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 18, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Starke in Line as Center of Produce '
['h)flicianll Unable to Diagnose :Mai- Shipments Storm Tears a 30 :Mile Path Through :Million have Died-From, Typhus in Estimated That Automobile Manufacturer While the work on State" aid road n
No. 102 is progressing. somewhat
tidy Which Will, Cause Death :Mitchell County Last .'Ive'ears Alone .Hat StiOl\ .,00MH( >0 / 1' ,
slowly on account of heavy Alls and
Tuesday afternoon the Telegraph : ____ ,s 1 i
I I u small force of hands,; work on the
Lenine, premier of "red" Russia, reporter, going to the depot to look II I Colorado, Texas, May 14.-Seven Between 3,000,000 and 4,000,000 I Henry Ford is now the richest man : improved county road la progressing 1' 1
kias resigned himself to death ac- for a text for a write-up, was struck I teen dead and 100 injured were reported persons have died! from typhus in in the world, and his automobile business satisfactorily We have had no opportunity ,
ording to advices from Moscow. The with astonishment over the many late today as a result of the Russia since 1918, Dr. Ludwlk" Rajch- I has more cash on hand than any 'I to view the work on any of '
lOst distinguished physicians of Europe kinds of produce being loaded on the : tornado which tore through Mitchell man, executive officer of the health other corporation existing, according, I the roads except that between Starke
are baffled more by the prem cars and the large quantities. i county south and east of here today. division of the League of Nations, declared to reports filed in MassnchUHPtts.! It and tang Bridge. The Bryson Live } ,
'r's apathy than the strange malady King Strawberry has been compelled The injured are in the hospital, private in an address, in New York city is said that Ford has almost twice I j I Stock Co., of Jacksonville, are the '
hich robbed him of his speech, these to abdicate for the season, and the homes and churches here. Some I after his arrival there from Europe. the fortune!' of John D. Rockefeller. i I contractors for this road, and the .,
\\i of body and mind. reins of government have been takenIn were hurt so seriously their deaths Russia also is being swept by a serious Henry Ford started hit: business on strict Hpocltlnitiona laid down by the + 1

The greatest secrecy is maintained hand by Prince Beans, Duke Spuds i are expected. plague of tropical malaria, he a shoestring. Lust year not profits engineer are fully lived up to, ap. C 4
H to the nature of Lenine's illness. Earl Tomato, Baron Corn Squire Cucumber : The tornado desco/ided, (in Mitchell reported, brought in by troops who I totaled $119,000,000, and the businesshas parently. Workmen are strung out 4
it is known that the left side of his and Dowager Squash. Beans county beUveen four and five o'clock served in Caucasus and Turkestan.The In actual cash, $l&9,00!> ;>,(>S7. Mr. for miles along the road, ditching, 1'' r
lady is paralyzed and that he also and potatoes have been shipped for this morning and caught most of its death rate has run as high as 40 Ford himself is worth fl'll(100.( ( ,- I grading or pulling\ stumps. The
gutters from cataract of the lungs. some time past but tomatoes in any I, victims in bed. It levelled buildings per cent he said! and 0,000,000() cases 000,000 to $750,000,000.Two stumps are pulled by machine whenever wq
The strange disease is said to berused quantity so early in the season was a and left death and injury in its wake have been reported. years ago Henry, Ford refused there are other stumps or trees
: by the bursting of tiny veins novelty. A still\ greater surprise was for thirty miles. Starting south of "Russia has become one huge rcservolr -. to bow to Wall street. At that time to attach the cables to, and no matter -
In the forehead, and it is also report- sweet corn, of, whivh: a good many I West brook it continued for seven of infection since the war," said he needed cash and said so. Wall how big or deep-rooted n stump is ,;
J that the disease is progresnive. crates were shipped. miles through the country and passed Dr. Rajchman, "and, other nations street expected to have the pleasureof it has got to come up.
Truby &: Thomas have started! a just west of Lorainc. sending him homo handed.
With Lenine is his sister !Mary must develop co-operative measures empty No part of the road it as yet fully
||Iyana! 35 years old, peasant. She is tomato packing house In the corrugated Deaths on Isolated Farms to prevent the- westward! sweep of the Hearing this Mr. Ford calmly announced completed, but stretches of it am "
at this bedside constantly and has (iron building near S. R. Johns All the deaths were in more or less epidemic. that he would let Wall street nearly so, and traveler arc Kind to e 1 '
proved a great handicap to the attending wholesale store. There they will buy isolated farms. Due to the distance "The plagues are due to war prisoners alone. lIe reduced the price of his mske use of them. They!' are wide,
[ physicians. all\ the tomatoes offered them at prices !-I between farms and demoralization of carrying infection back and cars, increased factory production to smooth and hard. Provisions for leading '
Lenine's death will have no Immediate they can afford, or growers may wire communication, it was expected forth. The movement of peasants has capacity, and asked his dealers for the water from tho road are
influence on the course of Russia have their fruit sorted, graded, wrapped here it would be many hours. before already carried disease into Poland." immediate payment.In mode, and in nil\ places where the wa- y
fit is said, although several sanguine and packed by them and do their the entire district could be heard Dr. Rajchninn declared that stringent a short time he found himself in
ter might pound up, the> road him a
["whites" see in its approach an opportunity own shipping. But growers are cautioned from. sanitary measures effected thru possession of $125,000,000 in cash, heavy fill. .
for overthrowing the "red" against bringing defective or Citizens of towns near th _storm the health division of the league had which was considerably more than he ,
ule. too green or too ripe fruit. Judging swept area rushed first aid, provisions effecticvly wiped out the spread of needed. I The bridges arc not built by the
from the large acreage of tomatoe3 and relief supplies for the victims. typhus.He contractors, but by a KIUIK hired by
It is admitted that Trotzky, Kame- I the county It is in charge of J. W. ,
planted and the luxuriant appearance 500 Refugees Gathered warned, however, that Greece BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT
neff, Zinovieff nor Stalin can-ever of the plants, Truby &: Thomas will Work of organizing rescue partiesfor and the Near East were "cesspoolsof : Rossvau an experienced bridge builder 1
take Lenine's place. In fact, careful have all\ the fruit they can handle. the storm stricken was almost infection" because of epidemics and I who, by the way, waR one >of the .
observers assert that all of these to- Beans are doing extremely well and completed late this afternoon. Between thatdlaeaae was again spreading rap Tuesday evening the Baptist Sun builders of the county bridge across w +
geather can never fill the boots of tho the St. Johns, at Jacksonville., HU )
large quantities are being shipped. 400 and 500 refugees besides idly. day school carried out a beautiful 14
little Tartar man who shook the entire Irish. potatoes, though not coming in the injured, are here and temporary program!! followed by a social, hour lieutenant is Robert Cone of Stark. j

world. large quantities are very fine in qual- kitchens have been erected to provide MRS. POWELL ENTERTAINED K. that was greatly enjoyed "v all pres The! bridges are substantially built i
Ity. The shipping of cucumbers and them with. food. More are coming In K. KLUR and are supported by .piles of heart +
BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINLast ent.For cypress, driven from ten to. sixteen l iLt
squashes from here in quantities daily. some months punt the school ,
something new, but it is being done.A The devastated district is thickly Mrs. Florence Powell delightfully has been having an airplane contest feet deep and which would make a .
Sunday was all that we looked few strawberries are still being settled for rural territory. At least entertained the K. K. Klub Thursday that'has caused much interest and solid foundation for any load pct on
I for and for. The
prayed worshippers shipped to nearby points. fifty houses were reported destroyed. afternoon at her home on N. Walnut friendly rivalry between the classes them. The brldgp nearest Starke Is ji
I were goodly in number while the Everything brought to,the platformcan Damage to crops could not be esti street. The hall and reception room as the con [spirit of the day was very manifest be sold. Beside Truby &: Thomas mated. The wind tore and twisted lavishly decorated .with. Easter attendance: scholarship and the gain west of Ira AndreuV place.IN .
I from the first the It
service to last.
there are the Starke Business down everything in its path. This lilies and which of new members. This entertainmentwas
( gladiolus, gave an i
was one of the days whose impress Men's Association, N. B. Hull, A. R. city has a population of possibly 2000 added charm to the elegant rooms. to celebrate the close of the con HONOR OF REV. SIMPSON:
abides. Old and bet.
[ young are the Moore, T. S. Williams and several inhabitants. The bridge resulted in !Mrs test and to present the winning class "'- t
[tor for such worship.The game Sunday the 13th Inst- beinthe' )
other buyers. Our progress in the with gifts. Miss Lula Wilson's class ,
services for the coming Lord's way of growing truck has been slow MASH FROM: HOME BREW CLOG. card G. A.table Collins winning and first Mrs.prize E. M.a of girls made the airplane trip In the forty-first anniversary of tho birthday t
I will be at the usual hours. Bible I cover; of Rev. L. B. members ,
Day Simpson,
but we are not standing still. In fact GINC CITY SEWERS made low and shortest time and therefore!' received
I school at 9:15; a. m., where classes for vastly Increased Johns was presentedwith first honor.J. of the Methodist church gave an informal
all\ signs point to a card table numbers and
[all ages are provided. Divine worshipat truck acreage next season. Lewiston, Mont., May 10-City Engineer The honto Mrs. Powell assisted pencils. T. Quigley superintendent of the reception in honor of their!
[ 11:00: when the pastor will present And why not take advantage of our R. P. Lungshore Is having by Misses Lucile, Deal and Ethel Sunday school, directed tho program/ pastor Monday! evening at the club \
the second sermon in the series on opportunities. We can grow something trouble with the home brewers and served walnut brick and and Miss Iris Epperson acted 81 accompanist house. ''
"Endurance." These sermons make a I to sell for cash money the year moonshiners and although he has not home Griffin made cake. cream for the singers. The program The reception was strictly Informal 44' v
I special Appeal to the young folk, a around. We can ship sweet corn until joined the federal or state prohibition Included tho following numbers: and all enjoyed social conversation '
I large number of whom are present at The guests included: Sirs O. L. and slnJllnJlllonA"R of "uuld lang syna"
August, then peppers the entire forces his wrath is great.; Song, Jesus Loves Mt>-Sunbeam
I service. Haynes, Mrs. Edward Burns, Miss El- A quartette composed of Mrs. E. M. .
every summer, then grapes pears persimmons : The sewers in Lewiston are adequate class <
The junior and senior B. Y. P. U. and pecans, then sweet potatoes under ordinary circcmstances.to : ma Robinette, Mrs. J.: E. Corpcning, Instrumental-Miss Ethel Griffin Johns, Miss Hilda Struth, John Powell ; i
[ will meet at 7:00: p. m., and the evening cane and syrup, until strawberries serve the purpose for which they Miss Clara May Durden, of .Tampa, piano; owen Griffin violin.'aiter's and P. D. Carpenter, with Mrs. E. 1
I service at 8.00. The sermon will Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mrs. K.: L. Bigg"! K. ferryman as accompanist, sang,
again come in. But growers can save were constructed, but recently there : \\ drill and song-Miss Isabel
be on "The Man Who Would Not Listen themselves: mAch disappointment if has been dumped enough home brew Mrs. N. Sternberg', Mrs. E.: M. Johns Bullen's class. "My Old Kentucky Horn," "Suwan-
to Ills Wife." This has !Mrs J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- : lido River" and other delightful old
man won
they use care in harvesting productsand mash into the pipes, he declares, to Joint rel.'itation-l\Iartha Brownie,
' for himself an infamous immortality sort out unmarketable specimens dam the :Missouri river. kips, Mrs. G. C. Collins Miss Mabel :1 Wilson (Hayes. 'lodii'H.! Mrs. F. II. Long! sung' as a ,

j through turning a deaf ear to the before> they leave home. The buyers Last week the city engineer's forces Welter, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Miss Hilda Report of airplane contest by Chief solo. tho sweet old song "Wh< n You t

I warning given by his wife; and we : cannot take the chances of allowing had a real job in cleaning out accumulated Struth. Aviator J. M. Brownlee. and I Were Young, Maggie," which. '
j are to discuss the hideous pre-omi- i poor stuff to sell\ the good or to have mash in one of the mulns. Coming in for ten were: Mrs. Bry- Presentati,3 of: !gifts ti,> Miss Wil Is Rev. Simpson's favorite sung. ti "
| nence that is hi* among the sons of: : fruit that will decay in transit and The 'effort was successful but Long. ant Hodges, of Jacksonville; Misses son's class At the close of the program Mr.
! men. The likelihood of men failing spread decay to the sound fruit. Honesty shore believes the trouble will recur, Ethel Griffin and Lucile Deal.W. To !Miss Wilson wait given a prettily Simpson made u speech of thanks and
| to listen, as did this man, is so strong is the only policy that will pay j that we feel the matter deserves theatteitti.en in produce shipments.The offenders. He begs the people who O. W. ANNOUNCEMENT and to each pupil In her dais was. and urged all present to be regular
| of both men and women. showers and warm weather we make home brew to put their ,mnsh handed a book called "Gems of attendants at the church !services ando
; Bring your family, and invite your have had have created ideal growing down the pipes in small lots instead a All Friends'( Camp No. 108: has Thought. work willingly for the church and i
> neighbors and company to the place conditions and all crops look unusually barrel at a time.Longshore made a temporary cut in the entrance Refreshment of brick ice cream Its! advancement.Basket I
j of worship. well. Showers, such as we have says if this appeal is rate to $3.00, which is just one-half : and wafers were served by Miss Bui of Easter: lilies and, daisies, ,
dad, are not common for May, and disregarded the only solution left if. tho regular rate. This Is in view of ten's. class, and daisies and nasturtiums and bowl, of nusturtluuis were used i
PLEASANT YEOMEN PICNIC they will tend to keep the subsoil the laying of storm sewers in all sec- 'tho nation-wide campaign for new were used ns favors. fur decorations in the library and au

moist until the rainy season sets in. tions of the town, or even larger type members commemorating the approaching ditorium.
Last, Friday evening homestead This godsend\ should be taken advantage which he designates as a "hon f1 brew dedication of our great ADDITIONAL SIGNERS FOIl Refreshments of brick ice cream and '
Lodge No. 6419) of Brotherhood of of by putting in as many sweet system." War Memorial Hospital now in process THURSDAY HALF" HOLIDAY cake were served by Mesdames( E. K. t t
American Yeomen gave its first pic potato vines as possible while the surface of erection at San Antonio, Tex., ferryman; W. K.: Mlddleton, G. C. '
nic. .It was held at Sampson lake soil is still moist enough for the COTTON IN BLOOMJ. July 4th, next. This in a free sanatorium Since the last Issue the following Sweat, T. J. GrilHn, J. F. Colley,
I and was largely attended. The main purpose. for tubercular members. The additional business men of Starko Misses, Kate Struth, Emma Rulunutte,
event of the day was a fish fry but D. Stansell, of Starke, who "wns'a W. O. W. l Is one of the greatest fraternal signed the Thursday afternoon 'closing Margaret, Long, Frederica Struth, "'""
there were also speeches, games and STARLING-FUTCH: farm in Columbia county, just' organizations in the U. S. A. agreement; Hazel Mlddleton, Grace Wood and

other amusements. Of members across the Union county line, has, Net assets on Jan. let last, were In G. II. Bennett. !Harriet Ritcb. r
with their families were present Mr. Nathan Starling and Miss Daisy among/ other crops: a 20-acre cotton the amount of $1,943,517.4.1: : The Fred W. Waters.
which fact shows that, though the Futch both of the Lawtey -section field already In bloom. It is short W. O. W. Is founded on the Idea of S. R. Johns. I HIGHLAND! 1
Brotherhpod is of but recent introduction were married by Judge Green at staple, and the seed was put in the brotherhood. It charges only the net A. R. Moore. -
in this section it has already a his office :May 5th. latter part of February. Althoughcold cost for protection.; If it accumulates Highland/ May 11>.-Mrs. W. G.
large membership, and it is confidently Mr. Starling is the son of Mr. Steve snaps have visited us since! then a surplus In excess of the reserve required TEACHER TRAININGDr. ; Crews and son spent several days last 4 4
expected that thin successful picnic Starling who recently moved to Law the cotton plants in tWs leld) : were by state lows, the full amount week with relatives in Plant City.G. .
will cause a vast increase.Of tey from Baker county. He is an Industrious not injured. Proper' fertllitinij and In refunded to its members. A total Bullen has just taken the officers II. Barter, J. It. Tldwell, \ and J.
out 'ef town people who attended and interprisinic young man cultivation have made them/ grow fast of $2,500,000) have already been so refunded and teachers of the liiblu school L. Johnson were visitors to Starko 1''
were Messrs. E. L. Reames of and his his bride is the charming and when the boll wejvl comes ho since 1921. in the Baptist church through the Second Thursday
Jacksonville, and Earl S. Reames, of daughter of Mr. R. H. Futch, and a will be out of a job, a* the cott,>n will:l For information as'to rates, Inquireof book In a series selected, for study J. L. Briggs!/ and J. O. Guess, of .
Gainesville. Both. were highly pleased member of one of the best known be too far advanced.! J. W. Morgan, clerk, or any memo This Is the sort of work that counts Jacksonville, were visitors here Wed -
with the event.MEETING families of our county. -i ber. We also write 20-year Double in the life of the school and church, nesday.E.
The ceremony was witnessed by a CIIRISTIAN CHURCH Indemnity Certificates. 6-18-2t and we are not surprised at the Interest Wilkinson was a business visitor )
OF WOMAN'S: CLUB large number of friends of the contracting and Increasing attendance at the to Starke Thursday.
parties. They will reside at Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Bible NO CONTRACT AWARDEDFOR sessions of the school. Efficiency / A. A. Crews was transacting: business \ j
The Woman's Club held a business Lawtey. school at 10 a. m. BROOKER ROAD counts, and there are always those in Lawtey Thursday
meeting Wednesday afternoon with Rev. W. E. Daughe'rty, the pastor The board of bond trustees of Brad- who are ready to pay the price for G. II. Barker motored to Jacksonville 4
the president, Mrs. N. D. Wain.wrightpresiding SIIEDDMOODYMr. : extends an Invitation to all to attend ford county received bids on the fifteenth such. equipment. A pastor: has. reasonto Saturday and will visit with. relatives .
and Mrs. F. II. Long acting these services. His sermons are short for clearing right of way and be proud of such a staff of workers for about a week. I''
as secretary pro tem. Warren Shedd, of Green Cave and t othe point, without rehashing grading on the Brooker road, from and we are pretty sure this pastor Is W. R. Wimbcrly, of Lovett, arrived {
Reports' various committees for Springs and Miss Pearl Moody, of his subjects. He uses no theological Brooker to the intersection of State Monday for a few days visit with his
the month of April were read also Sheron, Clay county were united in condiments but presents Bible truths Aid Road No. 102. Only one bid was There Is much need of work done brother, II. C. Wimberly. '
'annual reports of committee were marriage by Judge\ Green at seven easily understood just as they are. filed and it was too high. for the at Crosby cemetery, soil it ban been Mrs. B. M. Wimberly, of Jacksonville ,
given. Annual election of officers resulted o'clock Sunday morning.Mr. lie aims to preach simple Christianityand amount allotted to the lateral roads. decided by the U. D. C. that they will was the guest Monday of }[ra.
as follows: Shedd is a rising young business -I is successful. s The only thing left for the board was help with. a general cleaning on Fri. II. C. Wimberly. r rJ.
President, Mr*. N. D. Wainwright.Vice man of Green Cove Springs, at to reject the bid and readvertlse. day, the,25th Inst. Everyone Invited L. Johnson spent Sunday and
president, Mrs. J. H. Ritch. present being/ engaged in the timber NOTICE The board will on the 19th day of to join in the work. Come with well Tuesday with relatives in Jackson

Secretary. Mrs.'F. H. Long. business, his bride is a daughter of June receive bids for this work, as filled baskets and spend the day. Report ville.Mrs.\ r
Treasurer, Mrs. Florence Pdwell. Mr. and Mrs. John Moody who belong I Just a hint to the members of All well as the nil at the Brooker bridge, to Mr*. S. E. Brownlee, chairman Kate Inman of Starke, was ov.

