty feature of the occasionwas patton in German _seems feasible, in .. has what he deserves just in beIng Edison Brlnson, George Kite, and Kl- Monday, when prices: paid on the local
Mrd in a serpentine manner, from a hand-painted bride's book in the opinion of Eliot Wadsworth, as- what he is. Our object is to encourage mer McMillan, while the Silver Fox yard ranged from, SSVt cents to / '/rj:x
Use to another, toward the capOn which the guests registered their sistant secretary of the American each other to act heart and I'atrol has the following boys: Jul. 11 cents per quart. f G: >
It their journey they pass un- names. This dainty book will be kept treasury. Mr. Wadsworth, who is mind upon the unseen things, which ian Canova, Leon Kite, Louis Item- i The cold,snap of the past two days :iji
Hungers, which gently push down by the honor guest as a souvenir of conferring with representatives of allied alone will stand the shock of death, Ingway, John Morris, Carl Mott and j which lit reported to have destroyed ;h.1
leces of fruit that are above the this; happy occasion. governments on the question of which we are all facing, and the ruin Martin ''Struth. || <110! per cent of the Louisiana barry 1
t'of the cans. Close to the cap- The shower of cut glass, silver, reimbursing the United States for of worlds. This is a worth while Troop one bus challenged the boys I'crop, probably will have the effect of ";
head ia a staple of caps. Thebine linen, etc., were placed in a huge dec- what she expended in the Rhine occupation task, and we invite the good/: people to a baseball game and practice Is' 'lengthening the season here i for an- ,'"j
nimbly pulls out a cap, andoon orated basket and placed in the back told newspaper men that he of ''Starke, and the*country about to going on daily. Willie Agin was other two or three weeks, but ship. 1"'
as the bewildered and unsusg hall. The bride was blindfolded anda was awaiting definite information alto join with us in this effort after Inner chosen captain. It Is not expectedthat ments doubtless will be confined
can passes under the plunger green ribbon placed in her hand the proposed number of install. enrichment-real worth. the game will take place for twoor largely to refrigerators.
,comes the cap and the can is and she was told to follow where the ments, the question of priority, and three weeks yet. The cool weather here will also
Id around twice while the mail ribbon led. Opening the gifts and whether America would get a per- CLASS PICNIC have the effect of improving the berries "
securely crimps the* edge of the reading the accompanying, cards and centage of German reparations. He MRS. ANDREWS ..:ENTERTAINSK. brought to this market and the
lo that it will stay put and her- verses was an interesting time for expressed opinion that the United KLUII rains, though very scant, will somewhat '
Bally, seal the contents. No sol.ft both the honor guest and those who States- would accept only cash pay- The class called the "Worth While increase production on plunta' '#
is used and the machine must gave the presents. ments and that the Washington gov- Girls" of the Baptist Sunday .school Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., entertained that have not been plowed up.
Ecnrate to a hair's breadth. The Delicious home-made cake and ice ernment would have no part in any enjoyed an Easter picnic and egg the K. K. Klub Friday afternoon t,I
fare now ready to be labeled and cream were served the favor on each plan taken by the allies In collecting hunt last Saturday afternoon. from three to six, at her home on W IN COUNTY: JUDGE'S COURT ,\
id in cases.Kanliness plate being 'a small bouquet of sweet the money. Vivian Kite and Elizabeth Williams Madison street. I
is the watchword dur- peas and asparagus fern, tied with Mr. Wadsworth asserted that the found the largest number of eggs, Three tables were laid for bridge The following/ cases have been disposed "
fcvery phase of the work. Thekg narrow green ribbon. Those serving value of seized German ships in the and Mary Lee Wynn the smallest. and the first prize was won by Mrs. of by County Judge R. A. Green
and trimming of the fruit is were, Owen Griffin, Mrs. O. J. Griffin United\ States.could not be deducted After the egg.hunt there was spread Edward Burns, who received a hand. during the past few days:
work. and it will take some timee Misses Jessie Thomas, Ethel Griffin, from the total due his country, inasmuch a delicious lunch of sandwiches, pick painted rose bowl. To Mrs. Ed R. Lunacy Inquiry, exparte, G. M. Joy.
the workers gain practice.The Iris Epperson and Mildred CrosBy. as this property was consider les, saltines, cake and..candy. A question Neff was handed the booby prize, nero Upon report of committee, Joy.
It and colored workers occupy The St. Patrick's day colors of ed as collateral l'fo claims against contest, with Louise'Hayes and which was 'a wooden salad fork and ner was adjudged Insane, and was:
tent sides of the building. The ,white and green were carried out in Germany. Elizabeth\Andrews\ as leaders, provedto spoon. committed to the asylum at Chatta.hoochee -
|t is pleasant and clean. Thet the arrangement of this pretty social be very interesting. Miss Wilson The charming hostess served fruit for care and treatment.
hall is full of life, all busy, affair. IMPORTANT RULING BY asked fifty questions on the lessons gelatine salad, sandwiches, saltines, State vs A. D. Herring, charged
era hastening to and fro, and R. INSURANCE COMMISSIONER studied the last quarter, which resulted olives and Ice tea. with having a pistol without license.
Elutchinaon, the efficient superin- IIENNETT-LANG in a tie between the groups. Tho guests included Mesdames Ed- Defendant plead guilty and was fined
ent, is everywhere.e i J. C. Luning, state treasurer and Class members present were: Lucite ward Burns, J. M. Mitchell, N. Starn- $t and all costs, or 60 days in the
reporter'J1oted the piles of MrT C. B. Bennett and Miss Corinne ex-officio Insurance commissioner, re- Johns,' Elisabeth Andrews, Ellz- berg, O. L. Beasley, E. R. Neff, O. L. tounty jail.
te that accumulated where the Lang were married by Judge Greenat cently made an Important ruling af- beth Williams, Frances Lowe, Louise Haynes, F. 10'. Stump, E. L. Biggs, .State VI Love Watson, carrying/
t trimmers were sitting, and ask- the courthouse Tuesday at noon. fecting insurance agents and their Hayes, Isabel Kaszyuskl, Inez Tompkins Geo. A. Collins, E M Johns F L. Tur concealed weapons. Defendant plead
lir. Hutchinson if this waste was Mr.,Bennett Is the youngest son of Customers. In a circular..sent out to Mildred Silcox, Dora Manning, ner, Misses Mabel Weller and Florence guilty and was fined $200 and all
bed in any manner or thrown: the late John S. Bennett, of Lawtey.He all Insurance companies doing bustnessin Vivian Kite, Lena Belle Shepard, Annie Matthew costs, or 'six months In the county
p. ,,In answer to this he invited is courteous, energetic, and one Florida Mr. Luning says: Vames and Mary Lee Wynn. ."""- Jail. ,
[questioner to taste the contentsree of the rising young men of his com- The attention of the department hasbeen DINNER PARTYAt J. M. Starling vs S. A. L. Railway
glass jars, containing jelly.Lt munity. His bride is the youngest called to- the practice of some TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB ENTERTAINED Company, stock claim, damages $100.
do you think of that?" It daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Langof insurance agents Ming business for their home on North Walnut The case was dismissed upon motionof
I delicious. Mr. Hutchinson; ex- the Black Creek community Clay the above classes in this street, Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins plaintiff's/ attorney.PROTESTANT .
led that one of the jars was pure county. Sheds intelligent and charming state of extending credit for an unreasonable Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg enter- ..a.e-* family dinner party Friday "
IB' fruit jelly another was grape and never looked lovelier than on length of time In the payment tained the 20th Century Club Wednesday evening, the 16th inst., that day being I1ROTIIERIIOOI1
I jelly having a dash of pineap- her wedding day. of premium for the insurance, evening at their home on N. the twelfth anniversary of their An Interesting meeting of the
iulce, and the third was, flavored This young couple have a large cir which practice amounts to a rebate, Walnut street. marriage day, and also Col. Adkins' i Protestant Brotherhood was hold on
I lemon juice. This jelly is made cle of friends, as was evidenced by and is in violation of our anti-rebate The bridge game resulted in G. M. birthday. 'Monday house In the Club I house.
I the waste mentioned, "and next the great number who journeyed over laws. Inman winning the gentleman's. prizea This pretty home has just been remodeled i Constitution and by-laws were drafted ,
I will see the beginning 61 theLg from Lawtey to witness the cere For the above reason, the fallowing flash light; and Mrs. Florence and redecorated, and is now I and passed upon at thin. meeting;
of this delicious and valuablelodact. many. ruling is hereby promulgated: Powell the ladies' prize, an embroid- handsome and comfortable in every I, also much 'other business planned and
On and after April 1, 1023, premiums ered tea towel. To O. L. Haynes was particular, the new furnishings be. discussed.
K Hutchinson assured the repor- CHAUTAUQUA MEETING for insurance written by f fire given"the booby prize a rook game, Ing unusually attractive.' In the well Starke's young and talented artist,
hat arrangements have been There will be a call meeting of the insurance companies, miscellaneous and to Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., a appointed dining room an elegant Paul Ernest Kniglft,'charmed the audience
to always have fruit in plenty signers for the chautauqaa for 1924 insurance companies, and reciprocal vanity powder puflV coursedinner was served the table with one of his clever piano
the season lasts, so there will in ,my office Friday evening, March exchanges licensed in this state must The charming; hostess served as re- being centered by a large embossed logues entitled, "Fiddlln In de Fir*.
m stoppage of the work on1,ae- 23: 1923, beginning at 8 o'clock. ThisIs be> paid within sixty (60)) days from freihments'a salad coarse, cake, cof- birthday cake ornamented with can.dies. ,light," which was given 10 costume
of lack of materiaL All he for all interested in having the the date of the policy or contract, or fee and whipped cream. and brought a storm of applause be-
to make him'bappy is 'plenty chautauqua come back ,n ext year., from the date of renewal thereof. The guests Included Dr. and Mrs. The guests enjoying this happy occasion cause of the claver rendition and the
Brkers. He can find employment ,About $100 has been turned in already Violation- the above ruling will O.'L. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. In were, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ad- very comic costume worn. \
hundred persons. and we would like an expression constitute sufficient ground' for the man, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, kins, o( Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Practically all of the business men
from as many as possible as to cancellation of the agent's1 or Jr., Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs. Jack Brlggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. of Starke are members of the Broth-
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motor- your pleasure in this matter.G. pany's license, and any Complaints of Florence Powell D. P. Carpenter, Carlton, of Jacksonville Mrs. M. E. erhood and the organization is doing
Raiford and Lake Butler Mon M; INMAN, this character coming to this'depart- Miss Mabel Weller and Marcus F. Edwards, of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. a great deal for the town as well a* .
ftemoon. Chairman Finance Committee. ment will be vigorously prosecuted. Brown. O. L. Beasley. aiding strangers and unfortunates, t :
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; FRIDAY !MARCH 23, 1923

BAKER COUNTY:: CITIZENS: TO remedy any oversight on the part of r'" ..
convict guards or captains and to -----

strictly comply with the suggestions Burns and brjiises1'MENTHOLATUM '
Appear IJefore Governor For Aid In for the betterment of conditions for
Suppressing Knabl/s flan prisoners made by the inspectors and
1 stand ready at all times to fully

Tallahassee, March 10.-A delegation I comply with every provision of law cools and heals..

of Baker county citizens headedby Covering! the treatment of prisonersin I

two members of the board of commissioners my care and will personally see in

and Sheriff Jones appeared future that everything possible is
before Governor llardco yesterday; done to curry out the letter of my
to oppose the retention by State Sen lease in every way possible. have SALES ItECOKI FOR fOIWS .

ator J, II. Kniibb of Baker county several camps and lease quite a num- SituaUlm-c;;;;; I
Acute n as 6,000
convicts in his private turpentine ber of prisoners, and in future I will
that theso Daily Does. not Meet Demand
cnmps. see to it personally campsare
The governor told the county com- always kept in the best of condition I
With sold at retail in
116,800 cars
mission! they had the authority to and that the prisoners shall not
want for that be done February a new record for the short-
l withdraw the prisoners from the turpentine anything can I
for them of the est month in the year has been es .
camps and.l the commissioners in fulfilling my part
sales exceeded
irtimedSatfly agreement with the various counties tablished. February
i laid they would) go home and -
those of January by more than 15-
"' appropriate measures to with which I have dealings with.
t1 pass 000 and marked the eleventh monthin '.
This the at- C
i provide that no more convicts be matter was brought to
which Ford sales have topped the
leaned to :Mr. Knabb.Mr. tention of Gov. Hurdee last week bya
Knabb was recently This sales record bears out predictions -
D before Commissioner of Aitri'.ultureMcKae went to Tallahassee to see him per-
i '}Y. I ; and the governor to ana v\:ry sonally. The governor told them the made at the opening of the
i that' an acute shortage in Ford
of matter of adjustment lay entirely
charges contained In the report a TheTelegraph
cars is certain end this shortage U
prison inspector that conditions at with the commissioners of Baker
to be felt within the next
111 hi;, private camps were brutal and in- county, hence the meeting called for
two months with the increased vol-
human. Mr. Knabb who leases a today.
t1 ume of car buying which is always .
large number of county convicts in
attendant upon the spring m i hs of
; t the operation of his naval stores operations W .C. T. U. COLUMNONE the year. !
'+ y pledged; his word to the gov-
i Even the high production schedule
and agricultural commissioner .
ernor :: OF THE PROBLEMS: OF CITIZENSHIP set at the Ford Motor Company's
that he would immediately take ic-
I : factory which will reach 6,000 cars
to the situation and on
tion improve
e and trucks a day about April 1, will .
that basis was!! permitted to retain
The recent passage of the new citIzenship be unable to meet the apparent demand qg
; the convicts insofar as the state was .
l; law furnishes an additional for Ford products.
concerned.The .
reason if such were needed, for the Anticipating a great increase in
delegation appeared before the W. C. T. U. to push one of its depart-I I the demand for Ford cars during the ,
governor today, however, it was stated ments of work with more present year the factory laid plans

I by members, to tell him that the painstaking thun ever before. The for increasing production to the 0,000 t

convicts had beak taken nway from Immigrant a magazine: published by cars a day schedule and since Jan- 'I ,
i 31r. Knabb and that conditions in his the council of Jewish women, callsto uary 1st had been constantly ;
camps were such that the county its readers attention some of the ing up manufacture to reach t

commissioners did not want to give' problems in connection with this law ure. Demand so far has been of such .

DTI them back. the difficulties which might be en- great proportions as to absorb near I ,(
, 'pr c The delegates quoted the governor countered by a woman whose husband ly all production and stocks in handsof 1

4 {" an explaining that this, put a new Is a citizen of this country, but dealers are at present the lowest Is one of the necessaries '

' r1 light on the situation, and that it was who has not yet herself been na they have been in months. I .

strictly up to the commissioners tot turalized: and who may not have the February sales of 11 ,SJJU cars of life for Bradford f
say whether he could have the con- remotest idea that she needs td be. were made in the face of unfavorable I .

victs or not. lIe did not know, he is For example, if ill "and taken to a weather conditions in many sections ) County people and that j
understood to have told the delegation public hospital because her citizen of the country which tied up freight I

' that the convicts had been taken oft I husband is unable to pay for her traffic and prevented many deliveries. I this fact becoming more ;
away and the recent appearance treatment in a private institution, is This was particularly true throughout

Mr. Knabb before him had to do with she to be deported as an alien who the Northwest, the northern tier I and more recognized all.

the state's prison regulations. has become a public charge?" of states and in New England. In

Manifestly the solution lies in not California, too, cold weather during I the time is seen by the
Conimimiiitner Vote to Return Prisoners only naturalizing but also Americanizing a part of the month had its effect upon '-

3 to I Knabb these women as soon as pos- car sales. I number of new subscribers -
:Macclenny, March ID.-At a special \sible., But no one knows better than Yet with even these unfavorable

meeting of the commissioners of tty those who have worked among the conditions, the February sales topped I' constantly added to
Baker county held today for the purpose foreign born that this is not altogether those of January by 15 per cent .

.i of making some disposition of a simple matter. An exchange and set a new high record for mid- our list. ;Join the procession -
the county prisoners which were ta- recommends that our government aid winter selling.

ken from lessee T. J. Knabb, recently the volunteer organizations that seek!; With February the eleventh monthIn and find out whatis

and now held in the county jail at to Americanize these newcomers, and which Ford car sales have gone

Macclcnny, the following resolution suggests that our native-born,women over' the 100,000 mark the total for, going on at home '
was voted upon and was carried by a should do their best as "friends and I I this period is close to 1,250,000 cars. '

vote of 3 to 2: neighbors to lead these aliens into i Peak car sales usually are reached and abroad

Resolved, that the county prisoners everything that stands for genuine 'during the summer months with a
/ be returned to T. J. Knabb. : .American citizenship." I drop in the fall and winter. This feature I

Those voting for the resolutionwere i The department of Americanization of automobile absorption by the

t Jesse W. Raulerson, A. J. Harvey in the W. C. T. U., which reaches the buying public bus been completely

and M. T. Thrift. Those voting foreign-born in n unique. way, a way changed during the last few months
k against the resolution were B. F. Fin- In which no other organization! has through the activities of the Ford

ley and J. C. Howard. The resolu- sought to do similar work that is, dealer organization which has raised

tion asking for the return of the prisoners through the mother in the home, here the peak line to include every monthin

to Mr. KnuRb. was made by J. demonstrates that not only has it the year.

W. Raulerson and seconded by A. J. been working along the right line but

Harvey. also that it has been engaged uponan Sunday here with her daughter, Mrs.
Ft' Following an inspection of Mr. immensely important task, than A. A. Smith.L. : Only $2.00 Per Year

Knabb's camps some time ago by which in many ways there is no H. Hill was a visitor to Jack-
r. ,a+, State Convict Inspector Thomas, the greater. And it will be apropos to : sonville, St. Augustine and Palatka $1.00 for Six Monthsin

;r prisoners were returned to the Baker consider the situation in all of our I Thursday and Friday.

Bt f county jail at Macclenny to await communities to make a mental, or Joseph Marr, Sr., of Highland, visited advance

i'I"; '., investigation of the charges. The actual survey, to plan out a program i relatives in town Sunday.

county commissioners after going over with a view to meeting this need of George Cousins, of Jacksonville, .
a' ll .. all\ the evidence at hand at a prevIous I the strangers within our gates, and was transacting business here the fI

meeting, and at their meeting today then in slang phraseology-"go to first part of the week. I >

'' decided that the charges were insufficient it." Dewey Bennett and children left ,

to warrant taking the pris- Sunday for Chattahoochee, where 1,
oners from Mr. Knabb and voted ac- LAWTEYLawtey they will spend a few days with rela'
cordingly. tives. IiI

When seen today Mr.[ Knabb said: March 23-Miss Eunice Rev. JfV.. Cramer, of Lake Butler ,

"I regret that this matter has come Dinkins, a trained nurse at the St. tilled his appointment at the :M.

about, for it has always been my Intention Luke's hospital Jacksonville, spent E. church South, Sunday morningand '
to give all prisoners the very' the weekend here with her parents, evening. His next appointmentwill Address all letters and remittances to

best treatment possible. I have been Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. be April 1.

leasing prisoners for the past seven Mrs. Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville, Rev. E. D. Boyer did not fill his .

j'J' years and at no time when the matter and :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins 'of Starke, appointment at the Baptist church I Bradford County Telegraph'

has been brought to my attention were guests Sunday of their mother, Sunday on account of being! engaged
personally have I ever refused to Mrs. M. E. Edwards. in a revival meeting at Baldwin.

