Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $2.00; Six-Months, $1.00-Payable in Advance. E. S. Matthews Editor and Proprietor.VOLUME .
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,, Mrs E. K. Ferryman gave a din. Sales of Ford cars and trucks in'' Mother's Day Mrs 11. L. Brownleo conducted the Tho spring musicale given Tuesday ,

HIT party at" the- club, house, Thursday 'I I' the United States alone for the first W. C. T. U. meeting Tuesday afternoon evening at the home of Col. and Mrs. + t

, evening, ,complimentary to Miss quarter of 11123) reached the enormous at tho Methodist church the A. Z. Adkins wax a brilliant affair,

Margaret} Long:, who is one of the I I total of J5,9r! !+ :>, the greatest Hales subject being Health and medical temlerancc and the wonderful music was highly

charming Seniors of the 15. II. S. record In the history of the Ford Mo- (J. --BULLEN) and a good crowd attendedthis appreciated. by the audience, who entlumiimttcftlly .
class of 1923.. tor Company for a similar period of interesting' and instructive mevt- applauded and repeatedly ,,

The hostesses received in the libra- months. This is an Increase of 135 In the old burying: ground of n town we know hone i Ing. encored the gifted performers., ,

ary, which was decorated with calla per cent over the same months last narrow mound, green at this time of the year, and Devotional eXt'l'Ch.ami !luminous Those appearing on the, program j
lilies, ferns and nasturtiums year when Ford retail deliveries totaled Wt'TulIss: Lang, James Melton and t
ilius, Buster marked by the simplest of white stones, on which are was conducted by tho president Mrs''
Mrs. J. C. Adklnn, of Gainesville Mrs
in this manner carrying out 168,500. 1 "
I written deeply a certain name and these two words
: E. L. Brlggs Mrs Grace llildritch J sly $
the class colors of gold, white and Even these stupendous figures :do lee gave the following program! : )
the number of sales .that Watson and Mrs. Ruby Gornto Jones,
not :indicate ,
I ? Miss
:n'en. Reading, A Physician's Story- I
Dinner was served in the sun purr could have been made had production >:!ll iUnthrr, Olive Ray. of Jacksonville The program! ; wan as' f e rt

where bamboo, ferns and lilies facilities been greater. Every month Chorus We Mean to Live All Right follows: +
Every morning the year round one fresh flower is Value Erica Hnxoph ni> solo-Jas.
were also used, with a table decoration -' dealer requirements have been far in -Merrill Fetch! William Brown, Evelyn I
of yellow nasturtiums. Place I excess of the company's manufacturing laid on this grave by a man well on in years, who as and Marjorie Stump Alice Feranilex Melton, Mrs. J, {'. Adkins, accompanist "

cards were in the form of diplomas I ability. For May dealers' orders he stoops, bares his heads whatever the weather. Then Martha Brownlee, with Miss 41

tied 1 with green and gold ribbon, and, reached the enormous figure of 300- he goes to his desk in the president's office of a big; Iris Epperson as accompanist Voice (a) Good Bye (Tout!). (h) i
For You (Cadnian)-Miss Lang, Mrs ,
000 Ford and trucks. .
the diplomas were original cars Martha Urnwnlec Wll- '
on Recitation
written -
factory on the other side of the town.
J. C. Adkins accompanist. ) I
verses.. characteristic of each guest receiving Following the expenditure of millions lion Hayes. ,
them. Mrs. S. L. Peck ass is- of dollars for new machinery As he sits down to his'! day's work his, eyes fall Voice Pure ax the Str.'amlf't-John Aria from Jeanne d'Arc (Tchokownky ,*- 1' 1

ed the hostesses in entertaining, and expansion of manufacturing units and first on the picture of an old woman, from whose face 'owell. )-Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Jones, '

enlargements of assembly plants, necessary shines of and Reading, The temperance stand taken accompanist. t.l k' .
serving. a strange mingling grief joy, as you have Voice (a) Little Mother of Mine +
The elegant four course dinner consisted to maintain the exacting high by A. A. Murphroe president of 1
seen a glorious sunset light the wreckage of a storm b The Star
of: standards of Ford manufacture, pro- up the University of 1.'lorlthl-l\frs. T. N..Imbaugh. (Burleigh). ( ) (ROICt.rs--) .

Fruit cooktail duction has been gradually increased More than twenty years ago this man came back James Melton, Mm.' Adkins, piano.

Baked chicken and dressing peas since the first of the year until at to his mother in every physical .way the opposite from The subject of a properly balanced Voice, (a) Birthday (Woodman. ). I
(b) Synnovt'H Song (Kjecnlf) (c)
m pastry cups; hot rolls ice tea pick- present the company is operating on what he now is. Ten years before that miserable homecoming menu in all homes was discussed. Dr. Will O' the Wisp (Charles Sprons-) t ,
schedule in of 6,500 comm
a excess
les. Emerson of Boston, states that one.third
pleted cars and trucks a day.: his father had ordered him out of the little cottage Mrs lingua. .M rs. Jones, piano. r?
Potato salad and saltines. of all American children are un-
Brick cream in white and gold, While reservations now are being pushing him down the porch steps with a rum- ler-nourished, which means a large Voice (a) Whispering (Manu XIMia f
). (b) My Lindy Lou (Strickland\ ).
Golden cake. White mints put on early predictions that this year reddened oath and warning never to return. number inadequately prepared for the
((11)) (Oscar Fox*-Mrs.
and trucks Entreaty\
would see 3,000,000 cars
acted toastmaster labor of life.
Prof. Dowling as The people in the town said the father did in Jones
in the United States, increasing right Watson, Mrs. acconrunint."
and the following toasts were given produced In recognition of her earnest work
C. White to the demand for Ford productswill turning his son out, though they knew the young man's > Punch wan. served thr'UJ.\'htlul'tht! "
: Mrs. George for many years, tho union voted their evening by M,". 1<;. M. Johns, Mla "f t
production worthlessness if ] ,
all indications are, keep chiefly solely his father'sfault.
Senior Class, response by Ras Brin- ways president, Mrs F. A. Scott, a life Mabel W.l1erf Florivo Piwlland < 1
Matthews to She I at capacity rate for the remainder They felt sorryfor the mother but they said rs. ;
son; Miss Florence member of the W. C. T. U.,fond will\ Miss Hilda Struth. A beautiful
alumni; Mrs. S. S. Dowling to the,, of the year bringing it well over Jan- the son had always been a burden,'and she had enoughto pay the required fee of $10 for her appointed Ice course was served by .
and half by
hostesses; Miss Long, to Everybody;, the million a the estab- bear with a shiftless;' drunken husband, who would life membership. little Lois and hazel Adkltm, Misses

Rm Brinson to the faculty; and liar. uary: 1 next maintaining of producing have let her starve, as she might have dnnp.hut for a Audrey Johns, Ethel Griflln; Luuilo
old C. Wall to the Miss Long.! lished Ford percentage; HONOR ROLL OF It. II. S. FOR HIM.
Jonoree tic
this affair as many cars and trucks as all other / mall J legacy so entailed.that. he could not lay hU handson Deal and Mrs Vivlrette Lewis.The 'ti ;
The guests at. pretty EIGHTH MONTHFirst '
combined. it. j musicale was given for the ,4{
were tho Senior class, namely: .Misses manufacturers lienent I of the Woman's Club and the '!." '. j

Madge Middleton, Joyce Terry,I CHILDREN'S DAY SERVICE AT Three years later the drunken husband died, leaving : A'rade-Sinclair IVck Jr.,, sum of |1\0! was .realised. ..'
Eleanor Hedges, Ethel Griffin, Margaret Merrill Edwards Me reel Hickey, Luis .
THE METHODIST CHURCH the mother alone to bear her sadness. Her friends
: Long, Hulda Brinson, Messrs. Long, Eunice Canovu, Louise Snyder, SKNIOK3) IIONORKI IIY I II. Y: P. Y. ;
Ras Brinson, Thomas Limbaugh, wanted her t6 go to a sister in the city, but she would Pauline Miner, Dorothy hitch, Mur-

Charley Johns, Prof and Mrs. S. S. The children of the Methodist Sun- not. "I must stay here to have the home ready if my tha Powell Virginia Fulix., Minn Olive The young people of the II. Y. 1'. ;

Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. George C. day school gave an exceptionally boy should come back,"- she answered. And for each Ray, teacher.iSecond U., gave a most delightful party ,.Friday I f"u

White, Miss Florence Matthews Miss beautiful program last Sunday morning meal she Bet two plates at the table and each 'night A'rllde-Marjlu..rlw Prevail, evening at Klngxley Lake complimentary -

Audrey Johns, D. P. Carpenter J. E. the occasion being The the annualchildren's churchwas turned down the covers of the bed. S.R. Johns, Jr., Charles Henry Me- r to the Senior( clans of the ,
Corpenmg, Harold C. Wall and John day service. Millan Nellie Edwards. K. Ii. S. The merry party were chaperoned "'
Powell. decorated principally with masses And he came back I But even she did not know Third A'rl1de-Sara Hope lluyncs by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Drown- 1,. i' '

of pure white Easter lilies, whichin him at first. At no other house in town would such : Patsy PrlriHon. Miss Jessie Thomas, 1 It... mill !Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair L. Peek

EUNICE. CANOVA'S BIRTHDAY their sweetness and purity were creature have been admitted. But when he dragged teacher. and the social committee arranging

PARTY very appropriate for and a children's decorationswere ser himself to a chair near the light and whispered he had Fourth grade U-Merrill Williams\ the affair was: John Powell, Miss "
vice. The proram Alice Fernandez, Rachel Silcox, MurIel Hlamliu Aldurman and Alvin (luck I
Little Miss Eunice Canova telebratd in charge of Mrs. E. K. Ferryman come ""home' to die, she took his hands in hers, and. Richard WainwrightGlenn
Silcox)!:, The Weeks cottage on the banks t
her seventh birthday anniversary I Mrs. L.. A.. Davis and Mrs. G. C. holding back the tears said to him: "You've come Wood Joe Brown, Howard lly- of the beautiful laku was galley! decorated ;

Tuesday afternoon at the home of Sweat. home to LIVE I" dorn. Miss Eva Powell teacher. with the class colors and Japunexo -

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E'I E. K. Ptirryman, superintendent of Fourth grade A-Florence Gill, Edna lanterns, and here the merry a
1;anuva, on North Walnut street. the school directed the program two A few weeks of care made him over. She got him Hutto Elton Cone. Merrill Futrh, party gathered for the evening" .,

A large number of little people very pretty features being the bap- a job in the factory, taking him to work each morningand Thomas Williams. Swimming, boating and a marshmol-

cume to make merry with the popular tism of little Katie Colley by Rev.de-L. going for him each evening, so there would, ] be helpat Fifth grade-Leila lien Andrews,I low roast were enjoyed, also a rfprvadof ', yf f tt

young hostess and each guest presented B. Simpson, and the cradle roll oi hand to fight off the temptation to drink. To her Iris Urown, Juno Bullen Louis )Hays I delicious/ eats consisting of ice tea,

her with a lovely present. partment receiving tbeir certicates enrolled great joy she lived to see him manager of the factory. Clara Louise Peek, Merrill McMillan, sandwiches, salad Ice qreatti: 'l'' and rake. t
Fruit punch was served by Hazel membership. The tiny tots Then after Theodore Young. Miss Isabel Mullen, The guests. for the evening were j
conquering ingratitude
want and
of the Sunday disgrace
enjoyed in this department
Middleton, and the children teacher. the Senior class: Misses Madge Mid- .
N. T. Ritch, Jr., Gloria very calmly] she faced and met the great Unconquer
games and stories told by Miss Olive school are, Sixth grade-Mildred .Silcox Edna dleton Joyce Terry, Eleanor: Hedges, ',
Johns, Nettie Dowling, Sam Simpson, ableDeath.And Mae Strickland, Ruth Sternberg Lois I Ethel Grifln, Margaret Long, 'Mrs.J. .

Ray.The white' birthday cake centeredthe Tommy Ritch, Emmet Key Perryman because he whose life had been saved Colley, Sarah Kelly, Charles Kickll- E. Curpenlng, Mesxrs.Ras Brinson,
dining table, and was ornamented Jr., A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Harriet Bishop, through ter, Junior McDonald. Miss Mildred 'Thomas. Limbaugh, Charley Johns;
with- pansies, and seven pink candles Inman Green, Eugene Collins Paul Him who welcomes the wanderer, and transformed Crosby teacher. I B. Y. P. U. mbm and guesU John' +

shed their soft radiance over the hap- I Felix, Annie 'Sapp. through the equally welcoming love of his mother Seventh II'rado-Ruth Bower, Ruth Powell, one Wiggins, Hugh Brown

py scene. Easter lilies and dainty I The program was entitled "Palms wanted to say .the most that could be said, there are Stansell, Alice Pattee. Barney Me lee, Jr., James William Brownlee, Alvin .

tinted gladolius were placed in bowls and Praises," and was as follows: carved on the stone at the head of her last bed tho ,) Rae teacher. Beck, Gerald l Middleton, Will

and vases and used for decorations.Ice Hymn Saviour, Like a Shepherd, two words, "My Mother." Eighth grade-Edna Manning, Eugene Agin, Charles Darby, J. M. Bell, Her-
cream in cones, cake and candy Lead Us-Choir, and eongre Matthews, Kline Jones, Florence mon BeJI) Harold C. Wall Frank Car.
and Mrs Mrs. F. II. Long, pianist. We turn to this in the book of Sternberg Frank r
were served by Mrs. Canova page things as they Andrews, Sammy penter, Mrs. Ruby Gaines, Mlxsen
Florence Powell;assisted by Mrs. E. Pl'ayer-Artbur Wood. are, because it emphasizes so well one of the finest Pattee, Ethel Moore, Gussle Mae Bennett Eunice Perkins, Iris Epperson, Thel
E. Canova, Hazel Middleton. and Mary Recitation Hazel, Sunday Adkins,School Iris Brown Day phases of that mother-love which on Sunday next shall Grace Wood. Mrs. Bessie Me-' ma Sncllgrove, Eunice 'and Rhoda I y,
Canova. be celebrated In countless homes and churches. The Gruder, teacher Bennett Blanchn Alderman, Beatrice ,
The invited guests at this party and Merrill Struth. Ninth grade-; Miriam Ortagus: and Isabel Bullen, Mildred Gill, Fannie -
were: Martha Brownlee, Evelyn and The story of Palms and Praises In observance of "Mother's Day" in this country will be Thelma Snellgrove. Darby. R L

Marjorie Stump, Sara Hope and the Bible read by E. K. Perryman. as widespread as that of any national holiday. For Tenth grade-Hugh Brownlee, Jr., I

Georgia Haynes, Mary Brownlee Lil-: Recitation, The Children in the one day, at least, sons and Daughters of all ages will Miss Florence Matthews, teacher. MRS. UAIUlY ENTERTAINS:

lian Garris, Eloise and Dorothy Ritch Temple-Etholin White. commemorate nowhere else than in their inner Eleventh "rade-B1anche Alderman SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS I

Lois Long, Hazel and Lois Adkins, Song, Hosanna-Misses Harriet Middle- thoughts-the fondest fend firmest of human relation- Isabel Fernandez, Eunice Perkins,, I S
Beverly Cady, Etholin and Dorothy Ritch, Virginia Weeks, Hazel ships. Claudia Terry, Laura Wynn. Mr" G. Mrs A. M. Darby entertained her I

White, Vera Claire Robinson Louise ton, Frederica Struth. and the C. White, teacher. Sunday school class Tuesday eveningat \.
and Fenella Snyder, Alice Fernandez Recitation, The Saviour At the history sources of all our higher progress Twelfth a-rade-Ethel Cciflln, Joyce her home on Thompson street. The It 4.

Vonda, Inman, Pauline. Miner, Margaret Children-George A. Z.Inman.Adkins and Mrs.E. we find not the deeds warlike men, but the influenceof Terry. s. S.' Dowling, principal. evening" was spent delightfully with IP

Neff, Clara Louise Peek, Ava Duet-Mrs. the mother. To her we are indebted chiefly for whatwe music and games, and at the close of
Lou Poppell Martha Powell, Lucile K. Perryman. STORES TO CLOSE TIIVIfSDAYi the evening the accomplished hostess t
Rollers Lois call civilization since the home she made and ken
Cradle -
Marie Brown, Welcome to BEGINNING THURS.. !MAY 17.
Hodges June ,Bullen, nerved home made cake and fruit
Patsy Brinson, Margaret Brown, Ha- Adkina, Leslie Biggs and Lois Long. I for her children is the cornerstone thereof. It is the punch. t//

zel Middleton, Thelma Purvis, of St. Recitation, The Child Jesus-Dorothy Hazel, mother who has led,us away from strife and nearer We, the undersigned merchants and There were present the following r

Petersburg, Mary Canova Ruth hitch, Sara Hope Haynes, the paths of peace. The debt we'owe her cannot be business men of Starke, in order to class members: One and Leo Wiggins .

Sternberg, Junior McDonald, Julian Middleton. of YouthChoir.mary paid, but a tribute' devotion will be paid her in the permit ourselves and employee lit Hugh Brownlee, Jr., James WIN

Peek, Jr., Billy Powell, Joe Edwards Song, A Hymn. churches of America, as well aa in foreign countries tle time for rest and recreation dur Ham Brownlee, Frank Carpenter, Alvin ;
A. ,E. Wall, Jr., Ben Sternberg, William Ctaases.Greeting and ing the coming summer months, do Beck, Randolph Boree, Charles
mothers and babies where the custom has! already taken root.
) Henry Graham, idredge:: Robinson Mrs. E. hereby agree to close our respective Darby Newn Alvarez, Joseph Thorn 1
James Richard Wainwright, Sin- presentation of. Simpson. The wearing of a white flower will be the emblem places of business at one o'clock p. as; also invited !guests: Eunice Perkins

clair Peek Jr., Richard Long, S. R. K. Perryman of and little Rev.Katie ColleyByRev. of a mother'gone to her eternal reward, while the m., on every Thursday from and beginning Beatrice Bullen, Rosa evlton, .k f
Johns Jr., Arthur Darby Jones, Jim Baptism with Thursday' May 1,7th,, Miriam Ortagus, Eleanor Hedges,
wearing of a pink flower will be the emblem of mother
Poppell, Merrill Futch, Ed Neff, Jr., Simpson. and its and ending August 30, 1923. We solicit Fannie Darby, Mildred Gill Ells f
Leslie Biggs, Milton Brownlee, Jr., Paper, The Sunday School still with us. the hearty co-operation) of the Jones, Blanche "Alderman.
Charles Lucian Kickliter. Task-Miss Madge public in this endeavor' and. will use
Sunday School. May there be next Sunday the glad payment of 4
Offering best efforts to fill all orders received Senator returned from
our D. E. Knight
of Fouth-Choir. tribute to the first of earth's bettering forces-"My '
A Hymn $
THE Song,
ANNUAL HONOR ROLL OF before that hour. Tallahassee the first of the week'and w
recitation by the Juniors. Mother.
I B.H.S. Concert of the Signed: attended cftcuit court.
Song, 0 Master Workman
Peek Si Burns.C. I. '
Below are the names of the pupilsof Race-Choir and school. L. Peek & Son.P. A. M. Darby.
L. B. Simpson.
the B. H. S.r: 'who were on every Benediction-Rev. A. Crowder. Fred F. Stump.

monthly honor roll during the past Mrs. S. F. Hamrick. Sam Rosenberg.U. .,
term of eight months. The honor roll of aicknellll. for the past One of the show windows of Mitch. how then may be enlarged ann col. J. M. Alvsrex. D. Miner. t

requirements are that..,, a pupil shall The honor roll pupils Williams Iris ell's Drug Store baa been transformed ored by skillful hands, are snown. Th J. W. White alb Son. ,,' Bank of Starke.,
not he absent more than one day in term are; Thomas McMillan Eunice Per Into an art gallery and a handsome arrangement: of the pictures Is ea Bradford County Bank. i J. F. Klckllter. 0' ,

a. tnth. or tardy more than twice in Brown, Merrill one at that. The store U agent for qulsitely tasteful and no one passe D.:C. Jones.J. Mrs. C. L. Hodge/ f .).
the-.mtll.; and they must make not kins and Blanche : Eastman Kodak, anti samples of the store without admiring" if. W. Morgan. G. W. Alderman.E. :

,lower than 90 per cent In deportment Marks, of AUchua, spent what the different sixes of the instruments Dolton Carter, of Lawtey, had business Green Cove Furniture Co. M. Johns. ,

Wednesday.,.. .. Mr*. G.'M. InmanJ .._...;. Bradford County Telegraph. 11. ;
lost the annual honor roll on account




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a i cmDIIII.1""mmmmmmrmaallU! 1 nm mmtommthmm I 1 1'a l'SE LESS SUGAR committee law was under when the consideration present thattheir I I cheaply as Cuba and some grow u" .,.

.. amounted to $1- ,! ar producing countries, but it ..
f I I News of Florida in Short Paragraph 'r '" American Housewives Employ -Boycott investement tended that sugar eon be pi..iutl,
;, in Protest 000,000,000.Most i I "
I : of: the big producers of Cuban ,: cheaply enough to SUMrni v
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4' in New York City. The :I preventing! i "
I II LLive i State uvs : f$...1. """ 'M government Six agencies are of investigating the United Status the committee sugar live had a list of 85 Am..ricanowned 'i ,'d! in 1020. and again this \ i ii

_____....._.... _......._J : ;:' X41 1"'UM.'IIS I sudden and unexplainable rise in mills on the island with to a I i FACED DEATH Slum ,
; sugar prices. Not only has.suit been capacity of 3,000,000 tons,
Told by Our Exchange ; 70 cent of the biggest sugar crop I -
the per
.paulqw03 l pU3r1 brought against sugar I (JunrUrmanter of Stricken ,,' \ ,
k"_.!lI'ilrmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmmJJ1mmrmmmmlrnmnmmm_. 0j : [sun a.lDSU3id.UOIISOI' there is talk of government control.A Cuba ever )produced, I Plunged Into Waves \> i, ?
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j y Papers have been filed for a $tifid,- 1-acres' of Everglades land in the western SPIU I II policy in to also encourage under domestic discussion! production but A representative of the Depart.