Corresponding/ secretary, Mrs. Ed to' one of the highly respected I Friends Camp No. 138, Starke to be this \fill requiring. about 3,000 yard. of cemetery committee, or to Miss visitor here Sunday.
R. Neff. families of Clay county. She U talented present on the night 'oj, Friday 18th excavation.The Amelia Ray, president U. D. C. Joe Marr, of Lawtey, visited rela
and accomplished.The i lns( (today) el.. you are apt to miss board has the assurance ,f several t!ves. '

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde' Alvarez, of young/ couple WM accompalned something good. bidders being. on hand at the G. M. Inman returned home Sunday -
Jacksonville, spent the week-end with to Starke by a number of friend., and .J. W. )[MORGAN next opening, prepared to snake bids after a business trip to St. Augustine J. L. Peek mad a business trip to

Mrs. M. L Johns at Itin.lleylake. left with all cheer and happiness. Clerk. on the work. and Bunnell. Hawthorne Thursday.



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Starke in Line as Center of Produce I
Rhjsiclans Unable to Diagnose :.Mal Shipments Storm Tears a 30 :Mile Path Through liars (Died From Typhus in '' Estimated That Automobile Manufacturer While the work on 'State aid road ;?'

ady Which Will Cause Death I Mitchell County Last Five Years Alone I'I' Jinx $t>OO.OIHI.ClOOI / ) slowly:No. 102 on is account progressing of heavy somewhat fills and ., :''r!

=- I, Tuesday afternoon the Telegraph: ,r a Biimll force of hands, work on the I .,
Lenine, premier of "red" Russia,' reporter, going to the depot to look Colorado, Texas, !May 14.-Seven Between 3,000,000 and 4,000,000 I I Henry Ford' 1 is now the richest man I II improved county road It progressing I', 1i,
(us resigned himself to death, ac- for' a text for a write-up, was struck teen dead and 100 injured were reported persons have died from typhus in ] in the world 1, and his automobile satisfactorily. We have hud no opportunity '\
ding to advices from Moscow. The with astonishment over the many late today as a result of the Russia since 1918, Dr. Luchvik! Rajch- I iness has more cash on hand than bus-I,' to view the work on any of t..
oat distinguished physicians of Eu- kinds of produce being loaded on the tornado which tore through !Mitchell man, executive officer of the health I other corporation existing, a'cor< I tho roads ercept that between Starke r rand
pc are baffled more by the prem- cars and the large quantities. county, south and east of here today. division of the League of Nations, declared I to reports( filed In \ "" ., ". Long Bridge. The Bryson LiveStock
Jr's apathy than the strange malady King Strawberry has been compelled The injured are in the hospital, pri- in an address in New York city is said that Ford has almost twice'''! Co., of Jacksonville, are the )-
hich robbed him of his speech, thee to abdicate for the season, and the vate homes and churches here. Some after his arrival there from Europe. I the fortune of John D. Rockefeller :. contractors for this road, and the is
of body and mind. reins of government have been takenin were hurt so seriously their deathsare Russia! also is being swept by a serious I I Henry Ford started his business IIn.I strict spocltk-ntions Inid down by the \

[ The greatest secrecy is maintainedto hand by Prince Beans, Duke Spuds, expected.The plague of tropical malaria, he I I a shoestring.; Last year net profits engineer are fully lived\ up to, ap
the nature of Lenine's \illness Earl Tomato, Baron Corn, Squire Cu- tornado descended in Mitchell reported, brought in by troops who :, totaled (110,000,000( and the businesshas : ,parently. Workmen are strung out 5
is known 'that the left side of his cumber and Dowager Squash. Deans county between four and five o'clock served in Caucasus and Turkestan.The i I In actual cash, $159,005,087.: Mr. for miles. along the road, ditching,
xiy is paralyzed and that he also and; potatoes have been shipped for this morning and caught most of its death rate has run as high as 40 I Ford himself is worth from $600,- I' grading! or pulling itumps. The y
Lffers from cataract of th. lungs, some time past, but tomatoes in any victims in bed. It levelled buildingsand per cent, ha sail, and 0,000,000 cases I 000,000 to $750,000,000.Two stumps are pulled, by machine whenever a
fhe strange disease Is said to be quantity so early in the season was a left death and injury in its wake have been reported. : years ago!; Henry Ford refused there are other stumps or trees w
lURed by the bursting of tiny veins novelty. A still greater surprise was for thirty miles. Starting south of "Russii. has become ono huge respr"l to bow to Wall street At that times to attach the cables to, and no mutter ) r
the forehead, and it is also report- sweet corn, of which;; a good many West brook it continued for seven vnir of infection since the war, he needed cash and said so. Wall how big or doep-rnofad) l a stump is 'I '
that the disease Is' progressive.With crates we're shipped. miles through the country and pass Dr. Rajchman, "and other nations street expected to have the (pleasureof it has got to como up. _-
Lenine is his sister, Alary Truby & Thomas have started a ed just west of Loraine. must develop co-operative measure lI'nlInlhim/: homo empty handed. No part of the road H us yet fully 'a
ilyana, 35 years old, peasant. She isit tomato packing house in the corrugated Death on Isolated Farms to prevent the' westward sweep of the U..arlnlthis/: Mr. Ford calmly announced completed, but stretches of it are ) .
his bedside constantly and has iron building near S. R. Johns All the deaths were in more or less epidemic. that he would let Wall .street nearly so, and travelers are glad to } '
wholesale store. There they will buy isolated farms. Due to the distance "The alone He reduced the of his
{roved a great handicap to( the at- plagues' are due to war prisoners price make use of them They are wide,
'nding physicians. all the tomatoes offered them at prices between farms and demoralization of carrying! Infection bhck and ears, increased factory production to smooth and hard. Provisions for leading
they afford, or wire communication it expectedhere forth. of has and asked his dealers; for
Lenine's death will have no immed- can growers may was The movement peasants capacity, the water from tho road are ;
have their fruit sorted graded, It would be hours before immediate
ute influence on the course of Russia, wrapped many already carried disease into Poland. payment. made, and In all places where the water -
said although several and packed by them and do their the entire district could be heard Dr. Rajchuinn declared that stringent In a short time he found himself in
t is sanguine might pound up, tho road has a
whites" see in its approach an op own shipping. But growers are cautioned from. sanitary measures effected thru possession of $125,000,000( in cash, heavy 111.I \ .
portunity for overthrowing the "red" against bringing defective or I Citizens of towns rear thejitorm the health division of the league had which was considerably more than he
Me. too( green or too ripe fruit. Judging i swept area rushed first aid, provisionsand effecticvly wiped out the spread of needed. I The bridges are not built by the
from the large acreage of tomatoes relief supplies for the victims. typhus.He contractors, but by a !gang hired by
It is admitted that Trotzky, Kame I the It is in charge of J. W.
county i'
planted, and the luxuriant appearanceof 500 Refugees Gathered warned, however, that Greece BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT
[icff, ZinoviefF nor Stalin can-ever the plants, Truby & Thomas will Work of organizing rescue partiesfor and the Near East were "cesspoolsof Rossesu, an experienced bridge build,1
take Lenine's place. In fact, careful have all the fruit they can handle. the storm stricken was almost infection" because of epidemics and I er, who, by the way, was one ,of the
bservers assert that all of these to- well and late this Between builders of the county bridge across. i
extremely afternoon. the Sunday
Beans are doing completed thatdisease wan again spreading rap- Tuesday evening Baptist -
eather can never fill the boots of the large quantities are being shipped. 400 and 500 refugees besidesthe idly. school curried out a beautiful the St. Johns, at Jacksonville. Hit 1
little Tartar man who shook the entire not coming in here and followed socialhour lieutenant is Robert Cone, of Starke. J i
Irish potatoes, though injured, are temporary program, by a
world. large quantities, are very fine in qual kitchens have been erected to provide MRS. !POWELL ENTERTAINED K.IK. that was greatly enjoyed by nil pres The bridges are substantially built
ity. The shipping of cucumbers and them with food. More are coming in KLUB and are supported by piles of heart h li
BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN squashes from here in quantities is daily. ent.For some months past the school, cypress, driven from ten to sixteen ,
something new, but it is being done.A The devastated district Is thickly Mrs Florence-Powell delightfully has been having an airplane contest feet deep, and which would, make a .. Wh 1
Last Sunday was all that we lookedor few strawberries are still being settled for rural territory. At least entertained the K. K. Klub Thursday that bus caused much l Interest and solid foundation. for any loud pet on
and prayed for. The worshippersere houses destroyed. between the classes them The bridge nearest Starke is ;
shipped to nearby points. fifty -were reported afternoon at her home on N. Walnut friendly rivalry ,
goodly in number, while the Everything brought to,the platformcan Damage to crops could not be esti- street. The hall and reception room as the conwst includes\ membership, across the Lockwood branch, just
pint of the day was very manifest be sold. Beside Truby & Thomas mated. The wind tore and twisted were' lavishly decorated .with Easter attendance, scholarship and the gain west of Ira Andreu' place.IN .
from the first service to the last. It there are the Starke Business down everything in its path. This ; lilies anti gladiolus which an of new members. This entertainment 1 i
vas one of the days whose impress Men's Association, N. B. Hull, A. R. city has a population of possibly 2000 added charm to the elegant rooms. was to celebrate the close of the con HONOR OF REV. :SIMPSON "
bides. Old and young are the better Moore, T. S. Williams and several inhabitants. The bridge resulted in Mrs. test and, to present the winning class -- v .
for such worship.The in the game Sunday, the 13th InaL being the' ,
other buyers. Our progress G. A. Collins winning first prize, a with gifts. Miss Lain Wilson's classof
services for the coming Lord's way of growing truck has been slow, MASH FROM: HOME BREW CLOG card table cover and Mrs. E. M. girls made the airplane trip In the forty-first anniversary of the birthday -
:>ay will be at the usual hours. Bible but we are not standing still. In fact GING CITY SEWERS Johns made low ;and was presentedwith I .shortest time and therefore received of Rev L. B. Simpson, members! .
school at 9:43 a. m., where classes for all signs point to a vastly increased card table*numbers and pencils. first honor. of the Methodist church: gave an Informal w r
nil ages are provided. Divine worshipt truck acreage next season. I Lewiston, Mont, May 10-City Engineer The hoMtusa, :.Ira. Powell, assistedby I J. T. Quigley, superintendent of the reception! in honor of their
11:00: when the pastor will present And why not take advantage of our: R. P. Longshore is having Misses Lucile Deal and Ethel Sunday school, directed the program, pastor on Monday evening' at the clubhouse a
the second sermon in the series on opportunities. We can grow something trouble with the home brewers and Griffin, served walnut brick cream and and Miss Iris Epperson acted as accompanist 8., ;
"Endurance." These sermons make a to sell for cash money the year I moonshiners and although he has not I home made cake. for the singers. The prog! The reception was strictly informal
I-pccial appeal to the young folk, a around. We can ship sweet corn un- joined the federal or state prohibition ram included the following numbers: and all enjoyed social' conversationand
[large number of whom are present at til August, then peppers the entire forces, his wrath Is great: The guests included: Mrs. O. L. Song, Jesus Loves Me- -Sunbeam I singing songs of "nuM lung syne"A
Haynes, Mrs. Edward Burns, Miss El- of Mrs. E. M '
|every service. summer, then grapes, pears, persimmons The sewers in Lewiston are adequate class I quartette composed
B. Y. P. U. ma Robinette, Mrs. J.: E. Corpening, Johns, Miss Hilda Struth, John Powell
The junior and senior and pecans, then sweet potatoes,, under ordinary circcmstances, Instrumental' -Miss Ethel Griffin,
I will 7:00 and the evening strawberries for which Miss Clara May Durden, of Jampa, and P. D. Carpenter, with Mrs. E. o
meet at : p. m., cane and syrup, until to serve the purpose they piano; owcn Griffin, violin. ,
service at 8.00. The sermon will again come in. But growers can save were constructed, but recently there !Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Waiter's drill and song! -Miss Isabel K. Perrynmn as accompanist, sung,
Ibe Not Lis- mAch if Mrs. N Stcrnberg, Mrs E. It\[. Johns, "My Old Kentucky Home," "Suwun-
on "The Man Who Would themselves disappointment has been dumped enough home brew Bullen's class.
ten to Ills Wife. This man has won they use care in harvesting productsand mash into the pipes, he declares, to Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Joint recitation-Martha Brownlce, nee River" and other delightful old r
kips, Mrs G. C. Collins, Miss Mabel melodies Mrs. F. II. Long sung an a s
[for himself an infamous Immortality sort out unmarketable specimens dam the Missouri! river. Wilson Hayes.
[through turning a deaf ear to the before they leave home. Tho buyers Last week the city engineer's for- Weller, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Miss Hilda Report of airplane contest by Chief solo the sweet old song, "When You
[warning given by his wife; and we cannot take the chances of allowing ces had a real job in cleaning out accumulated Struth. Aviator J. M. Brownlce and. I Were Young, Maggie," which i'
[are'to discuss the hideous preeminence poor< stuff to sell the good or to have mash in one of the mains. Coming in for tea were: Mrs. Bryant Presentation( \ of gifts to Miss Wil Is Itev. Simpson' favorite song
that is his among the sons of fruit that will decay in transit and The effort was successful but Long- Hodges, of Jacksonville\ ; MinesEth..1 son's class. At the close of thu program, Mr
[men. The likelihood of men failing spread decay to the sound fruit. Honesty shore believes the trouble will recur, : Griffin and Lucile D..al.W. I To Miss Wilson was given a pret Simpson made speech of thanks. and
E to listen, as did this man, Is so strong is the only policy that will pay >r he has not been able to locate the tily bound book entitled "Friendhlp" appreciation for the honor shown him sand
[that we feel the matter deserve the in produce shipments.The offenders. lie begs the people who O. W. ANNOUNCEMENT;' and to each pupil in her dais was urged all present to be regular
(attention( of both men and women. showers and warm weather we make home brew to put their mash handed a book called "Gems of attendants. at the! church services and
I Bring your family, and invite your have had have created(.deal growing down the pipes in email lots instead a All Friend Camp No. 138 halt Thouirht." tt> work willingly, for the church and) ;
[neighbors and company to the placeof conditions and all crops look unusually barrel at a time.Longshore made a temporary cut in the entrance Refreshments of brick Ice cream Its adyall<'l'n'll'nt.
[ worship. well. Showers, such as we have says if this appeal is rate to $3.00, which Is just onehalfthe and wafers were served by Miss DulI Baskets of Hunter lilies and daisies. ,
had, are not common for May, and disregarded the only solution left U regular rate.. This is in view of I I len's class, and daisies and nasturtiums and bowls. of nasturtiums. were used
PLEASANT YEOMEN PICNIC::"' they will tend to keep the subsoil the laying of storm sewers in all sec. the nation-wide campaign for new;. were used as favors. for decorations In tho library und aulltorium. 1
moist until the rainy season sets in. tions of the town, or even larger type members commemorating the approaching .
Last. Friday evening Homestead This godsend should be taken advance which he designates as a "horcifj brew dedication of our great ADDITIONAL :.SIGNERS; FOR Refreshments of brick ice cream and .,
[Lodge No. 6419 of Brotherhood of of by putting in as many sweet system." War Memorial Hospital now in process TIlUKSim HALF HOLIDAY cake were served by Mesdames E. K. 4
--- while the Antonio Tex. ferryman; W. I E.; Middleton)) G. C.:
[ American Yeomen gave Its first pic- potato vines as possible sur- of erection at San r
nic. ,It was held at Sampson lake face soil is still moist enough'for the COTTON IN BLOOM July 4th, next. This> is a free sanatorium Since the last issue the following I Sweat, T..1. Griffin, J. F. Colley,
[and was largely attended. The main for tubercular members. The additional' business men of Starke Misses Kate Struth 1 Klma Robinette, t
[ event of the day was a fish fry, but J. D. Stansell of Starke, who owns W. O. W. is one of the greatest fraternal signed the Thursday afternoon 'clos Margaret Long, Frudericn Struth, .r'
| there were also speeches games and STARLING-FUTCH a farm in Columbia county, just organizations in the U. S. A. ing agreement: Hazel Miildleton, Cruse Wood and
( other amusements. Of member 10 across the Union county line, has, Net assets on Jan. 1st, last, were In G. II. Bennett Harriet Bitch
with their families were present, Mr. Nathan Starling and Miss Daisy among other crops, a 20-acre cotton the amount cf $1U, 43,517.45: The Frl'daters..
which fact shows that, though the Futch both of the Lawtey -sectiou field already in bloom. It d is short W. O. W. 1 is founded on the idea of S. R. Johns. HIGHLAND: \ j jI
| Brotherhood is of but recent introduction were married by Judge Green at staple, and the seed was put in tho brotherhood. It charges only the net A. R. !Moore. -
[ in this section, it has already a his office :May 5th. latter part of February. Althoughcold ', pout for protection: If it accumulates Highland, May ID.-Mrs. W. G,
; large membership, and it is confidently Jlr. Starling is the son of Mr Steve snaps have visited us since then, : a surplus in excess of tho reserve required TEACHER TRAININGDr. Crews and son spent several I days last
[ expected that this successful picnic Starling, who recently moved to Law- I the cotton plants in this ield. were by state laws, the full amountIs week with relatives. in !Plant City.G. .
will cause a vast increase. tey from Baker county. He is an Industrious I not injured. Proper fertilizing and refunded to its members. A totalof Bullen has just taken the officers 1[. Barker, J. R. Tidwell and J.
Of out ef town people whq attended and Interprising young man I cultivation have made< thorn grow fast $2,500,000 have already been so refunded and teachers .of the Bible schoolin I. Johnson were visitors to Starko /
[ were Messrs. E. L. Reames, of and his his bride is the charming and when the boll wejwl comes, ho since 1921. the Baptist church through the second Thursday l ,
Jacksonville, and Earl S. Reames, of daughter of Mr. R. H. Futch, and a will he out of a job, at the cott,>n will:! For information as'to rates, inquire book in a series selected for study) J. L. Briggs. and J. O. Guess, of
Gainesville. Both were highly pleas. member of one of the best known be too far advanced. of J. W. Morgan, clerk, or any memo This Is the sort of work that countsin Jacksonville, were visitors here Wed '
' ed with the event.MEETING families of our county. ber. We also write 20-year Double the life of the school and church, nesday. t
The ceremony was witnessed by a CHRISTIAN CHURCH Indemnity Certificates 6-18-21 and we are not surprised at the Interest E. Wilkinson was a business vUitor -
OF WOMAN'S CLUB large number of friends of the con- and Increasing attendance at the to Starke Thursday.
tracting parties. They will reside at Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Bible :NO' CONTRACT AWARDEDFOR sessions of the school. Efficiency A. A. Crews was transacting bust \ t,
The Woman's Club held a business Lawtey. school at 10 a. m. IIROOKER ROAD count, and there are always those ness in Lawtey Thursday.
meeting Wednesday afternoon with Rev. W. E. Daughe'rty, the pastor The board of bond trustees of Bradford who are ready to pay the price for G. II. Barker motored to Jacksonville 4
the president, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright/ SHEDD-MOODY extends an Invitation to all to attend county received bids on the fifteenth such equipment. A pastor has. reason Saturday and will visit with relatives
presiding, and Mrs. F. II. Long acting these services. His sermons are short for clearing right of way and to be proud of such a staff of workersand for about a week. t
as secretary tern. Mr. Warren Shedd, of Green Cove and t othe point, without rehashing grading on the Brooker road, from we are pretty lure this pastor is W, R. Wimberly, of Lovett, arrived R
Reports' various committees for Springs and Miss Pearl Moody, of his subjects. He uses no theological Brooker to the intersection of State Monday for a few days visit with his
the month of April were read, also Sheron, Clay county, were united in condiments, but presents Bible truths Aid Road No.( 102. Only one bid was There Is much need of work doneat brother, H. C. Wimberly. ,, '
annual reports of committee were marriage by Judge\ Green at seven easily understood, just as they are. filed and it was too high for the Crosby cemetery, and it has been Mrs. B. M. Wimberly, of Jackson-
given. Annual election of officers re- o'clock Sunday morning.Mr. He aims to preach simple Christianityand amount allotted to the lateral roads. ,decided by the U. D. C. that they will ville, was the guest Monday of Mrs. 14
sulted as follows: Shedd is a rising young business !- is successful. >, The only thing left for the board was help with a general cleaning on Friday II. C. Wimberly.
President, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.Vice man of Green Cove Springs, at to reject the bid and readvertise. t the,25th Inst. Everyone Invitedto J. L. Johnson. spent Sunday and
president, Mrs. J. H. Ritch. present being engaged In the timber NOTICE The board will on the 19th day of join in the work. Come with well Tuesday with relatives In Jackson.
Secretary,' Mrs.'F. H. Long. business, his bride is a daughter of June receive bids. for this work, as filled baskets and spend the day. Report ville. .
Treasurer, Mrs.. Florence Prfwell. Mr. and Mrs John Moody who belong Just a.hint to the members of All well as the fill at the Brooker bridge, to. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, chairman Mrs. Kate Inman of Starke, was "a>
Corresponding secretary, Mrs. Ed to' one of the highly respected Friends Camp No. 138, Starke to be this fill requiring. about 3,000 yards of cemetery committee, or to Miss visitor here Sunday. ,
R. Neff. families of Clay county. She i is talented present on the night: 'of Friday, 18th excavation.The Amelia Ray, president U. D. C. Joe Mary, of Lawtey, visited relatives. -
and accomplished- insf (today) else you are apt to miss board has the assurance ,f several I .
Mr. and )frs. Clyde Alvarez, of The young couple was accompained something:, !good. bidders being on band at the G. M. Inman returned home Sun-
Jacksonville, spent the week-end with to Starke by a number of friends, and,I .J. W. MORGAN, next opening, prepared .to make bids I, day after a business trip to St. AuIfustine J. L. Peek: made a business trip to