John Mann and family visited relatives Harry Padgett visited relativesanll Starke, Florida

ASPIRIN in Manning Sunday. friends in Maxville Sunday.Mr. .
Mr. and :Mrs. W. C. Woolen Mrs. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan Miss

V. R. Reddish, :Misses Pearl Griffis, Myrtle Reddish and J. L Dubose, of ,

Eva Reddish, Eva Futch Wilma Starke, motored to Lawtey Sunday
: Say "Bayer" and Insist! Blanchard Mrs. 1.. II. Hill, Lonnie afternoon. ,

Harley, Robert Dinkins and Robert Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Griffis and Arthur ,
tR Blanchard attended the chautauqua Wilkerson, of Maxville, were '. .'.

in Sturke last week. visitors here Sunday.Mr. I
John Cone, of Brooker, was trans : and Mrs. W. E. Torod and

i -, acting business in Lawtey Friday children and Oelen Blanchard motored '

and Saturday. to Starke Sunday afternoon.No ; .
ps1 called Jacksonville .. .
Rudolph Thede was 1 to "
.J Sunday on account of the see Worms In a neaithy Child i'd ;

I rious illness of his mother, who is ina All children troubled with Worms bay an ..... I. t. .;.:
hoaithrcDlur. which Indicate pour blood sod as. "
hospital there. rule, there, \. man <>1'1.I M tom.ch dlMurbanc .
}Ir. and Mrs. Truby Willis and children I.ROVE'TAsrrLLssCHILI.: TONIC! tinn ..*.... wI I .
) for three weeks wlf .enrich the / .
latly two or blvd ,
spent Sunday with relatives in .
ne 'ml'rovelbe dlllon..ad act as s lI<'a.ISt.Ib-. .; .. I. "" ..
M, Lake Butler. rntai Tonic to tb...bole s.sl..m. Naturawil{ ban .
Ca throw off rr dlol tb.worm..ad..C.lhlwI'! 'twtxtfrvt .
Robert Dinkins was a visitor to ... ... '......,,__....,....,"',. 0", .
a, "si Vnlesa you see the name "Bayer" onpuckac Jacksonville Sunday. at
or on tablet. you arc not getting
Miss Jessie Terry, of Jacksonville,
the genuine; Bayer product preoribwl -
l>v physicians; over. twi>nty-two spent the week-end here with her I ,
A year and proved. mite by millions for parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry.R. 1886

i Colds Headache! II. Smith is spending a few days

Toothache Lumbago as his home in Jacksonville this ... -
a Earache: Kbrutnatism'i week. DAVISINSURANCE
Neuralgia Pain, Pain c
Jet Johns of transact
n : Starke was
Accept "Ilev.., Tablets l i-f A pirin"
ing business In Lawtey several dayslast ,
,unbroken contain
51 only. Each porkag
dircctiwin. MnnJv boles of week.
twelve. \ tablet cant few cent Drug- Mrs.[ L. II. Hill and son, L. H. Jr., ,
pieta also Mil tmttta of 24 and pub are spending a few days with friendsat
Aspirin i is. the trails mark of layer I j
Daytona. STARKE -
Mannfnrturo of MoDtMioetloacldratvr of
I 4l
Ealirj-lioaeiJ. Mrs. J. Howe, of Kingsley spent Iiii

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wound The Fillmnns were married !I BANQUET IN DEATH CELL; I I the largest ever built and wilt be the

New of Florida in Short Paragraphs I J After Every Meal 11 Her year first ago.husband He Is her died third of husbuml.natural I,I CONDEMNED: : MAN= THE HOST I. greatest\ made.hydro-electric' Installationever

Mtmiimmnmmm. aiHmmmMM m9MmnlinumMwmimm9iuimnuimMim'iMminmmtummvmLive \ causes oiiif years afro. Her Boconil I .Murdererrnt to Gullow! After Entertaining With the single/ exception of the /

husband is in the North. Ftllmuii's Four Other Primmer. Panama canal', it is the most impoit-
State News WRIG1MChew tint wile, whom he divorced several
unt construction work ever undertaken R
years ago, in now in Jacksonville. lie Complying with the last request ofEarl by the government. A force of
has one child! by hill first wife Mrs.
Throat, murderer before he
more than :2,000 men will be employed
Told by Our Exchange; 'illmun has two duughU-ra. "I'm sorry hanged at Fort Madison, Iowa, prison continuously until the entire f
your food I didn't kill him Mm. Fillman pro- r
_____..............mm_________ then permitted him to entertain Jest is made available to industrialuse. .
IIlIPU''W'W'--'UW'''''''''' WWUADWUJJJ well useVVRKGLEY'S told the police and again "I'm sorry other inmates of the death cell at a .

dolph H. ,Cohen of Now York, caused Mrs. Rachel James, 59, of to 1 had to shoot him, but I'd rather see midnight banquet The specter of When completed the dam will\ be ;

peed dead while playing golf at Jacksonville, to hang herself from a aid digestion.It him dead than to know he wanted to" oath sat at the banquet for the four nearly 5,000) feet long, 101 feet wide

ral Gables, near Miami, A nephews rafter of a barn near her home. Mon- also abandon me for another woman. guests are all condemned to be hang- at the foundations and will lift its

playing with him. day night she told her husband that keeps While Fillnum was being carried to ed. superstructure nearly 125: feet above ...
she expected to arise the teeth clean the ambulance, Mrs. Fillman asked The host presided and kept
-- early Tuesday up a the river bed. The dun will\ generate
-he .Southern Bell Telephone and I' morning to milk a cow. When he breath sweet him to allow her to kiss him. "Kiss spirit of bravado He entertained the l 62 alhJO horsepower of electrical energy e

egraph Company will\ spend over went to the barn he found the body appetite keen. me, why you've kissed me twice on diners with jukes and gave no sign supplemented i by the 100,000

0,000 In new construction work in suspended by a rope from' the raf- Th* Grwof XmcricanSvmttmtmt my right leg already" he shouted to of fear of the fate he faced at down. horsepower steam plant built by the

state, according to reports se'd ter. her. "Eat, drink anti be merry, for tomorrow government near the dam. .
from the district office in this I we die," was the slogan of The t
romance in building wall
" : ; PEACE the prisoners us they gathered at the 1
Plant City's movement NEARER IN RUHR;
st-rawberry ] never more clearly shown than in tho '
N4aN'z is slowing down, after a wonderful NEGOTIATING PEACE TREATY table. spectacular construction of Wilson

tames':'! James, 58, wife of E. season, and the berry growers will pr No reference was made to the dam It will contain almost thru

( / a Grand Crossing mer- no doubt be glad to rent a bit, or at Suggested Pact Ignoring Versailles .grewsomo "party" to follow at dawn, times iii much masonry a" the famous -

v chajnt, committed suicide by hanging any rate not be in such a rush. The Wrap.rr 1 Agreement Has Keen 1'ropitsed except the pledge\ of the live men that 1 Roosevelt dam in Arizona: and

fhotself with a rope tied to a rafter receipts the past few days have been 1 hey would hold a reunion in the not will be nearly 100,000 cubic yards

t "shed in the rear of their home a larger than expected, but show a ten- Actual peace negotiations between tar distant future anti in a land of larger than the Asscuan dam in

gyp distance north of Grand Cros- dency to drop off and with other sections French and German olliciuls, lookingto which they know nothing, but where Egypt, at present the largest structure -

f on the Dinsmore road. coming into the market the pri- ous year. Plantings are large and a treaty between the two nations they all feel they' will be welcome, of its kind

ces will not much\ longer satisfy the he; crop estimated at more than a outside of the Versailles\ peace pact, wen if they do go by tho gallows Ford May Secure It
a sheriff's office at Bartow is in- thousand and will be until JuneIn oute.
growers. cars, are said to be under way following No one can say definitely as to
gating a crime thought to have moving. I the Feasted as iullowrt/ Kime-
Franco-Belgian meet at
( premiers' what uses the great power of Wilson
I n committed at Brewster some These are busy days at the big I Brussels, Belgium. It is even rumored Guards were preparing the gallows dam will be turned when completed. -
), the ago. Deputy ..Sheriff Wooten of the state at that be Germany for the host as the grim feast began.At .
printing plant printer Theodore Walters 45, a photogra- reparations to paid by Although the second largest
t |Brewster, in making his rounds, Tallahassee. Saturday, the report of pher, died in the county hospital, at( to Franco upon the withdrawalof the dinner, as the clock ticked construction project ever undertakenb

1( overed a human skull in a buck- the state superintendent was delivered Jacksonville an hour after he was the French troops from the Ruhr away the minutes, each bringing the l ytho government, there is no definite I

To date it has not been determin- -a volume of 687 pages. Previously rushed- there fro mthe city jail, hav- have been agreed upon. lost nearer his doom he made the purpose behind it. Tho government

,[whether the skull is that of a reports of the state treasurer attorney ing been confined in a cell for more The treaty, it is said, would be a condemned men laugh heartily at his has no plan for its operation

kite or colored person. general, commissioner of ag- than twelve hours, suffering from a limited offensive and defensive alli- quips. When tho meal was over, the and is not likely to formulate one

riculture and others have been de fractured skull. Mose Wilkerson, 21, ance. Germany/ would agree to give guests lingered around the table for soon.

lorida's first state flower show livered. Next week the comptroller's an automobile mechanic, alleged tt> France assurances against attacks, a few minutes, chatting, until the The only definite plan before congress -

be held April 16-17 at the Orlan- report as well as those of the secre- have struck the photographer on the and France would agree to come to host said "good night." Is the offer of Henry Ford for

sub tropical and midwinter fair. tary of state and several other reports head with an iron instrument in a Germany's aid if she is attacked by At dawn Throat walked out into leasing the pOWl'rlnd putting it immediately -
ere will be thousands of exhibits will be Eastern the rain and before a little group of
complete. barber shop, Saturday, was placed an neighbor.\ to work in manufacturing
not only both amateur I drenched witnesses, paid the penalty
under arrest murder charges.
on French ofllciuls are said to believe fertilizers for every part of the coun-
professional growers in Florida Joseph Little, 55, who came to W. that such a pact would mean the military for murdering Inira Muitnusnon.. a try. This offer. remains for the decision -
northern exhibits are re- I school teacher who had spurned himTwelve
many Palm Beach three weeks ago from Rev W A. Ruis, the baker county stabilization of Poland which Is of the new congress, and it is
Ingspace as well as some from Red Bank N. J. where he is said to minutes after he mounted the \
. preacher and planter suspected of: in danger of being crushed between reasonably certain that it will cause ;
scaffold and while his dinner .
, er southern states. have owned a hotel, was found deadin slaying his wife on the morning of Germany and Russia in the event of guests considerable. argument.A .
the Diamonds worth $500 still slept, he was pronounced dead.
city jail. February 2, committed suicide Wed- war. Germany approves such a treaty a
f: ;IA. new log railroad Is being built and $340 in cash was taken from his
nesday afternoon at the home of a because it would give her a holdover 'I
: rcnn Caryville by the Watts Lumber person when he was arrested on the relative near Macclenny by swallow- Frence in return for the non- GOVERNMENT FORCES WORKING ell-dressed/ stranger strolled up +

,f 1(Company to extend into the timber street at midnight on a charge of be- ing a deadly poison the authorities aggression agreement ON MUSCLE SHOALS DAM: to a colored prisoner who was taking :

'tracts: along the Choctawhatchee ri- ing drunk. A coroner's jury returned here learned yesterday. Rev. Ruis i _____ a long interval of rest. between! ;i,

,ly.fl'" The road has already been grad- a verdict of death from natural recently returned to Baker coun- Both Sides are Weary Wilson Project in Alabama Will lie two heaven of a pick. "Well, Sam,

J'id;:through a large part of the Choc- causes while in a state of intoxica- ty was from the prison at Jacksonville, Both sides are.admittedly weary of:. Greatest; Dam !in the World what crime did you commit to be putin
tawhatchee to the highlandsalong the miniature warfare now being carried those overalls and set under a
{, swamp tion. where he was rushed the night of
on in the Ruhr. German Indus- "
: Wright's creek. Completion of With a recent appropriation by congress guard?
the homicide to be incarcerated for
tries have suffered heavily, and tho
.,th*',road is expected to give access One of the largest deals in cypress safe keeping. A few days after hill industrial leaders are said to have of $17,000,000 for construction "Ah went on a furlong, sah." ",
,to. thousands of acres of virgin timber timber ever recorded in Volusia coun- return to Baker he and equipment, government forcesare "Went on a furlong You mean w
county was released brought heavy to bear on
lands. ty was closed last Thursday when the on bail. Berlin. pressure pushing. the work night and dayon you went on a furlough. i'

Bond Lumber Company of DeLand Wilson dam, across the Tennessee "No, boss, it wall a shonucfur- lit
'*''J.:, A. Eastcoff, 42, a plumber, of sold to the McLln-Coachman Company What is believed-to be record The French on their part are suf- river at the foot of Muscle. Shoals, in long. Ah went too fur and Ah stllY'I'it
fering scarcely less, according to authentic '
.;Jacksonville despondent over illness, of Jacksonville 4,800 acres located yield for cucumbers in the state of reports. They have not got Northwest Alabama. Wilson dam is. ed too long." Infantry Journal. 4
committed suicide by shooting him- in the Haw Creek and Disston 0.r
Florida if not in the South madeat
was coal, which they went into the Ruhrto j
:fcelf through the heart with a single section of this county, for $50,000. Center Hill Sumter when
county obtain, and French industries are
barreled shotgun. Eastcoff discharged The Bond Lumber Company had cut
F. II. Perry picked fifty-six crates
curtailed the
1 being seriously by cur-
ed: gun with his foot by pulling off the timber from this -
pine property
. from one acre. The New York mar tailment of the fuel supply. r
: attached to the trigger. He t.
* string leaving only the stand
cypress ket is $9 to $11 on fancy cukes, which The German plan of passive resin ie
wash standing in a half-bended position ing. .L-\ )
would make this picking from one tance is represented as slowly winning I
? :when the shot tore through his
; acre bring over $500. There are over out Strikes, acts of sabotage,
body. Leroy J, Gardner of Chicago, cash-
, 200 acres ready for harvest within and a general\ non-co-operation on tho
', ier at the Tropical Inn, a road houseor
a radius of two miles of Center
' part of the Germans have resulted in
JTen tankers, which have been an- the Tamiaml Trail, just outside FDAN
"?? Hill which will\ bring to the farmersover disaster to the French. In return,
shored in Pensacola bay for the past the city limits, which figures in the $200,000 within the next sixty W L
however, the customs barrier set
!'twelve to fourteen months, will be I charges preferred by members of the days. by French has almost demoralized up >

entered::! in the California-to-Atlantic Miami Christian Council and others German business.

ports oil carrying trade, and preparatory -! against County Solicitor Pine and An eight foot alligator which for Considerable disorder has been reported -
to' entering that service are be- Sheriff Allen to be heard by Gov.
some time has been making headquarters -
' in the Ruhr recently, culminating -
\ '' dry docked and repaired. Three Hardce next Thursday, himself
off the end of the Clyde Line with u clash in which two tije
,of.the tankers will be repaired In up to the Dade county authorities for pier on lower East Bay street, be- *,
French soldiers killed. As
' were a result \O
.cal shipyards and drydocked 10-1 the killing last night of Fred L. Wagner came at least temporarily a citizenof reprisals and clashes In various t .

), of Chicago, owner of the Inn Jacksonville when longshoremen
- parts of the occupied area ended in
\ property. landed him, alive and kicking The the death of eight Germans and tho
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'gator was first seen off the pier several wounding of several.A .
i iv r Vineyard development atGreenfield Farmers of Madison county have weeks ago and was fed occasion-

;,JIt i.I organized the Madisoh County Inde- ally. Tuesday he was noticed near small boy was scrubbing thl

pendent Co-operative Association and the end of the pier and appearing in front porch of his house the other day
$ and last summer the first crop I propose to work together for the gen- festive mood, he was the recipient of when a lady called. l
the old vines was eral betterment of conditions in that I
.vm year year attentions by a number of dock work "Is your mother in?" she Inquired.
(Ithered and in spite of the droughtch section. ,It Is announced that a ware- era. During the hour tho
supper "Do you think I'd be scrubbing tho
bothered the grape.growers as house will be erected and temporary I
of longshoremen prepared the "
party porch if the wasn't, was the curt
ill, Las everybody else, the crop wasp cold storage provided for perishables, ropes and after much maneuvering reply.-O. E. R. Bulletin. I I !
ttsfactory in quantity, being about to provide for the care of small lots finally looped a lariat over tho all I Igator's i

00 pounds. that must be held to secure a carload .
body and pulled him ashore.
Ah suttinly is glad to see yo' out I IIj
The association will handle live stock, I
I What done
of dat horspittle, Sam.
Miss Beatrice Morrison, 48, of NaN poultry and vegetables, and it is ex- Claiming ho forced her to sell liquor happen to yo' in thar? I I
11, II., committed suicide at St. pected that by thus combining good ,
then beating her and declaringhe
i Ah done had mah bones' Xrayed.An' .
ersburg by hanging herself to results will be obtained. intended to return to his first wife Ah bets a five-spot dey was 11 595

fter at the homeof Mrs. James H.l II Mrs. E. L. Fill man, 30, shot her husband loaded.-Pickup. Ij
lies, a winter visitor. The Two solid cars of cucumbers were a traction company employe, !

1 been in the'employ of Mrs. shipped from Winter Garden Wed- twice in the right leg at Jacksonville. SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE IIIIii III r.o.O.DLrof*

fourteen years and had been sub- nesday, the earliest date this section He was rushed to the St. Luke's hos-

et to fits of despondency. She us- has ever loaded solid cars. Local ship- pita for medical attention. Mrs. Fill- Iii I

a small silken girdle from her ments have been moving for the past man was incarcerated in the city jailon (In effect Jan. 1. 1022)! ) !!II i A Still Greater 'Vallie '

eater to hang herself. two week. At prices from $8 to $10 assault to murder charges, pend- SouthboundNo.
I bushel hamper, with a very fav- 1 reaches Starke at 12:10 a. m. :
per Ing the outcome of her husband'sRESULTS
Despondency over ill health of fivers orable season, growers are looking No. 3, 10:69: a. m. I .. Never before has a Ford Sedan been

', duration was believed to have forward to a heavy yield and prosper- No. 21, Cedar Key Train 4:58 p. m. sold at such a low price.

TELL No. 15, Limited 1:18: p. m.
--- - NorthboundNo. Never before has there been such a

2 arrives Starke 4:35 a. m. well-built Ford Sedan-improved with

No. 4 at 4:04 p. m. finer upholstery, window regulators

There Can Be No Doubt About die No. 20, Cedar Key Train. 8:47 a. M. and with many refinements in chassis
MOTHER! MOVECHILD'S Roiultt In Starke. No. 10 5:65
Results tell the tale Limited Wanae Branch: p. m. ::11 construction. .

All doubt la removed. No. 101 leaves Stark 7:48 a. m. This is the family car which fully
The testimony of SUrke citizen.
Can bo easily Investigated. No. 104 arrive Stark 8:16 p. ::1 ji I: meets every requirement of economy

BOWELS What better proof can be bad? Limited train No. 9 due at Starke ,II comfort and sturdy service.