000 deal in timber land in Hilltiborccoiftity. portion of Broward county, the I to ment of Commerce recently said that Frozen to his trucks, witn .
pun 1IOO effective means
the most
t ) The deed shows the transfer i purchase being made from the Internal I alU $ J33A1Su i lower probably sugar prices is being waged by nine men control this group of sugar on his blue lips John Santos
!'\ Il of 22,001 acres of land. Improvement Board. The price in the shape ofa producers. The first jump in sugar termaster, stood on the bride w
I the American women
paid was $200,000, one half of which 'S.A779IUM 10TltJOJ prices: followed u misinterpreted report steamship SctMonnett as it si' I
i } Sheriff A. W. Turner, of Browarc will be used to construct n highway DIJJ Uf 1331\\51 boycott. of by the Department of Commerce, leak and sank In a 70-mile h
Han Use Sugar
i k county was. formally removed from upon the south bank of the New River 10 nq B 1iIAs I Senator. Brookhart, Republican, ofIowa The report showed a surplus of sugar, on the way from Norfolk, Vn,. ','
office by the senate Friday. lIe hatbeen canal/ $75,000/ for widening thiscanal Gnaw IJ3CD >JJO dog I investigation but when published it indicated n J ton, Mass., with a cargo of .,
I who introduced a sugar
and for the state school I
under suspension by the governor $25,000 The Seaconnett a
I resolution in the last congress, shortage.The
since the winter of 1)22.!) fund. quick tc the storm and we'
1 effective sugar barons were ing pumps 1",
asserts that one of the-most
u 1 I of this and the price to be useless. The ship's hem- ,
boycotts the country has ever seen is take advantage v
1 S. M. Rogers, "whipping boss" of Reports that a yacht loaded with SJi 19g t i now under way. lie said ho is receiving went souiing. Denial by the Department of coal weighed it down into UK i;

ii; the Mar Turpentine Company camp twenty thousand cases of liquor val 'I hundreds of letters and resolutions of Commerce had little effect and tons of water swept th< ., .
ri in Charlotte county, was arrested on ued at approximately $800,000()( was from woii'i-n anwomen's, !I in changing the upward trend.. One lifeboat was smashed by i,

1 a warrant charging cruel treatment riding at anchor just outside the paw d'san3 .I.alJV r organizations indenting, ; h" said, un I Then came the government Investigations another fell upside down int.., '"
fE ; of convicts\ lIe was held in $500 three mile limit off Clearwater was I intense anger over the price Increases : and a third bore the crew.

bond. brought to St. Petersburg by kingfish and determination' to hold down their The half dozen probes are being! The last on the bridge/ wen. i ,,,r
anglers. It was reported that liquor CANADIANS FLOCKINGTO ( sugar requirements to the minimum I conducted by the Department of Daniel Willer and John Santiui ,t
1 about o'clock from the craft was offered for $10a UNITED : LOSS I Department of Commerce, into the
Tuesday morning one STATES until the market collapses! Justice tarn Wilier jumped set nt
i Annie Addition shot and killed her cane of twenty-four bottles. SheriffW. OF SKILLED LABOR HUMS Economists say that a national I Federal Trade Commission United ship plunged beneath the wav, n
husband Rev. S. L. S. Lindsey is making an effort to States Tariff Commission, Department went down .
Addison negroes; boycott will have an effect on sugar the quartermaster ""t
still five miles from verify the report. While he has no I of Agriculture and the Treasury I
s at the turpentine Washington, llayLured by the quotations. The hope of the gamblersin the ship his hands gripping n
Hernundo the instrument of death jurisdiction outside the three mile,' create I Some of the investigations -
high wages prevailing in this country the product they say is to Department. I covered wheel.
ya beina/ shot gun; loaded with buck- limit he Is planning to frustrate any particularly in the buiMinu and maintain artificially a panic that have progressed to the Six other members o t en
fhot., attempt made to bring the booze into lift of court action; others are not .
j trades Canadians are flocking to will cause hoarding and thereby I point were drowned. Twenty-thr i
1 the country. the United States by the thousands. the price until they can unload. yet fut in the open. eluding one woman were resent, Phi'
"Workmenhave arrived and are now creating/ problem that is "nu"lnlC'the B. :M. Manlcy, director of the peo- The Department of Justice has woman was Mrs. James Hut"
excavating and preparing for the After rowing four days and four Canadian government! much concern -I ple's legislative service which began gathered information upon which wife of the third officer.
iA s work of constructing the new $40,000 nights/ in a small open boat, Juoca- it was learned today. agitation for a grand jury investigation have been based suits against the
11 school building," says the l Eau!: Game pas Shiksnys fifty-two years old, a "This great exodus of Carne liana. soon after the price of sugar began New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange -.-- .-

tlwc Record! "The structure will be two Lithuanian landed off lower Matacu- to the United States act in ttrbV'irly to jump last February said it was the New York Coffee and Dreaming of an Absent" Onr
1 j stories high with ground xlimensiorm mba Sunday from ]Havana, Cuba. He last August when CCO! were admitted obviously the intention of speculators I Sugar Clearing Association! and oth- I To drenni of grieving: IMVI ,''i a
of 91!) by 101 feet. was arrested l soon after landing by through the various immigration fo keep their game up during the can- ers. The exchanges are charged; fence of anyone I III mild to h,
t. immigation officials and I is being/ held stations on the Canadian border,1'' ning season In which a large percentage I' with conspiracy! in restraint! of trade, i. sign thaI the person you drrnu
r I Jerry Dove colored of Fernandina, pending investigation'! .Shiksnys said said W. W. Husband comnusaionci of the entire year's sugar supplyis and the government seeks to enjoin noon, return.. and. with aprons
a I, r drowned Wednesday, while engaged/ in he left Havana Thursday morning general of immigration. "In November consumed, and which reaches its ; them under the anti-trust law. Crim- I love grown nil tlir -trunjji'inhMcnce. ;

shrimping/:, his foot became entang- and,I rowed almost continually. The the number had grown to 8- height early in June ami July. .'inal as well as civil penalties may besought 1I1o"l'n Hut to drc'iin r>cnnn: of Uint raseanyone's s.
led in tow line which caused distance is' 180 miles lie had no In Mr.\[ Manloy's opinion it will not it is said. .
l n hire IJ35, while in :March it reached a total shortly re, >"Iv.. ne." you \\'oulbe >
r3' i to fall overboard and prevented his compass or other instrument to guide of 9>, 372. While the April re- be necessary for the women to restrict It ia. believed by many that legis- ultlinut
yz him. When he landed he had a small for lation will be sought at the next session -
; 1I keeping afloat until the uther negroes turns are incomplete our returns their purchases unusually or any .
in the boat could rescue him. piece of |rend and about a cjjp, of water show 1 5,500> were admitted at Detroit long period to force the speculators to : of congress, pla'lnl.future trading -, Of11t'dIlIIQtJ\OOljlQUUItOO1IJInro- : \ :: :Ir<"

-- left. Experience sailors! says that 2,000 at Montreal and the the grpund. If the women get busy all I in I sugar under government Te1 COFFINS & CASKETS
After paying $100 each to be I only the unusually fair weather and number admitted at Buffalo is expected over the country, he said it will have : 1 gulation.It .
1 7 I smuggled from Cuba to the United I favorable wind made it possible for to be as large if not larger a real effect, but the ring will not be has also been suggested that the I And a Full Line ofSapplitt

States ten Italian aliens swam from, the alien to make the trip. than those coming/ in at Detroit." I able to hold on all year under any I final solution lies in the United States Undertakers'

Cuban cabin cruiser Rolls, half a mile Canada is not subject to the immigration circumstances.! producing own /sugar. This coun-
i, to chore near Maxim' point Pinellascounty "Up to last night: there had been restriction law. All the Billion Dollar fluidnessThe I try consumes. about 5,700,000 tons oi hand. The best wrrlr

Sunday' night because they two hundred and sixty four cars of I prollptive'lmmigrant; has to do h II opinion in Washington seems sugar a year and produces only 2,000- at the lowest prices. Sptdml .
refused to pay $."5 each extra to be tomatoes shipped from this section' to pay the head tax. of $8 and pass to he that although the governmentwill 000 tons. The Department> of Agriculture attention to telegraph or ,;
l brought ashnre In a small 'tout. this "season' says the Palmetto news ; the necessary physical and educational I get something out of its action I Is on record as saying that the .... Regibtered Embalmer x
of April 27. "All the fields are ful tents. against! the sugar exchanges, it will United States has 270,000,000( acres
"Twenty-eight eggs laid l in twenty of pickers and all the packing house! : According to reports reaching, I by no.meanll reach the bottom. II.'S. I of proof! sugar beet land, on which it DeWITT C..JONES
'' eight days and with no idea of stopping are working full crews in the effor Washington the Canadian government Bubens, as the representative of could produce a tycat deal more than
record of to market the immense of to. American in Cuba enough to supply domestic needs.It STARKE. FLA
I I Is the a ono-year-oU crop is dismayed at the great exodus I sugar! producers l J
Buff Wyandotte hen doing business matocs grown here this year. Trainloads to this country in the face oi''I testified before the Senate finance' is generally, admitted that the wcr.fl"JffJrfIJ! ( t9t"t 4l IU 1 llasRL CE".fi'iI

.. with the College of Agriculture University are rolling every< day. Th03< its efforts to build, up immigration I "' -. )

a 1 .. of Florida. She started to laj weather conditions: have been ideal afar 1; I- .. .. .... f
z" 1' on March 29! and this record includes and'; it in hoped they will continuiso. "HOLY ROLLERS" HELD IM- :;"'_._'. _:.. .": '.':. : _,:,: "__., _: ..: -: :: .;" t, '.: :., I ;'!7;:':. .' -c. '.t.! ; : : -.- ...

.t i April 25. Mont of the crop is running to 1'RISONED: IN TIMER TE II>r.'E
fancy, and the price on fancies, whirl

John Hendry Hoyt 20: who wail shot' started at $3 here has gone; up to Four Hundred Members! of .'aithJleld Going to Drill For Oil In
,( late Sunday, night by A. D. Byrd, 25 $11.50: and this price is expected to braised <' on Second Floor of Church;
: e died Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock within the next few days.Choice! Police Fail to Disperse Crowd.:
), in the Pensacola hospital. Byrd who are bringing; $2.50.
W has been in the county jail for past Bound, Crook N. J., May 2.-.A Alachua CountyAn
a"" two days was. later formally charged We are to have more new counties one o'clock this morning a crowd
r with murder. In 'Florida. Already two have I 1"0'1 of holy rollers who sought refuir
i created by the present legislature in the second floor of their "Temple'

!"Purchase of De Leon Springs H One is Hendry county and the other from a mob which attacked and introduction and presentation of the PRU1T- GOBERT

,lt abler from.e Land by C. M. Griner, Collier. "Hendry," as a name for any I wrecked the first floor still wen
s 4 1 F. N. Conrad and L. II. Thompson! county cut off from Lee, comes very I imprisoned and state police who arrived FLORIDA INTEREST--- duly and legally chartered
was announced yesterday" says the naturally and appropriately oca use from Netcom and Franklir
under the laws of the of Florida. This is
Daytona Journal. "The property includes the ]Hendry family in that section ol Park were unable to drive away the corporation State:;

A one thousand acres of land adJacent the state l is numerous and prominent crowd that surrounded! the church. not WILD CAT scheme but is the result of monthsof
? to the springs and immediate Collier is named for the wealthy own Before the troopers arrived one of a many

improvements. on an extensive scale er of Collier's 'Ye"kly.It.: .. bier' the beleaguered churchmen stuck his careful and sturdy investigation by men of honor and integ-
lire contemplated by the new owners." already: had large holdings there and send out of a window but before he.
Is spending a great deal of money In'', could finish", his plea that the attackers rity who compose the Directorate.

rl' ',y Citrus shipments by the Sebriiw! bringing that region into notice. We disperse he was pelted by stones I .
a Citrus Grover Association have are told he will build a court house which broke the window the falling -
thus far totalled 300 cars, or 115,0)10) without expense to the tai i payers glass. cutting his face. Officers and Directors

boxes, exceeding. all previous records, and will make other extensive improvements Only eight state troopers arrived
rt; prices received have been'most satisfactory and their entreaties that the mob DK. H. .F. (:COBERT: Financier nnd I Iractur, of Juiksonville and Gainesville.

;; says lunnlCerV.. L. Crews. leave was only partly obey .d. The President. S .

About 75 cars of high grade fruit re- Oscar Daniels, president of theConsolidated attackers! retreated outside the yard J. 11. FENNEL: : 'Vice President nt 11. E. "FOItTIV Highway and Rat-
mains to be shipped, by 'the usHocia Shipbuilding Corporation of the "temple" but refused to budge : Florida Bank & .Trust Company, road Construction. of the Harher-

tion. of Ne w York, captured a six further. Treasurer.. Fortin Construction Company.T. .
'foot negro in the yard of his :Miami! In the meantime, some of the mob .
I W. FIELDING _lttor! Counsel
r,. According ti> the report of the lleach homo \'''rlyV..tln..slay morning damaged'the 20 automobiles In which' (;i. "'. ALLEN, General :Manager and 1). E. I'RUir Geologist,iey Oil. operator
v State Plant Board there are approximately ; / and beat him into submission with Borne of the holy rollers and theirguests Vice President T. & J. Railroad, and (Producing Contractor.
1,200 certified nurseries in his. bare fists. Tinnegro is charged" had! come to the meeting. The
Florida. A large majority of them 'I with having entered n number of fine : windshields 'were broken, the tires W I 1'. ,\UOLUdveniHiol:; ( :Manager

'- make a specialty of citrus fruits but I homes on the ocean front in the last slashed the engines hammered and J. MCCARTHY: Banker and Con- a and, Director uf Publicity.

there are many engaged In growing! week Mr. Daniels, fln"inthe/ mau- '' the upholstery cut. .

other trees fruit, plants, berries rauder in a small building on the The "holy rollers," men I1nd'wom- Take Your Chance Where It Pays To Win
the locked themselves in the second
flowers, etc. Home grown trees and grounds\ knocked him down whl\n\ en,
in tried automatic pistil story when a crowd estimated at 500
c ..I' plants Florida.are adapted to conditions negro he had stolen use an from thu Daniels non-members precipitated the riot by There is, of course, the element of chance connected with the oil industry,

home earlier In the night. By the, stopping the service when some of
but it is a chance which pays big when you win. The mcsi behind this proposition -
A fish forty-five feet long and estimated time police arrived. the negro was unconscious -' them took exception to a remark made .
to weigh :30,000 pounds is on having/ received n terrible' by a church speaker laudinft the Ku are men ,who are well known in all this section of Florida.

j exhibition in Florida coast cities. It heating at Mr. Daniels' hand The Klux!: Klan. Three of the nonmembers

was caputred out in the Atlantic negro confessed! to one robbery. Bond were badly beaten and numerous
I Select this Particular Location. Experts from United
aN Why We States Geo.
both sides, seriously
combatants on were
and killed only after it had was fitted: at $ >,000.
i been ocean shot 151 times, and given. the I hurt in the melee, in which logical Survey press Bulletin No. 442: Best place to Drill-At the Live

14 harpoon, a dozen or more times. This One negress. was. probably fatally stones, chairs and! sticks were hurled. Oak uplift is smaller and somewhat better defined than the Ocala upliftit

monster of the deeps was largo burned and another badly burned The women church memb era fought may offer more favorable conditions for the accumulation of oil or gas,

i, j enough to have swallowed and digested I when several gallons of gasoline; ins at the side of the men until the police if any exist in this region. The highest part of this uplift appears to be
bath tub at the Adams hotel 521West arrived.
half dozen Janahs.i
and'well sunk place would
Live Oak, near be structur. -
I Bay street, Jacksonville, exploded Two members of the church Eljaa:
+i Over twenty hampers of beans from Friday afternoon shortly af Home and Lawernce Winter were ally most favorably located.
arrested with difficulty by police and!
ten rows less than. one hundred feet
long is the record set by A A. Sim- pro-prietor immediately arraintced; and held for MR. J. M. FENNELL Treasurer' ,
iy, 9 moils on his property, just west of by the police on the complaint of the grand/ jury on charges of assault
Kan Gallic1. This patch of beans was Fire Chief T. W. Haney who. willprosecute and battery. The court room was Gainesville Fla.
))5 for home and were never him today before Municipal crowded when they appeared I and mob
planted Dear Mr. Fennell: I am interested in the search for oil in Florida now be-
s, fertilized after being put in the Court Judge J. J. Reckhim. Corn followed them to the jail. .
t' ground, however when picking time ,IV'illiam.s, of 410 South Myrtle avenue When the mob at the jail heiame ing carried on.
arrived it became necessary to ship Is the negress: not expected to live. larger and the crowd before the Name
,' the surplus which amounted to fifteen She is in the county hospital. Attendant church grew In size the local police T.
tj,?' ; hampers netting over $40. said her condition is so called for help from stare troopers at'
lerlouii she could hardly live through Franklin Park and Xvtcon.r. Address
i that the I local I jail+l would net I ,
jj .< The Everglades Company), a corporation the night. !She was burned from Fearing
headed by R. K. Kablonde, head to foot the skin burning completely withstand the assault of a mob the
s millionaire manufacturer of Cincinnati from her body. Lottie At- police spirited! their two prisoners in

has purchased twenty thousand I Line, was burned about, the face. automobiles to Somerville.

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AND KELLY ARECCCESSFUL ther: I i i ir IP.' He doesn't understand how heI!I, )I.'CI.ENN.IItE BURNS: WSI- ONE: KIM.EI, MANY HURT IN

IN COAST TOCOAST. Homing{ us it is pruitiied ut l present > s Happened li> live though those two !!t :NESS CENTER OK CITY $SKM.lt: ; HAILSTORM ON COAST( k, ..f ,

NON-STOP I'l.KiHT reveals animal +ipstiTin!. I he "f,,yebat: his health has never bUl.n'' 1'

+inotnii-,1 u"e-s it .is a <;igmil of ,ip". ,nd Mm-e' and,| what ho thinks of the i, :Marled in Hotelniuf, Block toldt'umpietely llrgh Hind und Heavy Precipitation 1'( v"

"III) Jlen\ Compete; First! Nun-Stop proucrung uuom, just us thu,.ith he unites who used their authority in Destroyed. Th.'l. Iliurk: ,'I1U.... Much Dum.igu) 10 'J ruck (><>(>
flight' Acro the United: Slates; and his car were entitled to specialprivileges. torture him
woudn't! look well in und Om .dj"inin1''II,1 l hum- in llillshoro and! Polk C'ounties. i4

'.(6 Hours Is The Flying Time. Accident Deports, as ana print. Ho is not anxious for another ageill reach $711.tlllll> > \\ It\! One-

.. lyzed by the National Motorist: As- war. Third Covered by Insurance, Cruse

I swialion, shows that 'flU II I'll, :May I. -Ono I'l'rsonVa...
4MAS1! DISTANCE KECOR'm such attitude Stories IIf cruelties purcticcd on ..f Kire Not Known.Mncrlenny .
I till the part of the driver killed, several injured and serious. t W
I encouragesan I both sides. of the (conflict by presumed
I attitude of damage suffered by truck
retaliation grower
imou8 Monoplane T-2 AveragesOver and didin-: friends und bitterest foes if told l to- !May I.- .'. fire that
clination to make us the result of a severe hailstorm iic.-
Miles Per Hour concessions on the .
100 Through- I ether would make chorus that would i practically wiped out. the Ummcurt\ ,
of 2700 2800 .\ Part of other motorists and pedes- companied\| by ruins 0'111I :2tt! ; mile art +y
to Iil..s.1111 .
.. Trip
.1 I cause the war gods to tix-mblo. It Is section (.Mucclvmty! sturtt'.l this
I trians with the result hour wind which swept tho lower west a
that they take ;I
to be expet'tod\, that olHceni of the morning about. 2:110:: o'clock and before l
their about I count today. +P
Diego, Cal., May 3-Today it way getting out of the army and navy will always be 1o skin the Humes could! be chocked an .tot, ire
wuy. This be he A Tint section around liar tow in Polk
may making an
.ut a single span across the conin.nt forward, with more le impatience block of business house hal gone up '
accident if the driver also ,county and l ttrundon in Ilillsboro ;
From New York to San Diego happens to towards another war; it is their business in smoke. tcounty
be depending I apparently suffered most. IThe
>. mly a hop. The Atlantic and Pucti upon his horn for "aCe- to prepare for war and to train I The fire started in the tore "room Br'wllt'r i b
ty. plant was putout
< are terminals in America's air -o/ themselves well for heroism" and of 1n..* Powers! under the hotel! Annie '
of commission because of tho
tines and-it one wishes-there are Impatient sounding of the horn of- nF." conquest, but the laity-thu world a brick structure of iihoi.t thirty I' jmr- 1 0
tilll111'ullflllg\ of the building und the
ten has the same effect and if AMERICAN TOBACCO CQ hotel\ ;
itops between ; the outside the profession! soldiers nnd rorinut. The was burned o the }'
I short circuiting. of the awithcboard. 1
the arrival at Rockwell driver sounds his horn too loudly he sailors and the ammunition und gun- ground and number of time .:\\.ts +
\With Field, At Howling Green, a negro was killed 1
may disconcert a pedestrian or makers arc against war. were forced' ti leave the ir roomslad
of the
i? HI here, army monoplane WHO WANTS ANOTHER WAR? when u school building in which -
frighten him to the extent that he in only their night clothing, manyof '
t .. piloted by Lieutenants Oakley G. When veterans gather representing he and\ others hud sought refuge, toppled '
w.,11IInd John A. MacRuady the will change his course of direction, different campaigns they will tell of them having a narrow escape from over. Several persons were injured h I

flight the United hesitate and otherwise endanger him- Heard a man the other day talking the bright Incidents of camp or ad death. The entire furniihliigs. of the C y
irst non-stop across in the Itritndon" territory nona
'uiteawas completed. self. There are occasions when it is I of a matter that seemed hard to un- venturesthe; world is trying to forget hotel were burned tho building being of them seriously. Crops in the Bowling 1111 'iii ,P

better not to use the horn at all. I derstand and yet was not necessarily the privations, tho destruction owned by A. 1)I Powers, who nlso )
:,'he time from Hempstead Newark Green; ,section were seriously injurrd r
For most of great moment and his expression as lost his entire stuck of general mor- I
to San Diego was 26 hours, purposes a moderately I misery, tilth, brutality and character vHpeeinlly tomatoes und melon A

>ii minutes and 48 2-5 seconds. long blast of the horn sounded, front to what should be done was something wrecking features of mortal combat. ihnndisu, meat market equipmentetc. Thin l'onhtionVIIS also noted. in Hill-
I suitable to the effect that this country should his loss at $::10.i) i
The grind began Wednesday ut a distance is to be preferred., Hut the horrors so far override all places some sboro county to u certain extent.
A short blast take such drastic action as would (ClOO) thousand, with $10,001) insur- ;
from the
I :> !6G3: p. m. eastern time. horn displays other features us to dim the glory of : ony Manatee county did not surer allY .
either impatience or inexperience appear to be violation of all Inter the hearts of those who u\net*.
victory m
The distance is estimated at between damage, so fur its known ut the pro- '
2700 and 2800 miles. to either of which pedestriansor national laws "and if that country : suffered unncssarily and found the The lire next leaped to the establishment sent. : '

other motorists will foolishly pay don't like it then let it start anotherwar. depth of inhumanity where they had of the Baker County Sales f ,

The airmen received a warm greet- less attention.If ." The world war lusted four years a right to expect justicu and kindli- Company, ord Dealers where everything -
nit when they were sighted over the and destroyed millions of men and I Times-Union. wa destroyed, including\ about
the horn is sounded too loudly ness- : IN: SW EOK.N. :
ity a few minutes before they landed I
and too the driver billions of property-but it has been $i>.OIlO of Ford l parts.Next .
noon, will be under I
at Rockwell Field. Airplanes from the over four years and there are people to burn was the grocery store

the field and naval planes from North Moderation same suspicion.and talking about another was us though : tOtlt) : IMPORTANCEHow of Duncan Ithoden, who had about a1'lf.OIlO Stockholm May 3.-Plowing by the '
judgment the
Island escorted the two ofllcers to points to watch. are it were nothing so serious after all. $ stock with no insurance. 1'in! use tot guHolino' or electric motors, in-

the landing field. Whistles of factories To settle a matter of boundaries ; important are you in this gigantic lose" was complete.The steiiil of horses, wus the main sub- '

\ and from warships in the harbor As discovered by Y. M. C. A. men investigating the rights of seizure on the seas-be system by which humanity is restaurant and living quartersof jo <'t of discuslon. at tho recent an- 1

also joined in the greeting. ; the subject the average yond'the recognized three mile limit I earning it.i living Conceit is pro ; J. O. Milton was next consumed' nual meeting of the Swedish Agricultural

Aviators in Good Condition the I j driver does not appreciate how often it would be right this man con verbial. But only a very small fraction I by the flames and 1 nothing waved. Mr. t Society. It was announced that a.

Both aviators were in good physical I is dependent upon 100 per cent results ceded, to plunge two great countriesinto of us exaggerate our importance I Milton currying no insurante. no fewer than 1,770 motor tractor, "

:-ondition when they landed and after- from his horning. There are mortal combat and sacrifice other !Most of us actually underestimate our :I The pout office in the ;Milton liulld- representing n total value of $1,000- t

being greeted by army officials were many tight situations where failureof millions and billions. importance Probably this becausewe log also went up in th( mo.'s and very 000, are nt ,present used by Swedish i

taken to the officers quarters.The the pedestrians to act upon the But we have not gotten over the. return from vacation or an illnessto little snvi'd I. the ent'r'j'! equipment' being farmers. 1

historic flight began at Hempstead warning of the horn, or a too violent world war. There are many things : find things going ahead just as if destroyed as well u*< .-ionic of the An interesting Innovation in Swo P

New York, with Kelly in the and'illogical response, will puthe that make men and many women we hadn't been away. The fact that books papers, etc. dish farming, also discussed at thin .. (

pit. driver in a position where he is helpless shudder when war is mentioned. Theyare you can be replaced does not lessenyour The drug. store of Jonnlelonei! was meeting, is H plow tractor with ant.It..trlc i
to avoid an accident regardlessof importance when are"on I
Roaring westward hour after hour not afraid-it is not terror but you next burned and his entire stork was motor served by u power

+m the supreme attempt of its historic the use of his brakes and clever hatred of War; disgust that there the job." Thousands of men can run ; destroyed.; Dr. I U. J. l.Hivtb, who hnd cnble. Thin new muchinu carries u

steering. an airplane. However, this doesn'tdetract offices, in the drug tou lost nil of twelve foot mast and has a rotating
career, the T-2 was awaited in every still exists a sentiment in favor of. t i
city town and village throughout; the If any motorist cares to discover settlement by the sword in a time' from the importance' of the his medicine lm"n| .. ubich amounted drum from which the cable, connected .

long line of flight, and telegraph instruments just how dependent he is upon effec- when we are pronto boast of our pilot on any given triAHk\ the to over S'llH.) ) lit the other end to a power main,

tive use of his horn the National Motorists passengers taking their first flight I walls of thu drug store is unwound the plow moves I
during the afternoon and civilization. We are still paying war The falling as uway

night told of the passing of point after Association suggests tryingthe debts and must hand the debt to the A discouraged young man, in an ; broke through the roof of the store ncroHH' the livid. On the return trip

point hours ahead of the tentative requirement of driving through children for generations to come. agony of self-pity, writes a )letter bewailing "- of n. M. Clayton destroying most of this cable is again wound up on the tdruut.

traffic some day withouti! resorting to hit: "trivial function in life. considerable) dam Tests have been completed \in
chedule announced.An Worse than this, we have almost his Block und doing
the horn. He will find that he is lIe sees and hears of other men doing
Swedish. fields which determine the
average; of more than 100 milesan everywhere shattered wrecks from I. r
i obliged to fall back rather heavily "big things." lIe compares hiM own age.On side of thu street tho of the of plow incase .
hour was maintained for the trip. the carnage and memories of the hardships the other economy new typo i
upon his brakes and steering. Andif work as a tool maker (in a machine Crescent DrugStore where the existence of feed
The aviators were the recipients tonight the horrors the cruelties and stores' of J. 1> bugger *
of congratulatory telegrams by any chance, ho fails to note brutalities of war. shop and derides that he doesn'tamount Dr. H. !)\L Markey I. II. Rhod- linen along the fields make its. use 4f
much difference in his driving it is to much. Young man, you offices of W. A. a
including one from President A few .days since we were talking end and law Dopson possible
: proof that his horning has not been Men toiled thousands of t'
Harding. with a man who had volunteered when are' wrong. dental office of. Dr. II. C. Turner and f i

All distance records for a non-stop at all effective. the call came and went away from years to harness the electricity that law office of W. li. Cone were saved, NEW PROCESS: EXTRACTS

airplane fight were smashed todayby I his home and a good position to one driven the motor operating your. but the good/ In each store damaged\ OILS FROM CUT LUMBER. : )
BRADFORD lathes. Others toiled for
the transcontinental jump. of the training camps. The influenza to n great extent by moving them into
years to find the proccsscn' of making and smoke. HiigiiluHii Lit. May 5.- The Great i
Wan Second! AttemptIt I struck the camp and he was taken the /street! und from water ,
I! Bradford May 11. Walter Raburn the steel and iron with which you I '
the second of Kelly down--one among a multitude. Ills One feature of the fire was saving Southern Lumber Company, whichoperates Pt

and MacReady was at a attempt transcontinental I"I land' daughter Mrs. Davjes and Malcolm wife having come to the town near the turn out your finished products.. Your of the S. A. L, depot which was I located here!! the largest sawmill in I
Harrell and sister Miss' Genevaof work is the culmination of the efforts .
fight without a stop having been forc- camp he was sent to her to be cared within fifty feet of the hotel and the world has proved to its mitlsfnotion t
Gainesville spent the week end of these vast armies of men of the that oil und) .
ed down at Indianapolis on their way for. After a severe attack his wife which, being' a wooden building failed turpentine, pine rosIn +

east from San Diego last The .ith homefolka. had been told that his case would result pnxt. All that went before was preliminary to catch from the fire. The wiresof limy bo extracted! from yellow pine

; year. Miss Mary Clemons of Heilbronn death within leading up to you. thu Western Union were burned lumber. after It has gone through the
or possible
flight made in the plane recovery
used wai different same engine Springs spent the) past week with twenty-four hours-when a report In far-off parts of the world living and the Hell telephone booth in the sawmill! und In order that it may do \ t' ,
today though a her cousin Miss Lucile Harrell. toil to bring to the surface of
had been installed. ,, wan made In camp that soldiers men \Hotel Annie was destroyed, practically no on a largo scale in spending $70- i
Mr. and Mrs. C. Malcolm was called the earth tm steel which you trans the town from outside 000 fr the necessary equipment. The )
The T 2 landed at Rockwell Field had been seen on the streets of the severing
to bedside of their daughter last form into tools. Still others toil to communication for several hours. process perfected and patentd by W a
at town. Strict quarantine had been or.
the official timers
according to ,
26 minutes 56 1-4 seconds past 12 week Mrs. Cs II. Newsome who was dered. A corporal's guard under or- bring this steel to you. Another At this time Macclenny is withouta II. Mason\ a chemkal ,and mechanical

o'clock Pacific Coast time. dangerously ill but she is improvingat den went to; his place-and finding): tcrl'atfroup/ awaits your finished pro- post office and only three grocery engineer Involves two operations.!