Mrs. H. L. Johns at Klngsley lake. left with all cheer and happiness. Clerk. on the work. and Banned. Hawthorne Thursday. 1l


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i LLiveStateNews i Tullarmsee, jtiayn.-The wife of a : tr
\+ I small town postmaster today startled,.
ii f the hardened joint legislative rolro->
Told by Our Exchanges. mittee investigating reportedouvict(
brutalities in Florida. Presentingfacts
,f t 1)1jl; !! CDJI DumC!: @tliJahn ( s it1!!! rIaIWwwwww!! 1 based on court record Mrs.%

Register of Jasper, Flu., and ,, BRIEFLY TOLD Thelma Franklin, wife of J. K.: Franklin -
i '. t I Finlay Carver, of Okeechobee drank postmaster and stordkeei/er, of!I
I wood olthol night be-fore last from I The violin once belonging to Pag- Glen St. Mary, told the committee !
/ l the effects of which Register died at I anini, the father of violin technique is barbarism was mild in comynrin"ni;:
i t a local hotel and Carver ia Just alive, kept! in the Palazzo del Municipio in with conditions existing at lease' con-i.
with no hopes of recovery. Genoa. The violin is aproduct of the vict camps owned and operated by :i I
muster craft of Jeosph Guuraneriua state Senator T. J. Knabb, and all'':
: O. P. Pool, who belives ha Is from' del Jesu. With three broken strings, I efforts/ to shake her testimony proved ;: ,\
1 I j :Meridian:\ Miss., \was found lying on i iJ it lies In a silk lined box, in a large : in vain. i "
,i : ; 'i' the main street of Miami in a un room, where the sunlight seldom en- Nine knowii deaths within one Sear) .
,' 1 I 1 conscious! state Saturday night last. ters. from among convicts!' leased by :Senator :: '
: Ife was suffering from cuts and brulesel Knabb from Baker county thtee !
and it is thought he was struck There are only l'J338I! veterans of or four from adjoining counties and 1 I
t by an automobile. Ha has suffered almost the Civil War on the pension roll. some more "from goodness knows :1 1n
complete: loss of memory.F. where," caused five committeemen who +|
A :Marion, Ohio, man returningfrom have heard evidence on convict whip-, The n
E. Maxwell! who owns an 80- a visit to the President states ping for the last six weeks to gasp I i I
; + acro patch of watermelons in Altur- that the President doesn't have time to and urge Mrs. Franklin to tell them I
ns, sold a carload: comprising 800 read the newspapers, he is so busy. more. '
C melons, for $1,01\0\> f. o. b. Alturas sta- The President confessed to the caller, Recommend Removal of Thomui
,' tion. Thin is believed to be the top according to his' report, that he takes So accurately did she testify and
I price: thus far received for watermelons the Marion Star to his room at night after J. B. Thomas, state prison supervisor Telegraph I
1 in this section of Florida, this and looks it all over from top to bot- failed to break down her ,
:, year. tom and from first page to the last. testimony in regard to him that thai
4 Then he takes a rule and measures up committee unanimously passed a resolution -]I
9y The deepest sympathy of the community the Advertising. declaring. Thomas unfit to i
V? has been extended toIr.: andY continue in his post as prison super-i I ,
:Mrs James :Mooney, of Grand Ridge, ''I Pulling trains day after day is very visor and requested Governor Hardce I
in the death of their little boy. The hard on locomotives. :More than a to remove him at once. r : I II II II
{ lad in some way was thrown under a fourth of the locomotives in the Senator Knabb sat in the committeeroom
S 4 '5 train and the wheels 'ran over his freight service are either in the "en- directly in front of Mrs. Franklin I
lees, cuttin* them both off. Ho died, gine hospital" or awaiting their turnto as she related results of her personal I
jl yet, 1 after some time suffering with the go there. investigation, and looking" I
f''q, accident. straight at him, she told! the comm- ]
hYli ; Premier Mussolini, of Italy, plans! to Ittee"I have nothing personal against I
;1 y s: Smith, G,, years old, of West excavate and restore the Curia, or Mr. Knabb and what I have to.testify I
Kissimmec, was practically instantly Senate House, of ancient Rome, which is for the sake of humanity, and to
.'1S killed Sunday morning! at 10 o'clock, was burned in 53 D. C. The churchof allow the people of the country to Is of the necessaries
b and his son Joe, 20, had a narrow escape Saint Adriano "stands, on the spot.A know the real truth." I one ,
from death when A. C. L. Train few years ago archaeologists discovered Thomas testified as to why he ; of life for Bradford
fSs ''w No. 27 southbound entering Kingim- of the original beautiful
r t a part : termed the Knabb camp "human .
mee, collided with and crushed an texselated pavement, but :Spanish:: slaughter pen" in an official report County people and that
t' automobile in which the two men monks in control of the church refused tlV., A. :MeRae, commissioner of I ,

were riding!: to allow further excavations. agriculture, and !ns to his declaration this fact is becoming more
that it would be nothing! short of rtiurj j I
i An electrocuted rat which fell into During the calendar year 1922: there der to keep a prisoner at the Knabb : and more recognized all
wiring" at the high presure pump station were 84 earthquakes string enough to "pens," aa! the camps were sometimes ,
; on the lake front at West Palm bo felt by the unaided senses, in var- referred to. He knew of nine or more the time is seen by the
Reach Saturday caused a short circuit ious parts of continental United States deaths but did not conduct a personal -
t and attendant fire which damaged These earthquakes occurred chieflyin Investigation.White I number of new subscribers -
'; the electric pumps to the extent California and in section of the "Looked Like
I a Corpse" I
x of $;))00 and postponed the test central states. Mrs. Franklin told how she discovered constantly added to
'v, '{ scheduled for Saturday, whilh would Paul Revere White, a youth -
j have marked the completion of the while her husband WHIt searching, : hailing from Washington, D. C., and 'our list. Join the proces-
,1 high pressure system. for ammunition for his rifle, the : 1'aunLon.Iass.: ., "looking like a corpse
wife of the postmaster at Granite while he was serving a sentence sion, and find out whatis
tp '. A solid cargo of oyster shells were Falls, Oregon, rushed downstairs and at the Knabb camp, and while
shipped this week from Port St. Joe opened fire on three bandits with her she told thif committee in a grip with going on at home
q for New Orleans, the s'hoonerIon: revolver. The bandits had used one brutal details she switched away from ,
t ;, falcons taking the lot. There werq charge of explosives in an attempt to the White case and told how Warden and abroad
thirty-nine carloads of the shells. It open the post office safe containing n Thomspson, employed by Senator
l y : is understood that the shells are to be large/ amount of money. Before they Knabb, had sliot\ and killed Mary
I used in the manufacture of lime products could place the second charge the Sheffield, a negress, and her daughter -
o' 1 I in Louisiana There are oth- husband appeared on the scene with last Wednesday at one of the convict
; er vessels of the same type due tot his empty rife and they were frightened I camps. Thompson was cut by ,
ra arrive within a few days and will off after firing\ eight shots at the the woman before she was slain and
be loaded with huge quantities of defenders.A is now in a hospital. The Sheffield
shells .
-? woman was to have been used as a
Y t 1, ",-' former director of the Boston- witness before the committee

s ''g Little John Harrison Faulk Jr., Symphony Orchestra, a teacher and The youth White, Mrs. Franklin related
R four-yearold l sun of Mr. and Mr1)! master of almost every musical instrument was rescued from the Knabb .
J. II. Faulk, 1 151 Forbes street Jacksonville died in the poorhouse!' in Fresno, camp by Prison Supervisor Thomas Only $2.00 Per Year
: met ii tragic dath Wednesday California. At one time his own orchestra and Sheriff Joe Jones of Baker coun
afternoon when run over by an was heard with delight by ty. While en route with White to the $1.00 for Six Monthsin
automobile driven by his mother, to thousands at the Panama Pacific Exposition county jail, they met Knabb, who ,
whom he had run for-a !good-bye kiss in San Frunscisco. He was a tried to take the prisoner away from advancer
before she departed) for a drive. The musician of the old school Jon did them, she said. A squally\ scene occurred -
r' little fellow's skull was crushed and, not appeal to him and hit pupils: in front of the post office at
rs? 6 although not Instantly killed died a dwindled until there were none. Glen St. Mary in the presence of the
a few minutes after the accident. witness, during which the senator at-
tempted, she declared to bribe Thomas. -
Two cars of feed were destroyed, .
y I two mules killed, and the large barn Editor Telegraph. She testified as to having written
of of the Adams. Naval Stores Company Thinking that Starke folks would l be White's parents of his condition and
at :Maryavillt, was completely destroyed interested in the city-wide revival to Senator John P. Stokes, chairman of .
4 by fire, which ignited) when be held in Jacksonville in which I the committee, questioned her also I1S
r lightning hit the said. barn. Fortunately am taking part, I am sending this! let- to what the youth told her about the
there in the building ter to Address all letters and remittances to
'p ,, were no men you. fod at the Knabb pen. .
at the time the lightning struck. The huge tent, having a seating capacity Could Not Eut I-'ood
The loss i is. estimated about $2,000. I \ of one thousand people Is situated lie said ho was! served with food .
R. R. Adams, owner of the property I corner of 1st and Liberty streets. h<- could not eat," the witness answered. Bradford County Telegraph
wait in Calhoun county at the time The'tent is said to be the largest ever Often nothing/ but grits and .
+ of the loss, which wad complete.A having been erected in Jacksonville greens were served. He saidIr.: '
r for revival purposes. Through cour- Knnbh instructed the cook not to give Starke, Florida
serious shortage of labor in St. tesy of the city' commission, we are the prisoners any salt, as he kept the ,
Petersburg is anticipated by local con- using seats from the Sunday! taber men there to work and not to be running -
tractors by reason of the general) exodus nacle. The choir is composed l of the off to the ponds for water tl)
: of negroes from the southern members of the choirs of various quench their thirst The /grits were
states to northern manufacturing (...n- churches in the city and special) mus- put in a can and the greens dumped!
ters. The negroes are being! taken ic will be rendered! at each service. on top of them and given to a ne-
a north of high and Evangelist Allen C. Shuler who
on promises \ wages gro. The negro caried it out to the
<' ratio equality. It ia reported that !' will\ do the preaching, Is a man of convicts where they were working
"i + many of them are being stranded on !great power and is well known in and taking his dirty naked hands,
''I} I) the way, and that few reach their Starke and throughout the south. would dig out some and put it on
destination. Recently a special car, Much interest and co-operation! has the plates. I
filled with negroes, left here for Detroit been in evidence in advance of the "Did he make any complaint as to .
: and it is reported that a second meeting\ and great crowd are expected the length of time he had to work ?" "
car is being recruited to leave here to attend. The tent is handy Chairman Stokes asked. "
i this week to get, as the 1st and Walnut car "Yes, he said quit work about an ut 7
9 ,, runs by the door. The song( service
hour after the sun and came home to .
: : Dr. W. H. Pointius, of Chicago. has starts promptly at 7: 13 p. m. supper' and /got up at 4 o'clock in the f
A a :20-acre! tract of Ford, Hook Lima I am in charge of the music, personal morning an.I 1 went to work again."
Beans on his place near Moore Haven, work, and conducting! a "storytelling was the answer.
that is said to be the largest field of hour for the children daily.Dr. "Did be say whethe r he was whipped
these beans ever -planted this sec Shuler joins me in inviting the with the lash?" .
tion. The field is in a Splendid location people of Starke and vicinity to arrange "Yes, with a strap, he could not remember I't
and) conditions point to a'' to attend as many services as how many licks, they were
1S t bumper crop. The past record in this: possible. Come and make yourself hurting him so bad. He estimated fifteen -
t section is ISO( hampers to the acre known to us. or twenty lushes at each whip-
; and they have sold on the northern Hoping this finds you well, I am, ping. I,.
1 markets for f5 per hamper. With Yours very truly, -- --.-
the same success Dr. Pointius will LLOYD L. KINGSt.
The Commonest GO"t
G be In n fair to become the Lima
way Borne 'tL (;
men are Dot only eager gmike
r Bean King of Florida.: There Is an I Lucie Two citrus field meet- devil Ms due but they Insist oradding !;
advantage in this crop as when the : ings held this week, both being well a fat bonus It tr the Lori
; green bean market is over the dry attended by deeply Interested grow. who usually flail! collections poor. ,
bean can be sold the year round. 'era. Results: are gratifying.! Bouitou Put _, :I_ Iii

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flft [ i,
'mis, I'ie Sausage EutiiiK und Labor Situation, Improves I
I II') as llusi.t" (- Bradford
May 111.-1\11') :and! MiW. I1. ,-
,, flashing Samples of Craze Piracy :Sla.Mngi; > and FiRMs tit Sen .. 'M linen Sweeps t.. S. :M. ILirrell were shopping .,
/ > or" :J'i.'uok..r
:Murk! the Runt Traffic ,
?.(sire for "fame" which has Reports from e\cry state in the Union Horace Dupree) was in omIt *. P," .UK.
about many freak endure Piracy and murder lire writing; pages\\ show great improvement in the ) one day last week. r w 1t 4'

e, in Europe during the last pu'turesqpue and violent in the booze labor situation nearly everywhere. A

'iths. is sweeping the United 1 history of America.' No: complete statistic shortage of workers in some classes here Wulter Raborn. visited his d.uJtrhii", ,

'ike, wildfire, and all sorts of I IItunts are available of this growing of labor, including farm hands exists Sunday.Harris

,", are being recorded. 1: .'rinl<' phase, yet thrills surpassing In 23 stall's.. Dames and, wife. were visiting '

tho most prevalent craze: is I I e fiction are found even in a brief: andi i In 21 suites thu unemployed of 11)20) roll at the home of Mrs. A. :M. llai,

the non-stop dance attempts. i casual survey. have been completely I absorbed In Sunday.Mrs. .

