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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME\ FORTY-FOUR. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. \ I, 1923. NUMBER FOI 'rY.Jo'IVE.

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28TH ANNUAL COOFTHEBRADFO 'MMENCEMENET I FEDERAL OFFICERS TAKE UP LARGE CROWD ATTEND t..'f'l: ,

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.. ]RD HIGH SCHOOL I ALLEGED PEONAGE. CHARGE .MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES L yy ;

1 RECITAL GIVEN IIY AIRS. HUGH. 1 I.ES' I. ,
The twenty-eighth annual commencement -' FUNERAL' : OF MR. GRANT: Tallahassee, April 29.() -The federal mixed in with a shipment of prisoners Memorial Day, a lay of gentle j I .it '
of the B. H. ., has been government has stepped Into Flori from the local jail to the logging memories and loving tribute to those PUPILS a
narked exceptionally fine exercisui The people of Starke were greatly, dfs convict flogging affairs it became i camp. who gave their lives fur their coun- I
the school auditorium week, saddened to hear of the death of Mr. known here today when Fred Cubberly 'I The death of Thompson has beena try; a day set apart Par strvwing the The recital given Friday evening .
and lame crowds of appreciative lis- W. J. Grant, who died Sunday eveningin U. S. district attorney, announcedhe subject of inquiry by the legislative graves with flowers\ for want of a better by the pupils of Mrs. Nelle Hughes'// 4 +
errors were in attendance each evening St. Augustine, after a lingering ill- had under consideration making committee- Two doctors have means of testifying love, regret music and expression classes was one ; .
Under the principe'ship' of ness. \ the leasing of Ned Thompson, 65- testified to having treated the negro, : and tender recollection. was observed of the most artistic and, pleasing en- ,t, 9.'
Prof S. ''S. Dowling and his corm|' of The body was brought here Tues- year old negro, by J, R. Jones, deposed and one gave the cause of death as I in .Starko under the auspices of W. tertainments ever given by childrenin r
tflcient teadiers the entire school has day morning and the funeral took I sheriff of Leon county, to the Putnam I tuberculosis. Sheriff Jones denied the : T. Weeks chapter, U. D. C. The business Stn rke. C]
lone splendid work during the past place Tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Lumber Company, a subject ofa negro hud been leased out, whilo Pop- houses were closed during the The piano selection! were beautifully t') r'I
u-rm. from the residence of his brotherinlaw federal grand jury investigation. pell, former jailer, told the committee hour for the exercises and u large performed, and showed that the l
Sunday evening the baccalaureate Dr. O. L. Haynes, and was at- An agent of the department of justice the negro was sent to the camp crowd came to honor the memory of \cjuldren possessed much tlaent. All +
M-rmon was preached by Dr. A. E. tended by a large number of friends, arrived here several days ago and later brought back with his back the soldiers who died in the War I IV- of the motion songs were carried out .
Dunham, of ,the Episcopal church, his many of them coming from out of and conducted an inquiry as to whether ': lacerated from many licks from a tween the States arAl in the World with charming rhytmic graoe and one
text being, "The Son of Man fame town. The funeral service was performed Thompson was held in peonage. He I whipping boss' strap.It might imagine that they hud a gllmI .
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not to be ministered,unto but to minister ,! by Rev. Treadwell, presiding made a report to, Mr: Cubberly, who :I also became known today that War.A committee, composed of Mrs. P.'I'j i I pee into fairyland while listening to r ,tt
," and his serntffn' was a classic elder of the Jacksonville district of is now laying plans to present the 'I federal agents have worked extensively E. Canova,, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs.'l the sweet-voiced\ little girls, like fair. q 1'ies
gem of duty and high ideals. Grace M. E. church, who was also a matter to the grand jury which con- in investigating alleged peon W E. Davis, and Mrs. O. L. Beaslt'y'l I in their gauzy frocks of (lower- + "
The graduating class occupied reserved personal) friend of the deceased. Rev. venes in Pensacola during the first! age conditions among the lumber tastefully decorated the I like tints. t LJ h.
seats at the front, and were Treadwell was assisted by Dr. W. A. part of May.Thompson. camps in this section, particularly in church with a profusion of beautiful I I The expression' numbers were well r ;
the subject of mach favorable comment 'Myers, pastor of Riverside Park is now dead, dying, it is the territory in which the Putnam flowers, Spanish mOils and flags. The!,done and caused much mirth. The ... P !
'The class of 19-3 is composedof Methodist church, of Jacksonville.'of claimed, In the Leon county jail after Lumber Company operates. The in veterans of J. J. Dicktson Camp occupied last number, "Waitin'" Down by the 11
Misses Madge Middleton, Joyce which Mr. Grant was a member, and having been leased out to the Put- quiries of these agents have never seats of honor just in front of Mississippi Shore, WitS a ncA aming
Terry, Eleanor Hedges, Ethel Grif- also by Rev. L. B. Simpson, pastor of ,nam Lumber Company, and returned been laid before a grand jury, it is the speakers, their escorts being four success. A young dusky couple, in
fin, Margaret; Long, Hulda Brinson, the Starke Methodist church. Mrs.J. by them because he was not physically I I understood. Scouts from troop No. 1, namely: a motion song, tell of their hearts in's
Messrs. Ras Brinson, Thomas Lim- II L. Briggs of Jacksonville\ sang fit for hard labor. Thompson'sdeath ,i The legislative committee will reconvene Hugh Brownlee, Jr., ,Sam Sternborg? dearinent in negro dialect, while from t tOy '
bauich/ and Charley Johns./ Peace, Perfect Peace, in an 'Impressive Leon authorities assert, was Tuesday morning, reopeningits Joseph Thomas and Owen Griffin. back of the stage a row of pretty
The music was under the able direction I manner, and Rev. Treadwell paida due to excessive floggings he received \ inquiry into the office of County The exercises were opened by little girls echo their reflected sentiments. d
of Mrs. A. E. Wall, who train- high tribute to the lit of the deceased at the I lease camp before being re- Judge Willis, of Leon county who Is "America" being sung by the choir The entire recital and greatt'retit of ,,, "
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ed a choir of twenty-four excellent I who\ for many years was an jected. charged with having entered into col- and audience, accompanied! by Mrs. on patience 1
voices and the music for the eveningwas honored employe of the East Coast The aged negro came in contact fusion with former Sheriff Jones in DeWitt C. Jones as pianist. Kev. L. their instructor, Mrs. Hughux.
superb, with Mrs. DeWitt C. I Railway Company. with the county convict lease system connection with the leasing of prisoners W. Kickliter, a veteran' of the War With few changes, the program last wcuk.was
Jones accompanist. The first number William Jefferson Grant was bornin through an alleged error, there being to the Putnam company. Between the States, made a feeling carried out a* printed r
was as, Come Thou Almighty King, South Carolina, in 1871, and came no charge against him at the time After the Willis case is disposed of invocation, which was followed by Those taking part in this Lena lovely Bell recital 1 +
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choir and audience followedby to Florida when he was quite a young ie. was sent to the camp of the lum- the committee will enter upon reported Miss Lucile Mitchell, president of the were: Patsy ,
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sung Eunice Canova ,
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two splendid choruses, Gloria by man, living in Starke for several bar company. A peace warrant was brutalities at the private lease Children of the Confederacy, recitingin and Shepard, ,
Mozart and Hark! Hark! My Soul years, where fie was united in mar taken ou.t against him by'a negro convict camp formerly owned by .Senator a beautiful manner "Memorial Day Maurice Morgan, Kenolla Snyder, Beatrice
Johns. Lillian Carrie Sara
by Schelly. Rev. L. B. Simpson, Rev.J riage to Miss Bessie Haynes, only woman and,! as a result he became Knabb, near.Macclenny! HomOKe." A touching! poem referring Vivian Kite tussle t
daughter of the Jate Dr. and Mrs. J. to the World War, Hope Haynes, ,
J. Bullen/Rev.- T. J. Hedges and I Mae Bennett, Elizabeth Kendrick, Lucille ,, ',+
assisted in the O. Haynes, and to this union was born "Spring, IBID," was read by entitled'i '
Rev. W. E. Daugherty ROUGH ON-RODDENBURRY Johns, Elizabeth Andrews, Clara 1
one son, Haynes, Grant. W. White, and "Tenting on the Old
exercises.The Louise Peek, Hazel Adkins, George {
Tate interment took place] in the Camp Ground" was sung by the following
under the direction Jr Ruth Sternberg Lois Col. '
high school play, -- Inman, ,
family lot at Crosby cemetery where quartette, Mrs. Florence> Powell
of.Mrs.. George S. White, was Revs; Treadwell performed the last Evidence Point to 'Death of Forsyth atlon and loss of blod, cnuwod by Roddenburry's Miu Hilda Struth John Powell Icy Hazel Mlddleton Lola Adkins, a ,
Monday evening, the play being Unmerciful Whipping lash at the command of Mary Canova and Inez Hodges ; ,
/given sad rites, and Mrs.-J. L. Briggs and Through and D. P. Carpenter. "Silent Victors,"
entitled "Esmeralda," a comedy dra- T. J. Knabb faint and fall to the
Mrs. A. Z.: Adkins Jesus ,
I|I softly sang} Riley's noted poem, was impressively
ma in four acts. The play was a Lover of My ''Soul. The grave was Since the unsavory Knabb and Rod- ground. One day I fainted and fell read.by Mrs. Nelle hughes.The MISS UKINSON'S: ; DANCR FOR t '
marked success from start to finish, banked with a profusion of Easter denburry mess was stirred up throughthe in the water and would have drowned, speaker of the day, Kev. L. B. SENIOI<<
and for high schol students the act. and calla lilies, gladiolus and other White case, evidence is coming but was pulled out by a negro fellow SlmjiKon, was introduced by Miss ,' -f' y
ing was remarkably well done. The choice flowers, many of them being .to light about the hellish treatment convict. After he pulled me on a gank Amelia Ray; president of the local Miss Josephine Brlnnon. entertained .' ,.. o l
audience. appciated the play .to the ,' sent"1'rom'St. Augustine and Jack I received by the defenceless convicts Long hit me a few licks, and when I I chapter, U. 1>. C. Mr. Simpson referred in honor' of tho :Senior: Class Tues- i
fullest extent and ,round after roundof sonville. at Knabb's turpentine camp in Baker failed to respond or move, being un to tho occasion with the old day evening, at the home of her parents ,
applause greeted the players. I' Among those from out of town attending I county. County Judge R. A. Green, able to either' speak or move, I was time fervor of a Southerner to the Mr. and Mrs. T. A, Hriniion. on '
Those taking part in the play were: of Bradford has taken the mat- thrown on a wagon.
the funeral were the follow county 4 manor born; and urged the audienceto North Walnut street
Frank Carpenter, Hulda Brinson, ing members of the Order of Railway ter up in behalf of some prisonerssent "I was there with one Bob Forsyth, appreciate the great sacrifice made The ilW'oniUoim( of this spacious. (
Ethel Griffin, Charley Johns, Gerald Conductors: W. O. Jackson, H. F. there from this county, more especially of Bradford county. He was beaten I by those who gave their liven' for home were of the dims colors, geld,. +
Mi&lleton, Hamilton Ritch, Margaret Tedder, N. L. Pace, J. II. Carter, E. on account of the death thereof four times the first day. lie was a I their country, pointing to Jesuit whit! and, green! and white roses, callu /
Long, Audrey Johns, Alvin Beck, J. Squires, J. r;. Edwards, Walter Ha- Bert Forsyth, sent to the camp young white man, physically weak. Christ who sacrificed his \life to save lilies and. ferns, also! crepe paper ; J '1
Comer Long and Eleanor Hedges. gan, J. O. Usina and R. D. Wells. July 11, 1022, and who died there On Tuesday, the second, day he was I us from sin.j Stonewall Jackson was word used in profusion. The dining '
The commencement: address was Friends and relatives, Mr. Grant, a July 24th. Forsyth was a young man beaten that day, but it was many cited as an ideal soldier, a man of room was cl..nrl"tor\ dancing, which t
given Tuesday evening by Dr- W. G. brother of deceased, R. O.' Daniel, not afflicted with any constitutional times more than on Monday. This prayer and childlike faith. I was the Amusement of the evening ?
Dodd head of Woman's Colleat Mrs. J. L. Edward Mrs. J. O. trouble and if his treatment had been torture continued until Saturday noon, When the exercises at the church until a late hour. a, '
Tallahassee, who mentioned in his Mr. and Mrs. S. W. McCarl, uKlna'1 reasonably good, there seems to have when he had been weakened, until he were concluded a committee from tho : The hostess served refreshments of ; 1
able address some of the fundamentals Augustine, Mrs. J. L. Briggs, of I been no reason for such an untimely could not travel, lie fainted and fell U. D. C., the C. of C., and the Boy cake, brick ice cream in gold, white
of success in life, namely: health sonville, Mr. and !Mrs. Ovid Haynes, death. 'on his back. Long had a negro to Scouts proceeded to Crosby cemeteryand and green, and wan assisted. in serving (
clean moral 4ife, service and high Hampton. I Judge Green waited until William cut and bring him three blackgum under the direction of Mrs. S. E. by Mrs. Hunt and Miss. Inez Moltt '
ideals. I Pallbearers\ were, active, Messrs.H. Clark aid Allen Yates, white, :I"d' rods about seven feet long, Ho boat Brownlee, chairman of cemetery committee Punch wan served. by Miss Thelma
The senior class was seated on the F. Tedder, Walter Hagan, N. L. Bob Purnell, colored, had served out I'them into a frazzle on Forsyth, and decorated with flag, laurel Brinson. ,
stage, which Ms decorated in the Pace, W. O. Jackson, J. H. Carter, E. the sentences at the Knabb camp beat him over the head with one of wreaths and flowers the graves of The guests Included the Senior clan
class colors of green, white and !gold J. Squires; honorary, Messrs. J. M. and then procured from each an affidavit : them. After Iforsyth regained con those who rest after the last roll call. and the following guests: Powell Carpenter
ferns, Easter lilies and crepe paper 'I' Mitchell, F. F. Stump, O. L. Beasley, as to their prison experien es. sciousness he was unable to walk to At Crosby cemetery there are buried John Powell, J. E. Corpening,
being used in a harmonious manner.In Roger Wells, J. O. Usina, R. O. Daniel These affidavits, with comments by I camp but was put on a wagon. Whenarriving forty-three Confederate soldiers,, Allan Canova, Eugene Griflln of Jacksonville I
the rear of the (stage, in golden i S. W. McCord. Judge Green, have been presented to I I, at the.camp, Roddenburry live Federal soldiers two world war Mr. Brice and Dr. Brinson,
letters. was the nloai._-- motto;, "Toniurhtwe .- a Governor Hardee, State Attorney beat him with a strap unmercifully, soldiers and six Daughters of the of Baldwin, Minxes Thelmu Brinson.
launch; where shall we anchor?" I CORPENING-BRINSON. Crews 'and the chairman of the com He (Forsyth) groaned all day Sunday Confederacy.MRS. Audrey Johns, Lucilu Deal Inez Moltt p
The evening's program was as missioners of this county. Our space and Sunday night. I tried to administer Florence Matthew and Aubrey Brfnion. 3,
lows: fOl'l Mr. Jesse Eugene Corpening and allow to only copy one of. the af; to him Sunday night, but was MITCHELL ENTERTAINED .
Invocation-Rev. L. W. Miss Hulda Estelle Brinson1 were fidavits eptlre. cursed out by Homer Motes, night K. K. KLUH
Piano Duet, Hungarian quietly married in Jacksonville last William" Clark says under oath: boss, and made ti> let him alone. For- MR. ANIY MRS. INMAN ENTERTAIN 1' f
Gussie Mae Bennett, Mary Canova. Sunday afternoon at 2:30: at the "I was sent to the camp for four syth died Monday afternoon. No doc Mrs. J. M. Mitchell entertained the AT BRIDGE
The Possibilities of,Life-Ras Brin- : Methodist parsonage, Rev. C. II. Hen- months, but the convict lessee, T. J. tor ever attended him K K. Klub Monday afternoon In hon -

son, salutatorian. ('dry performing the ceremony. Knabb, held me in servitude for five ,. "One Walter Whitten, colored, was or of Mrs. ''Otis Barge, of Atlanta,, Mr. and Mrs. G. M.,Inman entertained -
Some Present Day Opportunities j This announcement came as a great days after my term had expired. The sent from Bradford county; while I and Mfss Clara Mae Durden, of Tam- the 20th Century bridge club:
Miss Madge Middleton, valedictorian.Piano surprise to the friends of the contracting first day I came to the convict campI I was there. When he arrived there, I pa.Yellow Wednesday evening at their attractive :-
Miss Brinson wasa was put to dipping turpentine. Iam nasturtiums and blackeyedSUllallS decorated with
Solo, Rustle of Spring-Miss parties, as learned that he had been shot in the home, which wan
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Eunice.Perkins. member of the senior class of 1923 a Northern white boy, aged 18 shoulder Home time before. He was were used to decorate the attractive pink roses and ferns. .
AddresS-Dr. W. G. Dodd. and took part in the commencement years at that time, andhad never seen [put to work with thu rest of us and roms, and punch was served The hostess served cake with pink; ... t
II and the announcement of turpentine dipped. After I had and the favors
Presentation of Diplomas-Supt. exercises any complained and groaned night and covered and white brick cream,
the marriage did not take place until tried to dip three trees, doing the were pink carnations. '
B. Wiggins. day with pain in/ his side. lie was
Those promoted: from the grammar Wednesday morning. best I could I was Beverly cursed and I.beaten almost continuously, until be cloth, the bowl being surrounded by The /guests included Mr. and Mrs. C t
achool: to the high school were, Mary The happy couple motored to Jacko beaten nearly to death by Clarence was unable to get out ol bed. lie was yellow nasturtiums. Mrs. Clyde Alvarez N. Sternburg, Mr. and Mm.\ F. F. tJ
Canova, Elizabeth Kendrick, Florence sonville Sunday morning and there Long a guard. I was beaten until in bed four days, then was compelledby of Jacksonville\ and Mrs. E. L. | Stump, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.'Andrew, +
Andrews, Gus ie Mae Bennett, Elise met' Miss Josephine Brinson, Ras my back was skinned from my neck"all Roddenburry to go to work and wan Biggs presided over the punch bowl,,,I Jr., MIsH Mabel, Weller, J. J. Truby, k
Jones, Harriet Ritch, Clarissa Carter, Brinson and Mrs. Hunt, and the party the way down. I wa beaten six given a severe beating. The next and Mrs. Edward Burns assisted the Mr. Florence Powell, Mrs. Nelle ''
Eth- the where the times the first day by him. I was hostess In and serving,. E. L. ,
Edna Manning, Hazel Middleton, went to parsonage morning he wa found dead in his bed. entertaining Hughes, Dr. and Mrs Biggs, Jr
el Moore, Grace Wood, Bertha Wil ceremony,was performed. The bride beaten every morning thereafter, before The bridge game resulted in Minn Mr. and Mrs. O. Ll: Beasley and W. f '
son, Frederick Struth, Frank Pattee was becomingly attired in a dress of we left the stockade to go to "I prefer death to another term in Hilda Struth winning first prize, a A. B "lIent.
No. shoes.J .
Sammy Sternberg, Owen Griffin, Eu- ashes of roses canton crepe with work. They gave us cornbread and this earthly hell. I wear 7 bottle of perfume, and Mrs. J. W. Andrews -
Matthews, Joseph Thomas. which she wore a black cape and a beans to eat. I had only three bis- was given a pair of No. 9's, with Jr., made low' score and received PRESBYTERIAN '
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After the presentation of diplomas black picture hat. cuits during the months I was there.I tacks in them that pierced my feet I a bottle of talcum powder., -
t land certificates, the benediction was Mrs. Corpening Is the second daughter was beaten after my four months was not given time to remove them. The honor guests, Mrs Barge and Sunday *chooh"-t 10 a. m. '
t" |performed by Rev. T. J. Hedges. of Mr. and Mrs. T. A, Brinson andis had expired. '''J. Roddenburry ia We left camp at-daybreak" and returned Mis Durden, were presented with Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
Attractive and popular memberof the boas at the camp, and he sees to a. sundown. bridge slates. 8 p. m.Last. (f
j SPRING MUSICALE the younger set. Mr. Corpeningcame it that every man gets all the beat Bob Purnell says in his affidavit Crystallzed'candiea were used on Sunday Evangelist King sang/
here from Marlon, N. C., abouta ing he is physically able to tand. We that, pending the arrival of the prison the card tables, and for refreshment u* a beautiful song and, preached usa
{t Mrs. A. Z. Adkins will give a spring year ago and has won friends by were'forbidden' to tell the inspector, Inspector, he wa told to wash the the hostess served cake and walnut very helpful sermon. ,
Musicale, for the benefit of the Wo- his gentlemanly conduct and strict not knowing thus and when the inspector men's lacerated backs and rub in and pineapple brick cream in yellow T. J. HEDGES,
man's Club next. Tuesday evening adherence; to business. lIe la a memo had left I was beaten by Rod burnt alum in order to hide the scars and white, and the favor were nasturtium f Minister.
May the 8th at her home on North ber of the firm of Turner,Drug Com,:. denburry almost to unconsciousness.Just After Foreyth'e-death it was given *.
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Walnut street pany. Mr. and Mrs. Corpening will before I left T. J. Knabb, owner out, and, believed here that he arrived The guest enjoying this party CARD OF THANKS .
The local talent will be assisted by keep house at the Brinson .home on of the camp, sent Roddenburry word, at the camp lick and had been were: Mrs. Edward Burn, Mr. Florence --:- t
the following out of town musicians: N. Walnut street. that if he.could not get more out of under a doctor1 care doing practically Powell, Mi's* Hilda Struth, Mr, We wish to take this means.< of +
Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville ua.for him to quit the job: Upon receipt no work, and that his death was N. Sternberg, Mrs. George A. Collin,I thanking ,our many ,friend. for the I
Miss Alberta Murphtee, Jas.Milton" LADIES AUXILIARY WILL, MEET of this message Roddenburry sudden, caused apparently by heart Mrs. J. W., Andrew, Jr., Mr*.. F. L beautiful -flowers they sent. In our recent "' x
Gainesville, Mrs. Grace Htlditch.Wat. 'The'Ladtes, Auxiliary'of the Presbyterian doubled hi* effort, .nT the torture failure. The affidavit all tell the Turner, Mr. A. Z. Adkini, Mr*. O.. bereavement
son, Jacksonville, and Mr. J. C. _church will meet Monday and inhumam treatment that we- underwent same itory. It t* hoped that the authorities L. Beasley Miss Mable Welter, Mr.. Ed R. Neff and Family.
Adkins of Gainesville.The evening ;at the home of Mrs. E.. M. i is, uiupeakable. These human they have been forwarded to E. L' ,Bigg, Mis Margaret Wyman.,
music'lovers of this vicinityare Davis, on W. Madiaen'itreet.. AH vulture" and tyrant{ beat, u* and will not let this !matter! pass by a* oi 'Boston,f Mr. Clyde Alvarez 01 t Miss Hilda Struth will leave tomorrow
anticipating this! event with-much members urged toj>e present as officer caused us to be beaten until I have little Importanee, but bring the guilty Jacksonville, and Miss" Clara May Dur. for Wlldwood to visit her slater

plea ure. will be.elected. seen many men,' weakened from *.ta"10. parties to account. den, of,Tampa. .. Mrs. L. M. DeSha.
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nerved them, then they announced !standing/ to paint the side of the S. S.

their Business The waiters heat Persian, Merchants and Miners Com-

''v 2 them up. pany ship, was capsized by swNli D 9 'i .
of the Clyde Line river /steamer Oscco- .
Sere tb.
Weaver 23, of Ohio and 1 '
Tuesday the new bridge over the la. William WnppereThe 'The