W. E. Daughnrtjr. minister Cherry 11:22 p. m., Jacksonville to St. Petersburg1. ''
St, Stark, says: "Poan's Kidney f So great is the demand that deliverieswill
Pill did me lots of good. I suffered Limited train No. 10 rue at Stark soon be almost impossible. List

from terrible backache, caused by 6:45: a. m., St. Petersburg. to Jackson 'I order now make a small down
California Rg is ; malaria. I bad a difficult time to set vllle. 'I ,
' around and I could not work much In (These two trains do not stop at payment, the balance on easy terms.

Child's Best LaxativeEven my garden on account of the terrible Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the '
pain in the small of my back. The ,
Ford print hmat torn Sir
make between Jacksonville 'I Htwte la
kidney secretion passed too often only stops they far q./atj'/ ".. ,,..hne..1tqII
' and ware the color of red brick. A and Tampa., ;I
a sick child loved the "fruity" well playful child again. friend told me to try Doan's Kid aey Trains No. 7 and 8 operated from
>to of "California Fig Syrup." If the Million of mother keep "California Pill and two boxes cured mot of the Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7 J. W. ANDREWS JR., DEALER
U know a teaspoonful -
Lie stomach
upset tongue ooated Fig Syrup" handy. They:
l.+ .r U your child i I. crow feverish, full today nave a auk child to attack." I leaving. Hampton 11:50 p. m. and No. I LINCOLN FORD FORDSON
,\.. cold or ha colic. teaspoonful will morrow. Ak your druggist for Ki num" Price <0c. at all dealer Don I 8 arriving Hampton 5:10: a. m. Theee ,
Jj dtllver fail to open" the bowel In a few "California Fig Syrup" ham direction Imply ask for a kidney r..dY4I& are through trains, St. Petersburg to STARKE FLORIDA
if!$hue you can see for :yourself bow thor- for babies and children of allays Doan'a Kidney Plll.-rUie same that I Cincinnati Ohio. II -
it. work all the bottle Mother I You must S'oeter-MUburn I .
> ,aghly ,eoaatipatloa printed on Mr. Daugherty bad. _
'$ ....r. little bowel and give "California" or may get aa T J. GRIFFIN, t '
you say you Co.. Hfn. Buffalo N. T. ,. ,-- -. ---=--- --- -- - -- _' --
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f poison, sour ball aa4 waste Iron tag Imitation fig, i lyfnp. A treat.
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f': moved, and thus a wide, traight, open does see certain conditions shaping I personal exemption of $1,000, was I HAMPTON and feeling keenly the resp" nsibii,

; BradfordCouulylelegraph I channel is formed for some distance themselves like a very dark cloud upon subject to a normal tax of 8 per cent I ties of his exalted position, w oa

t along the stream, which takes placeof the destiny of America, and It will I The amendmenf extends also to nonresident Hampton March[ 23.-Mr. and Mrs.' ing on horseback along a road '
the shallow, crooked, insufficient require the best thought of better aliens, who are residents at J. B. Prevatt, of Starke, were guests remote section of his district. Com'

Published weekly and entered as natural ..hannel. This will preventthe men than the general run of politicians -I a contiguous .country, the benefit of of his sister, Mrs. J. F. Johnson, last I a smoke on 4 hillside.

second: class matter, at the post pounding of water near the who are now at the helm to reshape the $400 credit for each dependent. Sunday. I: "Boy," he said to a lad \vh,. 'r,

office at Starke, Florida. bridge, to the detriment of the road, those conditions that we may I The amendment is retroactive to, tike Mrs. W. P. Birt and daughter. Flo- loafing alongside the joad, hi I

=' :rtr- -:- __ .-- ,.-" as the ditches along the latter will continue to enjoy prosperity and the 'elfect/ January 1, 1022.JONESPAINTER. riebelle, were guests of Mrs. Birt's smoke up there from a still

throw much water into the stream at pursuit of happiness. Our present Miss\ Nimmo Saturday sir I reckon
E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner sister, Mary "Yes, it is,
; that point. This canal will assist in "splendid isolation" cannot ()e as last. ; replied.

the drainage of the neighborhood, As splendid two decades hence unless Miss Alttt Newsom, of Starke, who I
: "What
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY are they making up ", .''
considerable fill will be at ''
a these foreseen
very easily problems are of her sister Mrs. : -
A home wedding beautiful in its has been the guest "Might be makin' som.
water course, if the same procedurebe taken in band in time. We slopping "I'',
are returned to her
.', simplicity but perfect in every detail L. L. Bedenbaugh, i brandy."
t 1 S used, and care be taken not to let education out of an overfull pail
.' RATE and of affectionate interest to home. I
loose too much water near sharp heedless of where the wine of it falls The judge jumped from j h ,
; Hunt returned
Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
.. here and other I
friends ip
; Per Year _____________________$:too bends, many land/ owners will be ben- I we are making platitudinous prudesby 1 states their many was that of Miss Rebecca Coffin to their home here Sunday evening, i "Here* ,%>oy," he said, "hold th rl'

> efitted by improved drainage as well the thousands and scattering sex I mgoing up there and itiThny 'n.
after visit with Mr. Hunt's daughter

& We have changed our minds about ''I .", by improved road. science like dust to the winds, we are I which painter was and solemnized Mr. Levis Thursday Oren Jones evening Mrs.a C. P. Sasser of Valdosta, ill can't district.flout the" law in thu 11111I
educating improvident thousands out my
Henry Ford for president. We be. Ga.
:March 1st, at he home of :Mr.
lieve he i is the only man in the United IK) CIIKISriANS=" (;0 TO THIS of the will to labor with their hand, and :Mrs. John P. Cofflnt The bride Mrs. J. H. Pollard left Tuesday for I The boy took the reins, ,tlill,: tI. .

MOVIES? without inculcating in them the U'U-I I judge climbed the> fence and!
States...who could tell the Standard -tarta
is the niece of Mr. Coffin and the Macon, Ga., where she will spend a
inn to carve out a higher niche in towards the smoke. After ..
Oil Company where to go and see groo'm a brother of Mrs. Coffin. The few days with her sister, Mrs. Coch- ii hi;

that they went. Come on, Henry, we The Alabama Christian Advocate in which they may safely face life itself large living doom was transformed ran. gone a few steps the boy shouted

are for any one who will bust the Its editorial column asks the ques- ; we are shutting -ur door's! to the, I into a bower of beauty, with lavish "Oh, mister!"
Truby Dyal, of Graham, was a bus.
toilers who bro 1 the sod I
art to
Sanford Herald. tion "Do Christians to the .pick "
trusts. movies -
go decorations of green and white. iness visitor here Saturday.J. "What is it? asked the jmim
"' shovel and glory in their abi. to
? It also answers it by saying, t'y
I Prior to the ceremony, George W. J. Lawrence, of Brooklyn, was a "Effen you don't come buck \
accomplish with those instruments wrot
The friends of E. S. Matthews "Yes Christians but they : "
some "
many go Coffin 0 Promise Me, accompanied -
end Banff business visitor here this week. must I do with the horse,
': representative of Bradford county, are not as strong and useful as they throwing wide our doors to idle j I by- Mrs. Warren C. Coffin on Rev. Jones filled his'regular i ped.

4 J \ will be glud to hear that he has with would be if they did not go. Theyare consumers; we are thus putting a I the piano. Rev. Warren C. Cufftn, at the Baptist church Sun-appointment \

. s4 drawn his resignation from the legislature not growing Christians." And premium upon the unskilled becauseof pastor of the Union Congregational -
\ day morning and evening.Mr. .
I made some few days ago. Mr. then again: "A real warm hearted, their shrinking numbers and giving -: church at Interlacben, said the beautiful To Stop a Cough Quick

I Matthews, by virtue of his knowledgeof soul-saving Christian, who yearns for i them for their labor a wage to | ceremony of the Episcopal Rufus and family have located I take HAYES' HEALING HONEY* ,'

of legislative matters, would make a the coming of Christ's Kingdom, and which they are unaccustomed and in j f church jointly with Rev. Sheldon A. on the Robert Wynn farm west of II i couch medicine which stops the COUgh t!

splendid speaker of the house for this who wishes to do everything in his the handling of which they come to I'f Harris, of the local church. town. healing the inflamed and irritated tistua,

term.-Macclenny Standard. o' or her power to bring about that grief,'trying to climb out of the one i pastor I H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, has been i, A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TKATt/ !
| The used and the '
ring was ,
ceremony [ !SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds
in which -after interests here it;
avenue they can bu useful looking property
Kingdom, will not go to the movies? .
bride was given away by her mother, Croup Is enclosed with every buulr /
activities around Starke This doubt is the editor's and happy, trying to ape those who recently. HAYES'
Farming no opinion ,, :Mrs David A. Painter. ; HEALING HONEY. The salt,
S have taken a new spurt. Thanks to and many there perhaps are who are no better but merely more fortu. :j j I Miss Vera Long, who has been the j should be rubbed on the chest and thaI, i
: nate from birth early environment.. !!'I The bride was very fair and sweetin of children Buffering from a Cold or Crou
the now common tractors, fields that will agree with him. But it seems >or / guest of :Mrs. K. B. Watterson for '"

have lain fallow for years, because n us, and we, too, are entitled to an Were we not so familiar with these her beautiful wedding gown of of several days, left for her home in I! Hide The the hrallnit throat effect combined of Kayos'with the Hrnllng healintclTK lion Ie tU
the facts, they would form a terrible in- 'i Rowa crepe and a corsage bouquet drove a O-Peo-Trato Salve' through ttie ,
of the difficulty of getting them under opinion, that statements quoted Camp ilIe Sunday. : port }
i pink hyacinths and orange blossoms. the Bkla soon stops a courth. 'II
,.. tilth, are now plowed and planted, above are much too broad and the dictment, but they have accumulated Prof. W. O. Duval, who is ,attend, I Both remedies am packed In one carton and ibi It
t much new ground is being cleared view taken much too narrow. True it evolved and grown so gradually She is the pnly child of Mrs. David A. ing Gainesville university, attended eont of tba combined" tnntmeot la S5a '"'
i Painter, and is a woman of charming Just ask druggist for HAYS
? and fenced and new buildings are bo- is that some pictures shown at the that we do not fear them, even when I church here Sunday evening. j; HEALING HONEY.your; I.If.
personality, and is noted for her brilliancy -
ing up on all sides. More tomatoes, movien are harmful, but at the same summed up in their nakedness. It is P. J. Pearce and family and Mrs. | '
and lovable disposition, and is
L sweet corn and other truck for shipping time the movies could be made an this quiescent attitude from which the I! O. Haynes were visitors to Lake Butler :
both here and with
popular a
are being planted than ever before Instrument of great good both educationally danger rises. It will require a mind very I Sunday.'

and the talk of "hard times" is and in a religious way-and like that of Wilson to solvb the problem I I large circle of friends Elsewhere. The I :Mrs.V.. E. Daugherty, of Starke, '
is genial cultured, intellectual I
, seldom heard. The farmers seem to even today the entertainment given a character 'of the force of Grover j groom a was a visitor here Sunday. I
gentleman, and ia a. fit mate for
have awakened to the unsurpassed by moving pictures are both harmfuland Cleveland or of Theodore Roosevelt I.V.. :Moore and family, of The-

1 I possibilities of this section, and to helpful, and if the movies are to to execute the solution, and a his lovely bride. I realm, attended church here fast Sunday -
Mrs John P. Coffin was assisted in
Ij have formed a determination .to utilize bl' made better they must be mudii so personality like that of Lincoln or of 4\J,

.4 these advantages. by Christians. Roosevelt J.o; get the country behind entertaining the guests by her dauchj j; Mrs. J. F. Johnson and Miss Emma(! t.j,
ter, Mrs. Ruth Coffin Bennett, MBS. i
him in order that action be
ts.. One might as well say that a warmhearted may cooperative Warren C. Coffin and Mrs. Jasper JJ. I I Johnson attended church at Starke on 11I
AN INTERESTING=" IIEPOKT; Christian should not read the | Sunday last. : '

Bible just because there are some Will ,such a trinity be at hand for Ozment. Delicious refreshments were Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Williams were {
and Jim-
served Misses Dorothy I
I We have of late received the an- bad book Dancing is condemned by us?Leebburg Commercial. mie Collar by Margaret Smith and business visitors to Starke this week. I

: irual' reports of the various state de this same paper just because there j | The music clas8 here is advancing
Charlotte Coffin. A pleasant jdcial!
partments. They mostly contain dry bud dance halls. Card playing is _. I j
are INCOME TAX INFORMATION nicely under the able management of
| hour was enjoyed by the guests, forty | We Our Own Lenses''' 1"
: statistics, which we as yet have had wrong in their opinion, because some in number. Valuable and beautiful -I :Miss Jessica Hendry, of Waldo. grind
no time to Hut the fifth biennial cards for not ,
: peruse. play money. Why go Administrative measures have been presents were received from the [ NODELAYQaines7i11c
of the state shellfish further and that all theatres I
are ,
. say taken by the bureau of internal revenue many friends of the bride and groom, | Instructions WantedA
commissioner differs from the others wrong-grand should not be I Florida
opera to carry into effect two important both here and elsewhere. Virginian, recently' elected judge ,
because it is of more general inter. heard because of jaza?
\ amendments to the revenue act They are at home to their friendsat
est it confines itself to short To that "A real hearted .
; a summary say warm
of 1021, adopted during the closing No. 1 Southeast avenue. The News -
of receipts and expenditures soul-saving Christian will not to
"t ; gp days 01.the session in to
respect exchanges extends heartiest congratulations and
and the balance is devoted to descriptions the movies" is wide of the mark. GENERAL INSURANCE
of property and incometaxof best wishes for married
a long, happy
f:;; of the various activities of ther' Christians as thus described do go to

commissioner and the industries he the movies and will continue to go, of the non-resident act is amended aliens.by Section eliminatingthe 202 life.--Johnstown News. I N MAN & ..R I T C H

supervises. notwithstanding this editor's I
I opin-
Three placoa-jn Florida have gain- ion. provision allowing the exchange LORD HELP THE WILDCAT FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILELocated '4
? free from tax of. stocks, bonds, notes,
S ed distinction on. account: of the crops I If editorials were only written in a hoses in actuon, certificates of trustor in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 4
they harvest from the which vein of constructive criticism and not Two hunters in the North Carolina
j sea, beneficial Hours Every Day.
interest and limits the a- }
woods had chased wild cat to
..... come under the shellfish commission as an opinion of strict condemnationof a '
where .
cases securities may be exchanged -
er's jurisdiction. Apalachicola is a large part of our Christian citizens !- for other clearing and were terrified to see the STARKE FLORIDA .I
securities withoutthe
. known for its large oyster trade, their weight of influence wouldbe beast jump into the window of a .cab ,..
realization of taxable income to
Fernandina for its shrimp industry much increased. in from which the sound of a wom ,

I and Tarpon Springs for its spongeS This editor reminds us of a remarkwe those cases where the exchange is in an's voice had just been heard. On HAROLD HUME W... P. SIMMONS D. MORRISON..Jr. r.

connection with the reorganization of the porch, rocking comfortably and Pr>*. d.nl VcePr! ..id.nt Sec. Tr....
fishery. These industries are treat once heard made by a prominent -
one or more corporations. As a con-
ed of in the and churchman who said "Thi+ 800 apparently unperturbed, sat Friend
report are e are of this amendment Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry ,
sequence any exchange -
by numerous pictures. Incidentally religions: but 7J! !) are wrong.-Ba Husband.
of securities effected subsequent 1 I Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices
it may bo mentioned that the revenue County Beacon. "For heaven's sake, is your wife in .
of the. department from various to January 1, 1023, may result there?" screamed one of the hunters. Prompt ShipmentAsk
in taxable income or deductible loss, "
,: sources pays its expenses, besides WHAT OF -rilE UNSKILLED? the "Yeah. I
amount of which should be
computed neighborHe know
leaving a comfortable balance. Texas "Good Lord, man, get busy! A I your
as if the securities had been wildcat just jumped in the window!" Get New Fall price Lit Before BuyingE. :;
R. the commissioner
Hodges liken
What would an Edison be worth toa sold for .
an amount of cash equivalent .
his work and has his well "Yeah? Well, let him git out the JacksonvlleFTa':
Fertilizer Co
department 0. Painter
:, civilization so highly educated and to the fair market value of the .
I prop- best he I for the
I'j. organized.\ way can. got no use
" ., specialized that none was left willingto erty received in exchange. Section pesky critters and danged if I'm go.in' .

\ I dig postholes, do the dirty work of 202, prior to its amendment, provided .. -- -" ,;
4: / EFFICIENT: ROAD WORK to help him. -American LegionWeekly.
cleaning the floors in machine shopsor
" for the exchange of property held "
t handle the pick and shovel fhe for investment for other property of
Camp No. 12, of the state road department mortar trowel and the wheelbarrowjo Pat It
1"ft is a like kind without the realization of To Cure a Cold In One I1y Caught
the fills
busy making
on necessary in construction of man :
taxable Income. .
(like LAXATIVE DBOMO QUININE: !: (Tablets ) .
both,, aides of Wateroak -erevk where ufacturing plants in which to turn Section 202 Is amended also to tnps tl iu.(outfh anil Headai'ha anil works uKi
the new hard surfaced rdad provide < >ld. f:.W. LROV t:;'." signature ou eain box. :3\<,,
crosses out the things first evolved from thebrain
that in case of tax free exchanges -

. that stream. Thls,work.is done in a of the wizard? ; for example, exchanges of Securities --- ---. But It Got Away !
-- -
I' .. most thorough manner, and it is apparent This thoughf'was brought to mind rr------ '
in connection with the reorganization L.. .-.. .... '. :
: that the county bond trustees -- -- -
by a paragraph/ in the Fort Lauderdale : of a corporation, where! I
,were wlMe in waiting until the state
Sentinel. We do not with
agree money is received "to boot" the '
; did this work, because, if done with II .
the conclusion expressed in the first
amount of gain realized from the exchange SevereI I I
e.iual thoroughness by the coun'y sentence. It is too crude and too unJhouKhtful. is the excess of the sum of ;

alone, the grading of the road would : In fact, it is no logical the money and the fair market valueof !
have cut unduly large slice out of An Irishman down the with
an conclusion at all. But there is food the property received in exchangeover Indigestion came running street

the boml issue. As n.solid foundation for thought in this as in many things the cost (where applicable the his hat in one hand and his bandana the other, puffing -

in necessary for the stability of the Editor Matthews, who seems to be and almost
{ fair market value as of March 1, blowing, out of breath I -
1 road, the tax "I had very severe attacks of .
payers-may confidently something of a pessimist at heart, 1913) of the property exchanged, Indigestion" writes Mr. M. H. He ran up to the station just in time to catch hold '
: expect to get as good a thoroughfareas print in his editorial columns. This! however that the Wade farmer of R. F. D. I
provided, amount a I. of the rear end of the train but the train had much
be made so
though must
can we expect time he says: of taxable gain resulting from the Weir! Miss. "I would suffer

,'. the road department to take its "The sooner we quit trying to give exchange shall not exceed the amount lor months at a time. All I dared l momentum that it threw him sprawling on the ground. m

\ time. The material is good1 enough, every boy and girl the higher education of money received. For example, if, eat butlef.was. consequently a little bread I suffered and- A bystander nemarked: "Pat you did-not quite 1&

and careful judgment is shown in the better. We say the boys or prior to the enactment of this amendment from weakness I would try catch it," to which Pat replied "Oh yes, Oi caught it, ; .