,ui has spread so far and wideN I Smugglers pirates "hi-juckers' only four states was general unemployment Blanche Scarborough on ifRIGLEYS
the .
city officials fun men, bootleggers and bandits list last week.
hi,,, ny are banning today found through the figures
Mrs L.
I, 'rdtsfh supply more battle, blood and from state 1 and 1 federal agencies and Brooker Cool wus shopping' over" ir'

.. non-stop dances began in Par- t. tnA color than were ever found between from labor, commercial and l Industrial Saturday ;t
'"11' n a young man set the record the covers of yesterday's dime novels. organizations. Misses Blanche and Fay An I I,11ft and
> I., hours. An Englishman then /. Thirty-four federal dry agents have Increase in Lucille lliurell !Marie Ruluirn l Roy ..pK:;!! give your .
noted ; m 1
wages in stomach
are so a lift. +
''Jar, .; for 15 hours. A French man I AMERICAN TOBACCO CQ been slain .since enforcement not to many states and in so differtrades und Willie Forsyth und Livingston' s +i J
,,,1 K-tl with a 17-hour: record. Miss mention police and other city, countyand ent and ocupatlons many that they Russ motored over to Brookor Sunday ;; Provide the bit of j

41 i ummings dance teacher in a state officers. point to a general trend in that dir evening.Mrs. t{ weeI" la &en.fitiol hr''

n :New York city hall, read the minutes continuocs I piano l piaytnir. A !Many bootleggers and rum runnershowever ( ection. Catherine Wlltt'rltVaot the form. vr

,i" iispatches and began a mara- former record of :2U hours was. held have lost their lives in con- These include, an 11 cent Increase guest of her brother here Saturday. ,
per Help to cleans
, "i 11 it' her own. She danced for 24! by Howard Roth, of Toledo, Ohio.. flicts with the officers of the law, but, to :200,000 parking house em A surprise party wus given to :Mass 1 the teeth and keep cF .

> in- without stopping. Marathon dancers will .uNo step of course the total death rate is unknown ployes, 115 per cent increase to carpenters Luc ill.Harrell, Friday niuht. Many them healthy. j'
mis have since aside and permit Susie llvtnock, of Unlisted games were enjoyed. Those i
1 He.( gone jumping numbers have died a 12 1.2 cents an hour increase present
36 59 72 100 Covode, Pa., to absorb a little lime- of wore Misses Blanche und 1"aylIdreu
'tars, 107 167- poisoned liquor. Whenever and tu common laborers, und a rte
,.ul.! !the end is not yet The mara- light. Susie 22, and employed. al a wherever an unidentified body Is discovered general increase among steel workers. Geneva Hurvell Jewel Connerly, !Marie : vl,

.t ,n dance craze continues and In- domestic in a hotel washed dishes, for the specter of booze hangs all in Chicago and a 12 1-2 cent Ruborn, Lucile Hurrcll Messrs -
31 consecutive hours. No per Malcolm Harrell 1G.: *."i ,iti. contests are now suggested, one helped prominently over th< mystery of the increase to 200,000 worker in the Hayes liarI .
,nI>! 'luring these attempts will be her nor did she use a wi.sh-wushing killing. wiTolen mills of New England.) I ley Andreu, Carroll Atkinson KoycoGainey \'.: ; WHEN: ICK( : BREAKS UP .

nigh" < '10 lower the distance record machine did not stop for one moment's Disaster has overtaken schooners The Val Brown, Buddy und i Livingston
reports also show
general increase
tra i iI'd by the dancers during a corjr rest and sung through the entire motor boats, airplanes and 1.1 in wages in Michigan a" and an- Russ. [ The bigifest gold I rush the world t4 ,

,, i period of time.In I performance. She washed all the : bites smuggling liquor. The Jtonlo-j increase to the building trades metal A birthday dinner was given at the b'lS'r' seen i III predicted by those 4 &

addition to the dance grinds the : dishes used as a banquet with 400 ners are battling with a corps and machinery workers in New, Eng, home of Mr. Connerly !Sunday In hon interested in the discovery, of the precious ,,

ntt.+tanta of this country hold these diners and demurred at resting after keenest and bravest men in the federal land. or of his mother who is eighty-live metal in Ijibrmlor., Thousands w

Championships: staying under wa- her feat.A service and the government usually years old. An abundance of goodies of tense gold i seekers lire waiting only 1 +
or. piano playing beef-steak, ptin- mayor of New York City RobertA comes victorious.. The long the Increases in wages of ranch hands in were spread on u large table in the for the warm wind to shatter the .i

'mike crawfish sausage egg, pie and Van Wyck won a championship coast line is the salvation of the liquor farm Northwest carpenters in Kentucky yard. It was estimated three hundred Canadian ice I fields burring thorn from 1 4

(banana, eating, skating dish washing for eating beefsteak. A Ilobukcn long smuggler for the federal forcesare labor in Iowa and :Minnesota attended. lie( t treasure.Henry .
bricklayers and
ana walking. The dancing craze, the I' shoreman ate 31 mince pies Edward yet too small to keep a watchfuleye and plasterers in Montana it!. liellew of Montreal u
plasterers in Buffalo also
latest, will die of itself, when no Payson Weston walked 1.1KS7! miles in on all of the border lines. shown.In are WATKRMILI.: mining" man und veteran of the Klondike i

inure spectators can be interested to 1,000 consecutive hours. Dan Goldsmith Explosions of stills and barrels and -=.e- gold,\ field" must be credited i with 1

pay the admission. Then a new fad New York City pianist played bottles of boze have caused some addition to these, tne reports Watermill May 11K-Charlie Miller starting tin latest gold stampede.And s I

will, probably spring into being. rug time 48 consecutive hours with- deaths much damage by fire and show skilled laborers getting $t._:5 an and nephew of HoinosusHU, were he wasn't hunting! gold when ht w II'

A unique endurance test was the out missing a note. menaced many lives. Several serious I[ hour und plasterers $1.50 an hour in tl'an..II.tillj.bUIt llt'lI1I here last Sat- found it.Itellew. r i t

recent perambulator race in Englandwhen George. Smith of Utica, New York, fires in some of the larger cities were there St. Louis for,, this the highest class of wage ever paid crduy. hud, signed, a contract with l la
five English mothers set out to raised himself on tiptoe 20,000 times believed either the result of explode Negotiations are J. M. Gootlge; und family were visiting Dutch lumber comapny, to supply

raci from London to Brighton 52 without stopping. Montague Holbein ing stills or the deliberate attempt of York now on in .cw friends in Sampson Sunday them with tiO.OOl) cords of pulpwood o I'

miles pushing perambulators in and Walker winners of the national bootleggers to cover their tracks. City between contractors und l Mrs. Wade Harrell and daughter I Hearing of a I 110,000 acre spruce limit $
which, were their babies. They suffered cycle race in 18'J'J covered 2,733 miles Hundreds of automobiles have been building/ trades for an increase in Lucille of Bradford were visitors to for sale in Lubrudor for only $160.-

greatly from their, exertions I in fiveo days and nights. April f stolen, wrecked and deserted' the wages of plumbers bricklayers plasterers our xcction. Thursday. 000, he obtained the option on it for t

but kept on,, Sirs Lily Groom win- Naples, Italy in 1003! repeated 15- bootleggers' attempts to evade the by $1 ,to carpenters$2 a day. and allied trades Mrs I:. A. Weeks, of Brooker was $_"6,000. I#'

ning the race in 12 hours and 20 min 350 lines of Dante without pausing. law. Reports from only state show here Monday morning Accompanied' by a small party of j

utes. One kind of tournament as yet un- There is no- chivalry nor "honor lower This one is Alva and Ellery Thomas were visiturs experts, ltd lew chartered 11 hip nt

When Bob Wilson, bowler of Cleveland known in this country is the rooster among thieves" spirit among the rum where the wages. of Louisiana to lleilbronn Sunday.: Halifax and Hailed mirth to view tho

0., heard of the dance competitions crowing competition a form of sport pirates. A few weeks ago a battle at been sharply pay cut. common labor has Mr. and !Mrs. J. 1". Turner went! timber tract. Upon arrival Bellew'

he adapted the endurance idea popular in'certain parts of Belgium. sea between a rum ship and a rum pirate The business visitors to Jacksonville Fri- found h<> hud been "stung." The timber i'
shows that in 14
'i'' his own favorite sport and made Every year loud voiced chanticleers was reported from Vineyard Haven the survey...central middle-western statesin day limit was composed' .\ chiefly of rock

> record which he claims entitles him are pitted against one another in that Mass. The conflict was noisy and, southern sections western Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown Were und tundra. +

t II', the non-stop bowling honors. Ha country. enough to be heard on shore. The farm help confronts tHe a tiller shortagein of shopping in Bruoker Saturday after- While leaving the shore with a vision jj ,.

bowled 135 games in 25:> hours averaging Weight-lifting also has its fans and next day eight bodies washed ashore. the soil this spring noon. of his $2it,000: disappearing I IIe!- r l e'

155 a game and lifting a total exponents. A few months ago Ar- The pirates' vessel got away in the In New York Indiana! Kentucky Mrs. H. Thomas wall u visitor to lew was struck with the similarity of es

of 21 1-2 tons of balls during the thur Giroux a constable of Montreal fog but the steamer John Dwight, Illinois und California a shortage H Sturke Friday.J the alluvial soil along Big Brook river t

bowling.In Canada broke the world's. record by loaded with bottled ale, sank after shown in workers to on the F'. Turner and family were the to that along lioimn/.u creek in
the national gallery of limelight raising from the ground four iron her boilers blew ups huge/ building programs. Nine states !guests "of friends in New River Sun- Alaska. *

grabbers a prominent place will have dumbbells whose combined weightwas River pirates afloat in motor boats "i-port! a shortage of skilled laborers i day. The old, prospector. paused! to examine I, 1

to be given to champion eaters. Last 530 pounds. running in and out among the piers in und four of common labor. It with n len.H. There were e d

August II.I B. Chase of New OrleansLa. The lure of the dance marathon, every' city along the Atlantic have : A STATE SENATOR slices Unit glittered., He and hia compunionn v
.. was crowned champion crawfish been responsible for even mote killing : brought u littlo more than 25
gastronomic championships and other COLLIER COUNTY=
rater of the world, after winning over freak contests seems to be wholly one and battles than rum pirates Vftio sail In discussing! the testimony of !Mrs.Tlielnm : pounds of the gravel) home with thun.

mm other contestants by eating five of recogntion and newspaper notori- the 12 mile limit. Ocean liners tied New York Muyi).-Receipt of news Franklin before the legislative The assayers extracted live ounces of d
i bucketfuls 60 in the shells at piers and cargo ships anchored in gold from this gravel. '
pounds ety. Few of the contestants ever receive here today. that the Florida legislature committee investigating! the con- ,Y 1 tIt
>f this species of sea food. I any monetary recognition. harbors are the pirates' prey. ,' had created. a new county and. duct of Senator Knubb Senator W. H was ton. late In the season to return I H

At West Hammond, a Chicago sub- A fatal duel in the Hudson river 'I named it after Barron Collier special Maypoles said: : to the Labrador, I but the follow- M y '

, 'irb. an enterprising promoter put on was the latest of many scrimmages. police commissioner of New York cityin "Her testimony showed and the log year Hellew took a few men Into

i iuusuge eating contest, in which it MANY: KILLED l IN= EXPLOSION\ Previously there was a killing in a !' charge of safety was followed by records will prove the truth of her his confidence und they II nu need, an

i thought all records for consuming New York harbor smuggling plot announcements that beginning immediately testimony, that Senator Knubb him- expedition to Labrador. o

linked grounl meat were broken. John Spark From Air Hammer Said to other when detectives' descended an-I' Collier will spend $10,000-) self pursued a \poor unfortunate, good A river bed and l both bunks were ', 4i'

Bongo put away 27 feet of pork sau- iliure Ignited Gas and Oil From pirates looting a ship at 000 within the next few years In Florida for nothing youth down the high road punned, for some 20 miles up from the

,UI.I'S.' ( five pounds of raw beefsteak Hughes Company McKee Number battle in a Florida port when one rum Went Coast improvements arrested him, shackled his hands, mouth, with the result that fine gold. l{

three eggs four smoked herrings, gang betrayed another to govern- The new county will comprise the took him to the county seat at Guines- wade found while back in un old.\ channel b4

and. one gallon of home brew. One Gusher. ment agents, a pistol fight in which fifty-seven southern townships of the cub and hud him tried before u juryin of the river nuggets were obtained if a

At Grcensburg Pa., a bananaeating 20 men were seized as they boardeda present Leo county. which Mr. Knubb's brother nut us by digging 1

( contest kept the sporting population Corsicana Tex., May9.-Thirteen schooner in New York tray, and a Collier now owns more than a mil- a juror I brought hint back as a con After Itellew staked out seventy

in suspense. George W. Brown men are known to have been killed gun fight when pirates attacked a lion acres of west coast Florida land vict to work in his camp, when the :820 acre claim: for himself und his ,

won by getting away with 31 in the by an explosion of the G. K. Hughes rum runner in a New Jersey port. and is interested in various large youth was nothing more than a simpleton friends, h.. registered 1 them at St. ,i I

record time of ten minutes. Another Development Company's McKie No. 1 Rum ships are heavily armed, and Florida hotel properties; the largest had him whipped! three Union Johns' and, the newspapers !got hold, of ''u' /

hero of the table was Herbert Sibert well 10 miles from here late today. ready to repel any invader but some being at Useppa Island off Fort in one day and that the boy after the the story. 1'repuratioAn for a grand I

15*!, of Knoxville Tenn., who ate 37 There is a possibility that the number times a modern Capt. Kidd comes on Myers. He has spent more than $ 2OIlOWIO ,- third whipping, died." rush have now been completed! 1 i a'.r

soft boiled eggs at one sitting. The of dead will reach 25.: hand with even more powerful armament ( in the last few years in the The man who did this, people of ,

feat inspired another young man of A spark from a hammer an the Death lurks not only at sea, territory now named after him extending Florida, is one of YOUR state sena- I

the flame city to seek fame for him- control valve was being changed at where the first transfer of booze i is railroads and giving the section tors. Thrill ougnt. t'I 1

elf and he consumed 15 cans of pot- the well, ignited the oil and gait from made, but even after the small boats better navigation facilities. One He was elected I by thu voters of a Get the thrift huliit t -tho hroiul thrltt"nblt. Li'

tod ham without, stopping.Leo the gusher.A reach shore. It Is not unusual for project which he has just completed senatorial district and he Is sitting in now ; pnu-llco. It thoughtfully, ; ;
Harman of Houston, Texas is crew of 20 men who came from one smuggler to turn on another with is a deep waterway from Everglade the capitol of your state investel with wntitermt lh,. little tilings ; flnd l the joy

holder of the roller skating record of Mexia this morning have not been deadly aim. And throughout it all which probably will be the seat of the dignity and power of a high olli- that n grow lug l bank" account beings}

the world when he went 50 hour accounted for. The crew was work- the small band of government agents Collier county to the Gulf Mexico, cial of your government and making Invest your HIIVlrut"InC.ly, and profitably 1
rciuemlicr tomorrow forget
without stopping. Another Houston the well when it caught fire. daring and resourpeful are making railroad extensions which will connect :, laws fur you and your. ;
ing near heavy inroads on the ranks of the not today ; Hpeud for the things" that .,
man, T. J. Kennedy Jr., made a new Six bodies charred beyond recognition more the lower west coast with main lines It is inconceivable how a supposedly lust and< find. the Kecret of the broader 'y
world's record of 66 'hours and 22 have been recovered and at least older and experienced rum runners of travel are understood to to be un- Intelligent electorate ever sent. this thrift that Irmken for better living. It t i

five are reported to be lying near the with the battle between Ute opposing der consideration. man to the legislature. It is inconceivable In Ihu only thrift worth wbll<..