Il Manatee river at Rye was completed M. Olivares, 20 of Valpariso, Chilo, ,

by Contractor Edison Curry and disappeared beneath the ship and
J their bodies'have not been found. G.
the Completion -
thrown open to public.
j
L. Edwards and John Barker, who I
bridge will be good newsto
of this
; ",i, eJ ,l those having business in that part write thrown into the river with Weaver General Development Company

and Olivares swam to a nearby if California, a large company operating I I
of the country. '
craft.Mr.A.K.Purdy. ; 38 plants for the reduction offish Telegraph"<

is over. to meal and oil, have been making r .
Pi i The strawberry season
detail inspection of ports on the Gulf I
of the
I'lant City shipped 4,089,988 qparts, president I
for which the growers received $1-li Lake City Dehydrating Co.,left Wed- of Mexico from Galveston to Key

f 06v 070.12. Of course, it costs a lot nesday morning for Chicago, III., and West in order to determine the best V
possible location for the first plant
i of money to produce and prepare such Detroit, Mich., In the interests of the

ti a crop for shipment, but after deducting Dehydrating,: Co. Northern capital jn thu gulf At present the plants N '
,ire located on the Pacific coast, in
that the become interested in the
will
oil costs it Is probable I likely
*realized more than $300,001)from I Lake City plant as stockholders. Already Washington State and Califorpia, f '
II growers three in Mexico, ono in Norway, one
has received from
Mr.\ Purdy
4 their lub"r and good judgment. .
"
In Novia Scotia and one in Alaska. ,
favorable replica .
I loading manufacturers
!
r 'd .
After an exhaustive Investigation the .
federal and state officials negotiating: for large consignments I III
c M I When One officers of this company decided on St.
f Hoist .f of dehydrated products. '. "
raided the home of Victor I Andrews Bay as the best location for '
4 bottles of large tomato sauce manufacturer will i .
and nabbed 1,857 -
i Pensucola
Mr. H. Y. Hanon -
heir first gulf plant
of dehydrated ;
lions probably take the entire output -
155
and also
home-made beer ({
s the president! of this company,
? ;r ,, of beer! yet in stone crocks and in tomatoes.Ed was recently here and will return fori Is of the necessaries

1} process of fermentation! they did not I stay of several months, and Mr. E.U. one
then realize what an Important raid Anuerson! :33> engineer aboard '
of
Davis is here now in charge of life for Bradford
1 J they were making, for the beer tested -,, the S. S. Lydonia, was fined $250 by the installation of machinery and the ,
better than 7 cent at the Municipal Court Judge J. J. Heck-
w r : out per starting of the plant. County people and that
; branch of the state laboratory. hum, of Jacksonville' when convicted I I
__ I Ii fChokoloakeeCor. of driving an automobile while intoxi- I
l I INDUSTRY; this fact is "
y THE GOPUEIt becoming more
i
br, 1 ISstcro: Eagle: We eaed. The case was pending in the police I

-. 1 .. r moonshine and red court for several days to await I
have lots of booze, I I' and recognized all
'.' Some cf the team drunk 1 further evidence. The fino It the high I Saturday afternoon when Peggy'arrived more .
h liquor. Starke she had in I her exi i I '
in
est imposed by Judge Beckham in a '
I I every, day, and yesterday they moonshir hadi' a- number of weeks.; It was the engineer's press car, beside the inevitable two -I the time is seen by the
of best
racket and one our
i' the 'crates of chickens from Brooker, a .
sam
second on
ml I bootleggers! got cut up corn appearance' number of subscribers
I !
i era Dell billed tPensacola. new -
I from
f : and tho charges lIe was fined the first time 'crate of gophers 1#
'I t
and blod flowed! very freely, I'
II' 'I and then told if he was arrested agaii .
took him tEvertcludu "
that able up added
ones were to
.i : : on a similar chrge he would receive Bull is famous for its gophers. The constantly
to get his hide patched usa \ I '
c
;e' the mximum flne. soil, rich in phosphate and lime, pro-I
A would not leak so bad. list. the
it \
; I duce pepper grass, wild onions and I our Join procession :

,1 ., "' ,. W D. Taj In a statement issued by the depart, wild mustard, on which the gopher I and find what ; :
1 't' A mad dog belonging: to feed. The ground being slightly saltj out : .
shown thu
ment of the interior it was \ I'
I lor who works! for the Baker .County salt! is absorbed through the gopher'skin .
t : more than 17,009,000< acres of land in I is home
Sales Company of Mucclcnny, ran hud salting the flesh, and the herb going on at .,
have
Florida and elsewhere never
amuck one day last week and befor make hotter tha '
mentioned the meat :
he could be killed, bit several person: their titles thoroughly/ perfected did because hot tamalo, and cannot be eaten in Its I and abroad
those who received grants
wh His head was shipped to the Stat natural state. But during shipmen
land
The
r 1 s Board of Health at Jacksonville anD.r not take up their patents. from Bell to Pensacola, the tigh .

1 Markey\ who treated the people offices reporting these Irregularities packing causes the gophers to sweat I

l? r' 00, who were bitten by the dog, receive are In Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and on arrival the meat is delightfully .. .
Florida. -
Alabama and Investigation
1 a report from, the Bqtird\ of Ilealt these flavored and I need neither salt nor -

: that the dog had a case of the rubies Just conducted shown bnclPas that spices, our informant tells us. NI'dat < 0 .. I
far
land patents, dating \ as s
social event in Pensacola during
1800 Issued by the general Innsomee -
that LIz- were
of the probe
As a climax the gopher season is complete without -
in the of settlers am[
ii 1' zie Diaz, 36, prisoner in the Duva name soups or stews made from the
v homesteaders puhlic lands, but
Got upon .
.tt'n by .
county j"1 j ,
Dell product.
homesteaders failed to call ir i
P. Stewart, night jailer, who was alsi that the Per Year '
to for them. Only $2.00
,; charged with inducing the woman .'1'EIlLE: ,
i visit his quarters in the jail at night, .

a 1 Stewart was fired by Sheriff' It. E. Falling from a boat and drowning $1.00 for Six Months .
i
that befell Byrd Vin- Five Mile, May .1.-During the higl
Merritt, and within two hours afte wall the sad fate/
'
t the investigation closed the Diaz woman son, a young Levsburg man Sunday.He winds Sunday, the residence occupied I .. in advance ';-

attempted-eulcide in her cell by; wns out on Lnke Harris in a small by T. Murphy and family was deatroyed -

;h +1 i drinking a quantity of disinfectant boat with a companion in the morning by fire. By the heroic effort I

; II' fishing and in leaning over the side of r neighbors most of the household '.' t

Cashier Joe M. Young, of the Citl- of the craft lost his balance and fell L-ffects fere saved, but ;he contents of a .

.e.;; .1 tens Dank of Eustis, met with a wry overboard, sinking to the bottom before the kitchen, two barrels of syrup am ,

Ft. peculiar and painful accident Wed his companion, could! rescue him. the farming Implements stored in a .

d t nesijuy afternoon. Mr. Young wmwaiting Mr. Vinson was about twenty-five nearby building were consumed by .

for a telephone connection, years of age, the son of Mr. and Mrs the: flames. ..

with the receiver at his ear, when ex W. F.. Vinson\ and had been employedfor There was no insurance.Mrs. .
r
+ change rang in on the wire, and si sometime by Eaves Allison at his P. P. Dekle, Mrs. B. F. Gain ,

1 ; a' startled the cashier that he struct fernery. The body was recoveredLurly ;ty and mother, Mrs. Stokes, J. Williams -

.. his fac,j on the instrument, laceratinK I Monday morning. and Ona Dekle were visitors to Address all letters and remittances to .
Lake Butler Wednesday
him the appearance -
his nose, giving
; '" of having come in contact with ai I, What might have been a very serious Mrs.: Dyal and !Miss\ Eva Dyal were
k ,a, of Mrs. Florence Andrews or Bradford County Telegraph
t expert in pugilism wreck was averted Wednesday ruests .
afternon, by the pluck and nerve of Sunday. I .!1
't e First shipments of cattle from thi un aged couple, Mr. and Mrs. Ballen- Mesdames! II. Q. Touchstone, J. M: [. .
1 The Roberts J. M. Mott and P. P. DekU Starke Florida .
section In nearly three years were tine, living near Sutherland. ,

fit, .,t v, made lust week, when the King, Parker couple had gone to a creek near the railed on Mrs.\ Lena Drawdy Weiines- t

and Hollingsworth interests loaded city to fish and arrived to find the lay.
/
y ( more than 2,000 head at the Palm trestle on which the A. C. L railway Dr. J. E. Maines was a profession. 1 '

dale and Arcadia yards There were. crosses the creek in (lames. The aged al l visitor here Thursday and Sunday .

t, 1,105 hood shipped from Palmdal.! couple, realized that there was dangerof Mr. and Mrs.\ R.. L. Duke, L. GFohnson .

iN Tuesday. It is understood that the! a train going through the trestleso and I). I. Blume were guest! ,t, .. 1

: shipments were part of l '<) head of) Mr Ballentine waded the creek in of Mr. and Mrs. P. 1'. Dekle Sunday r "

cattle: that. have been sold by three water almost deep enough to force ast. -\

interests. The remainder will be dip him to swim, and walked up the track T. II. Rimes and daughter, Mrs.

ped and shipped as rapidly. they car and stopped a freight train that was C.; K. Rivers, were here Saturday.J. ,- }

be gathered. .headed for the bridge at a lively clip. D. and W. H. Rimes called or

_} YS '. The train was stopped only a hundred :Marcus Dekle Sunday.M. -

3 John Lindquist, who was a resident yards, from the burned trestle. Dekle and J. Williams were visItors '.', ,I
hi,
last to Lake Butler Lake Butler or : (
'" 4 at Crystal Springs faring\ the \, J1 ;', ,'! :
a winter, and who had spent several Champion fish story now comes from I Monday. 9 I v .....1.':",.if' ., -\ .\'
"
other winters herepreviously, was Key West, the Citizen of a few days Y
HilUborough river telling of a kingfish weighing METHODIST rS I
!'. drowned in the ago \ ..". ..
r about a mile south of the Ilillsborougl thirty pounds, climbing (in at the window ) ,., ?.

and Pasco county line Saturday. A of a steamship which was tied up Sunday school 1 at 10:06: a m. E. K..

; been her last Saturday. The Citizen Perryma n.superintendent. .
y 4 first it was thought to have ai at pier

4dt' '" accident\ but letters found in his says, "while enjoying the cool At 11:00 next Sunday morning .

', house later, addressed to his friem breezes' on the port side of the at earner here will be a Children's Day pro-

; and neighbor, O. A. Erkson, and a Miami, at her berth in the East ram given by the pupils of the Sunday -

y s friend in New Hampshire, indicate CoastIiiI' Saturady afternoon Chief school. Committee in charge, .

', that death had been prenwdiated.j. Engineer McAbee and Quartermaster trs.\> E. K. Perryman, Mrs. L. A. Dav- ., .G -n. .
'
'
( Russell were surprised to see a large 18, Miss Hilda Struth and Mrs. G. C >

Jacksonville is threatened with a iingflsh come sailing through the port Sweat.! An invitation extended[ to all. rr
vessel." The fish landed Epworth League 7:15: :m Preach.
,, shortage of unskilled labor as a result hole of the p ..
t z r of an exodus: of negroes to northern near one of the men and a fight en- !rig by the pastor Rer. L. B. Simpson. i ;

cities. According. to report lued which lasted several minutes before : Prayer meeting every Wednesday,

h I a reaching city officials several hundred the "king" was subdued. It was vening at 8:00: o'clock.Be .

negroes have gone to S(. Louis, Tour feet long, and made a'' fine dish

41 y 1 Philadelphia and other cities in- .. -the-, fur supper that night. Wise-Advertise -

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FRIDAY. MAY I, 1923.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA
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I .- il:1ulllIruIHuIflIHhIiIuoI: : r 1s'TCiil: :-; \:\ OFl'ICIAI.S: CLAIM I'" ,
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JONES BRANDED AS I i .tuI i KKMIN: Inn KII.U; IN IUO : -
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I I.m: :4i i.;. :, 3iuh.iiipu" '. t tttjh- rank1'uttert.on It's"Usco"llme: ,!.r..\' :: >f 1 ,L

I (lt Orlando, i' la, $outhIU "i'.h" .

DISORACE TO PROFESSION inmate tit Iiontu lUornmtory, died I

from club !blows! on the head in a

prison riot with guards April I 1.2:! were United StatesTircs
,
-- confirmed by Chief Warden Sheiin of a

"?ember of Committee Ik-dares 1 pmunnumi' (explaining- substituted the reformatory. I Ii 0

!fhur: Appearances Indicate (INmitl-, malaria on the permit to uxoid any 1 According to $heun the prisoners i a re Good "Ores30x3V2 ';

'h That 'ral>erCN Rudy Was ( inhnrnt.iim-nt to the youth's family. were staging u noisy demonstrationUKantst ,

.,"'I'lt.Jilnhassee. "Under; oath the physician declared I u feature of reformatory discipline ni -. -.Y .c (t ,.

'he filed the burial permit with the when they were ordered I to

April 27. Troups : State Board of Health. Col. Raymond their cells by Leo KolfV, one of tho

Ii be sent to Dixie county to pro- ,:' 9 ed guards. I'utterson refused to leave
I
he lives, of the witnesses when subse-quently I the curruUr and when Rolfe attempted -

rial of falter Higginbothum, | that no burial permit had been filed I is to force limb knocked tho guard

,id with first decree murder in and that the only knowledge! the down. Other prisoners came to Pat I '4

.'tion with the death of Martin 1 health] ,1<'pllrtn1l'ntnul/ of Tabc-rt's nA.AMCRICAN. terson's aid I and Uolfu was forced tu a I ?g mrtvsa


Iti I declared Representative C'I I It was brought out today before declared l Itolfo used I his club striking I IHE "Usco. ;
nnerly in repotting today to '' the committee that efforts had been Put.ll'rRo Hover the head several time's
nit legisjative) committee of his I' made by Dr. Jones to prove he had would kill him sure. Just to dhow I and knocJllnghim unconscious. The I is still the fabricmoney's ,5f r

Clara Fla., yesterday. filed the permit but the record* of you how the sentiment was running, guard's action, was declared l11 justified I f wafth ofAmerica. l' '

Kennerly expressed the belief l> I I the department show according to the I'll say that one of their crowd startedto casu of self defense. I If
climb the fence dealer
over cemetery I Urlul1 'iho Florida your
the Investigating, committee1'abert's !State health] office that all < legislature I
body wail buried by a 'I''! are issued in serial,numbers and,,peniits there I while the grave was {being/ opened, und I Wil Ibe asked to request an investigation i (1 I I tries to sell: you some 1 ': I! I

,itf{ in the forest near Clara] and' were no breaks in the serial numbers i i.Fisher said 'Oh, don't bother lit to do b> Michigan authorities into II I 'Q thing else he won't bo ,l l'
that, just tear it down-we're our II :
I
tho death
of Frank Iattersun1l
of
the body was moved probablyor in the district in which the Tubert : '
four months ago to Mingo permit could have been issued. country now and we'll do us we please. I Orlando, in u reformatory at Ionia, I surprised if you tell
Where Tabert is Buried from alleged, brutal Mm "No."
it
'cry Prior to Or. Junes taking the stand ;: treatment was
"At least ten or twelve at the cemetery indicated here
I' witnesses testified to having witnessed |
wit-] | told me that Tabert was buried Two prominent Orlando attorneyshave : "UscoV are built by 't ,
the
I flogging of Tabert by IIi<*irin-,
'i,. won't be safe," Mr. Kennerly botham five days before the youth just where Arthur Johnson said he olFored their services free of I the same people who
was buried-the first time-but that charge to tho Patterson to
.1! the committee.nd I family
died. They said it took place before r make Royal Cords. {
they didn't dare to testify. push an into
investigation
if members of this com mi t- ninety convicts and guards and that reports +

are obliged to go there again from fifty to 11!) licks were admin-i I "Well, we put the negro back in the that attendants of tho reformatory This fact counts.Whers .
II'' tips should be sent with them" he istered, some saying they stopped car and got him away from there, for whipped young Patterson to death. tlt

iddfd. The representative related in counting after the fiftieth blow was fear they'd kill him. And I believe Tho yot.th's body was received here

u( 'tail how he and Representative delivered. they would," he reml..ked. from the reformatory where he died I 4

John Clay Smith, comprising a sub- What Jones Swore The committee discussed informal several denys ago C. Hand un un- I '

imimittce, were greeted yesterday at I Dr. Jones told the committee he ly further action pending the receiptof dertaker who took charge of the body to buy U.SJres}

Clara, by a committteo of armed men, made a thorough examination of the means of identification of Tabert's'''declared the skull was fractured in''

when it arrived to inspect Tabert's body and it revealed no sign of the body. I I three places] and the body showed indications J. W. Andrews Jr., Sturkp, I Fla.

grave. strap. Other witnesses declared they "I don't believe our committee ought of brutal treatment. Snuth'H (;arslt'l', Starke, Fla.

Would Remove Jones saw the physician come in and look to waste any more time on them," I I Letters from the inmates of the reformatory Anderson's Garage; Lnwtey. Pla.

The committee which concluded its at Tabert just before he' died, took said Senator Stokes addressing Rep- received by Patterson's S. l II. Morgan' Orange .Park, Fla.
inquiry Into Tabert's death this afternoon body out of the stockade where the resentative Kennerly. "The lumbercompany's I parents, deny that he was injured in
a riot at the school and placed the
attorney invited down ,
you
unanimously adopted a reso- prisoners were kept and that the sheet !
I there and when they got you there blame for his injuries on Leo Holfe.II ,
lution calling the attention of the and mattress stuck to the body from I

State Board of Medical Examiners to' the blood of the b 'y. they tried to intimidate your witness. guard ut the institution.MANUFAC'l'UIiE tables where the perfect pellets are !''daughter, Louise of St. Petersburg ;

the conduct of Dr. T. Capers Jones, Representative Kennerly makinghis The Putnam Lumber Company appar- automatically selected, those having I I'are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. i
physician employed by the Putnam official report, as spokesman for ently controls the county officials and : OK SHOT IMINKALMOST : the slightest imperfections being din- I Harrell[ this week.N. .

Lumber Company, and asked that an the sub-committee that visited Clara 'the courts and everybody in minor MECHANICALLY carded. The shot flows through a i G. llaypn Sr., was in Gainesville a
k
investigation be immediately made to yesterday, related the actions of the 'authority and seems to have every- hopper on to the glass tables, which |last week. r.
the "that the medical body en its payrolls.: I think the If you should ask a hundred exper- .1
end professionbe so-called reception committee to- ,are slightly inclined, and the Pl.r'.ctIwllets '
committee has taken all the action it 'ienced hunters, men who have followed C. M. A ml rou was in llrooker Sat
purged of a seemingly unworthy wardsArthur Johnson a negro and gather sufficient momentum to
can, and that we ought to drop this the Held for many years and fired I urday.
( r'
member. 'former convict at the Putnam Lum- roll down the table and jump a gap i iut '
right; here. shotguns times without number approximately tho base I i I. W. Pinholster and wife, and tho
Dr. Jones testified before the com- ber Company. Clara which is in while those pellets which ,
mittee he had attended Tabert three Taylor county, and Cross City, located Believes Body Was Moved how many pellets there are not round enough to gather the Misses Mann and Ix'ila Mae Andrew '

days before he died while serving a in Dixie county, the adjoining "I am firmly convinced" Mr. Ken- are in an ounce of No. ti chilled shot- required momentum fail to jump the of Hronker attended( the fish fry Saturday ,
the Ue: generally used l in the hunt- .
sentence at the convict lease camp county, are owned by the Putnam nerly added "that Tabert's body was gap and puss into the scrap. Every i ,
of the lumber company. He told the Lumber Company and inhabited by originally buried just where the ne- ing of ducks, rabbits squirrels and pellet passes over a series of a dozen Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Weeks and children

committee that Tabert's body showedno its employes. gro said it was. That crowd claimedthe similar game-the chances. that that of the glass tables, placed one above and, Ella: Mae Hazen of Brooker, l

sign's of any bruises or cuts that :1 "When' I arived at Clara" said body had been in Mingo,; cemetery not one of them could come anywherenear the othl'r.and only those. of perfect I were visitors In Oour community Sunday ;

could have been caused by the whipof ''Mr. Kennerly, "the car the negro since February, 1922. Why, to all the correct number. It is also form can(survive the elimination tents while cnroutu to Worthington 4

Higglnbotham. :[was in was surrounded by a crowd appearances, it hadn't been there probable that few if any of them, Any imperfection whatever, such as
('would l know exactly how the shot is
He gave pneumonia with a compli-,i,of from fifteen to twenty men, high- mare than two or three months, at made. rough edges, slows up the rolling pellet I HIGH COST; OF GIRLS k.
of that most. No roots had grown throughthe that it into of the .
seemed
cation of malaria as the cause ly excited. It to me so drops one 4
The manufacture of shot is however
death. Records of the State Board of every one of them had a gun. I was sand except the small 'feeder (I a most interesting and ingeniousprocess. ;I gaps and goes back to the meltingpot Girls in a big city high school have
Health showed he never made out a told that as soon as the automobilein roots that grow in a few Weeks. The to be made over again. In addition been keeping expense records during f"1
burial certificate.The which Johnson and RepresentativeJ. sand was not packed tight at all. It In every plant where shot I to all this, suinples from each
I is made there is one building which thu year to lieu what! it costs their J. /,
solutlon was introduced by Clay Smith, the other member of was as loose as a child's sand pile. tank of shot are later tested for appearance fathers to support them and keep>> ,
stands out above all others. This
Representative Kennerly at the conclusion the Subcommittee were in drew up The paper label on the coffin bearingthe the so-culled "shot! tower" which rises 1111- j and, roundness by rolling the them in school. A final review of the II j
of his address. Before the to the Clara Mercantile establishment undertaker's spume, was hardly pellets over a glass plate set at an'' budgets showed tho average cost '
to height of nearly 200 feet, and
committee would vote it was amended. William FisheV, superintendentof discolored."I in this a tower the operations employed j anglo of about one-half of onu degree. of books, carfare, dunches, club dues, I.
characterizedDr. the lumber stuck his give it as firm convictionthat j From the last of the glass tables '
The .
original measure company my in making shot begin. The capacityof I'j entertainment, clothing, food], a pro- '
Jones as a disgrace to the profession finger in the negro's face and said: it wouldn't be possible for a the shot tower in a large modern I the shot go into big revolving drums rutu share of the rent, laundry, ined- i

and should be ejected from it. "lions" Threatens Negro grave in Florida sand to be in that plant is 60'tonll of shut day all of where the pellets are sorted into tho ('In., attention and recreation. Seine
u ,
Senator W. A. MacWilliams drew up 1 "Well the negro loked around the condition after a year. All the cir- which Is made, untouched by human various nixes.: Each size of shot goes of thu girls in more affluent circumstances

the: revised resolution, calling on the place for half an hour," Mr. Ken- cumstances taken together, point in I hands, after the bars of lead are put 'through its proper opening In the figured their costs as high as t '