There noon, enthusiasm at Rock- this writing. practically at death's door would duct Without it, they could not do stores to supply the needs. of the peo- Under one process, that of heating"the
was wild Andreu in Brooker Sat- tasks.' Ahead in the future -
Harley was their own rut lumber, one gallon of turpentine
well Field when Lieutenant MacReady not take him to camp, although his pie.
the urday. nittne had been somehow mentioned are the ultimate consumers A conservative estimate place the in extracted) from every! 1,01)0' )!
nosed landed
the T-2 down and
huge Misses' Mary Clemons and Lucile as' a suspect. He was ordered to report whose needs you supply by your daily ]loss at about $70,000, with about one board feet treated.
ship with consummate ease and Harrell were visiting in our community and the following day-totter- toil; also the salesmen who dependon third of this amount covered by In- The second process involves the P
almost the where he
spot Saturday. you for something to sell. treatment of: "pitchy" lumber. The
ing and weak he at head. surance.
): appeared
Kelly took off in their to fly
attempt Miss' Blanche Anders was in Wor- Many people take street par mo- i lumber is placed In a steel retort f
to New York November 4 last. quarters.
thington Thursday. "Come to attention there You tormen and conductors OH a matterof DIFFERENT WAYS OK PREPARING heated. to the proper( temperature

Carrol Atkinson, John Shaw, Livingston rube! yelled a second lieutenant I course-do not attribute to them AITKTIZINC Kit 111111' MEAT and turpentine) then Is used an a solvent )

SOUNDING THE HORN Russ, Casey Atkinson of (made over night shave-tail) "salute any great Importance; but when the In extractingthu the pi no products ,

Brooker, were visiting in our com- your superior officers, sir! Where do transportation system is tied up the To Fry One gallon of turpentine, one .

That the auto horn is equally as munity Sunday.A you think you are?" The major of public suddenly realizes the tremendous The best rabbit for frying is young gallon of pine and one commercial

important as brakes in the preven- surprise party was given Mr. and his battalion was in the room, and indispensable importance of the buck or doe from ten to twelve weeks barrel, of rosin have been recovered I

tion of motor accidents is a fact Mrs. Mozelle Harrell Friday. A large I did he try to discover the reason for car crews. You see a scrubwoman' old. Have the skillet sizzling hot'withRxulaesboraiehsTteMrdlushrlluhrdluw from each 1,000! board feet HO treated. .

which apparently few drivers attended and fine tho floors of an office building
very ctowd reported a the unmilitary appearance of the man washing Kxperts: ( here declare that removal t

recognize, according to a bulletinon time.C.. I in khaki ? He did not. Between them; ; in preventing the spread of disease grease, preferably pork crackling or of the turpentine) rosin and pine oil
the subject just issued by the educational Andreu in Broker Sat she be as important as a
M. was. the second lieutenant and the majorit may bacon rinds. Cut the rabbit up at improve the grade of the lumber jl
bureau of the National Mo- for she is an agent of the t
urday. decided that this must physician, all the joints and roll in flour or ,
was private
the Quinine .at UIK I'IQI.lIe,I I IItoraiifiA I" tie..l
torists the
Association. > -- -- great force of sanitation preventive si
cracker crumbs. As noon an you
be disciplined-and he was sent out r>f ltd tame and iMXP'iv! ."''ocl. .. _CATIVK .
There .are many situations, in The Commonest Genrolty.. for forty-eight hour guard duty as a of disease. have put the rabbit in, net the skillet : naOMi QIJININK.: I ,Ut> -tit) ran. I h" t.n

fact, points out the N. M. A., where Some men are not only eager tc give penalty for having been desperately If you are doing useful work in the back where it will\ fry more slowly by ih"nyuii. ,, ** witoutcau.tn; ,& Mrv..u.n..n or' rutitnAlii .

alone the horn must be relied upon; tie devil his due but they Insist oc ; world, no matter how humble, standup taking from 40 to 1 CO miuten to .

but without good judgment in usingit adding a fat bonus It l I- the Lon! proudly, for your importance Is fry. Just before taking off the stove

the driver cannot hope for favor who usually find. collection poorOonnton ASPIRINSay beyond estimation--St. Petersburg! pour just a little melted butter over

able results. The bulletin says fur] PI" Independent. the rabbit.

"Bayer" and Insist! TEN KII.LEI IN KIO GRANDE When preparing A Breakfast cornmeal Dish for frying ,

WRECK just before setting out to cool,
IF SICK BILIOUS briskly stir In some finely chopped:
and Smoking Car
Engine. Overturn rabbit meat, mixing thoroughly with

men Up On Wreck-Many Injured the cornmeal mush. Season it. Rollin

w 1 flour for frying.

Salt Lake City, Maya Eight passengers Stewed Rabbit

START YOUR LIVER and two trainmen were kill. Soak the rabbit after killing fora

ed and twenty-one persons injured, few hours in cold witter. Cut in

probably fatally In a wreck We Our Own Lenses '
some pieces and scald. for five minute in grind

last night of the eastbound Denver bailing water. Fry the rabbit for 20 '

Don't Take Calomel! "Dodson's Liver Tone" Acts Betterand Q and Rio Grande Western pallsenJprtrain' minutes in hot grease. Let cool NODELAYainesville.
Utah accordingta
near add
lightly and then slowly gravyor ( Florida.

Doesn't Salivate or Make You SickDon'tLose telegraphic Advices reached here hot water to make sufficient soup.
Gripe, early today. Two engines overturned and .
Season with onions or garlic pep-
ITnln the name "Bayer" on I A TOISICdrove's
** you am
Day's Work- Read Guarantee package or on tablet> you are nut gat- killing an engineer and fireman. pen, salt and celery to taste. Cook
i killed who occupied ) Tastolee chill Tonic restores'
ting the gamine Bayer product pre Eight passengers were slowly until very tender. A very lit
nriitnd! by pbyoiolain over twtwty-Cwo the smoking car, it is reported. tle wil enable any good home Energy and Vitality by Purifying und I'

Ugh I Calomel makes you sick.) If t>r stomach sour, just try a spoonful year ''f proVed *af. by million for The smoking car crashed into the wife practice to the rabbit in its tastiest Enriching the Blood. When you feel ItslI..ellJllhenlnl&
Liver Ton to prepare
horrible of the danger-. of harmless Invigorating effect see how
I Take a done Cold Hradach wreckage of the engines. I and best for the table, and 1
and tomorrow night. array the cheeks and how
mi drug tonight you Toothache Lumbago It brings color to
Here. m/ giiarantexiO. to any of all meats known to man there Is
lam work. Earache Rheumatinn
mar a. day's
v/UI then
store and got a bottle of Hod- Salt Lake City. May 3-five persons It improve the appetite, you
Calomel) I.I mercury or quicknilter drug Neuralgia Pain, Pain I none more palatably) more nutritious
which cane necrosis of the bone. ...n'* Liver Tone for a few cent Takea killed and one U missing while, appreciate Its true tonic value.
Calomel, when it come into contort spoonful and if it doesn't straighten Accept "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin" were Injured In the wreckof than the humble bunny.OSCAR. Oovo' TosteleM chill Tonic is limply
feel HM contain, twenty-six were
and make Each unbroken package .
with sour bile cnwlie into it, breaking you right up you only. Iron and Quinine suspended In lyrup. So
and vigorous I "a.nYOI1 to go backto proper direction Handy boxes of the Denver & Rio Grande West
it up. This U when you feel that pleasant even children like it. The binoilneeds
the tore and, get your money.DodllOn's twelve tablet coat few cent Drug- train at Woodside,
awful and If von ern passenger
cramping. IRON
nwea < -- QUININE to Purify It and to
the of 24 Mil 10O.
l Ia ell tnttte
Liver Tone destroying giNa aho *
are luggrih and "all knocked outIf Utah, last night, according to official Enrich: |IL" Destroy Malarial tfennn and;
ale of calomel "because It I.! real liver Aspirin !. the trade rmtrlc of Bayer i boon for Rejoicing.
your liver i I. torpid and bowel eonttipated thereforeit MunoaceticocidiMter of advices received at the office of by its Strengthening Invftfor '
or hare, headache, dint- medicine; entirely vegetable, Manufacture of ftl bt oanm tried by adversity laM Grlpgrrm. e
you salivate or make you sick. Salic lioadld. the road beret unit& Effect. ;/fit%
114IIa. coated .tonyuo, if breath-i I. bad can ; good ground for glorying la 1U sorrow .

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''r him. f Miss Thelma Parker, of New River -l1k.:0:: 1.. C) :. : .. ..V.. I

i" : Bradford County Telegraph :Misses Aileen Knight, Alice Piper I( paid Miss Marie Chastain a visit this I Oiu2uarr'ip;. ,'* :litirtvy*If I'.LJ: :: lIlUT:'i.:..,. ff
After Etxry 1lfeed h<,..ln4. r. rl I ;':<"'n orPfWrt.J-1 "-
_. -.. _: =_::::- and Messrs. Leon Shaw and Robert j week-end. ; intaflt. tell'' .. .:cI'! UM i sea. and rue t I '
I tultW: .r'l :. ,niuJSniiKU. ihr t
( u.i "! a !
,' '' I I Carter spent Sunday at Toe Springs.Mrs. | S. M. Driggers tax collector, of r > (
Published and entered --
I weekly as W. II. Lee and baby left here Maker county, paid a week-end visit; ELECTIONS f
second class matter at the post 1 Monday to visit her parents! at Thomj I to his family here. W'RI [tfC ly the power ,.......d In them bir. an act of f 'F lti

i office at Starke Florida. j asvillc, Ga.Brady .' I, Misses Aileen Knight and Alice: the the h..I.I..ture Ixmr-l. of public of Florida/ llwtrueUon" of th. 1923 of Urailfordcounty. aeaalon. er

===-o-" ==...._ 7" I Rosier and, A. D. Zacharias! p i'iper, Messrs. Bob Carter and Leon I'-loilda. hereby eall. elwtlonii to beheld
.. .. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner atU'ti'Jecl court in Ktarke Monday. :i I Shaw motored to the Stat Farm Saturday )1 elect three at follows tnwteca on and June determine second the 192B.amount to
I Top cff cadi mealiiivltCi bv Maeiiaed.
t night. or !inillaiif lu
t the Pentacoiit people who have For mmpurpaw; of holding raid election, F me
'. I /been holding meetings in their tent j Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle one of Ocala't ] a bit of ) the fi.llowlnK manager. are al'po\ flied for I to fi
7 r j PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY sweet In the form IM.trlcMo. d. Stnrhc: E: S Matthews G, W + ue7i
j high school teachers the week
on the courthouse 'square for ; spent I ; Aldvrman. D E. Kninlit.
_. two weeks, left Monday for Alachua,, end here with her mother, MI'j., Susie, j, ? of \VRIG LEY'S. .I the t'or.following the !I..e mmlaiceri of holding are a..po'n..d told ulf-etion for i tI

I' 1 'v;; SUBSCRIPTION RATE where they will start a meeting. 'I'D. Townsend. the District No. 7. Brooklyn, : K. C Hcibonicr.
; i It satisfies J. I'. 1'adiftll. T. L. Bryan.jLir
Mr. and Mrs P. M. Padgett and Foster Eddy of Alachua, visited in''I' the. purlieu pf holding said rleetlon.th .
; Per Year ___________________$2.00() family left Wednesday morning by the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ep, sweet tooth and I following I'Ine 11th* are appointed for i 4I1
DlHtrlct No l>. : A. B. Surrencr, A
/ auto for White Springs. They will person Sunday. ai'Xs digestion. I. Gr..n. John 110.1"0.I .
For the purlxwe| of holding Bald .t.lIon..he _
,,+i. I t /. PROPER CARE OF SilADK TREES also visit relatives in Jasper before Rev W. G. Doyle pastor of the I Pleasure and followlnit nmnaKen. sro appointed. for
I Vandrrbllt F. M. Norman.I i iI. ,
I Dutrict No 10. :
r f returning homp. I First Baptist church of this city delivered benefit combined. I I.. I.. Connor. S. C. Alva..... ,
lY uXd a interesting at I! For the. imrpone, of hulling; << 'aid .election '
Shade trees on the streets of a Mr. Mrs. U. T. :McGill are being ( very .sermon 1 1 thu following manager" sro appointed for i iI
":1 I
town are beauty joy and comfort, congratulated, on the birth of a i Johnstown Sunday afternoon. I SlV IhsI '" I Uwtnct' No 11 (..riihamC: roKK.' .JnniM I
1 Wr.p- r, l Keynoldv W J. Jon.. !
t ;'' } should be properly pruned at the daughter/ May 2nd. j Brady Rosier. Misses Virgie and,I "' :' !; tar the purpone of holding Bid election.

+ u right time of the year to secure gym I :Monroe Doyle of Tampa ia paying j Ruby Thomas motored to Kaiford on '- )&;/ r..i! (ltl'li: 1 liitrirt the folloulnit M.I law roentgen He Ibronn : are N Dala'D+ for ,I,

metry in growth. The only way to his parents Rev. and Mrs W. G. { Sunday. \ ;: : "; 'tI KeildUh S, J, Norman.
\ ;: ffald
For the of holding
do this is to place the planting and Doyle, an extended visit here. Herbert Doyle, of Sanford spent / ..... ..'f'.,1'< the following purpose manawem are. appointed for +
: / the week-end here with his ". : n7' I I>l trlrt No. 1 II, Urookor J. J. Morgan 8. I
trimming under authority of the town Mist! Wilma Andrews, who has been parents, \ '..""" ..,.. I V. Andrews. H. P. Uainey..
p council. Said council should appoint visiting her cousin Miss Blanche I Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Doyle. h___ A. ... L. W. KICKLITER Ii
I + B. WIGGINS, Chairman
1 it a competent person to supervise and Roberts, has returned! ,! to her home in Miss Wilma Andrews, of Worthington V I11. Secretary. 6-ll-4t-6-l i

.; A hi'' control pruning. Ignorant and faulty Worthington SpringB. and Fred Newburn, of Jackson I

. + } 1 methods of pruning mause much disfigurement Mrs. Sanlin, of Alachua, came here ville, visited with Miss Andrews', cated at his home He will have as NOTICE FOR SALE ,BY

.4 rl and damage. Tuesday and stopped over until last grandmother: : 11. E. Roberts on his operator Miss Stella Mae Ward. temited Notice. In.U the hereby estate Riven of William to. all ,.C.....dn.I'ovell.j In. i j I J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

Ii a fg 1, i I People love trees e njoy shaded I Thursday with Miss Edna Epperson.. Sunday. Miss Veda Watson, of Guilford, fat.. of Bradford county.. Florida. deceased. Stark, F1.Special .
tnnt 1. Florence E. I'owvlt.I truardian of Martha
streets, and are willing to make reasonable I Mrs. Sanlin is on her way to Georgia Frank' E. Wood' Jr., of Jacksonville was a visitor here Sunday, Florence Powell and VMIIIam C. Powell
where she will visit relatives] and visited Br. and Mrs. C. S. McClellan is ill at this 'Jr.. wIll on June 12, 11UH at 10 o'clock 'In
effort to have them. They are : G. A. Ep very the morning apply tn the Hun. It. A. Green, '
" ,,, i+ r not only pleasing, but contribute toward friends. person Sunday. : writing. ( county jutltfe of Hradford county Florida at Sale
the court hones\ In Starke. for an order to
# i the health of the community by M. II. Markey has been appointed Mr. and Mri. R. S. Johns and son, 'I B. Y. P. U. next Sunday evening 8 aell at private, or public Mate, all right title

;' I ? ,' r w transpiring moisture into the atmosphere by the council ns bookkeeper for the George and nephew Joe McKinney, I o'clock. The program will be carried and William Interest C Powell.of Martha Jr. I-lnrtnc minor heir Powell, of and the 11-19 1923SatinLike

a (; ( ) and by producing a restful effect city :Mght and ice company. spent Sunday in Starke with Mrs out by group one, :Mrs.\ Vance Russ, I Pete William C. Powell deceased In find tn May ,
the following named real estate altuate in
) on the eyes and nerves. Wm. Johnson the efficient cashierof Johns' mother. leader. Starke Bradford county Florida to-wit:

r 'r 7'' It is a crime to disfigure and mutilate the Farmers & Dealers Bank has Miss Margaret Dekle, of St. Augustine Next Sunday is Mothers Day and ten All feet of of Lrfiti,Lot Nine fittven and and Ten.Lot and Eight the except South apland .
a the growth of years by,improper been very ill, but his many friendsare / : is visiting her mother, :Mrs, a very nicely arranged program has the north' three and three-quarter .fM.t, all, 'S avo a11s1( Z<
in Block A" of N. J. Joniw'aililitlc.n to the you
;t pruning. glad to see him at his post of duty Ida Dekle, this week. been planned for that day at the F. city of Starke. -

j. TrevL-s should be trimmed only when again Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Cramer spent W. B. church, 11 a. m. The programwil Gunrd nn or FLORENCE Martha Florence: E. POWELL I'owcll and' 41 rli

i 'e9 i' the sap is not running. December, The friends> of Miss Blanche Rob the week-end in Lawtey Rev. Cramer Ibe composed of recitations, readings William C. Powell Jr. '
d'r'l 1 January and f first part of February erts gave her a surprise party at her being the pastor of the Methodist ; songs etc., and Rev. E. B. Joy- Attorney fur Guardian. 6-11-51-8-8 li ww4

is tho time wHile sap is dormant. home Thursday evening. As usual churches of Lake Butler and Lawtey. ner, of Dukes, will be present to deliver .-- -

I Spring and summer pruning is in all who were present had a delightful Mrs. K. Roberts is improving after a talk for mothers that day. Every 'I'l I NOTICE l I'M-lrK APPLICATION SFfTION I 571 FOR nF TAX TUB DEEI

,.' $ jurious. time owing; to the hostess' talent being ill for several days. mother in this town and commun- .KNLKtL STATUTES

l4';n f t In connection herewith is a communication for entertaining." Those present were Mrs. Era Crews Roberts and son, ity has a cordial invitation to be present i, purchiuti Hon-ty i. notice ataw. la *given ale certificate that W. E.numbered Knight

t" I from. Mr. Wyman, who is a Misses .Virgie and Ruby Thomas Adi Roy of Starke, are visiting in the on this occasion and try to make ,;j i w pecthvl lleebrc of>. IN.II,!ad and f Ord IDT.county.Issued Florida by. .the e tax aid. V ll ''I ti w.
i % forestry expert in service of the Fed and Julia Register, Kathryn Epperson home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews.? it the best program ever hold here on certifUfltfft Swing dated July _', 1017 haa filed

41''" eral Mildred Robert. Clarice Long, Hon. Charles II. Register, Union such an occasion. I .application Aid eernncntt.for tax In my deed. olTico to IBHUV and in hiui accordance made

government.C.'L.. PEEK, Mayor Margaret\ Townsend Willu Mae county's able representative, returned! O. W. Thomas passed to the great ,|. !: with rprtitlcatFH Lw.Mad re.iM.lively, ombnief the
lA fl Johnson, I'erbeth'iIllams, Blanche to Tallahassee Monday after spend I beyond early Monday morning after :!i, following landH in Bradford county I lunun.awituned .

l !it Dear Colonel Peek: Roberts, Messrs. Le-eman Rivers, Dilly ing a few days here with his family. I ja lingering illness of several months ) certifleatca at In the the date. nnmea of the reMpictl limuiince sly of IaeInefter such-

Reference is made to your request Chestnut Brady Rosier John Rich Picking beans for J. S. Howard a I had been suffering from dropsy ,particularly set forth tn.-wit.:. '
tBanti i, No. 1M2 embraces Vorlhwwt
for my opinion on the late pruningof Townsend Aubrey and Eldred: Duncan Dukes seems to occupy the time n { medical attention was of no avail \, Quarter of Nnrthwiwt quarter I and East Half Jh
I '''of $oulhw..a Quarter. S,.. 1*. Tp, ". S. K. 21
shade Monroe Doyle Malcolm most of boys since lIe laid to in Dedan
l" trees. Long our school was rest ceme- ]I I Effet. containing. 120 pate. amietuied Unknown
.. It seems to be the opinion of au- and Wink Loadholtz. Mr. Howard shipped 'eight tery Monday afternoon, where a large Certificate No 187 embrace Southeast
closed.j Quarter of Southwmt Quarter Sec 2. Tp. 7,
1 thorljies that pruning work should be Foster Eddy of Aluchnn, visited at of beans last week. I crowd assembled to pay their last re- |I K. R. 22 Eut 'containinK 40 acre*' anffe.ited

F undertaken while the trees are dor the home of Mr. and! Mrs. G. A. Ep- Friend of Mrs. J. B. Crews spects. Rev. Moody, of LaCrosse, |I Unknown Unto** naid certificate shall be redeemed
meant or in every day words, "whilo person Sunday. glad; to hear she is improving/ after I I conducted the funeral services. He i' according, to law. tax deed will (Issue thereonon
I, the 11th deg of June A. D. U>21.Wil .
Y the sap is down." In my own experience Mrs. Fannie Fails and daughter, being ill for several days. I I leaves to mourn his loss, a wife, Mary 'miia my official Hiirnature and seal this l\-IcJJow'!
Y Willie Mae O. A. Thomas I Bella the 9.h day of Ma). A. 1023.I ._ ._ !
; I have found that very little spent Thursday. shopping shipped cucumbers j jaturuuy. Thomas-and seven children, !I .n Y. .u n ..
F wt in Gainesville.Mrs. I ,, Clerk. Circuit. Court Hrnard.{ fm'mtv., Flo.By .
pruning work Is ever done by competent Cucumbers are bringing! a I Alvn, Merle, Allen, Verlie and Annie C. -KNIGHT.. Tinted BeautyWhat
31 ; city foresters and tree wardens W. T. Wright has returned good price this season. Uulle Thomas Mrs. A. II. Warren, of j I (Seal Deputy Clerk..

after the sap starts to rise in the home after 11 pleasant visit with rel- Mrs Susie Hartman, of Gainesville I Starke and :Mrs.\ II.' Rosier, of Heil-j l I, 5.II-6..6.S.. ... a product -this medium
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!1 dir spring of the year. The reason for atives and! friends at .various pointsin spent Sunday here with her bronn. The family have the sympathy ORJrK: FOR PCBLICATIOV gloss thousands, waterproof of satisfied enamel known,
users ai
r this Is that when the sap in flowingstrongly Georgia. friends Mrs. Fannie Fails. I of the community in their be- j! In.irci.lt. Court. State' of Florlilu' Eighth KYANI2E Celoid Finish.
I; w ,/ as It does up till midsummer Mrs. John L. Smith and little daughter Dr. and Mrs. J. !M. Mann took their reavement.M. I i I eery Judicial Circuit Bradford County In, OhiinI ti In

A'' i-- 1 l the tree "bleeds' easily and the ex Elizabeth, of Dade City, are vis- son, Howard, to Jacksonville to River P. Mutheny was transactingbusiness I Eva Riven.Complainant.' twenty.four even hours washable It's dry-conting a delightfully -

? j i posedcut heals slowly, allowing free iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. side hospital to have a. throat operation in LaCrosse Monday. '' v* I with the fine texture of a ban .
George .
__access to rots for a considerable perIod Townsend. Owing to the :Mothers Day exercis- j i I rubbed effect

'' i,, of time. This can be eliminated Cob Carter and Leon Shaw, of Lulu Miss\ Willie Mae Fails returned to 'es next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock !!j hill Tt filed amiearinir in the: nbove-atated hy affidavit appended' to the You should know this new KY
r y t; by the use of antiseptic' paints on were in town Thursday. her home Monday after o'n extended the Sunday school: will meet at ten I' River*, the defendant therein reuse named George I. areiiident ANIZE product,for walls woodvi rk
of the elate of .Florida and conceal or furniture In eight tints or Pun'
9"" the cut surface but the paint will not Miss Mae Johnson who attended visit with relatives in Gainesville.Mrs. o'clock. I I hinmelf ao that. nrocena of subpoena cannot be White.