ASPIRINSay well. forces apparently about break Collier county now comprises some how, a supposedly tu-'lf-re- I
ing even for both sides. specting senate him to
can permit
badly char- of the wildest of the west coast coun-
Those recovered are so
try. It abounds, in deer, bear panther continue as a member.-Tampa Trib
red that identification is impossible PA IH!T'r-OOlnl.\; N
and other wiltlltame. The land ia fertile une.
"Bayer" and Insist! and two bodies have been located near Mr. G. W. Padgett and Mrs. Mary
in great part and. heavily timber .'
the well. (;Goodman both of Alachua were uni-
ed. The new automobile trail from i
Mr. Simonds who was ted in marriage by Judge Green last
One man a Tampa to Miami wUl run through/ it. A TWICE-TOLD TALE '
derrick floor with his crew, es- Friday
on the 41..
A precedent for naming a Florida I
QiJtlL caped by running. His clothing not Mr. Padgett and his bride have county after fathers of big develop- --

I II being oil soaked, did not ignite. each formerly resided in Bradford ments was set several years ago following Coo news bear repeating:, and

/ Bird said there were between eight county, and have a large circle of the duuth of Henry M. Flakier when It Is cimnnned after' a long

and ten men on the derrick floor at friends here who wish them all hap who greatly (improved the East Coast. lapse of time, even If we hesitated tu I

the time of the fire and that he piness. They will reside at the home Collier many times a millionaire Ida believe It at first hearing, we feel l secure # II )aWe

thought he and Owen were the only of the groom, near Alachua. close friend of the Rockefellers and In accepting| Its truth now Tint

two who escaped. Owen died a short lives across the road from them near following I..rl"lIce of a Starluj ioaa Grind Our Own Lenses
According to an eye witness the Is continued after uutny years.
time later. crew was on the derrick floor chang Tarrytown John D. Rockeffers IIan for officials/ of the developing com- community church near their places at
The ing the control head when suddenly following statement April 12, 1914: 1
pany are making a check of the men which most of the residents including "It ha been some time since I use dloan's Florida. t
there was a flash of fire, followed by
working. One man said that the bod John D. Rockefeller worship. [ Kidney Pills, but this rninod/ 3.
two other flashes, the fire shooting ro
I nl.... you me the name "Bays?" en ies of the dead men were where they over a hundred feet in the air. Iff a helped no what I was having trou- A TONIC '
with ble with bark Doan's cured vOrove's
the blast occurred and my me
piu'kaiw or on tablet you are not Jfttm fell when moment everything within several Tasteless chill Tonic
.. Made of the aoniDlalnt. Others or the family restores
gmmiiu Bayer the well Ore .. of Tin. '
hundred feet of the .well was ignited.All Energy and Vitality by Purifyirif arid + '
l by phyaioiana over tw.>onty-two them for some have. also used them with good results.
impossible to remove The Greeks to the Homeric timeswere
for the trees and Enriching the Blixxl. When feel Its
Jeans and proved\ safe by millions shrubbery aroundthe you ,
familiar with the metal tin. Copper
Colds Headache time. well was saturated with oil and On March 21, 1922, Mr. Austin said: reliitbenlnlllnvllioratinlt, how hIt
Toothache Lumbago The fire started about 3 o'clock the ground was quickly burned clear.A tin and gold were 0".1| liy Its "I repeat all I ever said praising brings color to the cheeks. and howIt
the famous shieldof
phapntu la welding
Earache Rheumatism,, afternoon while hundreds were Doan's KMn y Pills. They cured m. the will then
this great pool of oil near the well also Acbllte Twenty layers of tin were improves appetite\ yuu ,il
Neuralgia Pain, Pain in the vivinity of the well. boiled skyward quickly. Tee well continued la the cuirass of .A nm.moon. No .!- of lam back and kidney disorder appreciate Its true tunic value. a

Accept "Bayer Tablrta of Aspirin"; Word of the tragedy was telephoned to burn and tonight was flowing luMen ti> Un l Is found In the "Ot17. and I" always bar' a good word for Grove's Tasteless cbill Tonic is simply

">ly. Each unbroken piwkage" contain of to Corsicana with urgent call that wide open with the flames dartIng .."." them. Iron and! Quinine suspended In syrup. So f'
directions. Handy boxes ITo Price 60c, at all dealers! Don'tsimply 7
twelve\ Dru doctors medical suppliesand high into the air. Officials of the pleasant' even children like It. The blood t
tableU COAt few cents r- all available ask for a kidney r"m dy-get
RiMa aim sell butttm of 24 and 1IO- ambulances to be rushed to the Hughes Developing Company were Cure a Cold In One DayI Doan's Kidney Pills-the same th1loll' / \ need QUININE to Purify it and IRON U>
Aspirin! i- the trade mark of Barer and injured were the k. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: dead ready ground and had. FosterUllburo Co.
The on stops Austin ,
tUnnfacture. Moooaoutioa/cliJeater ofMtHcyboaoiJ. scene. were fie* th.Cmif t) .nd Head* h. aatl .*frk oAtar gonna by lu Strengthening. lavfgar.auag .
of brought to Corsicana. being: taken to estlnguish the flame. cad. L W. L. wtailunaa e.S ,Dux. YMrt Mfr.., Buffalo.. N. Y. & Effect. {OOc()


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NOT CVRRYIN F."OfITH To CaN: CW *a Ba U.Labe ."
aa' Ida to wvrfedeeUz* and "lair and n wa* I IUC
rat*** or mouse tlsarb QCT t Z 1 at""
Bradford County Telegraph eeoottb far tarn. WHfe a truly food WHIPPING BOSS ;A3 T.1: a:3 .I ''
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:*r. "'rte featf a < e. 1' .Bzn t i s Caw:. xa .;;., b.x :- .

I .. ---- v/rn* tfce ftrMsrrr*. stayped "by a i.an glare be hissed: -
't u' .- -- -" ------ The Bra Toed C oetr T>lem\: ; usa H
.... 'd iiae aDd ,
WB.> -iA.-:. rudiDsr a. 1 know or ear for no *<

,, PoWlsbtd weekly and entered aj -_; -',h&*!. you ssud colt earler fair ezef GiMMBs. I vfs*> :yesfsealld atoning esfctctiai us ru jtft weed'siasUr onE OP LJU.'E OF COfNTT CONVU-T9 I id; /

second ewe matter at the >>oet -.f ... !arty way fcj ttMTr ., tA.sia' latg tO into; the fit *4 Aekeron, ,, that gee* tar all who had anything .. .Nana u be'dg:ra to areas" *tea* .r:! a.a.. '-foamy-: .m 3k'c.Sty : r.Wtl -- I
OBthe Jsa 4.
bust tWrt to do wtti bnariac' 4atreee ... KH& it, i nat \
tttob there dedtee tolp' fi
e ; Florid -. a..n t no sad saost certainly asst of Pea !c re eouatr
office at Starke method taemartbc u. .r. Soar".e
the tilar..abie ynrJ .
state br .4 tar ere[" .
'_:>- ,n the bsybs.4, aasnca wvue- ye.. Olt. "..... ... ,Jw tc- .ad. *' lo..w--r .. .
111 ats:..c'c rtM d ia paatsjusMsn ef poor pre.oQera ....... bre't Ie ....-t rtas ,.. '
i 1J"-.c.t.wry bin-**. Eeda tr pr .a4 e U117 Of''' rk Ttmeto
e. a. MATTHEWS. Edgar and Owser r"- : : AJS he turned and left the aura at *; coc-oct It rant ftnat vt ofd care *: -.' i
4 -" tike rider. ; in certkia canzp .. tae bard rm.- "
asked ;y- Retue'
tae re.a th wtualwn stared after his in ear tarawt tar ; fcr
whole ;>ripal and .er< say eM .: bida.J
SCOT* the srnr. pr Ube rte! v. r
Boo pardon < BROwNLEE
: : priM and sid to himself: W'joder M .
EVERY FRIDAY all, aad says the tame kind QI poz- ..... of C.etr C.; ,o 'ialoe. I It
PCBUF.HED die atattalelt qaiD. Peel! If I'd tboc rht c--
After beariwc what ails Cot,
I Id. :'Unmeet *h ald be. tr and brine conpietely at eew a* to iufleawrrgf he'd get mad. I wouldn't tad aid a be made ... w ALLEa1dAN. C"t.; \
alike. and no dixriminatjca>
the .tra..*... glared and word. Wonder who Gib-Mi u: ? He cf'wealth AI"Ucno'' FOR TX DEED 1
SUBSCRIPTION in favor of the yrineipa : OTICE
d. i t awl a few word in a strange t.lagns.His :moat k ,. ,rant old man diaeoa.? |'I no.bi'fId 'the ., r:>DEs: SKTION (?< '>F THE
or pocttsee. 4oL.IIUL: STATUTES \
,sr Year ..________1.00. mtertucator< dwng&t it WMIit DrAb i The next tmurniay the hotel keeper : the (4n tkat. W E. Krutnvo
brutal lease- beecase. they were Rtt *y arcnc*
i. the word "atimt"" befog piedrdy' found this note from .Msi paeft: !I is .such... lat wit ermfwaua .numbered
and aT mpb I* ur taxe.3
kind wasted .5:; 5:4 -r. OT.
audible t Here tt wa Latin. "Sir Yowt village tad been retromnaeaded "ase.rnV' "' rids. .vd
we : f ftfrn !v-HI wantr "
THK NEWS!'AP tK CODEs I '' right in thMiaeqoaI! pumshtaeat ce.r < .LU4 Jutr .. : .r.bM: ** *d 1
: weil ecikme), uH the maD, Karen where; I I t.'r.iamau bnaa
v Very to nse as a for tbeta. ..... e.eedsutw .a my ..!!Iou and! hsW m.Maesak.e
"if that" the satisfaction yea ytet t could find the absolute. OM baa4n4 and fifty **Btr* Qtl | The editorial bears the ear narks wig ;:a.esI .
) | ; ttm eowttry r":*e Uy mt at WalfluDC'i ':{ Editor Eaters Matthews i& Bradford er .' '. T ua.ee.ied
of the tntau: of r.ewueoar
the old As
nan 1tal subject president .
tM. and formulated,. a evils of r.or.-- J I upon a one of tfe* reprecentatires: : of Bradford a. ".'" eau of tit* iw-hart .ttoeuaea.ta .
11 |:...r tJM old man in tje nvxr., only do : the leterrtfitional AmalgamatedLeagas : _c 'bI'r.
per etfcies. After nature dd hcntjO'ljtU7 '! Q9t7, and M not like "our"man i i-kfUT r'tM-s..a*:r ten font) 'r<_ rat

41 i approved whit tfe j called the!'i, not annoy to*, IrllioM"J the Mrso.trr, i of Shareiperean Conteracenit ,: in the Hone who Lied ap withthe c_... N... :W embraces t."''*: 1)

i and wrct", hi way.He I it devolves. upon me to>> find and ni,i 1 Qdarter "aaoirs of journalism, but exam'jsatwn : fifteen! that voted for rctaioicg:: I cd a.na.wt V AT>.... s.c. *.. Tt .u R .-. I
of trot 4 WJ/Mrit. ikil disdote wa walking. on Ls'aette street! po.e: the Baconian. cypher which cannot I I bocs. Fcr the position 'i, East mna...tiR* :tt ax-no.. -mrn thipping Bovhe.rQr.rtee '
i : mbrace
Xo. I*
into .
Icokint corxhtions. I
afternoon frequently: be tone under disturbing -
one !,
The "canflU" thUI Sosta.ut Sec 3. Tr j
took in : W ftaarter.
single ITT propoMtfcn. '' Repr '$ iiatiTe Renter
his Sh&k* and tallrrrx t? While I took precaution Mr w.., asteasedCLea.
i i&d- j> deal with retfxtosiirflStr l I matter the citizens cf Union: countyshould .
ibjm.*lf.Ah.. Macbeth u she: tre when iearirg. : Boston w make mypoint and I .. Kai4 I erniaeato shed b* red.m.daeowdser FOR SALE BYJ.

yi Iiitr..<*, impartiality fair play, de-I exporr""nt1" the Baconian style! No of destination a secret nevertheless meet in mass convention \ u :la, ... tax deed will iwa. thereon W. ANDREWS Jr.
yii cency: at>d to OB, ovary one of .& i I demand! that be represent the humane .as the :.t* day of Jane. A. D.: IWJ.I SUrk. Fla.Dwtriet .
Ii r'i clerk and poacher hare been known here o's..l and teal this!
i effete lawy : it raoit I *"g'1 my escnatare
i.I fa.i.ted upon in newspaper bCce-s,! |I sentiment of hi* 1Uttu-eZlts end sot the MB CraP of M>r. A. D. 11-it
41 did to could ue such forceful language. and as consequence I have been repeatedly and tater G. W. AU>EBM\N.
and th, most three editors was further embarass his county
Just be I Cart C5,, ,jt Coors Bradford Covn'y Fla. .
lti at "
with R.
Here are some genut.: ) annoyed qoestions byj No Brooklyn. I
also emihawhich with the whipping! : bossgang. By C A. KNIGHT.
{ thtn. They I l
4'rDfJ.uirA iby iici-ag T. L.
I up Bryan'For
1N was going to \begin d aiming! an old men of every color and Cf'm<1ition. Be- j jing 5 Wp"t7 Clerk.salte J. F I'adKvtt.
i sized! .w".rit.J'. t".Ith11Jn. and. seal -a.5.<< the purpoa of holding ,a..
mulatt' met him aM stopped. The accosted: on the streets by perton : / the following manaireni art aiipc.De .
r' r racy, q..Jifkat'II"' if II The state boa! pined mach favorable tnrt No 1Pin.. Hill, : A. B Sr--
bad .ha{ hU eyes in ecitacjr without introduction PCBUCATION
tracker proper ORDER FOR John Hodge.For .
Uch ii the and humane L. Cren.
l tac: destroy tun'ldenle<<: comment for the wise :
aryl read on: night .Late overlooked:!; but, they talk In C-rwt: Coati State of ITorida. EitrhthCimnt. the purpoM of holding ,aic 1
greatest asset. a w'flafAr UD boast i management of prisoners UDd-tr I II Jad : Bradford County, in Cbantwo. the following manatfvra ar .Pr>V'.,
I black. thro in tongue that is aruntelhgible Vanderbilt: F. XIL.
I The .devfl damn thus ; a strange but biatnct No.
c) L aLaM I Superintendent! J. S. Blitch: sincethe En Poi........ L. Connor. S. C. Alvamu
{ ,I Yt these "cannon- of jwma1iam" i|(r" -fuM loon! to me. Moreover, they persist expose: of the ungodly convict CtayataaLGe.Drh For the' purpose of holding sac
that look ?" En addressing me as 'runnelwhich n I the following managers ar appr
drafttd andItmuiny I Where got'lt thou COON I lifcht conditions
tint/ 4eJiberately to .
are the I I I camps bringing Rr M.Lefeadaas UiatHet No. It. Graham : C. F->/

approved. document ever |t "Cannel" said .tb* darky, ")f1rtahi in the idiom of these! barbarians :: never dreamed of by the people the It t-r affidKvft/ appended. to the Reynolds' W. J. Jo toe*.

i f ..trrt i upon and promulgated! by editors : i Kite done V>le meto tell you' be neb- take to mean 'coloceT. As I have a whole nation has pointed the fin er cf ; '>illI"iii'pe..r.f''- ir. the abt-n...imT.d e.o*. that GMrK Ifff \ *For following\the purpo.manajcera of holding are *imeth ppo ,
St -aversion everything military It- ,+> defendant therein named aedret ; ,. nlbronn : N. D. Gin r
No 1
in collaboration. In a certain way I f,..h rwallered, Hopkins land srcut great scorn at our fair state, and the good i iaccompluhed j jI -- tee .Ukt of P>on4a. and conceal.beaa..f District Hetiduh. S. J. Norm n.

t the ba,ie anti fundamental principle j i. no ties an' ain't frwine to pay." taM my proper title being 'doctor (tI I I I I at the State Farm has I II i swrr"4 am i. hat bin prjcat and of M ubp-04-c OTT the cannot age .b oft :, For th* purpo of holding said,

that last 1 had heard nothing, am doctor of classic literature), .. .. .-.,.. it therefore ordered. that tN following raanatrtfr are appAi
Of socceMful I journalism have at I The stranger for the present been ,1''t. w 'i Db-triet No 19. Brwker: J. J. Me
have suffered past endurance. I have std n..*irct o-t..danc b*> and im hereby r- i Andrew. H. P. <,.-n.,,
b*''n put Into definite fvrm, and this ,;I; and read on: I I and it is up to the I..li ovn-ShAdOWed.1 ur-i w wear to the bill of complaint filed 1 V. L. W. KICKLI'n-
which II i ( '
frequently lost ray temper .* < or bfor Monday j the llth ,,
k' & MU r-v
remarkable in more tbe I ,, H. B WIGGINS .
i. slave! deem Florida from .
realty< a step I "Liar aM i day ' i with the dignity of rNIS : 'I Secretary.
v, than for it girt, journalism I not compatible my I I her' by brutes in human <> ; I wil* b* taken as eonft-wed
-ays one, If thoQ *p*'..k' t false with mv1 placed: upon .t a'endhnt. -
interfering "
professions! stan/lirig and combines I Upon the next tree chait thou hang position, besides i i f.erh. Shame on anybody who dare-ai i iI j "h. .. .r.ter ordered that this order "be pubj 'i I SOTICE-
digestion and the proper working of : )1"hnc a .**. for four eon. cutiweeiiB
principles of thr profession to a code alive I! favor other than civilized method i iI. .j in ih.- Bradford County Tetoraph a newPI *- Notice u hereby given to all pen r

t" fJblJ.e.rnK'cr of which; will five it I Till famine ding thee--" my brain cells. j in handling lives in any form.-TbeJ >*r p-afc>ttrxj irj .*id "runty and *tate.fti "t I tenated late of In Ipradford the estate county.of William Flonda. .