State Board of Medical Examiners to nerly continued, "and you could Bee every way to exactly what has been into the great melting cauldron on screens. The revolving drums are $!)III! 110 r month. From this the figures %i

investigate the record of the physician. he was afraid to point it out. So I said by the witnesses for the prose I the topmost floor of the tower. The equipped with rollers on their outside ranged downward to a minimumof

said to him, 'Arthur can't you find cution." I lead bars weigh approximately 100 surfaces, the functions of the $22 a month.
Jones Owned by Mill the place?' and he said, 'Mr. Kennerly The committee announced before ,,rollers being to prevent the shot from ,
pounds each and are about 2 feet I The experience in keeping>> them
"Jones seems to have been owne d, there's two men stand in. over taking a recess until Tuesday morn- long. sticking in the holes in the screens. i|I I budgets was must valuable to the ,

body and soul, by the Putnam Lum- i i there that will kill me if I does.: So ing, when the charges of mistreat- Exceptional pains are taken in man- I After the pellets are sorted, they girls themselves. They will And the t,

ber Company," said Senator Stokes. ,we saw there was no use waiting : ment to prisoners confined in the con- ufacturing shot. Every size of chilled 'go through polishing machines, the knowledge gained in the process useful t
"Further crook that has :'around longer and we went on' operation' of polishing being accomplished -
I want every any vict camp of State Senator T J. shot has a different formula. It requires all their lives. Tho average cost
had anything to do with this to be 'out to the grave where Jhe; lumber Knagb in Raker county will be takenup 223 pellets to make an ounce of by tumbling them In a long ''pel" girl as arrived at finally giveseconomists

cleaned out. But, in this docto's company says Tabert was buried. The it would make its report after No. 6 shot, or 3,5158 to the pound. In metal cylinder.< Next the shot goes employers computers of

case, I believe it would be outside the 'grave was opened but the body was the completion of all its inquiry. the case of No. 7'shot! the kind us- into great storage tanks. There are "living wage" and people>> generally 1'

scope of the committee's powers to do_ not taken but because G. Crimson, It has been declared by members of ed in trap shooting and for quail, 62 of these tanks on the ground floor' something to think about.
more than bring the testimony to the assistant attorney-general of North the committee during the course of of the plant described each holding(
and ether birds of this tl
grouse type, r These girls are the daughters of ,
wait for nine and one-half tons of shot The
attention of the board of medical ex- akota, said he wanted to the Tabert hearing that they stood
6,020( pellets are required to make a tho plain people, living", for the most
identification and be- shot Is weighed into the storage tanks
aminers he said. 'proper papers unanimously in favor of the abolitionof
At this rate it would take
pound. part simply and fitting themselves to 1
I that the only witness we by automatic weighers, and likewise i I !
Dr. Jones, relating to the committee cause saw the convict lease system and cor- than to makea
at the time was Arthur more 11,000,000 pellets weighed, out again in lots. of 25 Ibs., be i wuge-curnrrs. If It costs $00.68
that the North IJakotan's! burial per had there poral punishment. The committeewill
ton of No. IVt shot and about halfa
:, month girl, the advocates, of
although the machines in the weighing per per
mit was made to read that death was Johnson. also take up for consideration the
billion would be .
a day's output.In I| low wages hud better think again, OSpeclally -
due to pneumonia with a malaria i "I want to add that good responsible house resolution seeking to have Tabert' of the and oldest process can be adjusted to weigh
complication. He startled the com- business men of Pe rry told me body disinterred and sent to nition'jnanufacturing one largest of New mu- any amount of shot. The shot is pre- ;.'' as this /group could be canIII.I.'rld

mittteee by declaring that the boy after we got there that if we let I North Dakota if the Tabert family so England tho of the plants shot tower is ,pared for shipment In bags. For Instance :,. us representative of the majority -
top in part of the country.I' .
sight the crowd if five pounds is desired, this any I
really died of a social disease' with that darky out of our desires. 187 feet above the On the ,
ground.
I II .
I amount runa. Into a bag, the bag au'ttmiatically .
top floor is the huge cauldron in '
moves into position to a'' i iI
Piles Cured in o tu 14 UayaOruytlets
the lead bars melted. It is
which are
rrf ind moni-y If PAZ( OINTVENT fill sewing machine several Inches to one :
tocure Ilchlnil,Blind illcodinil I WotnuliD Pile I possible to melt 100 tons of lead a
side of the weighing device, where it ,
IF SICK TODAY! '. Instantly relieve. Itching. Pit.*, and you can p't day in this cauldron, which means i.
ee ? ful iImp altuf. tb t ant aiwucauun.A Priest 01'. is automatically sewed up and is then I
that 100 tons of shot can be turned
ready for the market. I
W01r, AN'S BACK out daily in an emergency.
From the cauldron tho molten met-

al flows in a continuous stream, like BRADFORD I

TAKE NO .CALOMEL Tile Advice of This Starke Woman so much silver water, into a sieve, I
while a workman standing by stirsit Bradford, May ".-W. J. Ward and
I Is of Great Value. who have been residing at
continuously. From the sieve the family,
Many a woman t back baa many hot metal drops into tanks of water Wauchula for the past year, have

"Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than aches and pain. 154 feet below, the pellets being/ form- moved back in out: midst. ,

Outlines 'tis the kidneys' fault. ed just after passing/ through the Malcolm Harrell and sister, Miss We grind Our Own Lenses

Salivating Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't UpsetYouDon't TbafS why Doaa'i Kidney rills sieve. Exactly how long it takes to Geneva who are.attending school at {
are so effective chill the shot after the metal leaves Gainesville, pent the week-end with NODELAYCjainesVille. f

Many Stark women know, this.. but it is home folks. ,
Lose Day'sWorkRead Guarantee the sieve is still a mystery,
.- Read what one has to say about It: known that when the pellets reach the Jim Mott, of Worthington, passed Florida.A .
Mrs. Silas Kite. Cherry St> says.
t through our community Sunday. !
water, which cannot take more thana
T discovered a vegetable I malaria sour stomach "I was all run down and. suffers '
compound tongue ague fraction of second they have be- Lloyd Barry and grandmother, and TOINIO
a ,
that dors the work of dangerou., ''or any other' distress canned by a from kidney disorder I couldn't get '
sickening calomel and I want every torpid liver &II quickly a.. a done of up or down without help because of come solid spheres of remarkable Miss Belle Ward were visitors over Oro".'* Tasteless chili Tonic r"'"j.reH 4
reader of this paper to buy a bottle vile, nauseating. calomel, beside* it will the misery through the small of m> roundness. Special sieves with varying to Santa Fe the weekend.A Energy!! and Vitality by Purifying and
for a few cents and if it doetn't; not make you lick or Beep you froma back.: I certainly was in a bad con- sizes of perforation must be used fUh fry was enjoyed at the river Enrklilnri the Blood. When you fed iMstrengthening.

straighten you up better and quicker day's work. it dition. My kidneys acted too freely for each individual size of shot. Saturday by a large crowd. .Invigorating! ."< tban salivating calomel just go back Calomel is poison-it's mercury
to the tore and get your money back. attacks the bones often causing rheuma- and I suffered from terrible) pains lathe From the tanks of water the shot Malcolm Harrell attended the union -1 brings color to the cheeks and how d
I guarantee that one spoonful of tism. Calomel U dangerous. It; ) back: of my head. I beard about pass through a drying machine, and meeting at Lake Butler Sunday. It Improves the appetite, you v;l1; then
odllOn'. Liver Tone will put your ."icken.-whilt my Ifcxiiion' Liver Tone Doan's Kidney' Pills and three boxes thence to conveyors which take them Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Andreu and lit- appreciate Its true tonic value.
sluggish' liver ti> work and clean your U safe pleasant and harm I...... Eat which I bought at Mitchell' Drug several stories in the shot tower. tie daughter, Juanita, were the guestsof I Grove's Tasteless chill Tonlo is simply
feet of bowels of the sour bile anything afterward, because It ran Store wonderful relief." up
thirty fare t
ma relatives Iron end Quinine suspended In syrup. So
and constipation poison which is not: salivate. Give it to the children" Price COc at all dealers Don't Next they go to a big revolving screen at Midway Saturday and
pleasant children like It. The bkxslneeds
clogging your system and making you because it doo simply for a kidney remedy-catDoan's QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
mi..r.ble.Ijl'Uarantee. or shock the liver. Take a .poonfell Mrs. Andreu's sister Miss
feel be mixed with the by ,
pellets are
Pills the may up .
that
Kidney same
Malarial and
that one spoonful of this tonight and wake up feeling Due and Enrich It. Destroy germs
harmless liquid liver medicine will ready for a full day's work. Mrs. Kite bad. Foater-Milburn Co., culled out.: Leaving this screen the Dennison. Clap germs by Its Strengthening ImHtfor-
relieve the headache, biliousaess. coated :MI:.., Buffalo' N. Y. shot go to a series of glass assorting Mr. and Mrs. William Raburn and sting Effect .)".
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: FRIDAY, MAY 4, 192:
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: COUJiTY _
+ BRADFORD STARKE.
y PAGE FOUR __ __ TKLEGItAl. FU.OR1DA -
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ties toward the wretched horses practiced 1 i COLORED) POET COMING I

Bradford County Telegraph by :Mexican bull fighters. Let Letter From TallahasseeI I

tl' -----. -- -. ---------- -----.-- us not only punish the guilty, but Prof. Ephraim D. Tyler I official poetof
take steps to prevent the perpetuation I QTallahassee Louisiana Colored State Teachers i eel

i'' i Published weekly: and uttered as of convict whipping. If wo i W. C. T. U. SOCIAL Association will appear at the Bethel l F

second class matter, at the post I II should. err in any way, le t 'it'be on I April 30.-Matters of Baptist church, in Thomasville suburb oil
1 I large import are being transacted in I l'r
"" t office at Starke Florida. the side of mercy. 'Tallahassee. Almost eveTy day brings Friday afternt the beautiful Wednesday night, May 9th, at eight

.:=., _<_'--0 __'. "- forth some subject 'of more than trio II home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkms on :North" o'clock. Tyler's recitations have been

I F.. S. MATTIIEWS Editor and Owner WHAT OUGHT TO UK DONE:" WITH ial importance. For exaihplt:, Mon Walnut street, the W. C. T. U. held listened! l to with pleasure by whites

it 1 FZ + TAHERT'S MURDERERSNorth day the internal improvement board I a social that was attended by a. large us well as blacks, and the colored peo Time
{ number of : ple here are anxious that the white p:21: I to Re-t '
5 ; PUBLISHED EVERY FIUD.SCBSCIUI'TIOS .\Y had before it a proposal to purchasesome persons. S Ilk
1 i Receiving were the hostess, :Mrs. people turn out and hear him, and,
60,000 acres from Browne& Co.
Dakota has shown that it is !J Adkins her mother, Mrs. :M. E. Edwards : comfortable seats will be reserved for P
4 Of course, nobody knows who Brown '
7 not to be trifled with In the matter of '
I '
C. be "music and
W.
; 4 president of the Lawtey them. There will also
,
KATE investigating the circumstances of & Co. IB l but it is a concern evidently
to |IT. U., and Mrs F. A. Scott presi- singing. Admission, adults 50 cent, \
Qualified out its
____ :Martin Tubert's death and the state carry contracts,, ,
Per Year _______________ $2.00It dent of the local union. children 25 cents.
legislature has finally done something and the occasion of the offer caused:

about it. The Tampa Tribune of Friday the board to sit Into in conference,, j An interesting program of music

\ may Interest our readers to learn morning printed an editorial that and without reacting/ a decision. 'and readings entertained the guests, /

h r that Tohopkee now has a po,toRice. was short and to the point. They Probably the sale wilf be consummated -: tho program; being as follows: Neouclng the Hounehnii'. .

Those who live north of that village enumerated eight things that Florida before this appears in print, and I, Instrumental music, piano and violin Etnwe little talkware' pl1-1n.!

; I are no longer compelled to go to IIol- should do in owler to be restored to" in that event it will be a transactionof -Miss Ethel Griffin and Owen eeplnir hcirw". Rouen 'i pupa(

opaw for their mail, or to Salofkn, the fellowship of her sister states: I great value to Florida.It ( Griffin. I Jane innniinn.: AIUT' nticti 'Intimity Ir
either. We always thought Tohopkee I Devotional. I II man:,! mi. NO till.1'' I '''''010(1. Papa)' llOb
that the division
They : begins to .
were appear "
k ,
" Where is it? vrt I.IL.II.I' lure! iih. tty there
the front.
would to Heard Miss :Mary
hop Solo Whoever !
tt of Lee will be the | .
Prohibit convict leasing in county greatest -
f nine miles south any arc ton i "'rt Fy :Ml, 'ion m (tho f.iujlly/
it is
l you ask. Why guise. single question of the 1923!) legislature I'rcm'nlee. Otis' i>f ven' ., ,"' '.' lit the dogs

I11paws Expel Senator Knabb. Excitement has been workedup Recitation Armor Plated! Boys- "
COMMISSIONERS': SALEHurtby
Give substantial judgment! againstthe on this subject until it is the main Charles Lucian Ttlckhter.
notice I I. given that undur and by
reach it
wish
Those who to
7 ,; Nittaw. Putnam Lumber Co. in favor of subject of conversation in the corri- I Paper, What some prominent phy- virtue. of that certain decree of partition
r'4't: from Pocataw take the East Coast mule and entered In the Circuit Court In and
tho Taberts. dors. Those who advocate the crea- sicians and educators say about cigarettes fur Bradford county, Flurtdu. in cimnrery.. on FOR SALE BY
?' 'railway. It is the second station from Suspend Sheriff Jones. tion of Hendry county are dead set -Mrs.I J.o'. Kickliter.Recitation ths-26th Hay uf April, A. U. 1(12.1.( : In favor J. W. ANDREWS. Jr.
'
i.. board created of Mm. H. S. Wilson. L. M. Matthews and
The next
;s 1 ; Wewahotee. Exhume the bruised, maltreated aginst! the creation of Collier county, i Nothing But Leaves- tanorn Matthews, complainant*, and kKninstMm. I I 5Ia'.... Fla.
( Florida should be board of Eula Wilson and Idol) Wilson, ,
f in a /geographical a minor
i body of Martin Tabert and send ito and those who favor the creation of Junior MacDonald. a* defendant, the undersigned a* cnmmiHionera. .
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nomenclature to revise the Collier to Solo God Save the. Boys-Mrs. A. will offer and aril in front ..f Moulhdtior I
.', localities his parents for decent interment county are equally opposed I uf the icourthouae in Starke Florida I Way A. D. 1923.
t of
i' many barbarous names "Send up" Roddenberry for six the creation of Hendry and theyaare 'Z. Adkins. I during the h'Knl bourn of ale, on 4Monduy.; the :I| G. "W AfDERM\N.
.
in the state. 4th clay of Juno, A D. lY28.! to the highest ; Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Omnii -
iI t existing months or a year. lining up the members on either side (I Paper What do we talk about?- and bent bidder. for cash In hand the follow. :i Id,,. (Seal'
Ink,. duecribed, lands to-wlt I A. H. CREWS, /
Hang in like manner. The truth appears Mrs. J. J. Bullen. i .
The legislative "timber" of Higginbotham. Thu West Half, of Norlhca Quarter of ,! Solicitor for Complainant 5.e.RASTER'S
1.' present Apologize:: in the name of the stateto that Hendry was an issije in the primary Solo Silvery Water-Lois Adkins. Southuest Quarter and four acres in tho SALE
Southwest of tho Northwest
former-days. the state of North Dakota, to the in Lee county in 1922 whereas Paper Our Children and obedienceMrs. of SoulheaHt corner Quarter and South nix acres Quarter of I'I Hereby notice !I. given that'I1ndOI
the Ea.t Half of Northiimt Quarter or virtue of that certain nnal decreeI
Collier not. >
was Tlje primaryof
county J.
T.
+ a for anything but well curbing, also a parents of Martin Tabert and to the Hedges. went quarter. and five ears beginning south-I I demure roads l by the judge. of the m,,'
civilized world. 1022 had no opportunity to pass I Piano solo Miss White. Snuthwivt corner of Southeast Quarter of ;I dleinl' Cult; of Florida' in chancery I,
few so crooked till they must be sawed Nuithwent Quarter and run three hundred In the circuit court for Bradford count
before The Tribune then suggests that upon the merits of Collier county but i Paper, The spirit of obedience in thirty fciu last; six hundred sixty feet 1'Ida, on the Uflth dRY of April A. D.
off in the middle they can thence South three hundred 1 thirty feet thence favor of J. W. Andrews
Hendry was laid out on definite lines the home : Mrs.\ Emily Philips. i an comphilnnI
; produce straight sticks. To judge Florida having done these things, -- Wrst six hundred sixty feet to beginning. and I Ktriiinttt W J. Eppennn. enprilf of UI
4 look her sister states in the face and the issue was clearly made, bothin Duet "Somebody's Boy-Mrs. Ad the Northwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter.Station I county, Horiilft. nnd ex olttcio. admin
Y Ypl from the pictures In the daily papers, may i thirty.flvo. Township se\en. Range 1 of the entnlo of W, F. Edwards. dttceari
4 "cat-faced." Some unashamed.We the primary and in the general king and Miss Struth, accompanied Twenty-ono. in the county of Bradford and i all*., a*. defendant
a few of them are that the state of Florida, and tho Northf-atit Quarter ; Thu underHiuned nil SiH-ctitl Master
election, for the simple reason :Mrs. D. C. Jones.
humble by
just want to add our of Moulhwiwt the Northeast ,
'I are so twisted and ro l-gralned till Quarter and fer for sale In front of tho Courtlua
r opinion of the whole matter. Insteadof lo'rl1"'lsV.. Perry who was a candi- I Paper Woman, the guardian of national Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, Section Iin Starke. Florida_ during the legal h
t } the wedge of reason n do nothing thlrty-four. Aowniihip seven ranire twenty- sale on 4th day of June
t l and rot "sending up" Roddenberry and suspending date In the primary again Senator life-Mrs. Arthur Wood. one In the county of Alachun and the stato i I 1923. to hdh"h t"t"a bout bidder: f< .,:'
dry
r : with them. Windshak Malone made the issue and was de- Truth's Glorious Victory- of Florida' containing in all one hundred i the following, described" property. aituuM/
j 1 affect of them. But on the whole Jones and sentencing the oth- I Solo and, fifty. live ((165)) acres. mare or less.C I Hrndford, cotinty .Florida to-witt
some
er miscreants to prison we wish a feated on it; then In the general election Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., accompanied A. KNK.IIT.: All that portion of the Northwest Q
: the "timber" Is (rood, sound straight- I N. n. WAINWRU5HT. i lOr the SouthweM Quarter of Station 'illshlp'S ,
I heart. We have to this law might be passed permitting Jie appeared as an Independent I by Mrs. E. K. Perryman. W. fl. GRJSEN.I ;: South Range 22 East lying EM
t' grained come North Dakota to these scoundrels I[ candidate against the Democratic This being the annual dues paying I Commissioners. Um SroUnrd Air Linn Railway right
try FLOYD GREEN and K. A. HEhN.
conclusion! after noting how many I except two acre In Southwest corner
I.
and giving Florida the authority to nominee for1 representative and again social! the treasurer, :Mrs. G. C. Complainants* luliritors. 5->|.ot'6l I, rlcr-crlbcd piece of land which two acr
.J; fathered fanatics and common NOTICEIn
bills by
Hold to E. ttnutin
I extradite them. Then in justice to was defeated. In this wise, it seems! Sweat, received dues to the amountof Circuit Court, Eiiihlli Judicial Circuit.' A. Z. ADKINi
j ; 1 ', I 't ordinary cranks, the legislators I as if Ilendry county advocates have and four new members were Ilradrord, County.: Florida:, l In Chancery: : i Special M
f I have killed. They are hard workers, all, the less guilty should be salted In $40.50, Ola Jhede., being joined. by It. R. E. M. JOHNS. -
J prison at least ten years apiece, and the better of the argument. But now added'to. the union, Mrs. S. L. Peek Th..I. ,'. her husband and next Solicitor for Complnlnant. 5-,
William Jennings friend, ,
and when the ubiquitous complainants
t, : );1 t.j' : Higginbotham, the sheriff and others comes Mr. Collier with a scheme of Mrs. S. S. Dowling, Mrs. Ada Sauers vs 1! MASTER'S SALE
,
comes to visit them he can stop .. 1 W Sylvester Sanderson J. II. ,
development he claims that he Notice In hereby given that under a
( tne ; pays and Mrs. C. L. Hedges./ Papers per- .
when he has wound up his Waterbury directly/ responsible for crime, Campbell end Unknown persons virtue of thnt ovrttiin final dt should\ be taken to the Tabert's home : 02:! per cent of the taxes in the proposed taining to the W. C. T. U. organization / defendant. I I are made and rendered on April 2Bth.I .
I chinning spring half way, for they Hill. to remove cloud quiet title ana other I 11IJI.: by Honoratiltt A. V. Lung joust
I :i Collier county and that he has Mesdames A. M.
I time to list town and hanged in front of the boy'shome. were read by relief. I circuit ....u'.1 In anti for Bradford r<
take
; 'j will not )jnuch That nbund cold-blooded.! ''a right to to have a county created Darby, J. II. Ritch and W. J. 'lo all to whom It may concern Greeting. | Flondn; in that o.rtn; CRUHO wherein A<
;; t ten to him.KNOCK may It appearing by the sworn- bill of complaint UaiHtlen.. being joined by W. W. Blunderhwband
'Il' if he wants one. There are who EPper-1 In the above cause that there known .
t and brutal, but .as they deserve to be many son. are and next friend mr 'l'lalr
named persons believed. .u> be interested in and J. R. Haynes and Ida. E. Knynet. '
ei : hanpeiJ anyway, it should be done in agree with hipi. This contest is now Refreshments of brick ice fha property:: therein described' whoP place' nf wife, lire ih-fcndiintii.. the undersigned" I i.
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; 12 E."I I IN THE COLLARS North Dakota by North Dakotans to come up in the house as a special I and delicious home-made cake .were residence unknown and complainant al-. offer for snip and will sell for canhSiirhent
I loud therein that they do not know and after and ht-nt bidder In front of the r
eA : against one of whose number the order Thursday and then will be aI served by Mesdames A. M. Darby, F. diligent, search and Inquiry, hits not been hoot, door: I In StaHte.t Hrndford county
In today's TeU'uTiijih U a lenmrU- I battle royal. There are many delegates : J. F. Kickl ter T. N. Lim- able to uncertain If any of the known named !I.Ida. on Monday the 4th day of June.
;j) I heinous crime was committed. It's A. Scott, \ persons believed to be interested in said prop lit J.I.: during the legal bourn of sale ',
.,able and revolting account of tho life about time to rid Florida of these here on both sides, and between 'buugh Misses Josephine Brinson, erty.are other Is in persons existence believed or dead to be and interested thnt there. in purpose, of deHcritii.fl atfitfyintc.real raid final In decree HUM, Vinl1.wlnir .

r' '" In Knabb's turpentine canio, and a fiends and the hellish system under ;I them and. both combined they make I Carrie Uglow and Hilda Struth. The coot property other than tho known nameddefrndonta "r"nt\t. Florida to-wttt vatate

eh virtual accusation of the boss of it which they perpetrate their damna- I quite a crowd who are swelling the favors were dainty sprays of plumosa such ,iierminu and are the unknown name and to the residrnee complainants of the rive Northwest: <(5)) acre cornttV In the of form the Southwmt of a squat UIrr

an the murderer of Bert Foisyth a ble crimes aainst God and"man. God hotel boards and otherwise making fern and sweet peas tied with white iturn known and In said named bill and relief unknown la prayed against of thp Southeast Quarter of Section pi'

i. a .I young man of Starke sent there for grunt that Florida may du at least the things lively at the capital. The Ta- .I ribbon. The decorations in this attractive 'therefore., It is ordered that all persons.personsniunid Twonty-two tv-nlne 12111.((22)Township Eaat.AMO '. Six ((6)) Mouth Jitfru-
offense. The affidavits we miami Trail enters the proposition! and bowls or all persons claiming any" intertetunder | nil of Block, f'l eG). "bring a atx.Hlon
: a trifling eight! things tho Tribune asks of her! heme were vases fir through them or other of them or of thn North Half of Urn Soutt. .