4'r.'d '' C. always stick when the sap runs free- high school here thin past term, returned Anna Padgett\ and son, Pro Miss Marie Raborn of Gainesville I, served twenty-one upon year' him. it and I. therefore U over. the age of
; ordered that
L A ly. In the winter freshly cut surfaces to her home near Macclennythis S. D. Padgett have sold their homein was a visitor here Saturday after- !I add .......Id..nt defendant lie and I* hereby required TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS TUlAt OFFER
to appear. to the bill of
c r heal and dry quickly and rots cannot week. East Lake Butler and have boughtthe noon. ? In ante epees on or before Monday complaint the filed 11thI Cut out thl. advertisement, helm it c

> 1'' get a fothold readily. Once rot gets Mrs. Ellsworth C. Harper and little G..W. Alderman- farm on the west Lucian Hazen left Sunday for i I! day gallon of June of said, A.bill D.1 will 1121.be otherwise taken aa the silt the .tore below and p.y 25 cents. YOI'Irnloodbrwhto.pplvthRaaeiae. ,
r; is r in u branch it weakens the tree and daughter Lois of Sanford are theguests'of side of town, preparatory; to startinga I Gainesville where he has entered the :i by mild:: I defendant. conjiwed:! receive hew of charge a half-pint 'm
I It I. further ordered. ththl.. of A'uanfee Washable Celoid Finish
order be
} ;' materially shortens, its }life. It is Mr. and! Mrs. J. E. Harper, I chicken farm. They have three hundred summer normal school,, i lisped. once a week for four consecutive week.pub. Choice of eight tints and white.

true that a tree pruned at this time parents of Mr Harper. baby chicks to begin with. Mrs. G. M. Bevil), who was on the ''In paper the publwhed Hradford. In County o"ldunt', Telegraph) and slate a n.,.....-

1 r \ of the year may suffer no serious results -, Mrs. ,Joh!} Anderson, of Starke, is Alvin demons and Ralph Hazen, of sick list last week, is improved somp'i This Mar 9, 1928.

; but It Is exposed to the chance the guest Of her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Brooker spent Sunday afternoon with at this writing: i; C:. W Clerk AIIFR'ItN.Circuit Court. Consumers Lumber Company.

of injury which could be minimized : Bennett and family friends here. E, M. JOHNS,, B? C. A. Deputy KNlHp' Clerk.' .

:. by delaying the trimming until the C. rMdver, of Alachua, sales I i i DINNER:
5 period between November first and manager, "putting on a bite sale for ROOK E 1C ,

February fifteenth. R. E. Dell on Main street. He is assisted Mrs. F. II. Long Mrs. J. H. Ritch j i. = -- _.

;ks Starke has some very beautiful by his son, W. C. Mclver. Brooker, !May .-A. B. Shaw, of and Mrs. E. K. Perryman gave a din -

shade trees, and I sincerely hope that Thursday J.' Lacy Douglas W. E. Ciainesville, was transacting\ business ner party at the club house Thursday j

.f nothing will be done to injure them.I I..oadholtz.V.. E. Loadholtz.,, and here Friday evening, complimentary to Miss! Mar.! r ;

trust that you will find the City Willie Williams spent the day on Palestine Messrs. M. P. Matheny and W. garet Long, who is one of the charming /

council in a receptive mood for the lake fishing. Crews spent Wednesday at Starke. seniors of the B. H. S. class of i

; consideration of xorne ordinances }Ir. and! !Mrs\ Harrison, of Worth M. F. flaxen, of Winter Park was i 1923. '

1 dealing with our shade trees, one of ington Springs, spent Sunday after a visitor here at the home of his par- The hostesses received in the library -

Starke'i greatest/assets. noon in Lake Butler. ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen, first which was decorated with cal- : I

aM Sincerely yours :Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Padrett, and of the week. I j Ia lilies, Easter lilies, ferns and nasturtiums "Defer not till' tomorrow to be wise,

e LKNTHALL: WYMAN family have returned home after a Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney and in this manner carrying out i Tomorrow's sun for thee may never rise." .

Associate! Silviculturist.LAKE I visit with relatives and'friends in the son, Everett, spent Tuesday with relatives !- the class colors of gold white and i. ": :
tH northern part of the state. at Louise. green. I ... Conffrevc.
,Lee man Rivers motored to Starke !Mr. and 'Mrs. R. Voti have many timed ;
HIITLEItj T. Osteen and Mr. Dinner was served in the sun par : determiiled to prepare yourself
,* Sunday:; afternoon and Mrs. P, M.\ Barefoot and daughters for where bamboo, ferns and" lilies i'I'I i I ", for future opportunities. Probably you have as ,

IA" Lake Butler May 11.-Evangelist T. II. Rimes, of Dukes spent Sunday spent Friday afternoon: at Gra were also used, with a table' decoration I many times put off' taking the

Leroy L. Brown State evangelist of here with his daughters Mrs. A. ham.Rev. of yellow nasturtiums. Place': I Some folks that necessary steps.
the Christian church and his wife, C. Strickland and Mrs. C. F. Rivers. Moody, of LaCrosse, was a cards were in the form of diplomas say opportunity knocks but once ;

y I t : will conduct a revival at the Christian )Ir. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts, of visitor here Monday. tied with green anti gold ribbon and ,j I. others say that it knocks more than once; however that

j p church at this place, beginning next Worthington spent Sunday afternoon Lewis Shriver spent :Monday transacting written on the diplomas were original i I may be, it is surely true inability to take advantage of

Monday and continue for two weeks. here; business in Starke. verses characteristic of each guest receiving ,.l i opportunity knocks all the time. .

s .. A very successful meeting'.is antici' Miss Annie Howard and brother Lucian Hazen spent Saturday afternoon them. :Mrs. S. L Peek assisted i I Opportunity is knocking at door It is
your now.
pated. Marcus of Dukes, motored here Sunday in Starke. the hostesses! in entertainingand pointing the
f for
way to take
I advantage of
S. Jonclove, who halt been spendinga Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Lynn, of near serving. i I a fresh start in taking
4 few weeks at his home in High Messrs. Kasper G. Duncan and 1 Gainesville! were visitors to our town The four course dinner consisted of life by opening a bank account accumulating !

rA %i' Springs, returned Monday.; Hugh Register of the University of Saturday. fruit cocktailbaked chicken and dressing 'I money with which to take advantage of the next

iw y Messrs. Warren Whitten, O. RIp "Florida spent the week-end here with L. J(. Gaim-y spent Saturday afternoon peas in pastry. cups, hot rolls, I good, investment that comes along.

Gordon and! A. D. Andrews, some of their parents.' in Starke, purchasing, a Ford ice tea, pickles, potato salad and sal- 'I There never was a truer saying than the old adage
F Raford's[ leading citizens were visitors fills Blanche' Blair, of Macclenny, cur while there. tines.Brick cream it) white and gold I "it takes money to make "
Ir. Lake spent the week-end here with Miw R. A. Weeks and money. How many times in
to Butler Monday: family spent Sunday golden cake? white -mints. jour life hue
1 Mrs. Hunter W. Kaiford, of Rai- Ruby Driggers. with friends In Starke. I Prof. Dowling acted as toastmaster I ; you said to yourself "if I only had the

ford were shopping In tewn Mona Messrs.. Carl Wilbur and Eurie Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Johnson, of Gull- and the following toasts were given: I noney," I could make some money out of that proposition

,;, day. Brown of Miller, motored here Sun ford, were visitors here Sunday af i Mrs. George" C. White to the senior ?

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and day afternoon. ternoon. 'class, response by Ras Brinson; Miss I Every day you are putting off opening a bank 'account -
Irl : daughter, Miss Willie Mae. left here It. F. Priester visited friends in Among those in Starke :Mondaywere \ Florence Matthews 'to the alumni; and accumulating

i Tuesday for Salt Springs for a two,; OcalA Sunday night. I D. M. :Malphurs\ A.1. Hazen, Mrs. S. S. Dowling to the hostesses; I much further from something puts you just that

.%.I ", weeks' outing. I Mr. and !Mrs.\ N. L. Varnes and II. P. Gainey C. J. Shaw, II. E. Miss Long to' Everybody; Ras Brin; I flake the taking advantage of opportunity.

I John Perry, of Tampa, ia the guest family spent Sunday at Johnstown Thomas.J. son to the faculty; and Harold C. start today even if it be sma--" We will help

Jy this'week' of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Rob- with his father William Varnes. S. r'orsyth of Sarasota,. is here Wall to the honoree, Miss Long. I and give you every encouragement possible.

erts. :Mr. Perry is an old citizen of J. R. Chastain of New Smyrna for a few days visit with his family. The guests at this pretty affair were
'r r
Union county and was quite a suc1 spent the week-en11 here with his faro Mesdames L. A. Cook and W. M. the Senior class, namely: Misses

.1 cessful farmer here some years ago. ily. Harrell, ef Bradford were shopping Madge\ MioMleton, Joyce Terry, Ethel l

,l :'I I His many friends were glad to 'see Habitual constipation curedin here Saturday afternoon.Dr. Griffin, Eleanor Hedges Margaret

t-y i i 14 to Jl I Days Mann, of take Butler made a Long Hulda Brinson Messrs. Ras BRADFORD COUNTY .BANK
i r '. "LAX-FOg WITH PEPSIN" 1 lea 8'e<'la.f.) here Sunday night Brinson Thomas LImbaugh, Charley .
PLUMBEK AND ELECTRICAL ,prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa-Jve fr r Hubitva'Constipation. II Mrs. A. J. PinhoUtcr, of LaCrosse, Johns Prof and Mrs. S. S. Dowling, N. T. RITCH ., .' .,'...... ;h
..ql CONTRACTOR It relieves promptly but spent Sunday here with W. T. WEEKS. 3.: n. RITCH.
1 relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George C. White 'Miss
Pn.ld.nt. .
should be
taken for
1to 21
ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY Gn'E.Telf.'phone regularly Jny M. P. Vice President.
Matheny has Casper
133-J to Induce regular: action. It Sc;m.'ateJ "oJ purchased. the Florence -:Matthews Miss Audrey
R"!' IArel. Very Fleaianc Cto T J J. dCc telephone system here. His aim is to Johns D. P. Carpenter, J. E. Corpen-

9 STARKE. FLA. ler bottle. (five good service and will have it lo- ing, Harold. Wall and John Powell. : -- .
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fro hnvo bl'llevedltforml years""'- '
r. Mrs. H. II. Young. Plans were made I' ent when theRe little' pleasures come he interesting, for thS songs that Gainesvi1liIun.Advertlllnlent.\ .

I to give a silver tea the last of this along. mother sang will be sung and! illustrated I R Rrr V1aV'NI"S
: month. c J. W. MORGAN, by means of storeopticon. The a
f I I / Quinine *.t U Bits of LOCal ( I --- Clerk. story of each song will be given, then I)I of tea root end trtx .' i i .' s
: Lee Burrows has'returned to Starke slides illustrating the song will be i TIUH 'v a ivmv '' l i r\nu u' it
Information and has started a tire repairing and FIRE MONDAY MORNING shown on the screen, and the congregation i i'i 1. "I..I(a'.w.G1i0V1.8\: ;\( ? AIC :>' sID

tire sale shop in the Odd Fellows I will join in singing mother'ssongs. I r 7

building on Call street, near tho Monday morning about 3 o'clock, a This will be a service in whichall I ,

,=.., Concerning Our People, Business and I board tracks. Ho is an expert in Sl'a'i residence building \VymVs addition may share from the beginning to \ i

V* > Progress in, the County and Town. business and thoroughly reliable. I owned, by II. S., Humphrey, was discovered the end. The children may have tho I rENT-A-\VORD ,

II I to be ,in fire. Although only same share 'in it as tho adults so I

\ Mrs. II. R. SIII'1of Lawtey, was a small blaze: when discovered, ten bring tho families.
'shopping in Starke Tuesday. minutes' later, when the alarm was A committee of ladies has been appointed I ; ;

Col. A. Z. Adklns motored to Green Gainesville, were guests Tuesday of finally sounded by the bell and whistle to gather white and pink
Cove:; latt "Saturday. manufacturing double flowers with which the church will WANTED-Labor. Inquire Lawrence ,,
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. J. T. Quigley is the entire house was a mass of ,
i strength culvert pipe of reinforced flames and an adjoining house was be. decorated. This committee will i Development Co., Brooklyn, Fla. .

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., A daughter was born to Mr.[ and 1 concrete. The pipe is used for culverts beginning to smoke. The firemen responded take its place at the entrance to the B44t.WANTED. j

spent Friday in Jacksonville. Mra. L. Wynian on the 1st inst. The on the improved county roads quickly to tho belated calls auditorium and will\ pin flowers upon : --25 cross. tie choppersgiiml -

1 I little lady has been named Ruth Elizabeth. and were son on the spot, though too those who may bo unable to supply cypres stimber. G. C. Leo,
Stella Barrett of Jacksonville, was N. D. Wyrm, of Arredondo, was tho 'late to save the building. Their efficient i themselves with the color doslred. IIampti.ii Fin 6-11-21

the week-end., guest of Hazel Adkins. guest Monday of his; sister, Mrs. S I work saved the residence owned The Bible school meets at !0,1": n. m. I V

Gus Buasley, who is in Gainesville Y. Brown, and daughter, Miss Laura by Dock Harvey, adjoining.The I and the senior and Junior! Y. P. U. KINGSLEY I.AKF.-Paul K. Canova
Mrs. R. M. Prevatt of
Lawtey, was Wynn. residence was vacant, the last nt 7:00: p. m.PIiOSPEC'I'ING. cottago\ for rent. $15 per week.
in Starke attending the university, spent the
chopping .
Saturday.Mr. week-end with his father, O. L. Beas- tenant being out several days. The I I Cnsh with application. Peek & ..,

CHANGE OF TRAIN SCHEDULE origin of the fire is unknown. It : FOR OIL i Burns, Starke, In,.. 5-11-tf
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent i Iley.I
st-ems to have started in the, rear of w
Tuesday in Jacksonville Some changes in the schedule of tho building and frogreused toward i TOW FOR SALE-A good young cow phi ,
It be said that knows
I Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Mrs J. R. Davis, may no one will be fresh in a few days See L.
Seaboard trains passing Starke were the front. The building was totally whether oil can be developed in Florida
L. II. Partridge spent Tuesday in Thomas Limbaugh and Rawson Davis made Sunday. They were: destroyed. The loss Is covered by in in paying quantities sincu there t C. Prescott on Peek road to'Klngs- ie ,
Jacksonville attending to business.W. I motored to Jacksonville Saturday andspent southbounddue | Icy lake. 6-4-2t
: the No. 1, "midnight surance. has been practically no exploiting carried
day. /
at Starke 11:38 p. in., instead of I I on in the proper way. There I )FOR RENT-In edge of town fine

M. Bryan and family moved to I M. F. Brown, who is attending the 12:10 a. m., as before. AFTF.R. l MANY YEARS have been, however, a few shallow !I place for chickens, nice garden now i
I 1
Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. ( No. 2 northbound "early morning
i wells drilled In this state as tests for
I session of legislature, motored here growing. Rent chenp to proper part,
for the week-eml to visit friends andI train," reaches StarkeTlf 5:25: a. m., Tuesday Mr.' Chas.! R. Ensey, of oil and possibly one or two deep tests, I that will carefor property.. Can va-

L. J. Wynn pf Hampton, spent relatives. instead of 4:35 a. m. Jacksonville, and Mr. U. F. 'Ensey, ;of but according to tho United Statesgovernment's I cato at once. Mrs. Luna M. Hasnett. r rI '
Monday with Mrs. F. A. Scott. I "afternoon ," north-
No.4, express
I Tampa came to Starke, brinltlnj.with geological survey none I Starke. It. pd. 4
'< GG6 quickly relieves Constipation, "bound, is due here at 4:20: p. m., instead them the remains of their father, tho of those wells, no far aa tho writer

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks, of' of 4:06: p. m. late Mr. Richard F. Ensey, for burialat knows, havo been drilled anywhere saiu''
Biliousness, Headaches, Colds and La- FARM FOR SALE:-I offer, for
Brooker were guests of Mr. and Mrs Crosby The deceased' classified, the
grippe. 54'Ot.I cemetery. near what )la by government farm, consisting 80 acres of tI
W. L. Wall Sunday.L. Mr. and Mrs A. Stelnecker, of Ma. died its 188(5( and the remains/ wore as a favorable I locution to .oink I my
I I sillon, Ohio, have been in Starke during interred Titusvillo.IIU I land, lift acres cultivated, S'll"reI
at at
1 a cemetery a test well. barn
Mrs. Grace Ilildreth Watson and franca dwelling and good I ;
J. Wynn and Frank Johnson, of tho week. They were formerlyof widow later moved to Starke, and )For instance the f"lIowinlexcerpts I 1
Mrs. J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, various crops planted on 35 IIcres.I
here looking this city, Mr. Stcinecker being a lifter her death her remains i.i- fro maths U. .
Hampton Monday S.
spent vere geological survey press
were guests Tuesday of Mr.\ and Mrs.A. Also! ono good mule, 14' head rattle
after business. member of the sales force of Truby, tcrrcd at The famIly i bulletin
Crosby cemetery. No. 412 scent highly encouraging I
Z: Adkins. "" I nn.all\ my farm Implements.
Sternburg & Company's atore. They decided on moving the remains of ( : Rill.I
Price $2,000 cash 1'111<0 on -
Fenella and Louise Snyder have 'left Starke about 25 years ago, but their fattier and lay them nt rest: by BEST PLACE TO )DRILL I
ford road' 4 miles northwest of -
I ,
Jones of Jack-
Miss Gornto
been at Kingsley lake visiting Etho- Ruby have kept tab on Starke matters by his former faithful and beloved, wife, r
As the, Live Oak is
uplift 2 bo-c
Starke. J. E. Norman route :
sonville the first of the
h lin and Dorothy White. was a guest !keeping tho Telegraph. They were their mother. They now sleep! side by and somewhat better defined than
1)) tnrk '. !-4.U. +
week (
of her aunt Mrs. W. J. Epper
relatives here and renewing i
visiting side in the family burial Int. the Ocala uplift it oil'IT a
Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent Sunday in son. j acquaintances. Their old friends were I The remains of the late Richard F.Enses more favorable condition, for the C"I.AV;-COUNTY;" N'OItU.LSi': )(i' : 1 1II

Lawtey at the home of her father, E. I glad to !greet them. hud I beVn forwarded h\l I J. L. accumulation of oil if
The kitchen is this or gas any The Clay County Normal School
community open
: II
J. Roberts. Reid undertaker of Tampa and
direction an exist in this region.! Tho highest. for Teachers! will May tat ntGreen q
week and under the of Mrs.J. i A CULl: > DAY IN MAYThe ,' open
"-i- wore here .taken in charj'o ncrnlDirector I
part of this uplift appears to bo anti '"ntlrmfor
Lewis R. Davis a number of ladies are Cove Springs, (
Stella -
Misses IIilda and' D. C. Jones.
Live Oak and well sunkIn
near a i weeks. Thoso wishing to'pre
Rhodes, of Jasper, came yesterday to canning beans, strawberries, etc. first days of the week tho
this would therefore hu,
area, third
I for first, second or grade
visit !Mrs. J. C. Robinson. weather spirits could, seemingly; not PRESBYTERIAN pare
I Judge and Mrg. A. V. Long, of Pa- make up their minds what to do. structurally most favorably located. I certificates will do well to take! tho it itnurse.
A well drilled: here to
latUa the first of the'Yl'C't a ( i Thu program, will be so arranged
were guests air I
and oppressive ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Partridge leave Sometimes sultry Paradoxes of I'nijcr of than three thou
of Mrs. S. E. IJrownrce and Mr. depth more I that any ono wishing do so
for Luke City today to visit their then clear and cool, then showers. He asked for a stone and God. gave sand feet will probably penetrate
) I
Mrs. J. M. Brownlec. review on all subjects.
nnd may
afternoon they came to an .
Mrs. II. E., Hay. Tuesday him bread.
,daughter, limestone, thin bode of line sand "hls special term for teachers U. +,
agreement and sent on an t-nd-of-the- He asked for riches that he ,might/:
and shale.
perhaps tome tho control of !
i provided for and under !
Mrs. W. A. Colloy and daughter, The Melrose section waS represented season cold wave. A heavy rain came, I achieve; (God: made) bin weak that he Of course, as everyone knows, to board of Instruction. a
i the county public
Fort in Starke' Monday by J. S. Griner which In tho northern part of Stnrke ,
Lois, are visiting relatives in might( obey. invest in such a venture as to drill a I 1
Aleade. and II. Guy Alderman, both prominent was driven by a young cyclone, taking -I 11(' skid for riche sthat he mightbe deep test well in the above area is Tho tuition to students. from other 1
farmers and fruit growers. / off limbs and blowing down trees. happy nod him poverty that I'
; gave nothing but
simply a speculation, as counties' will bo very !moderate. .
Malaria Chills and Fever This was followed by cool weather, he bu wise.
660 might
cures the drill bit will tell positively what with
You will term
-Dengue or Bilious Fever. It destroys -' Mrs. Mamie Garria and daughter, and Wednesday evening it was cool He asked:' for strength that ho' lies far down In the bowels. of the j Come. enjoy J. N.n OVKRHULTZ,us.s

the germs. 5-4-20t. Lillian, were in Jacksonville first of enough for fires in the sitting rooms. might do greater -things; God pave earth. I '
the week visiting Mrs. Garris' mother morning overcoats were | 4-20-41 Principal.
Thursday him infirmity that he might dn better Should 'oil or natural gas ha die I e
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Hodges, of Mrs. Cora Cason. seen, and at several places a light things. covered in Alnclum county no one I FOR PEOPLE WHO !.16h 1 DELICIOUS : : }

Jacksonville, are guests of Mr. and frost appeared. We have heard of He asked for power that he might could begin to estimate what It would ) MEAT "(

Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. Mrs. A. M. Darby and daughter, "a cold. day In August," but never before have the praise of men; God sent him really mean to the county and state! t
Fannii will lo.ivo: next Tuesday for cold in May in this lat I For 25c
of a day weakness that he might feel the need and since there Is a movement on foot Sale at per pound j
of Lawtey's )Denver, Colorado, where they go to itude. of God.
Rowell Prevatt
one at present! to sink a deep tent well it I
prominent strawberry growers, was visit Mrs. Darby's daughter, Mrs. C. He asked! for all things that he should he earnestly, considered andencouraged Young' RnhlillH from 2'to I poundnJiiHt
( I tho right sire for frying). 29per )
in town Monday.The I might enjoy life; God gave him life by every citizen: of tho 1,
f cent cheaper, 20) per cent lirller
eternal that he might enjoy all things county. Home of our best citizen
M. E. Edwards and Laurie baH exposition I and, 20 per| rent more nutrition than
Peoples Grocery Co. made a Mrs. son, Bank of Starke on He received nothing that ho askedfor lire hlll'kinj.tho enterprise and every

small shipment of tomatoes Monday, of; Lawtey, attended) the spring/ a cabbage; weighing/ 21 pounds, per- ; yet much more than ho hoped one should lend whatever aid they can I chicken.

the first oE: the season.H. musiciile given Tuesday evening at haps the largest ever seen here. It for. afford to the cause and. see if there IK. I OHCAU* VAN ile VIGVKIIE: ( : .
the home of Col and Mr*. A. Z. Ad- R. S. Powell, who lives
was grown by answered he was t
Hill were ; STARKK ,
prayers oil in Florida. We believe there Is. East: of the park- (
L. Johns, a well known businessman kins. just beyond the southeastern corner most' blessed.-Missionary. ..
of the Lake Butler section, was of Stitrke. Mr. Powell's land has Subject, "The Go doThing to Coma" -
in Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and lit- clay sub soil and is drained by deep Sunday school at 10 n, m. lJ mmm1DC'tlUmJlQlUljC1mcwmlmmUlmcnmmrJJ1ID1Dl1lfll1Df1UflDll! : : QIC1i11t1171pC'w. : '

I tle daughter. Nettle, legt Monday fora ditches, making the soil deep and mel- Preaching service, II a. m., and R Ellory, Davw ESTABLISHED' IflHtf R.wian. Dawl.t
weeks visit in Tallahassee with All kinds of vegetables growon .
Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, spent two low. p. m.
Saturday and Sunday with Harriet Mrs. Dowling's parents, Mr. and Mrs it to perfection. Always a cordial invitation for the GENERAL INSURANCE f

Ritch. Stroman. public to attend our services

Will the who found ladies' .. LIFE
Earl Roberts, of the University of party a > Minister. I
Florida Sunday with his sister, I wrist watch last Thursday between A carload of cattle was shipped to ACCIDENT PLATE GLASS
Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. the courthouse and pontoflice please I'lant City Saturday by Capt. 3. T. i ST. MARK'S] CHURCH HEALTH RAIN it

I| return same to Miss El ma Robinette Hickey. The animals composing I
Band of
Every Description
Frank Pomeroy, of the U. of F.,''at courthouse and receive reward. Itt were in prime condition and had been I The service for the Sunday after '

spent the week-end with J. :M. Mitchell. t i ,, bought from several different stock. the Ascension will be at 11 a. in. : J. R. DAVIS & CO. STARKE, FLA.