,I Itllndlnjf. Indeed the promulgation: I. Thin Will too much for the coloredman "This sir, being the case,under and, meditation the I.J I Johnstown News. I # MaIWS G. w.Clerk ALDPRM\N Clreutt: Court., that Florence I. Florence Powell E. Powell and William cruardiantKa r. t

t/f the "canon of journalism"! may he made tracks while the being impossible By' C. A. KXIGHT. I Jr. will on June 12. 1923. at 10
and 1 Hon. R. A tt
of circumstances, I have. decided to leave :M_ JOHNS.!!' Deputy Cler*. th. mornmv. apply to
evolution jour-
1\ be said to>> mark the good.' What Mr. Kite I C-wnplainant, 5-U-5t-6-S county judge of Bradford county Flo! ;t
walking war Seuttor for
9 rialhm from .vocation to profnni'/n, I My destination I keep<< a secret lest Life tE. the. court hove in Starke. for an >.
thought after he bad heard Colonelt'trek's I ell at private or public Hale all ritth
and to elevate Its members to equal which the annoyances mentioned be repeat I "Young man there ta DMhloc worst and IntermV of Martha Florence Po..'', o.

thoe of other professions answer i is a subject on ed. I have been here only five days, !hall: blab life 03 a low salary" said'tbe NOTICE OP ELECTION'SBy i William C. Powrll. Jr.. minor......heirs. In r' I-c
rank with .dtlent. th> rower vetted 1 la thrfn br at act of raid< William C. Powell 01""" >
I. a is guided by ttblcalClooJ"etxthar.Ce. : history I is but hav./paid you in advance. fOJ two wtiu" man who l- always giTln ad- th* legt'ature J erf Florida of the IS-3 ._ion. the following named real' stag, aitu.,
whose: practise On Walnut street he walt met by a I don't 1rnlJ....' r.-."1-.! the the' bovavnl., c-f public ,"'Ir\KUon of BradfonJuunty Stark Bradford county Florida, towiI ,
tank-: reeks, so I owe you nothing. vlce. )11. e 1. jtnd'*, .hereby; tails election to beheld I All of Ix>tO"ln* and Ten. and ChIt
f'r colored man smelling loudly of H. E. L.DUCrl1R" young roan who )k&..'" a thing,; or two 1 fc* .Iowa;\ tn June _ond. 1125 to .n feet of Lot Seven and Lot Eight
1 1j -- bone. "Wot tow ute elect: tire trtutarc-i and determin the amountof thrr. and three-quarter tt
age, ammonia antI ground C Himself. "1t', no tc'/rt* :b.-.i. I Ih. ,
IJOL'HLKftory : maw. TO w. ajum>ie4' in Block "A" of N. J. Jones addition
j THE fatlize yo' want me it put on *. of holding laid election; clip of StA.k..
f thoro 'lowin-t! manes. are appointed' for FLORENCE Eo POWEI.Guardian -
.*, runnel ?" he asked ,. utrfact l N*> J. Burke: E. S. 'I.;...*.... G. W nf Martha Florence I....,'
of Highbrowh<>> Found >IJ "!> pardon" -.. .\.<,.. -.* D. E. Kniftht.Fo I 1 William C. Powell. Jr.
1( official pill -n' rmrpo-t of holding said oleetion. A. Z. ADKINS.
'4 ltepnae in Slarae After the man had repeated, thestranger Dr. T. Capers( jones, Wray Boys Leave the Farm. I'I' the *o..o"iiiz mantras are appointed for Attorney for Guardian o-)

mused for a minute! and slinger for the Putnam Lumber Co.,, Tbe St. Louis e-Decnotrat teU&

j' E Along/ in the, summer of 1314 (;4,1. then, as If aolillljulzinganlw red : "practiser": of medicine for twenty a wbole lot In a few lion when Itays' I

Starke went to years, expert at makOv out death "Best reason we have beard ye
C. L. Peek tit : away "Anywhere except In this benighted

attend a deep water convention. He I corner of the earth it would be well certificates in such consoling terms why boys leave the farm be pas Is .."pecans.,.." I NOTICE
Cinl..t| fHll: ernnn to
i will embarrass the relatives
J to b. absent for a week: entomoloIfiit. that they not
1 ( was exp<*:U< known. that I am not an >> -

at leant. Yet on the very day after I II ." Then directly to the negro: of the deceased personal friend NOTICE TO BIDDERSSraUd

I fe'tarke'strfevts and "stand-by" of the company's biib will b. rerl .d br In. Ben he appeared on unable to
his departure "My man I am wholly Bond Tm tM. of Bradford County. FlorKi -
1 t ascain. That I.i to the catualobnerver tell you whether fat or lean parasites strap wielder, Capt. Walter Higgin- at th. otfw. of tfc* S. the Florid., until 2 clock p. m.
j but those who looked clone: is bent for your-what did you ca'l botbam, part owner of one of Jun Surk 19. 1922. and .. that time pub help OIMB, *

I, Haw only a utranger who closely' reemblrd them? Cuke? If the cukes have company's stores, where, presumablythe sd. for a nil approriniat.l7 C'OO feM
the colonel, in features, build good digestion perhaps the fat one corn meal and sow belly used to [lone at tlMt north apptnacb to tho SantA Fcrivwr

3t' height, baring and style bf clothing will be best. Rut it la not good man feed the prisoners, were secured. Possibly bridjrc StMXi "at"-. Broobr rH. of ....conialnintf.....1. Plana apprexmeteb may' are packing Tomatoes in Starke. Highest

the stranger wax the aforesaid store also carried bo .....n at the. otfie of tte' county vnriD..
Ja worn. Moreover, ner to>> use such a vulger appellationfor The B<>ar4 ...*.._ cbe debt to reject any

I :. very haughty, In his deportment" those parasite when you mention a line of tinware where a pail could or all b.da.. W. E. TORODE. cash price paid daily. See us before going else

t Colonel Peek i III not. and .who be gotten in which to heat the water TenSrer.tarr.
which them to a total stranger!! one I C. A. FUTCir. Chairman' Pro n.
with which' the company's I 5-i t-6-t:
of the peons
4 The' itrarvr wu a guest ID accustomed to being shown some, I I where.

Commercial Jlotel. In the morrin" consideration." washed down their corn pone and bacon NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
I' will, bo ..vnv.4 by lie Board
T. Jones witnessfor Sealed 1 bda r
Dr. Cabers ,
he could "be wn in immaculate Bradford county Florida ,
I: And It was noted that day of Bond Tru>t of
so In.
back and) forth on the slave driver company in its at the ofT.... of th.. Srcrvtart of th*
!'*4 clothe, walking after day the stranger became more board at Stark Florida, until X o'clock p.
the lawn of the ho ulry. in such e a and haughty.-crawled deeper endeavor to break down the testimonyof .... of Jun. 19. 1923. and at that tim pub- W. E. LEE & CO. Inc.
more miI -
1/j or
for conatrueunir"
who testified/ Itely opened
other witneKTten as
/ ,Jeep study that one might imagine and deeper Into his shell so to speak, I I I proving the following rnada or tetion ofna I
him the ex- to the treatment'to which the slaves'1 ) in Bradford county: Headquarters Plant City Fla.
.einx fumt around a* < v ,
y and many wondered what in the I Road No. 1. Brookrr Vo S.... Aid Road
haunt from hi* brain. Sometime he Colonel I'eek. I were subjected during their detentionin l!. ApproximaUi length. IS.3 ml!**.
with -
was the matter. I itema on which .
of the -
total -
quantity -
Gentle if The -
the hell-hole. reader! you -- -----
with gill -- -- ---- ---- ------- -
,' wan resdinha Hhakellpearlt Near the poslomco he met two men pmw.al..n dalrvd. a:. approximataly! a* .r _____ JI
and pa'ldvd board. He wan a were on a jury, sworn to try the case Ml''" :
t is edges who> Deemed to be entirely care free. rhwrlnir and rubbing 22:. acr '*. I
h X1' I prominent literary roan, no doubt. colonel according to the law and the evidence Enavatlon. 28.000 eo ids.Road ,
home again I
c' "Glad to see you 700 atatlona.
machine rradlnii.
; how much credepce, wound. give
1 you
later In the day he could tc seen on said of them. "When you l0 Inch pip. 100< > tin. ft.
I t streets alwayn one the testimony of Dr. T. Capers Jonei.Eustis 24 Inch pipe. 1ZD Im., ft.Structum. '
the lees! frequented \
let'shave How About
come buck from the postoffice, ai.Oirt ft. board nwaaur YourValuables
Lake Region. S.04O cu. yds.Mimmr .
deeply preocrupied. Nearly everyone ria, aorfacinv material
some carom. and shaping' a.nd.I., ,. curiae.. 2&.-
he m<-t saluted, him a* "colonel" oct >r glared at them andemarked 000 a. ids ,I .
The |
"cunnol and whoever had buHinv{ stranip-r" IS THE WOULD GOING; MAD? I All work to b* don. In accordance. with)
., : t)1). plane and Instruction. v neral proirulnn -
: c with the real Colonel Peek topped ,- >. ..,rel.1 provision.. ....eineationa .andprnpojial \
"IfnHi-emly levity la intolerable tome of and contract of Bradford county.KaoN
"double. Thi Who in going to care us
with hill eertttut !
by *
to confer bid met b* aeeompanivd. a
t and your esoteric term I do not I all ? Dr. Desloges; In Bradford county,
eem.d) to he extrt'melannoyln.c. to when we go crazy check on a bank I
v beverage to C A. Futch. .*crtary. Board
understand. You called the! : mail payable II
th. utranifor. \Ve give below a few '' director of asylums of the department of Bond Tn..t_. for eve per cent of the I II I
I believe. Cadmium I Is a ....ldonAof rood faith and I II
Canada that bid aa
s 1 ouch caned of mistaken identity.On of public health of says .amount. Bnaranr* that if awarded thC. contract I I
lloicani alley ha met a negro metal BO that it may be presumedthat If nothing is done to stop the rapid th* ftiiilder. will ......... th* contract and Klv*

bob what you Invito me to partake increase in mental derangement nearly btind' M required.. ..Ubfdo. .4 1 I
who addreMnrd him thuiily: "Ue The right ia ....r..d to reject any or '
dom of iTunnot be dunned with 'soft drinks the whole civilized world will either Get; one of our safety deposit/ boxes I
wire In all comm' off, 'vu peekypoatae" Plans and .roelll..lIo" may I.eee. at tb I'
jt won't hold no IItnlII'''. Wot I L suppose[ I should feel honored by be insane or on the way to insanity( office, of the buntS. .nlrla**., and coplea of and you can say:
| consideration yet I must decline the apecfflcatUinB may b* obtained from th ,
1 your ; in the next quarter of a century. I2.A4 per copy.Oplea '
th.a at
want m" to do? secretary of board
"Now I down
yo because i' i lay me to sleep
and for two reasons: First, of the' plan may b* obtained from
When Sut Lovfngood was ,I II
'p. Bef pardon,) ? 12.DO each I
( of the board at Bradford Bank
County guards
the ercmary
a !la in the forenoon, second
wall repeated.ll l. | a young steer and having no mate to
The t
Pro Tm. slumber deep
because I never drink with persons C A. FUTCH. Chairman my ,
umlcrtand work him with he himself upi a '"-IItI.H11III't'V
1 don't yoked -
[ I Weriarv
good man,
to whom I have not been properly I : I My valuables are safe, I'm not
a word of what you any, nor do I careMy i with the young thing. The steer ran I concerned:
lodes" Introduced. I I with him and as they went tearing "' =,,"' !!r.iI
advice to IK. to KO to away !
he ,, If house catches Are, theywon't
a'ngry because I my
the stranger
As H
with down the road Sut yelled "here we .
+ The stranger walked. away I "
be burned.
his dignity had been hurt, I
clt.nchlldII"'\ *, leaving the darky won- thought I I come-darn our fool souls-here we "

;; i r dering. "iiears' d Ie funnel acts bery left them, one of the men remarked: come-won't somebody head us?" If General : The small fee we, charge for a j'ea,'..

,1 !, utrangv. Wonder who dat Ml,tah "The colonel sure can mock the highbrows ;I!I we read Dr. Dettlagea aught we get I I rent on a safety deposit box ia a

I I Hade is I he want me to jco to?" Fouracren.. Pretending to drink mistake the Idea that we have all yoked ourselves InsuranceAND : mere trifle compared to the anxiety
for something to ,
.I 0 A little later found the stranger on I carom I up with the wild steer of ner I experienced or the risk you run in
j i h* pretty good. Let's go in his office .
he again And here --won't valuable
a 1 Sandernon, utrect. There was we go leaving your papers lying

y t ( accosted by a darky: I and wait till he returns. somebody please head us ? The Doctor 'I around the house. in your desk draw I

."Cunnel, I want to try for cats in When the much harassed stranger I gays life Is too intense with us. "No er or some other place of insecurity I

du tri-tl Wot's de entered the postofllce a minute later body works or plays or does anything I ( r
de hole under Real Estate0 '
't1 he received the last I straw that broke I Get; one of these boxes where jou
bent bait?' normally these days.., he said. "Whenwe I
i the back of hilt patience. For a man may hate accekv to it at any time during
the question work we work like mad when we
"beg pardon" ,
.G After a i hours In good fire and
I with lonif hair and ragged l, sandy I banking a
play, we play like mad; whatever we
fl vo and said to him: burglar proof vault.
"R-ruta! hissed the angry! man,, whiskers came up do we do-it with all the intensity of a PEEKBURNS I .
v "Colonel, I must decline to permit : ,
and went away In a hut? crazy enthusiasm.

d5 :t "De funnel iho' cnn Jolt' |Nhen hwant that ditch to"be dug toward my pond. People want to fly these days, either i ii f

to, hn, tin, ha!" commented the The fall- without his usual in airplanes or automobiles or "Not too big for small businessnor i

? )t negro "Munt[ be In !good humor when The stranger" further' something We want to )get there in too small for big baaine"

be Joke dat way. Rt't'kln I'll Kliparoun "beg pardon, put a stop to a hurry, although there Is nothing for
He had caught the
? by Doc Alvarea'i an* meet him explanations. uv to do when we get there. And- Your Business. is Cordially. So- |
l agin, an' ax 'him If he meant wood Habitual' Constipation Cured we are getting there-getting to the licited.

In 14 to 31 Day asjlum. Half of us are already aboutto

I J. L. SIMMONS "LAX-fOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- arrive.Gainesville Sun. .
& Son |
with C. L. Peek
4 I'Lt'MllElt AND ELECTRICALCONTRACTOR prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa'Jva" for llabuua' Office:
I President. Vice President. Cashier.
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
GIVEN should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Pile Cur 1I in a to 14 Day 83 I Il1 '
CHEERFULLY Telephone :
4, ESTIMATES to Induce regular action. It Siimu'ate! amih'ffulates. DraMUts r Pnd money If PALO OrVTMENT fan I
Telephone 133-J Very Pleasant toTakje 6m tn r.w. J 11 hint.; .Bnrd,' 9:Md'tid or Prno doe ri ,
a .._ .. ..
"iiut>y r 'oint P and rue can
FLA. butUe. ...... ... a 33M3SUK3C3*.
STARKE, sir ....2 3S.s,.ar I. i'id a.e.s. aaua. P,... '- "n




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=- After n residence of six and a half I month nf April. I consideration and tho same protection family. A good many people have '

years in Starke this good family will State pension claim of Mrs. Serena as the daughter of tho most high. Society seen Incidents suggesting I hat a lot

be L> much missed by their friends Bj'al; presented, and upon motion was haa an Inchoato \interest) In that ; of children fur brought up on about T\ + "'
" I (Q) Bits oi LocalInformation @ approved. working girl's life-both her present this baxis.. -Gainesville News f'' "

Rev W. E. Daugherty\ has boughtthe Bond of R. M. Tracy for justice of and her future. Her health her vir- ,

I former Gaiety Theatre building pence district No. 1, Lawtey, presented tue, her happiness and her honor are I '
on West Call street. He ia having it and approved. put: to tho test every day. She and %

torn down and will use the lumber in Petition received from citizens of her offspring will bo what we milk i rENT-A-WORD

I Concerning Our People, Business and (;. building: a bungalow on his lots on Lnwtey und vicinity asking that the them or permit them to be behind the I

@) Progress in the County and Town.summer Broadway street. placed ribbon counter, at the desk or in the i 1' .

