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: April 27, 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
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02174
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-stablished 1879. Subscription er Year $2.00; Six Months, $1.00-Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews,, Editor and- Proprietor. n

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ABLY REPRES TION Of Boiler Were BlownDistance Long l '
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Thursday evening Dr. and Mrs 0. I "Wedding/ Announcement.! und 1 -f

BY FAMOUS LAWYERS :1 The following particulars about the L. tlaynea entertained the 20th Century Mrs A. H. Green announce the marriage (I'lant City -Courier, April 20.) l ts! s I Ibody

early strawberry crop and shipments, I'I card flub at their attractive II I! of their daughter, Katie Hello, Four men are dead and three injured ''

taken from the U. ,S. department of :I home on Water street. i to !Mr. Howard J. Boring\ of Waldo, Ha the result of an explosion of t

JEFENSE: SEEKS TO PROVE ALIBI examination she said she did not call agriculture, report of April 14th, will I The bridge game resulted in !Mrs. I Fla., May 20, 1923." the -oiler in the Aycock Lumber Company'H e
OF DEFENDANTS ON NIGHT i a Dr. Warren and that Dr. Warren be of Interest to many of our readers. Editor of the Telegraph, the public '
E. L. mill
Biggs the ladies'
receiving first at Scffnvr, thin morning
OF MARCH 2ND j did not come to the jail that night The Florida acreage has more than 'j I'prize, a deck of cards, while among I generally' and especially to those concerned .
Bill Brown, the deputy that at doubled since
I was 1920. :
the gentlemen! J. J. Truby won first The Dead
I Thi special term of circuit court, the jail the right of the attack, was Forecast of production in Floridais I' prize, an> ash tray. Mrs. N. Stern-I Tho above announcement, which appeared W. B. Alexander, aged about 00'

try a case tiansferred from Put- I' next called. Brown stated that about I nearly 0,000,000 quarts, or 110 per berg made low and was given a dainty in last week's Telegraph, pur- years, slab tripper.
1 or 1:30: he heard knock. cent-more than last Carlot porting to have been authorized I'll
im county, on a change of venue, some one year. ship- handkerchief, and N. Sternberg made by Archie Bean, aged about 19 fireman .
.nvl'ned in Starke Monday morning Ille got up and saw several men on ments to April 7 were 907 cars, almost l low for the gentlemen and received a Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Grt'CnVas unwarranted I and log turner )

Id/e/ A. V. Long presiding and State I the outside of the jail. He thoughtit three times as many cars as package of cigarettes.The false and untrue. I J. A. Stowgcr aired about 35
Ittorncy A. S. Crews, prosecuting. was a deputy with some1 men. He came from Florida all of last season.- b.oatest served chicken salad, The undersigned Eva Rlgdon, wrote saw. +

lil. Crews was assisted by Judge A. I got a gun, went to the door. As he |'I II |' Having been damaged somewhat by olivenaise sandwiches, and ice tea, andon the said announcement, signed the yer.C.. J. Johnson, aged about 60,
Walton, of Palatka.The |I crossed by the window, two shots were frosts, the crop in Louisiana may not the card tables were placed dishes names thereto and gave it to the bystander a b

defendants in this case are: C. I fired at him. He positively identified greatly exceed that of 1922, when of salted almonds. Bradford County Telegraph for pub- The '

Acosta, B. A. Brown, W. T. Gore,!| Gore and White and said he saw Gore, around 21,000,000'quarts were picked. lication, knowing at the time that tho Prof Injured
Those the F'\ B. Eckhard serious
lisacll White, C. E. Smith, John 1 fire directly into the window at him. Shipments to date are SO cars less enjoying evening were same was false, but the said act on scalp
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. Al- : wounds and Internal Injuries.
.lumltardner, Chesley Fowler, L. J. After this she saw the men get into'' than those of the early part of last my part was not done for malicious
II I bert Anderson, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Dirk Bur on, bruised and slightly 6"
Brien and G. B. O'Neil. They cars and leave. On cross-examination I season, only 260 cars having been fill- injury, either to the paper or to the
( are Biggs/ Mrs G. M. Inman, Mr. and I Mrs lacerated! by flying debris.W. "
) | represented by the following |, Brown said he identified Gore by his ed. t parties therein named, but was done '
>Iy N. Mr. and M. Alexander
Sternbeig, Mrs. J. W. son of W. B.
timinal lawyers: Evans Haile of! size and dress. Attorney Hartridge'l Because of Florida's heavy output, with the thought that it would bu taken -
Andrews Jr. Miss Mabel Weller J. Alexander, who killed bruised
[,linesville Gus Hartridge of Jack-1 l badly balled Brown up at thia\point.i total shipments to April 7 showed an ,' as a joke, and through Ignorance ,
'J.' Truby, Mr. and Mrs. F.o'. Stump. and! slightly lacerated, not thought to
nville, S. J. Hilburn, of Palatka, i On cross-examination the deputy increase of 78 per cent over the cor- 'I' on my part as to the seriousness of
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afternoon Mrs.
| Friday seriously! injured.
)1 Haynes entertained -
Li proved a very poor witness. responding period a year ago./ what I was doing.I .
A. Z. Adkins of Starke. I :
1 II I the K. K. Klub by Will Harmon,* arm split by
I a flyingdebris
Prices have 'been and down' have no ill-will against the ...
| The out of the !' Ramsey Tells of Arrests up so I par. I
case killing
grows i, i
'I 1 Porch party. Decorations were vases I ties' not thought to be seriously
therein named and it
far this season, depending on quality, was not
a young white man by the name of Sheriff P. G. Ramsey of Alachua I roses, sweet pClltt"' and ferns, and Injured. I
1 i condition and supply. At the end of.lof| my purpose to injure any one or cause/
L. Cross, in Gainesville, the killing county und W. G. Richardson, a deputy *| the tallies were done in sweet peas'I All Were White MenThe -
|ing done by a drunken negro bye I sheriff, told of the capture of the'I the week, Florida Klondykes were I Miss Clara !May\ Diirden, of Tampa,( \ill feelings and, as soon seriousness us my attention __ cause of the explosion in. unknown .
cnlleil to the
at 40 and 45c was of
>i name of Johnson on the night of defendants after the attack had been jobbing generally per won first' prize, a hand embroidered( : an Mr. Aycock, one of tae
I what I had
quart in eastern markets, the same done, I nt once net about
bruary 24. I I II I reported by telephone. Seven of the j' card table cnver; and Mrs. G. A. Col. the owners of the mill staled! that he 1P'
as in January. The low point was to correct false report and circulation
I The case against the nine men was 1 1Vun men were taken from two automo- I II Jins made low score an.treceived' a had looked at the boiler not mure l A
| reached in mid-February, and the I had caused to be circulated
at Palatka a short time ago, I| biles on roads leading from Palatka j tI bridge'schoc pad. Punch was served I, than ten minutes before the explosion
I high mark of 75e occurred near. the through and by publication, and I
|t a! charge being assault with attempt | to Gainesville, they testified. One was ,1 by the hostess, and later in the afternoon and that at the time the steam
I I end of March. The range has been hereby authorize the publication of "
murder and shooting into an occu- I arrested at ho state road department cream and wafers. The'' this article gouge showed. a pressure of only 123:
10c-20c< lower than last season's.Missionaries .
,d dwelling. Eighteen hotj had maintenance camp there and one taken closed slow and dull guests included! Mosdumes Edward EVA IUGDON. pounds. and that the water was play- ,.'
,i-n fired, one of them striking Sher- from a Gainesville boardinghouse in Cincinnati at 30c-35c Burns, E. L. Uiggs, N. Sternberg, E. inn up and down in the water gauge !

| Hagan in the hand. But it was aired A coil of approximately 100 per quart.* M. Johns, J. M. Mitchell, JoH.. Neff, LOUIS: II. HILL, JU., GIVES; : IIIUTII- _.The explosion occurred /about .10 Y '

by the defense that, owing to feet of manilla hemp rope was foundin !MR. AND MRS. FUTCH GIVE 500 J. W. Andrews, Jr., F. L. Turner, A. DAY PARTY o'clock, while the mill was in operation .
popularity of Sheriff Hagan, it one of the cars, together with an i PARTY ... Z. Adkins, G. A. Collins, O. L Beas i and! came without a moment's "I'

1'iild' be impossible to secure a jury automatic shotgun and a double bar.I ley, A. W. Anderson, Misses Florence I Louis H. ]Hill[ Jr., son of Mr.( and warning J dDr
Putnam to reled shotgun, the witnesses testified Matthews Mabel Weller and Clara J. W. Alsubrook who cull. '
county impartially try was
!Mrs. L. If. Hill of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch Rave a I Lawtey, gnome a
i- case, and" change qjt venue was Wednesday. I' delightful 500 party Tuesday evening May Durden of Tampa. delightful party Thursday afternoon, ing on a patient in the vicinity of ti

Iked for and finally granted by Paul Barnett, a Palatka garage me- (! at their attractive home on East Call April 10th! to a large number of his Selfncr, was the /first doctor to arrive

dge Long, and each of the defend- chanic, and Brantley Mosely testifielf'to street. CARD OF THANKSWe little friend, the occasion! being. the on the scene, mid began to render'

Its put under a bond of $3,000. following three cars, "two Fords I Five tables were arranged for cards anniversary of' his tenth birthday. first/ aid to the injured /soon after the fl

(Monday In securing a and a larger car," after the firing of 1 .Sixty-five to make explosion/ lie was soon joined by '
was spent and on each table was placed dishes sincerely thank all the friends I guests came merry -
|iy, and in the evening the venire of the shots at the Palatka jail. They ,,I of candy and salted nuts. The hostess who so kindly assisted us during our I with this popular young man und I Dr. It. C. llluck, of this city and 1 Dr.
stated that had followed the cars I Know, of 1'aIII I'a. The injured were I
men summoned had been exhaust- served block cream, angel food recent sad beroavement. May God to wish him many happy returns of
The state had used none of its until they turned off onto the Gainesville I cake and, chocolate cake. bless them.; I the day. Among the many gifts were token to their homes nearby and their

allenges, but the defense had used! road. They testified that one of The guests included Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Haislop and Family. I ten silver dollars given by his parents. Injuries treated.Representatives.
kee, and only five tentative jurors the cars bore no license! tag, while the i J. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. HooverMr. The children played happily on the of the sheriff's office '

1.1 been accepted out, of the 36. They } other tag was upside down. The two and Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mr. and Anderson, Mr. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. spacious lawn that surrounds thin / were soon on the scene and made I j,

[re W. C. Clemons I C. Johns, II. R.I[|' cars in which' the seven defendants Mrs. F. L. Smith, Miss Staley, Mr< II. H. Young, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.Sis-; pleasant home and towards the close un Investigation. Judge Jones, justice i

,.ford, J. B. Browning and S. J. were arrested tallied in respect to the and Mrs. W. E. Dnvls, Mrs. A. W. trunk, Cyrus und Joe Sistrunk. of the afternoon Mrs. Hill, assisted of the Peace of Gary, also made lr r/
jitch. ,Sheriff Epperson was ordered I[ license tags' with the ones Barnett by Mrs. Eflle Miner, served individual an investigation arid 1 derided 1 that a #

I summon a special venire of 50 ju-, and Mosely described. I -- cakes and ice cream. The table was coroner's inquest was unnecessary x '

I S to report at 9 a. m. Tuesday. j I IThe The state finished its work Wednesday !| placed on the lawn and decorated Those instantly killed were badly '

jury as finally organized, was at noon. Thursday morning Commencement i with roses, and in the center was mangled! Archie Bean had hi* shoulder
posed of Vance Russ. W. C. Clend 1 the defense was examining its-wit- !{ placed the white birthday cake ornamented blown entirely away and his head
C. J. K'ltch J. B. I nesses, about 20 in number. The at.I with ten pink tapers. Roses slit Parts
Johns, S. I open. of his brains ware
[owning, II. R. Crawford. torneys for the defense claim that I Exercises B. H. S. !' were given as favors to the guests. found several feet from where his
I establish alibi for each oft I II
they can
Sheriff Hairan Testifies lay, after the explosion, and. his
'. M. Hagan, sheriff of Putnam I the nine men. I I: Cn08nY-EI MOS)80N felothes were blown off Ms body. a

Jmty, was the first witness called I The case will not go to the Jury before *- j I ,.....--- The heads of all those killed were I

the state. Sheriff Hagan testified ,I the making up of the Telegraph's, I I 'The commencement exercises of the My Mother's Children-Expression !!I Mr. R. Crosby and Miss Effie badly mangled and they were cover.

t on March 2nd at.about 1:15: a. ,forms, and the verdict will not be Bradford High School begin this eve'ning Class. I I I L. Edmondson were married by Judge ed with dust/ and ashes raised by the i
i Home one knocked on the door at '1,I reached before some time today. The Ij I with the following\! program given Waitin' Down by the Mississippi Green at his 'once Sunday evening at explosion'

jail. He got up and went to the j j i trial has not been -so long drawn out by "MM.: :rfil'j!! jrh'!'.' nusic .nt' Shore. j I eight o'clock. The style of the flnn operating the l1 f

\>r, turned .on. the light;' opened ther i as at first, thAtught it would be, for )expression class: Finale I j i I Mr. Crosby is the youngest son of mill\ w.as the Aycock Lumber Company
lost. I With Quaking Hearts We Welcome The baccalaureate will be Mr. John Crosby of the Rising
been sec
and saw six or eight men, maybe :i no time has sermon I with J. T. Aycock, and his
lr >, all of whom had.plstols pointed''' It was thought that the town would You-Chorus of Girls. preached by Dr. A. E. Dunham, .oil i:I tion. He Is an industrious and hust1 nephew, F. B. Cutchen, proprietors.Mr. .

I him. One of the men approached ''be crowded with people coming to Piano Duet, Medley of National Airs the Episcopal church, next Sunday 1 j i ling young man and Is making a suc- '. Aycock stated that he had I '

'. 1&! hit him' in the head and hear this notable trial, but little in- -Lucile Johns, Elizabeth Andrew. evening at eight o'clock, in the audi '::cess In the business world. Ills bride purchased the boiler about five month.

mined the door. The men com- terest. Is manifested and not many j' Group of piano solos by beginners: torium of the high school.\ Music by I, Is the daughter of Mr. W. E. Edmond. ago from the Zachary Tyler Veneer. l
''I other except' On Rollers and Selection from the different/churches. son of the same community and is
need shooting through the door, have come from points (a) the choirs of j Company, of Sanford, and 1 that it had
'''from' Gainesville where the defendants Rigeletto Clara Louise Peek. the exercises will\ attractive and accomplished.The .
i! shot hitting him in the left hand. Monday evening passed an inspection at the time and
'I live. (b) Sleeping Flowers-Maurice consist of comedy drama Is "Es- young couple are ppoular
ter this the men jumped off of the I a I very been pronounced in good condition. It; \.
fint porch and ran. lie opened the ,| Morgan. meralda," by Frances Hodgson Bur-:! with 'a large circle of friends, all of was claimed to be a highpressureboiler

or, saw the men running towards',! INDIAN NO QUITTER i (c) Goldenlocke-Sara Hope Haynes I nett and William H. Gillette, and the : whom join In wishing them all hap. according to Mr. Aycock, but ,

cars. lIe saw one man running I (d) What Grandpa SaidBeatriceJohns. cast of character Is as ollow.: pine.... he had never worked it above 125 to

boss the street and he shot at himh I G. M. Inman has returned home after filbert: Roger, a' North* Carolina 140 ponuds of pressure. c
a shot gun. Mr. Hagan said hen I I a ten days' sojourn in south Flor- (e) Slumberland-Hazel Adkins. farmer, Frank Carpenter. BENNETT.THOMPSON
called Sheriff Ramsey and told I Ida. Mr.' Inman says that during his My Pa Said So-Master John In- Mrs. Lydia Ann Rogers, his daughter -. Pieces of the boiler were scattered ,,
and over an area of a half mile, the main
'absence started to the Mr. Hiram Troy Bennett Miss
what had happened. Hagan poe.ely a rumor was man. ', Miss Uulda Brinson.
said that he saw White, Fowl- effect that he intended to move away I Piano Duet, My Mama's Waltz Miss Eemeralda Rogers, his daughter Floy Thompson, both of Lawtey, were part being found in a field at least a '

and Bryan on the porch. The sherI I 1 front Starke, and he wishes to state (Streaborg)-Ruth Sternberg and (Mise Ethel Griffin. united In marriage b/ Judge Greenat I quarter of u mile away from where Iconlu..lon '

I said)hat not a word was spoken || through the Telegraph that any such Lois Colley. Dave Hardy, a young North Carolinian his office :Saturday afternoon at 3 it stood before the explosion. The

(en'he opened the door and he did rumor is entirely unfounded.Any I Piano..Trio, Camp of Glory .(Hoist) :, Charley John o'clock. I was noted by persons living
see who did the shooting. Thee one who has watched Mr. In Hazel Mlddleton Mary Canova and Mr. Estabrook a man of leisure, Mr. Bennett I is a-son of the late R. a mile away.

that was found neat the jail in man' career since he came to Starke Inez Hodges. I Gerald Middleton. B. Bennett, is an industrious, ambitious Prof. Eckhard, who was the most

atka was accepted as evidence. knows that he has been guccessful. Rose Dance-Expression clas"r--: Jack Desmond an American artistin and rising young man. His' seriously injured of those to survive,

n cross examination the sheriff Moreover, he has yearly won prizes I Patsy Brinson, Martha Powell, Eunice I Paris, Hamilton Ritch. bride I il the charming young daugh. was working on the roof at the time

[led to identify any of the other six given by the E. A. Strput Farm Agency Canoes Fenella Snyder,' Lola Adkins, Mis Nora Desmond, his sister ter' of Mr. Shad H. Thompson, a prosperous of the explosion. 1

n. He said he did not see any man to its representatives for phenomenal Hazel Adkins Margaret Neff Clara Miss Margaret Long. farmer of the. Watteroak sec C. J.Jonhson one of the men killed -

lot into the house.Irs. sales of land. Mr. Inman l II no Louise Peek Lillian Garcia. i Mia Kate Deem6nd, his sister, Miss tion. war a bystander, having qme into

Hagan, wife of the sheriff, was quitter, and he Is not going to give ]I Dolly's New Gown--Martha Powell Audrey Johns. The young couple are very popular themill a few minutes before the ex.plolon

Vt called. .She testified that she )I up the good position here that he has Recitation, Selected-Lois Adkins. Marquis de Montesini, a French. with a large circle of friend who I to watch it run..11. came to P

at home at the Jail the night of-won through energy, good salesmanship -I Piano Trio Through the Meadow adventurer, Alvin Beck. wish them all happiness. They will I' Serfner last fall from Minnesota, andlae

attack. She started down stairs I and straight" dealing. He is hereto 'Clara Louise Peek, Hazel Adklrj, George Drew an American speculator reside at Lawtey living in this section for the ben- f'

J two bullets came near her as she stay. Vivian Kite. i Comer Long. .fit of hU health.