placing of the different cluaxes of girls who have not proven themselves a taxpayer exchanged, in connection to eat. then the terrible sufferIng but it gotaway."
earth so as ,to. establish a good bond.. while passing through school, can in my stomach! I took % I t
with the reorganization of a medicines, but did not Another
The four-mule the get any remarked: "Pat you did not run quite fast .
wagons give but small hope of making any corporation, stock which cost him better. The druggist recom- "
heavy loads of material the ( enough, and Pat replied "Sure I did fast enough
.1 upon great headway in high school or col $1,000 for other stock of a fair mar run r,

bunk, thoroughly pack each lay r''r lege. When they have finished gram. ket value of $1,100, together with .mendedBedford's but I did not start soon enough." t.:

j from buttom to top as it gains in mar school, if they have not made $.100 in cash, no taxable income re-> f That is just the trouble with some people in saving -

'r' 'height.We S good they should, be put to some use- suited therefrom. Under this amendment money.-they do not start soon enough, cousequen
note a special for' :
which the engineer in deserves ful occupation. Why permit numb- the amount of gain resulting tly do not get anywhere and, like Pat, when an op.portunity"comes .
(! skulls to waste four years in high I from this exchange would be $.*>00, ILAGK-DBAUSHT\

f11; commendation!! Instead of school and then four in college, that but the taxable gain would. bo only along for them to make a profitable I'

:.,t.y' getting the material along the road,' might be devoted to some useful occupation -' $.100, the amount of receivedin investment they have to let it go by.
money and I decided
to try it. for, as 1 in
', luaVing unsightly borrow pits, the ?" exchange.The say, I had tried others for two L I Right now is the time to begin, even if the beginning

; earth, except what is gained from the I Thin idea i hI linked up with. Immigration -: effect of amendment! in respect or more years without any improvement is small. The longer you put it off the harder it

,. excavation of the side ditches, Is taken as well as education. Only n to income tax "Of non-resident in my health.. I soon J I will be for ,
from the 1 lw and useless land found the, black-Draught was \ you accumulate, something.BRADFORD "
weeks the I '
eoupieYf Saturday
ago aliens Is to give non-resident aliens Kl
acting on my liver and eastol'f I'
. along the stream, o..a long, narrow I Post contained article ,
Evening 1
,l" I an 'who are residents of a contiguous f the terrible pain. I '
strip. All trees and stump are cct which was educational as well as interesting country (for example, Canada) the win two or three weeks! I I
the in which found I could go back: to eaunz. II
giving light benefit of the 4 per cent rate df nor- I only weighed 123. Now I I

\ the "pick and shovel" laborer is viewed mal tax on the first $1,000 of net.ln- weigh 147-eat anything; I wartt

: t Aching by those who have large cormtrucfiVncontracts come in excess' of a personal exemp- to and by taking Black-Draught

: 'burning feet ? to perform. tion of $1,000 received as compensation I, I do Have not suffer/you tried Thedjord's1 COUNTY BANK : I

The Commercial docs not pretend I[, for labor or services performed Black-Draught? If not. do so

MENTHOLATUM to be able to solve th\( problem. It in the United States. Prior to the today. N. T.
; HITCH. W. T. WEEKS, J. H. RITCH,; .'
enactment of this amendment the en- Over 8 million! packages sold, PrH dent. I f
, Vice President. CashierT:
Colds ....
relieves andrefreshes. dilute t riHI** u4IU5. : a year. At dealers' '
net income of
t: .''i LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE!: hLleu. .,. rw'eccc ..... every non-resi- C ..
... There Is only CMr" .. uw....... dent alien from sources received with T L EM _' I

i;. Eo W..C'OVE'S. tSgnso'.* o"bI>s. *11.-. in the United States, in excess of a _....It ;t.Q i: =- 11'H: : =-

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Ii Mrs. Scott will also go to DeLand to I _' TMrenmmramraniT'iitiifmirnmrnmtrgnnvrRoy I traffic resumed. tomobile design and construction. i

visit her son, W. A. Scott, who fs The square was packed! when Young "New improvements in tho Ford'

@ teaching in tho school there. Edwards appeared. Chngipg to vantage pointson ci\rs, both open and enclosed models,
Bits of LocalInloriiiatioii @ the Thirty-third street elevated!) lire attracting much favorable com

Inman & Ritch insure everythingthat station wero dozens of camcranum. ment. The finish is of a high quality -
I is insurable. On the job every Windows of every skyscraper in the aspect. The slanting windshieldon
I minute of the day and sleep light at The Plumber vicinity were filled with men and women the open models adds to the general -

night 3-10-tf laughing/ and talking excitedly attractiveness of these popular
... Concerning Our People, Business and as Young begun his climb. The police cars and persons Interested, in the
"' 1 have reopened busmens in 14
Progress in the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs. j., w. Ureen, of San- Starke an a plumber and auk eatimated the crowd at 20,000. enclosed types remark upon tho fine '
deison, were visitors to Starke Saturday Had Premonition of Danger fabrics used. in the uphol'lt ry. Tile
for a hare of your patronage.
They formerly lived here and No plumbing problemIs Young wore it white' shirt, duck high excellence of Ford performance
still own a valuable farm east of trousers and white hoea which served U, of course, universally recognized.
too large or too small
New straw lids at Sternberg'sC Tulley, Dr. and Mrs. Chandler, of town, but Mr. Green has for some too intricate for me. Work to outline his figure against the "Iti-ports coming in at the Jacksonville -
Luwtey motored here Friday after- time represented the J. R. Watkins dial wall. Young apparently realized branch of the Ford Motor Company "
dune short
on notice" satisfactorily
L. Hodges spent Monday in noon. medicine company in Baker county. and at reasonable soon after hu began his climb that show rather astonishing salesof s
Macclenny looking after business.S. he was in danger. 1'uoplo in windows : lord cars and indications are that
prices. I have had many
Another big lot of Liggett's Remember- "THE EARLY of past which hu climbed said later that u shortage will come soon.
L. Peek and son, Sinclair, Jr., Coffee on the ItEXALL one- : BIRD GETS THE WORM." The years plumber" in experience different cities all a, they heard him muttering to himtielf "Sales for ten months now have exceeded -
spent Sunday in Jacksonville.Kirk cent sale at Mitchell's. April 5; texall one-cent sale at Mitch- and when I was in business" "I can't make it, I can't make jt" 100,000/ a month so that absorption -

(6, and 7th. ell's Drug Store, April 5, 6, 7th. in Starke the last time my llut ho kept on \\hen lie reached I is about neck and neck with
Lewis spent Sunday In Jacksonville work gave full satisfaction. tho tenth (lour\ hm foot Hlipped\ Down production. at the factory.

., Mrs. Grace Ford and Miss Carrie Last .Sunday morning at the Presbyterian 1m plutyix'd. Front the crowd rose n I "'l1lC'11' is nu question but what tho
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. groan that grew like tho moaning of
Uglow are spending two weeks in i iI prospective purchaser of a Ford car
t if1 r A tailor made suit for $25; at I I I Jacksonville with Mrs. R. L. McDow- Davis had their beautiful littlo Roy Edwards tho wind. Foiling close to the wall, will act wisely if he places his orderimmediately.

Sternberg's.Dr. I ell. daughter Jean Patterson, christened. he crushed on to the balcony His \ Then he will be assured -
; I The church was appropriately deco- Starke, Fla.lXIDlDlllwwmwwmmmmwmlllJllmmmmclmGII. body was deflected! out Into the street. of having his car when he wants it

, and Mrs. J. 11. Carrodine, of Mrs. Sarah L. Ilamrick, Mrs. Nelle rated with white lilies for this Impressive Below there was a scurry for safety. and will not have to wait.
Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Mon Hughes, Miss Elma Robinette and D. ceremony, which was >-performed ,I The climber was killed instantly.
day. P. Carpenter motored to Jacksonville by Rev. T. J. Hedges. ;
hours 10n. "
I or use ours. Prompted at ,
sr.\M OIitl) OIL IO. OI'OI.IZ.
today. in to begin and! 12 to dismiss. Season for Hejolclnalll ."r
Rawson Davis of Jacksonville W. L. Douglas shoes cost no G. W. S. WARE I IMJ:" ; II1K OIL I NIISTIiVI "ht<'oiiniu>ns I Tried l>y ndvorslty DM '.
spent the week-end with his father Millinery of quality at low more than others not as good. Director.ItKVTII !good ground for 111"1')1111&| lu Its! borrowOvM. 1

,, J. R. Davis. price Sternberg's.Carl On sale at Sternberg's. I Complete control and domination of ... .
-- -- '--'
the oil thu various Stan-
Industry by
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and Johns and Gus beasley, who The following persons motored to J.JZMmTlI (lard Oil companies lu violation of Why/ Dank Oflclal\ Get Gray.
children motored to Lake Butler and are attending the University of Florida Gainesville Sunday afternoon: Mr. I the HIll dissolution decree of the ",Hy the wily, Mm :Smnll:: tliut \.he: a
New River Saturday. spent the week-end here with and Mrs. J. II. Hitch and children, Elizabeth Redding died at the United States supreme court, was /oil dcpodlted oho oilier lay curve back
home of her daughter Mrs. C. R. marked, 'No funds's"Uh. thank*I III'OIl't
homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jones and children charged.. by the Latyllotto: oil investigating -
\ deposit It this time. I'll cash It
Another KCXALL one-cent 'Mrs. S. L. Peck and daughter, Snpp, on Thompson street, early committee in its report to uste'ud-. l.lfe.
sale at Mitchell's Drug Store on Mrs. Arthur Scholita and Mrs. An- Frances Lee, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- Thursday morning, aged 07 years and the senate, after u three months! inquiry i
April 5, 6, '7th.; na E. Field have returned from a few berg and children, Mr. and Mrs. C. two months. Thu interment took into conditions arid prices in I
and Pablo F. Hoover Don Hoover F. Beck and place at Sapp cemetery Thursday afternoon -
days visit a,St. Augustine the oil business. How It Work
Mrs. Elfie Miner and little daughter Beach. son, Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Rev. I,. 11. Simpson, pastor Thu Standard! (companies were declared I This man who 'lou ,tines hlmHvlt lndi.- i
Beatrice of Lawtey were guests Mrs. Mary Shatter, Mrs. Nelle c>>f the First Methodist church, of in thu report to exercise this pennlble In* of course, the one who
this week of Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Symmons Inn Vanilla on the Hughes Lucile Mitchell D.P. Carpenter Stiirkc1, conducting the obsequfeH. The control in such a manner UN to IIx liiitigtiicN his liiNtlonld bo irreparable -
Itexall one-cent sale at Mitch H. C. Wall, Miss Lucile Deal, funeral arrangements were In charge "the price which thq refiner receivesfor and hi UNimUy turns. out Mtrong

W. J. Epperson Jr., spent the week ell's Drug Store: April 5, 6, 7th. Mrs. Vivirette Lewis, Misses Audrey of Funeral Director D. C. Jones. his gasoline and kerosene, as well In not.. hfrag" but 1II1I1I'II1Itlou.ntT'a'"
end with relatives in Tampa and St. Johns and Ethel Griffin, Mr. and Mrs Thu deceased leaves to mourn her as tho retail ,price paid! by tho con- Tim. - -
" Petersburg.Mrs. J. *J. Truby, Mr. and Mrs. Weller, r-:. M. Davis, W. A. Bessent, Mr. and departure one daughter, Mrs. Nettie) sumer."
Mrs. R. S. Will Agin. !?app, two l.rothersV, :M. Redding !
and Miss Mabel Weller motored to : Humphrey, The report declared\ the committee
of :Sanford; and II. F Peddinf of
. R. P. McLarin, of Lake Geneva St. Augustine, Palatka and Jackson- I through its inquiry had found that
spent Sunday with her daugh ville last Thursday.Mrs. Sunday the swallows were busy I.KWtey, and two sisters, Ides: Emma thin control was! exorcised through; rENT-A-WORD
ft !Norman; of Wat oak and. Mrs. Al.on
nests in the hung or ,
building gourds
Mrs. O. L Haynes. up me*Sod "more subtle" than those used -
iter Smith of Miami. Her cHvrfn'neiis' :
L M. Swann and daughter, for them; Monday our citizens were by the Standard Oil Company of a
,I t Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Miss Estelle, have returned to Atlanta apprehensive of a freeze; Tuesday generosity and! sympathy won fir hei New Jersey and its subsidiaries priorto
Sunday in Lawtey with Mrs. Adkins' I after a short visit with Mrs. K P. they went humped up in overcoats; many friends, who join tncl l>'>rin.ed the dissolution decree, and with

mother Mrs M. E. Edwards. McLarin and family.Mitchell's Wednesday. morning they stood in relatives] in thuir sorrow.1IAKKU the result that "in some respects the I WANTUD; -Hundred women, whitoor

their shirt sleeves watching the sun industry as a whole] as well an the colored, ApiJv canning factory, ?
Mrs. T. J. Griffin and brother, Drug Store has been reprinted cros lithe line for the !!spring equinox. COUNTY SIIKUHT WINS public are more completely at themercy I W. K. Lee Co., Tnc. S-2.l-2t: .
James Darby, spent Monday in Jacksonville rearranged and has had new (Note-The sun was easily seen, but u.\'ITLKirn HUM ItIJNN BUS of the Standard Oil intercst< r
rOR SALK;--Strawberry crates, complete ,
I furniture installed this week. It now the line was somewhat obscure.) ______ than before the supremo court forced, .
with 1>. W. Moore Thernsiui.
looks as neat as a new pin. Thursday they went about repairingthe Captured I'our Men\ Four Curs and the Rplitting-up of tho New Jersey cups. 2-10-tf.,
Double mesh hair nets, lOc at I scare crows set for the robins, 2H1: Gallons; of Liquor in chase; Company. 1

,Sternberg's. Mrs. W. L. Wall spent Sunday in which are still here. Has !spring! The methods of control as Bet forth LOST-Two yearlings, male, unmarked -
I Gainesville, and while there was the come or not? Wish we knew wherewe Fighting u running gun battle with in the report include division of marketing | one red with -white hair tan

Prof. Lyman P. Pryor, of Jacksonville f; guest of her sister, Mrs. J. E. Wil are at. alleged rum runners, said to be from territory between the various forehead; other white und black,
was here Wednesday giving'' son. Jacksonville, Joe Jones, Jr., sheriff Standard companies on almost the I small spots. A. Swanbom Snxton. ,
} lessons to his voice class. I I II I NEW :MILLINERY AT VKOUKEK of linker county, narrowly escaped same basis as before the dissolution, I 3-2J-21: 4'
L. Wyman spent Monday and Tues death Monday night when bullet ownership of the principal pipe linen
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Knabb, of Mac- '! day in Jacksonville attending the We have opened up a new millin- from one of the four cars which ha interlocking stock ownership, fixing! When ordering( your Missionary( und '

clenny, were guests Sunday of Mr. l I meetings of the U. iS. Senate Inves- ery, dry goods and sowing department was chasing shattered the windshield of prices in the producing fields, excessive Klondyko strawberry plants for
and Mrs. C. L. Hodges. tigating committee on forestry. store 1n the postofUco building of his automobile. and discriminatory freight growing runners ppvvity' Allen's
at Brooker, and will sell at cash pri Having received! n tip early in the rates and, ownership of the basic patents and get the best that can )bu !grown
Two packages of best quality More bargains than ever be- ces. Our aim Is to try and satisfyour night that n consignment of liquor' for gasoline manufacturing processes pure and unmixed. Accept' no sub-
Cocoa for the price of one on fore on the spring one-cent sale customers. was to bu carried through Macclenny nil lutes Mr. N. II. Hull represents
., the Itexall one-cent sale at' ut Mitchell's Drug Store, April MATHENV-ABERNATIIY & CO. from Georgia to Jacksonville, the us in Starko and will forward your
Mitchell's, April 5, 6, and 7th. 5, 6, and 7th. __...-J_ I sheriff went in his car to the Smith A'I"nNUAIITO: SHOW I ..,dl'r. 2-U-J-30\ :\
1 AT SAXTON CHURCH bridge, about six miles north of MacJclenny -
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernan- At Kickliter's: 100 bushels Geor- at the Georgia; line on the St. Mr. J. W. Andrews! Jr., loon I Ford I lIeN. Curtia in n to If .. flays M

I dina, is visiting at the home of Mr.and gia peanut seed, $2.25: per bushel; Preaching at Saxton church every I Marys rivor. Here he came upon dealer who has just returned from I >riUCl r'11.1"."i r i iti.'f'inil'>,,. till mimrv, 1 il
Mrs. L. A. Davis. chufa seed, $5* per bushel; Meade cot- second and fourth ,Sunday at 3 p. m., four curs, thu drivers of which were Jacksonville where lit attended the I.,. '.''inty. Y ,.*:dnvt., itcMnil, t'Ilnr d.I ".; and r..u'I vwti, t';,*m. ,y 4
ton seed and nil varieties of cow ,by Rev. Powell, of Lawtey. acting in a suspicious manner, and, Auto Show, is enthusiastic over lhi
l1Jal\M! \
alt ( : ;nmacxmnrTllmrnardlrrplprCOFFINS
II. M. Tallmadge, city editor of the peas. It Singing fvery Sunday at 2 p. m. he ordered them to come to a stop. Lincoln and Ford car exhibits. I {
l". Gainesville News, was renewing acquaintances _- Sunday school every Sunday at Instead of doing so, the drivers step- "The Lincoln car display of the* & CASKETS' .
in Starke Tuesday. I I Good; hose for men and women 2:30: p. m. ped on the gas and headed f toward. I Ford Motor Company attracted the And a Full Line of "

2 pair for 25c; at Sternberg's All are welcome to the services. Macclenny, where they hoped to hit attention of everyone interested in UnJ.rl J..u' Supptm -
Judge R. A..Green and A. O. An- i, the highway. It was at this time that quality tars," he Haul. "TinLincoln! -.I._ __ ,
r dreu were visitors to Gainesville and I J. J. Truby and E. S. Weller wentto FREE SEEDS thu gun battle commenced and con cum show remarkalili advances in AUTOMOBILE HRAIIHK ;

) High Springs Sunday afternoon.: "Benny's Pool" Monday to fish. tinued to Macclenny. the construction of fine motor cur Always on hand. The best .u- iiwt.
Among their.catch was a bass weigh The Telegraph has received a boun- In driving his car just behind opt body work and lire distinguished by .. .! the lowest. price Sp -
" Mfs. D. E. Knight spent Thursday''' ing It pounds and another weighing tiful supply of seeds from Washington of the cars in which there were several superior finish. Mechanically, the del llcntlon tn telegraph. or-
\ and Friday in Jacksonyille visiting 8 pound. including vegetable and flower men who were firing, thu windshield I earn present a number of refinement .*.. Registered Kmb.lm r.DeWlff .

Mrs. J. C. Stribling. seeds, to be given away to those who I of the sheriff's car was slab and a new conception In finish of the -..- .
1' I Mesdames II. L. Brownlee, T. N. intend to give thenf a fair trial. In teied on the off side from where he I I workmir parts of the motor iUelf.] All C. JONES
S Eugene Matthews spent the week- Limbaugh A. 'V, Anderson, W. J. order to hasten the distribution of the was driving the glass flying in all\ I developments in the Unruln, tend toward STARKE FLA '4
$ end in Jacksonville with his aunt, I IJf i Epperson and Geo. A. Anderson mo- seeds, we have turned them over to directions. The outcome of the affair the ultimate perfection in au
' I >)((inm( >r.1CJf1I1III1UrJjlIIImr1/ TO*
Mrs. Annie Richard. ( tored to Lake Butler Wednesday and the Bunk of Starke, "the bank of was that four cars wero captured. II
4Z II I spent the day with friends. helpful service," where each appli- together with four men arid :285 gal-\ -

Mrs. Ed R. Near and children spent ,I cant may get free a reasonable sup- Tons of moo 'lIhine. The cars are In I
:f the week-end with relatives in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Raiford were ply of seeds! while they, last. storage at Macclenny.