L 'actory.
"Kate: returned on This is but to the 1'1'1'-1 '
Miss Livingston feuid petition laid\ over for further ac- preliminary s' ,
-JII FOR SALE-Two beds of Missionary ;
visitin osition that whilo
t Wednesday from a two tion. we are talking

- tt hats. Shoppe Elite. Dr. E. L. BiKg-i' : was in Jacksonville Tampa with her brother, George C Petition received asking, that th\ about the economic questions thnt strawberry plants. Win. Monden,
I Its M
during this week attending the State ]. Livingston. While away Miss Livingston name of Elizabeth Uryan be placed span) the seas, the railroads that girdle ; Starke. r

II'! s Hilda Struth spent Friday in :Medical Convention. also visited Miami' and Key upon! pauper roll. Upon motion, said the earth and the industries) that WAXTED-Labor. Inquire Lawrence i e 11' c""

rb West. ninko our great industrial system, the Co. Brooklyn Fla':' '
" petition laid over for further action. Development t
Judge R. A. Green spent two days V I. Petition received from citizens of farms that arc the more important of B-4-H. r ,

U SI. Bryan Lawtey merchant last week in Tallahassee on business :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Craham and vicinity asking the! board all industries and the banks that b
>It !ismess in Starke Tuesday. with the legislature. Gainesville Tuesday of make our financial system we must
u. were guests ia recommend the name of Sim Thorn- FOIl SALE-Two Poland-China sows
)Ir. and Mrs. W. L. Wall. Mr. Wilson us to the governor for tha appointment not forget\ the one creature that is to II about one year ..,'.1. E. D. Curd, f
Mi Nelle Hughes spent Monday Col. home from Pen- lio the wife of the present man and '
and hero
3Irs. A. Z. Adkins went to stopped enroute us: constable District No.4, Stem'kc. It'
ksonville." xUiwson Tallahassee Sunday to spend severaldays. sacola where he went to attend hisfather's Graham. Upon motion, the clerk of the mother of the future man. '
Courtesy and kindness toward. the WANTED-23 cross tie choppers- 2 .
funeral. I
this board was instructed to notifythe
!: Davis made a business trip governor of Florida that this working! girl\ in whatever capacity, is !good eypri'H Umber.\ G. C. Lee, a '
a good investment and Is properly be Hampton FIll.| 5-11-21 vl
and ,
Butler Raiford.
'a)> to Lake B. Leviton, of Fargo, Ga., has beenon Friends here of Maj. Horace S. board recommends tho name of Sinn 4 t r A sl
stowed It is investment that
an we
a visit to his son, M. Leviton, and Wilson have received the following Thomas for thu appointment of constable 1 KINGSLEY LAKE-Paul E. Canova 1 s.
Mrs H. O. Brown and children areaka family. invitation: The faculty and graduating District No. -1, Graham. are in duty bound to make. SeIC.reIIPC't cottage for rent. $15 per week.
and our own honor is wrapped r. r
relatives. f
I I City visiting class of the University of Florida In accordance with the advertisement Cash with application.' Peek &
up in the consideration wo give: tho
:Sirs. Vivirette Lewis and D. Ritch request the honor of your presence at of lease of county convicts 1 of b'hin.the.\ ribbon eounh'l'Orlando Burns Stiu-ko' Flu. 5-11-tf .
girl -
J. E. Corpening was a visitor /
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Green motored to Gainesville Tuesday the commencement exercises, May 27 Bradford county to be let to the highest -
Ucksortville Wednesday. Reporter-Star. FOUXIJ-1\vo horse, one! H sorrel'
to 29, 1923. University chapel, and best bidder on May: 7, 1923, I ) '
Inure with white spot. in face and :3 ,4
Gainesville, I said convicts were offered. for lease at
Flan Jo''lIInXlm'nlEn:
Gainesvillemg white fed, one a black Texas mare.
Adkias is in I
ittle Lois e
Will the arty> who found a Indies'wrist 1 public outcry, and no bids being offered -
]< her causin Margaret Adkins. watch last Thursday between. Miss Clara May Durden, who has that were satisfactory to this Owner ran have same by paying for M 'wfeed
Ono of the older women was /giving ) and care and this. notice! Hob 1'' )
the courthouse) and postofllce! please been visiting her slater, Mrs O. L. board and reserving the right in said, few her observation of the *
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman spent Beasley, returned to her home in notice bids it a days ago ,by Surrency, Graham. U
return same to Miss Elma Robinette to reject any and all of modern mothers and chiltll'l.n.Th.l'o !
,'urday' in Jacksonville. at courthouse. and Tampa Friday. Miss Durden was accompanied therefore considered this
receive reward. It was by "SALE { '
I thoughts were suggested by a' FARM FOR :-I offer for attic j
home by her sister, Mrs. board that all bids offered be and. the
of mother and
family consisting a my farm, consisting of !SO acres of
tars E. L. Biggs was a visitor to Dr. W. 9. :Middleton< was in Jack- Eeasley. same are hereby rejected
three children, whose' dointc were notices land, lift\: acres cultivated), square ,
, Kfonville Wednesday.E. | sonville this week Medical The clerk instructed. to advertise
)J. attending the > was on a railroad journey. These frame dwelling! and good. burn;
Association.A The reading cidcle, of the Metho- for)lease of county convicts for }
i| children proved very hard to control.\ I various crop planted. on 35! acres. ,) t5
,', Canova and son, Paul, Jr., are I dist missionary society will meet on year 19!)_3. Saul !lease to be Hold to First, tho mother pacified thou hybU3'Inl Also ono good mule, 1 1,1 I head, of cat-
i south Georgia on a business trip. I son was born to Mr. and :Mrs Monday' afternoon, four o'clock at the the highest and bl.st bidder on Monday But those lasted :
: some oranges tin and, all my farm implements.Prico :
Horace S. Wilson, in Gainesville the home of :Mrs. Ed. R. Neff. After the Juno 4, 1923, in front of thocoulthouse
I only a little while! and they beganto $2,000()()() rush. I'lueo on Knl- ... E Eford
liimcs Lowery, of Lawtey was a Oth inst. study period there will be a social at 12 o'clock noon. get restive. Tho mother broughtout road, .I mile northwest of i 1 1Sttu
hour with music, recitations and re- The resolution offered '
Starke Saturday. following
iinr to I sandwiches. These seemedto
some 'ke. J. E. Normnn, routo 2, bo-c
K. M. Johns busi- freshments. All ladies of the church and unanimously
was attending to passed:
the .
to right
go spot temporarily, I Stnrke.) :: 5.4.4t,1
Mis. Tillis, of '..Waldo is visiting ness in Palatka Wednesday and cordially invited to be present. Whereas, under the present laws of I but their effect was short lived.\ Then .---- ----. t

" i Htivca here i Thursday.I the state of Florida provision is made I the kid. hu.to\ bo allowed 1 to go to '
I Mrs. G. W. II. Carter, who had been for the issuance of county bonds for the water tank, and 1 throw paper cup I CLAY COLIN t'Y NOItMAi MHIOOI, 4'

\liwKate Struth U in Plant City i I W. 1!. Parks has been, in Jacksonville visiting her son, 1: t. D. Carter, has the purpoKe of constructing paved and slop water over that part of the ,, Tho Clay County Normal Srhool, .

. mug, her sister, Mrs. Sid Juhnson. this week attending the medical returned to her home at Webster. She macadamized. or other hard surface car. I''I for Teachers will open :May[ 1st at '

I convention was accompanied by her daughter highways or erecting a courthouse! or Soon they }became querulous\ again, I., Green' Cove !Springs': and! continuo for. ( { ,

>!um Flood, of Gainesville win here I Mrs.' EfTle Johns. The latter will bea jail or other public buildings and and the mother bought Homo bananas. eight weeks.' Thcmo wishing to pro- I {

, 'i-, week. I Mrs. II. D. May, who has been t guest of her sister Mrs. Raymond funding the outstanding indebtednessof These lasted, a few minutes, anti then i porn fur first, Etecond oil third grade\ !. '

I I guest at the home of Dr. and "Mrs. Stricklund for several weeks, after the county, or for any such pur- the kids began to clamor for candy, rertiliciiteH will do well to take tho t,

in Jack- I iW. E. Middleton, left Thursday for which she will go to Orlando to visit poses, and, and that was given thorn. When they course. Tim program will bo no arranged -
)I. spent
mille, Wyman business. I her home in Alachua county. her niece, :Mrs..1. S. Culbreth. W)ieieas, under the present laws of finally arrived at their destination, that any ono wishing/ to do MO P ; ''

- on the state of Florida, before the issuance tho children were at the limit of patience muy review on all subjects. r
:Mrs. J. R. Davis spent the weekend Goon SPORTSMANSHIP of such bonds the board of coun- their clothes covered This I'Ipt'e1I1term' \ for touchers Is) t' +
of Jacksonville, ,
Proto L. P.
Pryor, ; in Palatka visiting her brother, ty commissioners is required to cull with fruit juices and pl'rhllpflruin'cI, provided for and under the control of
spent Wednesday II. :'1. deMontmollin. Scout Troop 3 of Gainesville\ invaded an election at which the question shall\ and. their sent was reduced to the condition I the county board of public Ins' ruc.I i
our city Wednesday to take on the be submitted to the legal voters of tion.
of It would
of Luke But n hog pen. seem I
;Senator; J. B. Crews Misses' Hilda Lewis and Stella local boys for a ball game. Starkewon the county: whether such bonds shall\ likely that the children needed the attention The tuition to students. from other t
ler, had business in Starke Thursday. I Rhodes: who Rave been visiting "MM. the game !handily but when it be issued, and, of u physician beforu morning counties will be very moderate.. t'

I I J. C. Robinson, left, Sunday for their came to sportsmanshipGainesville Whereas, the freeholders and taxpayers as the result of overeating I I You will enjoy it term with us. ;
bath-le: home in Jasper. played an errorless game: and the of the respective counties "I think this shows the results," Come. J. N. OVEimULTZ. t 4j4.20it" t

edge on the home team. Not a complaint wherein such bonds are issued are said the woman who told tilt! incident, : Principal.

:Mr. and :\lrs. A. Steinecker, who on decisions was heard nor was the persons aT4Tparticti!'!'! who pay said "of the loose ways of modern family

I'uoeneatthews; returned Wed- have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. there,any razzing or hooting of mis- bonds and the interest thereupon, government. My mother In such u Fort I'Kopi.Kiio) MKK I DKI.ICI-:

:i n-day from a visit to Tallahassee. L. Turner, have returned to their plays from the visitor's bench. Starko Now, therefore, be It resolved, By position, would havo told 1 mu! and my ors :\111'I : -1'

I home in Mamllon. Ohio. 1 was shown u lesson in scoutcraft and the board of county commissioners of brothers that must behave. Wo I
1 Kmmttt; Kelly spent several days I, sportmnnship that reflected great Bradford county, Florida, that said were so used\ to obedient" in our : For Sale at 25c per pound iF '

this: week in St. Augustine.Miss I K. K. Perryman left Tuesday for I credit on troop 3 of our neighboring; board recommend that the presentlaw homes that we would! have kept ut ; RubhilM from 2 to t pounds 5, i
his and its Scoutmaster, Mr. J. E. of the of Florida rela- Young |
Galveston, Texas, to resume po- city said state those children
least But
fairly quiet. (Just the right sire fur frying/ ). 21) 4i ,
: Evelyn Demaree, of Guines.ilU sition as pitcher for the Texas League Waugh. tine to the issuance of bonds as afore- had never been taught to mind. They cent hotter t
,. is visiting :Mrs. Vivirette Lewis. famous ball player. When these teams play a return said, be amended to provide that here knew instinctively that they cmibl get per rent cheaper, per
and 20() rent more nutritious than t i
Gainesville it is predictedthat per Yr
game in after that at any and all elections their way by being troublesome, and.\
:Miss\ Madge Middleton ia the guest I Gild quickly relieves Constipation, Starke will win at baseball and called, ut which the question of bonding so they got! whatever their fancy culled chinks r I

this week of Miss :Marguerite Shriv- Biliousness, Headaches, Colds and La- that the best Gainesville can hope for the county is submitted, that only for." ose.1tS de \'ICVEKKKiiHt ( Vq7.

er! of Brooker.J. I grippe. 5-l-'Ot. is an even break In sportsmanship duly qualified electors, who are freeholders Is' this a fair picture of tho modern of Ih("- IlIlrk-HT\UI\I'; f '
of such county, shall be entitled

E. Corpening left Tuesday for II, Mrs.[ L. G. Powell and little son returned PKESHYTEUIAN[ to vote in such election, and -- '

Marion S. C. on account of the illness ; home last week from a visit said board earnestly request the senator mmmDUJIQtJL1aJmCJ1J'1L'IImant1Wll1'1C! :! < N1C!:C110QlllhrllOPldle3QtJImfL3C: ; ; 7
of his mother. I with relatives In Savannah, Ga., and Paradoxes of PrayerHe and representatives of the county W. Ell-ry DIVII tSTAIUISHED 1HH6 R.. .nn J, I)..,. i

I Tillman, S. C. asked for a stone and God gave of Bradford and state of Florida, to '' "'

C. L, Hodges has been in Macclen- I him,bread. vote for and use their best efforts to GENERAL: INSURANCE $aFIIti

for the three weeks manag- Mrs. Ed: R. NefF and children, Margaret lIe asked for riches that he might I secure the passage, of such anximend-.

ny past sale in his store there. and Ed Jr., spent Wednesdayin achieve; God made him weak that he' ment to the said laws of the state of ... ; AUTOMOBILE t_
ing a special
I Jacksonville\ with :Mrs. John D. might obey. Florida at the present session' of the LIFE TORNADO V

N-eT.( He asked for riches that he might legislature of said state. ACCIDENT PLATE GI.ASSHEALTH
Little :Miss Hazel Adkins spent the 'j 5
with her be happy; God gave him poverty that Adopted by the board of county I I RAIN j jof
of the week in Lawtey
Miss Sinah Moore[ has returned he might be wise. commisisoners of Bradford county, r
Edwards. Bontt Ot..
grandmother Mrs. M. E. Every iplion
\ home after spending several days fh He asked for strength that he Florida, in open session, this Ith day

:Mrs. J. C. Hoover had as a weekend Jacksonville and St. Augustine with might do greater things; God gave. of :May, A. IV. 1923.( /> J. R. DAVIS & CO. STARKE, FLA. ... : 1 4
friend and relatives. him infirmity that he might do better G. W. ALDERMAN: 2'
guest, her father, Dr. Chace, of things. Clerk and Auditor. ;JSN/ ,,\\mtllmtJJmmlllarulUl1mmt."JCIDIWIDlUIIOOICJ'QClClrJmmnDCDI!! !( >>
Jacksonville.Mr. Misses Wilma Alexander and Mar' He asked for power that he might Vr- l ',

gie Houser, Messrs.' Lee Clayton and have the praise of men; God sent him THE GIRL; AT TILE (OUNTKlt: '
Daniel, r'f
and Mrs. Robert
visitorsto weakness that he might feel the need
visitorsof Carl Flock, of Hampton, were >
Jacksonville, were week-end Starke Wednesday.Mis. of God. Have you ever thought of the /girl :
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards. He asked for all things that he at the ribbon counter? Well, sh..,. I Ia is j ti ;

: W. J. Grant and son, Haynes might enjoy life; God gave him life part of the economic system of tnm, ,i, .fLiTTi-i| I You may look upon the "puny 1 f fF
W.1.: Wainwright was a guest on Grant of Jacksonville, are here visiting eternal that he might", enjoy. all things city as much as the'man who stands ssseurs.rr. pvnny" with comli-itcennjon ; 11 r' ,
Sunday of his parents, :Mr. anilrs.: .TOjSwiViN'l maybe with disdain; but tii. ,
at the home of her brother, Dr. He received nothing that he asked behind the counter counting out the
N. D. 11 f when that "penny" hecemrs r hY
Wainwright. O. L. Haynes. for; yt much myre than hv hoped for. dollars. f the power bt accumulated pennies, (' '
His prayers were answered I; he was The girl behind tho ribbon counter ., {' YOU will look L'l* to II a* "liOI.LAU 1 !

Jay Brown, of Plant City, was a 'V. J. Epperson, Jr., who is employed most blessed.-:Missionary. may onlg be getting $15 a week, but t I'OWKK." i iT
N. B.
recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. by the S. A. L. Railway has 1 Subject, "The Good Thing to Come." she is endowed with thq same hopes f

Hull. been visiting his parents, :Mr. and I Sunday school at 10 a. m. and ambitions as your daughter who 1UCN Alf Itju

Mrs.: W. J. Epperson. I Preaching service(. 11 a. m., and 8 is at the piano or in some boarding ) ulv' r
6G6 cures Malaria, Chills p. m. I school. In other words, she is human ,

-Dengue or Bilious Fever. It destroys It anyone found a ladies black um- Always a cordial invitation for the and has ajl the desires, the virtues J ,

the germs. 3-4-20t. brella with ivory handle in postofflce putflic to attend our services.T. and weaknesses to which girls are r

Wednesday, please return to :Miss El- J. HEDGES, heir. She loves pretty dresses, pretty o
Miss Bertha Moore of Jacksonvillespent Robinette at court he use and re- v Minister. ornaments and decorations. She enjoys
Sunday with her parents Mr. ma reward. Its the theatre her bun bong and.
ceive tiliac iliac
and :Mrs. L. V. Moore. MINUTES- OK COMMISSIONERS her sodas just an the girl whole father There i is n Biblical quotation which saya-"despiso y

first Frank Carpenter left Tuesday for MAY MEETING makes her a weekly allowance far not the day of small things." In other words take 1

II. :M. Snyder went to Atlanta Winston-Salem, N. C., accompaniedby beyond this girl's pay envelope. The notice of the manifold value of small savings. M'

of the week to attend the hardware his grandmother, :Mrs. Lucy; Pow- The board of county commissionersof same God gave her a beautiful form really, it la the CONSTANT' SAVING OF SMALL: 4 s4

dealers association.Mr. ell. They will spend the summer Bradford county, Florida, met In and a charming: face and painted the AMOUNTS that finally AMOUNTS: to something.

there and return to Starke in the falL regular session Monday, May 7, 1923, rose on her cheeks that adorned your Practice the art of SAVING and deposit those $ I +
: and Mrt.. ,J. W. Andrews, Jr., with all members prtTTTit: all follows: daughter\ with beauty and comeliness. savings regularly at this Bank, where interest .

attended the Ford dealers associationin Col. D. E. Knight, member of the J. M. Brownlee, chairman, Louis H. Iler smile that Is as refreshing as constantly "boosts": ) your account keeps it i

Jacksonville Thursday. state .senate, will be In Starke Satur- Hill, S. J. Prescott James Reynoldsand April sunshine, and her sparkling "thrifty" and t >n.ttant: encouragement for you .
week and those having H. P. Gainey. eyes that are like the stars in a clear
M day of this! to increase thu -mount of your deposits.JlA.l'liK .
:Mra.. Edward Burns and :Mrs. J. business with him will find him at his Minutes of last meeting" read and heaven are but a part of that divinity

Mitchell spent Monday in Jackson office. approved. that the Creator enthroned in Hid

)Jr. and Mrs. F. L. Turner and Mrs.: Upon motion the name of J. H. Wilson most refined creation. Of' STAKKE

ville.Tutt's :Mamia Garris and l little daughter dropped from pauper roll. The girt behind: the ribbon counter The liiink. of Helpful Service
Pills Lillian, motored to Palatka St. Au- O. 'V. Thomas being: reported dead, In one of host girl whom the world '

gustine and Jacksonville for the week his name ordered dropped from pauper know as the "working ,girl." She lit! STAUKE, FLA.

Th flntGOOD.... ........... th. ....) ... end. roll and $7.50 appropriated: for to be one of the wives, one of the
ei.i.e. _.tNIIa.. ...UJ. r.s 1.d.e bJ>w l expense mothers of thin land where all are t t,1e

......... tIi..od..___lad-lac E. R Poppell and family moved on Upon motion J. G. Williams was alf "born free and equal. She ii entit- t

tn his home in Lake Butler. f wed $3 add.tIor.al a*, pauper for led to the same courtesy the same. '1
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vI't vI'ty flower to another and in this way commissioners set the fence line at Jacksonville( Friday.A. .