[it down. he.said she only (taw one Piano Solo Menuett Joyeuse (Mi- i .Sophie, a maid Miss Eleanor Hedg BOREB BUILDING The dead who leave families are .
n but could not identify him. CARD OF THANKSWe l nettl))-Rath Sternberg. r 'I W. B. Alexander and J. A. Stowger.ST. ,
es. ..N.. had the
lrs. of Sheriff Ha- Love Dreams of You-Patsy Brin- sooner ashea. remaining
Black, daughter thank all our friendsfor aololst. Choru of Lena .. IJecause of expense of exercises, a from his burned garage 'cooled than
k at the Jail the nightie wish to j ion, composed ...
said she was MARK'S CHURCH
and 25c
,small admission fee of 15c D. Boree started
shows a new building Just
testified that the the many acts of kindness Belle and Cleo Shepard Lola and
trouble.kind set man wear- during the recent fitness and death of|I Hazel Adkins, Cle<\ Shepard, Eunice will be charged Monday evening No north of the former garage This is -

light a of heavy across the street. our beloved mother and for the many I Canon Maurice Morgan, Mar other charge will be made during a 5 room bungalow, built by Zack The service on-the Fourth Sunday '

| had clothes run and a light hat. beautiful floral offerings. tha. Powell. Margaret Net?, FenelU i commencement. Anders and Tom Hemingway after Easter will b<_at 11 a. m.
on leggingl Thede I Th. exercise, will begin promptlyat "To whom lie showed Himself alive '
s i and shooting at Mrs. F. M. Oensel, Herman Snyder, Beatrice John, Lillian Gar
man was running She him shoot R. R. Tbede. ril. Sara Hope Haynes, Vivian Kite. eight o'clock each evening, and a Mr*. L. C. Cashatt and children will after Hie passion by many Infallible

same time. saw with.I Piano Duet Bugle Can (Pierre Re- ,cordial invitation 1* extended to all leave tomorrow for Cincinnati, Ohio, proofs, being seen of them forty days t
bullet came
>foot times and one After this j,' Dr. W. U. Parka was a business via nard)-Cassia Mae Bennett and Elisabeth patron and friends of the school to where they go to spend the summer. and speaking of the things pertaining.
of her window. Jacksonville Tuesday. Kendrick. attend each of theee service. with Mr. Caahatt's parent. to the kingdom! of God."
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", Four men were killed and several borught to the Morrell memorial hospital -I I
injured at Seffncr Friday when the at Lakeland Thursday night suffering I/
boiler of a sawmill exploded at 10 with knife wounds on his .
o'clock in the morning. 'The mill was shoulder and arms. His condition is WREGLEVSff1 I
i, the property of John Aycock.e not thought serious. :Mr. Adams \
f, stated that he was employed in the
Telegrams received'at Palatka announced commissary of the Florida Mill and a k and give your
that two carloads of new potatoes Pinning Company, and that the stomach a lilt. .
sold in Philadelphia Monday wounds marked the culmination of an :
basis $20 barrel for No. he Provides "Cae bit ol .. ,
on a of per argument had gotten into with :! \
1 potatoes Prices generally over Frank Simmons, foreman at the weef In ktntfielol
the country are high and growers are mill, with whom he had a disputeover d orm. v ,
feverishly making preparations to a matter of thirty cents. Helps to cleanse \
: get the crop on the market at the [ the teeth and keep
earliest possible moment. Clyde Pringle, aged 19 son
years them bealtby." f
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I of \Vm. Pringle, residing at Verdie, The H I
r4 The death last week of William A. in Nassau county, committed suicide I
,' f' Sauls, aged 103 removes from among on April 12th, according to information .I
't us the oldest citizen of Holmes coun furnished this paper by Jno. M.
,; ty. Indeed, it is doubtful if another Findley, Justice of the Peace of
person in West Florida has lived to Callahan. The young man seated !
so ripe an old age. Mr. Sauls was himself on the side of his bed, tooka Lake Butler, April 20.-Monday it
an old Confederate soldier and has shot gun, and placing the muzzle was reported to Deputy Sheriff Lewis Telegrapht
.' + made his home in this county for>> against his head, discharged it witha Reynolds at Raiford that there was a I
many years. stick, which he pressed against the still in a place called Whitehead bay, I t
trigger. lIe made an effort to get about seven miles from Raiford. The
The body of R. D. Niles, 76 years his little brother to pull the triggerfor deputy, accompanied by Constable J. .
,", old, former locomotive engineer, but him. Dowling, and Barney Andrews, wentin y
more recently driver of a for-hirej I I search of it. After hunting for a : .
automobile, was found lying in a "Eustis Development Company begins while he keen-eyed deputy discovered .
'f ; ? street at Miami Beach, with the skull reclaiming a large area of smoke in the distance, curling up
k i crushed. Evidently attacked from the swamp1\ lands lying within and ad. from a kind of a spring head. lie
t rear with some kind of blunt instrument jacent to the city," nays the Eustis cautiously crept to the spot where it I
the back of the head, according Lake Region. "Morton llopson, who was and beheld a fine sixty-t,ve gallon
w ? to physicians who performed an has the contract for reclaiming the copper still, with two worms running
autopsy on the body. two pieces of low land known as the from its sides, and a man sitting
,, Clifford estate and Herrick property, close by. He dashed to the spot and
Another of the many important began work yesterday dredging sand ,put tho man, Silas Griffis, under ar
c .. deals involving South' Florida land, from Lake >Sustis and filling in the 'rest. In taking an inventory of the Is one of the necessaries \ .
Y bringing extensivenew capital into swamps. This is a gigantic undertaking stock, bcsidee the still and worm was l :.'
{ this 'section for development purposes and will require some monthsfor found twelve barrels of mash and five of l life for Bradford

L has just been consummated completion, but when it is doneit iallons: of sparkling "shine." The :,
Yt S: ; through the purchase of I. T. Rob- will add a considerable area to the outfit was brought Lake Butler, the I County people, and that I
efts, of Birmingham, and associates, available residential and business! prisoner registered at the Brannen I
'; of a tract of 42,000 acres of virgin district; of the city. Hotel until next day, when he was this fact is becoming more
I' I
pine lands in Manatee county at a brought before Judge Strickland, to 7
I cost of approximately $750,000. According to the Flagler Tribune, 'I whom he gave bond until May 1st. and more recognized all

1 published at Bunnell, the "best track Miss Katherine Stone, of ;
1i' Cupt. Maynnrd and D. B. Collier, i Bales of spuds net growers $13.50 a I' was the guest of her ", Manning'l the time is seen by the
t/f the Deep Lake Company, at.Ever-. barrel at Bunnell." The report adds Dowling, this week. She "
f glade have just arrived in the city that only a small quantity of pota; I I panied by her brother,' Fred. I number of new subscribers ,

w with their flying pig. The pig was toes was sold f. o. b. last week. The Otto Wettstein, Jr., of Orlando,!
I added
t donated 'as their mascot by Mr. newspaper was dated April 12, and l was in Lake Butler Tuesday on bus- I IIness. constantly to _
Roberts, of Immokalee", and it has said that twelve cars were being load |
v, just completed an ureoplane trip ed that day. The market is holding I. J. A. Brooks, of Raiford, was in''I .. .. our list. Join the procesI
w rl: from that place to Fort Myers at a up well, and with cool weather north our city Tuesday. I I''
x height of 3,500 feet, which is thoughtto of Florida the potatoes are certainto I. Dr. J. G. Parrish, of the AntiMonopoly 'I sion, and find out what
be the highest that pork has ever be in good demand for an unusual. Drug Co., of Orlando, was in I
been. ly lung season. town this week visiting relatives and going on at .;

.. friends. I "'. '
and abroad
As a result of a fight brought about Use of strong spirits of ammoniaas Ira Thomas, living near Lulu, I i', : f
4 by alleged cruelty to an alligator, A. a weapon of defense against still| brought his little son, three years of
w H. McQuitty, hotel owner of St. Petersburg raiders was tried by Bert Fife whena age, to Dr. Naives last Tuesday for
prr and O. C. Whittle, businessman squad of officers under constable medical treatment. A setting hen had
.! y4k Iff( were arrested Thursday night C. J. Simms raided Fife's alleged I! picked the little fellow i it* the eye,
it 9 by Dectective J. 11. McGrath, on moonshine still northwest of St. Pe- but it is not thought it will prove
ar t lv'lv't ;'": charges of fighting according to po ersburg. Fife and his partner surrendered I serious. .
'+' lice ;reports. It was reported that at the point 'of a gun, but I Mr and Mrs S. M.\ Driggers and \
McQuitty objected when Whittle brought the ammonia into play at I daughter spent l last Sunday over in ... ,
': i y tied a string too tightly around the I close quarters with the constable. A Gainesville, guests of :Mrs. N. T.
,1 alligator's mouth. 'syringe attached to the bottle threwa Powell.
t d y; stream of ammonia about ten feet Little Union county is proud to Only $2.00 Per Year
i. Although ha makes a living by high.: The officer dodged the full learn from the county superintendentof
_ j + giving 'performances in which he force of the liquid but the fumes put schools, Mr. O. L. Mizelle, that he for
$1.00 Six Monthsin
i, claims to divine the past, present and him temporarily out of business. The has been notified by the state superintendent 'j
4 future and he whereabouts of missing liquid burned holes in his clothing that the Union County High I
I i ; persons as well as lost articles, where it touched. The twenty gallons School has been accredited as a class I advance
'' t Murdock, "mental marvel," was unable "washboiler" still and about "A" senior high school by the state ..
t to advise Daytona police of the thirty barrels of mash was' confisca accrediting board. ,
j whereabouts of Joe Livermore, his ted. Mrs\ J. A. Osteen and sister Miss i
assistant, whom Murdock claims departed Corinne Shaw, returned from Clio, ': ,.
with nine $100 bills'and jewelry Lee Dell Williams, eightyearoldson Ala., lust Monday night, after a visitto f \ .
valued at $100. of Mrs. Bonnibel Williams, telephone their father, who was critically ill. .
; 1 _- operator at Port Tampa City, He is much better at present. ,!
iti\ \ Boston has long been knownas the' had a narrow escape from drowning! Mrs: 'Charles F. Marvin, who has .'
\\t Bean City, but Center Hill, Fla., is and was saved only by the intelligence been pending a while here and at Ii
_ ;r-i'; 1 going to contest the right of title and bravery of three little girls, Midway the past week visiting rela- I i a "
;.". some day. The Bushnell Times quotes The children were bathing near the tives and friends, returned to her Address all letters and remittances to ;:
; a man from Center Hill as saying Port Tampa municipal pier now un- home in Jacksonville Monday.A .
:\. that while the shipment of beans has : der construction, when the boy who Ford on tractor from the Rivers f\
v:i'i- been in progress for ten days 'pant,' could not swim, got in beyond his ,Motor'Co., of this place, can be seen Bradford County Telegraph
:ii;,' the real big movement is now about depth and went down several times. loading logs in the flat care The
e;".e' to begin. "Next week' thirty-five I Ruby Jarrell, Margaret Altree and machine is handled by Willie Dekle.

y t cars a day may be moving out," he I Ida Hall, !girls twelve or fourteen A refrigerator car left here Friday Starke Florida ''
\1i! :". says, "and some days the record may I years old, were near him, but none of night with a fine lot of strawberries, ,
i 1 show forty to' fifty cars." them could swim, except Ida Hall who billed for New York. Another left on ,
4! knows only a little about swimming Monday night for Pittsburg, Pa. A
:;: Deputy Sheriff Bob Shackleford, The three girls however, joined hands, number of acres were planted to berries
':I).;)r,' operating under orders from, Sheriff with the little Hall !girl on tho deepwater this year and the fruit is of excellent \ ..
Merritt, Sunday afternoon threw end of the line and succeededin quality. The acreage will be l \
t'\ consternation into the ranks of concessionaires : hauling the distressed. Lee to saf increased next season. J I Ie .. '
at Pablo Beach running ; ety. Mayor R. E. Dell made a business : .{....i'if":
% slot machines and candy wheels by I trip to Jacksonville last Tuesday. : .'. .. '
1 i closing up ten establishments In I Brigadier General William Mitchell, Rev W. G. Doyle, pastor of the ,
.tr1\\ which one or the other two alleged.I assistant chief of the army air ser )First Baptist church at this place, \
k 'Jt I gambling devices were being run. vice, who 'arrived at Washington, preached an eloquent sermon Sunday .'. '
: : ,. The .deputy's action created a sen- from the scene of the airplane crashat morning. ,, ; >: <' '
: nation at the seaside restart, where Dayton declared Capt. W. R. Lawson Col. Markley Johns, one of Starke's : *;V'.' .".'i'ii-V.: :: ;' ',
:1"\ one of the record crowds. of She sea who was killed, was the greatest leading lawyers, was in town Tues .
,l had gathered. bomber officer In the service. He day on legal business. "
;, son 'r". ;f .ri .. directed the bombs which sank the tvC.. Kerce spent a couple of days .' 1', 1'
''I( I Willard Campbell, Miami business I]battleship Alabama' and the former in Gainesville the first of the week,
; .J man, was ordered held in the Dado German battleship Osterftesland in the guest of W. O. Tison "and A. B. )
.tR: i county jail without bond for ten days l I the bombing tests off the AtlanticI Shaw, two of his old-time ''friends, I ,
I on a charge of being a fugitive from I I coast, using the machine wrecked today who were formerly citizens of this .
k' justice. Campbell Is under indict- !!!I and accompanied by the same county. i
:; : II ment in New York on a charge of crew, three of whom were killed. Visa Veda Watson Mrs. G. W. .
ti .' obtaining $34,000: under false pre Capt. Lawson 'was awarded the distinguished Croft, Mrs. R. J. Johnson and Miss -
.' tense, the aftermath of an alleged service cross for acts of Myrtle Denmark, of White] Springs, ) 1 '.- ,
,.\ liquor deal. The charges against' heroism in action near St. Mihlel, were transacting business. in Lake .
-" 1 Campbell have been preferred by liar- ; France. The records show that while Butler Tuesday
10 j! : ry Kuller, of New York, who claims convalescing f from wounds he ,
!, that Campbell agreed<< to deliver 4000 teered for a mission Be Wise-Advertise ,
,cases of whiskey for $54,000 and that flight over the enemy lines "Olun-I. .
t the ,liquor was never delivered. range of the antiaircraft and file, Quloto' :at Oaa l'Iot .Ie'l t e' ta.,J
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FRIDAY APRIL 27 1923.: I

I Crimson: of North Dakota, was authority -'(I neutrality. Jackson captured TO THE PUBLIC
for the statement yesterday rolu and then hastened. to N penlln-1 I '
afternoon, that hu now intends to I 1 leans. where he 'won the most. i. I have hitherto though;; 1 wall ,mil I 1 '

," take the testimony of Dr. T. Capers I \utorof the 'war, Iwo week. after I ii'iiuiu-d to ild HQ' gone: nil i > the ,

MEN FROM TRAINTOTHE Jones, physician for the lumber com- a treaty ot peace had been signed yards ot tho town fflr trash. But on

pany, that if Tabert was given 50 with England In the meantime account of added work all the time.I I I II

I blows in the condition he was in, he Georgia frontier men joined the can no longer accommodate house
would have certainly died, and at- Floridians in the Fast Pernnndina I I
captured holders to that extent, but ask them |,
tempt .to show further that he received organized with General John ,
PRISON' to please put t rush in proper receptacles i i I
I as many as 100 or 125 lashes. Mcintosh as President and Expeditions on the! streets near their |II '

I, A negro named Johnson, a former were Bent to St. Augustine and d";'lIinlCs. Every Thursday! forenoon I I ,
inmate of the logging camp, and B'' to the interior to punish the Indiana ;
will the
.\ESTIGATORS TOLD STARTING carry awn> contentsof \\r
(: with riding freight trains and vag-I' former guard will testify, he said, anti runaway negroes who had been such receptacle from the aouth- ,
I rancy. "All the trains were met and that the
boy was given that many raiding the border of Georgia.
OF OFFICIALS IN:' TilEtEASING era portion of town, and will attendto
as fast as the train would
crew blows and that furthermore
if his
CASE. The close. of the war with Englanddid thu northern portion in the after
( them up declared the former jailer. body is now buried in the commun- not bring peace along the Southern noon.

Poppell said he received a salaryof ity cemetery of CJara, as testifiedby border of tho United States Both This request it), I hope, reasonableand
| Poured Freely From Judge'sJug $60 a month and witness fees the "
Liquor witnesses for the lumber company ti
President Madison. and :Monroo\ hud will entail no hardship j on thu t tMCRXAN
Witness Says latter compensation bringing an exclamation it has hen disinterred, as considered the necessity of annexing i public, while it will be of a great

of surprise. He reiterated they helped bury him under a sap- Florida and under the. latter this was convenience to me, if acted on.Respectfully.
| .Men Seized From Trains., Persuaded however, that he received witness ling along the road near Clara. consummated by a treaty sinned at 1 "" .

To plead Guilty, and Sent to Camps fees and never attended the court nor They will testify, Mr. Crimson stated Washington, February 22, 1SII, by I J. A. MORGANTown TOBACCO CO '

Without Chance For Defense. was he summoned to attend. that the boy's nose was broken, and I which Spain agreed to suvremler Scavenger. .
If the prisoner paid his fine, ho that his head and body bore bruises Florida for $5,000,000 and the payment his I "'
farm to pull timbers and
Tallahasse, April 21.-Declaring explained he would get a dollar for and lacerations from the whipping.An I of claims amounting to about TROOPERS SEIZE 12 TRUCKS OF piling to the bridge site. There
I that Sheriff J. R. Jones instructed everyone regardless of how many important witness promised by $600,000, the first two purchases from HKKR; AND 300 GALS. WHISKEY yet a hundred uses to which this ma 'P1}
him and other deputy sheriffs of were arraigned on each day, but i If Mr. Crimson was Dr. G. T. Baugh- Spain, the second being $20,000(1)00for () chine can bu put. It works cheaplyand Y
to the prisoner took imprisonment the I man, of this city, who examined Ta- the t
Leon county "get busy this Philipines. Spain accepted the l'hilalelphia-The largest seizure satisfactorily Is always ready
means money for me," after he had county would have to compensate I. bert.upon his arrest here for beatinghis agreement on October 24, J820 but of liquor since Gov Pinchut orderedthe for work never gets drunk and neveI'go.s f

made a contract with the Putnam him and therefore he received one way on a freight train and before the ratification was not completed at state police to take part in tho I on a strike. By means of its
to dollar fop a court day. he was sent to the private camp., Washington until enforcement t
Lumber Company receive $20 a February 22, 1821 I, of prohibition und since great power and adaptability concentrated
I head for prisoners leased to them, Willis Alone Allowed It Dr. Baughman will testify, accord and later General Jackson was designated the appointment of Frederick A, Ha- I under one controlling will, ,
M. former "During your 20 service ing to :Mr. Crimson, that his examina- Governor of zeltinu chief enforcement director
|Jerry) Poppell, jailor, to- years as as Military Fast as the owner of a tractor Is enabled to>
[day told the legislative investiga- a county official did any county tion disclosed no evidence of a social and West Florida with headquarters of this district was madu early today do work which without it would bo I +.

1 ting committee inquiring into the judge other than Judge Willis allow disease. nt Pensacola. tIt when troopers seized twelve motor beyond his means.

(death of Martin Tabert, of North Da- you to collect witness fees when you Others Testify Many Blown was planned i<> exchanp-o flagson trucks loaded with beer and 300 I

Ikuta, and other reported brutalitiesto were not summoned?" The witnesses being brought hereto July 4, but the Spairt had no gallons of whiskey in a touring car.

prisoners, through a startling recitation "No. Judge Willis was the only testify that they saw Tabert receive sentiment for the American natal The second seizure took place after 11 ,
of this more than 100 blows, are de- a pistol fight took place betweenthe Radium emanation. '
county's law-enforc- one, was the reply. day and the final! act was delayed to
|ing machinery. The office of Judge Willis, as wellas signed to sustantiate the testimonyof July 17, at Pensacola. It was three state troopers and boot huggers TIle tnmnutlon (torn radium ennt h '

Poppell said he was jailor for Leon that of the sheriff, is being investi-! other witnesses produced by Mr. o'clock p. m. when the Spanish> flag at Morrisville, near the Pennsylvania .. stopped 1. but da scarcely any I i

(county 20 years and was discharged gated by the committee on charges Crimson and his colleague in the pro came down and the stars and stripes end of the Delaware river bridge at kauntfon of the murorlul appreciable
despite the fact that stream of
secution Assistant General u en
Lifter serving under Sheriff Jones for that these two officers had entered Kneeshaw, giving Attorney the number of took its place nt St. Augustine, on Trenton. Twenty-five prisoners! were .rgy .U, constantly passing off from It, t
I two years because he complained of into a collusion. what is now Fort Marion but .rigin- taken. this U of cattail eonsegmonce.| If the
("brutal treatment of prisoners con. i'i "Well when you arrested a man blows all the way from 50 to 100. ally known a* "San! Juan Jo t'imV According to Lieut Boyle of the rays were allowed to iiHcapu pr-untnco-

|lined in the jail." I I riding on a freight train what would Witnesses for the lumber companyon afterwards. to San Marco, and fol- state police several of the men of- euHly hl wev"r. they rnlKUt do con.td> a

lie further testified that the sherIff I 1 you tell him?" asked Senator Stokes. the other hand, have testified that I lowing the transfer tt the present fered him bribes which he accepted. ruble damage/ ; In order\ to confine l

instructed him to persuade alii I i "I would tell him to plead guilty. he received only a few lashes, some- name in honor of General Francis One handed him a roll of bills, he .Jheni therefor", n mif* linn been eon.
where between six and eleven. Hijr- said containing in bills. trurttHl 1 with a thick: lining of la
to $3,100 $100
[prisoners plead guilty. "Tell them Sheriff Jones' instructions, were to Marlon. The fort is the oldest fortification
ginbotham himself testifying that he rude, the ate"L
if they demand trial they will get six jl 1 keep them away from lawyers. We in the United State1ind Another produced a check for $1,000
only the boy six to eight "gen-
(months and if they enter a plea of knew no jury would ever convict tle" Wows.gave covers four acres. It was begin in and one of the drivers gave him A TQNIGOrove's

juilty they will only get three I them. It got pretty bad and it hurt 169'i: and completed in 1752 the material $2,100.
With the expected con luslon ofthe
(months," the former jailer said, was tines when I would of the walU being me so some $;
gej hearing of Tabert's today
case THE USEFUL TRACTORA Energy and Vitality by Purifying, anal
Ins instructions from the sheriff. rock from quarries on Anastasia
fellow I would Da vis Fred II
a slip ( the committee is expected to take action Enrlchlnit! the Blood. When you foci IMtr
Got Drunk Frequently. island with workmen including soldiers to-
Davis, local attorney) a tip and he
towards disinterring his remains effect howIt
iitlinnlnri. Invigorating
| see
short distance west of Starko a | !
in Indians and
Poppell, answer to direct extended
ques- would appear for the defendant, and give him a decent" burial, as negroiH brings color to the cheeks\ and how
bridge is being built across the Lock- I
ions their work
announced that he, County said through nany long and
Poppell. authorized by the legislature. It Improves the will than
wood branch the Starke and Lake you
fudge B. F. Willis, the sheriff and "Why did do that?" weary years. The old f tit is new one! on
i I you Ultimate disposition of the body appreciate> Its true tonic value. ,
Jill the deputies got drunk frequently. of the dhow places of F loridtt, Butler road. Thu piles are driven
,' Brought Sears Back will await word from the boy's Gr ",,'s Tasteless chill Tonlo I I..* simply
deeply by of driver. The
means pile
"I thought this was a prohibition The transfer of authority. took. nliirn, a tl
"Because I it ------ ---- ----
thought Iron
was and So
wrong mother. Mr. Crimson telegraphed I Quinine suspended in fyrup.
[ own," Chairman John Stokes re- Vat 4 p. m. in the Government; (House, heavy hammer for this apparatus is
and after I heard of the way the her last night in that connection. Mrs. pleasant even children like It. The blast
nal'lud_. An incident preceding the affair was rained. through power gotten from a
needs It and IRON
prisoners were being treated at the Tabert has already requested however, QUININE to Purify to
"It would seem that it would be Putnam Lumber I declared to Incident preceding the affair was the Fbrdaon tractor. Enrich It.. Destroys Malarial germs and _
camp he said, that the body be not disinter-
ight here at the capital" the wit help as as I could. Some o1 arrival of Capt. J. It. Ilanbnin aftera The bridge contractor has used his Grip !germs by its Strengthening. Invigorating
many red unless
positive can
of Fordson for plowing and hauling on Effect tiOts. -
agreed. journey seventeen days from
peas them on being returned from the Putnam be made. For this purpose Mr 4A
lIe was asked how it came about to the jail would show me Pensacola, having been sent by Gen.
camp Crimson communicated with a Munich
that Judge Willis was available for eral Jackson to demand the .
I their lashed backs, he said. N. D., dentist with a view to getting Jlaju'rsland -- -.-
Impromptu night trials. records properly belonging to the
"If felt that about it why
I you way a chart of his teeth.
"He was around the courthouse a did you continue in the employ of Americans. These had been packedin