i ll '; have seen all point to such a fact. -WJnter Haven Chief. I| largely. Those who are counting of roses, sweet peas and verbenas. otherwise any Interest, and in all the unknown"proPertY| I persons hereinafter cliilminit described chip gunner Six of((61.Section South.Twenty-nine Range TwentytwA (2\11.) '

These affidavits should be fully as I i against the creation of Collier county or any part thereof under W. Sylvester : .

potent as thoaa given by fellow prisoners hold that the new county could not I CHRISTIAN BROTHERHOOD( them Sandcmnn or otherwise, J. ,II.and Campbell/or all persons known eitherof Also., wide a strip lying of on I land the. South about aide Thlrtjar.lt of

rl ,: of Tub/rt, who was whipped! to "WHO STRUCK BILLY PATTERSON : ', be bonded for a sufficient amount of Will meet at 8:30: ;Monday evening named., or unknown claiming an interest in tier square, mid five( acre nnuare being. a'i
the
I ?" hereinafter kscriln properly, or any Nort hv/pHt of the J3outhwent Qunrtcf
'; y death in Dixie county. lligtfinbirth- I money to'compute their section of May 7th. Topic for discussion, "The part thereof, lylnvianil being in Bradford, the Southeast corner Quarter of Section T "c '.

h v am, Tairert's murderer, was indicted I the trail. Dude county has built"or : Public Parks of Sturke." county lows : State of Florida, described as fol nine (li\n.\ Tow((22 onhlp Eaitt.Six dmcribdl' (61) South.romm RanylTwentytwo <

r for murder in the first degree by the The notable trial of nine men, I agreed to build 41 miles of the trail, !I ---- -- -- -- Southwest East Halt of the of Southwest Quarter. of the hut at the Stmthpajtt. corner of the aa sal '
Quarter the Northeast Quarterof .
r Madison county grand jury, and if charged with shooting in an occupied already costing $300,000 and with of importance. The average man is Section Twenty-four (24),. Township Flv ncrv wnv of square R. A.and L.running railroad South thence. to We riuh

the same mighty forces which brought dwelling, which took place in Starke $30/100 yet to siend; Monroe county broad enough, to admit that he knows \16V Dn Huuli appear Range to the Twenty-two said bill of((221 complaint bast.: on mild a thi right"nut Quarter of may" of to the Went Southeast line of th JiHo '

;+ ,. J this about, were applied in Whipping last week, resulted in a verdict of has agreed to spend $200,000; Lee''' nothing of purely local affairs, and or the before the beinii second day" of July A. D. 1123. Hectlon:: Twoniy-nine ,2i* Township 1'rt'r'
same a rule day of this
4: > Boss: Uoddenberrya case he would, no "not guilty." Each of the men was I county has agreed to build 51 miles )I I'I must: perforce take his opinions from said bill will be taken as .confessed.court aitainst' or MniithTliinue"'rth to the Twenty-two Southwest Corner 4 1221) East of tho thenc-'
i enabled to establish full alibi. you. and that this order be published. in the If" ncrt nfitnre|' I he nro East on the So.l't tfitlo
S doubt he similarly indicted. u at a cost of $175,000 already spent ; some one who does know. The trou Bradford County Tekvrarh, a weekly newsaner of the acid Five ncr, iiinre. to poln.rl f
r Still' the jail storming took place. 'I with $51,000 to which is des '' ble there conflicting of general circulation published In eginninir, containing In all Eleven and
O) DUO ftio| oii( a > ot( pmou[ :jnu} yet go, is are frequently tarke.. Bradford County Florida ,/. / .. ..
i ", suffer for the crime ? He and other Sheriff Hagan/ was confronted by a ignated as section 1; section 2 is designated opinions as to what should be done, Wane the Honorable A. V. Long, Judge! "n Care. more or ''' A, Z.a

devils in human form are probably number of men having pistols in their I I as 20 miles with $80,000 yet; and local members now are generally of the aay said" UfrethltUL.r Circuit Court, as and well also as the the ofTIciH.1 oirl.cial -. A. CREWS. Special. Max

,,' virtual peons. Ih Knabb's power (for hands and he identified some bf the' to spend, and section 3 consists of 15; adopting the trick of tacking referendum seal : this the; 2nd day of Solicitor for ComplalnanU: 5-4-61

r '; w 'there Is lots of peonage in Florida if men. Marks show that at least eighteen I miles yet to be built with $30,000 to10,000 I II clauses upon local bills. So the .

1 l, 4 ", you only knew itand) must,; do his bid shots were fired. Windows were $- and with $50,000 worth of I prospect is there will be a large! num- - ----- --- - -- .:_: .

t dings. They were hired on account shattered, the sheriff was shot in the I I work to be done on it, making the I be rof elections during the summer ofa I
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q t I ;i of their.well knjjwn brutality, and are hand, two bullets came near striking 'trail cost approximately $800,000, of I purely local nature. *.. I

al.\ compelled to.Ee merciless, or thgy and his "wife and one struck dangerouslynear which amount $575,500:) has been spent j I The Dowling, case was up before

their families would be kicked out of his daughter. A deputy sheriff I with $351,000'yet to be spent a total''' the senate committee Monday, and Procrastination"Defer :

+' their homes to starve. When railways l4 l- I was tired at. The storming of the length! of 147 miles The argument I some of the witnesses if not many
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and levees were I built; it was I Palatka jail did actually take place, is advanced that Collier cou/ity which of them did not know which side they I IJ'

t common with contractors to hire only',' no doubt of that. Yet it seems thatIt I would have to build a goodly portion | were called to testify on The general '

the moat cruel "mule skinner," who must have been done by parties of the trail would not do so for lack evidence seems to be that bowling

b J ,: would obey the command to "knock other than those accused. It is just I of funds for a term of years, and the I was a sterling officer thought he may S not till tomorrow to be wise,'

'' : ,f .. 'em in the collars" no matter if there such a mystery as the old one-"Who great cross state road which is advertised !i have been guilty of certain derelic Tomorrow's sun for thee may never rfrc.::

'i was not a particle of akin left on the struck Billy\ Patterson?" I all over the country would Lions'! Conijreve.,

,t $ ... shoulder of the vrretrhed animals. The truth is, it would be next to lag back on this account: while at the .One of the most interesting visitors You have many times determined.to y

m also to punch out their eyes if they impossible to bring conviction' in a I present time it practically Is Jjnanc- during the week! was 'Mrs.: J. B. (0'- prepare yourself

lost time by fthying. leuimtera who case like this, even if the defendantswere ed. On the other hand; :Mr. Collier Hara, who has been to Des Moines to for future opportunities. Probably you have as

y would not do this were discharged aa not represented by such able (I is one of the most attractive of men I attend the national convention of the many times put off taking the necessary steps.

t l it was considered cheaper to work a counsel as these were. The dark-.and is regarded by all as a desirable League; of Women Voters. Mrs O'- Some folks say that opportunity knocks but once ;

.I r 1s t 'rl mule hard, even if he fell dead! in his ness the suddenness'! of the thing, the citizen to have. He has large hold I Hara I is president of the Florida others say that it knocks more than once; however that

1 vPa + 'tracks, and get a new one, than to excitement-nil were factors inimicalto I ings and wishes to develop them. He league and took advantage of her maybe it is surely true inability to take advantage ot)

X? x'', work him nibdcrhtijiy tor herd was the grtisping exact details, anj claims that he desires only to make presence here to call a meeting of the .
opportunity knocks all the time.
more money in it. State Senator the jury must give the, defendants his Investments safe by having his' directors of the league. It was not a

,A : Knabb was ruled by tho same principle : the benefit of the doubt. In this case I I own county and in an indirect man ( large! /gathering but made lip in en- Opportunity is knocking at your door now l\ is

.} when he worked convicts. In virtue the many witnesses! for the defense ner directing; his own affairs. This Is; ]I thusiasm what it lacked in numbers. pointing the way for you to take advantage of takinga

tie, of his position he should be an were thoroughly! grilled by the, able | the question, which the legislaturewill Mrs. O'Haru invited the national con- fresh start in life by opening a bank account accumulating -

4. enlightened\ and humane man, whereas prosecution; it was! n fair trial and' have t> settle this week. j vention to meet in West Palm Beach l money with which' to take advantage of the next

rl his bosses cannot be expected to the outcome was logical. I In the meantime there are other next year. The decision is reservedfor good investment that %

( have such (qualities for if they had That Sheriff pagan could l not get'' questions of importance demanding the executive committee, but she I comes along.

1 tti the least spark of manhood they any( of the defendants convicted detracts settlement. The all-important convict has: hopes. There were several other There never was a truer saying thart, the old adage"it

't i : would be In better business.! Therefore not one iota from his fume asa i lease question has not been settled, invitations! and April Is a little late takes money to make money." How mantimes in i

g the public should not bo satisfied brave, alert and resourceful guard-/ I although it has been debated in all its for \ta national gathering in Florida your life have you said to yourself "if I only had the

with having the rich Putnam ian of the peace. II. drove' off the invaders j phases and the most vicious looking i'; yet she exhibited the rh ht- Florda nipney I could make some money out of that propo-

r, Lumber Cmpuny escape with a paltry whoever they were, protected I flogging lashes have been displayed', spirit Ip extending the invitation. sition?"

fi ( fine of $::O'OO( to B'uare.Ibelf, his prisoner and immediately took for the members to see. That such a I, CenertA bills signed by the governor i

4 witn the Tabert family, while Higftinbotham / measures to capture the guilty men. I system could have existed so long is a'' so Jar amount to little. Thir correspondent Every dayjou are putting off opening-a bank ac- I .l

? goes to the /gallows pr to It may be said by some that the fail- question. A bill to abolish flogging i is the only one so far as I count and accumulating something puts you just that I

the penitentiary for doing its bidding in this he Ii informed who has investigatedthis much' further from taking advantage'of '
a ure to convict case willCive/ was made a special order and was debated I : opportunity.Make !? .
'!i t / ; nor with :itnnbit<: iKnu; ; kicked encouragement to other would-be I I at length. It was being de end of the legislative work, and the start today even if it be small.. We will help

4l" out of the state senate merely, while lynchers. But it is safe to say that bated Monday afternoon with fervid finds\ that the governor has had few I f and give you every encouragement possible.

uxti + & Roddenburry dons the stripes. They the Putnam county bastile will not j I oratory. Still the actual decision bills delivered to him. One of the

are all brutes. Let the pincipaH again, be stormed while it Is under the I hangs in the balance, no matter what first was that for legislative expenses

suffer as well, ai their agents, command of this able sheriff. the legislative decision might be. which was signed at once in order to'

( In one of ,the affidavits referred I Local bills of more or less importance rive( the members and attaches access

,' to, the deponent says that before the Be Wise-Advertise j I bring persons of more or less: to the payroll. The real work BRADFORD

d prison inspector arrived at the camp, I importance to the capital. They all nf the legislature/ is- yet to come. COUNTY :BANKN.

the lacerated backs of the (convict! J. L. SIMMONS like .to come to look in on the legislature / Nothing of much momeht so fat has.

were washed and burnt alum rubbed PLUMBEU AND ELECTRICAL I whether they accomplish any been done. T. RITCII W. T. WEEKS J. H. RITC .

In to hide the scars. If we allow CONTRACTORESTIMATES Particular good or not, but the good Prccident. Vice President. Caahier.
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I1II)1'lllliltllll A. Price, who has spent thej: .

last four months In Starke, left Wednesday ; Insure with reliable companies and dependable firms .: ,
Concerning 0 People Business and She '
;! morning for Philadelphia.

U ((0., Progress in the County and Town. @ was accompanied as far as Jackson- I' '''wi

ville by Mrs. F.- A. Scott.* I Not too big for small business---Nor too small for big business

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Nelle Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dowling, Ben I

> Hughes spent Monday in Roger D. Wells and R. O. Daniel, of fowling, Misses Aileen, Mildred find I
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'iJjonville.i Jacksonville\ spent Tuesday here on Hazel Dowling, of Jacksonville, and I BURNS .

account of the funeral of W. J. Grant. Mrs.\ J. P. Sullivan, of Hampton, were I 1 '

i and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent t l/'uests'Tul'IIdIlY/ of Dr. and) Mrs. STARKE, FLORIDA

tUrday in Jacksonville. :Mrs. A.1: Pettit and children, of E. Middleton.1: W'I -

I New Smyrna l are with !Mrs.\ Eliza- .

II O. ruwn, of Jacksonville,'pent beth Johns for a stay of several! .Jamesrarren, of Jacksonville, -.-- --- .--- ... -. .. ... ." -
,mdtiv here with his family. I 'sl. tlng." pound;
the 0nu
weeks.
lust! fruit is
spent the week-end at'Kingsluy Lake, Long, Julian Canova; invited guests, ) Address, Jesus, the master teacher. .J

and was accompanied home by his, Harold Wall, Jim Kickliter, Powell j i -\V. E. Drtugherty. of. powdered' lend arsenate to fifty
S. Brie) of Boston Muss. Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. N'eff gallons of water should be sullloiont, ,
t was were called wife, who .spent the past week at tho Carpenter, John PowellBob; : Blanchard Communion.

'. quest last Sunday of L. Wyman : to Jacksonville Saturday on account lake with her mother, Mrs.1.: L. David Moore, Alvin Beck, Rcm- Scripture reading K. C. lleibergor.l I although a pound and u half will do I' '

lot the death of his father, John B. no harm, particularly if you add the
Johns. bert Carrodine, J. E. Corpening, Jay Fidelity of early churches. Threo ; '
and chufa Wh'ite's'7.2t ''Neff. f milk obtained by slaking two or throe '
sorghum; seed at /
Duugherty, Miss Florence Matthews, 15-minuto addresses-E. Thorn<]uest, F

Mrs, Otis Barge, of Atlanta who Mr. and Mr*. George C. White, Prof. J. Allen and W. E. Datigherty.: I pounds of good quick limo i i"Fur

:Mrs. T. C. :Morris and children.. returned is. visiting her mother Mrs. M. L. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Adjournment. I a small acreage you will und I tone ,

i url Knight and D. P. Carpenter Monday from Jacksonville, Johns, went to Jacksonville yesterday; of the knapsack' machines satis *e'

.Bored tb Jacksonville Wednesday.,! where they visited her mother, Mrs to meet her husband who is in the city MRS. LEWIS AND :MISS SIIEPAHD J CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES!' factory. They tiro for sale by most ,
of the insecticide and fertilizer houses '
AL A. Stokes.
qn business. Mrs. targo will return ENTERTAIN: FOR SENIORSMrs. ) ;

Alias Margaret Wyman splint here and spend a month at Kingsley Biblo school next Sundny at 10 n. of Florida. A very handy ono' Is vlt

i''iursday in JaCksonvillullrs I Mrs. M. L. Watterson and ;Mrs. L. Lute. Let all be the compressed air sprayer which is t
m. present.
J. Wynn, of Hampton, pent Tuesday Viviretto Lewis and :Miss Clara pumped up and then sprays until the ;
Preaching at 1111. m. subject, Holiness. -
Mac Shepard entertained at the I Is exhausted, 'but I think you
here as the guests of Mrs. J. T. Quig- pressure
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E. E. Stevens K is Wed-
Leesburg, moved .
L. A. Wynn and family A''
club house Wednesday evening in rl-ill find that the ordinary knapsack a ,
siting her daughter, Mrs. Fred Sapp ley. ncuduy to their farm west of, Hamp At 8 p. m., The Church, will bo the I .
honor of the Senior Class and a num- sprayer will last longer.
ton.Mr.\ and family spend the\ subject. I
I :Mrs. W. B. Alexander Wynn ber of invited guests. I "J. R. WATSON, t
'T. A. Brinson of Fin lie and daughter -
spent several school term in Starke to give their All who are interested in hearing

days the first of the week with, Wilma, and 1 Miss May Jones, ofIlampto children the advantage of the B. II. The rooms were elaborately decorated tho church) discussed from the standpoint '

iif. family r, attended the commencement S., and when vacation comes they go in the class colors, baskets of of a divine, blood-bought Instltutjonuro !- 'ENT-A-WORT

: exercises of the D. H. S. buck to their home in the country. calla lilies. being used to advantage< : invited to attend. The entire : % -

Harry M. deMontmollin and son of with ferns and crepe paper. "'!r'rvlco, will not exceed ono hour

Mrs.::' H. W. Johnson, who has been Tables laid l for bridge in the
Palatka, were here Sunday to see his The W. C.- T. U. will meet next wero and fifteen minute Come and bring COLUMN
spending-( past month with :Mrs.J. and in the spacious auditorium :
Sister Mrs J. R. Davi Tuesday afternoon at 4:00, at the sun parlor, you,.friend.
R. IJnvis, left Thursday morningfor there was dancing to the W. E. PAUGIIEUTY.
Methodist church. Mrs. W. J. Epper
I her home in Lockhart, Ala. strains of victrola music. There was _________ '
Mra.K. P. McLaurin, of Lake ( env I i son and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee are the e FOR KENT; tilx-rOOlm house. H. S. I

>:a, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. leaders for"the afternoon ami the subject also u lower( contest' and a transportation MINUTES:; ; OP "'};'nIt.NS'1Jo1: : ; Humphrey. fi-l-tt r

L. Haynes. i Mrs. L. :M. DeSha, \Vildwood, returned contest.Puni'h r ING -.. !
is Health and Medical Temper- '
home Monday after a visit at the FOR SALE: -Porto Rico draws, $1.J .:!:-,
lIrlce. was served throughout I'
}h. and Mrs. E. M\ Davis and little the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs ; '" evening by Miss Lucile Tatum, of The 'members of J. J. Dickisou \per J 10UO.Ha. II. I.. Stevenson, Slurke, ,
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daughter, Jean, spent. the week end William Struth. 'Mrs.. W. L. Wall, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Jacksonville.]] The hostesses. assistedby Camp met at the courthouse Starkc i It. I f

ni Kingsley Lake I and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee enter-' Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, served! n deli April 2l'(\tli, und after transacting I \V A NTI'1;\ -. Labor. Inquire Lawrence' ,
a ... ; 6GB Malaria, Chills and Fever
cures! business of importance, they I
N : tained the veterans of J. J. Dicklson cious ire course.. Homo. | Development( Co., Brooklyn, Flu.
Bilious Fever. It de-
-Dl'nR'Uc.or to the residence of C'ol.V.. I
J. W. Andrews, "St., had as guests camp at dinner last Thursday, at the Those )present were :Misses! MadgeMiddletim '' adjourned I 6-.1-It.

Sunday Mr. and !Mrs. Lucian Powell, stroys the !germs! 5-4-201. home of Col. W. T. Weeks. After this : \ Eleanor Hodges Margaret I T.'eks, where n sumptuous dinner .
awaited us, prepared by the ladled of '' COW FOR. :i\! I.Jo-A: good young/ cow
I. Alachuu. happy reunion of the veterans they Long Huldii Drin80Ethl.1 Griffin,
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i Dr.. J. II. Coffee, of Arcadia, and ) the AV. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C. will lie fresh in a few (duy. See. L.i .
Johns
escorted Scouts to Charlie
were by Messrs.
Boy Joyce Terry, )
Mrs. E. A. GfofT, of Bradentown, were Me-I We heaJiI) Jhanlt the ladies for thin i ('. Prescott, on Peek road. to Kings
Ninety day and bunch velvet beans. morial 1 Day exercises. .._ and. Has Brinson, composing the Senior '
; C. *
week-end guests of :Mr. and Mrs. kind und consistent act try lake !5-.l-2t
J. F. Kickliter. J 31 chess, Mary Boyer, of Lawtoy,
F. Hoover. iDr. O. W. Clayton, of Fort Payne, Wall Allan Old /soldiers present were, Col. W.
Harold
-- -- Audrey Johns, YOU DON'T NEED YEAST: VITAi -
Canova and Paul E. I, Ala and W. G. Jackaway postmaster -I Knight "'. Weeks, L. W. Kickliter, J. I. Un
Paul E son, Canovu, Carl D'lIviIoore'i ineH. Eat: beans, cabbage, turi ,
Mrs. Roach and Mrs. Moray, Augustine I L. i
W. Ostuen
\ bone I4' J.
S. Morgan ,
Jr. left for business tripto of Fort Payne, are in Hampton for Lu- ,
Monday a Lourie I Kdwards, Jay Daugherty; fresh from our / -
\ spinach gardun
Jacksonville< Miss Hunter, of St. few Lee of the 'i ) I"'. Guy, J. r. Junes, J. L. Gillian; arid i nips,
South Florida here Tuesday to attend a days. Clayton, won cite Tatum, Itawscm Davis, Florence 'i and keep well. Como get them t
were former, is also> in Hampton, and will I Eugene; J. B. Florrid. I' '
the funeral of Mr. W. J. Grant. Matthews, Powell Carpenter, : I Oak Crest Cottage, Fred Upck.I ;
W. M. Wainwright spent the week- 'have charge of Hampton Beach this Corpening. S. MORGAN: .1-27-21. ,

end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. season. This resort is now owned by Adjutant. ;
Dr. W. D. Brinson and. William ', -
K D. Wainwright. '. Dr. Clayton, and will open. Thursday,, BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN" : i i iTAKK FARM; FOR \J.I'-l: i offer for sale
Brice of Baldwin, were guests during TOMATOES:: -
: CARE: OK TIIK :
j I :May 10th, for the season. my farm, consisting of HO acre of
commencement of Mr. and Mrs.T .
T. A. Brinson and family will leave 1 There will bo /services both moraine land' !Kft/ acres cultivated, a<|iiara

this week to spend sometime in Fib A. Brin on. JUNIORS EN'IElt'rtiN.S vyWRS ami evening tit the Lord's day, J. II. hitch, cashier of the Bradford! (roan dwelling and good barn;
the following 4
tone. the pastor occupying the pulpit. 'flw: County Itunk, received various crops planted on 35 acres. ,.
!; :Miss McNeil 1, Miss Roundtreo'andJuniua I letter! from the experiment .HtiiUon,
The Senior Class' of the Bradford) first in u series of sermons on "Endurqnce' A Iso one good( mule, 11 I head of cat- 1'tie

Gus Beaaley, who is attending the Smith, of \Vado! motored attend. the t&Sturke I High School wan most delightfully) \ ,will be given( at the mornIng University of Florida, in answer to a i mid all my farm Implements.. ,.

University of Florida, spent the weekend Tuesday exercises evening of the to B. II. S. entertained Friday evening by the service 1100.: The young )people .1 query concerning the cure of tomatoes (Price, $2UIIII cash. l'|ace on Hnl- y

with his father O. L. Beasley. I.graduating Juniors. The two classes' and their of the town are especially invited : ford road, ,1 miles noi'''liwuit of '

guests met at the home of Mss| Iris to share in the inspiration that these "In reply, will say that the tomatoes Norman, route 2, hoc

G. A'. Cvllins and Jim Kickliter, Jr., Eugene Griffin, of Jacksonville, was Epperson, on East Madison Street, I ,sermons will provide. should J he either sprayed( or dusted '.(I. Sturke. 1\.1 1 It.