The ROth council of the Episcopal owners. I Tho annual convention of the diocese j' "
II diocese of Florida will meet in will lie held! In Holy Trinity II1!''C lltllm1DllllmmmmmnmOIDmC.llm! ) c mmCJCcuommmcnlllmmfJmCl.C) : (/ ( ( ZlI I1QJQJmf'I

Mrs. Mary Hopkins has as a visitor Gainesville May lth;:; and hold a three SATURDAY EVENING:: WEDDING I church, Gainesville, next week! beginning -

her niece, Mrs. Hurst, of Chicago. -I( day meeting. Mrs. Edward Burns Tuesday evening and cloning on

and ;Mrs. Joe Hoover( will be delegates Miss Pearl Shaw, of Tavares, and I Thursday I'vpnlng.Vc expect sevcrul r

at these l
Mrs. LaMira Graham, of Jacksonville I quietly married Saturday evening In ,

spent Sunday with her parents, I Mr. and :Mrs. J. F. Purvis and the court house by Judge Tally, at 7 I tend.We come now to the last act of our f

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. daughter, Thelma, and Mrs. E. L. o'clock, leaving at once for Sanfordon i Lord's earthly life. The forty davit

Odom, of St. Petersburg, motored their honeymoon. The young couple -'! arc over and now Ha returns to His

Miss Mabel Weller and cousin, J. here Sunday and spent several days will make their home in Eustii! | Father to "sit down on the right hand I

J. Truby, motored to Jacksonville last at the home of Mr. and Mrs W. J. Mr. Jones having a half interest in i of the majesty on high." This festival -

Saturday and spent the day. Epperson.The the filling station on tho TavaresEtiHtis though much underrated is one .

road. Miss Shaw was born of the great feasts{ of the religion of h' r

Mrs. Oliver Jones left Saturday to Woman' Club will meet Wednesday and raised at Brooker, Bradford county the "Incarnation and ranks with

visit her son, Leslie Townsend, of afternoon, at which time the the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Christmas, Easter and Whitnun Day
Tampa. annual report of officers will be made Shaw. I She has been living with her I' Our Lord said "It U expedient for i

and the election of committee chair- mother and sister at the telephone exchange I you that I go away; for If I go not f

Mrs. John B. Neff and son, Thomasof men as well as officers for the coming Tavares, since December last away the Comforter will not come unto THRIFT ;IS THE "CHECKREIN"ON I I

Jacksonville, spent the weekendwith year. Miss Guilda Pike and A, J. Harnage i 1 you." Ile had togo/ away In order !
accompanied the party Saturday evening that He to them EXPENDITURES '
Mr. and Mrs.tEd R. Net!. I might come nearer YOUR
Mrs. F.. M. Johns returned Monday and were witnesses to the ceremony. I I in Ills holy sy'fit. In His ministryi Jl

Mr. and Mrs. J. L; Peek and uhil-! from a trip to Atlanta and Macon. .-Tavares Herald. i i lIe had lived among them, In His resurrected -
dren and Miss Lucile Mitchell motor While in Macon, Mrs. Johns was the .. life He had appeared to them The difference between "Income" and "out-go" In. the
Miss Annie Mae W. O. MEETING net results of what you earn. The "income" resulting
of her cousin, PLEASANT dwell in
HP to
guest but now was to come
Saturday. .
ed to Macclenny from your dally labor, avocation or profession. remaina
Darby, who accompanied her to Atlanta them forever.. I a joy if the "oftt-go" in not allowed to "go-out" too

Miss Sid Brown, of Jacksonville,, where they attended grand ope- The last meeting of W O. W. camp I _w tlJ.
No. 138, on the night of Friday, May CHURCH BULLETINThe
the guest of I ra. BAPTIST ,
arrived Monday and Is I I Save a little as you go; while the
enj yed. The only b..ttX'tlll
Mrs. M. L. Johns at Kingsley lake. 4th, was greatly low, yet 'twill be proven In the end that ti>
Mia Florence Matthews left Monday regret was that so few of the mem- service next Sunday are to be nave than wpend. 3a
Tallahassee where she will ban were present. The camp has asocial j I t
for the remembrance of
went t devoted to '
and family
Rev. L. B. Simpson Make thin Hank your "Thrift Shop. Interest paid -
to Lake Cicy Monday to attend a conference visit Miss Cecil Comforter. Miss Matthews committee, charged with the MOTHER. The second Sunday in en Savings deposit.

of the Jacksonville district. was accompanied by her brother duty of providing, special entertain June Is now known throughout the I

a1- -- Eugene: who will also visit In the ment at such times a* decided by world a"Mother's. Day." The Bible

Col. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, o o >' given, and thus the only sure way of combine at 11:00 for a special service I
', auxiliary' of the Presbyterian Is for members to be In The lank of Helpful S rireSTAKKE
PERFECT HEALTH -The ladies participating; in memory of the bout mother who i '

..... -.1. d church met Monday evening at attendance at all meetings, if possible ever lived-your mother. Dr. Bullen t FLA.
iw..... R.gt t4 th.Ab..Y the-home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. Officers to do so. 'On this occasion Ice will, speak on "Mother." Should

A VIGOROUS BODY elected for the coming year were cream, followed by a smoker, was the motber be among the dead then wear 1

A ..Js. ,M.dq. ..<--.I.k 6.ada.k. President, Mrs. T. J. Hedges; vice- program, and needless. to say, was e white flower; ihouUT she be living! ,,t

I president Mr*. 1.. E. :Miner' secretary heartily enjojy d. a pink flower '

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'-- potato growers into the worst kind that they permit their sympathies to THE! !MIGRATION OF NEGROES real objective to be attained, or his

I of pessimism, It seems that they are sway their sense of justice. She is I MOMENTOUS own relation to it.

Ij I .............................--_.........................._..- f making about as m'uch money as right. .We say this not as an oppo- Iris one of the most difficult thingsfor
j i
rJ' r-- could have been reasonably expected. nent to civic rights for women; rights I "The general movement of the southern an editor and a reader these days

With The Bradford involving added responsibilities. But negroes to the northern industrial to do-detect and eliminate propa

: EXTRACTS: FKOM COUNTY she is right. And it is a credit to I I ,centers, shown by a survey of thu department ganda. Our daily press and magazines -

AGENTS' REPORTS the sex that this true. There are : of agriculture will, if continued are full of it Various. societies
County Farmers certain biological facts and certain have a very marked effect both and fraternities and associations are

' : l.ev1'his, the first week of the temperamental endownments that can upon the labor supply in the south and full of it. What we need everywhereis

'i// I'i:i cucumber season, closed with about not be legislated out of the human upon the negro race itself, in the first a straight road to the facts of

, I twent '.t'ijht cars meved. Next week race. The Tribune was one of the opinion of olllcials. in the census bu- a thing, and second, a straight mindto

.. ,I I Io will bo a big one. few papers in Florida that fought: resolve the facts into their mCIIIIinl.eal'horn
\! woman suffrage from start to finish.. reau.An
Independent.MAN .
of the population ;
analysis negro
cucumber mildew or
RURAL ('O\nIE; !SKNSK: ease known a.* Marion--Tomatoes seem the best While we humbly bow to the inevitable -
'I I rust early in the growing season. After statistics for 11)20):! by the census bureau -
, ever produced. Growers have dusted we certainly do not propose to sit
tendencies toward IS A FAILUREW'hen'he
I II the disease showed marked -
'' Plow the Fields. Shallowly and Often I I it was thought was or sprayed consistently from the first; idly by and see the good women un-
i migration and concentration -
" J' l to Keep Down Woods and l.. completely under control, a throe-day little of the fruit worm that last year sexed. Jury service is not a privilege; interstate -

I l'onll'rveIoi..tur.! ... rainy period broke out. When the I played havoc. it is a civic duty and many classes in cities, the movement receiving has no confidence in himself -

f i h;:. rain stopped, another application of are exempt. Quite aside from the its first impetus in the de nor his fellow man.

ti'y, (By Spuds Johnson) tliu bordeaux was applied. After lacliKnn-liave secured 2,000 lbs, question of woman's emotional nature runnels for unskilled labor during the When he values success more than

about two weeks a serious disease ap- of calcuim arsenate, ordered cooperatively there l Is an argument against mixed World War character and selfrespect.When .

, ; Some folks scorn to think I am a peared and caused much alarm. for farmers to use for boll juries. On at least three occasionsin During the decade, nearly 235,000 he loves his own plans and Interests -

I : pretty (rood farmer. I may have but the G. F. Weber, assistant plant pathologist weevil control. Twenty-five percentof recent months mixed juries were negroes removed to cities of the south more than humanity.

right idea about a few things of the Florida Experiment cotton, acreage will be treated for locked up over night. This approchesthe Atlantic states and nearly the same When his friends like him for whathe

J.' there is so much I don't know i it Station, was called upon to determinethe weevil control. border line of indecency. The old- number to cities in the east-north has more than for what he is.
i shocks'me to even think about it. nature of the "new" disaeftu and in these
, fashioned moralities and conventionswere central states. The increase When he becomes so absorbed in

Anyway, somebody asked me the to recommend control measures, His Pulk--Some watermelon growers not abolished with the adventof cities, averaging/ nearly forty per cent, his. work that he can not say that life
other day to tell folks though investigations revealed the fact that are spraying with bordeaux and universal suffrage.The affords, a vivid statistical picture, in is greater than work.
j Sense"about
"Rural Common
colurpn of the "new" disease was no other than the opinion of census officials, of the When he lets
Black leaf 40 to control anthracnoseand conclusion is absolutely cor a day go by without
method of and summer
my spring the old Ho explained that during
I rect. Women systematic effort in industry and com- making some happier
cultivation. Well I consider aphis. should be exempt from one or more
of wind and rain
the three days
jury duty because merce to supply labor needs largelymet comfortable.
they are women
this about the most Important '
just the of the disease because
feature of farming, especially during I thorughly spores scattered and germinated,' Glades Growers are showing keen and no other excuse should be needed. by immigration before the actionof : When he tries to get ahead in the

the early growing season of the year. infecting the entire fields. Therefore interest in our work; they realize There is not and never was any need congress. e world by climbing over thershouldcrs

,', Put rand in the best possible they must do more rotating, clean up for women on the juries in order to Were foreign immigration to be of others.
your I when the bordeaux was applied after
resumed in the future commensuratewith
of their field, spray, confine-their ef- secure justice for women on trial.
condition supply large amounts When he values wealth above
the rain the had already
j spores forts less and better cultural immigration from 1800! to 1900or
to acres, use They are universally given
high-priced fertilizers, plant early, and infected the plants and a greater health, self respect and the good
the to the
I during period previous
; spray and duct to a perfection, and the disease was beyond control.In methods.FlaglerThe. margin of indulgence han men on opinion of his fellows.
said the bureau it is
war, versus unreasonable -
1 trial-and this is also right. Mothersof
I f even then you won't get so far along When he is so burdened by his business
such cases, Dr. Weber informedthe beginning of have to suppose that any lessening -
\ cooperative men a right to -
special privileges
that can't
the road of success you see that he finds no time for rest and
\ growers, spraying may be de- marketing of Irish potatoeswas and special consideration demand, because of !greater labor
starting-off tracks, if you have regardless recreation.
I your cultivation. pended upon to prevent any further made in this county with the of the loud protests of the supply, would tend to drift him backto

neglected! the proper spread of the disease, but that it movement of the first car of early potatoes militant suffragettes.-Times-Union. his former enviornment. But immigration When he envies others because they

f There are two reasons for cultiva would not and could not prevent damage grown by the Flagler potato for the first time in federal have more ability, talent or wealth

a ting. First, to keep down weeds. and from the spores which had gained !growers' association. QUALIFICATIONS OF TEACHERS history, has been restricted and if than he has.

'f grass. That is an absolute necessity. admission to the tissues of the this restriction continues, and unskilled When he does not care what hap-

I : Usually here in the good, state of to his neighbor or to his friendso
plant. pens
In labor in times becomes
the prosperous
: I Clay-We are shipping strawberries present legislative session
Florida we have dry springs; the __.__ 1 lifhg he is
beans, squash, beets, celery and and in former sessions in this state, again at a premium, is the negro to prosperous.
rains do not start until late in June
't /CHEAT TOMATO: LOSSES PROM lettuce to distant markets and many and in the legislative meetings in oth- respond to the demand as during the When he is so busy doing work that
I in July ordinarily. That elves usa .
or he has no time for smiles and cheering
NAIL-HEAD RUST states the war and continue to Increase in urban
I varieties of other vegetables to mar- er necessity for moral Instruction -
s. fair chance to hoe up and plow up words. Dallas\
in centers during the present and subsequent Uotograms.
I in Jacksonville-latter going by public schools has
with good prospect of its I
11 grass a It has been estimated that $100,000will truck; this is first year this county been recognized. Various suggestionhas decades at rates resemblingthose
dying. Keep the grass down and give UI'ae9r. IssteteaI carili YVMBKrantores ,
be lost the tomato of been : shown for the period? Should
1 by growers has shipped any crop of importance made. In the present ses-
: the crops a chance is a good motto. vitality anc joerjy br parlr/fa and
'' Grass left alone in the field Is just Vero, St. Lucie county, as a result of except [Irish potatoes. sion of the Florida legislature several this prove to be the case the effect up- Aching the blood. You:an MOO feel 11'{ the fungous disease known as "nail- bills have been introduced dealing on the labor supply in the south and ..,Inll. Invigorating Cftx: PHos ate
like the skunk that will steal from a
11 head rust," unless effective measuresare Seminole-Calcium cyanide dust with this question. No one of them on the negro race itself will be very

I,. blind himself man, and; the neither blind can man the can't crops.help taken at once to control the disease scorns to give 100 percent protection has been enacted into law. marked. To Stop a Cough Quicktake

according to reports from growers against the leaf-hopper on celery, result There are those who feel that the Negro deaths in the five-year per HAYES' HEALING HONEYS a
I' L A second reason for cultivation Is couijb! medicine which stops the cough by
II of that locality.G. of experiments being conducted by law should require the reading of the iod 1914-19 outnumbered births in the healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.A .
to moisture. We already
( conserve F. Weber, assistant plant pathologist local truckers. Bible in the public schools. There are southern states, but in the northern box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE

{ f said that our springs are most always was sent to Vero by the Flor- I five versions of the Bible, however, cities they were greater in proportion SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and

t., dry. If we plow our land .h )lowly ida Experiment Station to study the Duval-Uave arranged for several and one version would have to be than in the southern section Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
and often we form on the surface HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
, ; trouble and to advise the truckers as demonstrations with local dairymen. chosen. This would be sectarianismand Also the birth rate among negroes
should be rubbed the chest and throatof
what calls "dust
county agent a
my" to its control. lie says, upon his return this is forbidden by the constitu was below those among white children suffering from a Cold or Croun,
mulch which is kind of blankets
.' that 5-5-50 bordeaux spray and Walton-Booked orders for 13,000 tion.There people. The rural negro population The h aUD4 effect of Ham ",In0id -
spread over the ground, only this copper-lime dust are being used fruit for excellent decreased in the last the throat combined with the heal effact of
blanket is just loose dirt. Ever pick as a trees next season in less are arguments for decade by nearly tiruw O-Peu-Trato Stive through the pores of
means *>f stopping the spread of the than a week.HamiltonHave. the reading of the Bible in the public one-fourth of a million or 2.4 per cent, the skin won atopa a oouith.
up a board and notice the dampness Both nraedlrt, are pecked I Inane carton and themetef
disease, and with some success. schools, but there are arguments while the urban negro population increased the combined treatment te 3Go.tfjust .
I beneath- That dampness came from As the Experiment Station has spent five days against it. Mere acquaintance with by seven-eights of a millionor ask your druggist for.HAYES'
1,4 1,; the ground below and stopped whenit
been unable to conduct. experiments this week in the cotton fields trying .the Bible does not make for righteousness. 32.7 per cent. Under those condi- HEALING HONEY.To .
got to the board because it struck '
j this year looking to the control of to get enough cotton left on the The Bible, read by a teacher tions the swarming of negroes into

I air space. As long as it could find nail-head rust, definite recommendations ground to give a fair yield. who is an unbeliever or a skeptic, cities north and south and the sharp:& Cure a Cold In One Uaaka >
one soil grain touching another it ( LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tahleu)
-: could not ba given the growers. could scarcely have a beneficial in fall in the Increase of all American ne- ttope the Cough and Headache' and work od..
l could keep on rising, being attractedupward However, Dr. Weber advised the use GENTLEWOMEN: : OF THE JURY fluence. groes are related almost as cause 'old. E.W. GROVE1.:" signature on eatbbo*. Mi
the like oil risesthrough
by sun just
of regular bordeaux mixture ((5-5-50 The legislature of South Dakota and effect.

J. a lamp wick to the flame of formula) for this purpose. lie says One of the several "rights" that has accomplished more in this' line ff the rate ;decrease between 1900 ,,
fire at the tip. Well my plan l Is to QnnnmmmalmmmmmmmrlUnmfi"'ff"nmDDa "" (
that previous investigational work has been demanded by the women now than any .other state, we believe. At and 1920 be projected through the
that dust mulch blanket of
;, dirt- over my field -and keep the along this line and the experiences of accorded the full privileges and pre- the recent session they adopted the rest,of the century without change it

practical growers indicate the effectiveness sumed advantages of "equality" be- following resolution: would yield at its close about 20,500- ---
i water from getting the water
r of bordeaux mixture (5.5.50 fore the law is serving on juries. This "That the schools promptly reform 000 as the maximum limit of negro
will when it to the airspaces
stop"in cO'Vl' formula) for the control of the disease has been accorded the women in some their methods so that the rudimen- population. It also seems reasonableto
the mulch.A
I lie also intimates that the cop states and it Is not so much a matterof tary studies as well as science is anticipate that the negroes whomin
word about how to cultivate it
,.. .' {' ; per-lime dust maY be effective, if wonder or amazement when a juryin tauht only as subordinate to right 1910 were over nineteen per cent,
" can all be summed up by saying 25
"Plow shallowly and often." properly applied. which women are seated is formedfor eousness. or nearly one-fifth of the population cent

)b trial of a case of more or less "That the emphasis be placed on uf the country and now are about ,

STOP CITCUMIIKK RUST CHIPSTo importance. It is yet mentionedaswould morality good conscience, respect for one-tenth, are likely by the end of

be expected for a time at parents, reverence for age and experience the century to be not more than one-
) make a lemon twice as useful least-that_ .the jury .is not entirely and that all learning_ but twentieth. Want Ad

"It may be a-little disfigured, but heat it before squeezing; it will yield composed of men, and interest seems the handmaiden of eternal goodness.

more juice. to be aroused somewhat "That thereby the balance be WHAT
It'. still in the ring" is u characterization on accountof may IS PROPAGANDA?
the restored between the and the 1
presumably unusual conditionin spiritual
., that be applied to certain
\ diseases of plants. It we estimate dignity by immediate the jury room. material." Propaganda is the art of insinuating will sell ,

Cucumber of the Wauchula usefulness, agriculture is undoubtedly But it has been discovered that the 'Better, by far, than having the I ont! idea under cove r of another. : a

,i'\ area applied growers effective remedies to the first and noblest I great majority of women'are not an- compulsory reading of a Bible which Recently a capitalist wanted to 'get )

', their crops for the control of the dist d..nce.-Dr. Johnson. xious to be called to act as jurors, would be distasteful to many of the I certain ideas to his men; lIe had the

in fact most of the the women of the patrons of the public schools, wouldbe ideas prepared by one skilled in the

'r ..,. ... -'.. -- .- -. Most of the disease and insect United are normal females of the human the employment of only uprightmen t jargon of the water-front labor unions $$200 Horseor

r 4 k: I troubles of watermelons can be prevented species and have interests and and women as to the instructorsof I ; he had the printed under con-

by spraying with bordeaux aims, habits, desires and impulses the children of the country. The spicous union label; he had the printed -

Severe mixture and tobacco extract prepara somewhat different from their brothers creed would not matter-creeds are leaflets distributed at the gates of

tion. husbands, fathers and men man made anyway-but the teachers his factory by men wearing the union a ;

friends. 'It was so Intended no doubtin who stand before the children day af- button. The ideas were solely ..for

According to Spuds Johnson there the Divine plan, and the family ter day should be above reproach as his own one-sided benefit. That is i

f. Indigestion are two major reasons for cultivatingcrops idea seems to have come a long way to morals. N o man or woman who is propaganda. A clergyman uses the

; in spring) and summer--during without material changes in principles. dishonest in anyway should be em unctious language of the old ortho- $$1000 Car I Ior

l "I had very lever attack of the growing season. First, to "keep Jury duty is unpleasant, exacting ployed. The teacher who attempts to doxy to break down the intellectual I

f Indigestion; writes Mr. M. H. down the weeds; second to control thanless and rests entirely upon teach a subject which he does not un- content of it; he utilizes the old formsto rr J
Wade, a farmer, of R. F. D. I I. ; '
moisture.To .
r the "virtue its reward" l- is dishonest and is
Weir, Miss. "I would suffer own proposition every sap them of their meanings!:; he allows .
'" for month*at a time. Al 11! dared for compensation. Women, no day acting a lie before the children. his efforts to be "assisted" by I a

, D eat was a little bread and prevent the stem-end rotting of loss' than men, like to be paid for The teacher's influence is often outside interests who are wholly sympathetic
, butler. consequently 1 ufler- watermelons, which so often occurs their services be it in greater than that of
1 .' ed horn weakness. I would applause or parents. Theyare with what he is trying to do,
to eat. then the terrible sufferIng try- In the cars before the market is. other more tangible coin. The jury the only Bible that some children and wholly unsympathetic with the

In my stomach I took reached, rcclip the stems and apply box offers nothing a woman wants will ever read. If this state or any ideas and attitudes which He is Insidiously -

J 7' better.medicines The, but druggist did not get recom-any to them a paste of 'copper sulphateand unless it be the slight notoriety"that other state hopes to improve the mor- attacking. That is propa- $$10,000

starch. yet attaches to such serviceandmost al standards, this Improvement will ganda. To take the natural instinctsof

women do not admire this par- have to come through the teachers. the people for reform and helpful

' J mendedThedford's' Reports form' most of the countiesof ade before the public at the cost. There are thousands of godly men improvement and use those instinctsas

North and West Florida indicate That women are neither specially and, women in the teaching profes- the motive power by which an ulterior

t ,. a tremendous increase in cotton acreage fitted for jury duty by nature or Inclination sion and their influence will go on result Is obtained is propaganda. Farm

over that of 1922 and the wide id no reflection their down through the These
upon ages. are a To talk to the people about free-
BLACK-DRAUGHT use of the Florida method of boll intelligence. The most delicately con- few, though, who profess no religion, dom and independence and national

weevil.control. stituted system la not at its best In who are dishonest In business dealings glory, for the sake of turning out

ti and decided to try It for, as I I the strain and struggle of the law who do not realize their power one set of job-holders to put anotherset
say, I had tried others for two The "cucumber is king" in :
portionsof for evil -
courts where an la as well as for good.
+' or more years without any Improvement attorney commended of job-halders in-that is propa- -
1 !j in my health. I soon Alachua, Marion, Levy and other for strenuous efforts to pre- : Scholarship is not enough, nor is ganda.
found the counties right now. Funny the difference sent his client the ability teach
Black-Draught wu an angle of goodness to sufficient. These But to take fact to which the
s acting; on my liver and easing in a man's walk when he has while well knowing him to be a thiefor qualification they should have, but .I' are blind a and hold it before peo-
the terrible pain. up
"In greenbacks in his pockets.In I a murderer. Woman, a creature these should be subordinate to right What is
two or three weeks I them In season and out of season; to more economical -
found could go back to eating. of impulse sympathetic rather than eousness.Times-Union. wear your colors openly and state .
I only weighed 123. .Now I spite of the frosts that converted severe, is. swayed more easily to compassion and
objective plainly and the simplest
3s weigh U7-t-eat& anything! want the optimism of the Florida Irish your use profit'
-where stern justice l is
to,and by taking Black-Draught only and most direct methods of putting

I do not luller. No Worms In a Healthy Child demanded.The Safeguarded your Ideas before the consideration ablethan: a want.
Have you tried Thedford's Tampa Tribune discussing the Here Is 'an advertisement .
All children troubled with Worm have of aa .. of other minds-that is not
today.Black-Draught? If non. do so .healthy. coke which Indicate poor blood amt.un*a matter of women on the juries recently tamely mannIsh vest lined with pate aganda. The word propaganda is not ad in this ?
nee than Id more or I..* etomach dUturbanee. said: ee eyirne. but even If we can't find paper
4 Over 8 million packages told, GROVE'S TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC Klvm nialarly cat In time what in itself a bad one, and does not originally
p 1, a year. At dealers' fur two or three reeks wIM enrich the b......... Mrs. W I. Sweet, of Riveredge. pear de cycne U we relate to bad practice. But What have
unprovetlMdhie>tii>n.audactaai Tonic.the whole*y..i-m. !h.tunwillthee:! on oar wife's by mistake by looking it has fallen\ upon bad company.! The
throw off rr dl..llb"_me.and theChlM wtllbe at Newark that her sex la em- for the drawstttn;.-'-Columbus (0.: ) propagandist today la a man who has to sell?
la perfect h .!tH. PlceOOWI_ JM-'SOc: per toot U. -tlonally-unfit- -to serve on juries; TaornaL I something under cover either the I ..