'ocd deal with his demijohn," the the sheriff?" -- eleven large boxes and a vessel waft

former jailor replied, declaring that "I thought there would be a changein FLORIDA AND SPAIN waiting in the harbor to curry them

((10 feeling of revenge would prompt sheriffs pretty soon, so I continued (liy Moses Folsom) away. After Governor Coppinger hud : :
tim to give his testimony. on." refused to deliver them, dipt. Han

Jilaniea: Sheriff For Returned Letter "How long before you were discharged Spain now reduced to limited power bam had the room in the Government I ,v t tf

Before Poppell took the stand II. did you find that prisonerswere among nations, was at one time the House forced open and took charge of I f

Moore, a postoffice clerk, testified being treated badly at the most powerful country on earth. Its the documents.It CHASSISA /

< JUt Sheriff Jones instructed him to Putnam camp?" greatness began when Ferdinand and was 10 o'clock a. ''m. 1)11 .f! i.y 17, I y .,
eturn letter addressedo Isabelle financed "Chrlstorforo Colum when General Jackson and staff
a registered "After they:! had been sending them entered
Martin Tabert to 'the sender, as down there for seven months," hesaid bus" for a trip to the East Indies, dur- Pensacola and met General Cut- I

I the party had gone." i and added, "business got slack ing which he was halted by the discovery lava, the Spanish governor. The two Greater Value 4,

Moore said he wrote on the en- A railroad detective began taking his of America, an event rankingin walked from the Government House

l elope just what Jones told him and prisoners before a justice of the importance with the almost contemporaneous ; I to the center of the square where the
before is offered in the Ford
ent it back to Mrs. Ben Tabert, in peace would only give them 3'% days one of printing from 'Hag( stair still carried the colors of Chassis ever for I
light service.
Munich, N.: D. Moore denied that while Judge Willis was giving them movable type. Charles the Fifth, a I I Spain. At a signal from General delivery

once instructed him to write on the three months, so the sheriff gave in* grandson of these royal friends of Jackson, the American flag began its The new low price puts this convenient
nvelop to Clara Columbus, was not only King 'of ascent and the ,Spanish flag began ,
"party gone as tructlons to keep the justice court's rapid, light-delivery service within reachof i 1
Jones had testified before the committee I! constable and his prisoners away, Spain, but ruler,of Italy, Germanyand its fall. Soldiers of the two countries, every line of business. It not only

the first of this week. |from the jail." the Netherlands in Europe, and Indians and negroes filled the square, gives you proved economy of operation

"Had the sheriff Instructed me to I I "What did he tell you?" held sway over millions of square streets and windows of neighboring but also the facilities for enlarging

forward the letter to Clara, he would "He said 'Old Peabody, the Justice miles in Asia, in Africa, in the AmerIcas buildings. The Spaniards seemed business.An your 1

ave had to sign a postal slip as re-*I i of the peace, only gives them 30 and in the islands of the seven much depressed and to avoid any

uired by the postofflca department," 1 days, so don't allow Ed Hunter, his seas. Ships brought spoils and gold spirit of triumph the Americana refrained early order is necessary to insure )'

|eclared the witness. [ constable, in here,"' said Poppell. from many countries. from cheering. Preceding the reasonable delivery owing to the demand l

Tabert died at Clara while in the :1 The witness recited a lashing giv- Like preceding world powers ceremony, General Jackson had trou being the heavest we have ever known. I

private camp. I I en a negro named Charley White, Spain, however, could not stand ble with the Spanish authorities over A small down payment-convenient .

Ignored Notices, Says Witness ''suspected of burglarizing a store. HeI prosperity, and now her outside pos the public documents and at St. easy terms.
Moore said two notices were 'sent sessions consist of the Canary Islandsin Augustine they had to be taken by ,
I I two deputy sheriffs,
he riff Jones before he paid any was whipped by the Atlantic and Morocco and force. The Indian chiefs were displeased rrd firitmt Awe _.......,..
Attention to the letter. I I I he said, to make him confess. Another Spanish Guinea in Africa, in all a lit over tho change, but the fend.wiy see sw.r bees w Awe ;

Poppell told the committee that negro had been accused of stealing tle over 80,000 square miles, and with American commander assured themof

fter the agreement with the Putnam ''a I' setting hen. He was taken out in Morrocco, during the last year she his friendship. Under the Spanish J. W. ANDREWS, JR., DEALER .

ompany had been made by Jones, the woods and whipped Poppell said. has had an expensive war. they had been doing as they pleased.

here were from four to ten pris- I Claim Body Moved. From Spain came Ponce de Leon, They and their people had learned LINCOLN FORD .'OIU>SON

nets borught into the jail charged Assistant Attorney General G. DeSoto and other adventurers to the something of the stemesa !in campaigns STARKE. FLORIDA '

I shores of Florida and for more than against them preceding the

two hundred and fifty years the Spanish surrender.The .

l standard expanded in winds from story of Florida after the

IiiIllOUSICK! the sea at St. Augustine, Pen a ola, American occupancy is recent historyand 235 ( ,

St. Marks, and other points. It was a replete with glorious events, t
lung period of struggle and distress, growth and prosperity. It would take / r

during which the British flag was many volumes to review the high f..O.-e. DETROIT l le lle

CALOMEL here from 1763 to 1783, when Spain points In the long drama enacted in ll l
TAKE NO"Dodson's had ceded Florida to Great Britain the' first state in America settled by

for the Bahama Islands. Spain resumed white men.

control about the close of the

revolutionary war, but did not bring To Cure a Cold in One lutyTali

You Up Better Than peace, American settlers came into LAXATIVE GROMO QUININE! (Tshl.te>
Liver Tone"-Straightens "t JUlh and .-.heandwnr5suCJimature e. e
.Florida from the border states of the dJt K.W.GKOVC;',,r..d." no each ...... Jut 1-

Salivating, Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't Upset new republic. Except in the towns
along the coast and the few Interior : w.eaa. i

You-Don't Lose a Day's Work-Read Guarantee communities the Indiana were practically t _
masters of the country, a*
they had been for centuries, and lived I
You're bilious! Your-liver !la luff- you a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone
hi! You feel lazy, dizzy and alltpocbcd for a few emit under my personal by hunting, fishing and preying upon '
out. Your head I I. dull, your money'back guaranty that. each poonul each other and upon the Increasing 1
ngue U _ted; breath bad; stomach. ( will clean your sluggish' liver better number of whiten seeking homes in ;
ur and bowel constipated. But don'tke than a done of nasty calomel' and thatit thl* goodly land. 1 i I
salivating calomel. It make you won't mako you lIck; I
lick, you may lone a day'i work. Dodaon'. Liver Tone 1 I. real liver ,When followed the second war with
| Calomel is mercury or quicksilver I median You'll know it neat morning (;rest Britain, British agent attempted -
Ihich causes necrosis of the bones. I because you will wake up feeling to influence the Indiana
falomel crashes into sour bile like I fine your liver will be working, your' against the Americana. A British
breaking it That1* when headache and dixzineM gone your atom i
"ynamite u feel that awful tip. nausea and I aeb will be sweet and your bowel* fleet entered Pensacola, and raised I SfI
ramping regular. You will feel like worklnyou'll ; the English colon ever the the fort. We Our Own Lenses
If you want to eajoy the nicest, he cheer full full of vigor aid General Andrew Jackson was sent to grind I \
'lltleet' liver and bowel cleansing you t
mDalann' straighten out affairs Inasmuch all NODELAYQaJnesVille.
take a spoonful Liver Ton I U mtifelf 7 ,
r.cr experience' just harmless and the Spanish authorities made no effort -
vegetable. therefore taD
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fcight. Your druggist or dealer sell i not aaUvti Give it to your chit rsa to preserve, order and maintain Florida. -

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i : """t. Bradford County Telegraph Letter Fro"- Tallahassee I II !' MURDERS\ BAFFLE I NEW-RIVER ,,

____- -. --.--.---_.-.---. : Crimes In Many Cities Unsolved byl New River April 27.-Mr. and MrsP.

i1 I ____ Police --, I B. Crews are the proud parents ofa 0.lr
t, Published weekly and entered as I I son, born the 21st inst.
i l I Tallahassee April 21.-The calen- BROOKER I daughter -
Mrs. Anna Thorp and r Pd
d! ; second! class matter at the post i The latest unsolved murder case to
dar tells the story y of legislative prog- Brooker 'be added to the long list already pig- Hazel, of Tarpon Springs, are ajt
i 1 office at Starke Florid as April 27.-Lois and To- 'I
ress except to the few bills that her aunt, Mrs.\ M. L. Johns.W. d
I ..-. ..- .-- --- ----- ledo Gainey spent the week-end with eon-holed by the police of the coun- visiting
and these
have been passed) mostly M. 1 Hodges and daughters, Minnie -
relatives LaCrosse is that of Dorothy Keenan, pretty
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner at I try
are of a local nature. Monday's cal- visiting relatives
artist's mile: who found slain and Elva, were
Wrs. W. M. Halloway, of Waldo was
endar consisted of 39 pages, first 4 Time
who spent last week here with her j, fn Tier New Y'.rk: City apartmen. Pit in Starke Saturday.
I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY place being given to Davis bill rtlat-! I Rivers and sister, Onie, to Retirerlauv
-I', mother, Mrs. Emily Abbott, left Sat- ,,: clews have thus far failed to !lead to George r,
Hit to the leasing of prisoners. Since i afternoon
I urday for High Springs, where she i: a definite olut.tn of thj;! 'murder, al- were here last Sunday
the leasing! of convicts has become ar I I spend-
and Iva Hodges are
will visit it is generally believed! tnat Alpha
relatives. I though I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE stench there are several bills to do I I
I Lucian O. flaxen, of High Springs : robbery and bltfkuail played!: a Mg! ing a while in
with the ? vh
: Per Year _________________.2.00 although away this has leasing been the system legislative, spent the week-end here at the home (:I: part in the crime. Henry Shaw, of Brooker was here

r of his \VI I Keenan apparently knew Friday evening.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. I i Dorothy
for of the
ft a nun\ber
:years Mrs. J. P. Lindsey and children
DIALOGUE Hazen. that she was doomed, according to
; A leasing still goes on and the beating after
A. E. ::'>McKinney spent the week-end:'j documents she (left behind. The most have returned to their home a
of convicts continues.All i
t;J I (Conversation ;;t'might be over- prohibition bills, a flock .them. with relatives at Louise. :;I, generally accepted theory is that she visit in New York, guests of her parents

heard at the State Farm sometime in all said to have been prepared by the Mr, and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and I'I refused to become party to a blackI I ,

the future) : anti-saloon league were made the special daughter.. Inez,.spent! Wednesday atternoon'in : I I I mailing scheme against a wealthy :Mr. and Mrs. pierce Crews spent
( Lake admirer. I of last week in Starke, guests of
Cap'n Roddenberry to Cap'n Higgin- Butler. part
(, t order for Thursday coming. It is !I I
1 botham-Cap'n, what's the weight of'j I needless to enumerate the contents Mrs. T. C. Hazen has been very ill II Recalls Hall-Mill: Case Mr. and !Mrs.\ A. O. Rivers.Dr. h

the strap you uses to tote? for all aim at tightening up the liquor for the past few days, but at this I The case of Dorothy Ker-nan with King, of Lake Butler, was a

It 'j) Cap'n Higginbotham-Why, hit business which all admit now is writing we, are glad to report her I its aspects of blackmail, jealousy, and professional visitor here last week.

\ maught er bin two or three ounces. not so tight as the men who drinkit. much better. 'I robbery, is in common, in some respects :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns were

You see hit was only old razor strap, Mrs. Jno. Shriver and son, Lewis, I' with the Hall-Mffis murdercase I visitors to ,Starke last week.

an' I used to roll hit up an' stick hit William J.,Bryan is to be here, mail JJr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were visitors in New Brunswick, N. J., last H. P. Gainey and brother, Lee, of

behind me year. You see them convicts and telegrams haying been receivedfor to Starke Sunday afternoon.) !i, September. The bodies of the Rev. Brooker, were here last Wednesday | FOR SALE BYJ.

i all us got slivers into their hands him already. lie probably will talkon L. A. Brown has purchased a Ford j: Edward Hall, prominent minister, and afternoon. | W. ANDREWS. Jr.

u an' they ast me to pick'em out with his anti-Darwinian theory, which truck. I: Mrs. Eleanor Mills, his chorister, M. L. Johns was attending to bus- i St.rk.., FU.

d .; mo pocket knife. I used ter strop has been introduced, along with a Mr. and Mrs. L. 'R. Gainey spent'|I were found murdered in a lonely farm iness in Lake Butler Saturday.

{ me knife on the strap to keep hit provision against the teaching of Sunday afternoon with relatives at'':lane near New D nswick.I Barnard Johns, of Starke, attend. .ti_,_ _

t sharp. But was it true that your own atheism and agnosticism in the public LaCrosse. |I I For weeks an investigation was ed the farmers meeting here Satur-
strap weighed eight poundsTCap'n Mr. and Mrs. E. II,. Clemons and i I'carried day afternoon. '
fe- schools. on, at times only perfunctory,
', ) Rodclcnburry, sir them children of Waucjiula! are here ,visit- listed J. C. Raulemon, of Lake Butler,
I Among bills and resolutions on the but in tho end the case was as
darned lyin" papers got hit mixed up.The third reading is one for the recommendation ing at the home UC Mr. and Mrs. J. j i[ unsolved. Jealousy and blackmail passed through here one day of lust I. RHEUMATISMDon't I

;4 c t strap wait eight inches wide. I to mercy In capital cases; E. Clemons. both came to the front in this case,* week: I

cut it out er bed quilt to wrop aroun' that no administration shall be nec- Marcus Howard and sister, Annie, '' and at one time members of the slainrector's Grafton Adkins has returned home

". ,me throat in cold weather. I had essary in certain cases; an act to of Dukes, and Pearl Brown, of Miller '' family were under suspicion.A after spending several weeks in Mill' I Suffer from it

., great compassum for the poor convicts attended services here Sunday failed indict ami. I
amend the vagrancy laws; a bill to require special grand jury to
I an' when we were in the camps registration every two years in night. I any one for the crime. Iron Reddish, of Heilbronn, was i KUHN'S

I sometimes, used to beat olT the counties of 80,000 or more, this by Messrs. G. B. Colson, G. M. Beville, ''i The minister, much younger than here Sunday afternoon.Mr. I

f mosquitos from the backs of the boys. Stuhrt of Hillsborough, and three I Carroll and CaseyAtkinson spent his wealthy wife, was infauated, it and Mrs. C. B. Crown, of I RHEUMATIC

", They begged me to do it an' hit was other minor bills in quick successionby Wednesday transacting business at' developed with .Mrs. Mills, mother of Sampson City, was a caller here Sunday REMEDY

s r", I f not in me heart to refuse. the county seat. 1 wife of the i
o him, which does not represent all I a 10-year-old girl anti CURED ME
4 Both- he has introduced thus far. ExceptEd Dr. Bishop, of Alachua', was a vial sexton of Hall's church. Their bodies

: Straps, Straps, Straps, Stokes of Bay, Stuart appears to( itor here Friday. j i were found side by sides with buN PRESBYTERIAN"We It will help you

Raps, Raps, Raps, be the most prolific of bill makers. Kaiford Brannen, of Olustee' Was let holes through the heuda. The
I, visitor here Friday. |I II can't all be captains, we've got
I Courts and hell firel a
r Moat of the Stuart measures have throat of Mrs. Mills had also beenI Send For Descriptive circular
r,1, Let's go an' hoot some craps, been local to :Tampa or Hillsborough ]I VS.; A. Bryan, of Starke' was:in our' slashed. to be crew,
To see who's tho biggest liar I town Friday. j I I I I There's something for all of us # ereThere's
f county, and Stokes have been administration i A tangle of women, booze and REMEDY: IS4$1.00 PER BOP
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster were ,, big work to do and there'slesser
bills for the greater part. I blackmail was involved in the murderof I:
Saturday'afternoon do TLE-6 BOTTLES FOR $1.01: ('
visitors to Starke to
HAMPTON One by Stuart provides for a board Joseph B. .El well, wealthy club- ,
for the examination of naturopaths, Vnscoe Hazen; of Alachua, spent man and other card games. The 'I And the task we must do is the POSTPAID.

1 Hampton, April 27.-:sT II. Johns a new school of healers. the week-'end herewith homefolks. '. body of Elwell was found in his luxurious near."

and family, of Starke, were visitors h A bill by Weidling of Broward for Among those in Starke Mondaywere apartment, early in 1920, a Sunday school at 10 a. m. ':
: I Fi J. PatteeSTARKE
G. B. Colson I? T. Os- : :
} Messrs. 1' head. who Preaching services at 11 a. m.
i her last Sunday. the investment of money of estates, bullet hole in the Elwell '

',' A large number of the Starke people has a favorable report from the committee teen, R. A. Weeks, J. V. Russ.J. was separated from his wife, had Cordial invitation to the public. ,
FLA. R. F. D. A
V. Russ and family Sunday I There will be service ,
spent no evening on
tr attended the Masonic supper here on banking; Griflln has hail been host at many gay parties, and ( ,
:'..' the 20th. The supper was quite a favorable consideration for his.bill requiring afternoon with relatives in Graham. I several feminine garments were foundin | account of the baccalaureate! sermon
U j i,! \l success, the sum of $128 being real- that all motor vehicles stop Marcus Howard, of Dukes, was a- his rooms.Blackmail at the high school auditorium. __ --..... E.- ...- ....

; r > ized. The spread consisted of chicken, I fifty feet from a railroad crossing. |I visitor here Saturday afternoon. | in connection with the
II. H. Brown, who: has installed a fbt uil1l.le "u Slots "I: lrt"1 ,I' ,.. I J. L. SIMMONS
and nut "
in which he
boiled ham, macaroni, potato This bill was sponsored by the broth- alleged liquor deals figured ,.
j crate mill here is busy every day on flrreo..nt (Its too )TH lu"" J t I i PLUMBER: AND ELECTRICAL
salads, cafe, strawberries and cotfee. erhood of locomotive engineers, and may have had something to do 'n.VI BKO.VJxtl.li7.Kai>,: ..A'! L.' >i da., I 1
orders for crates' There is a great: 'bv e: .1 It 1,"t eau t u..etn.ia; "t ..or r ,.mftat. 'I CONTRACTOR
Several beautiful and delicious cakes with his sweet- Yon
... as Griffin used to pull the bell cord this slaying, or a spurned ln-jU. W.C1.OV: '-':J jiuvuim: : "_ ." i.SEA1IOARD '1(" :
were sold, one, which was. prepared himself he was a very proper man to demand here for crates season ,, heart's hand may have pulled the ESTIMATES.CHEERFULLY GIVE J

L by 1 1\lr "W. L. Bugg! ornamented with introduce it. Stuart and MacKencle and having the mill here makes it' fatal trigger, but the police were TRAIN SCIIiJOUI.K Telephone 133-J

+ a white and pink hearts and centered jointly introduced a bill, sponsored by more convenient for the farmers.J. '! never able to run down the slayer. (In effect Jan 1 'a0"'. | STARKE FLA.

with a white square and compass,! the federation of labor, for (the compensation J. Pinholster, of LaCrosse, was | Taylor Crime Unsolved SouthboundNo.1 I t

was sold to J. F. Johnson for $9.00.! of injured employes. This i n visitor to our town Monday morn | William D. Taylor was shot and reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m. ''I Limited train No. 10 trUe at Starke|\

"; Other cakes were sold and resoldfor, i 's the only bill the federation is ask- ing.W. killed in his Hollywood, (Cal.) home No. 3. 10:69: a. m. 5:45: a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson-1

pt''" nice sums. The Masons wish to thank ing for at this session: It is claimedin I Crews was transacting business! soon after being visited by Mabel No. 21, Cedar Key Train 4:58 p. m Iville.

the people for their presence and lib its behalf that Florida is one of in Starke Saturday afternoon. Norman, screen star. No trace of No. 15, Limited, 1:18: p. m.
I I Ressie Colson was those on (These two trains do not stop a'j!
eral donations. only five states that hasn't tome kind among his murderer has ever been found. NorthboundNo. 'I
the sick list last Starke. Ocala and Plant City are thtl
j J. Sullivan returned to her j week had led adventurous life
;v' Mrs. P. of a compensation law. Taylor an 2 arrives Starke 4:35: a. m. only stops they make between Jacksonville .j
:' i I' home hereIond'iY"! after a visit with Willard has presented a memorialfor I Lewis Shriver was a visitor over to and had been especiallypopular with No. 4 at 4:06 >
: m.
? p. and .
j afternoon.Mrs. '
Vorthlngton Friday
I her son, Cleveland Sullivan, of The- the establishment of a national women. No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. IlL
J C. J. Crews, of Bradford, was I Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated from
of music. The memorialIs death attributed to the
,, r ressa.P. conservatory | Taylor's No. 16, Limited, 1 5:5& p. m.
;if E. Griflln, who hus been visiting printed in full in both the journaland I a visitor here last Thursday after ., enmity he incurred from a dope Wnnnce Branch: Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. :

l friends and relatives here has returned the calendar. Properly speaking noon. ring, was the sensation of the motion No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. in. leaving Hampton 11:50: > p. m. and No.I

to his homj>alt Webster. it is a resolution which will be pre- Herman Moody, of LaCrosse, was picture colony for weeks. Many prominent No. 104.arrives Stnrke 3:15 m. 8 arriving Himpton 5:10 a. m. Th se!
; H. G. Ross of Leesburg, was a sented memorial" in town Saturday. 1 actresses mentioned are through trains, St. Petersburg tig
,f. as a to congress. of screen were Limited train No. 9 due at Starke (;
Mrs. C. M. Andreu
business visitor here this week. Williams of Leon has a bill for free Mr. in connection with Taylor, but no 11:2J: Jacksonville to St. Pe Cincinnati, Ohio.
p. m.,
'i Miss Estella Hobby who has been school books; he argues that wo have Bradford, were in town Saturday afternoon -i i trace of the real slayer was ever dis tersburg. I T. J. GRIFFIN,