Jacksonville to attend here Tuesday to attend commencement where served' und each girl HOn with lead ii rue mi to about the time
went to Sunday punch was The evening service will be at : 4
and was a guest at the home of I
the funeral of Mr. John B. Neff. received a corsage bouquet of sweet the topic consideration. being,: "The
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. {car -
Griffin peas, and the young. men boutonnierea. I Enrichment of Personality" The Bible When in Doubt SHIP to One of These

Allan Canova, of Jacksonville, is of sweet peas.Thefparty : seizes on all the vital and. subtle -

spending a few days with his parents Children ( proceeded in automobile associations. to shadorf forth the
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and of "
Mr. and Mrs. E. E Chnova. to the Gaiety Theatre, where they oc- wonderful fellowship which unites the Three Houses '
Brooker, were guests Thursday at the
cupied reserved Heats decorated witha 'Creator I and the creatures, ; and the

Mrs. Emily Philips vent' to Plant home of Col. W. T. Weeks, and while canopy covered with crepe paper of suggestive\ symbol of the vine and the i
the Memorial day ex-
attended
City Saturday to visit at the home of here v> the class colors, gold, white and green brunches will occupy our thought on'' c' .

her son, W. II. Philips. ?_ i I ercises. The picture enjoyed by' the large au- ;'Sunday evening. H. Miles & co., New York i

Fred dience was "Smilin Through/ a Flrst I The Bible school will gather at '.)::4.:ij ). Berry & Brandt Philadelphia t
: and Evelyn Jones,
Misses May .
Georgia Runner and Spanish pea National attraction, featuring'NO'rma j a. in.:, with classes for all ages, J.
Dover, Edgar Price, ;Mrs. W. B. Alex- T.I' D. C.
& Co. Washington
Harrison
nuts. J. F. Kickliter. It Talmadge. Quigley, superintendent. The W. H. ,
ander und daughter, Miss Wilma, of I
After the picture show the party hand, senior II. Y. P. U. meet at 7 p. I I I"
Carr Colley, of Jacksonville spent Hampton, attended the, t B. II.' S. com returned to the home of Mr, and Mrs m. a They all handle Fruits and Vegetables ,
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Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. A. I mencement.Mrs. Epperson and happily spent the remainder

Colley. of the evening with music I CHRISTIAN CHURCH CONVENTION 'II'
I J. D. Hunt and Miss: Kathleen
and conversation. The hall Will decorated i MarketI
for
Stokes of Jacksonville,' who were the See R. B. ALVAREZ
,
Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey, with ferns and huge bowls of

was a guest Friday at the home of guests during commencement of :Mr. golden hued flowers, and in the reception i The conventio-tChristian;; church-
A.M3rinsonleft Wednesday I
her daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.. and' Mrs. T. room white roses and, yellow es was ,held at Graham April 29th, I
home.
their I
: for flowers were combined with greenery. and was/a great treat to all. Dinner -

Miss-Viola Young, of' Chicago, arrived The girls of the Junior Class served -I wall served on the ground and
t Mills- Tatum, of Jacksonville,
Wednesday and is visiting her [ Lucille refreshment that carried out the made it possible for all to nerve the
of Mrs.: Vivirette Lewis. I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Young. ,.18 the guest class! colors, the brick ice cream beIng i Lord most of the day. Program, for
to Starke to attend -
i Miss Tatum came of white und .green, and the cake the day was an follows:

Will Struth, Jr., of Jacksonville, is the commencement exercises of of golden hue. Small toy favors were I Song service-:Miss Francis :Mur-

visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,OuTE. If.{.S given each guest as mementos of the rhee. \ I I
I
William Struth. occasion. Punch was served through Devotional B. Crews. I II 1
Mrs W. McCarl, Of St. II bJ
Mr. and
w of'' out the evening by Miss Laura Wynn. I What constitutes a good Bible I

Miss Sudie Lee Colson, of Jacksonvlllewas Augustine, were guests Wednesday Those enjoying thi.* long to be remembered school ?-F W. :Miller.
I
F. A. Scott. }Ir. and
the guest of Miss I Madge Mr. an.l1\1rs. occasion were the Seniors, How/ best to help our teachers to I
to attend the fun-
Midilleton< during commencement.Mrs. Mrs. McCarl came Misses Ethel Griffin Audrey Johns, do good work-J. Allen. I

eral of W. J. Grant. I Margaret Long, Madge Middleton\ ,, The place of the Bible in the Bible i LESSON TAUGHT '

.. 0., L. Beasley and Mm. Clara Joyce Terry, Hulda Urinson, Eleanor : gchortl-C. F. Rivers.NOTICE. >
May Durden spent Saturday in Jacksonville A large per: cent of all our ailment Hedges, Messrs. Tom Limbaugh, Ras
liver. Scott'sLiver FROM HUMBLE SOURCES 'l
inactive
caused from !
are
,. Brinson, Charlie Johns; the Juniors,, N
I Tunic takes the place of calomel I
Eunice Perkins, Blanche Alderman,, ..

The' regular meeting of the Wom- and Is pleasant, safe and sure. Scott'aStore. Isabel I Fernandez, Claudia Terry, Iris I I II To "point n moral and adorn u tale" we present three'little

' an' Club will be heW Wednesday, Epperson, Laura Wynn, Mary Boyer, I "Thrifleri" who- lire natural horn advocate of

r ;May Ifftji, at the club house. I Helen Hinson,' Charles Darby, Comer I' The Business of I PHlif'AUf.DNKSS; : add curry the point of their advocacy
Mrs. Agnes :McCormick, ;Misses Bessie I J in what they do. t}
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Af B. deMontmollin, of Montgomery and Bill McCormick, Frank Drem- CLAY COUNTY NORMAL SCHOOL J. R. Davis & Co.STARKE The Squirrel the Roc and the Ant. Hani workers! all of

Ala., spent Monday and Tuesday ley and Clarence Ward, of Gainesville I The Clay County Normal School\ I them; their chururterislicv: may lie studied to ailvmitJKc

t "with his sister, Mrs. J. R. Davis. motored to Starke and Kingsley Lake for Teachers will open May 1st nt I j FLA. ; by tin" humans. They all work and save for u "ruiny
last Sunday. day. They always have something l.iid up for cniergrnriex. -
Green Cove Springs, and continue for FIRE INSURANCE!' ,I .
GENERAL: The great teacher, Nature, him taught them
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Jones, of Hamp- will be eight weyks. Those wishing to prepare -oj ACCIDENT:. ANIJ BOND AGENTSWill I HOW) TO SAVE. Why ran WP not lake this lesson to

ton, were here Tuesday to attend the The community kitchen ) for first, second or' third grade heart and be as! good. "TIHHFTEHS" a-. the Squirrel, ,

funeral of the late W. J. Grant. open next week for canning beats and certificates will do well to take the be continued at the same place the Bee and the Ant? 'r
other vegetables. Any one wishing to
course. The program%ill be so arranged and in the same firm name an hereto- Adopt their precepts. Kmulutt- their inellxxlH. S\, VI':.

\V ,M rs....J L.1.. Briggs of .i Jacksonville .da canning may phone ,to Mrs. J..: R. that any one wishing to do 10 fore. ,I This Bank otters the source of Safety and Service. i

'pent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Davis for reservation. may review on all subjects. ,

A. Z. Adkins. This special term for teacher is Ail buninesa intrusted to u* will be i -

'_ r r jit*. W. E.'Torode, of Lawtey was provided for and under the control of carefully looked after In the future

To ewe ...tl...... Ik* mMflfmm here:Thursday to attend the Memorial and i HANK OF STAKKK
... tau a ..sAta..a the county board of public instruc a. in the past, your patroncgewill
cottam -... .ItankOV. .. day exercises! and while in town tion. be greatly appreciated.J. I The of Helpful Service
-- iniiimlm.Tutt's of her sister Mrs. J..W. f Jiank
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was a guest The tuition to students from other { FLA. '

Pills.1 counties will be very moderate.You -
To Cure h Cold In One Day !
will 'enjoy a term with us.
BKOMO <(T.I I O .- Co.
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IL&& J1'ft' 'r- -I attended ing-- at San by Antonia 250. !Monday night was LEON COUNTY- SHERIFF IS OUST- rcsentatives road.The of the employe---'


"'-" '_.'-'-----"._" ---" ''''''-'-'- Scminulc-Experiments td control increase will add agout '

r--- I jet-lery leaf-lyler and leaf hopper are 000 to the payroll and affect al,

Bradford being conducted here, calcium cyn- 000 men. The Boston and Main,
The
., With j ode dust and a bait of bran, paris I,! EO FROM OFFICE BY SENATE road recently Increased 4)0i() (

green and nitrobenzene going used for'' and section men three cents an I

Farmers these purposes i I Two large clothing firms in K
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County l I ter, N. Y., increased ,
!, Upper: House Acts Immediately on TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL wages t.

rAlL .1.1I FIREMAN CONFESSES: TO cent, more than, 18,000 employe

P I.U................................................_.....-....................... KILLING OP SCHOOL! (;llL :i iI j| Principal Recommendation in Tabert of Governor Case lie That Removed Names of Thoseha Paid Sobncrip- (fitting by the increase. Add,
I
I have been granted in
I From lion During ..\pnlI wages mn
I I the building trades
although ti
I Richmond Va. 29.
Joseph
April Ollice'I
; ;: :; : well) into the summer. I I' ; roads thus far take the lead
KL'ICAL COMMONSENSE: : Enoch, 23: u fireman employed at the Tallahassee, or- I Mrs. Annie\ su-rntmrg, U. B. Wiggins in
I London Purple eggplants are good the ': II. R. Lewis R. D. Bower, Wm. ing the pay of their men hart. ,
i railroad whops, was reported by id.l senate acted promptly yesterday i ,
,1 Feed and Care' fur I the figs. and Don'tLet for umrner conditions und may be E. ,T.i the pre-war level.
r police tonight to have( confessed the Ion i i the first recommendation to grow Liirsey, T. T. Long, Alec Riley,
late in the und l
planted quite summer
i Them Jet; StunttRBy \ the old W. Baitdun J. I''. Turner,
brutal murder of 16 year out of the legislative committee's investigation i Ward, Geo. ,
no garden should exclude and i *
peppers I I GOOD STUFFI
okra. school girl whose body was found In of the death of'Martin I W. D. Carlton, Rev. W. E. Daugherty,

rt ( Spuds Johnson) an abandoned field near ftcr home on I of North -,tho recommendation Mrs. G. B. Colson, J. il. Alvarez, Mrs
White Japanese radish, planted late jTabert Dakota J. Frank Thoman J. C. I He was, running a small haiuntore
Friday morning. of Governor Hardee Ada Saucrs::; ,
t L Lust week I told you I folks about | in April or early May will provide a I Enoch: who' in said to have been unj I I that Sheriff J. R. Junes of this, Leon :Manning, T. X. Limbaueh, Rev. L. W. I in a newly' developed. del i
hog cholera and the protect! my
;( way delicious vegetable for the table { and the wholesale dealers! fount'j '
tom green j I admirer of the title I girl, who was a be removed, from office. ''Kitkilter. Goo. Cone, F. 1l"lume, W. I
I county
business that plague: Now ,
lute in June and in July. Andrews J. L. Harrison j backward in payment of his ace e.
(chum of his sister, made a complete l E. 'rorode, G. W.
think I ought to tell you how I manage i _________________ I| The governor submitted his message They sent him letter after letter, ,
confession tho crime according to W. E. Jones T. A. Andrews,
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I to feed! and bring up my pigs And iI recommending that Jones bu ,
HOW 10 I.KITilE: POULTRY of them polite but each more thre
I Capt. Alox S. Wright, chief of the i Holland Johnson, Errol Alvarez, E.
I
'rl l shouts, since this is the time of year 1 BUSINESS I !1 reirfovcd for nxnlfeaance in office than the last. they
ing Finally
detective bureau in the presence of' :M.! Davis, Mrs. J. O. Luke, L. L. Leach i
when have lots of such animals to after the senate reconvened
wo shortly ,
i I I I five detectives and'a notary. The E. B. Shipman, J. S. McNeil, G. C. their representative dywn to givi!
care for. I I at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon '
Florida has been and is heralded boy's story was put in writing and Wackermun, R. M.\ Cason, Mrs. Ella a sporting chance.

You know, about the first principle ax a great poultry stfte. Still. enormous I was acknowledged by him before the i I from) its week-end recess and at the JoUnson, James 'Shepard, Thds. E. 'I "Now," said the dealer, "wo in'

in raising pigs is to never let them quantities of eggs; and poultr: 1 1 notary. same time pointed out that under.an Oldham,.J. L. I'eek, Mack Addison, have a settlement. Why' haven't

I get stunted. Start them right. A meats are shipped into the state.! I According to the alleged confession opinion by the supreme court his own Louis H. Hill Chas. R. En ey, Jr., I sent us anything Are things s>.
mother sow that is in good condition Thu question has bzeen asked "If power of suspension was not etfeUive ?'
Chea- badly/
t I which was made public by the police, H. F. Woodard, Enoch Griffis,
jl when the pigs come und is kept that this is a great poultry state, why is' during a session*of the senate and A. J. Thomas W. II. Biggs, I "No everything's going fine. \
Enoch said he had an engagement to Icy Fogg, ,
i way is mighty apt to be followed by a it, that it does not raise all its puulf that he could only recommend action. edn't will
take her and his sister to the motion E. M. Futch, H. II. Parmenter, W. L. n worry. My, bankers guinntce
f bunch; of fine sleek f ( Held Secret Session I "
fat and
pigs. try products that is consumed withinits mo alPriarht.
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picture show Thursday night. His 'I Griffin, C. B. Roberts, 0 Morgan,
,As soon the pigs are old enough boundaries'Z' In to that The Tienate went into executive session -
as / answer "Then haven't
why paid
r Y Wain- you up'
sister decided not to go to the show, E. J. Lewis, T. G. Carter, W. E. ,
.' about two weeks! -I teach them to question, specialists of the Florida to consider the message. It remained "Well' see, those threaten!)
J. you
I I Mrs. M. E. Edwards, S.
he said alone
I and the other girl went behind cloned. doors _for__ on_ ._,!wright
shorts
eat and and meal.
peanut College of have this to u
corn Agriculture well
letters of
Futch II. N. Abraham P. A. Crosby, :yours were so gotten Ui|
Enoch is reported as saying that he ,
j ri This. is done trough hour and thirty-five minutes a4 the
by putting it in
a ( say: went home about nine o'clock Thursday Turnbull J. B. Howe, Mrs. Catherine Teare, C. that I've been copying them and sena-
President
which
4 with milk. It will not take many I "He who would say that Florida is night and went to bed. About 10 end of L. Gilyard, Levy Norman, Dr. A. H. ing them out to some customers >If
made know, that he had appoint.JdSenators
Y titiMts to get them eating these feeds. ,already a great poultry state )is o'clock he Is quoted as saying he got of Freeman, G. A. Gardiner. mine who won't pay up, and I've col
v Then the pigs should be put on the slightly incorrect. He means that John P. Stokes, chairman .< lected nearly all outstanding debts t
out of bed ,and, after wandering thru
d 1, pasture with the ojd sow as soon asP Florida is about to become the Investigating committee, and W. was only holding back because I fe-
a, great the streets for some time went to the BOYS FIND BODIES OF COLORED
member of tho
McWilliams
they are old enough to run about well poultry state. She has every advantage : railroad viaduct near the spot where A. a BABIES IN MARYLAND I'ONDBag : sure there must be a final letter, and
? ? committee of two to
I which Is about a week or ten days af- committee, as a
i of such a state and there is no the body of the girl was found. I wanted to get the series complete
t ter they are born. Grass-green and { real reason why this should Hbt be I report on the governor's message. -Hardware Man's Idea Book.
Enoch Is reported to have said that Contain
to
Thought
I Although Mr. Stokes and Mac Wil-
t 1r t ,. growing succulent animals.--is very necessary for the about America.the greatest poultry state in he, waited under the viaduct for sev- liams, have heard the testimony in Believed Sacrificed to pUPPies-I' --

s ew p( t i. When the pigs have followed the eral minutes and then saw her com- the Tab who believed How It Worka.Tlte
"Many in advantages
our down the hill. She alone he
ing was colored
be- Voodooism practiced by res-
of
sow for weeks have the opportunity appearing himself Indl.
seven or eight they and who had faith in the man who !imagine
q pros- said. As she approached him Enochis fore them in the light of their new dents of Crisfield, Md., is believed responsible
should be of the whe
I weaned. After weaning see of penslble l Is course one
f pects making a good living in the in the confession he
quoted alleged for the bodies of two color.
Earlier membersof be
that the pigs get plenty of pasture, standing. yesterday Imagines his loss would irreparable -
pursuit of this Industry, have gone "smiled at her and she smiled at me." ed infants and the bones of
shorts and meal and skim milk. the investigating committee had many and he usually turns cut strongIn
t' \ into the business, only to fail, some Ie{ then said that he struck her on,. found nothing] but BnfftlantoK '
C t Below I am giving some rules hand- stated they were unanimously in favor more being in, a nearby pond. Imagination.-
disastrously. There seems to be tricksin the head with something he held in of the sheriff's removal. State and county officials are Investigating Times sdasvwe
;, t ome several months
ago gy .my the trade. Those tricks nothing
"' are his hand.
ac county agent. They are good. The governor's message made ho alleged voodoo rites among lestetaa. GIII gewir
1 i more or less than the applicationof The youth denied, according to the mention of Judge B. F. Willis the colored population, rites which
i' County ,
j 1. sad
r Don't neglect the pigs at wean- certain *vitality sue jnrrny by parifyte
Ing time. 'I principles and practices, officers, knowledge of what transpiredafter who had shared with Jones the pro involved the sacrifice of babies. I rlrhlaj tho blood. You-.n soon fel*a fltnagic

i 2. A stunted pig never helped to : which, of circumstances.course, vary according to'' he struck the girl.Enoch'waI I minence in the testimony before the "We have never looked for anythinglike I "-l.m ( nvlaoratlai CfW:\ PrlocW*

varying taken into custody yes committee of the : this," said Judge Holland. "We
raise f investigating past
a mortgage. To
Stop a Cough Quick
i "Everybody cannot aisechickens terday and was subjected to a severe i that such
two days The executive told questioners never thought meetings
3. Provide good pasturage, plenty or ducks or turkeys, but many more grilling which lasted throughout the I i take. lIA ES' HEALING HONEY.* a
could have been and the
going on sacrifices -
of skim milk mineral matter and II III he was not prepared to make
medicine which
raise them I cough stops the cough by
can successfully
than are
\ night. He taken to the spot
was of human life made withoutthe
shorts statement concerning Judge Willis healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.
( corn or peanut meal) and any
lots of yo u water and exercise., doin gso at the present time. It only :I where the girl's body was found about at this time. His action regarding II whites learning of it. We intend of O-PEN-TRATE

requires a knowledge of. the 'game'l 2 o'clock this morning, but detectives Jones did not come as a surprise. It, to sift this matter to the very bot SALVEifor Chest Colds. Head Colds and

./ I and then, of course, the correct application who accompanied him said that he I tom." Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
that he in close
KEEITHE VEGETABLE GAKDKN of that was known .had. kept HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
2 1 knowledge. I I maintained his ignorance of the Inquiry The bodies were f. und by three
the of the ;
( touch with progress should be rubbed on the chest and throatof
COMING "But how
,: r :' is one to get that knowl t. crime.
since Saturday when the twoofficials small boys, who they said, watcheda children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

\. ,I fs, I Enoch was placed in solitary confinement coming within his jurisdiction colored man' dump the bag into the The"healing effect of tLrs.' Heallnfl Honey' la

..r ",(.I 'j.!' There i is no basis for the idea that or her county; or home demonstration later tonight and a special were brought into the testimony pond. The;,' thought he was drownIng side Grove the.0 throat-Pea-Tra.e combined.Salve with through the' healbtf the pores effect ul of

y! h n' vegetables cannot bo grown in Florida agent, attending farmers' meet guard was placed over him. i in an unfavorable light. He followed some puppies or kittens, and af- the akin soon Btop a cough.
f!' l during the hot ings and schools, reading the bulle- (I Both remedies an packed In one carton and the
i summer months, A warrant formally charging him Closely the stenographic proceedings iter I he rode away on his bicycle, they "coat of the combined treatment la 35c. f

V ,, and those vegetables in the garden tins published by the United States with criminal assault and murder was asfast as they could be trans- (fished up the bag. When they discovered Just ask your druggist for HAYES'

I that will soon be depleted should be department g ucrao lturelture and'the issued late today. cribed. what was inside they reported HEALING HONEY.!;

''''t' replanted or others planted to take Florida college of agriculture, and | The girl, daughter of a tailor, died their grewsome find to the police and

their places, says W. L. Floyd, professor studying the practices and methodsof Friday afternoon. Her Aconscious Tension High the investigation followed. IHUIIKIlWWW<'H"nmlllm"'ullDU"'.,,
the
ti There wasgeneral feeling as
!p' e of horticulture at the Florida successful neighbors." form was discovered In the field early Dr. C. E.Collins, who examined the
to
grew'on that he prepared
"t). y college,of agriculture. Friday afternoon by a negress. Her day was bodies, testified that he thought the

;fJ;;!, q For early summer planting small EXTRACTS: FROM REPORTS OF skull was crushed and ugly woundson move.against the sheriff and the tension children had been dead about six a---
became
; bush lima beans, pole beans and Sieva COUNTY AGENTS the back and front of her head about the capitol more months. lIe said one body was that
lq In-I
pronounced as various reports were
butter beans will ults. The dicated that she struck down
was of a baby about a week old and the!
i pole beans and butter bean will bear Wakulla-Farmers are much enthused a heavy blunt instrument. Shel was circulated concerning its probable naure. other wall that of child possibly be.

,n all summer if trained on a trellis and over prospects. They are now rushed to the hospital but did not regain Tallahassee, staid in its habits, tween two and four% years ule). The 25

k ,r t l kept cultivated. planting heavy hog crops and are consciousness. historical and small of population of the, head of.&third body was also foundin cent

i 0 California Blackeye, Yellow Sugar having their herds treated for cholera has taken hard the disclosures I the bag. A search is being madein t i 1

t, Crowder and Whippo"rwiM cowpeas control. I myself have treated SHORT COURSE FOR SCOUTMASTERS past ten days and somehow the ap-of the belief that other' bodies may .
the sentate chamber
in
are suitagle for this season. 3,218 hogs since December 1. pearance be found.

'I t A few hills of cucumbers Klon- of I Professor L. B. Edwards, the -
( A short course for scoutmasters Want Adwill
t dyke), watermelons Tom SiavJuhns-A car of 38 bred ernor's secretary five minutes gOV-1
t ( Watson), pure the state will be held at the University WAGES STILL MOUNTING:
) of
r(' squash (Patty-pan), cantaloupes( the Jersey calves has arrived from Ohio of Florida, June 2930. The''convened, had the apearance .

j ,. Paul Rose), and pumpkins will yield -being purchased for the county calf short course will be promoted by the passing of the first clouds. Following Railroads and Other-Industries Going

surprisingly well in the summer club. The calves will be cared for a Boy Scouts of America and the gen- out the'customary formality, the sec- Back to 1921 Levels sell
escorted down the aisle a
a A few rows of Country Gentleman month by the county agricultural advisory eral] extension division of the university retary was

y i or Stowell's Evergreen sweet corn I committee, co-operating with I of Florida.Professional by the sergeant-at-arms, heralded as -

should be planted the state dairy specialist, before "a message from the governor." The Various wage increases given by
every ten days till going I men, teachers, ministers -
I chief clerk took the returned railroads and other industries duringthe
placed with members of the calf message,
a and others who realize the opportunity
club. to his desk and Mr. Edwards went last week indicate that the end is $$200. Horse
.' for service and the value of
1 + I I back down st ln. The senate began not yet in sight, so far as soaring
I being able to put on an up-to-date
Santa Rosa-Ordered. 20 dust guns Scout program for boys in their communities to work on routine. Most of the Salaries are concerned. An agree

A y}Is week for farmers who expect to will be invited to attend the senators had been out of town for the ment providing for aj increase pf ap

and It is doubtful that proximately $23,000 monthly for em-
week-end
apply the improved method. of boll short course as well as the regular any or a
n weevil control. numberof them knew the nature of ployes of the Big Four was announced .
Scout masters of the state;
the communication. Newspaper men a few days'ago in Cincinnati, O.
Training will be given in the essen-
Wish St. thought they knew and fidgeted in It was said unofficially that the increases -
Lucie-Many growers are nowspraying tials for successful Scout leadershipand
their seats with the thought that its would raise the wages of the
l'! I with bordeaux-oil for mela- a great deal of practical work $$1000 Car
consideration might be deferred. men to approximately the same they
five taken Cardul for run nose control. will be given in Scout activities.
wora-out' Then Senators Stokes and McWil- received an hour before the wage
condition, I -
HI"I i ti .. and sleeplessness, Dade--A local party is setting out llama came running in from the Investigating slash by the United States 'Railroac

I was weak, too," says 640 acres to avocadoes, while anotheris ASPIRINSay committee, grinning like' Labor Board in, 1921. About 7,000 or a e

Sllvie Bites, ol Jennings, setting out 100 acres. The demandsfor two youngsters late to school. Mr. men are affected by the Big Four ruling aaW

\ e OklB. "Cardui did me just lots avocado1 and mapgo nursery stock Stokes apparently knew the import .