It sonville. visitors to Starke Wednesday. They Thu men gave their names as Henry I
I ; I were accompanied by Dr. C. It. Brown READING CIRCLE Gardner, J. S. Solomon, Ed Ues- rnEnlryS c ;

Raspberry Jam on the Hexall who has lately bought a home in that sent, and !'. ft. Kirkland, and stated II I
f one-cent sale. Mitchell's DrugStore lively] town of Union county. The reading circle of the Methodist | that their homes were' in Jackson I

April. 5, 6, and 7th. I IMr I missionary society met Monday afternoon ville.The
I IC Get; your summer's supply of with Misses Olive and Amelia sheriff was assisted, in the arrests butAlallandatotlebYeth1 t')

and Mrs. Joe Hoover, Mr. and : fine writing'paper at the spring Kay at their home ,on N. Walnut by Raleigh Rye, speed patrolman I 1
, Mrs. Edward Burns spent the week one-cent sale. Mitchell's DrugStore street. of the highway in Baker county ''a'tt no ont stanas'u ri 11 .t d y i

end ut Kingsley lake. April ;5, 6, and 7th. On account of the heavy rain there I and Will Pierce of Macclenny. The ( : buP aU
I" were only a few members present but men will bo given preliminary hearing J I igbti rig1tt

Ladies' silk hose from ;)Oc''a Last Monday evening Mrs. ,Nelle they enjoyed the interesting lesson as soon asarrangements are com-

pair up. Sternberg's. Hughes entertained the Merry Workers from the BOW book, "Building with pleted. They are now confined) in the
f _________ I i at her home on Lafayette street. India." The hostesses, assisted by Baker county jail.
I G. M. Bennett and family have At the close of the pleasant social Mrs. J. W. White, served light refreshments I This Is jut putting the "human touch" to inanimate
., moved here from Theressu, and are j!(evening the hostess served delicious of fruit punch and cuke, HUMAN! "SI'IDfcR": FELL: 'JO objects to enliven the point we wish:' to make,
f occupying A. II. Johns' residence in refreshments. the favor on each plate being a bunchof DEATH FKOM IIOIKL WALLSDaredevil I that the "EMPTY SACK" Is limp, lame and lifeless -

the southern part of town. J I velvety pansies. ; unable to"sustain Itself; helplessly, hopelessly

! i Unbleached sheeting, yard The study circle will meet in April 'Crushed When lie Plunged "floundered.

I Charles Fields, of Altoona, Pa.,, wide, 15c<< at Sternberg's. with Mrs A.. Z. Adkina. Ten Stores fo Pavement But look at the full, fat sack; up-right, and "right
I Leslie Futch, of Hampton, and Lucite up" and doing. Self-sustaining; nclf-assertive ;
: Bennett have recently entered the' Mrs. L. II. Bennett, of Ellijay, Ga., NOTICE: With a New York City Broadway ready to "start something" pride; a comfort;
I grammar grades of the B. II. S. who hall been visiting her daughter crowd standing agape, with "movie" a realism; a joy.
I I II Mrs. James Shepard, has returned to I Those who will ;; invited to Sar- iimchinvs clicking out their yards. of

I Mrs. R. P. McLaurin and son, J. F. her home being accompanied as far dis church the fourth Sunday in this celluloid\ ribbon Harry F. Young, The picture points a moral. The "lean sack" Is the
,l McLaurin, came Thursday from Lake as Jacksonville by Mrs. Shepard and month to begin a three months nine- I self-Htyled, human "spider" plungedten I non-saver. The fat Back is the SAVER.: The fat
i Geneva and are guests of Dr. and children. ing school, for practice and Bible tones to his death while at. sack is the BANK ACCOUNT of the "thrift man"I

: Mrs.\. O. L. Haynes.Mr. study work. Either one or both, or !' tempting to stale the side of the Hoi I or woman boy or girl. Start on tho "fat sack"
Mrs. F. A. Scott left yesterday for neither of these will be required of i tel Martinique. Women fainted and, route by opening a thrifty SAVINGS ACCOUNTat

and Mrs. W. F. Godwin, Mrs. Ormond where. she will visit her those who "attend. No signing of disorder Insucd. / this Bank to-day.
daughter, Mrs Stanley C. Carneli."jTZTsiMMONS names, roll calls collections! or expense 1 Among those who crowded Greeley I
T. raw ...*!... .... b. man than a purvt>vi it
must covtata tomitf., .._..... MM I :\ and be free and easy in the Lord. After his stunt was his wife, with whomhe HANK OF STAKKE .:
pioyalliafcTutt's I PLUMBER: AND ELECTRICAL dismissal you can visit, return had just lunched. She swooned. The Hank of Helpful ServiieSTAKKE -
Pills I CONTRACTOR home or bring a lunch and repair to Revived In a drug store nearby, she 1"1.1Y"
ESTIMATES: CHEERFULLY GIVEN I the springs for health of body. Anyone was removed to a hospital. Police reserves .

POM M I!.... -""-... .... ...,tll" I I Telephone 133-J ,f can bring/.' a class. provide their I' had to be called out before ..'-'
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BOLL WEEVIL POINTERS my country home should reach ."' When ancient

r. I service to that larger home PREPARED FOR into free state.
: ...... .. .. .. still the
---I Reasons for Using the Florida Method our neighborhood. I would soul .t<

r--- Weevil ControlIt heartedly give my best to ; and in Athens, or ,

With The Bradford that Is being done for a better (From address or in Syracuse, t
costs only about a dollar and munity. I would have all that I Education the language of Horn

seventy-five cents to the acre. and say and do, help to unite by Albin M. distinguished thi

Farmers U. people near and far in that National barbarian. When tin

County Each female weevil lays approxi kingdom of neighborly love ). I brought the grei.

I mately 133 eggs./ If a shotgun were the Master came to The education of under the rule .
.. ......_._._.___..... .--.--.....
> .. ***-"" used to kill off the old weevil, there Master\ who knew and cared must be an I the Latin language thai

I would still be left 135 eggs to hatch country ways and country must prepare the Gaul and Briton, rn
I. in a few weeks and later to destroythe Iowa Extension News the
l\lU'ET: (.UA& .000 \SflJU; for American Spaniard into th
I GRASS! FOR WASTE LANDS:' adults which are from red to greenin crop. Application of the Florida Florida. the supreme goal and the upholder .if'
color, the bright red eggs, and the method gets the entire 136-the old has not yet Roman state.
----- white skins which were cast off when .
weevil and the 135 '
( taken Flor- eggs. EXTRACTS FPOM Americans must
"If nature's hint is by ol inaependeni
idn'.a: stockmen, they will have good the spiders molted. Ca. COUNTY:' AGENTS our government and comprise our t
.. llatwoodH of Thane spiders' belong to a group Weevils begin leaving their winter well know the
pastures on much of the as we heritage; they are
called spidermites, which includesthe quarters with the first warm weatherof
the state within a few years, pastures Walton-Our farmers are lives, before we of the great current
rust mites of citrus. The best; January and they continue comingout
which would equal if not excel the high grade fertilizers this arrogate to life today. iShall these pr
remedy for any of the group is some' during February, March, April
famous bluegruss pastures' of Ken many of them are buying of our documents ever be
of advises J. R. Watson, and May. Practically all out by
form sulphur, I are
terials and their that if for other
tucky and Tennessee. doing own no schools and Interpret.
entomologist of the Florida Experi- June 5.Weevils.
"!lave you ever noticed abandoned Station. . as needed. have civil inany language
mill completely sod-covered? ment history established ? It cannot be. It
that live through the winter -
,1. Or lanes, roudmdes and railroad embankments ,Speaking of controlling the spiders only live four or five weeks with Seminole-Indications point studies in our One flag above our
Professor Watson says: "Use either rapid development of the black compel the study
through the flatwoods language in our
cotton to feed It is not
similarly free sulphur, or some of its compoundto green upon. mock trucking lands at till every and the language .of
areas of the state grasscov
worth while to poison during early
ered? The found thriving in control red spiders, applying it railroad is being built into has acquired a full America one and indi t
grass :May as the weevils in the field at
dry or in the form of a spray. Free and much
land has been realization of
such is Carpet Was it
places grass. that time dying from old
are age as
is of the best controls for
sulphur one
:i; t planted there by man? No, nature fast as they could be killed. and duties over sea and land
It is somewhat slower for
this pest. Jeft'erson-A unit of the The schools
it there. Why does it do soI
a planted of the trumpets of the
) its action than some compounds poultry association was I be set apart, .as
well there? Because its requirementsfor
,. ,. met. sulphur, often taking two or three The weevils the cotton planter is at Aucilla this week. All eggs of men, as in the
are to do its work, but it iterested in are the live ones in the nicely."T" i
days or more
? ped are graded strictly as to -set apart from
"What! these requirements '
soil remains active for a long time, frequently field right at the time the first color and freshness. building and the Wrong Outfit ) 4
Warm weather, moist sunlight,
two or three weeks, and usually squares appear on the plants. During Brudder
and of this, come jinn y
constant grazing and trampling,
the first week in June these -
kills the m ites. wee Lord.
I' Brevard-Two well attended for the
freedon. from fire.
vils the which start the
"The old cow is the greatest grass .Sulphur can be applied dry and son's lay infestation.eggs sea- meetings were held this week.* citizens. I'se already a

specialist in the world and she puts be driven into the citrus trees or S. ers at one place, Minns\ My heart's desire is
strawberry beds by means of a blower meet monthly. farm'A -What yo' outfit
her unqualified o. k. on Carpet grass. Cotton, planted the last week in in this
duster. In the strawberry patch a Baptist. ,
"Since the cattle approve of the or March without fertilization or the from its staff, from k
Carpet grass and nature is pointingthe it can be applied by hand, or shaken first week in April with fertilizationwill St. Johns-At a meeting sun, the flag of -Man you all don't y,

way to success in growing it and into the vines through a closely woven have about two or three squares county agricultural advisory and its army, you belong to dot

man has seen to it that the supplyof cloth or a perforated can. to the plant, or be in just the proper tee arrangements were made of its high News. -
seed is available to Southern cat I "It is advisable to mix sulphur with stage for removing the first squares into the county 41 pure bred flag-this

tlemen, why not get a supply of seed hydrated lime (3 to 1)). The lime maybe about June 5. calves to be furnished -must float over constipation Cured ,

yourself and help nature and the cat. '' made by adding 32 pounds ((4 ga S. the county Jersey calf club. I e as the symbol of to PEPSIN"21 Days is a special-;

: tie by planting part of your.idle flat- Ions) of water to 100 pounds of quick Removing the squares gets the egg ideal of Tonic-Laxative for Habitua! '

woods-lands now growing nothing lime. Mix the lime and sulphur thor- crop and also about 50 per cent of the Madison-Beans planted the living spirit It relieves promptly but
much more than wiregrass--to this oly. It is best to apply the dust at I adults. The few weevils that are the cold are up and growing -the symbol of regularly for 14 to 21 day
southern night or early.morning, in order thatIt The acreage planted to truck action. It Stimulates 'I
most valuable pasture missed are killed by the applicationof a sign of America Pleasant to Tak& 61k'I
I larger
grass," I may stick better. about five pounds of calcium arsenate ever. brings with it as

That is what W. E. Stokes, grass ; to the acre, blown, into the Clay-Plans for sunrise follows I'
.t and forage crops investigator of the LICE ANNOY THE POULTRY; buds and foliage. a county of one TONIC
being put into operation here
'I' Florida Experiment Station has to SHOULD BE CONTROLLEDCan C. present time. for the ..) chill Tonic restores

say about Carpet grass, a grass he declares Only one application of poison, put of America. As by Purifying and

r' should cove?areas of this state a sitting hen be blamed for on immediately after the squares niHsborough-Assisted- in made visible, When you feel iu -11.

like the pine forests did a quarter of leaving her nest to get away from have been removed, is needed. If a culling demonstration at of Jefferson effect,see how

century ago. Speaking. of the planting lice? Is there any wonder the number two raipless( days follow, it will not Monday. ,Strawberry shipping made audible. to the cheeks and how

.; of this grass, Professor Stokes of eggs on the lice-infested farmis be necessary to make a second application holds up. Community of appetite you will then
says: of the poison fastener of the tonic value.
,\ less than on the farm where thereare . t
"Sow seed at the rate of five to ten no lice to annoy the chickens? 'Is 1 Taylor-8everal The use of chill Tonic is simply
Dusting cotton four to eight timesat
establishes suspended In So
pounds to the acre where the native the price of feed so low, or have you held this week with farmers .a syrup.
weekly intervals will pay on land minds of men that like It. The blood
grasses have been burned off or close so much money, that you can afford to plain the Florida method of boll
making at least a half bale to the to Purify It sand IRON to
ly grazed, and keep constantly pastured feed an army 'of lice to pester your vil control. These meetings Malarial germs and
acre, providing a dry summer helps are reporting a 75
down. iSeedings be madeat
may poultry? successful fi
in Strengthening,
every Invigor
out the poison by killing off the egg way. melons up and doing "
time from April till July .
any providing %
Most likely the answer to( each'ofthe crop. Dusting in Florida with the greatly encouraged. '.
, there is abundance of moisture
foregoing questions is no. Then,
the plants will not -- ----
I squares on pay,
in the soil.
it behooves owners of poultry to com- owing to the usual wet Duval-Club boys are being
$ "On large pastures where its suc bat this irritating pest of farm birds. . nished free seed from one 1 ... YIl

cess is not fully\ assured it Is well How can it be done? sodium fiourid The Florida method of boll weevil field selected corn. This is

to restrict seedings to small, select powder is probably the best remedy, control is simple because all that is done in order to have a Il

areas; and, if these are successful, according to J. R. Watson, en oUlolo- required in its application is the removal hibit of corn at the contest
: seed will be produced which will be' gist of the Florida Experiment Sta of a few squares which con at the fair.

I distributed. by stock to other parts of I tion. This material is most econom tain the eggs or immature weevils, -
.. the It is killed down only by
range. mically applied by the pinch method; followed by the application of about Suwannee-About five
'+" the severest of our frosts. I that is, a pinch of the powder is dust- five pounds of calcium arsenate to acres of watermelons will be

ed on the head, one under each wing the acre, applied by means of a good in this county this year. Most n ,
RED SPIDERS KILLED BY SUL- one on each thigh, one around the dust

mint !DUST vent, one around the breast, and two gun.S.

on the bird's back. Negroes/ trained in applying the

Red spiders begin doing consider Another exce emedy is madeof Florida method one season have no

able damage in various parts of the 1 part of mercurial ointment, alsocalled difficulty in applying it another sea-

I state in March and April. They Injure "blue ointment," and 1 or 2 son without supervision of white per-

.;. a variety of plants, unload. con- parts of vaseline. These are mixed sons.

trolled by sulphur dust. Peiu, beans: I thorougly, and a bit the size of a pea
a strawberries, citrus, cotton, violets is rubbed on the fowl under the wings A COUNTRY GIRL'S CREED ,

i and camphor, of domestic plunts, are and about the vent It is not necessary III

i IK liable; to attack. I nor even desirable, to rub it I am glad that I live in the coun- I

'1. Infested plants become gray and over the. entire body, as chicken lice try. I love its beauty and its .spirit.

dried up in appearance nnd finally I are restless insects and in crawling I rejoice in the things I can do as a

. turn yellow and die. Such plants, over the fowl will get into the mix- country girl for my home and my ..rteTOURIIJC
particularly the under sides of their \. trre. This remedy is cheap, efficient neighborhood.I .

.I. leaves, are covered with a web of fine and easily applied. believe I can share in the beauty

\ silk under which the minute yellowish One important condition in con : around me; in the fragrance of the
, 'j mites can be seen with the naked
trolling chicken lice, Prof. Watson orchards in spring; in the abundanceof
i eye, according to experts who have 'II our harvests in autumn; in the
( the fowls abundant
!I'I'I says, Is to give
I studied the pests. Under a good lens opportunity to dust themselves. For morning songs of birds and in the

'1 ( one can readily see the eight-legged this purpose, dust, air-slaked lime, glory of our sunsets. I want. to express -
this beauty in my own life as
ashes, or any light: dusty material is
y; arose ttatelat* ciasU Ti .-
naturally and as happily as the or-
suitable. Fresh, slightly damp
.. very
nsa* vitality 4nu.juuriiy by tmrtfyfam and. ange trees bloom in spring and in
rlchlat the blued. You :'an ran t...l A<9tr.a.ui.tnlna earth, in which to scratch or dust
,I. ivUuntlna tent Prlc ate themselves, should be convenient toJ
i{ I believe I can have a part in the

courageous spirit of the country. ThisIs I'

J IF SICK TODAY! the the brook spirit that that runs sings past and our croons school in sewn Pssratpt.CAR '' 11, .. '

house. It dwells in the tender bud wa 9
that swells and bursts, and in the .

seed case that imprisons new life until -

1 t it pushes through the dark earth I Ito

g. TAKE NO CALOMEL light. It sounds in the nestling ,
notes of the meadow lark. With this Li0N0c9'N

4 courageous spirit, I, too, can face the .

.' hard things of life with gladness.I I
L believe there is much I can do in 1

y 4''. "Dodson's: Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than my country home. Through studying To Lincoln o
own a Motor
the best way to do my every day to immediately expert

,": &j Salivating, Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't Upset work I can find joy in common tasks 'ence the highest measure of satisfaction. In road perform ;;
L done well. Through loving comrade- ance in comfort, in beauty 'of design and .
i'j r' You-Don't Lose aDay'sWorkReadGuaranteet dips I can help bring into my home finish there .