(p l visiting relatives in Jacksonville, returned free schoolhouses, free school teachers j enroute to Starke. covered. Allen! I
her home here Friday. school' i i R. B. Lee of Starke, was transacting | Theatrical '- -- --
", to and should have free books : Magnate Disappears i ,
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i .)' E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs He has figured that about three- I:I here Monday. I A search covering, all Canada and I .r '"
f(f! has been the guest of bis mother, fourths of a mill will buy all the Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan and chil- I the United States'nas been conductedthe
the 'week-end with rela-
l Mrs. I. J. Priest. books needed, and that this will break I I dren spent last three years for Ambrose J.I

Il, Dan Byrd, of Graham, was A business no man and will help many to get an tives at Sampson City. !' Small, Canadian theatrical magnate,
!I J. W. L. Pinholster of Pine Hill, -
e visitor here this week. education who might otherwise go who disappeared 'from Toronto the Procrastination
i'' Mr. Sturglll, of Theressa, was attending without it. I was attending to business here Mon- I day after he put through a million

to business hero Saturday. There is a resoution to increase the day. dollar dual. Small was the owner ofa
I I : Mrs. J. D. Baxter
Revival services will begin at the compensation of legislators which will !, Mr. and spent string of theatres and had made

.'r Methodist ,church, next Sunday and probably pass, for the present pay is :: Sunday the guests of Rev. and Mrs. 'arrangements to sell them all. lIe "Defer not till tomorrow
to be wise
,.' I I Proctor, of Lake Butler. I ,
continue over the first Sunday in inadequate. When this per diem was was worth several million dollars.A I
\ Ira W. Pinholster Tomorrow's sun for thee rise'Congreve. *"
Mr. and Mrs
I I' may never
May. fixed it was possible to board for five corps of private detectives have

1 'J. F. Abernathy, of Graham, was a dollars a week and even less, but suchis 1.I spent Monday 1 afternoon in Gaines- i been hunting Small since he disap- I .
p business visitor here Monday.( not thecase any more, and other ville. / peared. Many believe that he was Ycu have times '
Durden A. A. Futch, I. Mr. Horn, of Louise, was a visitor J many determined to prepare: your
A. A. while
"' Messrs. expenses are in proportion. Along the murdered by kidnappers, some
J. V. Jones II. B. Weest and T. M. same line Taylor of IIillsb rough has i I here Sunday. /1 held that, because of domestic troubles I self for future opportunities. Probably you have as

4 Hagan were business 'visitors to the n bill to increase the pay'of all pen Mrs. Blanche Scarborough of Bradford he may have disappeared volun many times put off taking the necessary: steps.

county site Monday. stoners five dollars a month. The '| was here shopping Tuesday a. tarily. The Small family spent Some folks say that opportunity knocks but once;

G! The Baptist W. M. U. will sell ice present rate is $:J5.; 'I' m./ thousands of dollars in their vain others say that it knocks: more than once; however that
wanand cake at the city hall next Forrest take has a bill to make it N. T. Ritch, of Starke, was a visitor search, and the police of virtually may be, it is surely true inability to take advantage of
last week.
r ai \ ,t Saturday afternoon. Everybody in unlawful to operate a bucket shop, to town one day { every city aided in the search but to knocks
; I Mrs.\ S. V. Andreu entertained a opportunity all the time.
and Russell of the
t vited. Putnam In senate ''no avail.
,1 few of the children last Wednesday Opportunity is knocking at door is
would abolish the position of rural ( | Two Sisters' Disappear your now. It
/ school inspector.: Russell says the Inspectors i I afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock in hon- A meat chopper, a cauldron, and a pointing: the way for you to take advantage of takinga

s, do nothing to earn their pay 1 I or of her little daughter, Louise's, : quantity of lye, said to have been fresh start in life by opening a bank account, accumulating

General and are not needud. !i birthday. Games were played by the i used to destroy the bodies of Mrs.\ money with which to take advantage of the next
children after which refreshments
Willard has a bill for a special census | )Eloise: Dennis and her sister, MUs
4j. r sandwiches good investment that comes along.
served consisting of
to be taken in the counties of were Beatrice Xelnis, of Atlanta, Ga., who
Insurance Monroe, Dade and Broward for the boiled eggs, cake, etc. On the disappeared in San Antonio Texas, 1 There never was a truer saying than the old adage

additional 1 dining table was placed the birthday "it takes money to niake money." How times in
l purpose of having an judge i ten years ago, were exhibited by the i many
,i q AND under the recently adopted constitu- | cake on which four candles were lit. I government in federal court at At- jour life have you said to yourself "if I only had then

\ y tional amendment. I I !Mrs.her Andreu daughters was assisted Mono\ in and servingby Leila | lanta in the trial of Victor E. Innes, \nney, I could make some money out of that proposition

McKenzie of Lake, has one to pre- charged with misuse of the mails to ?"

:' 4 Real Estate vent the use of roads by trailers and Mae.Those i defraud Mrs. Dennis. The prosecution 1 ,
present on this occasion were I Every day you are putting off opening a bank account )
1 yt
log carts and other such vehicles, and i introduced) the exhibits to enb-
Ruth Matheny, Johnnie Cone, Iris : and accumulating something that I Ii
} Weidling would give Fort Lauderdale 'stantiate its theory that Iirnes killed puts you just

'. the right to purchase a hospital and and Art lord Brown, Magdalene Clifford the elms sisters, dismembered the I i much further from taking advantage of opportunity.Make .

PEEK & BURNS to'Validate bonds for improving pub Grace Hazen, J. W. Forsyth bodies, and destroyed them with lye, : the start today even if it be small._ We will help
and Francis Russ Murla and
lic canals, while Hooker, of Marion, after defrauding the vitlms.I and "
\V. T. Weeks Mildred and Tommif I give you every encouragement possible.
would the of Belle- I
Incorporate .town Innes was fuund guilty a few days
a, "Not too biff for small business view in his county. Colson, of Pine HilL "jago on charge of using the mails'to I
' nor too small for big hu.ineas"r I
i' This touches the high spots as the defraud and was sentenced servo
1I t house took up its grind Monday. The county. The senate went into executive five years in the federal peniterit'ary : : ,

I Your Business Is Cordially So senate was in session but a brief per session, but didn't remain long. and to pay a fine of $1,000. This was
x''. The senate passed the matter on to BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
licited. iod. The governor sent in a message the [i his third trial the first being on tie I :
Investigating committee.
recommending the removal of "Jim charge of murder in a Texas tour:

It. Office: with C. L. Peek& Son Bob" Jones, the sheriff of Leon county REESE.Y which was dismissal l when the i N. T. RITCH. W. T. WEEKS, J. H. RITCH.I .

who has figured so prominently In ies I cution failed to establish pros''t I President. Vice President. Cashier.
Tt'It'phon"83 the Tabert investigation because of Curea ;n o to !< Osy: hci. He was sentenced to lI I
//rUIIl.ot.rt'tod Pi-2f> IUTIkI'! r
n''''' rill I.
his arrest of Tabert and the sendingof locw.loClB..os 1'. Pivuaauut }uw en years In Atlanta on a charge
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FRIDAY APRIL 27, 1923. \
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take place this evening. Tuesday, :'I _l.- Jo.:... -, ___ _

'iI T. Wednesday and Thursday evening* the &
I hihool also) entertained. Thin school ,i \
Bits of LocalInformation ''Q> has I'
five members of the senior class I DON'T BE SORRYInsure

Messrs. Freeman Green, city editor '

and D. J. Mason, Telegraph editor of ; w
the Gainesville Sun have been in with reliable companies and dependable firms.Not
Concerning Our People, Business and Starke during the week attending the .
e. Prcgrcts in the County and Town. l 0 special term of court and sending '(

interesting news to their' excellent too big for small business---Nor too small for big business

daily paper i I II i
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Mrs. J. R. Garris spent Friday in I :Mrs. O. W. White and children areat J. J. Marshall, of Macon, Ga., as- 1 .

.Jacksonville., Kingsley lake, occupying one of sistant engineer of the Southern Railway | PEEK & BURNS '
:Mrs. Cttdy's cottages. system, was in Starke Saturday ys
Mrs. M. F. Ferry, of Augusta Ga., to confer with Comer L. Peek & Son, < STARKE, FLORIDA' 'I

is the guest'of Mrs. J. C. Hoover. :Misses Beryl :Mullady, Hattie Turner real estate men about the dispositionof

I and Mrs S. M. Simmons of I some lands owned by the railway -

Mrs. E. R. Neff and children spent Hampton, were here shopping Mon. : company in Bradford county.A -. .._--_._..._--,--,_._---- .. ,--- .. ... ... .
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Wednesday in Gainesville. \ day afternoon. _
day, Rev. J. T. Barnes, officiating. his whereabouts will notify''
and \ please den and keep well. Clime get them '
billygoat big
as as a cow,
Sorghum and chufa seed at White's1.272t Mrs J. E. Wilson and Mrs. S. T. with horns as long as those of a Texas Pallbearers were Messrs. R. S. Humpluey :N.. D. Wainwright, Starke. 4-ia-tf: i Oak Crest Cottage, Fred Beck.
N. D. N. B. Hull
Wainwright, II -t-n.2t.:
Dell, of Gainesville! steer is to have been -- -I
spent Thursdayat reported i
R. H. Storkoy:: N. T. Hitch, C. F. FOR -
the home of their father, Col. W. seen in tho wood land at the eastern -IIouso and two lots In''
J. S. Griner of the Melrose section T. Weeks. edge of town, and. the small boy Hoover. The floral offerings were Starke with chicken yard and many LOST-Home-mulo between Lnwtoy nand

was in town :Monday. dares not visit his swimming hole : profuse and beautiful kinds of beautiful flowers ami II !Slarke.:: Brown, white spot on a>

:Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova, Mrs. in the canal.A MILLER shrubs. Apply to R. U. Trovutt! forehead, about 7 years old. Reward I a'

Prof. Lyman P. Pryor, of Jajuksonille Florence Powell and Paul E. Canovn Starke, box 145.; fur return O. L. Morifim, Starke. a4 ,,,,

spent Wednesday in Starke. Jr., motored to Jacksonville Friday new, long and capacious shed has :Miller, April -27.-Mrs. J. S. Brown FOR SALE-Two large -t-Glt'l 427It:! #, i 1 u
and, spent the day. been built in the yard of the Consumers and -
mother, Mrs. Elvira Clyatt, wore
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., -- Lumber Co. All lumber Is now in Alachua and Gainesville most desirable residential 8l'cti0I1'1 FOR) SALT-10 acre truck farm close i.
.motored to Jacksonville Monday. Elmer McCrary, of Gainesville, edi- under "shed, and each kind by itself. Consider good Ford part \ to town, young; horse, wagon cane a s
tor of the lumber balance cash. Fred Beck, PllynJel\t'l mill an boiler, farming implemunts,
Daily News, was a visitorto This l is the neatest yard we :Mr.\ and Mrs. H. C. Peeples attended -
Mrs. O. J. Griffin spent Tuesday in Starke during the week, attendingthe have seen, and very different to those the baccalaureate sermon in Lake Cottage, Lafayette street, Starke. 11 haul, Jersey cattle, present crop,

Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs. W. I session of circuit court. generally found. Butler Sunday. 4-20-21* real bargain for casn, or terms on w

J.,.Griffin. Brown the weekend part. Chance of n life time to buy l.4
Carrie Belle spent -
]| :Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Alexander, of Now when the streets are being with Henrietta Padgett, of Lake II to rut equipped' for long than value '\, J. .
R. A. Weeks, of Brooker, spent last 1 Jacksonville, spent the week-pnd-with, worked and the mole crickets destroy Butler. Eat beans cabbage; tur- of farm. D. \V. Manning:, Starkc ) ;pI''la

Monday with his father, Col. W. T. '1 Mr. and'' Mrs. L. A. Wynn. They ro- "' the grass on the vacant lots, Mr. and Mrs. Chriatmun/ of Gainesville 'ipsspinach: fresh from yue ro-lCllr-1 its

Weeks. j I turned Monday, accompanied by Mrs. it looks dark for the Stark cow. But visited Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Pi-eu- ....... .
Wynn and little daughter, Elaine. bermuda grass Is seen growing out les recently. i f i r M f,

Sam Rosenberg, of Plant City, has ]I ---.-- of the electric)light posts and if the
i II. C. Peeples and J. L. Brown were ..... .. 47
been here this week looking after bus- 'i Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson went cows only learn to climb they are visitors to the county site Saturday. ". ;v
mess interests. j I Ito St. Petersburg Thursday where saved. Considering all the other ac- Wilbur and Curl Brown were visitors Goo ,f i -

I they visited their son, R. L. Epperson, complishments mustered by Starkecow to Lake Butler Sunday. ness .u w 1

Mrs. M. L. Johns, accompanied by ; and wife and, Mr. Epperson's sister, learning to climb a pole shouldbe Hughey Sistrunk Dewey Fralick SOW YOiflTVE ; 'II A'h' t '1

her daughter, Mrs. Otis Barge, re- ,, Mrs. E. L. Odom. a small matter. Misses Mubel and Nitii Blair motoredto GI
'1 r pVfN3
turned Monday from Jacksonville. Columbia Springs Sunday. ? :
1 Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and NOTICE; OK CUTTING OFF WATElt I

The U. D. C. realized the sum of 1 Mrs. J. C. Adkins of Gainesville, mo- I .'
$2 .15 from their cake, candy and tored to Jacksonville Saturday morning For the purpose of making repairs Who (..nmrQlKM '

flower sale Saturday afternoon.Mrs. 4, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs, to J fhe fire hydrant, corner Call and, !l Kll/l'l'i'lll" II I IH rtuld. {)mNHPMSMlan t
Jack Brhrgs.I Walnut street water service from the iniiiiy an ,HUM. houiA. ut ono time. I I ,
: William Struth and daughter, I said corner north and west, will be All \\cre( UIIMlr' ,Ut tllU/ richest stuffs
Miss Hilda spent.Wednesday in Jack- Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little son, shut off Monday afternoon 1 to 3:30: trim i, d| a till lure, muliroldery and 111n..

sonville with relatives. Ii I Leslie Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and April 30,, I.. hard i 1,, ,. 'i 1

a I j Miss Amelia Ray motored to Lawtey 1 r) 91 ;I '
:Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. J. M. I Thursday afternoon, and while there SELLS LAKE PROPERTY CLAY COUNTY NORMAL: SCHOOL dril l i l
Mitchell spent Tuesday in Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. L. II. Hill and The Clay County Normal School ,I'' I II ,
5 shopping. I i Mrs. W. E. Torode. \ H. C. Richard of I'alatka, has sold for Teachers will open May lot fit I ,II'I

---- his beautiful Kingsley: lake cottage: to Green Cove Springs and continue for _,I I
Messrs. E. !M. Johns and W. A. 1 Scott's Fqmily Remedies are not Mrs. M. I.. Johns. Mrs. Johns and eight; weeks. Those wishing to pro-
Ilessont spent Tuesday in Jackson- "cure alls," but are special preparaI her daughters Mrs. Warren and Mrs. pure for first second or third! grade a aI

ville. AMiss I tinns for specific ills, which if prop. Otis purge, of Jacksonville, are now certificates will do well to take the I
i erly administered may prevent serious Occupying the cottage, and Mrs. Clyde couise. Thj program will be so arranged rrs A JOY TO SEE* '

Marguerite Shriver, of Brook. I illness.! In serious illness always call I Alvarez and children, of Jacksonvitle, that any one wishing to do HI>
will join them, for the weok-end. review all subjects. I YOUR SAVINGS CROW! 1I 1ITh.
ft, was the guest this week of Miss i your family physician. Scott's Store. may on I
Florence Matthews.Mrs. Thin special term for teachers it man or ...mon. buy or sin who eo..r..ntlounly and .0..10I.nU" '{
i !.MUS. :MITCHELL. ENTERTAINS aav.. A purtlnn of lh.lr *.rnln' 'M or Inrum. ,rt th r.al l Joy out of
: for and under the/ control of 4
Judge A. V. Long, Judge Walton : provided I HAVING. They .*. nm-ill Klnninff mount Into bug: H.urmi.wilrh ThrMBUMO
Charlie Goff, of Bradentown. I of Palatka, and A. G. Itartridge, of I the county board of public instruc a ;, their I b.bnUnc lnnr. *growl at ha th lUnk.n W fltnvthlntf I I. mlmrl'd: with Iw b*FKIUKicotnfiirtnhla really proud of.
is visiting at the home of !Mr. and Jacksonville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell entertained tion.The Itnn'l forgot all along h.-r. .. that INTKHKHF paid .I-.nnu.lIlI'' IMcom. iJ
Nlnwly but .u..I, .wollln f und. and af*. bit InUrmitpuunrflnic I.
r a
your t
Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk. Mrs. S. E. P-wvrlee and Mr. and !Mrs. the Lucky 13 Club Thursday tuition to students from other lnUr..t. and away you go njoyln. tbo reward of a.r..1.
I J. M. Brownlee. evening at their home on W. Madison counties will be very moderate. sAVw.a.
I 'I ... ... .. -
Thin Hank will Hhunr you how to>> m. two .II. crow whoffnw .n. ,
Emmett Kelly returned hryne, Monday I street. You will!! enjoy u term with us. bcfon. '

after a visit with relatives in I Mr. and Mrs. John I/glow, lIIr I' Mrs. H. II. Young; won the ladies' Come. J. N. OVERIIULTZ
Jacksonville. Grace Ford and eon, Harry Ford, left prize, a cuke plate, and Mr. Edward i 14-20-.1t. Principal. HANK OF! KTAUKK

I Saturday for a motor trip to Orlando( Burns the gentleman's prize: an ivory i I -- ---HANK_ _STATEMENT- ---.-.- I II The Hank of Helpful Service u !

Col. W. T. Weeks has had the fences and other places in the southern part tie rack. Miss Margaret Wyman of I Ki-port of the comlillun of thu Hnmi.UinSlttte 1 1I' STAKKE, TLA. I''
around his premises overhauled this of the state.' Boston, received the guest_ prize, a .Hunk nt Jfumplon. In the HlitUi. of. Flop* I
I' Ida .t tho clove of l>iinln M April II. 102J.i ,
box of candy. Resource.Lunn. ,
week. I \ 'i on n-nl cutiuit --____ ._.._._ ,1)117.81 ..
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Emery, of Jack- The hostess served refreshments of mono on collHtoml Bceurity utnitr

Miss Josephine! Brinson has returned | sonville, announce the birth of a lit- block ice cream and cake. I I I All then thi-r n-nl IcHin.wtatv and".dlxcuunU.,.. -,___.._-_ 13,401.80 II.Mftt,tAI I '

home after spending two weeks in tie son, April 7th. Mrs. Emery Is re- Those enjoying the evening were, OvvrtlntfU Slate.. boniU _.__._.._____.._ 1.1110.00 67.14United I
Jacksonville with friends. I membered here as Miss Louise !Mat- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns Mr. and 1 Bnnkinir HOUHI::: *. furnituro.-;-I .-I.-;; -. 4,028.66::
| tox. Mrs. H. H. Young, Mr and Mrs. J. I, Other Dim fr.nml mi IneorpurnUul....ale _u_bunks..___.._____._-_ 20,007.04 4i<,BJ $5.00 Deposited In This

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children I L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs; J. C. Robinson 1: Cimh ""'hand _m__.__._._...-.-_.:.....ll.2K7.4llI :. -

spent Thursday in Lawtey with Mrs. The U. D. C. wish to sincerely thank Mr. and Mrs. F L. Turner, Mrsr-Nellu I Tol.l _____ __._..n 72.163.68 Bank Will ;Enroll .
I i.i.biiltln
M. E. Edwards. Scout Troop No. 2 and I their Scoutmaster Hughes, Miss Margaret Wyman, of CKiHlnl, dark. paid In _.__u______ .non.lto
Mr. L. for valuable Boston. > Hurpli fund u____._________- 1.1110.00i
.Undivided! nnAt. (low txuuniici and
Mrs. E. S. Matthews and son, Eugene I assistance in cleaning the soldiers' i taint paid.) -. .. ._-- 41(UO You In The
I Imllvlduul, iii'po.IU .uIJnrtto. chuck 32.440,117
spent the week-end in Jacksonville graves at Crosby cemetery last Tues- BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN ,Tlmu evrlinealM, of dfuunlt' ___u_ 22.0im PII
with Mrs. Annie Richard. day afternoon. 1|C..hl.r' chuck oul.un.lltm _.._ 2 U,7I 1I

I Total .._ ____ 72.108,66
There will be but the morning -
ser- BHl. of Flnrt.laCounty. of nradfnril sot,
Mrs. J. O. Holmes has returned Among the prominent attorneys attending vice on Sunday, at 11:00: when the* I I. A. A. Fulch. etuhlur of the ulk.vo n.nR.1 Ford Weekly Purchase Plan
from Gainesville where she spent sev- court here this week were S. will the b.nk. di noli-mnly avrcar that the above tml
pastor speak on "Lying to mast la trim and rornict to ills butt ut mj
eral days with friends. J. Hilburn and J. V. Walton of Palatka Holy Ghost. Fortunately the results I knuwl.dge.nd' l llef.Corroct A. A. FUTe-If.