4 l }. of good-so much that I gave it are so great that nurseries have booked "Bayer" and Insist! of the message and he promptly mov- Wage increases ranging from one

to my daughter. She -complained ordefs it will take two years to ed for its consideration. Everybodybut and one-half to three and one-haU ,: SIO.ooo$

e of a soreness la her tide fill. the senators was run out of the :cents an hour for all grades of common '

,j and back. She look three chamber and the doors closed. What labor employed in the northwestern 'I 9

bottlMofCARDUI ClayWe have put on a "live at happened thereafter is not publicly region of the Pennsylvania rail- I '

home" contest among our farmers, IvtiN" known gut it is known that Senator road system were announced at Chicago -

the rules being to keep a record of Stokes talked for some seventy-five after negotiations between rep-

i I the quantity and variety of things minutes and Senator Calkins followed
the transcript of some of the testi-
the him briefly. The irate shadow of Mr.
grown on farmfor farm and fame mony and said Je

ily use and to make a display of same Ir.S Stokes could be seen through the win- "I wish to call your attention especially a

H at the county fair this fall. The ideais dows as he talked all over the floor. to that part of the testimony .

to make the farm self-supporting. With the executive session over .
M. J. R. Jones
affecting pressedthe
';; The Woman's Tonic Mr. MacWUliams and Stokes'went "
rf opinon that it was not improper
back to their committee Investigation.Says .
Flagler-Farmers are purchasing
For him to call the senate's attentionto
and her condition was much their: cowpea seed co-operatively the Charges Justified.
I yli the supreme court ruling that the
better. first car of the season being ordered Unless. the ..The said he understood -
t'L': VWe'kave you see name "Bayer" on governor's message executive could go no further than recommend
lived here near this week. packafrn or on tablet ;you are not getting the. legislative committeewas What is
action during the sessionsof more econ-
f,' Jennings' for 26 years, and now f the gomiiiM Bayer product pre-
I still further testimony
.taking
1 r. we have our own home In(town. snribcd by phynicians over twenty-two the senate. "The authority of the
I Okaloosa-Our farmers are olngstronA' safe "which, however, we may assume will omical and profit-
'ya I have had to work pretty hard. ymra am proved by million for governor is limited to recommenda-
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on fertilization vultivatlonand be largely cumulative It submittedNo
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lon only and the utstion of removals
Colds Headache
11. u this country wasn't built up, ,
boll able
weevil control, rather thana than want
I a t 4' aid it made It hard for us. Toothache Lumbago! your prerogative based upon the record t a
large cotton Earache Rheumatism! Worm l la a nealthy ChltdAllchiMnn "
acreage.
"I. WISH I could tell weak submitted. the message said.
Neuralgia Pain Pain .. troubled with Worms have to unhealthy ad in this l''
"I have examined the record
; as paper
women of Cardui-the medicine .
which Indicate blood and a
t Pasco Tableta ootor. poor >a
--Beans, potatoes squash and Accept "Bayer of Apirin" rule them In. stomach disturbance submitted to me and am of the opine
l / : that helped give me the strength Kaah ,,unbroken M man or
tomatoes Ire being marketed at good only. packagecontain* HOVE:'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC !given tmtularly What have
p r ') to go on and do.nf. work." prices. 2 good / direction Bandy bate oftwee for two at thre* weeks wtl enrich the blind.mpnwvtlMdlitMCioa ion that it fully justifies a charge of you
Eli crop of watermelons tablet coat few cents. .. malfeasance in office against Jone'stion
L I Dnig- I ( n ia expected though the acreage la giant aim eel! bottle. of 2and& ( To'\/cro/ the whole. ._..... N'n"11 then* only and the question of removal to sell?
short of last year's. A farmers' meet- Aspirin i* the trademark' of JOo'j brow offer lnDt. l the__.and rbe.. (.bled w4t.'... n
:a ." .-------.,,., -,_ Manufacture of U Uoaciil ter of ta oirtv.a it..*lU>. M.a"G' .... ..... from office.a

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MICHIGAN t :::- BTViiR "to. Tuif li'Itll'h'' called! 1 001'15 :"' _"' v -.,'P. .-a'iLAXATHX '#" UIIIL.., mtnci>llAnfMHia. on Tan* R&A ; IPBKO from R
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OFFICIALS THAf.'lPATTERSON Kol.rrw and wif to 1'owcll and I'owoll.I
CLAIM *
I on-run in to see lur with aa Knster I j | PROMO QUlKCra! :: Tablet: *ew... IKCUUM. .".1. In Hook No. 0. MiBPiillHnuoiiH, ;

Something to greeting nnd an IiivttatUm to accompany Thnro) l IH only POO *"*T. Uuiulre.E. hmtif. from Ililllard John mm nnd "'

church. And don't for- W. GltOVE'S ., M...... .." "" .. :II..... Powt'll and Powoll. rtKordid in 1.,1 No,
you to f>. MlKCfllnneouii, Pair* 14lft I le* 'r"n iftiI'ourllSmilh
KILLED DURING A RIOT get the sorrowing! onea on this great I : t'o., to Powell' and Powell.
Think slbout NOTICE TO BIDDERS cordtd: In Hook No. 4. Mlacollanvoun. Pit'
day. The note of sMiipnthy. tho short I Thi* Town ouncll of tlio Town of StnrKo, :.::111. ...- fnmi C. X* ..k and wife 'to I'.w.

call, I Is ne\er out nf place nml remember Klorlifii. will recpiv .onleil bitl> up lo 8:0(1'( oil. rpcord.nl. tn HtHik ln fi. Mlao., Pnn.4tM ;

By F. ,J. WALKER. I IUH.JUS' that uuHelllsl.noxs\ It) oIIIl't of the p. m thnt on time thv 8th tha .bliU 1nv. of will M..bo)'. A.opvnml D. ,li'J.l'for:I. mulnt V teAMO nuunti fr\tm nnd O U hiiHbnnd In to and Pow.li wlfo: and U> Powell Pow.P "

i nig, Mich., April 25.-- Imports l.r ;Ktsliiture will be atiki-d U. lequvstin I II pint of the da>'. .lust' as un exercise I 1'onUon. Tractor. on* ||. '..nl.. In Hook No.6. Minc<.dliin oua,

i ank Putteraun, of Orlando, Flu.i I nixeitmntion by MichiitiM uuthori- I of social eudeaxor. try to ,e 0 how '1 lio Council tvurrvr* tho rittht to rvjfct *ny ,1'nuv 1'.1.46J: O K. I..n liook and wlf* fi U> M.c"l.I"'A. Powalland ,
nil bh... ....h.d N. > *
of Ionia :: IS LAX I) mnke liappy on I I' I'.. I HA trano EmptraLumlMT
i > til minute reformatory tii". into l hiili ou i an T. J. r.RIFIIN. .
cities C.' A. rtWCH. Chalnnim To""n Counrll. Otmnmnv to I..nl ami .w.lI. re*
In.
ii' mil club blows on the hvud in son, 21 I of Orlando, in a reformatory\ a Easter "day. Kxpeclnlly. big! I Clerk. 4-6.6)-fl-4 pord.nl in 1..1. No. 7. 1. all In the pub.
with 1 I f YOU are resulted to continue where most p<> ple spend' too nuiny j jtioltdnys Un n-cordi Bradford County, rlorldn, recorded
on riot guards April 12, at Ionia from ] ,
alleged brutal treatment Idlers' Island contrary Is this by tho clink of ttm circuit court of
your search for < In selllsh solitude. PETITION: unit, county.iunrillrr1
onflrmud today by Chief \VuriKan I
it was indicated here today. to Uia adUce' of I Hie experienced, nplrlt of iwH'lnl attention to be desired. We. the wndfrnlnnpfl' (Mxpnyvr.* petition yo\ir !nWELt.

.- of the reformatory. Two prominent Orlando and disconcerted souls out at to'Borne honorabl board to Brant u. aft .lit ion '' ( \ of Marthn Klon-nro Powell andMllmm
tliuue
following
attorneyshave I A little note 1IU" the 'U't.rininii whi-thrr or not thu twrrltory hnrvln'I \ I C. "1'owi-ll Jr.. Minor llclra of
f
,,,.ding to Shean, the prisoners offered their services free of the elbow! who lime spent the best I Rcipmlntiince'. who Isn't 'quite fa- hIt"'d:8:; : nhnll. bv orvAtuU into, a pootitl I" I A.'v.n'' : X>" .... ;'1U" ,

tllglnll a noisy domoiiHtrationt charge to the Patterson family to I yeura of their Ihesitfn Its quest, you i ralllar with the nays of the, city In 1 Iw tvrritorv d..e.IOOd an follow* i I'IcNIu"I.nnll..n. 830.6n i f<

.< u feature reformatory dis- push all investigation into that may set It down us! nn unassailable whichou live. IN nn ottl'utllU'hlcb All m>etii>nii ..M. liat, 81, 4iu ln.! if 27. 2(* --- \ 1
rl'pll1.ts tint. the >Vr t Half I of Soe. ). in ruwiiMhip NOTICEIn 1"
i.c when they1 were ordered to attendants of the reformatory whipped fact tlmt you nre doomed to sorrowful won't take- much of your time and] Is M. U. 21 Eact.Ritinvd .HIP Circuit for Bindford Ctninty, ..

tI, i J' cells by Leo Rolfe, one of the younj; Patterson to death. I disappointment. sure to bring happiness. : I I" ) J KC tlNnF.UmLL, i I 1"IIrlln., .hMI..I"mat) 1.,'
The who dreuuia of this mystic ) tlxrlv Imtniimiiit Company a. I
.... iila. Patterson refused to leave The youth "My 1)111'11"11: niiik,1 : C. CROSllY.H. 1 \ .
youth's body was received here place forgetful of his duties to Rmnll token UNl KKHItr. COrl'r.ll..n. | '
sweet.
urndur ami when Kolfe "Tills \N lust n W 1.:. fc.UMONl: bON. .
attl'mptY"lterduy form reformatory where Complainant.n
) his parents and hiM employers, while bringing niih It in>' sincere wishes for 4-13..'''''. \. ,

force him, knocked the truurd he died several days ago. C. Hand I he Is flttlntf up hi* phnntora ship to a glorloit* rnsterttdi*. Have you decided the I*lorfdn' Land, nnd J.mllr.. ,

Other prisoners mme ti> l'a1IIn undertaker who took charge of the,,111111 uwn.\' In \pursuit\
> '- aid and Kolfe was fored to body, declared the skull was fractured pleasure, Is heading straight: to n land There IH nich n delightful\ service nt May Notice 7. lOJ.I la hereby th. lt IIlv.n a>. of tltat all at county 12 m.conv'riaof Mon! tVfomlnnt'*. .a'
to Till
,, i lid himself, Sheun said, Sheun doIn three places and the body showed of sorrow and deHolatlon. wlilrh be St. Timothy's four o'clock.; You I ilraiirnrd' ctiunty will be raid in fmnt of 'To the '1\1' l.nttd Quirt InimiKratlon* Com* I.
when 'thn Konth dixtr of th. courlhou.. tn Stnrki 6 ,
'I Kolfa used his club striking indications will find In the meridian of life Is the little brown churrli
i of brutal treatment. I' know thnt Florida, to the hlvhMt and btwt liUUlur for pnny. a corporation, Frank W.I.... Often ,
t t. rson over the head several times Letters from the inmates of the re- his sky Is turning roy and the Icy on hrown ..tl..t. only a few minutes' .aid eounty ounvl..... Buhjpct. to tha laws ROV Hhuy, Jann. T, Sotiter anil John McKao.r I ,. l' .
(rnintr .."' ... I'wrhni of mniU\ \ < .. will .
a
winds of winter nip hilt shivering body run lriiMi ON nf tlm lorMtt Kiillrond Comimnv, "
knocking him unconiiLii.ua. The walk from' jour house. 1 am sure you thmimh the 1023. Th. board. acorpunUinn. > ,
fomntory received by Patterson's parents year naorvva W. II Uttvi* and hia wife, liar ,
action declared and free/e up Ids last remaining energy. would appreciate the music. nnil the tho right to ....JOfl.r; .D'11o..l1J't rid J Uavla, John 1.1101. *nd hla ;
was in a < t..I. t.Unu.. "....... wh "I'f self-de fens"'. service. a Chairman Board of County Conunla.tliiiirr aro ,. unknown.
> riot lit the school, and placed the There Is only one event at thit time; The few. flowers. iiccoinpnn.vIng thli AIt..t' '; E '

blame for his injuries on Leo Rolfe, of Ids p"IHtem'whil'h really astonishes U. W ALDERMAN. You nnd iach of you N.nro hortrby required']
note .er\e ns nn excuse for your suggestion. Clvrk. 4-C- t-B.4 i lie nnd to aPiH'iif lvforc I the Juiluo of tha ,
ando April 21.--The Florida out of his self-
a ifuard at the institution. !: and startles him rircuit ,',"rl for tli. Kltfhth Judicial CI. il >

Imposed Impoverishment, and that la, I' cuit of H.'ri.lu. In nml for Urndford ), "
(l>F.K3 tho IHth d y nf ..J.1 ji. ." *hu
he 1'0Dnot build himself up n.:nln to -I-- !iealiHl bill.* will bn ifCflvctl by ino I".nrtl h", iK0 In viifil.county in Sturko, Klorlilit.,<.u.1

hopeful manhiinil.He !. of liund triuttrrB of H mil ford county, HnrfiU. iwttr a bill of complaint t the Coughed Up Bullet. nt tin oIVlew' of tha .caret*ry of tha board! atStnrlte. you tn aiiid court by I.itkcriy, ln\iwtm.nt Co.a .. j 1In
Is pushed nnd jontted on An nvd man of :Xewnrk, K. J.. deprived Horldu.: until l00! o'clock' p. m.. of ooriHirutlon. oritanim'd. anj ".i.UII undtrthn \
streets und takm It us n matter of no clinnco of May 10th.l 1K2.1. unit nt thnt: tun* publiclyo Inwa of tlm .1.. of Morldn.Tlio I
some doctor. of the ).riit'd for conMrurtlittf flll approxfmntf 1y
consequence ; he N shunned 1 by old operating, for the removnl of a bullet I nnu fr't I Ionic: Mt tho: north pprotiah: to tha Hrndford,r publlMhtNl County in T"h'I..ph.' a Hnitlfortlcounty. unUlvnoufipiit I, I' l .
friends who PUSH 'dm with a sneer, Hun In FA rl\cr brliluc ut Itrookt>r. cwntatntntrtippmxlmntvly Mi rldfi. IN t'.rk L
mouth He went > ) im thauniHiHr
the, roof of hU ht-nby .h.lv".t
from
.
.. .
8000 cu. nf nmturlnl. riHnflmwy
tire In hla : ., which ilua n" bo puli (I
but there Is nt enough ,
to ConeNlnnd, swiiHiiA siuue\ suit bi> aeon nt thu utfluc. of thu county unirl- .'hiMl\ (or vluht cotiNtMiittiva weak*. "
kindle, resentment he In miserable ".. ,.
blood to ; nnd! roughed I the tnilli-t. Several I'ltc lund In tha bill '
tdiiicrlb4d nf
water up I 11"* rlnht U ipaanaJ to rjoet any or nil complaint
und luntly, hot so ilull In H..UIII.Milly weeks before, the old man hnd bl.... :hi thin:: cnuw'. tht tltlo to which I la Moiitcht I
:
I thnt he l 1M unconcerned.He W. K. TOUOOR, t (jiiirttMl atiainttt tho abu\o U>f mlanta, .:
fired four bullets Into hN. heinl.' Three C A. .'ITCH. Clutlrmun: Pro Tmi.Sucrctary. pnrtioulnrly "li crlhtMl. a. followa. to-wiii :

TUB TWO HOASTKUhTDO1UJ1" ; :No; 1 um not;' bruKKi'd Bobby, "I mny sometimes midden, try to uf brace hope i were removed b>' surccons.; but his .4-19-51-5-11. I ..I'Inn:) timrtr I Half of of Nnrthwrat NurllnnMt < himself up an n rny -- -- -- -----
am not nfrnld of anything./ I nerve failed, him when lie, was to'havc ( Ulf of Haullmfwt iMni'l.iof Nurt.ieaHt '1
momentarily Hushes across his darkened I Norictc!: OPHy KJ.I CTIO .Jtiart"'r, ami nil .I the Hotithw wt (junrlor uf
Ids mouth extracted. .
"I um Just as brnvo as )011. said the bullet In thu Miwtr vnMrd In thi>nt by tha lawn ofIho NI I t lu ant ljunrtrr lyinir utwt of I hn iitibliorond. '
DUCK: was n pretty bltfRcluck Tlmmy! "111m not afraid of anything mind bijt, the effort! proves too Stiito: ool Kl or I dii the board of ttublla !InNtntclluti ; known nil th 8mrko nnd, KumirnMinr I: .I 7

uml lie often went Mullingrtbciift nuich for hi III. Drndford county, rlurlifit.: hitrcbynr I <,u.l.l nil of the nitld liiniln b.lnl In Hoc t ion t
either. m an election tn bo hvlil In Ih.> K lhyHtihodlhuuiia I I.. Tmtniihlp. \ Kiin, *" Kiut: nndcontninlnir ', "
UM pond by himself. He nna The background of Ids subconsciousBelf -'-- 1t.'h.
So under the tree by the road not nn Hntunlny. Mny 5. UHi'l>' to J<.>- 110 or lt<*. mul whloU )
not afraid of Mr. Fox or anything for Is still \'''''1'1'.1'Ith. dream pictures tfrniitiu whether or not fleet Inn 21, $Jt, Z.I, t4, !IninlM tiro nl.o drflrritii l"an Lota Two.
these two bnigclng/ little rrciitiireuthinking Dreaming of an Absent One. 2H. Vfl. 87. KH ami thu Wtwt Hnlf of 1m:v Cnnovaa -
"> had nevlr seen :Mr. Fox and nothing / of all the tilings they could of Idlers' Island blurred, by cobwebs To dreiim of 10:1'1\ hilt oter the nnlence > Iwp, A 8.. U VI E, thall ho erontml. Into, aHptclnl aubdivlmon In'tho North Half .k H_ ..

had frightened him until the day and out of harmony with the tnx" Ht-hoiil dfitrlrt nml. to "hoct thtvtrimtnt tu. 17. '. 8 Uouth. KniiKO. iflt tiiiNW "
numo of which they were not afraid. I ol anyone( Is Mild. to be( u cum and Ucaiirnnta' tho mlllnttw lu b. .*- ." .wuhll Mnn-w, inorw or U_ lhnortnut .,
he sailed over to (lie woods on the colorful scenes around. him and Ids PMd.ror. '' 11 ,
*
Old :Madam Spider Slit en u limb ot sign that I the person you dreiim <" will mch anld lota bvlnir a. fol
other side of the pond present physical nn.1 mental lassitude.When thit Minium of holding. milil ,,l.vtlimlhu low* : Lot' Onu ouiitnlninir 41' A Hfl-lUD ncro*.
or :
the tree. She was not very busy that I soon rciui n. nnd with friendliness following mnnnirini aro mmointedi J. 1.. Irttt Two conlnliiM tl I<) am) 40-100 MCIHM. Lot
Tlnuuy Squirrel ved In a tree, In tile morning, no she (Intoned to Timmy and ; lie was! twenty-live he was love grown: nil tbi stronger through 4inikrhUl, C. O. Crunby: and W. K KtlinondHon : i- IhriMcontain* 117 and Hn-IOI ..... I 1.1 Four .

woods with Ii1s father and mother but lazy, can-lens tviistefnl. nnd, linproldent atanyone's ..nl.I.I tt ucn.. iot contnnn( ami
of rdoli Ing II
Bobby lnMiKtlnc of their bravery. absence. I'.ut to ilreaii': I.. W.. KICKI.l'IKH. ? l-1t u acrca. .
now that Timmy wai growing bigger "Hull" slip tlinuplit "I will wager a < with frlend-i eer.where dellffhted / nl'H.nce mean.* thatyou will K. II. WIG01NS. Clmirrnnn.i WiiiuwM. my hnntl nnd' iwl nf anld court.
to<1iol|> him spend hi.* Inhorltitacej; ..n'wOliltl i It..pt.ry. 4-KMU5-4\ thia Iho IHtb duy uf April. A. I I'. HUl' ,
every clay he often went out alone and '. ratherHow
fly I can xciire those two out of their shortly' KcclMue\\ H ) (J. W. AI urnVAN.

uo the day that Bobby I I1lf'k swam Bonnes" nnd slu bojfnn lettlmf herself now thnt lie Is five nnd forty, hn Is bl' 'ltll"1I' MAST Kit'S ,HAIR I Circuit Court for llindfonl> ( : ,

over to the woods alone llmmy Squirrel down by n slender threiid right over .destitute. and, alone, left to drift senwnrd ._- '-.- Nutloo .U hertiby nlvpn tlmt under Htid. byvlrtuo .I.rlFI.:. Hy C. A. KNlOlir.I.lunll
wltli the ebbing tide.! of that ct-rtnin flnnl ditin. of fnwolfMuro
w .
bad gone down to the ed 'O of the their heiuH), Clerk. -.

pond without; telllnK any one where he "I know something you would he Oil thnt he could warn the hot- Spain Got Name. by tho) mnilu Ilonorablo and "A."h'rrd V. Lonir.on Muroh juilna Itl of lUJ't.tlm i Mollcitur tor r'otnplainnut., 01"1, -'I.n.d-li)

bended, youths oC today, of their folly. Bpnln ctymolQKlcnlly. mean Rabbit i Ircuit Court. In nml for Ifrndfurd County, '-' - --
was going.Hobby \. nf'riild of" said Tlimny Squirrel, "It I III11' Hut he (runnot. He Is dexplsed, nnd Peninsula.\ The -vord In, accord'fig riorldn. ',In that certain vntinu wh r.m thu NO'TICK TO Illfl>KI(3St