: .. the happiness and peace that are always >h nothing left to be desired. +

' :t, -ii, I dinoovernd l a vegetable\ compound tongue, ague, malaria, sour stomach so near us in God's out-of-the .
!;" that does the work of dangoroui, or any other dintrra. caused by a door world. Through such a home I With each succeeding mile of service this satisfaction
: ;, sickening calomel and I want every torpid liver as quickly a* a dose of can help make real to all who pass with the ..
reader of this paper to buy ...hot Ie vile, nauseating calomel, btwide. i it will that way, their highest ideal of country grows fuller realization: that the Lincoln gives
. ; fur a few cent and if it down'sstraighten not make you sick or seep you froma'day's life.I aU that can be required of an automobile.
you up better and quickerthan work. ,
1. salivating calomel just go .back Calomel I. poioo-it'* m..rcury-it believe my love and loyalty for .
; (. the store and get your money back. attack the bonon often causing rheumatiem. -
I .' 1 guarantee that one spoonful 01f. Calomel U dangerou It the fowls at all times. J. W. ANDREWS
DmlHun's .Lirer Tone will put your sickens-while my Dodon' Liver Tons Chicken mites, sucking parasites, Jr.
sluggish liver to work'an,I clean your la safe pleasant and harmlma. Eat ,
:.\ thirty feet of boweUiof the !sour bile anything afterward. be< f., which flower of sulphur on the fowl and ,
", ami cotmtlpiitlon poison in salivate. Give it to the children I
r clogging your system and making you because it doean'c up at the stomach about the house. Mites pierce the Lincoln
r 10 feel l mUerablo. or shock the liver. Talc'a spoonful skin and suck blood, while lice feedon Fordson r
:*; 1 guarantee that one spoonful of this tonight and wake up feeling tine) sad .
1'' harmlens liquid\ liver medicine will ready for a lull day. a work. dead particle of feathers or skin
+; relieve the headache< biliousaw*. coated sod annoy by crawling over the body. STARKE, FLORIDA
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TOLL REACHES 18 DEAD been more reckless in expenditurethan of wire It fa propf..ed to furouih and the J M\ Rmwnlre do .. ______........ 4.POW BILL TO QUIET TITLE Smith, nf FUniro' twntyto Ent, u futlowvt
.amount tb.y..11 load In the car.The .1 Ewenwn 1 day with com,. ____ 4.10 In the Circuit tourt for Bradford Count*. Commvneinir( "t n point on tho North n.do of
PROPERTY LOSS IS HEAVY their mothers because less restrained -I board iwarrvn the right to reject any Oecar VandexiBverw painting carpet In Kli.ridn.In( Chancery. the (;kx>rui.. Sou thorn tt Florida Hntimittl ri(..ht
.and all bide. cmiriroom -- -- -- ____n__........ liOn( J. H. Williams. of way thrift hurulntl fret rant of Section\ Him( ,
by former limitations. This1' E. S. MATTHEWS.Atteitt 'Wade I Wynn pauper .______....... 4.00 Complainant. thrncft ntnnltlit. Fast four hun..rv anti l flee
Northern : needs in cities : Chairman.C. vaThi tint (thinc nm North five h..n.lI..d| ) am. .lKh
Tornado in MisslnHippi. demonstration large I A FUTCH. Clerk. 3-U.6U4-13 Total _____. ____.___._n___... n a,05 > FlorldA Land and ImmfurA ty-Uvti ftH-C thence ninnlnir West forty.uiaht,
Leaves Hundred Homeless whose shopkeepers are fully cog- '-. Fine and Forfeiture Fund tin Company. A Corporation ftM't. thnc runmnir South live hundivd vlxh
*** J KptuTwon. com on nnva to 112363.42 ot al.. 1)'.1"0 feet to taunt of twinning cont..inln f
nizant of the fact. n .\ <; i.i'ii *rarch. warranta __ ...... .2l 11.r..ndant. ((tow acres retire or !I....
\LLUflSubscriptionPer Hutu.! Itix.Lmok IranecrlM appeal cane To the unknown heir. d..iaa. vranU \\ hlch fipiilicntion, will be IIMUM! upon the
Memphis Tenn., March 16.-Eighteen There has to be readjustment in .1 O I Luko _____________..._____. 0.8flA ( and claimant, of. through nnd- undrr Auiiunt pot it(Ion for Much .1.! now cm tile In laid t
dead approximately 100 injured the mode of living as in everythingelse 8 t''r.C com on tJOO bond cetratted SO.00 C. H htt'lnr, dfc"'.,,'d ; 1'hg FlorblA Land, and court.
Dr E I I. III"... co phyniclan Jan ______ ..11 .Immtiiminm( Cumpnny A Corporation, H. J. 1'iU' 1..1 I Fob 27. A. I'). 1021
and property damage estimated at before there can be return to 1{ .\ I; .." search warrant ........ 7.A4 Lavry. Alcxundrr. MeKiiy. Feirly McKay, thnrcwidrnc 11)D.. M-\XWEr.L.
!I K A t.-.in pearch warrants _________ 4.22 of whom are unknown, ,dcfomilnnt. Uunrillan of Jam.. Julia. D<*aio( mndMaxwvll. Ruluenra.
between $300,000 and $.jIOOO mudo normalcy. Thrift practiced during; I! \N Mdvnnan cost ct et Jesus Odom 4.011 (7rrelInt. MI........ a-2-Bt"H-8u.

W J .:,'.'.-...on do ________.__.____ 12.40 .
up the known toll tonight of a tornado the war will have.to be approximated Year $2.00; S -- You and each f von are hereby r*>niiirtHtto
H A ;, __ __ 8 Stf
(it.tn case Smith Manning: b* and to Anl'_" ,.H'fotv the .luilu of the ORDER FOR
which swept seven delta countiesin :: again: to create individual surpluses,, W .1 I.:, (iwnwn do ___________________ 10110 Court for the Klirhth:', Judicial 1 Circuitof PUBLICATION
, W H liaiidun wit ilo ________.__..... 1.00 'F'I'"I in and fur Krmtford: In Circuit Court. State of Florid. Kdihth':
northern Mississippi lust night else the hand-to-mouth rule will ap- STARKE FLORIDA FR' It A I.> <'11 ran* Wash .iron ..._... 1.A 7th 'lny of May, IHUa. nt I ho County courthoiwo onth Judicial. Circuit lira.lfortl county In chan
W J do .. .. _____.______ 111."" .
demolishing the village of Savage ply.. \Vomen more largely than men ,'o..on In MAtd, county. 1 In Stnrki.. Florida to answer t
. tin L. Itiiinilpn., .
W .1 FpiwrHon wilrtea. do ___....... 1.00 a bill\ of complaint vxh.hitvd( nwHiitit Joined by
:Miss.: and 'left a trail of dead und determine the most of living and appreciation -: W W Uatldon do _______.___.______. 1.00( Aid. court k>y J. 1/. \VtUian.. you In \V. W. Hain"U.n. hvr husband
T N hrmlrick juror do _.____.u_... 1.00 I'ho Itradford. County 'IVIfnrnph. nml! next fri >mt.
wounded and property damage in a of the value of the dollar J O Crro* do ____.._______._.__.___. 1.00 | >t-r |IlIIhll.b..1 In Stark: A Hmdfurd irtfklyiuM.'iu Complninant.
and will them incentive to curtail. GET TOGETHER 1) (1! CWpc-r do _____________._______ ill Ci.tintv. 'lortdn. In hrtfby' ihwimmt.Hl. v.
towns farmim theni'pap
dozen or more ; give L, AS'>nn do ____________..______ 1.00( .r In which thin itotk-u shall liu AM .1.I It. Hnym And lila B. Ifnynni,
settlements. Prof. Andrews has introduced a subject K 8 llumphrry do __________._______ 1.00 for ,',..ht ronnrciittxu week. puulltihrd hit wife
__ ________________ 1.00( lVftntlnnUi.
.1 11 Ki>Ml do ___ ___ lha land diwcrtbrd( In the bill of poim-UIni( I
Several hundred are homeless.Of that can bo considered with prof- K T buuart. J u cave henry G iney -. S.1I4 In 'this cause.. the tit. I If (o which! hi nouuht:::: to hllll' fti.pvtirlntr: ( by nfTMnvIt I appcmiod In .I ha
O N Shnw constable do _____________ 17.1S! l hu 'I1I1'h'll t nwAlnut the above' fvndantM MUM) In the nlK.vii4tm. cause. thnt' J. K.
the known dead, nine lost their it.-Exchange. I W J Fppenum( frnlinu prlaoncr| ____ 84.10W I>HIitculurly| ilmcriht'd HA follow. to-wit, nuw )Injiu anti UlA K. HaynM. hU wife! the dof'tlitflia -
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lives when the storm battered the BUSINESSEVERY W its.i,'n suited at jail ________ 4U.UII'( N.I" beast quarter of the Southwest. W W Iliiimlrn waxhlmr. at jail ______ H.OO( t Section 16 rownnhip 6 South Knntt 2J; I tIt, .. Stat of KloHda. anti tlu remnants of the town of Savage MILLER ,(! \Vliitllvld coat appeal caie J 0 ta.l.1.11" trlnnttular Portion of Northw WnKinin. Scotland 1 county. Slate of North

l.uav __ _.________-____ ...__- 12.00 *..t Quitruir ..SouthiMtftt: quarter of HnidSection. ( 'urolinn, antI) they am i-nch over the ace of
1 badly damaged two months ago by a (! W \lilcrrnan, do transcript ________ JH.IISllr TownshIp And "' ''"., lylnir west of wntomT, y....... It .In therefore ordnrfnl that

tornado-into debris and carried half Miller March 23.-Roy and Gordon I'KKSON INTERESTED INj E I. HiKW( co phyalclan Fell ____ 417 (Iht tnininir* Stark 6 aDd And 1-3 LnwU-y public ....a.l. And. cot,- call 1.1' nHiuirvd 1I..1I-.leI..nt. .to Appear. di'fondanta tn the he bill mni\of complaint are hor..-

y a dozen dwellings into Coldwater! riv Stroud of'Branson visited with WELFARE OF COMMUNITY Total u_________________ n_._ ST .10FINANCIAL divcrdwd iIrn5.' Inter" or less at. moripAttioularlv > 111..1( ) tn Raid rituno on or Imfor Monitny. the
I : : .1N'.t: 'ri :1:1 cnn. 7tttl l day of A. I>. IHJ, oth' rwln. thanlliKHt.i
TO BE AT THE COURTHOUSE er of paid road on ,, acid dt*- of:1\:
( er. friends here Sunday. I ASKED sordid. 'lUll...'.... thrnc* run Went 64H feet ( >n bill will b* taken n* eon.
. STATEMENT!: : rnUNTT. SCHOOL I..d by sail dofomlanta.It .
; tonight of SATURDAY AFTER-. tn th* Noithwi. cornnr of said Northwest
Savage was a mass: set
Quite a number of the younger FUNDS Quarter of Snuthvant Quarter, th.. South in further ordi. >nil that thin onl.-r h* puh
splintered wreckage; at Sardis a dozen of this community attended the Tho NOON.A Coui.ty upvrlntenititnra II'.....'.. statement 717 let to wnter of aid road thvno nc on A liilu'd once A week for fitur nnooutiv w....k. ',
of county nrhnn! funds for the month ofFobruary. Ktraiftht line to point of bvirlnnin itt the Itradtrd County 'l'rlt.yraph. A n.."'.P.*
Also. :
buildings were wrecked and the mas-Johns wedding at Long Bridge 1923. bviitnninir at the tlulllh".t corner of South- l rr Thin publlHhnd,1 F..bl'Ua'IIH., in. Maid ct.ttnty. and State. ,

fronts of a hotel was smashed.<) The Sunday afternoon. meeting of the business men of General School Fund Past Wuartirr of Southwmt Quarter. Township 102.1.U.. W. ALDERMAN. (1
Halancv February 1. 1II2U' _________... H",'.*\ )nd Ilnnirf thimce run East on Spctlon: Un7HU .. Seal' ) Clerk
btorm took its heaviest toll on the Fred Bielling and sister, Janie Starke and the farmers of the surrounding KIMM.IPIJI durinir( month _._......._...lall.64 feet throes North 630 fcvt. then Kant t Ity C. A. (.1..11 (011..1.

of L. C. Cannon where Warrant* turned _____........___.....151/4.87 (HO fret thi-iice North .1.4 dutv.. Kant to the 1>
|| plantation a were visitors to. Lake Butler Sun- section is called for Satur- ialance Mui-.li I. 11121 ______________ Gltf.28 North linu of said Southeast QII.rt..f A. 8. CREWS """y Cl"k-

score of cabins were swept f rom their .* irt i_*'oJo<-k and it iaI Dleltlct N. 1 Southwest Quarter, t hvncv West Hdd feet to 5olteilor fur Complnlnnnt. S-2-5t-t-!
day.Eurie Overdraft Fob. 1. lliai! ____.___._____ 8.S3 Northwi corniT of aid Quarter) throes
\ foundations and the plantation dwelling Brown was visiting friendsIn i I ama PAID BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS {(.cvlptM durIng month __........._.. .45 South on Wet line of said quarter to point

j| } damaged. i I General Fund Warrant l laaIrl .. .. .n________ "r "" "Innlnll.th NnTl'K TO CITIZENS
was Lake Butler Sunday. 'Martha Rio.... pauper ________________ 2.KO Overdraft March 1. 1US.1 ____._______ 2.87 Wltnefw I mv seal of nald court Notlco In h..lv ..h'.n tha eltiMnH of ,

Wire communication with Ihc! affected Carl Brown was a visitor to Lake L. L. Haxan do ...?_..........__? 1.111 l>).....| Ne. I tho Otis day atIM"h. A. D 1M.M.: Htwno.l.Hradfirrd will''' 11.. ."1'1"1'11",bill tvhiit In w the.. the M2H unt'i'0'*** (11

tdmjtht I Martha Wllkln.on do _____.___-._____ II.OH talnncv Feh. ___ __ __.. i.. W. ALPRKMN ,ti, of the
still I. 1U21) 4821 t of the .Ial. of
area was crippled : Butler n 1""I.latl' _
Saturday.Mrs. J ('knsdn ________. I eoJ cltrlt of Circuit Court for Bradford, County 110"
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Rrm4.ti.. durlnumonth. ____.__....... DOA.91 Ida, tintvldlnir( the fundiitic of nil
und only meager reports had b>4n received N. II. Stokes was shopping in I' O William do _____________________ I.00 Warrant liwurd ___________....___... .81800lalanop : ( Florida. vlnndlnfr nchool 1 1r intlebiclnt'se I of 'ald I I
Newman .00 III' C. A. KNIOHT.i ;
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Children do 8
-------------- March I. 1021 10.03 .I'"I.d. by notes and
from inland villages i ir\\ the FWorthington one day last week.C. I Martha MrPooald do ...____.......... S.00K l)i.I rirt N.--,-.--1Inlance --- ----- i Si' "Hi) tputy' Clerk. WHrrnntfl' of tho oll"I..ndn...... .. public ..". .
C Byril do ___ _______________.._ S.00Margaret D. .:. KNIC.HT.Solicitor .
path of the tornado. business e. Feb. 1. 1B21 _______ ..___. 101 80 >r llradford county FI..hla. after the pro-
H. Harrison here ?

was on __ __ .... 8.00 for Complamnnt. 3-U0t-6-4 .
Robert do ... __ .. poviptA( dtirlim month I ... 4J21Iarrnttu ruta not tlon of Union county Florida of naldimMtttMlmwii
recently. I Willie Mart do ___________________ S.OO \ :.asimd: ---__:.-.-.-.-....--...-.--. 611.75 "" I la tlinltirlnd thi-rcfrtun, and whichInilirbtvdniwM
Mr Mary Trr do .______________..... 1.00Mn. Llnlimcu March I. 1U23! .............. 12,18 KIM. TO UtIKT TITI KIn of head toni county. ..ftir lr--
DOLLAR EDUCATION: FOR THE Wilbur Brown was a social callerin *. Tom I>ya1 do ._._......_____..... ft.OO lnlrlet' No. 4 the Circuit Court for Urmiford County iluotlnir Union eounly'ii portion therefrom.aititotalittatea

WOMENAt Lake Butler Saturday. Mr Sarah Kludon do ..._______...._ 500 talanco Feh. 1. 10211 ________ .. _____ 12.811 Morlda.. In Chancery.J. :: the aum of MO.Otllt.::(: ylvlnv th;
I Kate Collin. do .?__________________. .00 lt.r. i.ta during month ___.....__.... 1.20 II. Wllllain ItiHird of nubile I Innlmotion of mild Hmtlfi.nloounty.
I Fred Bielling attended the Suwan- I Carrie Albert do _________________-,-. 2.00 Warrant Imiupd __ _____ .___.......... Complain.Ant. : Florldit.;: \: authority:: to fnaua and iwllniutt
"round-table" conference Kachrl Malphun do _____ ___________ 5.nn lalnncr March I. 1)21 ______.:._____ 14.05 \.mTbt litblr iNimhi of Maid. Brad fonl county In
a recent nec River celebration at Branford on H 8 Lee ili> -- ----.----_........... 8.00 District No. 1 < Florida t.iuul end ImmlvrAtlon I llm Atfiri'tntntw tiuin of sail initfbledniMWi' whlnl.ItondH ."

at Columbia University I Ii-uf. Thursday last. I Edward Griffin, do .. ______..____ 5110 nlnnc,. Teh. 1, !1\I..t ___________. -_? 807.M CumpHny. A Curpniutiuii.ft H tin 11 brar nut morn than( nU por Cent
Amaniln Cnnaily do _______._________ 2.OOMr 11..11.1. dunlnir. month __n.......... .in( at.. Inlonnit per nnninn, ixtynhln ml-nnnuiiUy..
Andrews suggested that "dollar (education Dosk Roberts of Worthingtan was H II l)an do _____.____.___. LCD Warrant Inaued, _.__u_________...... 8H.Oi! |),ndnnUi, nnd to b.. lM*>ui>d I In HurlMi of nut niora I hanhum'
needed Mr Flunk Starling sb------__ 800 Italanc March I. 102.1 ____ _______- 270.12 To Mrs. Ed Clnry Hnd. Mr. Kd. Clnry. r..1 L thuuHand ilollnm ...h. tho first serIes
is most by man <>f here on business one day recently. W W Cowman do .. _____...________ 800 Dlelrlct No. 6 ill-lit.* of llliickfoot. Idnhn. Mm., W. It. lluym of anti hnndfl. to h mm to due and pavabli on

| the American girls and some Ailur-, B. E. Brown was a business visi- Ailillo) Howe do .. _________>...-.-.-. 800 !atanei'. F.'b. I. ll'lil ___..__________ 'TB 5(1( and Mr. W. it. Hnyin who mild at VI. thu( heat tiny of ".1. A. l>. lt>2l. nnd on.
I Tim Stvrrick. do ._ ____.._______ 8.OH' fl..I..t.: durlnif month ____n__...... 10.03 ..,,110. iivonrlM ; defnntlHnl. prip of viiid bond ti, Iw duo and pnynhtr ontha
ican women." By dollar educatlm, tor to Lake Butler Wednesday. Millie, June, do .. ______..._____ 800 Warrant luf>d 1 _. ___................ Grtwtlnfi llmt thy of Aiurtut of .a..h and .vi nrirt'ar
W O 11 Sweet do __ .._____?_._-.___. 800 lalano Mni-ch 1. l"l _____ ______. BO.S9 You And cacti of you are hort-by nulml tht'rafi* r, until I all still \
., \ Prof. Andrews meant knowledg StiKan Swt>at do __ ___...._._____._ 8.00 Dl.trlrt ..... 7 u to bu and I Ui nppi'Ar before thn Judtr* nf th* linn lMn fully pnld I: and sttlisittl.:| h.I"I; ;
the value of money and he sustained; Wife-How fish did catch Mr Ruth Ilronky do .. -..-_._....__ BOOjlfnil Rain".,, Fr) 1. 1B21 .___ P4 III ('I emIt Court for the Kltihlh:. Judlrfnl( ( I Circuit( ar(. to bo u hun on all In..blo.1'0..1.' .
many you \ Tyler du __ ....________.___. 2.110 { H7eiptH durlntr month 7'-------_____.___..___ 1.77 ..? Florida. In nnd for HradCord" County. on mild II'o.If..d county Klorldu. and to he imld
Po his proposition by producing stilt last Saturday, George ? Annie Tyler do ._ __--.-----_____. 2.50 Warrant uteucd ____u__-........_ the nth Inv of April, hiLt\ ut tho cmirtlmututiu )nit nt ni>.l Hchmd fundH of nd( Hrndft .
K. M. Johns eo atty and drawln contract lalancp March I. IIIKS __._._____. (Ifl.OO I saIl rounly, lu Klnrkn. .Florldn to answer >rd county, .'1..11.to he rntm'd( by taxation,
,tics of expenditures whose amour|> Husband_Six, darling-all beau ______________________ n.n Dl.trlct No.- iHalnnre a bill of complnint ..chllilifl a ti HI nut you In each year, by In" all tannblti property

.!' were astounding. Extravagance N !> Wnlnwrlirht. advance tax assessor 100.00 Feb. 1. 1II2J( _____.________. U.H ..Id court. hy J. II. Willi..", .. I (t.tuf.' nnd rcnu.rfntr: I I its nnld: btmid of puh.
ties.I W Alilermnn clerk, recording convevnncra ect.ptit' | durlnv month _____ ....__ R,2H 'I'h" liradfierd I utilIty 'I'.h'l I some women far exceed1 the wast thought so. That fish dealer has j'O ;and poetaira ...........: 145.00 VtirrantM (Indued -.....-.-.n...-..... 5R.00llalunce ( ntttnpnp.r( pnlilinhod In Hinikv. HratlfordCounty. tu net .I.l A NulTirlunt intrtlon u' naldnchiHd
I, O W Alilerman paid for wood and March 1. 1'I2.1'!) ______ _.___. 8.8U Florldn. I. hip.by dfMiunnttd n. I haimwrtpnper fund r.Hif each year to p paidliitfrcnt
of n
' :fulness most men. made a mistake again. He's chargedus I hauling. -- -- -- -------------.-- 6.2S DUtrlrt( No. 5 In which thin online nlmll btr pub- anti prlncipnl each year .. th. sano.