; A. G. Hartridge, of Jacksonville; that followed upon such an act ,-AlUt: C..hI.

Miss Beulah' Sapp spent several Evans Ilaile and J. C. Acl'drm' : of in the period of the church's infancy A.A. A.A, ruJRDEN.MCDONALD. I Enroll Today, and you will soon be drivingyour
days in Lawtey last week visiting Gainesville.Mr. do not appear today so far as the W. (1. SEALS UlriMtorit.Hiiloerllwil .
end nwnrn to before ma thu the own Ford Car. Here is
friends. physical life is concerned. We shall 12th dar' of Apr,.. ,?*:,., your opportunity
: and Mrs. II. C. Richard, who seek to discover, some of the deeper J.4. \YJlIMtn.Notary: Jn 1',110.rENTAVORD, to buy a Ford Car in a simple easy, yet

Mr and Mrs.[ John Shriver and I G. have been visiting his mother, Mrs. fatalities from the same sin as it is practical
B. Colson of Brooker, were visitors I Emma Richard, returned to their commTtted today. Such a subject

to Starke Monday. home in Palatka Wednesday. They should secure the interest and attendance \ ] You know the advantage enjoyed by '
have many friends here who are Always of all membesr of the church. your 1'

Mrs. C. E. Harper, of Hampton,, glad to see them.Mrs. The Bible school will meet at O.j: !"> friends who drive their own motor cars. Theycan .

was a guest this week of Mrs. W. E. W. M MB f a, m. Last Sunday the school hovered go when and where they choose. ft"
Middleton. N. D. Wainwright: accompa- about high water mark. Be out .

clod by her daughter, Mrs. D. T. Clark this Sunday for sure. B. Y. P. U., If interested in
you are purchasing Ford
John Sapp, a prominent farmer of returned from Jacksonville Wednesday ) both senior and ,junior will meet at LOST-One white pointer dOll about a ?
Baker county has been in Stale during afternoon. Mrs. Wainwright has 7:00: sharp. fine year old. Anyone knowing of Car, come in and let us explain how the Ford

the week. been ill for several vueks at the hone The church will join in the serviceat : Weekly Purchase Plan provides the way for '
of her daughter, :Mrs. Clark:; and her the high school in the evening. '
of Jack- friends. are glad to know of her recovery NOTjCE i realizing that desire.
G. W. Baisden and family ,
sonville have been in Starke duringthe and return home. DEATH:: OP MRS. IIAISLOPMrs. t I '

week visiting relatives. Five Dollars Enrolls You
The senior class of the Starke high Mary E. Haialop, wife of Mr. The ItuHinem of
school have sent out beautifully engraved F. C. Haislop died at her home on 1- J.t
Mrs. May Jones of Eau Gallic, will
come today to visit her sister, Mrs. invitations which read as fallows ( Front street Sunday aged 00< years. ; J. R. Davis & Co. Small payments weekly. Start today by
: "The class of 1923 of the Bradford Soon after her marriage 43 years' FLA.GENERALFIRE .
W. E. Middleton.Mr. STARKE
I the initial
making and then
High School request your presence ago the deceased moved to Starke payment, arrange

at the commencement everciies from Kentucky. They lived for many INSURANCEACCIDENT i to make regular weekly payments which will
: ,
and Mrs. H. C. Richard,,.f Pa- Tuesday evening, the first of :'May at years on their farm east of Starke,> AND BOND AGENTS be credited
,latka and to account and draw inter.
Mrs Emma Richard spent: your
8 o'clock, high school auditorium, but for the past two or'three years
the week-end at Kingsley lake. \ Starke' Florida.. they had lived In Starke. Will be continued at the same place eat at the regular savings rate. We will gladly -

Mrs. Haislop was a good wife and) and in the same firm name a. hereto give you fall particulars, or you can ask
Beatrice Miner, of Lawtey was a i. Rev. J. "Hendry, of Lakeland, mother and a devout Christian, assuming fore.
guest last week cf her aunt Mrs. J.,I spent Tuesday night with Dr. and all duties that were assigned your nearest Ford Dealer. r

W. Andrews, Jr. Mrs.! W. E. }Middleton. ev. Hemlry ( to her with patience and cheerfulness All business Intrusted to us will hI I

was formerly pastor of-the Methodist and was always ready to assist others -I carefully. looked after In the future,
m PREVENTION 1 church and his friends here were gladto I with' help or sympathy. These I has In the past and your patronage
tuna. ears. Tglr's Pins tdb.i t( see him again. good traits made her friend,,J will be greatly appreciated.
I many I
'I I unu.i...... 'aremedr tor but psJat Bank of Starke
SICK HEADACHE who--join the bereaved husband and ; ..
1o i' ..M. r.__ gad. b.lnJ ..sTutt's I The Melrose high school of which children in mourning her loss.'
Prof. Edward R. Popped is principal Funeral Director D. C. Jonea had) I STARKE, FLORIDA '
Pills. >.... sent out very attractive invitv charge of the obsequies and interment J., R Davis & Co. : .

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r 1l here will bo at least 50 per cent larger BASEBALL OPENS: tions in the Tabert case, shows bet-
than last year. ter than anything else the status ofa OLD

--.-.....----- leased convict in a camp: :
Walton-More and better fertili- National Pastime in Spring Debut

r.------ zers are being used by our farmers This Week Arthur Johnson, who will appear NOT BE FEEBLEIF

r r The Bradford this year than any year to my know- before the joint investigating com-
With ledge. mittee, is regarded as one of the are "getting along In years
,. On Wednesday, April 18, the baseball I Fyou don't need to sit in a chimne
Putnam-About 50 of the most valuable witnesses yet
percent player again trots on the national corner and dream of the days when

Farmers potato crop will yield normally, according stage and holds the spotlight for an- Johnson remembered when Tabert you were full of life and vitality,

County to reports of growers. Flora- other season. In -the American and was brought/ to the camp. Ho be- Keep your blood rich and pure anc

home's early bean crop fs being har- National Leagues, the umpire calls came ill, he said, lost weight "untilhe your system built up with Gude ,

... ........ .. .. ---...-...--..-.-- sack of flesh and bones." Pepto-Mangan, and you will feel
.-..... -- vested, while planting of later crops "Play Call!" the thousands in the was just a and livelier than
I ..1 Unable to function to satisfy Cap. stronger, younger you
I continues. Stand are hushed in tense expectancy, have' for years. Get it today and

M \o I F'lagler-Harveltinll of the early the pitcher winds up his arm, the ball ; tain Higginbotham the former prisoner watch the result. .

tit RURAL ('() UIUN SENSE | HOW TO PREVENT:' CUCUMBERROT Irish potato crop has begun. Pricesare shoots toward the plate, the' batter declared he was beaten several Your druggist has Gude's-liquid or

r1 ]:I exceptionally high and the mar- swings, and the annual baseball sea- times and one time twice during the tablets,as you prefer.

dv i Inoculated ket strong. is same day more than 100 licks being
iii Have Your Spring Pig son on.
Handling de'speptoangan
Spraying With bordeaux and 3
f Against Cliolrra and Stop Taylor-Farmers are planting very Babe Ruth at Bat ,
and Packing of Fruit with feeds and Afraid lie Would Die
Them From Dying! large acreage hog more The national pastime
{ Greatest of Care Recommended attention is being paid to good hogs. engrosses "That night after he had beaten
the attention of the "great American '
by Experiment Station Expert. (St. Lucie-The first carload: of tomatoes Tabert," Johnson said, "Captain
My idea of hug cholera has been I were shipped from the county people. Politics-will President Higginbotham lost his job. He shot Tonic and Blood Enrichertaken
It has not been 1-: : : Harding again be a candidate?-wars
;; changed: friends. labor house with his pistol.
I. The Kvatest the cucumbercrop this week. Next week tomatoes will up a free
when 1 thought that I and rumors of wars?-will there be
many years ago : of Florida is caused by cucumber be picked from nearly all fields. The another coal strike? these Tabert was in a pretty bad fix, so by Lopez and his crew to re-
hogs are questions -
j all this businesa of inoculating rot or bacterial rot. This loss is crop is most promising. Captain and !Mrs. Higginbotham, gain possession.
"Can'ttell relegated to the limbo of for-
,, for cholera was tomfoolery. both vines and fruit. The vines Volusia would not leave the becausethe
little stuff I Ion -Poultrymen are particul- gotten things for the time being. camp A suit in the name of Rojello Lopes -

} r me that squirting the a through ''are attacked and prevented from arly concerned in the better market Babe Ruth is at the bat! Will he captain said: "If he dies they surely et al against T. J. Desport and
out of a bottle into hog bearing fruit and the fruit Is rottedin of their Grape will blame me for it."
; ing products. grow- clout a homer? Will he strike out? the Desport Packing company of
a sharp needle will keep it hav-j all stages, from the time it is'the ers are attending the meeting of the That is the question: "When the boy died," he continued, Biloxl, was instituted, a writ of

ing cholera. If a hog la size of the little finger till it reaches Horticultural Society: seeking better Baseball Business "Optain Higginbotham told me anda replevin issued enjoining the company .

/ have cholera, he's going to have it the market. 'Spraying the vines with knowledge of their business.SUPERINTENDENT a boy by the name of 'South Carolina 'from disposing of the whale
But consider baseball
,, ; and that U all there is to it." That I. bordeaux mixture and handling the the as a business, Eddie to get the body and prepareit pending the court's ruling.
1 capital invested salaries
y is what I used to say to experts fruit with the utmost care are the BLITC1I for burial. We went into the cell Meantime, an offer of $70,00.0 has
taken in at the
tell I ought to receipts, ticket Window
4 when they would me for the WRITES CONVICT SYSTEM: house and to Ta-
I most ,practical remedies con OF number of men earning their prepared remove been made for the whale.
get the pigs and sows treated againstcholera. trol or prevention of this disease. bert. The sheets and even the mattress
livelihood at it, gambling chances of
This is described O. F. Burger Editor The Florida Times-Union his bunk vovered with
rot by : on were
mind the the magnates, the parks, the training The Temple of the Moon, the homeof
But I've changed my on plant pathologist of the Florida I have long looked forward to the lok blood and the sheets stuck to the Abraham
9 trips- at it from a business the patriarch recently
proposition. My county: agent persuaded Expirement Station being caused when there would be an awaken- body"
3 t aa
and the Chaldees
the inoculating standpoint think in terms of mil. uncovered in may be
me to try final of the the of the as' to told me to
"d by bacteria. The results ing on part public lions. "Captain Higginbotham
between 6,000 and 7,000 old. It
last years
; 1+ idea on six of my spring pigs bacteria are to reduce the entire fruitto our prison system. The handling of to burn the sheets and the mattress.
Millions of dollars invested. Mil- is probably the oldest known edifice.
year. lie said we would pick QUJP has been in the back He ia and looked at the body
a soft watery mass. prisoners kept came:
them all in a lions of dollars expended. Millions of"lans" The British museum and the museumof
twelve snouts and put Speaking further of the disease, Dr. ground. The public had no knowledgeof and tears began to roll down his
Six of them and millions of players, for the University of Pennsylvania are
pasture together. we Burger says, "It first makes its appearance it and practically no way of find- would cheeks. He cried right out loud
treatment for nt every honest-to-goodness in charge of the research work in
+ would give the double on the leaves as dark wat- ing out anything about it. The factis American and said: 'They sure were going to
boy rather the fameof this section.
at cholera control, and the other six wewouldn't elY spots. An examination of these the rank' and the file of our citizen- have blame it all on him. We washed the
a Babe Ruth that of the Presi-
in as
give anything. And, order spots early in the morning revealsthe ship never gave it any thought and body, me and South Carolina Eddie,
dent of the that him
would have a fair country gave The light house keeper on Triple Island *
that the plan
I presence of a watery substance therefore was disinterested. But now birth with just a piece of soap I got from
in the I British Columbia, died January
test, he said we ought to put hanging on the underside of the leaf the light is being turned on in the the kitchen," declared Johnson.
old Think of Millions 31 and for 20 days his wife and two
shoats' two
same pasture with the beneath the spot. Later in the day dark places, and most of prison man Put on Convict Pants
sick with I The first game of baseball playedin daughters manned the lights, and the
sows that we knew were this watery substance evaporates and agement is in darkness, and after all "We put the body in a storehouse
this country in which admission of blizzard and
and 1 warnings fog were
p cholera. That was his plan, there remains a white, chalk-like has been said and all has been done, and the next morning a $10 coffin
told I was charged took place at the old sounded with the regularity of a fully
after the wife me a
agreed to
residue. As the disease progresses the half will not yet have been told, came: from Perry. Captain Uiggin-
Fashion Race Course, near Jamaica, manned lighthouse. Triple Island
I man ought to be willing to tryout these spots dry out and become brown or known. botham gave me a white shirt, and
t L. I., on April 20, 1858, betweenthe light is one of the most important
any well-recommended plan once. and then the tissues become brittle I say it with all the force that is Captain Shivers gave me a collar to
Mr. New York and Brooklyn clubsof nevigation marks 'on the Pacific sea
tell Hog
And I'm here to you I and fall hole in the in the into the Later
away, leaving a me-turn on light, go( the then National Association of put on body. CaptainHigKinbotham
u Kaiser, there is something to that the highways and byways, start right brought me a coat coast.
Baseball Players. A few ,thousand
Of leaf."The
i; i business of cholera: innoculation. infection appears on the Cucumber here at the farm. You will need no filtered through the gates. The and a pair of convict pants belong lr..**... ivateMC.: cal 1't.ataeatore.vitality
and I receipts -
1 : those twelve shouts five died, all fruit as a small watery spot escort, talk to the inmates, let them were negligible, amounting to ing to a negro from Montreal who : all<. jnergy by vmttrtot andrlrhlal .>

am not too proud to admit that eter. The cuticle becomes ruptured pour out their hearts to you and if leas than escaped and we put them on the the blood. You :.soon feel t*Stnogicnlna.

; five were of the lot that\Vwe did'nt and a gummy liquid oozes out. This they tell you of abuses, of brutal Now think$1,000.in terms of millions. The corpse." \ lavUoratlnit effect, Prig Ma

treat. All six of the ones that got liquid evaporates and the residue treatment, etc., here believe it. On fifth "Eddie and myself put the coffinin
of the world
series between To
game Stop a Cough Quick
"shot' lived as though nothing was gives the spot a white appearance. the bther hand if they tell you of the giants and Yanks last a wagon," continued the witness, *
wrong. "Bordeaux mixture of 4-6-50 for kindly treatment and how nicely they drew "and drove over to near Clara, where takeHAYES' HEALING HONEY. a
38,000 persons They pid $135- cough medicine which scope the cough: by
I' may be contrary about some mula in recommended to control this under this two old had
are on manage 117 to see the contest. The world negroes dug a grave. healing the Inflamed fnd Irritated tissues.
things, but when a thing hits my disease. Applications should be made ment take it with a grain of salt as series in 1921 netted total They told us they had dug five feet A box of GROWS O-PEN-TRATE I

pocketbook like the cholera: has been every week or two from the time the my experience with prisoners is that games of receipts and struck water. I looked into the !.SALVE for Chest Colds Head Cold* and '
doing for the last ten yearsor so, vines begin to run till the middle of they are too likely to elaborate'on 1900,233.Consider all hole and it was about half full. We Croup Is enclosed with every bottle ofIIAYES'
; the games played during HEAE3NG HONEY; The salvo
f i I'd rather admit I'm wrong and save May. In severe cases it is necessaryto kindness because so little is shown the season by the 174 clubs. of put the box down in the grave and should be rubbed on Urn cleat end throat

r my hoga and money than continue keep the vines and leaves covered them and to mimimize brutality as the 24 professional leagues in the all of it went under water. of children suffering from a Cold or Croup at

Y being so dead sure I am right and with the bordeaux. that is what they are used to and "There were nobody else there The heeling effort of D."....' Heeling Honey Inside .
I country. Consider the semi-profes- the throat combined with the heallnil effect tit
4 : everybody else wrong. Boys, take it I "In gathering the fruit to ship, cut think it the natural course. ional games, the college to but us. Later I told the people living 'Urovit.a O-P.D-Tmta salve through die porea vl I

from me and get your pigs ,inoculated the stems with a knife. Do not throw The matter of corporal punishmentis which games near the grave about buryinga lie skin aoon stops a cough.
admission fees are charged all Doth remedies are packed In one carton. and the
;., for cholera: control. It will pay. I've the cucumbers. violently into the bas- largely the personal viewpoint of over the country, and the dollars man down by the sapling. Mrs. met of the combined""e''DIIal5o.' : g

ptt tried it both ways and I know. ket: the basket should be lined with the one who handles prisoners. If he reach a staggering aggregate. The !Mills, the postmistress at Clara, HEALING.Just ask HONEY.your druggist) for HAYES

canvas or burlap. Pour the fruit! feels that prisoners cannot be handled knows where the !grave is."
I type cases: exhaust their noughts to
'+ Gov. Smith, of New York state, from the baskets with great care. Do without the leather, he will no publish the total. "When we got back to the camp: ICJWUJWwwu>wwwWWtnfn"mUUm_

i proposes that, the state exempt the not pack affected cucumbers, or fruit I doubt be a free user of the leather.If A Fortune a Season I Captain Higginbotham was gone,"

small-salaried man from the state in'j that shows any sign of having the on the other hand he feels that he Consider the salaries paid the players. the former convict said.

Y come so that he may not be disease on it, or fruit that has been can handle them without the leather, The National Legue was organized Only Two Got Away a---

i1 of a full opportunity to use all his bruised." he will scarcely ever find cause to use in 1876, the American in 1902. Jonhaon declared that only two

yr ; l ; d earnings for the education and promotion I it. Some will say you cannot handle Twenty years ago, $2,000 a season men were able to secure their freedom

'' of health and safety of his LE.AltSENATE( KILL TOMATO incorrigibles without the leather. I by paying their fines after they
la was a good salary for star player.
; family. Governor Smith classifies a FRUIT WORMS say Is it not better to use some other This saeson Babe Ruth will pocket were confined in the camp: during his 25 cent

"small salaried man" as one who receives method occasionally: with incorrigibles : $75,000 for cavorting about the diamond 17 months there.

j less than (6,000 a year. "Spray with lead arsenate" is the rather than to have the leatherin and clouting out a homer every "One 15 year old boy" Johnson

answer being made to the many requests irresponsible hands in mash: cases other day or so. said, "who lives at Flint, Mich., was

for advice coming to the FlorIda and by them used unnecessarily and Now so badly beaten that he was in a
An entire village in Quebec the gamble of it. Ruth ,may !
Station from bad condition. I Want
Experiment tomato unmercifully. be awful was a trusty and Adwill
will be either demolished or removed one fizzle this year. lIe was '
growers concerning: the depredationsof J. S. BLITCH. last acted as mail man. I told the little
If he doesn't knock ball
to another location for the year. : a
9 the tomato fruit worm. fellow to write home and I would
+ ,, reservoir from the over the fence, the $75,000 is his
great resulting This insect is the moat serious pent A Hindu of high caste is not a "free slip the letter out. I mailed a letter
of dam the Chico- just the same, so much month.And
construction a on of the tomato In thin state. It is almost white person" within the meaning of to his father, who came down sell a
clouting homers ii If, his
strong point
utiml and Sable rivers at Kengoaml. ,
found in Frequently naturalization law and therefore from in
invariably ;orn the Michigan an automobile. He
The village consists of a pretty parish it is found in green peas, is not entitled to citizenship, according drawing thousands through the gates. found his boy kneeling on the floor

,) church: : school, public and private The of this insect Ita of the If he falls down, the extra thousands
adult lays to a ruling Supreme courtThe attempting to eat lie could not

buildings, stores and residences.Inactive eggs on the tomato leaves. The young court ruled that the words "white will stay at home. stand up or lay down, so many times Horseor

ysll --- -- ---- larvae feed there for a day or two, person" must be given the meaning Ten years ago, if a magnate paid had he been licked. His father just $$200

ll, after hatching out, but soon migrateto I they have in common usage. Even $5,000 for a star player, the news,,,broke down and cried.
.I ..t the stems, into which they bore. though the Hindu in question was a would be heralded from coast to coast. "Pretty soon he got his boy out." I

As soon as tomatoes set, the worms descendant of the Aryans of India, it Last autumn, the manager of the

f. go for them. They eat their way availed him nothing as the new con Chicago White Sox paid $100,000 for WHALE WEIGHING 75 TONS IS a

z p into the fruit and eat out the inside. struction narrows the Caucasian racet the release of Willie Kamm, an in- ORDERED BROUGHT TO COURT

They may eat out a tomato juat othose who are today commonly fielder while JohnMcGraw, of the New

a1 Liver enough Co spoil it and then go to known by that designation. York Giants, paid $75,000 for Jimmie I Biloxi, Miss., April 20.-As a result
another. Thus, one worm may cause .. O'Connell, a San Francisco outfielder.And of a legal squabble over the $$1090 O Car

'r It the loss of many tomatoes. Connie Mack\ : of the Philadelphia ownership of a dead whale, found t
,+ "1 have had trouble with While making their way into fresh Athletics, paid a like amount for several days ago off the Coast of
I '"
F r. ; aa Inactive liver," wrote Mrs. Ca tomatoes the worms may be poisonedby Sammy Hale, another Pacific Coast Biloxl, the federal court for the

1 S. Nichols, of 4412 Spencer: W an arsenical with which the fruit third baseman. 'These are merely southern district of Mississippi Monday I or a

}, S St., Houston, Texas. "When.. has been sprayed, according to Professor "Bayer" and Insist! another phase of the gambling feature issued a writ of sequestration .