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I TOTAl ABSTINENCE: TilE SUR. '( & EXODUS OK ;UUM; moist Important problem to the four ,mull iwntona. are. unknown to the complain-, r .11::J.
FtO'l-Tall I aiila, and In Haul bill mallet la urarnd aunlnut"ueh 1i' '
haseel EST KOAI TO E.'Io/I/ OItCE"'E.YrWilliam FLEET HAS 81'\nnw head, under which wo are trying to known minimi and unknown. p,,,...nii. \ '

discuss the drainage question for the 'IhorofonIt. or all ix-ranna I. ordon-d. claiminu that any all inluraafcundrr perannariiunod jII,'j 1'J' "'

-- Jennings/ Bryan in The Com Highlands, N. J. ,May'2--A general following reasons: Thom overflows c'un I .>lBin.lKtanil. or through all thMn unknown or otltiir p..,ra..of n. thi-m elHlmlnir or t4.to: ,

moner. exodus of t the mm fleet that has been come and go and you suffer only the any IntiMvttl In III.. pmiu-rty, hereinafter. d.'I'
1 iillnhnssoe, Fla., May the job with much assiduity and claim Hrrlluxl. or nay part tlmn-of. undor W. tuyl-| r'rat.r
: 7--Lelis-1 l>r. A. A. Murjihi'e, president of off the Now Jersey coast for several loss of u crop or an anticipated! crop; I \ SaniliMium. J. H. TamplM-ll.. or eithirof t 101.
|"iivi activities thus fur have been that they have the tick eradication months began late today when the tho drought comes and goes and you Ihi-m, or ,olhorwliii' and all persona mown '1'

lnt>uim-tl! largely with various hear-I and the live stock sanitary measure abet the University! will of be Florida heard-. throughout has tired u British: tanker Warshewa and yacht: suffer only tins. loss ci 1 a crop for tlio nnmi'il, !lii-rclnnftt-r; or unknown dt'ncrlbi-d nlnlmlnii: propolly an. Inu-rrat, or any In ','i'tIfl

Land investigations. The well on the to the block. From whish pail thi-wof :ylnw, and lit-lnit. In Bradfordciounly .
Howling I way tint United States. lie has get nncxninple Intar got up /Ileum: I and sailed out to tints beinbut; when thu tin- comes Stnt.. ,>f .Klnildn diworlbril, aa foll'M 1o,.
( iiring was l'esul11edIondll: with what one is'ablo to pick up in the sea Both were out of sight by d.trk. and! is allowed to do its work l-s ,
that ought to be followed by : .t, lint, of tin ,
fdiuthwi-M ( .marto.r of thasiiiiihvrnit
( '. Conrad former deputy tcsI'ving lobbies, this appraisement of the situation in the Tile \i vsels departed soon after a tuined\ you sulfur loss of bolll unolis'j cjunrtrr fit thv Northi-ant Uuartornf t .t
against his former chief. He seems to be Approximately every university president Hix-LInn Iwintv-four ((241 t I. 'Jowtlahlp rlva $
I cor- all Koveinnu-nt cutter had halted and and land!, mint! it can't ever be i ,
country and by the \presidents. of tht hUI"I Twunty-two ((22) Kant.
| Ifl the stand the entire day, be- 'searched u small unidentified steamer ed, for it is the! nature of fire to 'Il..j : : :; h mid i kill; of cnmplnint enc
reet.The the t denominational and private col- "c I.f.eo the .. ."'n.1 day of July A. V. 10.!!,
l!: interrogated by Chairman Itrou I greatest interest attaches just that wits xU-ammi toward the tleet. stroy absolutely and! Kptdull is -. rulo day of thia court or ''
lemon. A few weeks he signed u j"O .\\.t : 't1.o
ago .
the senate committee' and by John now to the appointment of the new total abstinence pledge and sent a When the cutter headed! btuk toward this true when it gets to burning! In i I nlvI' that thin tsti.n ordi-r an Im eontVaiit-d piilillMird analnntion. In tha 0 0 7 h- 0

0, Crawford of counncl for the officers in Ilendry and Collier coun rum row, the tanker which had been muckland.. \Vo loso all. I Multifold, foiititv. I'rtirrnoh. a wit-klv nawa
copy of it to each university profes- I'H"f\ 0 ... "..ml nlrculiit' Ion publlihi-d In
I rmer sheriff. Conrad's testimony II ties. There is no certainty when who on the row since February" steamed After irrigation and conservation Sl.uk, ., llrHilford. motif!,. ,l'loridn.VUtmMi .
Heir and l to the 1,311 young men I \ I Ito" lliMioraliU-. V. Umir, Jililita.
lit Id do mostly with liquor running thi su will come out, and one gets no students at the State University.In out to M-U on a northesat course. Tho comes-Transpottution.Vo will have of. 'thi- nalil Circuit. Court ..n.I.n\ tlio olfi.nil .

i ut had been under his observation satisfaction by applying] to the gover are Istar followed\ a few minutes later such an enormous production that it I \ >, iinmura. of the clerk.. an well ... tin olHml -
a recent letter he announces thatevery 'Inl' I .f I thla c.mvt. thin tho 2nd day of
i ,I deputy, but it can hardly be said nor's office. The Lee county ctowd headed southeast.Circa will take all tho railways anti IMny. A. ll IB-iB
member of the faculty responded -
Cl; W ,\IIMfnMN.c .
,n )much of it was convincing The has its and returned. It ; t activity was manifested wat"r'l ,
packed tents by joining him in the pledge. Sev way transportation possible I h rk C .- ,11 Court. lliiulford" Ciiimly. FI".-
punderance, of testimony thus far through the whole iU-et, consisting of I lilll, '(Si>all' .
was a great victory-Collier county ; enty-five cent of the students ally the crossstatewaterway! now S IIUWS.:: .
," ,int. to favor Dowlinir's reinstate- for it was a foregone conclusion that have already sent [in their signatures the tanker, the yacht,. a small steamer being considered 1 by the engineering aolli-ltor fur C'linuilnlnnnla.4Bt2--'-' I 1

I,. nt, though one can never tell what Ilendry county would pass, but nobody ( tci' the pledge and tho returns arc still andfciur schooners, late today. forces of the federal! anil tate governments MVSTKICa BASE: 4j

lion will be taken in the senate be- except those actually on the inner Smoke wus pouring from the stacksof from Atlantic to Gulf by llnrrhv I. tint Ir.' O in ulvt-n thut unilnr. and b' {
coming in. It is not at all improbable MI,"tuo nf thiit ci-rlain. hniil diMinw. of fora.rlnaura .10
llnd executive closed doors. The case circle thought for a moment that that all of these boys the tanker \ n.L the Istar for some way of St. Lode (,canal across Lake inndiliy |Iho jtliluo nf tho IJIidith Jutllrlnl I
I f former Sheriff Turner of Browardounty Collier county would pass the house.It will follow the: example set by their time before they lied at the approach Okecehobee to Moore\ Haven antI on In. thioirvuit. .'..mll'l. nturl of rlnrlUH for llmtlforil. I.. clmnoory...,"n'y.. elltlnn...1...*

| which was decided against! the was rumored some time ago thatit ctC'd of the ciitttr.Other to Fort Myers. This inland or cross- kin., on tinjnth dnv l of A 1,11., A. I). Wia., In 0
then .
,cvrcd president h.ill inner sheriff last week is a case in would go through the senate, but members of the fleet showed state waterway means more towards! W .1,I. EptH-ninn, Mtmrjir nf llradfnrdcouiily.

tnt There appeared to be little the house was another matter. Yet professors.All honor. to President Murphee signs of departure nnd it was be-I the spoc-dy' development of the Ghidc-s I tha, iiiliiln llnriilii, of. W nnd K n F-ilwanlH oiriclo' ailmlnlnlrntorof difoiuutd. at '

I hut could be brought against the so it did, and there was great rejoicing lieved tln-v would scuttle out to than out the railways combined. It nm'., na. ilofi-nilnnta. .
the faculty ,
to 'h.
.. .. and, congratulations iimli-iiiliini n SiHvlnl Miwtrr will of-
JHrnward sheriff in the way of ncg.1 among the Collier-; forces- when Either to return to their ports or to will give the farmers cheaper iindbetor for for enlt In front of thi I couithniiim dnnrIn j
and students for the response they .
..1 of duty upon which charge he the result was known. Mr. Collier is have made to the call. Dr. Murphee I another anchoragebpcit, under cover rates to tho eastern markets null. *Hliirkf.nn. Mummy Florldfl I Iho durlnir 4th ilav thu of li-ual Juno lioiipn, A. nf ll >. !j.

\ .ix suspended by the governor, yet one of the busiest of men and he engineered has sot the University of Florida on of darkm-Hs. for their products.Ve then can loud! I l l1)20 I: ,nilloMlnir to tim!: hluhrat 1 ih-arrlln'il' ; and lnt-rty.Imit. | hldiliir' nltuulvd for: oaahtlm In '

hi. senate sustained the gosc-rdnor's the fight in a sense but one he has made it conspicuous Much[ excitement was. caused rcfrlgc-ratc-d. boats hero in Lake ()kvo- I H.,,,,,...... .,,"nlv. Inrlda, ....wll :
an ; All thnt purl Ion of tha Northwmt Qunrlipof
I Don and removed the shcrilT. It of his chief lieutenants was II. A. throughout the nation ; ho 'has among the shore runners by the departures choboe nnd ship direct! to New York tho Smithwent cjunrtor of Hi-rtlon. ''IS: 'lo.. n-
those who which evidently was unexpected. nhlp A Mouth' Kmitio. ill Kn..t. lylnil. 1 Kiwi: .r
,t is 'freely predicted by Henderson, Jr., son of Iteprl'st'nt.ativeI1'ndel'son put it back of prohibition in the most : Itoxton I Philadelphia! a not! nil eastern thiSinlMMird, Air, I.lno Itnlluny rlulit nf Ally.evci I ,
111,'nrd the testimony that the former of Lee, a youthful attorney They bc-lievc-d a new baso ports fotat least one-half the! present .l,t two nrrna In Knuttiwimt rnrner nf anld,.
eirprtive way possible. ,1.II..d pli'i-o, of land whIch two ..
eras w. A
I hi-rilf of Broward will seek vindica- of Fort Myers. His arguments Mow how university presidtnts of operations would be estabiloolteol.EVEIt ('ost. and likewise, to all western alI) to 1C (Innnn '

I1 t l.n, at the hands of the voters in the before house and senate committees ,will .follow many his example! Few markets! thereby snvincr vast soot A. /HH-c-inl. |AUK INS.MiutirK !'! ,

in'xi election and that he will win. AIn i I we're considered us being largely responsible professors will refuse to sign the ( L.\nt PKO1U.KMS: of money to the farmers of this district. I :. M t.Ilrit.rror'onpIOnnnO... .tOIINS.: n.4-gl-8-l fOIASl'ERS I

ice majority of the registered vo- () for the result. Then there pledge! if the head of the university Hallways' will bc forcod to --- S\u: I

''''i--, signed a petition to the senutei was another, one !Mr. Shoval, who 01' college leads the way, and few .students The following interesting contribution meet voter competition, and not only I Nitli-i. j IH hiui'liy "I..n that unili-r anti I hy

i his reinstatement, but this wasi manages Lone Park for Mr. Collier. if the invitation to the Moore ftnvvn Democrat, Ihn Glades! district! will\ bo benefited\ vlttui' of thut 01"rtnln' Html I ...*.. of fori'clnii*
will refuse to sign tire ""..h' nnd, .., nd on 2001 h. A. T>.
i no avail.! Solicitor Fred I'ino ot 1 I This quiet and elllcient\ young man m from their teachers. Every shows one of tho many phases 1 of in- but all the people near enough to "IIIL'1' hy """II'nhl., ..A. V I AI''I, ttlilint of I lharlruult ,
Uncle' county that is. to say the for- I said to have a very considerable part university, college, high school and dustiiiil life of Florida us well as patronize the boat I lines will I also receive I Inrnln I I riiiirt I In I Dint\ I In rt-rlnln..',.I Cs:, .,.llnidfurd I Mhin-in: i ionnty Adu:,;: IHllniHili ,

'ne-i solicitor still Is waiting for his in the success of the Collier enter graded school in tho United States problems unknown outside the Glades. a like reduction in freight rates. >n. h'h.1 ni-xt Jolnul. t, ,hy 'W oivmnlnlnnntM I"llnitiih-n, hophmdiilMil I

"anscript of testimony to be handed] prises. The older Henderson operates( should have a pledge book; every I r. M. JOHNSON.TIIKItKSSA nnd: J. II.. :ileynand;Jli'I"F. hay,,.-., hfa: I i
ifinn dfft-niliiutM .r.oI.onel
1to the senate and action probablyill a store and it is said that his business teacher and every pupil should be' The drainage of tho Everglades (\.,%fl... fur enlp ",,I will HI. .1|| ..r raih to tlmhluhiMt ;
be had on his case early in the has been boycotted by many because : : nnd Swat blildi-r. I In front cif. tlm court
of prohibition I"! treated under following four
brought to the support must liniinfdnnr,, 'In HlnrkiHindfoiil" county. I I.I.r. ,
wc-vk. Former Sheriff Robert Baker of his stand in favor of Collier ithe .surest road heads to admit or neglect, either C hlu on Mnnilnv, Lit. 4lh 1 I ilny nf Jitnii A. I>.
iind total !
abstinence ; I 04). durinir. tlm hiinl hnurH nf .""'. for tlm
,if [I'aim Beach county, with his at-,' county. However he is of the to enforcement. plase of time drainage, iiueBlmn is I! to Tlu-ressa, May 5.. -Mm. Arthur elrou.in. nf nut Itifylnir anld I final' I drrnH llmfollnnlntt
Charles I"I). Abbott has hcen' that the who oppcmed IrarIi.I| | r :s.atie., I In ltrnlfleouty ;I
orney, opinion people I am proud of Florida's University destroy or at least cripple, tho cf- RUMS"' of Jacksonville, visited! her sister p-tnrlilM. tn-wlt :.
lien> since Sunday waiting for hbhearing Collier county soon will learn that. it I ( arrra. In .. form nf n """H'. In
antI proud of the University's president llciency of the whole plan. Mrs. H. M. I Jersey, Fiiday\ mid tin 1'K.' "...t .'..n.-. of Ui.. Stout lwoost cinnr.
to be started but because was to the advantage of Lee and in fa'ulty.an,1 students. It will Thu drainage of the Everglades: Saturday. ti'r of I thi. HnuthiHnt. CJiiintr, of Hcctlnn. Twin- 'Y
I Iv-nlno, CM, Townnhli HU (toll Houtll llnnia
''hairman t1lkins called out ol interest of that Collier }
was the development give me pleasure to bring! this splendid means thu leclamuUon of practically H. C. Powell and! Willie Hritmon, 'lw.nt:y-I' onJ2r.i'h'( :: I
the matter This but in event, AKi 0 nil | I IM. holnv. it nuhdllnlnn -
postponed *
town was county won, any all the best and '
: the attention of four millions of of
inftative to 11< 110.11 of Jacksonville,. aru visiting relatives .r thu North I ,llnlf. of Iho H.iillhtiinitltjimrlir '
likely will\ come up Wednesday otThursday. Mr. Collier is A'oingIlbollt the organization our educators. Public sentiment will most productive land known to the and friend here. of HiK-tinn 'l'w"II'.nloo with charateis- ) Hlx ( !Hnuth. Itiinitn wi-nlytwo' (JJ) I
of his county soon Impress. upon all presidentst professors civilzed world so far us the writer Mrs. B. F Hugun of Jacksonville.- \ 1'1I"1; II. I

In the meantime the Tubeit Investigation tuenergy, and all who came in contact and teachers the importance knows. In kind and quantity it has visited Miss'" Ida I hogan n fnw clays | y",. ."wOol n Opt.lyltitt," of on land tlm'Hiiulli nhnut, .11.'thin nf.,n (I'.10)Ova ,, t.

continues jo excite attention, with him were impressed that fit the step that Florida's University few equals, and, according to chemical rl.turnillto Jacksonville .Saturday. n .. mtunre aniil. flee HU' ...,,,.,.. ". in t lhaNnrthwfwl

A new turn was given the case Saturday I he knew very weU'what he wanted and has! token under the leadership of its unalsm is worth $12 per ton anti 1 whc-u II. 10. Mnorc-r WIll transacting' business I of tin* HiiulhfaHt Pirnr Qunrli-r of the- (lo"lhw.111.1.. /" .,

night: when Jerry Poppell, how to go about it. Of course the glrat executive.! we multiply by $12 the total tonnage in Jacksonville. Wednesday.II. Twi nlniOil I y.'Wi),, 'lowtmhlti(22!! t Piu;: !. HU iluiorlhrd I 111)) Hnuth im .. lan."

who had been the chief witness I story would not be complete without -'-- in the. Glades district' we gel the astounding C. Owsley was a visitor lo I Ilmiiplon Inir at I the Sotilhi'iuit, .''. .... of I Iho mild Hva nfwity .
Mouth ti rluhb
nnd riinnlnir *
against former Sheriff Jones and I mentioning Senator W. II. Malone in ll A MI'TON figure of two hundred billion Saturday. IIDIII iif eiiunrp. H. A, I,. rnllr.mil, tlu-nro, Wi...t unalii

County Judge Den Willis, of Leon I that connection. lie put the bill three hundred thirly-onu millions Mrs.! J. L. High tower, 'Mrs! John ,,, rlirlit: *t\ Cjimitur of w.. of to Iho Weal: Hiiuthiniit: linn, of tha Cluarter.Mi'iiliiin' "aidMouthwf .

""iunty, died suddenly at Quincy. lib.. '!through/ the senate. Hampton, May 11.-Deputy SheriirBaisdcn of l1l1rB-un amount so stu- Joni-s, Mrs.\ I'c-rcy Girt and Mis. Wut- Houtll, ,' .. Itunua'IVi'tilv-tilim" Twenty-two(Ulll.)I Tnwnnhlp t i2i t Flint:: run thimraNnrlli (0)

wife was with him at the time and !I Everybody;; who was anybody went of Starke was a biiaim-ss pcniluouM I the mind cannot grasp it- son Leu of Miami, arrived !he-re Thursday ,, tin* fmtithwpat pnrm-r of I Iho anld

she is alleged to have said Poppell from TullahiiSHO Saturday to W u- visitor here this week. mill equal in value to Great Hritiun to visit their futlwr Mr. J mi-s Hldo I.'Ivi, ..I...I thn.iiuure uiild, .Klvo i thi-nun imty Kimt nuniini:, ,, nn I.tlm pnlnt Month of .IW 4

stated with his dying breath that hn | kulla Springs for the 'annual May Mrs. M. L. Maynard Alachua, Germany and, France combined. It is Phillips who Is ill. i-irlnnlnir.'.OrOS. ."nlnl.ln... tr In nil II.vnl and .

had been poisoned. It is sal dthal picnic. This has been thc custom for who has been the !guest of her sLot "phUr IIlso capable of producing food sufficient Messrs. J. II. Allen, nrthur !Moorer h.1 .1. A. 'I.. Ali(1N04.

Poppell was on his way to Fensucnta I' many years. There weie several !Mrs. W. B. Alexander for several to fowl a nation tho size ofFrance and Willie Brinson. were among visitors \. S rRKWS rlp. .. I

to testify in a peonage case. Poppell candidates tor governor among them weeks, has returned to her home. or Italy. to Hampton Saturday. Hnllaltor fi. >r rotnplulniinta.._ ._8..8t0.1._ .- .

"rcinfessed on the, stand in the Tabcrt I present being Judge Purkhill of Turn- Mrs. S.; M. Simmons Mrs. Lillian fly reclaiming the Glades weIre Mr. Ui-rt 1 lagan of Valdonta Gn., --NorIv- ( .- KMTTION I IIi

h..uringthllt ho' with others had beer pot, Frank Jennings and John Martin, Geiger Miss Annie !May Pearce, Miss! iluxtroyinjr. nature's overflow system visited his Mister Miss Ida. Hngnn Kri- I i.f. ,I'' lorliln th. bower th. llourd vrHt. of In thi-m 1'iihllo toy Itwtriictlcinof the Iowa

a hard drinker and it is reported he of Jacksonville, and potentially candidates Mary\ IVarco and Miss! Edna Pearce of building muck land 1, therefore we day. llrnilroril ."ufll v. Vlorlila. In alttcliil(\ *.-

had bottle of moonshine with him Ben Lindscy, >f Honifay and motored! to Santa Vo lake Tuesday must conserveand 1 control the waterin Ion. rail. an election Ui I.. ho. .1 In tha.
a j Messrs. B. C. Powell and I K.: iS;. Si\\)- M-lioolhiitiii.. ; at I,awloy, nn S..II.I.I'. May U.to

from which he had I boon imbibing John Watson of Miami. There were where a pleasant hour was spent in meat Lukc Okecehoboc) in iirdi-r ley motored over to Starku Saturday. niihi'il ili'l.rinlm. fur> In whether.oUH..n o h.not atlili-t lh,. lirrlloryHit 10 thulrP.fliil .

freely. Because of the poison report other speakers, and the dinner was ba thin//(. to maintain production and conserve Miss Bluncho I Humphrey is visiting! I I Oils that. net and I,, clix I of hr..mlllnimfor I....

it was rumored Monday that Repre one of the old fashioned country picnic The Suwanm-e Special made hr our muck lands for future generations !her sister Mrs. Mark Olrnunori of l..m.tint and.onlnrui'd.1'I"'n.dlntrlnt.I'nr Ilia. Hn'"II'

sentative Kennerly of the Tubert investigating variety which delights the heart last trip Tuesday, as the tourist season and any and all effort' and 0)),. i bun,..." of )holdlnit), mild' et l...-tlon.
I Br committee would rise tc of man. The legislature took a recess is over. money expended by tho nation, state" Mrs. Waiter Lindsey returned to her ""' "11.h.y. .. ""r .W- .

a !point of personal privilege in thr from Friday to Monday to allow Carl Flock of Fort I'ayne, Ala., and .individuals. no. matter how much. home hero Sunday after visiting' hernciHimnii II II. Wlfjr.lNS KICKf.ITR.l'h"l.mAn. .

house and demand an investigation. everybody to g6 to the picnic yet will( spend several weeks here. spent, t it sinks into noiningm-ss of. wnen L. Sit n' .<,'L.. AUgusuniRev. -. S"H. .