<. Ever since the World War mono for rht.-Stray! ,Stories. I Mallory Thomaa hauling sate .. ..M, 4.00 liiliinci' F. I,. I. 1021 .__............. 8711 llnhiMl for four. cnniiecut.v' .'"".k.. t>i C A Knight. autwr n>... .. ______-_-. 20.00 'tervipl' ( durlntr month _______.___... 2,10' 1 1'h. land .ti<.crlMrd) III tho bill nf complaint F 8. MATTHEWS.
: been plentiful because of hug* Bradford Teleirraph pub reports _. 1000 Warrant. ,IHHUVI! _n____....______.__ 60 ROKalnnce In thin ..11.... tliH tim tn which In Nntiuht to 1 K. KNU.Hf.. 8-2-11'4-2
[' and high As mone NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR FUKMSHINC. If] W haves com tax collector ______ St.3D March. 1. IMS _____________ .01 tm qulirti'd AHHlnut) the nlntv, .. ili-fomliintM are
wages. ; 1 MATERIALS W White A Son supplies courthouse 2.85 DUtrlct No. Itllalance particularly ibcrihi( iw follow towlt OUDKK: FOE

come easy it has gone easy L Scaled hid* will bo .......lvo.1 by tho Board l I ij H Florrid tlxlnir choir _________.. 8.28 Tcb. 1. 1021 ____..__________ 74,Bfiecelpu 1'1"1 h'ant Wtmrtitr of tin* "Houthw' guarUr -> In Circuit rUD.IATln'. of Florida. EighthJtiliciisI
lof Jiond TrujitM of Bradford county. Florida, John Muck janitor .. .. _____.._... 8000 ( durlnu month ___ ..________ H.01 Si,,,tlun in ')'.."'n.hln tt "Knuth.' KUIIKU 2.1rii .ul'l. Ital.
lhas I much consideration of value tint thu office of the flvcrutary of th.. board atiHtarke Drew Co art metal steel safe _______ 330.00" ( Warrant. liuiued ._ ._............ 820 : .t. AI.o.. trfnntfiilwr portion of North Circuit. Ir.d,1 County, in Chan. S
Florida until 2 o'clock April Drew Co auppllo. _. _____.....___.. ..68i crry.KnutiA
charae- p. rn. llalance March I. 1H2.I _______. f _... 80.24 went Quarl of H""lh..a.t Quarter of *aidHiH'tlon.
has :
Extravagance .7. 1U23. and at that time publicly opened i Turni.ra Druir SU r. 'medicine pauper 1.**0 Dl.lrtct N. II "- ownnhli 1 and, raniri.. lylnir west of Mu.h.

\ the living of a great many., for furninhtnir f. o. b. Slarke Florida C H llolwrta burial of pauper ...____ T.BO nalancp Feb. 1. 1B2U _________.._____ 811977( the HtarK And lawu puldlo. rimd, and cnn v. Complainant. I
I 1 atandard fence wire wire to ba Mr. 1'olly Fowler pauper ..... vlOO: silting 5 And 1-H acm. *. inure or U.... snorearticiiIrly
: Kcceinl( durlnif month __......... 4 RA
2..a:8 : : : C. K. ,
Wilson _::: :: 00i u
: Women who felt they coulJ[ X Inch combination wrapped 10, 20, J H 11..h.
, pauper ----- __ Warrant, iHHiipd __. ________*.__-_.. 7000 driicribrd H tictrlnnlntr( at cntirr f.md ant.tt .
, .In' rod roll. i Lnuia H Hill\ comr and mllcnue -_ B4fl.lame. ___ ____ _.._ of ,.Id rond on North Una of ssi,$ tin.urlil .
III.limeMarch' 1. l )21 834.12II.rlt lb.
to do so have satisfied theh __ nppuarlnir, by nfflilftvlt appvndid In I
tafford" II 211 ken itaplca. I HrynoliM do __ ______ __ BOO'II Uiiurtvr. thiincv, runVi<**t 4H f.rt '
' 1 211 k,,,,. And) nail. P C.nini-y do .. _____ __________ BOOS Ne. II the Noithwewt; of itld Northwestiut(5rtr : hill nli d In the ahovr-Binlud .... that < .
desires direction. Girls hav u to corner
in every I llnlanca Feb. 1, IB21 ________________ 210.70R.'retts FO.: Murrhi, ties duftrndnnt "itnmd I.a
|\ lildtlvm to iiubmtt specification. and price J Prescott do __ _____.......__... 520COMMERCIAL ( of Houtht-iutt Quarter, thenr. South th..in .
(. luring month .............. ..60W.I'.nl. rt>.ldi>tit nt tho Htal of .'I.rhlo. and
'. : Issued _________............ 717 fort tn .Center of laiil rtntd. then. on A oiMil ht".olf) no that process of .ub"n.. c nnot -
"- - ____.. ____ fttrulKht lfn in point of bowinnlnir. Alno.buKlnnlnic .. .
\ Rnlnnce Mnrch 1. ID21 ,. 220.110 ( tho HnuthMrmit. of South- .r.d II.on| him, anti I. .v. KJI
at oorn"r
District Ne. IS of twnnty-onn years it la thi-refut
Kalance Feb. I. 1029 ._______________ 27.29 cost Quarter of AouthwMt QiiarK-r Township. thiil vftld rmldrnt defendant bf 11:1'r,
KorHlpta( durlnu month -._____...____ 2.10Wnrrnnui and flutter, t hence run Kiutt: nn Hinttlon. lin hy rt'iiulrfd. ) appvar to th* bl of ",
'IKHIIIM) .. .. _-__. ___.___..___ PH 00llalance Htl feet thrnc North 6.10 font....., litton Rapt,: lltt'd in laid O... on or "" '' M.nday. th.
HO feet thvncv North .h'. Fnut: to thn
March 1. 1121 __ n_" .___ 14.99 North I..f nnld 8.4 H..lllh..tu.rt..t ind! day of April. A. I. 11)211.( otherwise th.
District No IIlalnnee nlti'tfniliina of Maid bill b. taken
Feb. I. 11121 n______________ 2D.21Kerclpla "'"h".t Quarter thenc West (HHO( feeL toNorthwcMt r...... i>y saId d"t.nd.nl.I ,1 .
Aid thonr.IImth .
JOB ( (, durinir month ___________.__ 1.1>2 Went clutter or Jimrtir, 1 la f urt hf r ordered that this order b*
Warrant Imued _______________...... 10.00llalance ) on lint of anid iiunrtvr to point .hml A week for four snstrtttive
March 1. 192:1: .___________ 20.15 of bftrlnnlntr.Wttni'H. ntv. hand And ....,l ..r uHld court wickS In the Bradford "..nty.r'lh.' afltWaiftIt.r
\ II.IrIrt N. II tmhlmhi'd, In naid county and .1.1.i .
thin the lit of March. A. II. 11(29.:
flalnncn F.b.I. 1021 ___.._____._____ SI Si tiny W. Af.KKItMAN. 'hl. Ffbruary 21. 1H2H.
It..coipt durinir month __.______.:___ ,1>0Warranta 0. O. W. ALPKRMAN.
Clock of Circuit Court for rirmlford County,
IMHIMM! _._________......____ Ilurl" (...al) Clerk CircuIt (.un
) PRINTING _______ ____ KNIGHT.Xt
llulance March) I I. 11128( .n 37.71 Ity C. A, KNirjIlT.iSciill : Uy. C. A.
Dl.lrlct Ne. 14Itnlance ( Deputy Clerk. )..puty Clerk.A. dOrlllKK

Fib. 1, 1021 _____.______.___ 87.JO ... K. KNIGHT. 7. APKIN3.
11..1"1.( durinir month ___.___n.___. 11.81W..nn' Solicitor I fur Complainant.liU4;| _Hnllcitur) ( foe romplalnant. a-2-6t-8lt
.. 1..1 __
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I IlKlance; -March;; ; i-I.- 1021( :::::::::::::. 44.10Dl.trlrt Foil PUIii.ICA'l'ItN
: Ne. 17 NOTICENulc. In rircuit lourt State. of rlorida. ElichthJudicial

nalanco Frb. I. 11121 __________,_____ 1102 la httrt-by ylvan that wa will Introduo Circuit llrnilrord County, in Chancery.
\ H ....i'llitji durinir month __.__._._..... ..61Warrant. And avcunr ('ho laeuautf. in the l** l..lntunof .
Imtuvd __ _____.__........... Kloriila. tu bt convvnetl .I.II the year A. t>:l lIlyil StoiC Lowery Addlwon
Knlunce March I. 1(12.1(' .______.______ 14.43 I. a bill h..b vmiHiwur, authorlat: : :rtniiilr: : Compl.l"a,1
IM.trlrt Ne. I II and dii-Mit <, nf county eoinnilMMlnneraof v. I

balance F"b. I. 1'I21 ___._______..___ ...81II. Itrailfonl count). Kurlda., to levy A special' J. W. AdilUou.
....."... durinir month n ____.______ 8.it tax upon all the taxable property In said Pefemlant.
Wnrranta. Issued .._.-..._.-. Hmdford county, for the. i.urnse. of imvfnie It aptirarlntf' by alTldnvIt( appfndwd the
Balance March 1 1. 1021! --- ._________ Kl.tD to Union county, lorldn. the aum of $18.000./ 1,111 AlHif In the nbove.atnUnl 1 cniwe. that Itj.I W.
Pond No. I (Hi for its aliarv( ..t thu county propurty. ..f AtltllNonl the dfrenillint 1 heroin nnmtHl, I I. ariiilriVnt

I CARDSPOJJTERS I llalance Frb. 1. lll.'l) : ____......._____ 7,11.1Nvreipta : 'AeIt..r,1. county Florida, an the nanu e.(nt.d >.r tile plate 0'.rhh.\ .. and etna.aIahimnto.lt
durIng month .............. ,prior to Urtolrer I. 1121" and reiulrlnathii *o Ibat priMtNM of ubpoi'na cannticbe
WnrranUi issued _____.___.....*....' payment of the pptmewli raltxe l from served upon him aol I I. over the awe oft
llalance Mnrch 1. 1021 ____n________ 7.43 mirh tint to Vnlun county Morttla : anti l to "'iiity.no ytara ; It la therefore or.I..d that
Interest A Sinking- No. I ratify( ami confirm: the sets unrromentji and aid ri ,,", tlefendanfc be and I. hereby. .
Balance Ft* 1. llli.1 .._ ._____. ______11148.14 results: | II in. of Ito b4 ard of county ttmmi.slneru .- quired .tub appear" b. Uie bill of eomtilalnt( HI.*
ltc..li>l. durinir, month _._________... 31.90 the aanwannr of taxes and the tax ....1. In *iii raune on h '..r M.n"l. the 2nd
c 5- ENVELOPES Warrants Issued ________...____...... liotor of aalil llradford county. made .xecut. ,iluy of April. A. 1>. 1U23. .. the alienation
Balance March I I. 1021 _____ __.______71175.IU( .,,1. pn....d. dono or per formed by them. ortithvr of sail bill will Iw takin .conftuedby
\ Intemt 4k SInking" No. 25IInIAn. < of them In an effort to ..a.uIHn.. II. said defendant.

k BIL HEADS .. F.b.I. I(nil .______._.__.__ .201111.34( ,, shlut., and law ald inleltcilncut of Muoo.,. It I I. further onlere that thl. "..... be ,,"b-
( I lt>r..lntji durlnamonth. _n____.______ 18.08 OM( tindtr, the tvrnin anti provIsions of Chapter. llahed for foui eonHpeiitlve w.>ek. In the Bradford -
Warrants liuiiml ___.____.___....... Hnt, Laws of rlorida IK'I! Volum Two County Tfli'wraph. a neWHpeper' |*ublih.
NO HEADS Ilalance March t. 1<>21 _____-________9017.44 threof and Chapter HA1A Law of Florida ud In saul county and Htate.
Mnrch I. 111.3. lull Volume Onv thoreof and to Dontlnnami '101. liliruiry 21, I II .I.
BRmfORD rOllNTY.lI'rA.JI ratify the laS hwy ot Itr.oIIo..d county, ( W. ALPF.It.VUN.
C ,..rloIII. tnadit far such. put poau fi.r the year Clerk Circuit "'.
.' WI )OW CARDS lUJ'J pursuant to aaid lawn.Thin Ily C. A. KNK.III'..u.
htu..by certify that II.. foreirotnv. tate. the Nth day of March.. D. U23.n. ,Meal) Deputy Clerk.
meet of the rceelpta. and di.hura.mente ol K. KNIGHT. A. /. ADKIN.H
;i SHIFf ING TAGS the school fund of Bradford County for the K.: B. M 'i'll ilcWS. a-11'40 daysMASTKII'8 rlollcllor for Complainant 2-2S-Bt.a-2i
1. month of February 112.1, I I. true. and corn bet of knowledue .nd belief
: :" LETER HEADS ,. S.lnt.nd.nl.FJSAIoCIAL Notice U hereby ylven that under and by ( II HTAIIKE MNIIH
County virtue of that certain final, dttcree of for.- llort'by notice I I. .Iva that the mused ef
COUNTTFUNDS cltiniire ma.... and eniere.I on January liiHh( bond truteee uf the Town uf I..k.. Florfew.will .
.. : 8TATEMKNT Of A. 1>. Itrl.( by Honnrable I A. Juluuf receive mnled blda for the purchaH nf
:: the Circuit Court: In ,IViuonrl.r ;fordcounty. 1.10.(1(10.I( of Water and Light' I'lant bond
Monthly fln.nel.1 .fa.nent l.f "..dtord Florida. In that certain reuse wherein of the Town tif "'uk... Florida' UP to aadIncludlnic .
county for the mnnth of February, 1823. Adam llrlnnon la complainant. And J. J. the 4lh U. 10 (.1.
". General Fund. (;....h.m And Amand.' ftaireham are defend- Hind' 1' bonil are to.to: irih.Ai: day .f
Balance .Fob.. 1. 11128 -.80.17.HIMueeluta ."'.. the underaluiiMl' will offor for sale, And July, A. I). 11)22. to he In the denomination
ilurlnir, month -...-. 182.13 will aell for cash to the hitfhfat bidder. fn of 91.fiu)" 00 .. and to bear Intereett
Warrants lasuo.I.| -. .- 774.Ml front of the courthouae {kv In Utarke, tlrad.fonl the rale of A per cent per
\ llalance March 1. 112 .-2425.41 county', FluHd on Monday, the 2nd day a ml-annually, the Unit day n''I":::
Fine' sad Forf.llore Wend. of April. A. l>. IV2.4, during the viral houraof and July of ... ... with .
Overdraft Feb. 1. Ion 10(119KfHMinU ( ...1.. for the punHMe of natlnfylnif aaidHaal attnrbed. The principal and Int.t *.
durinir month Ann.flfWarrant decree, the folluwlnif real estate In h.... are payable at the NatIonal
"Our Wrk is the Best".t bulled .- 8II.43 Mrailfortl county Florida ....wlt t Bank tn the city and lle nf New York.
Balance March I. IU21 ...- 41 v7 'n be, North half of tie Northwaat guartert The amount of bonus olTered. fop ale 1.
Read ".a", t. the" Northeast' Uuarter of the !HmuheantWiutrtei ':R.I'II.IO.( anil the principal' of saId bonde
Balance F.b.I. 11(28 .- 14IM: of Section Tweftty-alx I 46) Township Ah,11 ". and payable. ( the 'Hrt
t '. 'M'ipta( durinir month .............. 8H7.7: hive 'iflf South Kan ire Twenty-two Kant, conu.nnK day of July each year. t.0l0.11 IK2o.
......0.. l...ued .... ... .. ..... .. r',,. sores more .r I..... and .tiiiing with \Uti. ;; nn"I: aorepiedup
V Balance March I. I'U3 .-_- B31.37 D. E. ,KNIGHT. to two o'.I"k p. m A.i 4th. 193$.
Bulj.lni rand Speeinl. Master ta Chancery. vii hlild'T are required d..i( with C.: A.
Halanre ".b. 1. 102a U1.80 A. fl 'REWS. "'"101. clerk of the board b.nd trustee .f
Receipts dune month" ....-...-...-. ad SolicItor for Complainant. 3-J-5t-4-tO the ..... of Mtarke, rlorida. a ..rln.1 cheek
Warrants Issued: 2M for ''...) laid cheek. It, be ...I.
Balanee March I. 1021: ._______ '.11' f.UAKDIANH JltO'CU'P"TO MILL REAL KM- to O...... a. Fund TATB bond truetee of the town of Burke, 11....
Balance Feb. I. 11123 9M3.111 In Court of County JU'K HUU of Florid
Rareipu( durlnv month ___........... 6U.8H Bradford. County.In bidder shall specify the time within
Warrant. liud ..-______ re ...t..... of Janus M Maxwell d.| ...... ,. the bidder will .comply with the t.n.
Balance March I. 182.1 -.1089.51 e.l. thereof. after notice ,la .lv. by the laid clerk
Uralnage Fund NotIce In hereby wlvvn to All whom It may of the beard nf bond truntee that delivery
Balance ."b. 1. W:* .-. 1.80/ concern that f. lila I>. 'Maxwell a* ituarrlian of the bond can be made.Certllted .
Hcrflltte dtirlrur month -...--_.- .f James Ma.w.ll, JulU Maxwell HmMle eh"1 referred to abov la to be
IV arrant. l iiiJ -.-._.-----.... Maxwell and Retirees Vaxwvll mln.... will depaeibxi a urnt.. of full compliance
BRA FORD'COU Balance Marrh I. IRiS 1.80 on the With flay of Meesh. A. I). 11)21. Apply with the bill ubmltted. and In the event efacceptance
Wl4ew. Penlon font to the Honorable K. A. (imen. County JudveIn of euch bid and the failure on the
Balance. Frb. 1. 1923 .___- 172.42 and fur na'cj' county at his office In Start part of the bidder t comply with the tereu
Receipt during month ___........... Horlda in saul l county. at 10 0'.1..... A. M., thereof, same oh.1 ..0..1..0 .liquidateddamaiie. .
WarrantS ,issued -.....- 200 or aa twxin thereafter A. the matter can be and b.1.ln.d tJ' board of bead
Balance March I. IU23 ..- 144.42- heard for Authority to Mil. at public or private I...
TY Agriaaltural Fund ..1.*. the sail. minnra* Intereat. on.. of Stark bond are u> be issued