'.' .. I would get constipated: I would > J. R. Watson, .entomolgist of of baseball, the gamble of the directing the United States marshal

+S .. feel a light, dizzy feeling in my iff the Experiment /station. When the business side of it. here to "seize and bring into court"

1 t ",, w.1 head. To get up In the morning 4">""' first tomatoes are small, the chancesfor : The people of Egypt played "a the whale, weighing more than 72 $$10,000Farm
with a lightness in the head and
poisoning are especially good. kind of ball" 4,000 years ago. Colum- tons and ceasuring more than 65 feet.
a is ,
trembly feeling often
r a sign N Spray with lead arsenate, using 1 bus reported the Indians on this aide It is valued at $10,000.
that the stomach: Is out of order. t
Pot this I took pound of the powder to 50 gallons of v L7 1Uuless of the big pond played at ball. A Rojello Lopez, captain of the

; TAedford'sBlackDraught water. The milk obtained by slackIng leather ball has been used in a gamein fishing boat San Franscisco, and his
and without I
doubt can lilY I have never 2 pounds of fresh rock lime shouldbe every country, including China, crew found the dead whale floatinga

''H .. found its) equal in any liver .. added to this spray in order thatit since that time. But the athletes of few miles off the mainland near ,

71 ....lei".. !It not only cleans: M may have good sticking qualitiesand the United States introduced the bat, I here last week, and, according to

the liver, but leave you in such: r to prevent It from burning the the diamond, the baseball stadium. Captain Lopez, towed it to the northeast -

r a good condition. I have used plants. The first spraying should be It is said the capital investment in end of Deer Island, where after

i'w..: It a long time, when food does done when the earliest tomatoes are baseball parks in this country is approximately attaching a placard bearing his name t _

not seem to set well, or the the size of peas. A week later, if $26,000,000. The pay- and that of his boat, as a means of .

.. stomach: i II a little sour." it there is no rain, make a second ap rojl for only one season of average showing"that the whale belonged to

plication. Should it'rain shortly after you see the name. "Bayer" onpurLaip major clubs totals over a quarter ofa them, they anchored: it and proceeededto :
or on tablet you are not geti -
.. | H ii itn't R the first spraying, It would be advisable i.I Sing,, the genuine Bayer product pre- million dollars. New Orleans to tell of their find. What

to apply the second application I nrlhcd by physicians over twmty4woyear Add the cost of the spring training Upon their return they found an- is more econ-

.. I Thedford's within three or four days. Evena and prevail safe by million for trip, the $80,000 bill for traveling in other party in possession of the

.. single application will greatly reduce Colds headacheToothache Pullmans during the season from cityto whale caliming its ownership. Legal omical and profitable -

the percentage of infestation. Lumbago city: and it can readily be understood proceedings: immediately were
.. I it isn't | Earacli Rheumatism than
:; Neuralgia Pain Pain that the owners must take in a a want

P EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY half million a season before they can No Worms In a nealthy Child
Accept "Bayer Tablet of Anplrin" to All children IronMed with Worms have fm-unhoalUiycoiur. ad in this ?
4BLACK-DRAJGHT( |; AGENTS' REPORTS only. Each unbroken package contains hope pocket a cent in profit. .wiikJi: lodlLatei: poor blood,and ass paper

proper direction. Handy bone of rule, there \a more nr I I.*. stomach dl,turbanr..
r 1 | Liver Medicine. | *> Polk-Nine boys of this county twelve tablet emit few cvnU. Druirjrlat "MAN'S INHUMANITY TO 'MAN" GROVE. S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given reSUlarly What have you
also sell batt...-. of 24 aDd 10* for two or three week wl)> enrich th. bluoO.
have been selected to attend the an- improve the dlileatloit,and act..agenerat5tronab
; I' r Aspirin if the trail" mark of Bayer : sell?
lr nual club short course in Gainesville. Manufacture of Moaoacetioacidoater of The following being part of an ac enln5Tonic' to the who)*iri'm. Nature. wt'1 ifteo to
; throw off rr Sliest. tlie wor...,and thitChlbl wit I be
. Santa Rosa-She cotton acreage. Salicylic-told. count of the legislative investiga- In perfect aealta PlMauc. _.. ..aepatAxrle: ) I

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W .C. COLUMN LAWTEY children
visited relatives]
I I Lako
Merchant near Nol45 .J ...._ '_' a.> Vt.i4 I,laIJa.a..e min of third commoditY-The butler Sunday. Itohcrta and wlf to I'owoll and
nearest saloon] Luwtey I LAX: \T1VE: CHOflO QUININE: ); 'TiUiiU: ""em, April 27. Mies Rose An- \ *
''II l TCKY AGAINST MOONSHINE was across the street Miss Blanche Humphrey is visiting Tb... I* only ana "3->i..<. (QuIDl.. $)tl4 : lt>ano from Hilliard Johnson and wif. I L1

,NOT; ) ARGUMENT FOR LIQUORS from my place of business. Neverthe. drews, of Jacksonville spent Sunday relatives in Jacksonville.Mr. E. W. GROVE'S Ieuuan_ oa boa. :SUe. ;' :5 to i. Towtdl MlHOfltanmiiia.and Towotl rvtxtrdnd In Huok No
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]less my landlord benefttted by tho here with friends. and :Mrs.\ J. W. Moore and children rowwl.8miih| ('o.. to Townll. and Powell tn a's'or.lcI ** u ,

I I.elieve that the prohibition umendit passing of drink to the extent that Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke of Valdosta visited Mrs. J. E. Tho Town NOTICE TO BIDDERS t 1 tH ,: liaiw In. front Hook C.No.L. 4.)leak MUc anil,llant...Ir.nuii.to Pow J..., pi

my lease went from was in town on business' aturday. )w lcy Flurlila. ouiKll or tho Town of Slarlio, I'll)t, ... In Book No ft. Mmo Pnir I V
has brought untold blessings] to up $1,080 to $1- Saturday. 1\11'/10./ Moore will vlll roralva nonlisi blda up to H >UI> l h'iu f from. .0, L Urown and' wit. 4191
l> m. the to ,
i-ountry.. ,There are those who COO, and January 1, 1925, it will be J. E. Goodfultow was transacting i be renumbered as Misa Eloise Ows- at that on timt tho Rth lay bld ot will Mxv bo A.opened D. 1\l2\for' and K CM n o\a HIM! tittHbrmil to I'ow.h. anil Vow.ell. .
for my lease. Mrs. L. L. Vounublood and or all bl.... any n .. ... In Umik No. 5. Miicol'
onshine and ,
", seem to think tUiit day.Mrs. sons l 1..1.. "< |.*... from tho Kuiplra ,
:, are arguing against prohibition. Dr. J. M. Conley speaking] at a Frank Oensel of Charleston, Milton and Warren, of Larkms are C. A. FUTCH. Chairman T. ,J. Town CRIFI'lN.Council. I I.ulb.. *.in(Vmpany. to "I'ownll' and i'owvll. r- ,, 4
t .
No.7. Psge 1. all In the
I believe there has been a very de- club luncheon, said that in his Judg S. C., spent a few days here last week visiting Mrs. C. A. Youngblood.Mr. 4. t.-G.4 l .r"1.(ird.1..1e. 1..11..'. Bounty, r'lo.ldl.pub reoonltd u

ilvd decreaso in drunkenness in spite ment the effect of prohibition waseneficial. with relatives.] and Mrs. T. U. Tricst were PETITION I HHld county.by tin, the ...I." court of I

". the fact that figures in some cases b While it is said by many I Miss Rose Mary Smith of Jackson- hopping in Pulatka Saturday. honuratilo WOo the uruli'mlutuxl board taxpayers. petition your. ,.nil n of II.ORI B. tO\lLL. 4,.
to ii Fluronco
grant ua an il rthin ; and
,>w more arrests per year after pro- that prohibition is having a tendency i ville, visited, friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Williamson .(..u-rmine. whuthrr or not tho territory" horcln lo Willi..," C. 1'owpll. J.. MinD 10w..11 U.I. of ,

,ihition than were recorded in our to increase the number of deaths from l Mrs. W. J. Epperson of Starke, of Lulu, visited relatives hero Sun- .dinrllnri ehiiol dlitrlou halL be onatvd Into a mwclal .lax A.Wil/. I ADK1NS."C Vowvll Docaad. '

urts btfore the the use of (bootleggers') alcohol] he I' visited relatives here Tuesday. day. 'Ilia Icrritorr dmerllxMi aa follomi Attoriii-y for Guardian. 8-O.G-.1
country went dry. All >r..tl..... 21. 52. l3.! 24. !U. 14, ti, SH j'
Because of the eighteenth amendment believes it is true throughout the entire Frank Blanchard of Fort Pierce, is Rev. Burke, of Waldo preached two and''I w. tho K. cl NHc.t Envt Iliilf of S.,. II). In. 'lowiuhlp NOTl'K--- 'j;; '..7-

ind enforcement laws following its country, as was shown by a our-. spending a few days here with rela- Interesting sermons hero at the Christian (Slirnod) rinriila In Urn In Circuit.'..h..n"...aunt.. for ttradford. County, .

,option more arrests are made for vey of New York that deaths from I tives. church! Sunday. .a,. T.a. CROSBY.tlNnF.IUIILL, I l.ilv'rly 1.'m.n1. Company, ft I(, a, .

ininkcnness, than in years past, when the use of alcohol have greatly de Everybody invited to attend the Kcv. Jones of Lake City, will fill W H., UNl>KIUUI.I.. Corporation, |
his regular! here R EDMONUbON.NOTICU : Complainant.
creased. appointment at the
,joiice paid much less attention to Baptist union meeting at the Lawtey 1-l34-e.4. vs ,
The ,Baptist church next Sunday. I HIP 1 lorlila I.aml inS Immlicra .
eh matters. chief of police of Oshkosh churf' ,
up- Saturday and Sunday. lion C p
Arthur OP) LRASB: OF mnimny M corporation '
visited CONVICTS
One thing is certain. There is ]less oil request furnished figures showing i I I Dinner will be served on the ground relatives in Nolle to .turn-by alvin, that *,l 12 m. Mun. ttl al, Ivftnitnnta 4 4''
a decrease in Jacksonville last week. M./ 7. lUt th> liana of nil county. convict 14
',cmptation today for the cases of drunkenness each day. of Brail ford Itill I.. (Jul Tlila
young man
county will be void
and disorderly conduct News reached here Wednesday at th. ..."th dun", of th. oourlhuiuf. In fmnt of. To th. lorlda 1-nnU. a Inimiwratlun, Coin .
than there was in the days of the open during the I Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. J. W. Florida, In Stark. j
to the hi..hal .
noon that the little and bout
,censed Baoon. While it is true that I early period of prohibition but an increase Andrews Jr., of Talley Bryant had passed nine. J'srfod of sold I,*... will M.t., .
more recently. The I run trim lit* of tim I .
uiny young men are taking to moon- county W. here Thursday.Mr. thmviuh. the yI.ur. 1W2S. ihv bound ,. 1.11 IC..I..ao .", a ,L .
C. T. U. president's away The little one had been sick the riulit to ... and all c..l.. W I. t..v wtfa. liar 1'
hine, it cannot be that there are as Interpretation of and Mrs. Truby Willis and chil- .j..1.:1:: i Uftvlit. 1.110. and hIs wlfa
many going that way as there were the figures for the ]last ;year is "that dren and Mrs. Adam Andrews and some time but the news of its Clialrman, Hoard of County HUOWNLKR.lomm.Mlunr: .Lotiloa.....h I 1..I.la.$ d.. .... ..h... r..slduncS I.
death came as a shock. The AltWll! it 'I
through the saloon route. The moon. the increased number of arrests for children spent Sunday with relatives parentsof t.. W. ALDERMAN. nown.ImFETINCS v
I I the child carried it to Starke in the You and ,. reqtilr4, '
drunkenness Clark. 10..1
-hmer cannot make as much liquor and disorderly conduct I j in Lake Butler. home .-&.81-114 I. lw and I I... appiar bo forw lh J"' of th* r
would of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Bennett, (Irvult 1'm.1 for Lbs fcltihth: Judicial'
the breweries did in open times. U seem to be due to the energy of Mrs. May Moseley, of Jacksonville where it would be the NOTICE TO IIIDDFKS cult of I I' ,luriila. In ami for Itradftmt ..."CI..

there is less made there is, of couise i he new young chief who has been in a pent the week-end here with relatives. Saviour knows near bust physician.Our 8oalrt. | blda will bi recflvod. by the. board on IIIIUM It. ,..In IHth itld day rounty of .lunr In 1U I. ut 'h* court** ,

drink. Then year and is acive in frequent raids and docs ever of Inmil trUHUHt of Urndford county, Floriiln, a of Stark. n"II.. *ouimwffr ((
to con.plnint .
48 the at the olTtr .... ... bil ..Inl( '0
anti-prohlbi'l sometimes 'I j tiling fur the best The rcnuina of the ) 1nry of th* board at you In .. by. Liberty InvpHtmcnt ..
several a day or night. Donald Butler. of Starke. MorfdN. until I 41.)
mist replies that much Maxville. was a 5tuu: o'clix-k A coriNirntlon oruanlaixl and
business visitor to were laid to rest in Hope cemetery, I Mny, 10))h, 192:1.i) anil at Unit l 'I''brl.f:: : tho lewis of the Hint of ..1...' nl.lll. untlvr ,
harmful Lawtey Saturday.
the drinks nttunrd for
nore made funeral services Cfirutnictlnir a till) apiimxtinatvly. J J
being conducted by ROti (vft. lunar. at th north Tho Itrndford Bounty Trlu'cra'h., a w.**kly
Mr. approach to
F7y breweries. That's no argument for "FLORIDA'S Ii ERO"v Glover of Jacksonville, was a R ev. S. 11. Dodd. The little mound Santa 1". .1101.-, hpi.luc at I1ro..k.... cnntJiinliiir. the nlwlunRi., publiHhtrtl, \ In Clark,. :MtttilfonJ l
ooiinly. lorldu. l I
r la lu'n't.y ,
liquor. That's an here Sunday. "I..xlm.I..ly" 8000) ou yd. of molorlnl. flan di-alKtintnl ait th* ,.$ I r
argument against where she sleeps was covered! with nun, b.. ..*..n .. thn tflfii, of thu nrHpni'r In which thin notice .h..1 I b. ., F
county ungi- p"b
moonshine and we should all put our- Mr. and Mrs.\ W. W. Baisden of 0...... l.h.l fur .1..h conatfoutlva .. ,
Times-Union gives this title to Starke were here Monday. beautiful flowers. 11w I rlirlit la _....,..s to rtjMt any or all Ihit land, .*..crllHHl In the bill of complnlnb, (
ulves into the great work of driving Sheriff Hagan of Putnam county who blda. In thin ..... tht title to whleha amittltt to .
Otis Thornton left for West W. B. IN. iiiii.t<*d 1 aKnlnut the abovo 491.
out. Lancelot] A. Gordon Assis- Monday Toitone. ..*
I ij; was shot, but not seriously injured ,1 n",."t[" 01 I HII'MIMP! 'I! 1'1''''' C A. FUTCH. Cliulrmnn. I'm Ti-m. i'uurt'ruiuuniy ,dmrrlhi ,..110 d.'on.l..n.. j

tant Secretary of State Madison.\ while successfully defending the Florida where he has secured work. if '11'8 jn ,(11.\\\111.111| .fun }.<:fl u) ajeaag HectvUry 4-13-5U5-11.. "..Flint ..Half.: .of.,N' !.' Wuartcr.. .. : .and!! North ,., .r

ty jail under his charge coun-I R. H. Thede was transacting business s U j I nlll 0.s HOiMi jo ll'uUJq| pUll NOTICE---- ---- 11,1'-' .; ., ; ijimrl .p ", Northrmit:: : Jo
in Starke Monday\ M e.I2 '' :! EI.KCTIOS all .. tho Houthwmt ,
'HIOJ'I ju > of
| | i 1''Jf.\u. WI| (luno. Hy tin ,, QI..I.
pow vmttnl In .
OF OSHKOSH TESTIFY attack of a mob of would-be by 1h I. of I Niirlhi'iutt Quiirlar lyintf w wt .of the nithlloriiiiil.
RESULTS Jack Wilkerson of Maxville, was 8q1 pUll ".)lul.I\| jsui din Stii.mp; % euopXa Ilia 'RtHUi: of Mnrtdn tho bnurd of ntiblla ln- ,. known ,na the, Hiarktt and $,,,Ikr.wO() y't
TO OF UnyW and et runtiun of I
says: > .(q jdJ.tt .I.JI.IIII| SliM u.ini Ilrndford county r'lorlcfit, hrr.'ly r.ind, nil of Ito Hold tnnda. b Inrr In $rntion
town business | auj; order
in on .
Monday. 1irotlf
an >n to b* ht-l.l! In tho Kell.-y J t. ,
rown.ilil a .
"Sheriff | Kniiu KJ ICnnt anSI
Hagan of Putnam county Fred Connor returned to his workin hi m >.)HJ aiJ| O) Olll|' HI| "II>H'>" Bll| | UOJooi .chiKillinui.., on Baturdny. May ftVA'_ I ronlninlnif. 140 I ....... nior, or Inta ; and, which
would be honored by all law ,uep ua5an: Unnln whi'thiir or not A..tI..n 81, V2! ti. f4. liindH SrI aim* ,l'srrItunI Lola 5
One looks in vain in Oshkosh for abidingmen i Jacksonville tills week, after a few aqj 110:1..10: ( LUL1.I0d' lit, !28. 27. ZH ami hue Wit llnlf nrI...... IV. .I'h.I 'n I'our and rivi or n Mtnvni 0". 'J'wo.
throughout the for tho J'I J 18iuo" l.i.UsIp aull' .(. 'l'wi,. 6 8., It. 21 E.. Khali bo crtmUd Into t U Cn*
any indications of the disastrous effect country, i p lllUlJ91 a rmvun .lldll..I..1 In the North Half of H.ctlon .
weeks here .
stay looking after his berry Hpmiut u tut .h..odl.1.1.\ .. and. .
to h.et
of the prohibition law, predicted notice of his devotion to duty and his i, crop. ai'|' cj III| uoi"JiI| | || | SIII1 JO p"I.lad .trufllm ivmtxltr >N and. dcaiunat,. (Ii. milluir to be thrva... I and o.II.lnln". ,.w..hll.141 1 6 acnw Smilh., miir 1 Rattu*. or, 8.1(MM,EnuL thnHcreiucv .

dauntless bravery will be in UX; M-ion (Mto'mu! jnoiiu\ o> munoiu1P4O ruth of .. Its. belnff. ..
published fol
the of the .. ,
by opponents dry measure. r the ,. of .11 f
I purl' h..ldln" .
The .t,1( |
Baptist Woman's nlHctinn' (lu ..
Missionary Lot
own OIMI ,
i '
I uSUIMOIUM o11., Oll| ,(<| pate lblI .. fotluwlnir .nln'I"" 41 I A HO-100 a0na,
every state. The highest distinctions manaitora are at'>p During the period that the eighteenth contaiitN' HO and' 40-100 Lot
|'of union met at the home of Mrs. J. W. AOO HrfJB 9I1J' '1II1J.1fIllIHII.\\( jNOJ : .I".hlli. c. c. Crosby and W. R. ltulmunl'I'I, ,o'u conlnltiN 27 and l.B-100 anrM.
amno Lot Four
have been to who ,
amendment has been in operation its men 'Barber Wednesday afternoon. Those luointi| al|<1I
business has increased. In reviewing I did no more. lIe did his duty fully present were Mrs.\ Sallie Reddish, Mrs Pll'1I'oid\ | .(|OiMM| no*''l! *ui| Buyout If. \MOG1N3.. Chairman 1-luuul' sorus.WilInis my. bund, and( Htnt of anld court

the progress of Oshkosh the past :,(land did it at the risk of his life. V. K. Reddish Mrs. George Anderson 'l e.ig } >uoj )HM| .,:Mti ucijniiJicl| 11 >ytpuafj hi-cn-tary 4-l.t-4t-5-4: thlc the IHth day of April. A. l>, H'.M, ,_

year attention is called to one phase "No Sheriff can do more than his Mrs. J. L. Kartell Mrs. J. B. Rowe : oaoeqoj.: : joj a'd: | ON MARTEK'M ..HUtN..II. Clwrk of Circuit Court. (I. W.for ALDKUMAN.Hrmlfonl County

of the city's prosperity the large duty. 1113' accepts ut once the calls 'U htruby nlv,n thut. umlur and' by I Inrlda. u.
; ; : Mrs. K.
Boyer Mrs. Mrs.
Terry '
1 yleI ituu or that curtain, final ,diTrw of fimmir Hy C. A. KNW* ,
amount of building, which included 80 for perfect fearlessness where fearlessness I H. L. Blanchard and Miss Eva Red- 'ou.uo.uip) II B3MBI" >uil| pun '", ou p.|4 ,..:. .* modi* ami rntvifd. tin March Id, UlJ\ :t.- l II. i K Hollritor: KNK.MT: lputy* Clunk
I 101'' tim I for Cuinplulnant
new residences. In 1919\ (part wet I( is needed. It is a dangerous 1 I -.nUl< ,(, ( Jfonorahio A. V I..unur. Ju.ln of the I 4.4b.Ji-lI.l 0
dish. "J. lll| )uil 'J I.'NUII'I' )-> u )&t pUll ( roult ourt., In and fur llrndfonl County, :

and part dry) the amount spent for position and no man but the bravest of I Ice cream and cake were served for jaq J. \o uiHiiun|| |' ,iq'|) .f uii) pmoM -Uuuu H luridn.nntt iif. In Clark that. em-tain, CHIMO, wlutrain thit 1 NOTICE TO lUDDRItaH'ntfd $ I
** IN
building was $502,102; in 1920, $601- the brave should have it. Sheriff refreshments.The .3 | npuM| "ii| uiiwai|| | uuuiott' aii| jo *1 it, nml iMnn A.* MaClunir.corporation: C. A. complain-MoCking\ : I j Honil. bldn Tnwlw-a will of bo Hr.\ve by tn.. 1nsrd 4