Duck snlled close to the bunk :\ Owl. and lie lives In our woodxOh !Hunk of htarko, a rtirnnrnliun. in rnmiilnlnAtit. >nli'd' bliU will ha received, by tn,* !!
shunned' ; rnsKed. hungry/ Kuunt ond'] '! tn xood\ nutliorlrr, derlvcil from nnd Ix-na A. McClunir. (*. A. MoCluntrnnd of llund TriwUN-a of 1"1<
before he saw TJminy. "Hello," said he Is u great big fellow with eyes l.o..ln| t'onli-y' Ir..I..d fount y, I .
cold\ nil becauxo In his earlier dnvshe the I'un81\ >IItlill rabbit. This mil- aro tlt-IViidunt*, the unikrMlKiiMil ,.1... nt tho utrtco nf th. 1. .. of the Hoard "
will iirtr for aalo nnd will .tll .
us big as a moon and claws us large forcAfth nt Htnrke. Morliln' ) U
{ refused to work. BO tlmt be might, mill has been verynuinerniut tn the to tlm hlHhiiii and bi-nt blildrr In front: Muy in. 1UU.1, nnd at thnt laO i p. m.,
nuliliuly
I! as u tree and u great big bill that I If of tlm rourthoiuo door In Blur kit, ltru' lfur l I opun-
whole < < ud. for *
have" tlm<> to senrehor Idler's. Nlnni, country, often destroying. : I : ,
sharp, and when lip opens It he can citnnty. Khirlilit. on Mondny, th 7th if y of F ApprnxInmtJ'ty' TOO fcneo .. tn bit .
an' where now he Is Imprisoned, for I1fa'ItrJ. l ('rop'fl'lelll1 fcru-ti wero .kept to Mny, A. 1) 1H2I! during. tho |p ..l |lioim( ofKM r I| <*d, ulonir the llrookar rond" .hwtwiwm d.lv. ..

take In lila mouth nn.\thing as big J923. by MoClur> N*w.p..pe| r ")',,.lIc.I.. I drive I Innnhnnln out of llirlr. holes. In, for tin'; nurpiMia of .. tlnfyln' iinid I. Hnnl" I'revalta In ""." "
you are and not have enough to eat (( crM*. tho follifwlnif. ronl. *wt U Hhunt I nnd. AM : ::; :: direct, .eh 111. y
---C-- We flixl 1 the rnhMt often rl'II't'lIeot'" lytnit In Hrndfor l l'I"i
) county' MnriilH. ,,lo-wit: f.
.t and' not thannl
then. -.. ..- .. .. .. on ol' Both little bruisers were !getting w""tlIart..'" of Suction 'Jhlrly-flv (Inn), '.nrt 1.1". or cypretta.Tlm .

sciired, at this rrlptlon. Even Timmy MEN YOU MAY MARRY :It1ltQtllItlltlwllJtltIItJCIlIDWID<
himself! was ready, to run nnd Just By ETHEL R. PEYSER COFFINS & CASKETS ri K. VUURYMA .I W F..
Bp clul Miultfr. In c-lianc: )'. C A rUTCIf. TORIOI' '.
at that moment down dangled old II r>. r. KNicnr.Suliaitor H......' ". '" m.." J
:Madam\ < Spider, hitting them Ixtfh on. ft: am a Man Like Thia Proposed And a Full Una ofUndtrlaAere for Camplninnnt." 4fl6t64MAftTFIt'g \ ,

the hend ns "li<<' "\vn>'P 8AIKNotlfla !: IN bircl y iilven to Iho eKUene of

forth."Uuiik I" cried "Bobby Duck wnddllng his Symptoms chilliiictn: Always M H If Ihe Rliinips back' of In t1i AU1'OM- --UEARU of la thnt''he why certain irivtm final thnt di-cro under* of find byvlrlua : '::::i.r'm"'I't.t' ;: :I'n",bill tlmt In w tha*, the'Men' timlurulunifd. M*-. .

pliMiiin' madu nnd" .ntoo..d Jahimry .1 Ion uf .
fast to the pond he almoot It wax meant for the top of his on r".1 ( 'olnl"l.r" of tho aiat of Flo,.
so Always on hand. The bent Her l II. li JU, hy llon\ A. V. Ix>nr, Jmlii of lila. iirovldfnir r.fundlntf of all outitnnilintr -

tipped .over, and away he swam without head llunds nlunjs In bin pockets .Wat the lowrat price. Sp'"- Cirouil Court In and for Hradfunl! '''' tirhiHil In"'b'"m.** of laid county,
hlorl'lu. In
thnt crrialn whvndn ,
"I Am Not" Bragged Bobby. one look hl'hln.llilm to nee the fiifcof and, If pciHxIble' his leet nrealiiumt CM: attention/ to telegraph "rI Urlmon In rumplnlnant" catna and J. J. C.iitcuhnanH rvpnit rm filled.W i if by I hn o"I..n'.no. notm Initt and"ruction tlrnoIVH ,

Timmy Squirrel. on the level with head. >id Amnnitu tiatrchnm: ar. dufitnduntM, thundiralirnvd .. f Itmtlfonr county. 1.I*ten MM p.hl., the
Embclmer. r *
pro
r Krgmtered :; : :::;
will offer for Hriln and will null riilii, poitlon of Union; :
enmity. 1 Florida 1 I of
"who are' ? Aren't But Tlmmy lout nt) time either, for You iilun.VH nre eiiKiiited In telling r.. riutli thit Haiti
TImmy, you yon I r to hltfhwt bidder. In front ofthfe 'lnd> btndiii' *. IH d"!noted' therefrom, and which
afraid you will !jret your feet wet?" long before Br in Htnrk. Itriulfnrtl pnun* 'imMitmlni'tia of Ilradforil. county, nfl r d I .
DeWITT f ty. hlorldii.l un M',mliy. tha 7th day of
Mny. "I am not afraid of anything," boasted pond he was up the tree and In a hole up." He's! always surprised at A.: H; I it J.I.: durlnir, th; IcvNl Imuni, of njt*. approximate: ;: : : tho count aum y'a nf l-KMHio portion::; alvlnir t

the he knew of, where IIP sat t trembling mid your not lovlnir him to slouch STARKE, FLA f fxJIDOJmJnmcnmmTOO1lQJCJUllDIU1IJIuoJCllfIJ'j f*r tlm imrpono of nntiifyin( .r mid Until. ilocriNtthe ., Imnrd of iml"llo Intitructlon of mid ..'r
Bobby Duck, s limning clone to rnlluwlnir fh..rrlb.,1 n-iil r.'lut. In IIr..Ir..1 cotifity.' T''loridn. mitborliy' IHNIIW and aitll
bunk and scrnmbllnK up. blinking seared nil but to dentil. and Immire In your simple presence : ( ; county, Pl'irfdn." 10.11.'l'h. howotlnbln (Hindu nf Maid Bradford. county In

"1111. Bn\ '1"laughed, Madam "1 knew At the tlienter you rant North Hiilf of thu Nnrthwimt qorlt.trof the ntrirrc'tfal,* .um of aald, Indi.hledneea, which]
"Bet are ufrnld of Mr. Dog" BnldTlmmy. thti Nort IwnHt Qunrtnr nf tlm Hunt hiuntWuartfr bond ln-ar not morn than al,
you It heard one brag as they > ,Mm., he fullx low In hisneat. .1.1 |wr aenfc
; never any K< e so of Tw nly-wU r flf. Town.nhit Int.". (
did that wasn't afriild of even a llttlo : > rlva (A, Krh.:::: ftnnic:: Twanty-two fit) HIM! U* Iw .. "nun.. 1.11. not afmannually thnn*
"No, I am not" replied, Hobby Dmk.Tiy In .14 to 31 Days I Kiwi: eontainlnu Five ((6)) acrt*, mor nr It.*. threw. ..dnllnra. luu'ti.. tho mur.
creature like me.1'11., I have wasted IN FACT 'IJIXFrtSv"lTH PEPSIN" Is U.N. K":UII'I'. of riaid'h..oo' ,INI R.l. .rl.
0 inndtt due and .
1>p.-cmny
of :\11'. Holt 7 .
\\ I be afraid I
should enmigh time' for today : I must get He Is the Inunce lizard ypu've prepared SyrupTonic-JLuxauve for llflbltuiiCkddtipntion. HM| ..lnl Miitttur w Chniiovry lint Ilmt dny of Aiii/unt. A. O' ti>24, and on.*
Tie home." A, 8 ritEWfl.Kollrltnr H*> Maid, iHimU, bo :
lives at to dun and
over my pnyiilil' on
busy and. up the Mender thread xhe' heard nhout. : It relieves pniuipily but for fornpln, n\nt I.ft.nt.-B4.NOTICE the h.r duv of of rnoh find
Au".t every
"Then you are' afraid' ot'11': Fox, went taking It nlth her\ us she moved. Prescription for th* Orlde-to- hou'd! Ie token roguljrly for 11 to 'U >)hi' yt'. ""'nflvr, nld .Inrh-hk-dnrwa

said Tlmmy ,II B:) by MeCur4! Naw.papar Syndicate.) Be: o Induce, regtilnr action. ItStimu'u' :t" 11.01 i TO rONTIIACTOKSunliMl hart l..n fully pit Id and .atlHlled. which bowl*
-
nldn will, ba .rtvi-l by thti Poiinlof If on on fill tnvuhlu .
: n :1 : property In
P.'I"tP8. ''I'M' :
J) F'urnlsli vour home with ? Very Pleasant to faft)1 Ittmd 'I'runl">,'M of llradfor,t county. f'a"r. r1 'iiri'r. eounty, florlrn.i | nnd t > hw: paid
'k HtiinlM.Absorb" ......n Idn' at thu office of tha Hr.rttry uf tit* of thw irenttrat atthoot funda of nald' Ilrml-
plnno bnurd. nt Ktnrkv. Mwrldn. nnlll 'd o'clock. t>. ford county, Horlda. to b* rained by nation
SEAnoAnn TRAIN SCHEDULE Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the This: CLERK'S REPORT : 'uf Mny IJ.( 1DVU: and at that tlma pub rnt'h y. *nr, by aMironlnir all taxnblu properly, ,
r.ly'.; for : :: thoreof, and pilrlnif I th until
npi'iittd lioiird
ewriMtnictlnir' or Irn* : of pub
(In effect Jlln ">"" only stops they make between Jacksonville He Loveth Rest, Who Work.thLeu. SUrko. Flu., April 1. tfl'jl.Hnprrt provlnir tnw '..lIn..lnl rondu or ofndk lic Innlruetfon j of laid Hrailford: county; I Klor-
Court .ot"n.
ot the CPtrk of thf .irtuit
In I !H, U* n.t mtlfli* mirtlnn of aaldMitlinol
Southbound and Tampa., ; In uml for Ttradforfl Cntinty Flnrldn. on ae* fUmd N,. 1. ,fttata No. fiindfi thereof. 81rlnh.n.><|li* to auldl J
(( by MnClur. 'nell .....1 II"Hk. 0.1 Ro.,1 .
N.'paP'V )
from .oonl of ta>M aiwniird for th* y>.r 1922. 112. Apiiroxininta Icnirth 171.8 irtll Inturmt und prlnclpHl: each >Jur aa ..am
No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10 a. m. Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated -# *:""' '''' II:. W. IIAYKH Tlm, totnl (junntltiea, of tho Hwma on whichRrtiiHiMfilw brconia duo and pnvnbli*.

No. 3 10:50 to St. Petersburg. No. 7 -. -( >- Tn Collretor .. Nlrd .. ai>pr.,)trnHtAly| K. S. M"'IIJWS.
: a. m. Hampton To liradforfl Coanty-- l>. K KN/W/ .

No. 21, Cedar Key Train 4:68: p. ra leaving Hampton 11:50: p. m. and No. Stray Bit of Wisdom. Coanlr rrop.rM < liarlnir and,' icridiblnir, 22 tfl acr. -----. : t..1 .
roh' I, ha) lu .. Kxnnvatlon: 28.000 cu. yibi. TO tjUIET IIII.K
When nre laws < 87
men ,
No. 15, Limited 1:18: p. m. 8 arriving Hampton 5:10: a. m. These pure ore useless Ity .mt Bollmlcd:, --..:- .::.: .9m.It !t ,ind machlnu Irwlnll. 7"0 vtiitlnnii.IN In the i JI.I.Ircuit Court, fur Hradford .
: when men are corrupt laws inch pi .. County,
anbroken. I'
In. I. I tn ('h. ..
Northbound .
are through trains, St. Petersburg to .- nlHrwll. April I. to bnl due ____ ______._. 0,71.72; 1 21 Inch pl.o. UO l'I.i.I"If William. "
No. 2 arrives! Starke 4:35: a. m. Cincinnati Ohio. Kin. and Porftltura Ht .OliO ft. Ixiard' meajiur*. .1 On .trluiriant.va I
March to "bnl due 4 Iny nurfaclnv mat..rla). 6.000 m. ytlnMiNinir .
No. 4 at 4:00: p. m. T. J. GRIFFIN, By .t1.colloetwl' : --:::::::::: ::::: :UI DOO nnl' Hhnplnic nand-fllay Rurfavu i 211"1 I'hu Klorldu Land and ImmlicratltM .

No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. m THE RIGHT THING "! yiln. Company Corpornt on, .
.. f.
Agent. April I, to bal dun __. _. U.I7.IDCoanlr Al work to hn don In arenrdiinre' et at.' .
No. 16, Limited, 5:55 p. m. atth* R..d and Brld.. "plant and I nut ruction. "irnnnral provl- I Di-rimdnnt". ,

Wannee Branch -- trr.l': to bal clu. __ _\_771.1 4D Ion prnpomtl*; Mpt-elal: provlnlonit. : : : nd To t hn unknown helm, dev!I. *. irra .
; : and contract of Flrmlford :
RIGHT TIME coll.ct l ._- 210:11 n.I..a ind claimant 1 of. throuuh find under '
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45:; a. m.No The New Age. -a Ir49T.3flulalandlnv fltfd Ktvh: ..h..k bid on miMt a INI bank mc..ml."I..1| 1. C'ninly>, II e. Wh..l<.ir. d... April I. to bat due > K.lr.,1 mmlftratlon '
104 arrives Stark 3:15 ra. Fond l'al\I1-\\'I'II. Non. what did DUPFEE mad. pnyahl* to C. A. Futh. .t.r... Hunrdof Company ( .rl'.r.'I"' n.J II. J.
p. By MARY MARSHALL Indibtodnma f.ndMnrch llnnd 'I'ruatMM, for .. .a.viy. A 1..n.I., MirKay, Krlrly/ MoKny, tho
Limited train No. 0) due at Starke IOU Jenrn In schoi.l tod'iy ?" Son-"Aw. I, to hal due __-....482000By .mount bid. an *wltin| .. "f p irond r ovnt fnlth nf and tho : nel
/ much. dad. Wp hndda couple ol amt coltoeud ._. 135 OH .* m that If awardi-d th" Crovtlnii*
flot o'Jr.nl. e..lr..1
You
11:22: p. m., Jacksonville to St. Petersburg. : 'h" .KM>UU tha contract and ..Iv.* and eauh of you are hereby required'
two reelers- In history, a three reel I ASTEIt I'TIQUJTTBMen : : April I, to b'al due __ HIJ 81 bond mm .i !. bo aod t appear |h.r. th** .'",1... of lh

trave'-' In geography\ nnd Ar'it nunty MchoolMarrh Thv .q"I..ur.I l to rJvet any or all ."I". ."it,,,, ourt for th** t.h'l Ju.I.I.1
3\ie t I"n. In and
Limited train No. 10 true at Starke I, to bal diM _192X1 (IKBy bid'*. for Ir.lrn. on
reel" nature study. Th*>y 11"1" inft are t"l.h..I.; through acta en,1 .nepcb. amt eullMtod -...-._ 640.8(1(1 and' b at th. I.h" 7th dny nt'1 MHY 192:. eourthouao
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5:45 to Jackson i IIAn. ..lle.II"n. may Mmtn .n Haiti ."un')'. In Htarb Florida,
: St. .
a. Petersburg ""
m., Wext I" '*. the and ) of n answer
wild "ce
fit' .. A* pelibli-K 1: are .iiivothed on the rolhollWHAT April" I, lo bal "lu. -, .-111743 oll..p,clllcatlon*. may.n"ln.!" obtMined .upl.frotn the a hill of complaint whihlud ait a i you la
ville. ?>ut they" don't it uo. "> bea h. Connly: Polla I rcr.>tiiry of tn t board: at H.6<* I p r copy ..1. .eotirt hy J. If. WIII..m.
March I, to bal due __ 64 0By Bradford' (: a weekly
at of
(These! two trains do not stop I Widow .1.1. the plan* may obtalnvd irumtha oun'l
are you going to do wltb amt collected ----..--..._ 14.00 arcrttary of th* "board ..$2 R''II **irh nrwNKaH>r puhtlnh tttark. Bradford .
It I hI W. E. TOnoitK. Con'.. Florida. IN h *.. d.IKn.h.d na tho
Kimter: duyT
-. your time on April I. to bal dun -? 631.00 C. A, FT ITCH. Chairman.' I'ra T.m, I'n er In which thfa notice .1 bo pub*
ever the pvrt of women to retuvuibei 'Te utlv wweka.
March I. to bal d.... ___tMI ttBy I 'lh. land dMorlbd In UM bill of complaint
In their
the' feast days. Men busjllvei I In thla oauaw. th* title to which la
GENERAL INSURANCE amt eollectrd. .__.__.? 142.67 aouicht to
would long UKO have forgottei NOTICE It* quietMl airnlnut the above defvndunut. arelartlrtilarly

If April 1, to bal due. ..._.____.___6 04.U Nutlca la h.rhy ol..n l to all prrmntia In- ibiuiribed follow*, to-wit t
women .
the cudtoins of tinseason riub tfrhnol Mono .!<' In 'k. .t. William < P..I. Northvant Ourt.p of the Houthwmit Qurer |

INM AN & RITC hud nut recalled them to their mindi March 1, to bal' dti. _...-.,...__.3H72.73 I. of Bradford Omnty...... Fiord., *. ,! HwetiAn 1ft, Town.hl 6 "ulh. n.n. 24
.. that f, Plorwnca K. ll, iruardian of Mftrtha A Uo a l portion ,'h
to church By ....t eullixud. _____. ,.._ 140.8:1 I.. tl.nl"I. *
must ..
AUTOMOBILE To bvicln wltli you go f'lo..n. IOW81 and Wil.. C. Powttlt. Qunrter ".t (Jimrtrr of aald
FIRC. LIFE BONDS Jr.. will on day A. L>. llr l, H..tion, and
Even If you- have not been to church April t. to bal dun -___"lltr...._.3731.20 fownvhlp .n. lytna went of
at 10 In th morninir apply the Htark
to thoU"nm'ahl. and
,.Iok Lawty p.hU. road', aad eon
Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 Ince HO IUDe ago that you ire ashamed March 1, to fcal Koad due B.nd--___T _, ._847111.14 A. G.n. C4>unty Judir. offlrm'lfonl tiklnlnir B and 1-H a*!**, or l.*. morepftrtlcjilarty

Hoars Every Day.* to suy when, jou must go on tauter! By amt enllMUd _'_,_._ _..:...!::!.! In Hiark*.County.for an ordrr Plnrlda.to at.rll the at courthouM prlvat* or t r of aald: road di erlbod on North aa Iwirlnnlntf llnir of "I.] en-de*

Sunday-saint arid winner society: puhl'O ..1.. all tha rt..h. tltJ* and lnt.n> .crflMfl .. run >W. April 1. to bal due __.-31J73M.04 ... .., 'l.th.n. ..
of Martha Kl and William tho ,
I FLORIDA hntera.. .. t. *>r nf intil Northwt>
STARKE and society .Cn
elect U. W. ALDBKSSAN.Clfrk .
; 1..1. J... mlaor h of tha aal'l W Iliumf Quarter of su'h..t Quarter, thence South
"church-goer" Circuitourt i .. and to the 717 ff .
Of courne If you are a .. fulliwlnunamnl t aai l road, thenc* on aitralnht
pBrlxh church lS.alj' BIT C, A. KNIGKT.Daputy I rty, altuaUd In Urad lln. to point of beirinninir. Al'.".
you *'1I1 go to your own Clark ford :
County. PlaVda. towltlOn bKlnnlmr at the Houthweet *** e of South-
HAROLDHUME: SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON jr.Pmidaat for the. niornlnjt ."rvlc That I* an t turp ..1 and .01.P".. 100)) dip .twit Quartor of Suuthwrnt Qu.... Townhipami
wm. p. all oh! In the NOTIC i p'EL CTIOl--! barrK all toola.. .1 .piI. nwin and cruil Ilantf*. th.n. run Kaat: on fl ctlon lino7AK T
VlcaPraaid, .Bt 5... T..... unwritten! rule we y. By the pow r _J 'In thimi b/ the lawaof lur.nl.ln.,, 4 m.' horn**, I laJdlva, fiNtt, th ne UI foot, 'h.n.
afternoon you will, probably go to Florida. lhe Board of Fublle Inatruetloaf ami harnMi, 1 ford truck, ..mol. mi '.I thoneo North 3. ..t to E.
Beat Fertilizers Insecticidel :Sprayers Poultry where, the) ervlcppeal Bradforil .....n.y. FIorl.la. In ii_lal an.alon. ary and flaturwa. all .upa and vutt.ra, and lino of aa>ld Southeaet Quart.r nf
some other churrli ealla an alMtlon tob* h.H In thaa .II properly annncctvd' with, th* naval *' ffnuthwrwt Quarior. thme. Wmt *<}<> fr.t to
Honest Prices to )'011. Nowadays In the big .hu lh".1 I..wt... on flatunlay. May 12 !. .of Pow.|| and PowM. at crk.. I Ii Nortbwtmt eorti >r of aald, ..r.,. thno4nuth
Supplies Goods Fair to ilirtrrmina whuthrr or not tho Urrltorya t a certain mortiraira irtvn by T. Brock* > on Watt lln* ot aald quarter to
f rltlen (,ne n of bficlnnlntr.WltnwM pint

Prompt Shipment < crowd at church In the afternoon a* apMial lax dlatrlct and to al.ct thraa truat : .1 In mor..w. book "Y" at par* 44(1. pub my' band' and) .** of mild aourti
.. a. and oWtrmm' th.. amount of mlllamfor li Bradford county. Hartilm ; two i hla th* flth day of A. D l'''fl.i. .
In the morning. tha .nlarB..d dtolrlouFor certain mortiravra, un* irlven ky W. K. Snail < /M.OKRMAW..
Aik your n.llhbor-He know There I II HOUIV stranger/ 'in tow I th vurpoM of .haldln. aald rlMtlon and wlfft. and on* given' by KMa K. ffnvllto !! CUrk nf Clnuil Court |or Bradford Cun'..
A. H Marlav. J. L. Harrall and J. B. How.KICKUTER.<< I Pfrwell anil Powell. n* or "Get Ul..t price liat before bu in.. I urely who needa your thought on ... .p..01...... ... .. at pair* 17. and Vm>k No. 4. Par. 3rt, pub Hy C. .... KNIGHT,
Eautvr da,.. That little woman la tbe.t.J. I..T. : li* ,.. of BrMord County, f krlda ) (Seal) ttopnty Clark.
E. 0. Painter rtilier! Co Jacksonville] Fb Jf. B WJr.OINB.. th.lrm..i. la** from the ... Company to D. K. KNir.HT.dulleltor
l....... :.W 1Af.ll. III't"lrrr I _.."" ".. ...11.11 Powell and f'owtll, rcortled In Book ,. 4 fo. Complainant* 3.111'-.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE FLORIDA I FRIDAY, MAY -I, 1923.
p'I' TAGE EIGHT
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I The union meetings which were Mrs. Alice Oliver is visiting relatives I begin to move from here. were gathered together; snmeuii" ?
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....- scheduled for Saturday and 'Sundayat in Palatka for a few days.A The strawberry shipments seem toi the Isle of the Blest, aryl in tli
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;m: -- .. the Baptist church here were attended goodly number of our people en- i i be on a decline. Still many refrigerator was bestowed on living/ men

tilt by delegates and friends of joyed a fish fry at the Scout Hole on boxes of berriJu are being There was even a St Jleatus of H
who was an anchorite V,,
1 neur
the different churches from Baker, Thursday. I shipped, daily. i
I i News Items : In the Fifth reunify. The '>iBeutrlre
t ( County Duval, Clay and Bradford counties. Atha Thomas attending the singing I culled then' Beatrix is
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i -----=-= The program was carried out to the convention at Graham Sunday KAIFOKD to have been borne by a Clin ,
I n === letter and there were an abundanceof Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Turner and children maiden who In Diocletian's perii.