Balance ".b. I. 11C.-1 __. ___ ,JJ seventh for sack minor and a fouraentha for the purpose of .n..Un. and enlanInu -
Pte.nptj durtnir! month ___.......__.. ..35Warrants undivIded InterMt. In .U. In the follow" de.crlbed the waterworka .1.t..l. ll-ht pleat
..*...d real .....tot. In sail county towit i of Ih. Town of Btarke. Florida Said bone
March 1 1023 _. 1.15 Cnmmenelnat at the Northwest Corner of are u. be old for not lee* than par.
Balance March 5. -l 2l.Bradford Southwsei Quarter of Northweat Quarter and Said bond ..to tee sold with the ..p ..i..
TEL RAPHSTARKE County. runnlnK( thrnee Mouth three hundred. atxty opinion of M_. Storey. Thorndlke. falaier
Florida.t one feet to the ".h. of way of Ceortfta Honth- A riodir bond attorney of _*D. Mue.
State of Ita .. ,! of bond ....n_
statement ern Florida 11. "" thence Rant threehtindrwd The said beard t"t.
b..by certify that the larenolna1( fe yt. thvnc North tine hundred fifty the right la reject any sad .. bl.l.II"
of he m-elpte ...1 dlibnnement. of the ... said board of truatee
ft. f* thence West five hundred fifty f t onler of th. bnd
'fund, of Bradford County for the month r.Frbruary. mere or 1 lees to point of ....''nnlnll. In the of the Town of Clarke. ""...
112*. I. true and correct to tteUat !Southwest Quarter ft the Northwest Quarter J. 'f. QUIGLEY.!
of my knowledv..nl' belle? rf _"un twenty-nine* township ivven South Chairman 01 th. Board or -J..'. .
O. W. ALDERMAN. of ftanire twenty-two Esst cont inin.f four Town of : .. Ylrida.
I8EAL Clerk Clreult Court. ........ more or I.... Attest :
B..."".rd County Also that portion, of the North Half of the C. A.FU'tCU.
By C. A. KNIGHT.iMuuUr '. flnuthwtt Quartet of the !Northweat Quarterof h. Board af Bod Trust....
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Friday at 7:30: p. m. |tact." .;
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Divine Love, the Cross and Passion FORD OWNERS

y County Items'l' of our Lord. Holy Week should be a "
News concentrated Lent. If we have neglected hj '
meditating upon great
U truths let us do it from now till Easter

; Interesting Fact Gathered During the Week by Our dtiy. On Palm .Sunday we see our d ." DR. BENTON, DEAN
\ "a colt the foal of I OF COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,
Regular Correspondent Saviour riding on \
surrounded by an intoxicated
'. an ass,
crowd who shout "Hosanna to the
''i-I,; .-- ...Jtoes. Son of David: Blessed is He that I III MAN SAVED>> $5 ON GAS IN LESS

'; BROOK ERBrooker .' cometh in the name of the Lord; Ho- THAN A MONTH. "P. & Sv GASI-

Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Warren, of sanna in the highest. On Wednesday -, /ER" DOES IT. BUY IT NOW FOR
March 23.-Col. D. E. Starke, were here Saturday and Sun- we think of the betrayal,for thin* $7.50 INSTALLED' AND QUIT
\. Knight: of Starke, was a visitor here day visiting the former's parents, JJr ty pieces of silver. On Good Fridaywe BUYING IT OVER AND OVER
'"- s one day of last week. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas. hear the blasphemy of the soldiers THROUGH YOUR GAS TANK.E .
.. Fred 3 la ten of Stark spent Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Ancil! Shaw and children who clothe Him with a purple
day here with home folks. of LaCrosse, were visiting relatives robe and in mockery give Him a reed C to/ E R Phone 242, STARKE, FLA.

i ,. Mrs A. A. Ila/cn and Eunice Ha- here Sunday.
for a sceptre, saluting Him with, n'IJ; )ml'IJ"nummmmmmmmWIUIuaIIDmmmmmWWIDWWmfJnIUl11.tmfmlm"'Dm .. *zen'pent Friday in Alachua. Misses Rhoda and Rebu Brown ,and "Hail, King of the Jews. Pilate' -
Mr. Mott, of Worthington, was in Alva Thomas were shopping over in presents the Man of Sorrows and I
bit "
irst. Until lately he came a ear- =m.m='Dm
'r, town one day last week. Brooker Wednesday asks in scorn, "Shall I crucify your
lier. Just he is much behind 1 1a
now as
Mr. and Mrs. 1C. A, Weeks and, chil W. R. Warren, of Ziff, was a guestof King?" Then comes the last scene
he earlier before but I expect
!is was x
1; dren, Marguerite Shriver and C. A. O. W. Thomas Sunday afternoon., of all when the Cross is raised on la-
Marks spent Wednesday afternoon in Messrs. Nelson Green, Donald Ad- Calvary and the Son of Man is liftedup II : he will be earlier, sooner or ---

i t4 Giunesville.Mr. kins, of ,Starke, John ,Shaw, of Brooker to attract forever the homage and ter. r
the bri-
,', I and Mrs. C. J. Crews and J. D. Raiford Brannen and Mr. Hurst, reverence of all Christendom. Maywe "Quite so, quite so, said
, .... Baxter were visitors to Starke Tues- of Lake Butler, were visitors here not say with the prophet, "Is it I.s ade commander, "that's all I wanted

; \ day.Mrs. Sunday. nothing to you all ye that pass by?" j **,,-.o know.Exchange.A 25 I
John Shriver and son, Lewis, iium passenger. cent
I were in Alachua last Friday after BRADFORD METHODIST I I "Then why did you' have your eyes I Hyde Park, orator returning home
noon. I closed so tight?" flushed with his efforts, and also

i' T. Itev. Parker, -of Georgia, will fill Bradford, March 23-C. M. Andreu '"Because I just can't bear'to see from certain spirituous causes, founda
f: his appointment here next Saturday and daughter, Fay, were in Jackson- Sunday, superintendent.school 10 a. m.All E.members K. Ferryman 'the women standing up.Selected.We're mild curate seated opposite in the ',Want Ad

", and Sunday.Iva ville a few days last week visiting tram car. I II
urged to present next Sunday. Visitors "
Colson, of Pine Hill, has been relatives.N. welcome. Safe "It may Interest you to know, he

" ',:, here on a few days visit with rela- G. Hayes was in Worthington Dry Agent-When do you considera said truculently, "that I don't be- f
Preaching Sunday morning at 11
I tives.* Sunday afternoon. town to be dry? lieve in the 'existence of a 'eaven." will sell
and in the evening at 7:30.:: Interesting j a
, Thelma Thomas, of Cooter Pond, Miss Lucille Harrell was the guestof sermons and good music. Public Witness-I would say that when The curate, merely nodded and wenton I f
I c tpent the latter part of last week here Miss Geneva Harrell Sunday af cordially invited. you have to pin postage stamps to reading his newspaper.
j' kr I visiting Mrs. (G. B. Colson. ternoon. letters and there's not enough mois- "You don't quite realize what I'm
, t.' {: Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot C. M. Andreu and wife were in Epworth League Sunday evening ture to grow wild oats, that the town trying to make clear. I want you to

. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent sun-I Brooker attending to .business Satur 6:45.Prayer meeting every Wednesday would be dry enough for all practical understand___n____.___ that__.__ _I don't__n believe__n_ _for n a n I $$200 Horse i
p day afternoon at Sampson City. day. f purposes. single, solitary moment that such a
evening 7:30.
7 :
t' Reddish Andreu, of New River, attended W. Harrell and wife were trans- place as 'eaven exists." I I
; i services here Sunday evening.I. acting business in Worthington Sat- PRESBYTERIAN The pharmacist peeped from behind "All right, all right," answered the I

I. W. Andreu, of New River, was urday. the prescription case. A broad curate pleasantly, "go to hell, only I or a I
k in town Friday. Mrs. Clark was the guest of Mrs. I smile swept over his face. don't make quite so much fuss about
"R" is for "
Religion I
p; Josephine Chesser, of LaCrosse, W. M. Harrell ..Sunday. "What's up?" said the soda clerk. it.-Tattler. :
'w, spent thu week-end here with Mildred Mrs. Blanche Scarborough is visiting Religion is( the Church's ONE busi- "Why all the joy?" :

Cone. her mother at her home in the ness. You remember our water pipes CHRISTIAN eilURCII NOTES $$1000 Car
I J.V.. I'inholster, of LaCrosse, was I Bradford community. Mrs. Scarbor- If the church fails God and man froze up last winter," replied the
here Monday. ough will be remembered as Blanche I smiling one."Think Out Bible school literature for the
t G. M. Ilevill spent Sntimljy in Andreu. The church is no stronger than its that was a joke, do you?" next quarter has come, and will be

Gainesville.; members. "No. But that plumber who fixed i distributed next iSunday.' Therefore, or a
", Leroy Foraylh was a visitor to HIGHLAND Religion was. never more needed them has just sent in a prescription I let all students be present to get their I Ii

;' Worthington Saturday aft"'rnoi/n. than today. to be filled."-Exchange. I portion.We ,I

W. W. Thomas of Cooter fond, wahere Highland, March 23.-Mrs. Lem Will you not put 100 per cent pow used to have a good Bible school
? last Wednesday afternoon. Wilson and little son returned Sun- er into the church of Christ this "Where Ignorance is Bliss" We can do it again, can't we? Al i
Miss Mamie, Pearce, who has been day from a visit to Jacksonville.Mr year? Our organizations have pla- Little Eleanor fazed long and right, let's go. Let's start in tim $$10,000
!; w, here at the hotrie' of E. T. Stewart, and Mrs. Glenn Crews and W. ces and need for you. thoughtfully at the young man who to get there by 10 a. m. Sunday.

? r left Saturday for a visit with relatives L. Dixon were visitors to Jacksonville First Presbyterian Church, Oak was calling on her grown-up sister, Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p,
: Park, Illinois.. .gtarke, Florida, Mar.
at Lulu.
Monday. m.. Of course, we have good singing
n C. A. Marks, pf' Tampa, spent a Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bell and chil- 25th. May I climb upon your knee, Mr. and short spirited gospel sermon)
few days of lust week here 'at the dren spent ,Sunday with relatives at Sunday school at 10 a. m. Browne?" Several new faces in our audien* Farm

home of R. A. Weeks.J. Cash Point.H. Preaching services 11 a. m. and "Yes, of course, dear," smiled the last Sunday night. Glad to see yq.

t F. Turner, of Clayno, was transacting C. Wimberly Jr., of Island 7:30: in' the evening. young man, who wanted to make a Come again. Come and worship wilt
t! business here Monday. Grove, spent the week-end here with! Cordial. invitation i to the public hit with the family. "Want to pull us under the motto: "In faith, unit; .i.iI I
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ILl| C. 'my hair, eh?." in opinions, liberty, and in all thins, -'
f :r RAIFORI Wimberly.Mrs. Minister, "No; I want to see If I can find that love." i I ::3J J

J. A..Starling and son, C. B. word." '
Ralford, March 23Mr. Weeks, of Bennett were business visitors to LULU t "Word? What word?" asked the RUM RUNNERS MENACE Tel 1 1I

Hampton, wall in town Wednesday on Starke Tuesday. puzzled visitor. SHIPPING, DECLARES CAPT.IN What is more economical
business. Troy Bennett, David Moore and II. Lulu, March 23.-Mr. and Mrs. C. "I heard our Kate say this morningthat

Messrs. W. II. Andrtws and Clarence Padgett of Lawtey. were visitors here W. Williamson and children. of Wa- if ever a man had the word--- Capt. Ettore Zar, on the stearrhip and profitablejthan -
r'. Ritch were visitors to Starke on Tuesday. tertown, motored here Tuesday and 'idiot' written all over his face it was j President Wilson, which arrive; recently .
Thursday.Mr. Mr and Mrs. L. B. Ward and son, spent the day at the home of Mr. and you.-Toronto Telegram. from Italian ports, annoticed a want
Hardee of Burnett's Lake, wasa Bobby, left Saturday for a week's visit Mrs. A. T. Pearce. he would make formal complait to
business visitor here Thursday. with relatives at Palatka.J. Mr. and Mrs. Oliie- Pearce, of Lu- Absolutely Correct the federal authorities again the ad in this ?
r Curtis Rosier was a visitor to Jack L. Johnson spent Sunday and lu, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. The brigade commander dropped in rum running fleet off New Yori harbor paper

; sonville last week. Monday with relatives in Jackson A. T, Pearce Sunday afternoon. at the P. C. of one of his regiments. which he said, was a mea a to What have 1 :1
;: Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Roberts ands ville. Vernle Pearce, who has been over ;Neither the colonel nor the. adjutantwere navigation. you !,

children, of Worthington Springs, J. F. Griffis, of, Macclenny, spent in the' Brooker settlement for a cou- In. He inquired of the orderly Captain Zar declared the ente outside ito sell? I i li
f were visiting relatives here last' Sun- the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.J. pi.. of months with friendsc, returned on duty: waters between Fire Islsd and I' ,

..t' 'day. W. Griffis. home Saturday night for a few "Who gets around first in the morn- Ambrose light are infested -;.h the ,

Miss Wilma Andrews, of Jacksonville Rev. J. A. Conway, of Green Cove days.Mr. ing, the colonel or the adjutant small craft which during tb night ..,j
i' was visiting her grandparents, Springs held regular monthly servi- and Mrs. Wade Harrell and "Sometimes one and sometimes the sound bells and whistles on i sides. lights else
r Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews, here daughter, Lucile, of Brooker, were other sir or they flashed light inter J
ces at the Baptist church Saturdayand replied the orderly. In this confusion he lost his parings mittently. The he
flashing lights, f
Sunday. here Saturday afternoon. "On what days is the colonel and instead of
Sunday. most being at the puth of said,
Avery Tison, of Jacksonville, spent Miss Trumie Pearce was the guestof likely to be here first?" the bay as he supposed, wavctually were confused by his navigatorswith
last week end at his home Mrs. B. B. land lights. It would be a simple
here. BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN Waldron Saturday af "I can't quite say, sir. At first the in the Hudson river. /
,; Miss Lois matter, he continued, for a large
Drake of Lake ternoon.
'"' colonel was always last, but later he Most of the rum runner /aid the vessel
r was a visitor over here last week-end. The services of the church Are always Mrs. Murmetty Phillips was the began to be earlier, till at last he was captain operated at nigh/without/ run aground If vigilance relaxed -
Mrs. Clarice Sturatt, of Lake But- well attended, and the interest guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oliie Pearce I for a few minutes.

ler, was visiting relatives here last good, but last Sunday was especially Saturday afternoon. -r .i
,rt week. good. The members of the church and Mr. and Mrs. Bloomer Markham
Mrs. W. M. Whitten and children, congregation are responding to the find Leslie Markham, of Olustee, were
r4 Charline, Warren, Jr., and Eva Lee, appeal of the pastor for preparation I !guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ward
? ;: spent last week visiting relatives in I for the special meetings which are to I Sunday., !
'.i ;: Lake Butler. begin the first Sunday in April. Suchan ..S. B. Pearce was visiting relativesin New

, :}r Miss Loca Anderson, who is teachIng interest as last Sunday gives as- Lake City Sunday. noieaietoreI

in Lake Butler, spent last week- surances of a gracious revival, for Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Johnson, of
end with her parents here.Mr. which we are all praying. Lake City,-were visiting relatives in
'' .; and Mrs. Smith Denmark were Next our section Sunday.
Sunday morning there is to
q'.:: v.'niters: to Starko last Sunday. I be a special service conducted by the Dewey Ward was the guest of I
: ', J. C. Jones was a visitor to Lake pastor, when the Bible school and friends here Sunday afternoon.

'J ,:.:... Butler Monday __ 'congregation will meet in the audi John Weeks of Gainesville, was have opened at warehouse side "
".' 'torium. The sermon will be on "Jesus visiting Mr. and Mrs..R. A. Weeks, my ney on '

,t t..,(' WATERMILLWatermill and the Child." It is hoped all par- of Lulu, Friday. track at S.-A. L. railroa depot,. a
Mrs. R. A. Weeks Is ill this r
ents who have children in the school very ,
: .1 i March 23.-Mr. and will be present for this service. ,. week.
e1,1 ; Mrs. Autumn Youngblood and children Miss Ula Mae Courson Wholesale
I The school will meet at the usual was visiting Package House
. ,:; if ;, of Graham, spent the week-end hour, 9:45 a. m., and the combined Miss Alice Lee of Lulu.. Saturday
Iii .eg).il t here with her sister, Mrs. Viola Tho- service will follow. afternoon. ,

'1_ In- the evening there will be delivered Seeber Thomas of Lake Butler, was Horse: mule, cow and pultry feed all the
I a visitor to Lulu 'Saturday night and ,
OLD FOLKS NEED by Dr. Bullen the fourth sermonin ,
the series on "Five Fires." the top- Sunday. leading brands; hay, oaf corn, meal grits
era ic being "Christ Flinging Fire." Thisis Johnnie Williamson, who has been I
r I NOT BE FEEBLE a strange claim made by Jesus working In Valdosta, was home Sat- flour, case groceries and/ fertilizers, tobacco

Himself, and the truth lie presentedin urday night and Sunday. cigarettes and ,
you are "getting along In years" these revolutionary words Is one Palmer Atkerson, Miss Eva Ritch, soaps.. these goods are all
e' + I IP you don't need to sit in a chimney \Miss Edna Roberta I
corner and dream of the days when that all need to consider today. The were visitors to new and prices are so lv as the market will
you were full of life and vitality. presence of whole families at worshipis and Lake. Butler Saturday 1

'L' Keep your blood rich and pure andyour a pleasant sight, and there are a afternoon. allow. /1V ,
system built up with Gude's number each Lord's Day. Bring the Roy Johnson of Lulu, was visiting I
Pepto-Mangan. and you ,will feel Park Allen last '
week. \Te wish fie.
family, friends and visitor
stronger, younger and livelier than you your patron Satisfaction
have for years. Get it today and guar-
watch the result. The mother '(to local doctor-I) anteed. Come and
.. ,. ST. MARK'S CIIURCII se me. sours "= i
i Your druggist has Gude's-liquid or. think 'Enery 'ere 'as got the flu.Wot'sit ,
tablets as you prefer. / Service on Palm Sunday at 7:30 p. : worth if I lets 'im go aht an' play ,
-' M. with the other kids?Passing' Show : l: r'7

Gude'speptoMangan Services next Wednesday and Good London. '
R. -
The QoMse ::at Dots Not Affect 1>> lied "Is that hired man of yours a "'; JOHNS

9* MIM. of lt. note end ,lu.rv* .tr ct. i. ..XAT1VE steady chap Ham?"
Tonic and Blood Enricher br oyoor BROMO without' QUININE rauninit(T.nvrvauaiMM 6...ts) raa or N rn taken>|lng "Yes," replied the farmer; "so far ST J 'KE. 1 FLORIDAt'r'

*elb.heed. L.W.QRUVE3sleestur.onbua. 34k' he has been practically_motionless in 1

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