053; 1021) $771,313 and in 1922 it Hagan did not count the cost but he death of Mrs. Anna L. Thede .Iv"ll| javau pgnou N"I.I."IH| nil|| JO" rfutueqi | ula uu mlirnud,uul| l.iiiU. will Stanley uffnr for ar.nla fimdnnlM and will the aull!) "for n. I.r[ .., at t h., ,rTlr. of t thu, Hi-nrwtary.. County of II.. Board Klnr-, t gu I

braved his if the BJiiin iviiUiiu.Mil dIll| ul mill t the : : : I Iof I ut Stark '. I1 I lorlda. until it chick p m.
1IIIdll..fpo hlirhcwt
reached the record breaking figure of prisoner prisoner was < soul bust hi.I.It,. I In front Mny 10, c,
<68. occurred in Jacksonville on April the .. Itfol.l. and at that tlmo publicly I -
cnurth.uaa openttd. '
J amiiiioiii| u iiiiM| | pun In Sturho Brmlfonl' for I
i in his charge. If not he showed toll iJ.llldlll..A|

$1,164,199.! n evil doers that a prisoner in his i 18th after several weeks illness and -UODU) jo uinuiiiii4| | dIll<| Anll| lie;) aql 'M' ;. y.A.Horldn.I:. 1W28.on durIng Monday! LI,,.tha\Iwnl?th.umra itiir, of or td 1 AiiiruttreinUily nlotiit| : ) thv 700 f'nr. inwt. tn It* di'liver* Pu. 1-
The the Wmnebago HriM.Ui road
president of her death s nl*>. fur thi bvlw* n I.. A. '
was unexpected. on uiiM|" BAJBOJ tilVi nuroodv of imUttfyinir naltl l Wynn' and J. W. .
charge safe he I 1 thr fohowtnir. : n.:11:: n Pitvatta In vunh, '|UMntlLtan |
(; W. C. T. U. interviewed ; was as long as was lt fcrvo mel auliut., .It unto II... .
county Mrs. board
prom- Thede
: came, to Lawtey about 9ql ul lno JUI:4): .('''Il ""11'11111 iIi\ P"IJ t inir In Hrmtfonl m.unty I 1"1..101.l. to-wltt may dl.1.
alive. He had not temportze' with the Pout to I b. ,.bl f*> t hung and .
not than
the North Itnlf I.
inent citizens of Oshkosh to of Houthwvttt _ _
as 40 with her husband Junrlcr of North
1'' years ago William 'JBlHolOll.X'Ull WI'|'[11 0)) JlulI'Jo.>"ViXDCI1mmlOOCllOOlmIUID'rr.'IIHDU w tit[ (JiiHifor of H-cl k4x Inchi-fl- In diamoter at thn and b*
mob. When it showed fight he fought Ion riilrty-Hv (aol t I. "I' l
results of prohibition with the fol- hrnrt plnu nr cyproaa.Ihrt .
I' Thede who preceded her to the owrwhU' Hlx 16)) South Rauu, Twenty-two ,
lowing results : and the men who were seeking to great beyond three' Since : I 22) Nat. aiintatnlnif. DO ama. mfir* or ...... or all bl.Hi.nril... n years
Real dealer Rentals in Saloon I overthrow the law fled. COFFINS & CASKETS I IAnd SPecIal IS. K MuLwr HMCRYMAN.;; I W B. TORODH. /
estate In
I then she has lived with relatives in 1 n. r: KNIGHT. Chanmry.: C A. ''I'CU. Chairman Fro Tm. '

Row at a low estimate are 75 I "The authorities of Alachua county j the north and here. She was a devoted a Full Line of ij Htilfohor; for Complainant. 4Af.t54MABTEK'H I 14o'n.tsry.' : 4.Sjt.9.S d1uu

per cent higher than when saloons occupied were also cicseiving OA praise in arresting I wife and mother and loved by Undrtakrt' .. \ o -- : ALB NOTICE TO CITIZENS

the and the busi- promptly the men who were all'. Notion In iclvi-n to th altlMni "
space new i, who knew her. : NMIe Ui horvhy ulvon that iimlur, 100.11 of
and .
by Itradford ... .
ness stands the increase. accused of being members of the mob'j'Justice The body was brought to Iaweyl'l' I AUTOMOBILE HEAUSK V 1'iaiirff IrlUfl of m.that... And o|..rt rntrrvil aln. Anal Poor" .*. of for. .**. tlKncd. will Inlrodur, .101.a ,hill thiit,In w h.*. th 19211. und." _... .
January ,
on Jin ,
A. ,
Banker-That the people are much was prompt. and thirteen day ana taken to Kingsley ceme- Always on hand. The bent ear rI)'. li'-M.' by lI..n.. A. V. Lo...... Juilu. of tha .1'lii.. iirovlillnir of thu l KlHlntur for' th* of tho, ..lat.. of of Plo'. .
I ('I..IOIL i (Court .I all ouU
more than they were during -I men acuesd of the atempt at lync-- ti and interred tic at th. lowest price. Sp" In and for llrmlfunl ."' 11I'''. ,l tandmir aohool, |ndt. of aaldl I ul''
prosperous | i "ry by u,.. mile of h'.r I II InrMn In that err.In in CMUHO. whnntfn A.....," r,'l.r.s..utu'I| liy, .. .r, county. I
i behind the bars. The oat llention to telegraph or I IIrln..... In ..romiilalnant and. J. J. "I. and tins 'u
the good old beer and whisky days ing are now s I i husband. Services at the grave were I nnd Amanda .aindiam I I WHrrnntN' of t ho board. of pulilln, (nut ructiontt
goes without question. Instead of the sheriir of Putnam thoughwounded.Identified / I'11,i conducted by Rev. L. B. Simpson,, of I Ii -- Registered F.'mBnlmtr.DeWlcjONES: uif uiL '...cuHh mlintf'l' will oltVr for aro nnla fcmlnnlt and will, .thundt ..II I rnta, Bradford portion,. o. ,.Unrn r.'"1.,".,..1.. Florldn aft tim, of pro said n.; '
or lo thv .
wages being squandered in saloons, i them and they were i the Starke Methodist church. Pallbearers -'- :htt roil H' :hpuit* d Ioor hiu-luwt tn ,jHtnrki I hlildtir.. flrntlford In front connIt of i li i t uuI'IulcIlu..a trtmliiiwM I of .d thvrvfrom. and which I. ..
: )
i "Florida i interested in this y, IluniIIP.l on Monilnv.: the Ill, day: of I lr..1 county after d l.- I
to in May, il
he people now have money spend s held.j I were David Durban, Sr, A. A. I'. 1112:1.! : tlurlnir. tho Imal hotin, of set**,, uuu'ting Union' "ouII1' portion thr r .fr0m.

stores. i *fair even beyond the interest of ]I A. Smith A. M. Blanchard, L. II. Hill! STARKE. FLA f.., 1li* tHiriKWtt' of aallNfylnic .ald flnnl d.-..re I I liimnl npimmlmatra' of puhlia the.Irmtructlon aunt. of $411,0tuuu.nf nald) giving H rail ford the

l'tlerchant-'Steln money' is being state in the enforcement of the ]laws. W F. Godwin and J. J. McLood. tmUmlDClCllCl7UJI, Or h* roltiiwinir county.. Florida diwrribfd. ....wlt rviil I .......1. In Hm.T'l .|- county.iuuuttnbl' : ,Florldn bond::: authority of to Issue and all ,
in Id Bradford
used for food and clothing. Our books Where a lynching takes place we often Besides many friends and near relnlives I o f'I 110.}th0. North Nurthrauut. half Quari of hit. Nfirthwiwt of the. Houthoaitt Quiirt<-r th. HUHrt'vnta sum". of mild 11'b..d..county. wnlctt I In '

hear that it the state Habitual' Conntlpatton Cir< dIn t of I"m.b.10..1| .ar not m... aU pr sonS
show increased trade. What was call- disgraces she leaves four sons and two imrtr Hortlon 'l'w""I1'.I. 'lirt). Town, I I payabl

ed the nickel side of Main street 1 is and it) does reflect on the state. Then I daughter to mourn hr death: Henry LAX-roS WITH 14 to PEPS5N":31 Days .t;hit...t| *eoiitalnlnv-v.i I Inl| Houlh liv. ItnnKit(IC) ....fwimty-t.... m..r. nr I!It.421..). .thru u i...il.. *...I 'Iw" ...1..0.nnlm.In.Mirl.*..arh.,of the not arml-annually mom. than

becoming' the dollar side now that; when a lynching is prevented by P Thede of St. Peter Minn., Waiter Iirepared.Syrup> Tonic-Luxu'.ivc li for a 5u lljbituiinstlpuUon. ; 'etta.- 81',1.1 D Miwt K .r K'<'Il",C.,II1'.."....,. 1 .u.th n*andl Unit boiidM day. of to d..I.Auuiuk inadu A.dun. and. "r.payable c..I.nn

the saloons are out and business houses such\ dauntless conduct as Sheriff lie Thede, of Superior Wis., Herman I C II relieves .irouipiljr" b.lehouhl >l A. 14.14011..11"(I1EWS.. a m-rU-e of .a d ..nd. to I b, duo I u.and IttlU' and on...
fur (
occupying the old locations. pan displayed the courage of unman Thede of Jacksonville R. It. Thede, be taken regularly for : t lo "I ilnti "mtulsnn"t. 4.n.nt.5.4"flTICR ( I. thn fIrst day A...,.., of each l.a".I.. .
ar thr..aftr, all iifd. It..Ilalns.,, .
Another banker exclaimed-No argument reflects honor on the state. of Lawtey Mrs. W. L. Stockton of 1"lnducr"I1".r, action.( It Stuni.lnii". l lK TO CONTRACTOR! 1.I yI lMtn, fully. .. ..ntl, attartml. which ttomt
j "!tulntu Very Pleaaant tj Tan 4 MHUft R..I"l J hliU will, bo rminlveft by th. Hoard. I "'<' t. Im a Him on all taxahl InMIIId
about it. Everyone has more i "One lynching is too many but the, Portland Oregon and Mrs. F M. t bottle. o f llond. rrnjit4t of Itrad Ton! ..."nt,.. h.1..... Hrmlford county. r lorlda, and protwrty to bit paid f
with the saloons gone. mob seem s to feel safe. It is hard to Jormel of Charleston S. C. i I drt. at the. oiriua of th. Mi"' r.,tury of thv. out nf th. iii'nrrnl school funda of ..101 Hrad
money 10..01. at
gtark. Florida until U a'alock ford] county Florida to b* rained by taiathm
Employer of labor pointing out a i indict and harder to convict. This is CLERK'S REPORT :n.. ttf May. .1I18. 11U3, imd at that tim. puo p.. *>nvh y..nr. by aMHta.lnir. all tnxabl property u

prosperous looking workman declared true in Florida and in practically all HIGHLAND ,, Ropert of the Clerk)BUrko.of Fla the, Circuit April I I. Court 1IIJ1. 1.Icly 0 thu follnwlnir. for oonut mauls, runtime or iretjoim or Itniruvlnic of- t 1 Mo thenof lnnlrucUon and j reiiulrinw of ad), th Hradfiird* acId. /I "

: That fellow never could get onuntil I other .states. But what Sheriff Ha-. I In and far Bradford Counts. Florida. nn so- ..11..1. .In Itrndfor! county t I Ida. to Sri anld., a elYicinnt |,. :,n : .. ft _
llonil No. 1. Hroikr to Ml,.. Aid Road. i chouI l thurwof
count of (a,,.. ..._.d for tho vu,.. 1922. No. "n,1 earh year laid)
prohibition helped him to savehis Ran did, others can do. If a man I is: Highland, April 27Mr. and B. W. RATES.Tax Apiiroxlmata1' ; : : ltnirth 139 mll: ::* i Intvrmt principal rach year t th. ..m. I,
1 ha total iiunntitiMi. of tha it on which I bt-com. flu. and paytihlwK. .
dimes. Now his family has plentyand afraid he should not be a candidatefor Elbert Griffin and baby of To Bradford County-... Collector iroiHHiiili' '. .... dt>alr* iiheric. If he himself in such .1\1rs'l .II..w. .. 1'. K, KNK1III2lt.427) ,
formerly it was far otherwise. puts spent the week-end here as County Proper (' and trniliblnir.. 22G: ....*. ,'.

Merchant of another commodity- a position he should do his duty at Mr.-and Mrs. J. W. Griffis.i March' 1, lo bal duo. -- -- U 4I H7 pttHvMtlnn: 2H.OOO eu.. yila. Illl.I. TO QUIET TITlE FI
I Hy amt eolleotpd .: ::: : : : : litiNii marhlna irraillniru. (pointing to floor of his store) : That t; any cost and if it were known that i Mrs. Leon Wilson and son, of Jacksonville -- 270 II I IH inch pins' 400 lln ft I lit the.. Circuit. Court for 1..0 County,

f sheric's would do their duty at April 1. la hal dim. -. _____ U:---.--,4 24 in.h, ;.ijo'. 1211 lun. ft. VI..I.I. In Chancery.
of -
new flooring marks the last trace any are visiting relatives here. rino and Forfilluro. Hlimttir.i, 81"DO fk. t boaril' ...n'..."... J. II. V/llllmna.

bar room fixtures of the saloon which I cost we would not hear of a halfdozeII' Mrs. II. C. Wimberly G. II. parker Vareh I. (n bal duo .-u_. _... _____ 0114 I.I fend ly amt oollectod ____ ___ ._. _. 1I1.n., mid nhnpinkf. aanil-olay Hurffit'.. 2HO'l ,. '
17 U 1
was in this building when prohibitionshut lynchins in the Unite States I J. R. Tidwell were business visitors -- -q ": ( m|, yd t.. I I fh. rlftrifla Land and ImmfMTL '
April I. to bal Hue. _____._ ; All work to b. dune In "anoordnnrv with lltin, (;onupsaly, A Corporation,
in to -- (MT |l S .
it up and admitted a business a year. Lawtey Saturday. Coonty Road and B"-'-.-.--- ht |.lana and instruction ,niral |.rovl.- i 0' .1;.

(emphasis on the word business). icy of Putnam has acquitted Mrs. W. G. Crews and son, W. L., Muroh Hy amt I,eollecud to bal duo _.-??_.__..7711 6 pmiMMftl.Ions i ',' Hpp and..'lal contract provlHlonfl of ,Hradford, Hpcaillratfonn' county and. To lu.rfndiinta.the unknown holra davl...,.. .r

Oshkosh was a frost as far as pros. himself in a way to furnish In- were visitors to Starke Friday.A. -----------------;,.2 1j,1 It .neh bid moat. .b.. HBcompHnleil by n ecrtl* an.l claimant, 0'. throtnfh and tindrr .n...,

perity went in those days. Threeblocks spiration to others in his position and( A. Crews spent Sunday with! April 1.Ouutandlnr to bal duo lnd--.-l>Udn----,.M___fund__._.74wT.a S .(n..1....!,1...h..k payabli on* to a C.bank A. Futeh.In Ilradford m....."*1..1'. .count Hoard",..I C.l I dmisratin W hI.,,. dncianedt Company I, The.a Corporatlnn lorlda Land J I.aol J. 1'

in the business center gave the I it is safe to say while he remains in r friends at Lawtey. March 1. to bal duo _--__.-___--__41)20110 of Uond Truatiwa.. .. for. (Iv. jn-r "I'IL of lbahlut Javiy."..Ali-uf ander whom McKay. F.lrly ... tho
By amt collected __ __ ___._ .____ bid. vld<'n0a of icimd faith and .11. .nknow. dufendanta.Von .
name shady side to the east side of r office no other attempt to lynch a I Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson and Miss Mary I, -- laG OS ... S Rimriint that If award 1 the aontrart (;.Un". I
'Ap.1I 1, 10 bal ---------4:: ii :'H3 i the lilddvr. will *n..uta the contract and viva and ..h' of you .. hereby nnulreil. '
Main street. Of course it was per. prisoner will be made in this county, Johns went to Lawtey Monday for u (duo bond a* rnulr d. lie stud to anptar before the. JuilKO of tho '

fectly safe for women to walk on that The mob goes after one man who I is I visit with relatives. March. I I. to hal ounly duo ---ttchool---?---______10281 All i i 101.Tha... .rUht ia ...."'... to rttjf-ct. any or all of(limit rlnrida(ourt, In for and the for HuhlN Bradford' Juill.lal LlHuit; ,

side of the street but they didn't. It defenceless. It Is not after fighters J. L. Johnson returned Sunday froma Hy amt eullooted. _n......___-_______ 440.JO I'lnnc and npfclffoatlon. may b. a* *n at th* he 7th liny of May. lOll.! ) "at tho County.cnurtho'ue on '
"" .. of tha county .nmln&r, and of j In said eounly. In Htarke. Florida to
just wasn't done. "Every day in every who are prepared and ready to fight ten day vacation. While away he April I. to but duo ----------------19743.2 S th. ,fi...cineatnn| may I b. obtHlnnl. auplo from the A hill of complaint, rnhihlt.fl against anawer you 'In .

way business is getting better to the death. was married to Miss Lois Hicks of March. I I. to bal Count;duo -_foil__?_.-?____ 1f".01l .Coi'iua...rt-t..ry of of the tha plan' .board may at I..l-t oMalnwl.Ad par cop from. .ald'ho court 11.lo.by J". County II Wllllama.Telrxraph, weekly.

Jacksonville and made By amt eollrcud ____._____r 1400 lb. itcnrtary of the board n..w.r. ,In Htarke
they a trip to at f Jjt\ **rh ... Plbll.h" Hradford ,
... .
.-- --. - --- w E (;. .t,. I ... .
April I. to bal duo ....______ __ TORODB, .. .. di.iifnatxd .tho
Savannah Richmond and other points tal.OO C. A. FUTCH. Chairman; Fro Tm. In whlrh thus, notice .
Total 9.5M.eh I&ch1 _....I.ry. I llNhud for sIght conm>.,"U.. ._.10.1 p"b
! of interest. For the present they will I. to bal duo -....-...________ 8Zo -11..8..11._ 4 The land In the bill of '
GENERAL INSURANCE reside in Jacksonville. I Hy amtApril toll..1 ____________ 162.5 7 NOTICE- In thl ..,..1..1.1 Ill. tn whlrh I. complaInt aouiiht' to

Some visitors from here to the I. to bal duo -------___-__.5204.9 N..U.. la h.rby irlvn to .11 pvraon In utr..t.uI u- be particularly."1..1 .avalnut described.aa aIm fullnwa'. defendant to-wltt. .. are ,
INMAN & RITCHFiRE. Mutt. rirhoo! Uonao I In the *Mtat. of Wirilwm C. Powell.I Nonhca.t Quarter
i State Farm Sunday included Mr. and[1 March I. to bal duo ..____-.._uSA13.74 l I...t. ..f Hmdford. County, Florida, doc-nurd. t... ttectlon It. TownshIp of the I South HouthwnU, It. .Quar. tt
Mrs.. W. G. Crews and 'by amt toll..ot.d _______ 140.88 that I. Fitr..tie* K Powell .ruardlan of M.,.. Fjuit. Also a portion "
son W. L. S. 11.,1. of North'wi
tha Flornfl FowII
.. and William C.
LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE Fowitlf. 't Quarter ..
C. Wimberly Misses Beth and Wini April 1, to bal due --_..____.__..__.3732.81 J l ,.. will on the 3rd day of May. A. f). 1 2I:I. Si tlnn. luwnahfp l..ulh..I.ld ".Uiuirter, lylnv. went of. ..11

r, Located'iD building of E. A. Street Farm Agency. Office open 14 fred Wimberly Ethel Ricks J. R. March I. lo bal Road duo Hond__-__Tal-_-_.-___(471081 fit,ffrtm.rabl 10 o'clock' 'K. 1 In A.th firiwn* mornlnir., county. apply judti to th of I. the tnlnlna Stank ft ..nt l'4 I......,*.puhllo. m.. road or l.I.and... ...n*

'c Hours Every Day. Tidwell and G. H. Barker. Ur ami oollooted ._- ____ _......_.. 1172.114 liradford' County. Florida a* th* ourthoua u. pmrtUtiilarly: d.. at more'un-
In Htark for ordr :
.. aal' an to ash II at prlvat orpublic lap of aald tdN'h"ri.nl:1: Mild de*
II. ,C. Wimberly Jr., returned on April I, to bal duo -----------------93719.0 4 of Martha.. all th* riuht. UU* and lntrmt Mrlbed Quarter thence run Wnt 84. f et

STARKE FLORIDAH Monday from a visit with relatives a. W.CurS ALDERMAN.cinrnll, Court r ow..ll. J.. Ftorwnc minor .heirs Powpll of the and said William William C.,:; Quarter. the Nurthweot of Hnutha eornMr Uuarter. of ,sail N.rthw.t
C. I'owcll. ......-!. In and to the followtntr. 711 fet 'h.n.
: at Madison. 13.51k., By C. A. KNIGHT.Deputy nirnot nvnional to venter of oald road .".. un a

Cirri ..H. County. Florida p.np.nty.("-...1'sItutad, In Jiradr Ciluht I .lino I at 1' point houthweat of beHlnolnir corner of ffouth Aluo