This action was not taken however,, there were a good many left to look Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn motoredto comparedVith) the values! reclni ns't Crows will preach at the Christian -- NorirK--- TO IIU'Eltl

as Representative Davis of Loon,, 1 1nftcr affairs at tho state hnuse. Starke Monday u. m. and l brought into the service of hu- church next Sunday r'veryunu: I! Eloaliid bill will ka wrolvc.l by tho" hoard.
made visit' to the governor's ollic who have Rev. Duughertry: will preach at the miinity. of bond .truatrm of Hrndford motel .
a Among prominent .persons wi-lcomi". : III. oirlc of III. awrwtary of the boon .tK.k.
'Christian church Sunday at 11 a. tn. irrigation.V .. Horlilo W em o'olork p. m.. <>'
to ascertain! if any (official action wen I been in Tallahassee during the past After drainage- .111' at Ihni tOni rnil,11rJVt.nr.l '
He found! that the .. of'st. Pettrsntirj and 8 m. Everybody invited to bo must take the water off the land then MilUib. lu-.l. flll apunixlnialelymm
contemplated. governor week are: F. L. Straub p. (..(,1..' I.U" ... Ik. > Ui't ',. I.I. u for ou.l.u.Unor a tin

had instructed the attorney, IIn,1V.. V. Knott of Chatttt- present. provide system of levees locks and LAXAT.V1V, ( ,'. > i ; r I :.I t. HunU' .foot I'a Intm.Iv..tr ut hrlilno. "at".Ih tlrnokar.approm-h onntainlnaawin.nlmatuly l I.., .
and 1 Postmaster Jacob. that will the watoi :Mull, ..u. yd. nf malarial. l'lanamar .
general to make a full investigation,. hoochee. Mr. Knott took Mr. Straub Dr. Clayton Kub-diUhes put 't.r., th, o. '" uniilf"lh -
,...,., I.. ..'.n at the oirlcu of th. county
haying the body exhumed if necessnrj over to Chattnhooche-e with him for way of Fort Payne, Ala., who have beck on the land as nocd>'d for l producing -;. Vi .

to establish if there were any truth I I jm overnight guest Sunday and a been guests of the Houser Hotel for crops. Otherwise our moneyis nMMIHWIONr.KH--- HAI.K l'd"' 1 ... Huh la _. ," t reject any or all

in the poisoning report. Thus then! 'number of legislators have made the several days returned to their home lost and our efforts wasted in reclaiming llin I .l>|r n...,... la itfvvn. thHt under anil. liyvlrtuM W. o:. ,TOI (J''IB.Chairman 1"0. 'rm.

has been no lack of interesting matter .. trip. This is ope indication of thoadvantage last week. this wonch-r lun<1. This can I anil nf untoriu thHt rrrtaln In Ihn. ;!j7it;;;;
bu: Mrs. I. J. Priest 4i the guest of her bu clone by maintaining dykes and for IlrMtlftiril' eflttFIuri.Jn.. in clmnfery in I -
the corridors The roads '
about roads
flying of good (
the JUlh' 'lay ol A".11. A. I II ID)). In tuvori.f NlnI. ,
legislative action has been rather dull I that have been built in this BCftionlun son, K. V. Priest/ of Green Cove, this. locks sufficient to control the waters Mm II fl. Wlliiun I.. M MnUhw. antIanora th, rlrnull nurt for nradford County.rinrliln .
Mmtliftwa" cmniiliiinnnlN. arid avninMtMra .
On Monday the house killed the cloul < ,,!T the past few years have done w cek.Much. of Lake Okceehoboe, thus holding in' "Knlu:, Wll.on anil liMI Wllnnn. A mln.... ., ,..', In lni.eetim.nl clianeary.r Company a I I
manifested watcf .... ,runilnntir.. tinilcmlvili'il, na. oiftnrnliiiilnni.ra I
of interest i lit being reservoir Corporation
been closer this great
''e which had
> primary bill, a world of good in estubliching will.offer anil, .|.11|| In fr.int nf Mouth
ft-red by Williams of Leon as an ad. communication between the town. in the revival servlcc-s here being conducted to Irrigatethn Gludos; lands. WithJjkeH iUH,r cif th* rnurlhnuai* I In Stark., Klurlilil.ilurliiir Complainant.
h.. limit I hniiin nf unlit. Monday, tha
( '' on
ministrative measure. It had beeiregarded I whiih formerly were considered) re by Pastor/ It. F.. Burke and around the! laku:; rim sufflcit-nt trio ilny uLJulir, A. t). 11)2.1.' tit the hluhratMn 'h., HorMa, .Land anti Immliiratlon -
being ol F.vllrlll'elistVhitworth.. The are hold the water to maximum
cl'rtairthat I : Crawford ) to II
by some as virtually mote. Hob McNnmee and John ili..rrll-Dil 'lamia, towlttThi I et al.,
this bill would as the wholi I been here from Jacksonville well attended. 20 fret and a minimum of 15 feet Wmt llulf ot irthi'ant. Quarter o.? Di-fi-ndanta.. ,
pass have KIHI. !hurimt (C2nnrt r and four ....... In thtfK Kill lo Quiet TltlaTo
state appeared to be rather heartilj), John A. Heeley from Miami U.f Geiger Harry, of Graham was a above sea level, it will in my opinion,, ...iil, liwiwt, eurnvr nf the NorthwiMt Quarter thn 1 Florida: Land 4k Imimnrntlon: Com-

sick of the single primary plan bu Reese of Penh and Francis buiiiness visitor hero this we !-k. furnish suftiiocnt water for irrigation! 0 I, of..$r"*:.ulhe.t'..t Half C iinrtvr nf Nnrthratit and South tliiarKir nix of acres HoiilhW nfth a .."'...I"n. Frank I Walla. ""'ar E.

the vote against it was decisive. Ii I of Marianna Pat Cram I'. M. Geiger of Thcressa has recently purposes.\ I am told 1 that a 30-lmli .N.L (IuHtr anil live ....a O iH'irlnnlnir. at tim .nl.. Jam* T. -.. and John McKaa, aatrmUHia
B. Carter iulhwMit enmtiof Houtlwiuit, CJuartur of nf th Inrlda Railroad Company acorporation.
is reported also that Williams (rem I Jacksonville anti! numbers of others been a business visitor here. water table in the muck lands Is most Nnrthwrftt (imrtrr and run thru hun.I,." W. II havOc and hln wife, Harriet
of .
In the j thirty ,...-.. rnut: nix hunilrt-d alxty' feat K. Davla. John l. lluua anil hi. wife
school book bill is slated for earl)r j; who help to swell that crowd, and Mrs. F.[ M. Johnson was shoppingin favorable to crop production then. .. 8 death. There is a dearth of actua I to the lobby gather- Starkpfon.lay.! Gladi-s, ; to inches is too dry and 2fl -.l alx hundrad .Ix.. f..t Ui .bowlnnlnic. nndthi ... each unknown.
; give distinction: Niirlhwmt Cluartcr of Hfmthwtmt CJimnvrH (.nF.JcrrNr.s
legislative news of the kimf-that i', Dr. F.. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a Inches. la too wet for paying results .cliin thirty-flva, Townahlp n.vn, KnnMffTwnnl You anti .oh of you a. h..r.hy niniilrjd.
ings.! week. it Is evident :y-nni?. m thw county nf Bradford and Itw antI to .Oon-ar .for. oh" Ju.liia
visitor this Therefore .
written permanently into the st.ituti, RKKSR professional on most crops. Ohio Mliile of rluHda., and' tha Nfirthi'Hat. f4uar) ('lrnuit <'uUrt tar. th Eighth .ludlelal' Cll'
Mrs. F. F.. Henry has returned to that water means much to the! tar of MoulhwMit. Quarter and tha N<>rtljiaiitCiiartor milt of Fl'.rlila., In anti for UradConl cnnnty.
books. So far the constructive meas of tha S."I h..t (1.,....... Kfi-tinn on the 10th iay! of .lun.. I'm. .sHa courthniuw 1
urea passed have been exceeding! r her homt- here, after B visit at Ze- future production and maintenance ot thirty-four. Inwnahlp ..van. rantra twanty- In patti. county In Stark Florida, to
...... ihlhluiit' amilniityou
Wise-Advertise nna. In tha anunty nf Alanhua and tho few. The cattle men are jumping tn I Be phyrhills. the Glades lurid, nf Mnrliln. enntalnintf. In .11 on. hundrailanil .In .. .bil. by Mb rly lnv"'ni.nt 0. b
Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was a Conservation from fire. The no- fifty a.. (tnn> acrm. mnra or I...... it aorporallon oruanlaril. and .I.H.U
t.. A. KNinnr. tha ataM of
the lawa of Florl'la
professional visitor here this we -k. turo of peat land l Its to burn. Chernl- N. I). WA IV WHICH'T, Tln llra.lfor.l. County T.li-"rai.h." so weekly

B. Y. Saxon Vivian Saxon and 1 Miss cat analysis show! the muck lands. of W, H. t.KfKN.Ciimm: : InNlnnarar nawnpaui-r publlaliwl In .Hl.rk.. !Ilou.d'
la hemaby dMlifnalaa
GENERAL INSURANCE Vera Saxon, who have been the guestsof the )Kvergladc-n) district contains aId'rjt lYI, f.HKEN; and R. A. OICKKN: ; ounly. in which thia notiea ba pub.
ComplHlnunla. ".."..I'"", 1-4- ""LNOTU'R : conjieatmtlv. w .k ..1
relatives and friends here for several percentage of coal tar gas. and r :r.t aluht
.. bill f ..,m.IHI"t,
RITCHFiRE. ilMMTllMil In th
IN'MAN & In C'lrtfint (..urt Klvhth Judicial Clrouit.Rrndford .
their home at all Inflammable to
returned to which whlnh la louvht
days ammonia, are County. Plorliln.$ In Chanevry.Ola ,. thia ... .*. the till to ..
d f nilant arapartmulnrly
Monday. and combustible in their nature; also> Th..l. buOnts. Jnlnoil by K. R. boo tiulrU.I, aualnut lha abova
Pompano .
LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE} Tluwlf. *. bier h". ."... anil nest "...nlb.. aa .I..w. t.wll'
Miss Julia Maxwell in visiting in 10 per cent humus.! Therefore wean friend. aomplainanta.' 1'lil'h: Half of Northw '. and anil North

Located in building of E. A. Stront Farm Agency. Office open 14 Jacksonville this week. nee' why it burns so easily.. When W. 1I lv..'." y.HannWaon.' J. IICampbell .. .Half.t guart of Hmilhwmt of urlh..t gimrw-r OuarUrr...? Nrtlteaitt of

Hoar Every Day. Miss Byrel MuHncly.' who has been fire once get Ingrafted in the muck .dwfcndanta.. and Unkn..n. par. "NorthraBt...t... and all of tha.8uthw of the IuarI..C nublla: ml
FLORIDAH the guest of Mrs. C. K. Harper for land; nothing short of lit) per cent Hill, lo remove cloud, <|ul.t tiLl. anil other r.ia.1., u.'th'I 1 .:an.l'r"1 In Section
STARKE to her home In the fire we can ...1I..f.or. ...1, all ti andn.ntalnlnv
several days returned moisture will stop so .. all to whom 'It may annearn, Grtlntr* 17. Townnhlp South. Kanna and r."t whiCh
Jacksonville Tuesday.C. readily see what water table meansin It appearlnif. b* tha sworn hill nf 0oraplailit I'" .. man or l lows J On., 'fw,.. /, i
I In tha x........ ...... that then. ar. known l"n.L ar. alw rlh d I. E. Ca.
E. Harper manager of Hampton controlling muck fires. Thirty-inch nH....*.' iMmmni. belUnrad. to 1.. Intaraafanl. In looP and Hv. of F".o' of
: IUME W... P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISOY4.Jr.Pr..4..t the sick list that the I di,. |irr>l>arty thamin deaaribeil.. whdaaulaaa of nova' nuMlvlalnn In the North H.1 23 !.
Naval) Stores Co. is on water table does not mean Kan
Vn.Pr .id.nt 5... T..... realdi-nea la unknown and aomplalnanto/ alIxaea .It ..1'11& Townahip \ Inth. U the.ar.s5e
thin we..k. muck will\ not burn, but does. mean t thpraln that they do not know, and at.tar .. 'cash HI of ..ld'I.. mo.". >. ". aatol-
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diliirvnt .h antI Inquiry has not "-'n
Best Fertilizers Infecticide V 5: Sprayers Poultry Miss Alma Dyal, of Pompano who you have a fighting chance to controlit i alda' U atenrtain If any of tha known namait Iowa iMt. Ono aontainlna41 and 40-10B* HH-IOO acrL"**.,
Honest Goods Fair Prices has been the gutpit of her aunt Mrs. and can extinguish it absolutelywhen '3 arty o*>nii>nii la hallaveil in atlatanea to bar or lntereita dead and In that aaid prop than Lot fhr..TwVaonlaJn.eonlalna nand U-IOI aireS.. IM.19 Four and

Supplies J. II. Saxon for several weeks has you have moisture sufficient In ar. other ....non. .believed. to ba latanaitefl 'In eonlalna U .... U>t FIve cnln.
...f, oth. than tha known ....m... fllob
,* pror-arty. said "
Prompt Shipment returned to her home. the muck and a 30-inch water table defend.nta. and tha nan... and r,*fden. ot WItness TTnr hand anti sant> "' "
Oh.. th. U.h day of A. I'A.
H know. Mr Wisenbaker and family, from will guarantee sufficient capillary at." Apri.. AL .
*. < ,our neighbor- 1It1?" Ct'r'l !' ., T*. r" l to!7" Clark 0' Civault Court for Bra the Beden. enouiflito
moisture I
Starke have located in traction IA) give you
"CJ Uloit price list bcfor boyinf. Or. "..... re*".*!! m Laugh cottage in the easternpart ol control Ares. It is the opinion ,ol, 'a-r. .4 '0 By c Vopu'

F:. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, JackMi-ille. FU, town. the writer that the fire ha&ard: U thi t .,.1) ..I_ .1... ., 'Oo.i' as. ." ). K bolUitor KNIGHT.lor Complainant. .< )- CI..k. .


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,. V ?- .....-.... .ba vGtlteisaal afsner. kR 9Snray.Jta Aadvi. seat 1Ir1'd.' rtcm t* sere I E. X--.
\ 's. L syest Sa ar -riG o Met im caatady Capiaa ..e'.rnd.steed drnote, J,..,
m-$ m J k oer:3e.: *RfWWf &Xi At U24 fee Tests.. ... !
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I' News Items and, rtasterd Xr. .and .,Xrt 'TH* n:ifs aJOwarwl fee the tees ,
\ County Wes.Misaes. T\1\>II"I&a ay at enre and ffrj-m*& and j tj CROSBV ('
-:; == Bets and Wemfre" 4 7ffalr. w___ wen 4rtltrzzDt'd. Stud a 1 .
? 7. Mrs H- !;. Wta>r y. (;. HEAT- skeet term if er.-rt. *o>i rvA a KKiH I f Crosby t ,
I f y, ; ereetfty ,acts CAtJwTe4: 1>'tsretaz eN wai 'br OurSonday sac and H. CWf.. fai9r! Jr.. 1Ir,err aaaier .4 seyame wars art' ese rat- if a thetTS**
1 t n latafular Calrrrapardxrr-.. r.at-a.... ''lit Ltder.. and obeVTmtttiut : dismte slast7 !s:* BnM !warty.H. ; W T. Wftb : .

Parma &JWiaT. i jarrajncmg I.o : .
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t -- Brfcir and J. L. *.*_ 1I"tnrz..- j draper fur tie '
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IA1y7ETk fgtoe a immbr, tfiat Lawiey att .IIWt'tiII4r lt+asis+*** is L wt ry To *iyMrt. a.-.r-t .sat d rrgtlar, res.Ttes. May !J I. at Cp *

4e4 un71. hi J5t rfce this wk. al'n-.e.: 7:& ":tie all Bnariter fmA, nx: L. I IW. __ a> let ta "
r iai"xr, Ia.7 1fUr Bt.rr': L. A. WO...MB ai 4 sac. L _A- L J. |f
Mr. Ja nwSkfkH and c e4 P..rrkt, wee x ty'l4' *. 'mI r.ntr/.r .
J and Lee y: Jr., went: till gtarx: Moo*.jr far aYe vi- WTIMis4tes .
'' X.- )c.fMo v d I ) w Lou k7 j4 today Eeli,. tA 1 I r Mw Marra I9s '...... rants d.awl and Mr.. H. C. Wkntiettyn axrf apprrred. HUM .. .
6 y'I I fonts JY.ktaen9P!- aNt .,... *. L. A. Mare<< :Mr. BL iwa Mii Wuvifr4! Wrfaterfy were vitic }..,. tM ri caerajiMd tee net>:mud I are a5sad to .
; a, 1 wrh test prdrt. Yr.an! Mew WY.. Chard and Mae Dn Kaixfcard w 'r' tor t/, JaciuotrriBeWATEKMILL Sfaoday. einrtiwe* held at n.n--. Hap-I[ Brvwnlee. .!.; \i :
(;-Ia. v...itt," to $Stark M..oday.E ... toe. Eras1erd.1erd. Zr!!, Kalstf. &.:dram '. mitt**, 01' }(' :
r, + t Ji" sad fA. J. W. Andrews, J,.. tY.s.r: : we and Bryajrt RjhU. _____ and Kelly and declared the tt&unrimg: i j dent JoeaJ : :
',' ,v o4 Ztark.. vactfd ra1atirs ix rawnb' -.tI..t. <. XaeetMny hlJoliM,. trustees and the. foJVrwirjr miH stie ar 1 ;j
'nttln-1M7. Watonoiill, May I L-Ut&c Davalp ; ft' 3
C.: W. Griggf ,Jaetr.ottril4e, was sesserl: log SALE- '
; M,. and Mr. J. *. Barter Rar/r rP4to the guest Monday cf Xr. and Mr*. W. gi ef Alaefcoa: .u the week-end Tirt***--Tnutee*. D. W. Moore: ,|i fectiea oil -
Macal nny PndayJ. J. BI.aort G : guest fll f oter: Turner.Ehwia C. Sullivan S. EL SwuxieL X D U.L .]? Mr*. J. F.
B. Kx/w. rU( *rl rtatiir veer in W, L (Jverstreet, .* PUot CHy,,* I1are. and Ktfca. Brvwa spent H.mr-t.IIoO--TnuHs. A. A. Dnde ;
.r liar ft'Mwwiay.. wa traraaatiag boaraeas bare tasI Uw wtei Tiiitie their anal Mr1' A. .-_ Foufc. J. F. H ;
$4,. ad )fn. lUrry Tansriary aodbl week.Mr.. a W. F MatpBar6f Starfce. x Bradford-TI"IIStftS,. W. M. Barren I .MI:; : I : .
I. Q ti .Langhtcr, .t Y Idaho. ors sped. .*. Clara YII.rwt d1 l4rea *<<>,fJvltvfrrUk t K'_*rm. A. U and D. J. O. Grain' O. W. Barry, C. M. Andrea. S mOl :
fug a fw days. farts, with Mr, ant ar tpendutg. a few day*; J. !L Brvwn. F. S. Powier, Mr. and ;, ZZf-Trustee: *. F. S. FenrVer. J. K. In honor of ; ;
frn Mr J. F Turner and C. W. HaMilI '', Groorer, Chaa. Litcll .1d. 9 tsfils. ,f .
Nrs. L H. Jf!:! Tfcey earn hart. with ",tatir",* and friends.K |jdn, (
r. 1ent+rr, Ca/arvlo; in a Fr ear, hayi .v. Cran *r, wf Lake Better filled I I were visitor to Stark Hvi. y !:; R i r-TrMtees, W. T. Crosby. R. J,J Cotlins I J 1 .
i tar Irft chars tfc nth "f April and h>* rrtrular atnnt jt at the Metbwijl -', Jot n. Kiiijr and children were i ia Cructy A. B. Alvarez. 9 miUt- day I i' evening .
r "o, / r...a<.h .d fcr May 3rd. church Sooth SGNia,.. Mr*. Alacfcoa Monday.Prwat' ; S-tdraiD-Tnas. c. C. TUIU, Walaat street )
Y Mr. and Mr. $. A. Bryan yf 8tarkrtativ Cramer aecwnpanwd him. ', WiUioe *. of Graham, was the!I' L A. Doeaeriy. D. ]of. }(oone. 8 mills Five tables !i!
,hated / *" byre Ronday.Ur fLn' E. I). Boyer Stted hi* appootment -F: wefc-etMi ruet of friend here. Keller-Trait***. J. L. UnderhiU; the game l!
L ; 3lr. and Mr*. Harvey Warren, Not C. C. Crosby W. E. Edmondioa. T ;
+ t.Ir a 'large Bomber from wty at the Baptut church Ronday. Sleuth .IJuri .
r .atc1MW ton -loting exreis > Hwrace VAin and: fam-' mills. -ice tea & \ '
tbs fcradfrd High Behoof SJtarke D. B"'y r e-nuruined in honor of f tlaies I were here Sunday and Naoday.Nn. t The following resolatioo was passed ders, and allK> ;t[ )
/ |..t ..*..k. M>*. Jones Terry, who, has Just graduated Viola Tboma* and daughters by the board: Knight: made I I ::
Mr. and Mm. W. E. Turned and *oo, from the Bradford Hi'ga School.SUrk .''r I{ Leona and Joanfta were visiting eelI.tfres Whereas, there are .*eveval oot- prize- a flash I|, .
Ni John, Arthur, were ri.itr 1M "Ma<- : ... with high V.nwrx. The boote in SUrt Tuesday standing warrants against the general Matthews : ;:
i a? C. W (;riltlta and baby, ofJarkixRvfll { An .ke eoorse wa served| SHORT TERM OF COURT *. and that it is not necessary gentlemen
iw : *, are pending this week and enjoyed by. aIL! There wa* an in- r: to carry same on the record book; was handed a I.,
; a* the gq"U cal Mr. and Mr*. W. J.llak. tcreting and inxtr>Ktive! Bible! con- Wwrfc .f Scriar Term C*.pclr d {i. Therefore- be it rtolved. That the Mis Durden, 'l!i t.
lent for the young man ad ladies 0- and a Hall f>ayTh secretary of this board, on making silver salad i
1 I. H. Hill attnd the regular beers the men to name'the' book of-tbeNew I J his next report drop the following Divinity and I I I
,i *:>rn of the. rowoty c"mmis.ixm ni fn Testament' and the ladies the spring Mrm" of the Court eon- uttanding .warrants: during the I ) '
Gy tartar Morxlay.f.1. old., Fred Moore woo the prize for tined Monday morniDjr, with Jodtrc! Weaver" thug Co., (4.45. ..rrant' hostess, as.s )
i :. ,.. !Hill m /rd from Ht. AugnstiMt naming the most in the new and Ms! A. V. Lung presiding, A. S. Crew, No. 410 issued Dee. *1915. General, : ley, served I I "
t ; and "j<.ot Katurday and ftanday Eva Reddub in the old. Out of town E"1-" state attorner, W. J. Eppenon. fnnd. I cake. i t
at the home ..f his brother, L. H. Hill. gtw+rta warp Mis Clara Mae Shepard, .leri1r. Co. W. Alderman sleek: C.! American Seating Co-:, $159.09. 1"1 The guest !i j
I i K. M. Tracy was a riaitor V, Ma- of Starke. and Mis. Ruby Tanguary, A. Knifffct deputy cfrrk, W. W.:, Bai sued May, 1915. General.fond. South, ::
y den chief depvtrJfI'" and R. S. W. B. Crannen 1500. Issued De '
clrnny Frilay.Mr of Idaho The evening wa very much Long Elma : :
*. t/ry '*,.".. nt 'r and! dauht njoyed>> by all present Humphrey bailiff. umber 1915. General fund. dleton ; :
i Wt' Kunday far their horn in Waorhula The {grand jury wa composed of Lizzie Marshall, $35.00. Issued De Brinson, Mr*. i iVivirette :
after spending' few weeks with HIGHLAND; the following ftentleinea- : G.o. WIlazen cember. 1915. General fund. j I
i i her parenta. Mr. and Mrs G. L. Fotch i foreman W. )(. Bryan "'. E. Roland Anderson $35.00. !Issued. Harold Wall /I
P. L. DinkhM, of Jacks/Mville U Highland, May 11-The strawberry Tor de.. O. M. )lalpb A.Jdf Lewis, Dee. 1915. General fnnd. Kkkliter Jr., I j i
tr t I working at the K!: A. LVf< >>t ot In place movement from here! i fa about ended,O. I. Underbill J. '\ '. Lewis, JaikKm Joel GriflU! $J2. Jssued Dec. 1921. son, Carl :
e '' of hi* father, Charter: Dinkins, who for thl* season and farmers! are toring A. Howe James >{. Rosier A. B. General fund. and Mrs. O. L : .
{ k {* /it bis annual va att//n.\ their attention to gathering e nSnrnescy i }(. F. Warren S. W Brown Mae demons- $3. Issued November ,
Frank (;ns, of ffumirurrneld, sp.nt shipping barn* and planting sweetpotatoe [!IB.. Perkins, X. W. Man -ll. L. D 191*. Dist 2. I CITY (
Sunday ban with Mr. and Mrs. Chas: *. Home ,moch' needed rain*j J. W. L PinboIiUr, ;lees n Jno. Wise, $12.75. District 3. I, I i
o Y' inklns.! tait week have helped! all crops. 1\Tones, Hiram A. Prescott F. N. Andrews. $1.20. District 3. City council I
Eugene Hick. of Plant' City, i i. Mr. W. G. Crews and W. L. Dixon f f, Petit jurors W. If. Harrell, J. A. S. S. Sellg $14.00. District 3. Tuesday, Mal WedDeeda"C'!
), ( ponding a few days here with relative were vUttor* to Stacks Saturday. | MeKinney Jr., L. G. Barry IL L. W. H. Edwards $ .OO. District 6. I I members .
r 6 I *. Mr*. May Ferry, of Augusta Ga..|II. hn on, F. T. Akernathy S. T. Quigley Lumber Co., 2500. Dsman, J. W. '
f KuiMTt mane'hard was a vintlor ftMaccUnny was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C.Wimberly [I *, H. S. Norman W. J. Jones trict 6. J. C. Robinson. I I ,
4J :c i I. Fri/Uy Saturday. "it.: R, Kalthreuter, C. J. Crewi, H. 1 E. Ruth !Malphors $5.00.: Issued. December Minutes of .
,: r Harry Tanguary was !in Htarke on n,. G. W. Brown of Lawtey was aif Thomas, C. C. CriffU. 1916. District 15. and approved.The .
.1 -- i| There were very few civil canes, L H. Futch, $;;.00. Issued' December time for I
-- ____L_ ___J______ ___ and of the criminal case brought beII 1916. District 15. extended to
I fore! the grand jury only a few were Sub district elections were called Mr. Beck '
'I: found to be subject to true bills. Some for the following districts: sition) to sell a I', !
., k( $5.00 WILL ENROLL I 11 of the cases of both clasiies had been Graham. his property
continued from former courts. Brooker. Adams street I
I Civil Docket Starke. : the S. A. L. |
J. W. Andrews. Jr., VI H. S. Hilliard. Brooklyn. 'referred to the ,

+ ,' YOU IN THE Bradford County Bank and Heilbronn. ,adjustment. I .
Mary Jane Milliard, assumpsit, damages Pine Hill. A committe;
I' J2.rf Continued bYcon..nt. Vanderbilt.The Brotherhood .
i Ham Rnitenberg vs Elizabeth Dees budget for the school. year was er and L. H.
IWIElt! Ford Weekly Purchase Plan j I .sumpsit damaged $250. 'Continuedby made up as follows: the council

I t consent. Teaching 116,220.00. quire the base
rt tLJt W. J. Jones and Roy Roberts v e Administration including interest the )
R I Y. A. Harris, traverse of allegations and indebtedness $7,950.00. said property
it the affidavit. for garnishment Con- the said ball
T You can now buy and pay for a Ford I tinued by coiutent. UNIVERSITY QUARTETTE TO BE reation 1

..e 1 Car out of your weekly earnings on the Sidney Neu vs J. L. King, assump- IN STAKKE NEXT WEDNESDAY was ordered
4'' Ford sit, damages $3000. Default entered the property
Weekly Purchase Plan. against defendant for want of plea. Famous Quartette Will Cive Musical The clerk

Plaintiff" recover $1194.16 for damages Treat at Woman! ClubA Mr. R. C.
t.. Thousands of families are taking advantage and the costs in the Ca... Commercial "
'i / G. B. ColHon vs J. W. Lewis, as- musical treat is in store for the the said
q 1 ,': of this new way to buy a Ford and sumpsit, damages $400. Plaintiff to people of Starke. Everyone likes to in more sightly.
: will soon be driving their own cars en- recover $170.30 $35 attorney's fees hear young men sing and on Wed- tlon.
", : .. joying all the benefits and advantages of and the costs in the cane. nesday evening, May 16th, the University I- Reports of
Seaboard Air Line Railway Co., Quartette of the University tees, tax !
motor transportation. plaintiff in error, vs F. D. Lang, defendant of Florida will give a varied programof received and
j, in error, appeal from county solos, quartettes and instrumentalmusic.
The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly in Judge's court. Consented to be heard This Is the quartette that Bathing suits I "
r vacation traveled over the state last winter hose at Shoppe
+ : tl simple. You can enroll with an P. R. Morrison vs Sam Rosenberg, with William Jennings Bryan on his

initial payment as low as five dollars each assumpsit, damages $300. Not at is. campaign in the interest of the student -
sue. activities building for the university Harry Ford !
week. You to first !
3 your payment Bradford County Bank V.V.. M. and everywhere audienceswere who have been
:'' i .J f as' nuch or as little as you feel you can Brown foreclosure of chattel mort charmed and delighted with the of Mr. and ( >>

; afford. < gage. Passed. program. Monday for
Dock Alvarez plaintiff' in error vs The following program will be presented Branch Mich.
I" Town of Starke defendant in error 'at the Woman's Club begin _.
This money i is placed in the bank and appeal from mayor's court. Case will ning promptly at 9 o'clock.: Don't forget Mr. and Mrs.