1 ta1 ', 1d Interesting Facts Gathered burinthe Week br Our good: eattVn the grounds each day 1lIslleaViIlie Mae and Cantey Raiford, May 4.-J. D. McCormick tlon drew the murdered bodies. of

J Regular Correspondents. The church was filled at each service Oliver, Lorene and Vasco Hazen were Manning: was a business visitor brothers. from the Tiber and hll ii.

iLr and overflowed on the outside. Thereis visitors to Orange Heights Sunday over here Monday them. She nfterward shared! v*
fate and her rl'UPII'ere
movement foot for afternoon enshrine
.w- a on enlargingthe W. H. Ahdrews was a business_ visitor g
.e.e church here, and It is hoped by to Lake Butler :Monday after a church In Kome. e
afternoon dur .
ball Wednesday But and '
+ estimable
ItROOKEKlAt1 every lovely as s
the next meeting here that the addition HIGHLAND
inn the summer. noon.Mrs. maiden vns, It In not she who i> ?.
-1.-\Jr.: Matlbe'ws' ol Rev. Burke pVeuched at the ;Methodist will be completed. Brown left Friday morning membered so vividly as the exquisite
Brooker, May business church Sunday.A Highland, May 4.-Mrs. W. G. for New York where she will]I spend Beatrice Portlnarl, love of Dante s
(4 Lake City was transacting Crews and son, \fc. L., ]l1jss1aggie: ,
large number of our people attended LAKE BUTLER the! summer. youth whom he Immortalized in versa'
afternoon. .
,
i here Thursday misfortune% the graduating exercises at t Crews and A. A. Crews were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones were visi- and vtho'represents I. with him, om if

i 'Ressio Colnon had the afternoon Starke this week. Lake Butler, May 4.-\aurlcc: and friends at Lawtey Sunday.G. tors to Lake Butler during the week. the famous loves of history n.,,ma
i 1 d of,breaking his arm last Thursday John Langford Hughes Register and H. Barker, II. C. Wimberly, Jr., John Ccurin wag a vistor to Starke has set a standiinl, for feminine i b. ,n-
l' whilo cranking a car. George Conway, of Palatka, who ,
Miss Beth Wimberly and J. L. John- ty la all subsequent lieatrlces v'.'PQ
and children were been the of his uncle J. F. Leroy Mizelle,* of the University at Tuesday. -
t" Mrs. R. A. Weeks has guest motored to Jacksonville Friday.All he says:
i (la Starke last Thursday. Johnson, has returned to hill home. Gainesville!, motored here Thursday son returned day Mr. Messrs. Clarenc Ritch and W. C. On charm remark, peculiarly here
same except
?t i Miss Hazel afternoon to attend the graduating Whitten were viators to Lake Butler An elegance unmatched with mod
Gainesville was Mrs. Tom Timmons, y
of ,
t, Virginia Weeks, exercises. Barker who will spend a few days combined;
4 the week-end guest at the home of Russell and G. W. Blankinship, of ." Joseph with his sister, Mrs. S. E. Carpenter.The Monday night. ","Anil would you see it in a living pro it .
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. A. Maryville, Tenn.; who have been here DS. Roemer, of the Univer- from attendedthe P. J. Corrin was a visitor to Law- Says Thought to me, "attend well' j
her parents, following here
sity of Florida, delivered the graduating week.G. thv mind
returned to their home tey one day last
winter
for the ,
Weeks minstrel at the Florida State When, with a lady elegant and fair
address of the Union ;
high
county C. Sapp was a visitor to Jack-
few Harmoniously conjoined, she
Monday.
Roberta spent a Farm mo..
Mrs. Tiercy Saturday night: Mrs. J. W.
J I school, and was enjoyed by all: who sonville one day last week. along;
days of lust week visiting relatives in J. J. Lawrence, of Brooklyn, was a were present. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly,I Then an the brilliant atari Hem chest .
Miss Perla Whitten attended the
( Bradford. :, business visitor here Monday. Misses Ella, Myrtie and Virgie Gnffis away,
1 I I Miss Edna Epperson has returnedto school entertainment at Lake Butler By greater brightness of the tdvanciii,
Artford Brown has been suffering : A. N. Williams, of Waldo, is the Beth and Winifred Wimberly,
ry { I her home in this city, after a successful Thursday night. aun.
bruised of his uncle W. B. Alexander, / So vanmh, Mber charms when hen
,
for the past few days with a guest school in Alachua. Ethel Ricks, J. F. Griffis, Pasco and ire
year Lake "
:1 this week. Mr. Reynolds was a visitor to viewed.
f ... foot. J. C. Brannen and Miss Cora Spires Carson Griffis. Butler last week.W. Unfortunately for the world, the
I. G. B. Colson and son, Ressie, B. J. Saxon, Mrs. S, A. Saxon, Viv- Mrs. W. G. Crews and son, W. L.,
';1 : Mrs were united In marriage at the resi- H. Andrews was a visitor to "habits of virtue and of loyalty of
j 6 spent last Wednesday in Starke. J ian Saxon and Alma Dyal, of Pom- dence of the bride, Judge A. C. Strick were shopping in Starke'Saturday.G. Starke Monday night able Dante also sings are not to >"

r+' ::1 Miss Havana Cone, of Alachua, is pano, are' the guests of friends and land officiating.Miss W. Parker made a business tripto Messrs. A. D. Andrews; and Dr. G. found In some of "Beatrices It
her sister Mrs. S. V. An- relatives here this week. Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. centuries Beatrice de
visiting, I Elizabeth Cureton' returned to early Cenu.
W. Brown visitors to Starke on
were
I dreu this-week. ,, Miss Vera Saxon, of Deerfield, is her home in Tallahassee Saturday Ella Ann Griffis and children for Instance had a heart as black asher
t4 ?
Monday.
:' fa' 11. Ella Mae Hazen, of Gainesville, was the guest of friends and relatives here She taught in the high school here of Bunnell, arrived Saturday for a Miss Loca Cason, of Jacksonville, face was lovely.

''I the Vo'CI<.k'l'nd !guest of homefolks.S this week. and satisfaction. visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. The French have adopted Beatrix
,. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, Miss Daisy Moore, of Theressa, is G.gave W. Doyle perfect of New York City, is S. Mosley. was visiting her parents, Mr. and MrsD. and added to It Benolte, deriving the
C. Cason recently.
a I Inez, spent Monday at Graham. ;I the guest of Miss Hattie Turner this the guest of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly,_nd Miss Eth- from latter the from same benus beo an.and adjective meaning taken good.!

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent ; week. el Ricks were shopping in Jackson-
: ( Mrs. W. G. Doyle. He expects to WOODLAWN From the same source comes the Ital.
4 y the >w vk-end with relatives at Gra Cleveland Sullivan, of Theressa, leave here soon for Sanford where he ville Tuesday. ian Beadltta, Betta, and Bettlnn,
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Woodlawn 4. Mrs. D. L. Phil-
{ spent May -
,t r I ham. will fill a government position in the which Is usually and erroneously con
I Allen Surrenry, or Titusville, spent J. P. Sullivan.i engineering department. JURY FREES DEFENDANTS IN lips and daughters, Mrs. W. H. Nor- sldered a diminutive of Elizabeth.

". j Sunday afternoon here with relatives. j i Houiter-Maxwell: J. W. Newbern, of Newberry, was a PA'LATKAJAIL, STORMING CASE man and Debbie Phillips were shop- Spain has contributed Rents and O"r.
a- \ Last Thursday at 4 p. m., the home ping in 'Starke Monday. many gives us Benedkta and BemdPlo
t; ., Little Frances Runs has been onJhe I visitor here Monday., Mr. Newbern Is
; j lot Mrs. J. 11. Maxwell was the scene trial "J. N. Norman, of Winter Haven, tine. It, remained for America to
A sick list for the past few days. a train master on the A., C. L.' and The of nine men,
+ of beautiful wedding, when her oldest Sunday here with relatives. evolve the good old chorus favorite,
a spent
f; .. Mr. and Mrs. d. B. Colson were was here on business. charged with shooting into the jail "
daughter Margaret Anna, was Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Osteen of Jack "Trlxie.
visitors' to Starke Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Susan C., Elwes, of Jackson building at Palatka on the night of ,
It Is to overestimate
Impossible the
i .. to Mr. Claud Lee
marriage week-end here
in sonville the
m G. M. Beville spent the weo"' -end t given in ville and children, Fred and Frances March 2nd, in the attempt to lynch a spent effect of determining the sup-
'was attired
The bride a color
Houser. with relatives.
in Jacksonville attending to business motored to town Sunday to spend negro, supposed to be held there for posed t gems upon the fortunes -
?r'' affairs.- I i, navy blue coat suit of ,poirette twill Sunday with her brother, J. .E. Har- the murder of a ,white man, ended Misses Beatrice and :Marguerite and health of their weirers.

;r Mrs. C. J, Crews and Miss Lucille with accessories to'match.. She car- per and family. : Wednesday afternoon of last week. Phillips attended the Baptist union in For that reason every Beatrice

;, a l; Harrell of Bradford, were vistors i l ried a beautiful bouquet of calla lilies. J. W. Rriester returned Monday after I The jury deliberated only half an hour Lawtey Sunday. should Include a bit of basalt among
Her sister, Miss Julia Maxwell, played Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling, of Law- her Jewels to Insure the Immunity
;r W here last Thursday afternoon. spending the weekend at he homeof then brought in a verdict of "not
it. J. L. Gillyard spent last Thursday I :the wedding, her costume being his'parents'in '''frayne;"county,:Ga.' guilty.". tey, spent Sunday here with her par from evil which the talisman promise :
I' Starke. pink georgette over satin. Rely, Burkeof ; three ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thompson. *. While she' wears It, Saturday
with friends in lIe was accompanied"bypbis'childitn.Mr. Only of the defendants were
Waldo officiated. Only the near should be her lucky day and, 4 herpotent
of Graham, was a and placed the stand.: .Misses Elva and Nancy Starlingwere
R. W. Currency, I and Mrs. Smith daughter, on These were C. nuaiher.B .

visitor here Saturday afternoon. relatives were present.The Adelade, of Alachua, atten/led the E. Smith, L. J.i Bryan and J. Baum- shopping in Starke Saturday. ., by the Wn..'. """dle.... Imf)
Mr..and Mrs. Hubbard, of Jacksonville bride is an accomplished, young commencement exercises at this place gartner,-who declared they had been Misses Lois and Gladys Norman -0-

c'Y1 have Been here for the past few lady, ,a graduate of the Starke high While here they were guests of P. M. instructed to get measurements"for a spent Sunday with relatives in the A Treat for It. I
,) school and well versed in music. Mr. 'Wateroak
4 y days visiting their daughter, Mrs. R. I Padgett and family. dump body for an automobile truck, section. Little Muriel was luvlted out to dinner

't ,_. E. Foxworth. 'Houser is a son of J. F. Houser, and Quite a few of Lake Butler's young 'and that they had gone out a distanceof Herbert Bradley, of Jacksonville, not long ago ntnl bring a polite

Veda Andreu, who has been visitIng die an industrious and ambitious young people motored. over to the state farm twelve miles from Gainesville in spent Sunday with his family here. child she said to her Imstess as .sh 1
f, for the I man who is making a success in the rose from the tuMit:, lifter a generous
j relatives at New River Saturday night. search of the tnuck.: A score of witnesses __
business world. -.------------------------ repast: "ive eujoyet my appetite
i .... past month, returned\ home Saturday.P. j Carl and Eurle Brown of Miller.spent Were,-summoned to present an '
'. much.
The couple are popular Very
M. Barefoot was a visitor over to young very Sunday in Lake Butler. alibi for the six other men held. r.lary Carr
'with circle of friends here ,
large ,
1i Sampson Saturday afternoon. a N. L. Varnes has opened up a grocery All of the defendants were in

(;, Ice cream will be sold at the post I i who'* wish them happiness and sufc- store In East Lake Butler which Gainesville until as fate at 12:30 on .------------------------. common:

ra y .. office each Saturday afternoon at the cess. they will reside here. will be quite a convenience for the the night of the attack, witnesses tes-

post office building by members of the ;I UAWTE'Y people in that part of the city. tied. The attempt to remove the negro |II| Sense II
JOHN BtAKt:
Ladies Aid Society of the F. W. B. Mrs. G. M. F. Overstreet, of Sur- occurred at 1:15: a..m., state wit-

... church. |I,I ... --- rency, Ga., spent a few days last week nesses declared.,G. M. Strickland was y I T.

$ + w P. M. Barefoot attended the Masonic Lawtey May 4.-Miss Rebecca with her niece, Mrs. II. F. Priester, placed upon the stand to prove thata FAST BUT

e meeting at Lake Butler Monday eve Whitehead and niece, Miss Eunice I in this city. small car could not possibly make ..:.. SUItE' -

''*; I M ning. I Whitehead, spent Sunday in Starke Mrs. R. R. Sikes and children, of the trip in less than two and one-half SUCCESSFUL- business

,f ? ... Mrs. L. F. Osteen, of Plant City, is with relatives. Jacksonville, spent the week-end here hours. A recently that th.old rule man of "alow said

I&4 4 ,. here on a visit with relatives. |, Arthur Griffis, of Tampa, spent the with II. F. Priester and family. A charge of assault with intent to but sure" no longer applied In Indus

j, : Mrs. J. B. Shaw, of Tavares, passed week-end here at the home of his :Miae Ada Register has returned commit murder is still pending
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a- through our town Wednesday enI parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis. from Brooksvjlle where she taught a against the defendants. try."A man" he said "to succeed today
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4 C A route to Dukes. I I Marcus Brown, of Tallahassee, was successful term. must not only do good work, but do

'' 1 ; of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent! the week-end guest of his parents, Dr Prof. J. A. Osteen left Saturday DEATH OF JOHN B. NEFF it rapidly."

I Sunday at the home of her parents,I and Mrs. G. W Brown. morning for Clio, Ala., where he will ,This Is true In almost every busi

I ... Mr. and Mrs. G. "'. Hazen, who live I' Mrs. R. M. Tracy spent several days join his wife.R. Sunday's Times-Union contained the ness. for And because It la true preparation -

near here. last week with relatives In Macclen- L. Lovell left Monday morningfor ; u business career Is far more
: following notice of the death of Mr. difficult than It ever has been.
Chief Kite, of Starke, was a visitor ny. Tallahassee. Mr. Lovell taughtin
John B. Neff, father of Mr. E. R. You can learn to work rapidly andaccurately
'r.. to our town one day of last week. Henry Norman was a visitor te the high school during the past Neff, of this city: as well but to do so you

;, s Several from here attended the Jacksonville Sunday. term., v John Benjamin Neff, a well known must train very Intensively.It .

KI Christian convention at Graham. on I Misses Eloise and Nettie Starlingwere The closing exercises of the Lake and highly esteemed citizen for the ,. aP lit easy enough to make quick decisions.

,I I TU'\ 1 r'. Sunday. shopping_ _in Starke Saturday.Charles .' Butler school were !given- Friday- night I past. twenty-five. years, who resided It potwlble to make correct
B J. C_ Cone and family spent last Dinkins spent Saturday and by the primary department, under the at -3004-- Main-- street, passed away at I 1ro derisions."' But no man who does not

J. .. -. Tuesday with relatives near Starke., Sunday in Jacksonville. supervision of Mrs. Knight and Mrs. an early hour yesterday momingT; He know his business down to the last

Ollie Kelly of the Ziff section, was Mrs. Tamsel Wilkerson, of Highland Handley, the primary teachers. The was a native of Petersburg Pa., and detail idly. can make correct decisions rap-

t7, 9 ,'. (, a visitor hen Saturday afternoon. visited relatives here Tuesday. beautiful juvenile cantata, Dream of for many years had been'connected s Industry, In running at

; Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Julius Dingfelder, of New YorkCity Fairyland, was presented by this' with the Seaboard, and was an es- There Is no time to be wasted.top speed.

Sunday afternoon at Bradford.Mrs. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, grade. teemed employe. He is survived by The executive who requires a weekto

Blanche Scarborough of Bradford A. Blanchard Saturday and Sun The stage was arranged to repre- a wife, two sons, Edward R. Neff and I make up his mind about a chang

was a visitor here Tuesday a. day..A. sent a dell in dreamland in which the Thomas O. Neff, of this city; three Charming Mary Carr, who easily won, In his plant will not hold his Job very

t: A. Crews, of Highland, visited fairies danced and gamboled in the brothers, Walter Neff, of this city]; the heart ofmillion of "movl*" pa. long.

1, m.L.. O. Hazen, who has been teach relatives and friends here Sunday. alertness of fairy life. The crowded Milroid Neff of Green Cove'Springs,, tron, In a very prominent productionthat Important decisions are made almost -

r, ing school at High Springs for several Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B. house again and again expressed appreciation and Bruce Neff of Tampa. He was a gained (great fame Is the motherof on thi Instant. But they are

I : months, has returned home, the Jr., spent Saturday and Sunday hereat of the splendid work of the devout member of the Livingston Me- a family of six, the eldest of whom never mode on the Instant and made

t4 school closing\ lust week. the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M young people, so well drilled by their morial M. E.church. I la about twenty.alx. She do** not look right, unless a man can carry In his
mini all the
hr forty-odd She ha oft data on which to bus
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v' J. M. Groover, of Jacksonville, was Blanchard. teachers, Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Handly. Funeral services will be held from brown hair and the complexion *f a them. .

+' here Saturday enroute to Live Oak. Cleve Browning was transacting Miss Mildred Roberts had chargeof the church thi.aftemoon.. at 3 o'clockRev. girl of twenty. Bigger Jobs, with bigger salaries
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Bishop Surrency, of Rochelle, wasa business in Starke Thursday., the music. .- E. G. Tompkinson, the pastor, --0.- and greater responsibility are awaiting .

visitor here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. R. L. Hannan and friend, of The Missionary and Sunday school officiating. The pallbearers will be: the young men now training forth
.
Miss Lydia Groover, of Graham, Jacksonville, spent the week-end. at union of the Central Association met Theo G. Hudgins, John Devane, Wil- = :.=.- .. .. I ......

and Raiford Brannen, of Oluatee, at- her home in East Lawtey. in Lake Butler Baptist; church on Fri- liam Marvin, E. Duval, Geo. W. Moss ,. .: Hut non of them will ever be attained .

tended B. Y. P. U. here Sunday eve- Mrs. L. A. Marl'. and children were day and Saturday before the fifth and A. Kaltenback. i"What's in a Name? without the utmost skill andthe
visitors to Starke and most profound, knowledge of the
ning. Saturday.Mrs. Sunday. A large crowd attended Burns &: Campbell have charge of
a business that
MILDRED Is to be
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nipper and children R. Waggins' and son, Frankof the meeting proved a great success. the arrangements.Mr. By MAR5HAI1.F The work of the technical followed
schoolsIs
; of High Springs, spent Sunday Jacksonville, spent Saturday and During the three day session dinner and Mrs. Ed R. Neff and chil harder than ever
before because
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.' v here with relatives. Sunday with.relatives here. was spread in the little oak grove dren were with the deceased duringhis aMOTfrvwAoic ewe *MM H nn/deal M..pi : there Is more to teach and more that

Miss Della Blanchard was a visitorto near the church. Quite a bountiful last illness. Their many friends ,'...r..u je' mum l be mastered clear down( .to the

t" r' HAMPTON Starke Saturday. supply of food was on the tables each here sympathize, with. them in their .... .. ..,J-.I grqund. S

The strawberry movement to the day and hugely enjoyed by those at- bereavement If you expect to be one of the builders -
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: a:, Hampton May 4.-P. M. Geiger, of northern !markets will probably wind tending. ::.eQO of the nation pick out the business

s Theressa, was transacting' business in up this week. Two refrigerator, care I THE PRODUCE MOVEMENTThe BEATRICESOOR6S >ou want to follow, and learn all there.
town last Tuesday. were loaded Monday and Tuesday. WATERMILL -' I Is to know about It.

Thoy Dyal, of Graham, was a business I-I!I Shipments to the local markets will 4WatermilljVmay Irish potato is the latest factor of lovely women bar an- use Then your when Judgment you are called upon to

visitor here this week. 1 I I! probably continue for several weeksas 4.-Thomas Mar- in the produce shipment from to the name of Beatrice. It swiftly. and not go you can us*, It

Miss Eva Williams, who has been the Missionary plants are loaded key left April 19th. for Ohio, wherehe Starke. L. A. Davis is so far the largest comes from the old verb beo. meaning Don't wrong.

s' teaching at Venus for several months I with green berries and blooms. Prices has accepted a' position.D. : shipper, having at this writing to make happy or bless, but because to work ever try to Judge rapidly or
: rapidly unless
"!; is the guest of her parents, Mr. and for the past week have been from 15 I Carter and sister, Miss Laura, nearly filled a car with spuds, some : the Beatrice been ertrterdtoarBy ofjilatory bare invariably what you are doing.you: Such know Judg exactly /

sn Mrs. A. M. Williams. to 50 cents. Berries that have reached spent the week-end at Waldo visiting NTo. 1's, but mostly No. 2's. Much oft doe not signify that they hav beautiful been ment will result In a costly' mistake.

," Mrs. S. A. Saxon left Thursday for the market in !good cAdition have their aunt, Mrs. Anna Youngblood, comes from his own field, the rests happy, nor that their loveunry*. has and one 'costly mistake will end. your
f where will be the ,brought good prlce.-.all through the and while there they also attendedthe career as
she
Graham guest bought. T. S. Williams also carder given pleasure to baboldan fof some an executive--Just on* single'
pf per son laom Ogilen. season. convention at Graham. on a lively express shipment of of them have been tile wickedest won mistake' -- -

,' The Baptist W M. U. will sell cake Now that the berry 'season is near- Misses Rhoda. and Reba Brown joUtoes.Wednesday. en of their time and brought luffer- t* by Job. .1......

n k,+ and cream at the city hall Saturday Ing a close does not signify that the were shopping in Brooker Wednesday. E. M. Thomas shipped tag and destruction :.VhVr vr they The-0-
Wrong Po ..
afternoon. activity at the platform will cease. afternoon. i carload of beets, beans and cabbage went. So It seems rather curious that From H Story-"Sh *folded
her
t 'i Evangelistic services will begin at Monday\ over 1000 hampers of team J. F./ Turner was in Jacksonvillepart These products are now" so plentiful the name should have such an auspicious arms and looked the very' picture of

t .. the Methodist church next Sunday. were shipped in refrigerator cars, of last week on legal business.Mr. .hat it is no trouble to get enough to ning. and .Indeed ecclesiastical begin scorn." Impossible! The fln.w ofscorn

t. The Junior class of the 'Methodist with prospects of large ::4iaily shipment and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, of ''oad a car. ? The church flrat ...a.the wofOe* Is always pointed. at some _e.

d r Sunday school will sell cream at the all through the week. .f Brooker, were__here.. Sunday morning., Next .week tomatoes will probably to apply'TO' "h.tartattlllethmrrwnb; < .-

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