HAKOLDIHUMEFmidMt Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON. Jr.So NOTfcEti. On* turpntln; atlll I and 'uppiin' *. 100 TIIERESSA CTI N barrels, all tonla. all Hplrltn. rosIn and nid I. and, ... .
VkoProaido .. oTffoaa.. By the Kowrr v...t..1| in them. by tho I..a turpentine. 4 m"... and' 2 honm. S taddl.* *. >H" f>..,"thenoe, thence North run Ka.t on Hectlon line
01 Florida, the Board of I'uhllo Inatructluof 9 w...... and harn. *10 f.t thence Last
i ions) truck. .. .
Best Fertilizers Insecticides Bradford .. ... SI. .mm' 0 f"t. t"n. H.rth 1.4 d. Feat la the '
Flori. ID
<'C2 Sprayers Poultry: Theressa, April 27.-II. E. Moore "nW. 1.1 OHIon. ary and flntur *. all CUP* anil ""t" North .aid Southeoet. Ju.rter of
alU an election to be hold In thehoolhoiiM ::1 all prorwrty connirctod wth th. ... .
Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices wan transacting business in Palatka at !......,. on Saturday M.,. 1:a. plae' of Pow ll and Pow.ll. at Stark. (0. !Nor'Mlhw.I hw..1 Quarter corner of lIon,acid. Wmt Quarter".0 feet thence to I
to determine whether. of not the. terrltor, M *
murtfr giv.n by H. T. ..
Tuesday. a. aakod for In petition bo sddn4 to thelpeeijil I, I :: 'n7 to Fowf| and.1o of' .beirlnnlnir.. on Weal lino of sail quarter to point
Prompt Shipment Ia. district and to elect three trw 1- ed| book "Y* at :.
Mr L. pan* Wltneu
Sibley and MM. Tyre t.... and determine the amount of mill..IS I lu. Bradford county, .' 'hla lbs my h.no and Mai of aald court
.. Sib d.
Auk your noif bbor -H. know returned to their home in Putnam for the .n I....... dlatrlot.For .wrtafn moit**.***. one iclvrn by W. r. Srwfland March. W, A.ALDFKMAN D.: \VUn. .! I
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are appointed .. inipeetoro at pan 847. and Hook Nn fo.ld.
and friends here. 4. Pair 8< pub I C. A.
IUCKLITJlR: ,. rvcorda KNJJI'
of Bradford
E. 0. Pmlater Fertilizer Co JacIuwiBe H. B WICOINS. Chairm.S.d.Wrv. ... I.l .. r.nt'. Hnr.ifa [ a S.alb I..
FU Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey and a** from th* Company D. K KNIGHT. .
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,. SANITARY INSPECTION (; 1 Mrs. Etta Tison, served tempting Til>'-b li-11T.winr 'U"i i'J'lU; 111: a Sunday. !Gainesville Sunday
': PLKTED |/sandwiche. and cocoa with marshmal- "croupy" child."HUNCH":: l. 5P5r"CKfTexuntf"; Jilai', "oi -vie iulrVr>;i3; Clyde Shaw was in Worthington i* Mr. feNorris. of'Gainesville was a

i lows. Jewish seafarer are everai "swords"of Sunday. visitor here Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

t: Premise Found Satisfactory WON FOR GAMBLERS the SHordflsh. When 1 asked the' Frank Harrell was the guest of his I and Mrs. Clam Brown and "

: More Care; Needed PRODUCE SHIPMENTS aged mullah who was In charge of cousin ,Cephus Harrell, Sunday after- tie son motored to Starke Saturda
he -
the shrine what they were,
Fly's Alighting Particular Number Miss Mamie Hall left
I ,
i In which betrayed pity t "
a tone
... The sanitary committee ma Strawberries, Beans, Potatoes and Surely. Was Unfortunate for Monte for rny Ignorance, that they were the I noon.Mrs.. C. M. Andreu was in Starke I Palatka where she will visit her
I spection of all premise in the Squashes Sent Away Casino. teeth of the whale that swallowed Saturday where she went for medical ter, Mrs. T. C. Thomas.

on 23rd inst us previously! The strawberry shipment is still at Sailors have always been considered Jonah I I treatment. '
found all Hut with berries :Miss Lucile Harrell was the guest DEMAND) FOR FORD CARS
i : I and occupied its height. competition superxtltlouM, und miners come
- ? t and yards nicely and from North Carolina. and1 LouisianA close second, but neither of them are NOVELIST PROVED HIS CASE i of Misses Blanche and Fay Andreu I

cleaned up. The way our is being felt. These berries more stnmttUo to trifling omens than -- Sunday.Gee "More people want Ford cars that

)have responded in this clean-up reach the markets quicker than ours the deep-dyed-ln-the-w gambler Critic of Dickena' "Sp ntan.ou. Com- Dupree passed through here ever before," J. W. Andrews, Jr., "

#: paign Is gratifying: and therefore arrive in a better con A Monte Curio paper tells that a fly bustion" Death Proved", Wrongby Sunday enroute to Brooker. I cal Ford dealer said today

Now, if all vacant lot dition. The hot weather here has alighted ou No. 13 on the roulette table Eminent Medical Men. N. G. Hayes, Sr., was in Brooker "Fifty thousand more Fords
_ I Ith" recently at a time when the players I were
I '.: follow suit, and if those of our softened the berries, and in face of bad suffered, a Saturday. |I sold at retail in March than in
persistent run of bad It may be re.'ull >il l that Charles an>
Andreu in the Cooter
houses who failed to ,. competition, it has not generallybeen | Harley was
ness luck. The superstitious gamblers exchanged Dickens, the fiimuu. iiuvelist.. employs i one month In the history of the For
1 ; is apparent in the unsightly deemed safe by the buyers to covert glanc.es and searched spontaneous combustion to give forceto i! Pond section Saturday. I Motor Company, according to woro

4 ; papers, trash and useless send to faraway points, and the pri. their pockets for money with which to one of the episodes In his fascinating | from Detroit. The March sales I,

r 1'1''J' I found back of many business ces have, therefore, dwindled down stake.In story known as "Bleak House." SAMPSON CITY taled 179,764 cars and trucks.

? I 1 / we would take great pride in ward. Fancy berries sell at his writing a few moments the "middle One of the dark characters of the.I I "For a whole year sales have been
: ll' a clean town. Some places are for $4 per crates and common to dozen," that U to say, the numbers story I" old Krook, proprietor qt a rag I Sampson City, April 27.-Mrs. W.j running over 100,000 a month bring

t '1 cumbered with old, useless can poor from $3.50 to $3. 13 to 24. was liberally covered with' and bone warehouse, lie is a grasping ;j I J. Roberson and Fred Deaver nfMor- I ing a total of 1,429,979 Ford cars and
'J worthless I stakes. Then an elderly gambler drunkard, consuming great quantities ed to 'Starke Saturday.T. I
1 unsightly, plunder. Much of the success t>f the berry arose and piled trucks into use in the United State
napoleons round the of gin. One day two men, occupyingan V. Williams and T. J. Thomas
I : marshal is instructed to call
shipments has been due to the Starke square on which the fly had alighted< alone since April 1, 1922.
In old warehouse, I
upper room the of Palatka mot red here and
tion of such and
owners to Ice Factor which has worked day thud bucking the numbers from 10
: I "Here in the Jacksonville
: smelt burning and' on going below toIny'stlgate I branch
the mother
i week-end their
. I moval of same. and night to be enabled respond to to 17. visiting I
found a smouldering heapof i territory of which this city is a part
-: tit I call attention again to the I the heavy calls for ice."Peggy" Lens confident players staked small something looking like charred oiled I, and mother-in-law, Mrs. Josie Hall. ::>: the March sales were 3,801 cars, a
Dogan Nabb and Mr. Brown left
of business houses in amounts on the "trunsversales."
many The
every afternoon brings in rags. At the Inquest the coroner'sjury big increase over last year tot the
tc, be scattered the Ivory marble was sent spinning round Sunday for Tampa where they have
papers over an express car half full of beans, held that old Krook came to his |I month. The demand for
( same the
f : premises and blown by the squashes and No. 2 Irish potatoes.The tbe roulette wheel, there waa a moment end by spontaneous combustion. accepted employment.
all directions.A of suspense, and then the Some critics of Dickens challenged' R. Lee Gibson, of Gainesville, anda Ford is just as great proportionatelyright
_ potatoes bring a good price just croupier announced the here at home as it is anywhere
winning number this The visitor
cheap receptacle of wire as being ImpoBKlble. account at the home of Mrs. Josie
now. They came from the warm soils 13. Hut, what N far mote extraordinary I I else in the country.
of Krook's death was, therefore, bad Hall several last week.
: and trash could be days ,
h. papers of Brooier and LaCrosse. Brooker also
the name number came up art and a blemish on the whole story. Mrs. Nellie Brown of Jacksonvilleis "The company is now operating on
) would eliminate this unsightly sends many crates of eggs daily three times In succession. That fly Dickens repllnl 1 by citing a similar the greatest manufacturing schedule
ir sance. < and the never failing two crates of coot the Casino J5.00O.:! visiting her mother, Mrs. W. S. i
case: that had occurred! In Paris I in its history there
so are more Ford
Nabb, and sister, Mrs. W. IL Smith.G. I
: l chickens. ---- France and :
was confirmed by areportof
built than
being before
t cars ever and
A C. L. PEEK, Tuesday E. M. Thomas loaded a Genuine Feathered Plane. several eminent medical men who L. Sapp and Enoch Kelley of in all the
# Fruit Growers Express car with The mun-o'-war bird Is _a genuine bad thoroughly Investigated the mat- Palatka, were visitors here Sunday.Mrs. improvements different typoof
feathered airplane. Without moving ter. E. H. Smith of Tampa, arrived cars make the Ford the best it ever -
MEETING OK BIBLE beans grown by himself, L. C. Powell has been.
and some other growers in 'Thomas- its wings(seemingly for hours ata I here Sunday for a visit with her mother -
time It floats! In ,| '"And Ford cars are now easier to
calmly high air, Mrs. S. E. Jones.
The Law,class of the Baptist villa suburb. The beans'were put in Goodness 'Increase Wisdom.Sir .
and'I ascending In spirals or drifting lazily obtain than before because
ever of
xR.'Lee Gibson of Gainesville
i day school( .met in a profitable in the big square crates lately adopted Henry :Tuyv three generationsago '
along directing It.ea.y flight by the new Ford weekly purchase
Mamie Starke
Miss Hall motored to plan
( which better and wrote "The Statesman. It remains -
pleasant way Saturday are more eco- '
changes of the of Its
4 angle "planes"so
a classic of English literature. and Kingsley lake Wednesday. i which makes it possible for more families
from 4 to 6 o'clock in the Baraca nomical than the hampers; The car slight that any effort Is not ap
) This paragraph Is n fair Lynk Williams of Lochloosa to have a car. Father, mother,
example: spent
i: \. : of the church. sent to Knoxville, Tenn. parent. It I. a distinctly tropical bird,
: "The correspondence of wisdom and the week-end here visiting his mother sons and daughters all can partici-
A New teachers and officers were Frequent showers and warm weath seldom being Been farther north than
v ed and other business transacted have boosted the tomato plants, of along the roasts of Florida, the .Gulf goodness are manifold; and that they Mrs. Josie Hall. ,: pate in the plan and it i. rather sur-

r lowed by a delightful social which large acreages have been planted. states and !Southern: California. will accompany each other Is to be Hogan Smith and Joe Williams motored prisingthe number of families who
'i t'- which was entirely informal. The finest fields of tomatoes we The bird I. very Impressive by Inferred, not only because men's wisdom to Starke Friday. are taking advantage of it so as to
44 reason of Its size and the enortnou! makes! them good, but also because Math Wasdin and Miss Messie Ab- enjoy the pleasures that come with
J I : The new officers elected were: have seen this season are those of A. their goodness makes them wise. j
stretch of Its long narrow wings, automobile "
; p.. ," :Mrs. Geo. White, president. O. Strickland, T. N.. Kendrick and F. measuring Home'seven and! a half feet Questions of right and wrong are a rnethy, of Graham, were visitors to ownership.

U } .. Mrs. L. H. Eastman, vice F. Flume. The laM named is the across. When a great flock of thousands perpetual exercise of the faculties 'of our town Sunday.
I. Mrs. J. T. Quijrley, secretary. farthest advanced and will have fruit soar on motionless pinions, they I I those who are solicitous as to the right Sorry to report Mrs. Millard Varns I To Cure a Cold in One Day

'4 Mrs. O. Jones, treasurer.Mrs. large enough to ship In a week or appear lUte an aerial army -of Invasion. and tbe wrong of what they do and ill at her home. ,take tops the LAXATIVE tough ,and BROMO Heatlat QUININE and work(Tallinn off>Jh'.
I : Archibald Thomas, At close range their great see; and a deep-Interest of the heartin Lefric Johns was a visitor over to 'nd. t' W.(CROVC! : daaatura. : on each box Sic

[ 'd. ,New committees appointed : two.There will also be plenty of Irish hooked bills\ give them a rather.fierce these questions carries with It a .

Home department, Mrs. G. W potatoes ready for shipment soon. L. appearance' though they have but little deeper ,cultivation of the understanding -
p ,
r to boast of In the of talons their than can be easily affected by any When
way in Doubt SHIP to One of These
( .. derman, Mrs. L. II. Eastman. A. Davis and E. D. Card seem to be Feet being weak and clumsy, fit ouly other Incitement to Intellectual ac ,
,u, V : Cradle roll, Mrs. Wiggins, the lead on "spuds." for perching., tivity.

Jones. d
Three HoussH.
\, Sick and flower, Mrs. G. II. LAKE BUTLER .
; Figure In Scottish Hltory. The Wise In Council. I
if L Mrs.' G. M. Bennett, Mr J. W. Lake Butler, April 27Rev. Mc- "ISluck L'ouglaV was Janice Douglas The ml'n110 have method, and, as

I wards. pastor of the First Presbyterian ninth and last. earl of one branch It were, a judicial Intellect are most
Social, Mrs. E. D. Card Mrs. in Jacksonville delivered the nf the PniiKlim family"In ScOtluniL lie valuable councillors. Without such G. Miles & Co., New York

t Wall, Mrs. Arch Thomas. I sermon at the Lake was early In life engaged;: In schemvs men In a council, a great deal of cleverness
T This class has more than high .school Sunday, April 22. against James II, uud then tied to EI1If- goes for onUilng; as there Is Berry & Brandt, PhiladelphiaW.

!? members, besides the' home sermon was very interesting and and, where he had u pension' from nobody to see what has been stated H. Harrison & Co. Washington D. C.
1 J ment, which work it carries on, large attendance enjoyed the fine the crown, and was made Knight of and answered, to what their deliberations ,
-' the Garter. In HS-I he leagued himself tend, find,! what progress has- been
c' ". many services are rendered and singing. ,The violin was They all handle Fruits and Vegetables
with the exiled duke of Albany made. Such perming' gather the sense
its channels. Those Mrs. W. H. Lee I
taking part by accompa
and Invaded Scotland, when he was of a mixed H.Hbcmlily, and suggest n
t this occasion in the Impromptu by Mrs. T. 1\[. Riherd on the pi. taken prisoner at Lochmaben. On line of action which may honestly. meet

ram were: Following are the songs that being brought before the court he thg different views. of the various members -
I,. Mrs. J. T. Quigley reading, rendered: turned his back upon the king. The They will bring/ back the subject See R. B. ALVAREZ for Market

Joy of Pretense." Song, "Holy, Uoly"-Choir. I compassionate King James III spared matter when It lias all but flouted
j Solo, I'm a Ullrim-l\lrs. A. "Onward, Christian Soldiers" his life on condition of his taking the away while the others have been look- .
s :. Wall. I and congregation. cowl lie then entered the monastic Ing for seaweed or throwing stonesat -
seclusion\ at Llndores where he died. one another on the shore.-Sir Ar-
When the Frost is "Abide With Me"-Leaman Rivers.
c ,,; fi; Reading, on \ thur Helps.Birds I
;q ., j ". Pumpkin-Mrs. L. II. Eastman. Townsend and Mildred Rob Inventor Unknown.. $5.00 WILL ENROLL
Microscope ,
:. s f Musical Reading, Mrs. Wall. .
':If Although the eurly history of the Rid Cattle of Parasite
Song with chorus. "All Hail Immaneul"Choir.Mrs. .
I microscope Is obscure, the first microscope The ox-pecker, it bird Inhabiting the
Several home F. J. Fowler and two children
department m
la generally believed to have dark continent, Is so called from Its
,, r' were present at this meeting.The been the guests of her brother been made by Zachnrlas Jansen, a fondness for being around domesticand IN THE

social committee composed H. L. Fowler and family for I Dutchman. In 1500. The Invention\ other catt e, which It rids of various

it' Mrs. Edwards Mrs, Eastman short while. also attributed to Galileo about 1610. parasites. It Is said that It actually ,
I Microscopes with double glasses appeared eats larira holes In frtiA flaattv mi.*..
--1kr Ft. --- ---=: -- ---- -- --------- soon after the'discovery of theJtw of the backs of cattle, often; one or Ford Weekly Purchase PlanS

of the refraction of light about two Inches deep, and two or three
: lb 1624; but It was not until the Invention Inches in diameter, thus creating bad ,
I of the acrouiatlc leas and its application sores. It does this little by little, and
I'I to the microscope by Lister day by day, attacking just that part
-U14 'Itl W1nchI ? and others that the Instrument becameOf of the back where the ox cannot swish

:,I positive Value In the cause ofclence. U off with Its tall or dislodge it with You can now buy and pay for a Ford

Tile binocular microscope was Tts horns." The bird Is a pest to the Car out of weekly earnings the I
; Invented by Professor Rlddell In 1831.: hunter,. of whose approach It warns your on
!!I, the" buffalo and rhinoceros by Its loud, Ford Weekly{ Purchase Plan.

_-I I i Where Lake Erie Got Its Name. harsh note, which l la perfectly understood
$50 for
by its huge friends.
Lake Erie took Its name from a
'i Painting tribe of Indians, of Iroquois stock, but Thousands of families are taking advan-

jk not belonging to the Iroquois confederacy Jack Frost's Doing. tage of this new way to buy a Ford and
: known as the Xries, who livedIn An egg expands. when It Is frozen
he western part of New York state and breaks Its shell. Apples contractso will soon be driving their own cars, en-
: or on/the south shore of the lake. Mr. much that a full barrel will shrink joying all the benefits and advantages of
Henry (tonnett. an officer\ of the United until the top layer U a foot"below the
States geological survey, and chairman chine. When the frost Is drawn out motor transportation.The .
IIi1* 't'I $500 for of the United States geographic the apples assume their normal size
board. In his. "Origin of Certain I'lace and fill\ the barrel again.
RepairingA1000 Names In the United States," gives the Certain varieties. are not appreciably Ford Weekly! Purchase Plan is amazingly -

following: "Krle one of the Great Injured'by being frozen if the frost Is simple. You can enroll with an
q Lakes from erie, ertke, or erlgn I drawn out gradually. Apples will '
weaning 'wild cat' the name of an ancient carry safely In a refrigerating cur I initial payment as low as five dollars each ,

tribe on Its borders." while the mercury li registering fully week You add to your first paymentas
20 degrees below zero. :
'I : cent Investment JONAH AS MOSLEM PROPHET Potatoes being so largely composed much or as little as you feel you can
per of water, are easily frozen. One afford.' % .
4: 'it" f Follower of Mohammed Regard His touched by frost they are ruined. II i
,_ I''That" the way to look at painting-as an investment, not Tomb as One of Their Moat '.

_ ; t : te an expense. Look around you at the houses going to rack Holy Place BRADFORD This money is placed in the bank and :,
.. ; i i and ruin. What is ,
doing it? The weather. There is only -
t, one defense against weather and that is paint. But paint, Close to the mound In Mesopotamia Bradford, April 27Mr. and Mrs. draws interest. In a short time your deposits -' '

'I ',, M like weather, is of many kind-J. Beware of the fair weather that 'once was Nineveh; la another, C. M. -Andrea and daughter, Blanche, plus the interest paid by the bank, ,
paint. It does not protect, it only deceives. Buy a paint known to the Arabs as Nebl-Yunus.
:r '". were attending to business In Starke will be sufficient obtain
J to
: that has proved its staying atop of which U the tomb of Jonah. / delivery
.L Saturday afternoon.
How the .
followers of Mohammed came the I car. !-v[
s/; .','.,' (Sherwin-Williams Houao efficient la protecting property.. It to adopt this perfectly good Hebrew The many friends of N. G. Hayes, ,
*? ... Paint, Prepared) ha* a fifty-year putt an armor between your as one of their own prophets Is not Jr., are very glad to note that ha is
record. Its
: ingredient are what buildings and the element and
': experience ha.. proved to be mart ala adds beauty and rloanlinnx. tomb clear but the fact remains that his improving after a period of sickness. Start today and before you realize it you
has been a Moslem shrine for ,
Wrm. Leonard Cook has been
numbered will be
daring Ford ,
upward of a thousand years observes your own
on the sick list this week.
4 1 By whIch-method do E. Alexander Powell In Harper's :Magazine. I
,r you prefer C. M. Andreu was in Brooker on

- L to preserve your home The sarcophagus Itself, covered Monday.
with priceless Persian shawls, the offerings 'J. Harrell was attending to bust-
'. of pilgrims, stands In tbe center ness at Worthington Springs Satur J. W. Andrews Jr.A..thorized

:: i CONSUMERS of a square, vaulted chamber, the ,day. .,; .
LUMBER floor of whichls
considerably below FORD
H. C. Andrea went fishing and had Dealer
the) level of the ground, thereby giving ....
:.. : .. STARKE. FLA. the Interior which Is lined with extremely good luck" his catch, "being r
-.q porcelain tiles of the "loaf shade of 99 perch. The Bank of SUrke ia acting a. depository for payment

m 'J. Lumber Paint, Roofing Builder Hardware and Persian blue a most refreshing coolness latU Junlta-Adr. was sick a made,in Connection with the F.ni Weekly Purckaae*
S Supplies and Sporting Good., especially Baieball after the snn rlar*> atslde. few days last week. 1aD.

3. TenniM and Fishing Sappliet. : Depending from th}. dome by a sllTer Mr. and Mrs. Stewart passed thru ,

;r ,., chain, "l.Jim I1? they- .,_swjng-dlrectlj! here enroute to Worthington- last.

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