"" draws interest. In a short time your deposits be heard by court between regular / the date, time and place. sillon, Ohio '
i terms. Florida songs Quartette. Mrs. F. L.
plus the interest paid by the bank.will' Criminal Docket Gypsy Love SongQuartette.Little l lived in Starke
+' be sufficient to obtain delivery of (State vs H. W. Cooper indictmentfor Mother of Mine-Jame* Mel and is

''' the i car. forgery and uttering forgery. ton. sie Wylie.
pressed. Absent
.; --Quartette.
a t State vs A. J. Cowart indictmentfor King of the Winds-Milton Yeats.I New summer
Start today and before you realize it your crime against nature. Continued. Wish I Knew (with eccentric also dainty '!
I will be dnving your own Ford Car. I State vs Walter Speed, assault with dance)-.G. Anderson.
intent to murder. Continued. Valse Erica saxophone solo-Jas. Miss Sinah
,/ State vs Benjamin Lewis indictment Melton. her school term
,"I for breaking and entering.; Pled The ROllaryQuartett.e.A.leep and has
guilty. Sentenced to three In in the'
years Deep--Nat Mayo. parent, Mr. and
.. J. W. .Andrews; Jr. penitentiary.: Banjo Duet-Yeata-Anderson. '
I State vs Adam Tlson, grand lar, Night in VenIce-Quartette. Ai, Z. Adkins

r Authorized FORD Dealer ceny. Continued. Oh, Song Divine-Milton Yeats.. Palatka attendin } ) l '
1 t9 State vs R. M. Prevatt forgery and Mammy' Little Colored Man-
a t uttering forgery./ Continued 'on account Quartette. Mrs. t,. II.
I'. The tank o Stark. i i. acting as depository for ?
( < payment of Illness of defendant. The Star-Jamea Melton. town Wednesday.Mis I
mad. n connection with the Ford Weekly Purchase State >frs Curtis ,.Altaian bracking/ Novelty Saw Solo-.Milton Yeats.
t, Pi.... and entering. Ordered-pUced on absentee The Glory Express (Hallelujah Pe U

i'' 'r docket. lJound-Quartette.) and Miss Abbie
--State VI Zach Anders and Owen Composing the quartette are Jas. were in Starke !

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r a : professional visitor here Saturday. Anders! assault with intent to mur- !I E. :Melton, first tenor; George C. Anderson
.. -- I 'J. L. Johnson spent Sunday with der. Not in custody. Capias ordered I Jr., second tenor, !Milton' L. i! HONESTY ,

I relatives in Jacksonville. issued, and bond fixed at $500 for Yeats, baritone; Nat :Mayo, bass; !' Affluent Patron of N w.boy:; Richer

11 J. R. TitJwell motored to Raiford each.The :Mire Annie McKinstry, Accompanist i I the Nickel He Had Offered h,

r Nfcws Items: Sunday and visited Mr. and IMI. court adjourned for the term I to Return.

County i id Whitten. I i I Tuesday at noon and jurymen and CKOSItY( CEMETERY CLEANING

Misses Beth and Winifred Wimber- witnesses were discharged. Such a It was Just at dusk and the' ,. aft.
: ly. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly G. II. Bar- short term of court, and such a small i Crosby cemetery is much in need ernoon rush! for the street later..tIn Fact Gathered ;During; the WUou ker and H. C. Wimberly, Jr., were number of serious cases are congratulatory of a thorough cleaning, therefore, the begun. The little newsboy on the, nr.

,1} Regular Correvpondenti.I.AWTEY visitors. to Raiford and the State to Bradford county. W. T. Weeks Chapter U. 1>. C., are ner was crying his papers "nerjfit/.
I Ically and making sales Jim chant
Farm Sunday. i
Ea, i( have Fri M
d Ji arranging to a cleaning on '
( ......-+-.w..r .,. .." Miss Winifred Wimberly, G. H. '1 MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD day, the 23th: of :May. There will he fast as he came could a handle large them rjp (lathe
i Barker corner fur-coated,, ef.
and J. L. Johnson
f were -
dinner for the workers served the
Monday. on fluent man, who simply radiated.I
Quite a number from Lawtey attended ., business In Lawtey Tuesday'.; Board met in regular session May shore of Crosby lake. Everyone who i perlty. pro

+ i f, I Lawtey, :May: -It.-Dr. E. L. Biggs, court in Starke this week. afternoon. )i 7th with all members present, viz: Ih owns a lot in this cemetery or are interested I "Here, sonny give me a paper" hi
visitor Mm.! James Shepard and daughter,I Mr*. L. A. Wilson and son, L. A. j I I W. Kit-Miter. A. A. Hazen and L. J. in improving "the city of the called.
r'fi of Starke, was a professional :Misses Clara Mae. Cleo and Lena Jr., went to Starke Monday for a visit Wynn. dead," are asked to help with this I "Yes, sir; here y'a.reP quickly H.

i to Lawtey Monday. Belle, of Starkf, visited friends hereSunday. ;' with relatives. Minutes of last meeting read and work. | spondod the newsboy.
i ;' Miss Marguerite Godwin came home ;, Mr. and Mrs.\ II. C. Wimberly and The man gave him a coin ,
I. ,.. I, approved. Those wishing to help in any way I mo tin,
I i from Jacksonville::: and spent Sunday Mrs. L. A. Marr, Mrs. H. L. Blanchard Miss' Winifred Wimberly were visi- The board canvassed the returns are asked to report to Mrs. S. E. lad hastily'counted out the clmuie; and
with her Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ton to Jacksonville Monday. i hurried to make another
parents sale
i Blanchard werevisitors of held Theressa The
Della elections at
r 't and Miss i Hampton Brownlee chairman cemetery committee I
;tw Godwin. to Starke Monday. 1 1 Bradford, Ziff, Rising, Boatdrain or Miss Amelia Ray, presi- I man started to walk off, when :lie> bap-
Mr. and Mm. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Clyde Rowe and Bryant Reddish f WATERMILLi and Kelly, and declared the following dent local chapter U. D. C. 1 pened to notice that he did not liu\?
i' t Starter visit -d relatives in town I --- I II i I the correct change.
0 of motored to Macclenny Sunday.C. trustees and the following millage' as- "Here bud." he called.'I'U'',
11.-Little Duval
i Waternull May
i Thursday. W. Griggs! of Jacksonville, wathe segued: FOR SALE-Three burner New Perfection cheated yourself out of a nickel Ton
i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber motored quest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. I i Bishop, of Alachua was the week-end I Theresa*-Trustees, D. W. Moore, oil stove good condition. gave me too much change."

to Macclenny Friday. J. Black. {guest of Buster Turner. ,: C. Sullivan, S. R. Swindel. 3 mills. Mrs. J. F. Colley. It "Is that right?" the boy anSwerej

,y'l I J. H. Howe visited relative over in W L. Overstreet, of Plant City, Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown spent I Hampton-Trustees, A. A. Durden, I 1 "Well, most. people would walked OD
I ,
the week-end visiting! their aunt, Mrs ''A. MRS. COLLINS ENTERTAINS FOR off with the I You just
i; Hampton Sunday. was transacting business here last A. FuUh, J, F. Houser. 10 mills. money keep it,
t I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tanguary and we.-k. W. F. Malphur,_of Starke. I Bradford-Trustees, W. M. HarrellO. ? MISS DURDEN I I like to encourage honesty !'' -Kua.
:Messrs. A. L. and D. J. O. Green, W. C M. Andreu. 5 mills. I sas City Star
daughter, of Buhl, Idaho, ire spendIng Mrs. Clara Young and children, of Barry, !
: 1 a few day here with Mr. and Jacksonville are spending a few days J. il., Brown F. S. Fowler, Mr. and ] Ziff-Trustees: F. S. Fowler, J. R. In honor of Miss Clara Mae Dur
I Mrs. L. H. 1111!. They came from here with relatives and friends. Mrs.\ J. F Turner and G. W. Hazen Groover, Chas. Litchfield. 6 mills. den, of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. G. A. i Men of Remarkable Memone

Denver, Colorado In a Ford car, haying t Rev. Cramer of Lake Bailer, Ailed( were visitors to Starke :Monday Rising-Trustees, W. T. Crosby, R. Collins entertained delightfully Mon. It Is Impossible not to wonder, what
of and, the Methodist Mrs. King and children were in Crosby, A. B. Alvarez. 6 mills. overpowering flonda of meinr.rlf. ttro
left there the 6th April hid regular appointment at day evening at heir home on South *
reached here May 3rd. church South, Sunday. Mrs. Alachua Monday. Boaldrain-Trustees, G. C. Tillis, Walnut street. from return smells In the minds of

r,' u / Mr. and! Mrs. S. A. Bryan of Starke Cramer accompanied him. Willie Prevatt of Graham, was the L. A. Donnerly, D. M. Moore. 6 mills Five tables were laid, for bridge and men celebrated for their memory
I a wetkendlUest of friends here. I Cyrus, founder of the Persian empire
visited relatives here Sunday. Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his appont- / Kelley-Trustees, J. L. Underhill; the game resulted in Miss Hilda I [ ,
Quite a lance number from LawteyatUiukU ment at the Baptist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren, Mol- C. C. Crosby, W. EX Edmondson. 7 Struth winning the ladies first prize' said knew every the name soldier of)every who served officer (under Pllnj
Thomas Horace
and families '
: (the graduating exercises of Monday evening last Rev. and Mrs. mills. -ice tea glasses in hand painted holders him. ThemlstocleM, the Athenian general
the Bradford High School, Starke ''E. D. Boyer entertained in honor of were hero Sunday and Monday. The :following resolution was pass I' and among the gentlemen Carl and political leader, could rail byname

1'';;' s last week. Miss Joyce Terry, who has just grad- Mrs. Viola Thomas and daughters, ed by the board: Knight made high and received as a each one of the 20,000) ckl/xni
r ( Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and son, uated from the Bradford High School, Leona and Juanita, were visiting relatives Whereas, there are .several out- prize a flash light. Miss Florence Of Athens. Ilortenclus, the Rninnn,

)d i I John Arthur were visitors to Mac- Starke with high honors. The house in Starke Tuesday. standing warrants against the general Matthews made low and was presented orator, who spoke In the Forum at

: Benny Sunday. was decorated with fern and cut fund and some of the sub districts 1 with a bud vase, and among the nineteen could sit all day at uu sue

4 1. Mrs. C. W. Griggs and baby, of (lIowe,.. An ice course wall nerved SHORT TERM OF COURT and that it is not necessaryto : gentlemen Kirk Lewis made low and tldn sale, and at evening give an ao
'(, count from memory of everything sold
Jacksonville<<: are spending; this week and enjoyed by all. There was an interesting carry same on the record books; was handed a knife. The honoree, the purchaser and the price.A .
? I as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. and instructive Bible contest Work of Spring Term Completed.c in Therefore, be it resolved, That the Miss Durden was presented with a young Oorslcan who was Halt to

1 Black.L.<<: for the young'men and ladles; One and a Half Days secretary of this board, on makinghis silver salad work. have lived at Padua could repeal

II. Hill attended the regular session the men to name' the books orthe'New J next report, drop the following Divinity and lemonade were served without hesitation 30,000 names In the
I of the county commissioners in''' Testament and the ladies the The spring term of the court convened outstanding warrants: during the game, and at 11:30: the ol erMn""VhTcR'TieTieafa-rneni, and

1 I Starke Monday. I II I 1 old. Fred Moore won the prize for Monday morning, with Judge Weaver Drug Co., $6.45 warrant hostess, assisted by Mrs. O. L. Boas- then reverse the order and proceed

I C. S. Hill motored from St. Augustine naming the most in the new and Miss A. V. Long, presiding, A.. S. Crews, No. 410 issued Dec. *1915. General, ley, served"delicious ice cream and backward to the first.

r, I ,, i and spent Saturday and Sunday Eva Reddish in the old. Out of Esq. state attorney, W. J. Epperson, fund. I
t 41 1. I 'I at the home of his brother, L. II. Hill. '': guests were! Miss Clara Mae Shepard, Geo. W. Alderman''cleric, C. 'American Seating CO.. 15900. Issued cake.The. guests included Misses Hilda

I 4. j I: '. ,. R. M. Tracy was a visitor to M 'c- of Starke, and Miss Ruby Tanguary, A. Knight' deputy clerk, W.. W., Bais- May,' 1915.: General fund. Struth, Florence Matthews, Margaret a:--------------------....ii
':1, much den chief deputy sheriff, and R. S. W. B. Brannen, 3500. Issued December I
I"", clenny Friday. of Idaho. The evening was very .. Long, Robinette, Madge Mid A LINE Q' CHEER
C : .. Mrs. Ury Parmenter and dauhter enjoyed by all present. Humphrey bailiff. 1915. General fund. dleton, Margaret Wyman Josephine e
t, left Sunday for their home in Wau- The grand jury was composed of Lizzie Marshall. $35.00. Issued December Brinson, Mrs. Florence Powell, Mrs. {I g j John i ir
By Kendrick
1' weeks with the following gentlemen: Goo. W. 191ft. General fund. Bangs.TRUE
1 chula, after spending few HIGHLAND Vivirette Lewis; Mensrs. Kirk Lewis
'! I her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch i I Hazen foreman W. M. Bryan. W. E. Roland Anderson, $35.00. Issued" Harold Wall, Laurie Edwards, Jim l -------.--------------.. ej

4 ; + ., P. L. Dinkfns, of Jacksonville, is Highland, May 11-The strawberry Torode, D. M. Malphurs Jeff Lewis, Dec. 1915. General fund. Kickhter, Jr,., Jim Godwin, Ras Brin- j tell VISIONTHEY
d i v' I working at the 8.' A. L. depot in place' movement from here is about ended O. L. Underhill, J. W. Lewis, Jack- Joel Griffis, $.82. Jssued Dec. 1921. son, Carl Knight, Herbert Ritch, Mr. blindneim me! Love of is hut blind kind ea e

+ l : of hid father, Charles Dinkins, who for this season and farmers are turning son A. Howe, James M. Rosier, A. B. General fund. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. I rather deem to b*. i le

r is on bin annual vacation. I I 1' their attention to gathering and Surrency, H. F, Warren, S. W. Brown Mae demons, $:i. Issued November Of A vision Incision;. la tr

d t Frank Green, of Summerfleld spent shipping beans and planting sweet B. Perkins, N. W. Mansell, L. D. 1915. Dist. 2. CITY COUNCIL MEETING That through( cut "il.. nl cue Pun MNJ ea
Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Chee.t' potatoes. Some .much needed rains. Johns J. W. L. Pinholster. Newn Jno. Wise $12.75. District 3. The things not ..etbe\ you and

; Dinkins. last week have helped all crops. Jones Hiram A. Prescott. F. N. Andrews, $4.20. District 3,.l/ City council met in regular session :- The light u. of love the gleam of hope., j

,,ill I Eugene; Hicks! of Plant City, in Mrs W. G. Crews and W. L. Dixon Petit jurors W. II. Harrell, J. A. S. S. Selig $14.00. District 3. Tuesday, :May lat, with the following j To ease the (gloom of tbem thulgrope ( II

t / I upending a few dbya here with rela- were visitors to Starke Saturday.Mrs. J. McKinney, Jr., L. G. Barry, II. L. W. II. Edwards, $6.00. District 6. members present: T. J. Griffin', chair- e And lend. t them, out of their diwputr :I

f tives. May Ferry, of Augusta, Ga., Johnson, F. T. Abernathy, S. T. Quigley Lumber Co., 2500. District man, J. W. Andrews, Jr., S. A. Bryan, I Up to tie height'( immortal where I
It I vistior to Thomas, H. S. Norman, W. J. Jones, 6.Ruth. J. They toucb blue skies. I
Robert liliinchard was a was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. C. Robinson. : Bcyong the reach-of f"rther-.e..i" II
cl l r Macclenny Friday Wimberly Saturday.Dr. L. R. Kalchreuter, C. J. Crews, H. E. Malphurs, $5.00. Issued, December Minutes of last meeting were read eyes. II
P 4 r .) a Harry Tanguary waa in Starke on G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was a j' Thomas, C. C. Griffis. 1916. District i 15. and approved. ( Ijr MuClure N.w.pap.r Byndloata., :

j. g f: ,+ t I'I There were very few civil cases, L. II. Futch, $5.00. Issued Decem The time for paying city taxes was t1-------------,--------..=

A ," -land| of the criminal cases brought be- ber, 1916. District 15. extended to June 1st. ---0-

II"J J I "i fore the grand jury only a few were Sub district elections were called I Mr. Beck made the town a propo- YOUR.

f I I found to be subject to true bills. Some! for the following districts: sition to sell a 'Atrip of land throughhis .
I of the cases of both classes had been Graham. cCbaracteristics
$5.00 WILL ENROLL I property for the extension of HAND
: continued from former courts. Brooker. Adams street to the right of way of aDd TendeacieetheC.pobR41.

', Civil Docket Starke. the S. A. L. railroad. The matter was >> .. or W....-
J. W. Andrews, Jr., vs II. S. Hil- Brooklyn. referred to the street committee for r!!..... That Make for Success or
'f : YOU IN THE liard Bradford County Bank and Heilbronn. adjustment.A Failure as Shown in Your Palm

: Mary Jane Milliard, assumpsit, dam Pine Hill.Vanderbilt.. committee from the Christian
ages $250. Continued by consent. .
Brotherhood composed of C. F. boy THE HAND OF AN ARTISTNU''E
Sam Rosenberg vs Elizabeth Dees, The budget for the school
year was I I er and L. H. Partridge was before
;;; : Ford Weekly Purchase Plan assumpsit, damages $250. Continuedby made up as follows: the council asking that the town acquire 1 carefully whether the lowest

; consent.W. Teaching, $16,220.00.Administration the base ballpark, by taking up I phalanx or Joint of the linger of
J. Jones and Roy Roberts vs including interest the
same. Title to the' Apollo (the third or ring finger) Is un
I { Y. A. Harris, traverse of allegations and indebtedness
$7,950.00. said property to be In the town, and" usually long If so It denotes great
of the affidavit for garnishment. Con- the said ball vanity on the
park to be used for recreation purt of the possessor.
r ; You can now buy and pay for a Ford tinued by consent. UNIVERSITY QUARTETTE TO BE purposes. Upon motion it Other thing' being equal, this l Is I

4 i i Car out of your weekly earnings on the Sidney Neu vs J. L. King, assump IN STARKE NEXT WEDNESDAY was ordered that the town acquire favorable sign In the hand, of an artist,
sit, damages $3000. Default entered the without great confidence In oneself
property on the terms as stated.
Ford Weekly Purchase Plan. against defendant for want of plea. Famous Quartette Will Give Musical The ,clerk was instructed to write not much can bti acoompllshl'tl.When' .
Plaintiff to recover $1494.16 for damages Treat at Woman's Club Mr. the line of life and the line
s' R. C.
of the'old
owner, of the head
I are widely separated at
and the costa in the
Thousands of families takin Commercial
are Hotel property to have their
beginnings It Is a mark of aa
lord t G. B. Colson vs J. W. Lewis, as- A musical treat is in store for the the said
i property cleared Impulsive
of this and up and put and egotistical dispositionnot -
I tage new way to buy a sumpsit, damages $400. Plaintiff to people of Starke. Everyone likes to in more sightly and sanitary coftdiition. a bad thing In an artist, If not
will soon be driving their own cars, enjoying recover $170.30, $35 attorney's fees hear young men sing and on Wed carried too far.

p? !J I *. all the benefits and advantages of and the costs in the case. nesday evening, May 16th, the University Reports of the board of bond trustees Finally, to read endeavor and
Seaboard Air Line
Railway Co., Quartette of the Universityof tax collector and treasurer achievement In the hand of the person
nI motor transportation. plaintiff in error, vs F. D. Lang, defendant Florida will give a variad programof received and ordered filed. were of artistic tendencies\ : he or she should
1 in error, appeal from county solos, quartettes and instrumental have a mount of Venus bull of the
judge's court. Consented to be heardin music. This Is the quartette that thumb thatU strong and well de
The Ford Purchase Plan is Bathing suits and
( Weekly amazingly vacation. caps, sport veloped. If this mount la It
traveled over the state last winter strong.
at Shoppe Elite.
; simple. You can enroll with an P. R. Morrison vs Sam Rosenberg, with William Jennings Bryan on his shows grace, beauty, melody in music.dancing .

iy \: initial payment as low as five dollars each assumpsit, damages $300. Not at is campaign in the interest of the student politeness, a desire and kindred to please social tenderness.virtues.

d ..} 1 I week. You add to your first payment .sue.Bradford County Bank vs W. M., versity activities and everywhere building for audienceswere the uni who Harry? have Ford been and daughter, Laura, especially sex.those which attract the opposlte "-

!f ,J as nuch or as little as you feel you can Brown, foreclosure of chattel mortgage. charmed and delighted with thprogram. e of Mr. and Mrs.visiting John Uglow at the, left home (S kr the Wblr' SyndUmt. I....>>>
"' Passed.
: afford. < ,, Monday for their home in North -0.-
'}r t i1'' r Dock Alvarez, plaintiff in error va [ The following program will be presented .,Branch, Mich.
'* a'' Town of Starke, defendant in error, 'at the Woman's Club, beginning _. \ 1/
I) This is in the bank and appeal from --- / ;
money placed mayor's court. Case will promptly at 9 o'clock. Don't for Mr. and Mrs. A. Steinecker, of Ma-

: '..1,; draws interest. In a short! time your deposits be terms.heard by court between regular get the date, time and place. iiillon Ohio, 'are guests of Mr. and
.b l the Florida songsQuartette.Gypsy Mrs. F. L. Turner. Mrs. Steinecker
plus interest paid by the bank Criminal '
t Docket Love SongQuartette.Little lived in Starke
4i will be sufficient to obtain> delivery of State vs II. W. Cooper, indictmentfor Mother of Mine--James Mel- and is remembered twenty-five here as years Miss ago Susie -
forgery and uttering forgery. ton.
the tear. Wylie.
," ': Nolle pressed.! Absent-Quartette. UfaIV

r State vilA. J. Cowart, indictmentfor King of the Winds-Milton Yeata. New

ti Start today and before you realize it you crime against nature. Continued. I Wish 1 Knew (with eccentric also dainty summer dresses sport at and Shoppe dress Elite.hats,

State vs Walter Speed assault with dance-) G. Anderson.
will be driving your own Ford Car.
gyp' intent
to murder.
Continued. Valse Erica, saxophone solo--Jas, Miss Sinah Moore has completed
State vs Benjamin Lewis indict- Melton.
her school term
in St. Johns
) J ment for breaking and entering. Pled The county,
: and has returned to the home of her
a 1 guilty. Sentenced to three years In Asleep in the Deep-Nat Mayo. parents, Mr. and
: Mrs. L. V. Moore.A. .
g J. W. .Andrews; Jr. penitentiary.State Banjo Duet-Yea la-Anderson.
vs Adam Tison, grand lar Night in Venice-Quartette. .. Z. Adkins spent
Wednesday in'alatka
) ceny. Continued. Oh, Song Divine-Milton Yeats. /
Authorized FOJRD Dealer attendin gto
}egal\ !business.
# State vs R. M. Prevail, forgery and Mammy's Little Colored Man- f

lank Starke i i. for uttering forgery. Continued 'on account Quartette. ? Mrs. t.. II. Hill, of,L Wttey, was in
The acting depository
x;; o a* payments of illness of defendant. The Star-James Melton. town; -
made n connection with the Ford Weekly Purchase State 'vs' Curtis .Altaian, breaking Novelty Saw Solo JUilton\, Yeats. Wednesday f I
Plan. and entering. Ordered-placed absentee The '
q docket. on Glory Express (Hallelujah Miss Pejla Whitte... of Raiford,

i -,-StaVII-- Zach Anders and Owen Bound-Quartette.Composing) the quartette are Jas. and were Miss in Starke Abbie Wednesday.Kinlaw, of Alachua, ,

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