----..-.....-. --------l they have earned the right to be 25 feet each way from the center of H. Harley, of Louise spent -

r called "marriage priests." i Extracts from an Address :Made By the road, giving a fifty foot right of day with his family.

With The Bradford In speaking of th 'relatlon of the Karl Lehman at State Horticultural way. The people were notified Misses Lena Frigo and Louise 1 h

hoe to the farm and truck field, Frank I :Meeting. through the press some months ago of Jacksonville, spent Saturday ,

{ Stirling of the State Plant Board during that time some forty-five milesof Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Don .

County Farmers ( says: "The bee goes well with fruit Florida was convinced long ago on fences have bean set back to this Frigo.

I lor vegetable growing Many Florida the value of good roads but we are line and new fences set where the Arthur Griflla returned to Taut
I citrus and truck men are realizing should be. Many have replaced Saturday after spending a few
f f. ..... ....................._ i just awakening to a realization of owners 01 t>
......................................-.- ; how much the bee helps them. Thin the possibility! of beautifying our old fences with new and attrac- here with his parents, Mr. and' M 1

t 'JI' 'help is of two kinds: first, the bee highways. This is naturall! our next tive ones, some have painted the Enoch Grillis.
h makes honey to be eaten and sold; fences white and at least one has W. II. Burt, of Hawthorne, v., '

I .I t t KIR.U. COMMON: SKNSK: : I'' every be helpful 100 pounds in several of mush.ways This, one will of second, it makes cross pollination pos- step.This great state of ours has many used more colors. friends here Friday.

sible where it is not natural. Fourth. A of tree planting
I '1' birds wonderful assets. Our citrus fruits program Mrs. Irene Baker, of Jackson\
which is the in condition
by keeping
:t (. ;, Cultivation :Not Si. :NecesniiryVhen through the sorehead "There are many other blossoming are the juiciest and finest raisedin the / is what we need in all parts of spent Sunday here with her faun,

q '" The Hiiins Come Every I>a'n.' I to pas and safely. The plants; such as, the Partridge pea, world, our vegetable and berry pro- our state. It would be a simple) and E. W. Rho en.

1- less for Such Crops 11M Tobacco or period middle more of !May quickly is the time to begin common palmetto, gall-berry, honeysuckle ducts cannot be surpassed, our phos- inexpensive thing for us in Floridato Rev. Louis Donnerly, of Stun,

i t) 1 '! 'huck.f. this treatment. Feed this medicated and etc.; which grow in tho phate, lumber and fish mean much to set 10,000 fine trees a year for the was a visitor here Sunday.
citrus and trucking regions (as well| us, but greater than these are three next ten years along our main high-
I mush to all the I poultry that have Melvin and Lonnie Prescott,
Johnson as the general farming regions) and tremendous which and a of that sort
+ (By Spuds ) never had sorehead. Chicks that had : assets we sometimes ways program Highland, were in town Friday aft.
el I Somebody united me lust week to which add to the sources of honey forget: Our boys and girls would transform many sections of our :
it last will not be subject to i it noon.
t ;t { tell ubout spring and summer cultivation. this or year next year. I visited and drawn upon by the bees. growing/ into strong men and women, state in a few years. By a little con i Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and children.

t Well, I did it, and, blast the But cultivated crops furnish much of, our matchless climate and the natu- crete effort we could plant 10,000 good Jacksonville spending few
y J 'If, in this flock to which you are are a d it.
luck, it haH mined Just about everyday giving sulphur a case of sorehead, appears the nectar used in honey making. An ral beauty of this great state in trees a year for ten years and then 1 here with relatives.E. .
instance is: as much as 200 pounds would have something of whichwe
dime. !New I've not to coma which we live. we .
I : add 2 pounds of sulphur tD B. Wells was a business visit
along/ and bother you again/ by telling 100 pounds of mash. Sulphur of cucumber honey has been made by It has been said that if we wouldn'traise could be proud. to Starke Wednesday.
ubout what to do when the ground very one colony of bees during a cucumber an orange, a tangerine nor a Fifth. v While we must plant trees
s should be given all summsr, at least \Mr.\ and Mra. L. A. Marr and chdren -
season and the cucumber crop was Increased tens and hundreds of thousands of
grapefruit If couldn't
is wet. : we
produce -
I potatoes visitors to
for 100 days after beginning in !May were Manning Sn
My policy is not to plow when the "When sorehead apply by the pollination. tomatoes, cabbage, beans, cu- them, we can also do a good work in

F ground is wet. This hold true, particularly carbolated vaseline on appears the warts or; "Honey bees are responsible for Increased cumbers and strawberries, if our soil supplementing these planting with- day.A beautiful Mothers'\ Day progrni! ,

for heavy, stiff soils, both production of certain crops would produce nothing our land would certain shrubbery and flowers. Ole-
I. ulcers about the head. Talk with your was rendered' Sunday evening/ at th
z'' n f us to breaking land and to cultivating county or home demonstration agent r it appear that many plants can- still be worth $1000 an acre just for I anders, periwinkles, star jasmine, Methodist church by the Epwortt.
i crops. In the case of light, sandy I about It." not produce best, if at all, without the wonderful climate that exists' Cherokee and macartney roses and League.

lands it does no patricular harm to some means of cross-pollination. above it. I II many others are available
1 Rev. W. I. Powell, who has! been
i. break or cultivate it, providing the :Nothing- !is better than the bee for This splendid climate and the natural
the month the
'I spending/ past on
sritiM A BUSY TIME BUT is TilE
land is not soggy/ with water. this purpose. However, the impression beauty of Florida draws to Flor- LAWTEY
Coast with relatives is
expected t
By "wet" soils I do not mean soils should not be obtained that cross ida tens of thousands of visitors ev return home some time this week, and

Ii' that have merely been rained on. If pollination is necessary in the case ery year, coming/ from every sectionof Lawtey, May 19.-Mr. and Mrs. J. the regular preaching services will >1)
/ &
r is time in Florida.
Spring busy
it rains! every day, it does little (good u of citrus. It has been pretty well established America and the world. Such men C. Adkins and children, of Gaines- held Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Much truck and haveto
if any, to cultivate, as far as conserving grove produce that citrus flowers are self as Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Roger ville, spent Sunday here with Mrs Tho special school election whirr
be harvested and shipped and that "
"i the moisture goes. Cul'ivut- pollinated. Babson, Williiam Jennings Bryan, M. E. Edwards.
held here resulted ,
; is the season when nearlly all was Saturday, a1
ing under such conditons to kill crops John D. Rockefeller, Warren G. Mrs. W. II. Miner\ visited relativesin follows
weeds is useless unless they require most cultivation. It has been EXTRACTS) FROM REPORTS OF Harding, whose wealth and Starke :
r kti or (miss said that farmers do position Wednesday I For trustees, T. L. Wainwright, .C-;
buried well. / COUNTY.AGENTS permit them to spend their winters Sheriff and Mrs. W. J.
are Epperson,
h'J this time than at other T. J. Terry, 33; A. H. Harley, 19.
J In case of general crops like cotton I of the any of season that and summers where they will, electto of Starke, were guests of relatives I For annexation, 38; against, 1.
and ) wet year, forgetting things Walton of farmers to Florida because here
i corn during: prolonged -Many our are come of its Thursday.Mrs. .
For 10 mills 16 7 mills 28.
; ,
I need to be done the farm then. I
l', 1 weather, at times it Is necessary to on taking advantage of the frequent climate and natural beauty. J. W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke
+ 11 hoe grass out into the middles and Following up that very idea, W. E. rains by preparing for and planting The tourist crop is one of our best visited relatives in Lawtey Wednesday I
Stokes and forage Inves- To Stop a Cough Quick
I<, then cover up with a plow. I grass crops large hay and soil-improving crops. and most profit id yet we do .
.1 Experience has shown me that if tigator of the Florida Experiment less to cultivate this crop than we do E. B. Wells was transacting business take HAYES' HEALING HONEY.,1'' a
Station, remind) the farmer of the cough medicine which stops the cough by
the land is prepared properly in winter i fact lTer"on-\\Iany\\ pecan growers are any other. in Lake Butler Thursday. healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A .
that livestock have to eat
or early spring, if planting is every spraying! systematically to control Highway Beautification Mrs. A. H. Harley and son, Lonnie, box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
i, done in a soil free of weeds or grass, day in the year, and that usually the scab and case borers; about 2,000 Nothing will give our tourist friend were visitors to Jacksonville Thurs- SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and

:t a ti'ti d if cultivation starts promptly after cheapest feed Is homegrown."Set acres will be so treated. Aided in greater pleasure than our perfect cli- Croup is enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES1
y p day.Mrs. HEALING HONEY. The lIal..eshould
aside sufficientarea
planting/ anti is kept up, there will bet of fertile plant land a to placing a large order for spraying mate and the beautifying of our /great A. A. Smith spent several be rubbed on the chest and throatof

little chance for the weeds or grass your" forage BTiTterial. Prospects for a large pe- highways. While we are making it days with relatives in Gainesville re- children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
e to get firmly established in case cul- crops now, Prof. Stokes advises the can crop are good.PolkRecent more attractive for our northern cently.J. The healing' effect of Have Healing Honey In-
farmer the stile the throat combined with the healing effect of
"Among forage
', tivation has to be stopped a few dayson crops friends we are adding to our own H. Moore was transacting business !- l.rove'i O-Pen-Trale Salve through dIe pore ol
L that may be planted to advantagenow the akin MOD.top.e couth.Both .
acount of rainy weather. As soon rains have done an pleasure and delight. Jacksonville Wednesday.
remedies ere packed In carton and the
be one
might mentioned
as the crops (most crops) get a good sorghum, enormous amount of good, coming in There are at least five things to be Mrs. J. B. Rowe spent a few days coat ol the combined treatment U, SSo. .
start, there need be little worry as to I Pearl Millet\ Brown top millet, !Naples time to prevent wholesale falling of done in an adequate program of. with relatives in Macclenn during Just ask your druggist for HAYES

the weeds and grass l'hoklnthem/ !gsass, beggarwved/ cowpeas and pea- fruit. highway/ beautificaticn.First last week. HEALING .HONEY.!: .
nuts. -
1 : out. But remember that crops need i we must see to it that our Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his regular
lots of water, and when rains are not "A plentiful supply of green feed! great natural beauty Is perserved. appointment at the Baldwin Baptist How Spain Cot Name.
I for soiling, silage or grazing will cut Santa Rosa-More\ and more of our Spain etymolog' Rabbit
frequent you cannot afford to Ie.tweeds / There is too much thoughless cutting church Sunday. cully means
concentrated feed bill farmers are going in for the Florida Peninsula. Tb,. ] I III accord-
j your grain or v"r< ,
1k and grass get a firm hold. down of magnificient old trees along Mrs. D. L. Rigby, of Titusville, visited
by at least a third, and at the same method of boll weevil control. the highways. Most any fool can chop relatives here Sunday. ing to good authority derived from

LOSSES FROM: SOHKIIKAI time keep your animals in good condition down in a few minutes a great tree R. A. Blanchard was a business visitor the hits Punic been.Shnfnn-rabblt. This animal
In the
f NEEDLESS; USE SULPHUKSorehead I due to their' laxative, toning effect Dude-Three citrus meetings. were that it has taken God decades and to River Junction the first part of country often very destroying numerous whole

w : not to mention the vita mine value held in he county this week, anti all centuries to make. The man who the week. crops. African ferrets. were kept to

y' t 1 is a disease of the chicken of the green feed. word well attendelr'by growers invested needlessly cuts down a beautiful treeis Buford, Harold and Miss Myrtle drive the animals out of their hole

1 yard which means mystery to many 'Hay for winter use as asupple- in raising better fruit. Al- the enemy of God and manWhat Higginbotham and John Moseley, of We find the rabbit often repre .nt.rfit
mentary feed is excellent and is very ; rady requests have come in for these then oM Spanish\ coin.lUlUlWtuu1WtI'lIJmmm."rnmtJlmfc"mJlUJIKlmJtUtD*
who Maxville
owners, although its treatment/ con- can we say one sets the were visitors here Saturday
trol and, eradication have become often all that is necessary ns a maintenance meetings to be held annually here wods afire and burns down hundredsof afternoon. (

Pi l; r. J about us simple as that of many other or carry-over feed while after.Osceola. trees simply for the sake of rangIng Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill and son,

o diseases that have succumbed to stork are not at work, while cows I rare a few cows over land which does Mr. and Mrs.\ Harry Tanquary and

scientific investigation.This dry or while !green grazing is scarce -Livestock and all crops not belong to him, cows that are I daughter, Miss Ruby, were visitors to a--- .
"A field of peanuts to turn hogs are in excellent condition, followingthe ,
disease causes the death of worth so little to him >or anyone else Kingsley lake Friday.
many chickens, the stunting of Ihicks into in late summer or fall will be rains. Growers have been spraying that: it should take a hundred of themto Col. and \Mrs.\ A. Z. Adkins and children

4 that survive it, and a reduction in the found an excellent fattening/ and citrus with lime-sulphur to control equal the value of a great tree of Starke, were guests Sundayof
"t !growing ration, where supplementedwith red spiders.MarionHave. from angle Mrs. M. E. Edwards.Mr.
number of eggs laid by pullets. The any one might computethe 25
4 { treatment now is simple, although It a litlo corn. Plant an ample .... ; cost. Let us do our best to save and Mrs. II. Brown and Mrs.R. cent

may be hard to understand how the acreage of forage crops to take care been holding meetings the; trees in the open country. L. Mannan, of Jacksonville, spent

treatment is effective. Dr. W. N. of the soiling, silage, hay and grazing / co-operating with representative Destroy Unsightly Signs the week-end at Jessamine farm near
needs of all your livestock." of state livestock sanitary board; several Second little here.
Sanhorn, poultry specialist of the I, progress can be made
i j, Florida College of Agriculture, speaksas It is Impossible here to more than moving/ pictures of livestock Interest In highway beautification so long as Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville, was Want Adwill

follows regarding/ this trouble: remind you of these facts and no mer- were shown. Our tomato area men are permitted to clutter up the transacting business in town Satur

))4 "Sorehead losses have been reducedin eely suggest/ certain things to do, has been estimated at 7,000 acres. andscape with unsightly signs. On

Y,' the last few years by adding flowers Prof. Stokes points out. But, as he explains I one stretch of eight miles of Dixie day.Bert Padgett, of Anthony, spent
r I of sulphur to the feed! of growing most counties in the state have two days with farmers Highway in Florida one finds nearly Monday here with his parents, Mr. sell a

T' n '1 stock. At the beginning of the season county agents who are in a positionto leaching the various grades of sixty signs advertising some ones cure and Mrs. M. Padgett.

: i when sorehead usually appears, asssits or help you get such information truck. In one section where truck for chillblains and malaria. An inspiring .Herschell Williams, of Jacksonville,

as you may desire.! hat hot been grown before, farmers memorable for the here with his
add 1 pound of flowers of sulphur tot sight eyes spent Sunday parents,
I claim their experience this year has, of the resident and tourist. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams. Horse

"MARRIAGE PRIESTS" AID taught them how to grow truck. Most highway sign posting is expensive Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and $$200

..... iROWER AND< TRUCKER and poor advertising. $100.00 Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke,

I \Vakulla-Sufficient interest hereIn spent in legitimate newspaper ad- visited relatives in town Sunday.Mr. .

Weak Florida truckers and growers are a county fair for next fall to insure vertising Is worth more than $1- and Mrs.\ Charles Dinkins are

urged to employ the assistance of the buildings and grounds al- 000 worth of sign posting.Re spending a few days in Jacksonville.Mr. or a

"marriage priests. these being time- ready. cently in Orange and Lake counties and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son
Back proved aids to the production of big Florida, more than 5,000 unsightly spent the week-end at the home of

crops. While it is not claimed that Suwannee-Twice as many farmersare signs have been removed from I I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.

Mr*. Mildred Plpkl, of they increase citrus crops, it is true spraying control watermelon the highways by the road crew and Misses Mary Boyer, Claudia Terry, $$1000 Gar

..d. 'I,I R. P. D. 8, Columbia Tenn., I that certain truck: crops are increasedby diseases and insects as last year.' other good citizens, the highway be- : Eva Reddish, Lonnie Harley, Fred t

:I' 11 I aye: "My experience with them. longs to us all and each one of ua has and David Moore and James Godwin :r I
': .( Cardul has covered a number of This idea may be met with skepticism St. Johns-Irish potatoes movingby as good a right to take down unsightly attended the Baptist church in Bald.

.: I year Nineteen years ago by some readers who have heretofore train loads from Hastings region, ; signs on the highway as some one win Sunday or a

I got down with weak beck. I IWM believed that the function of Reports of acre yields run as high as has to put up such signs. If a few Jules Eunice of Okeechobee, spent
i. i j. nm-down and so weak and priests is not related to the growingof 110 barrels; average Is about forty hundred more good citizens would the week-end with his family.

.ervoua I had to stay In bed..11 any crop. Others may fear that the arrela.> S stop and take down these signs along Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Deputy I

I radol dignity of spiritual leadership Is en the highways we would Boon see Baiaden, of Starke, were in town on : $$10,000'Farm
dangered. However, officials of the Columbia strong movement is great improvements in all parts of business Saturday.Miss .

State Plant Board hasten to announce under way for the establishment of a our state. Alma Griffis left Sunday for

CARDUI that the priests referred to In this dehydrating plant which will afford a A few weeks ago the Orange county Plant City, where she will spend a

; { elt cane are no other than the common ready market for almost all farm Beautification Commission notifiedan few weeks with relatives.
; honey bee and that the term "mar products. Local interests are behindthe oil company which had been postIng Howard Miner Is spending a few

t riage priest" has been applied to this movement, and work is expectedto the streets and highways of the days.with relatives in .Starke.

The Woman's Tonic Faithful friend of man be cause !it aids start within 15 days. state with their signs that the sentiment John- Cone- of Brooker, was trans

in the pollination of certain flowers in this county was against that acting business in town Wednesday
and lent for it. I took only one and, therefore, of their reproduction. Brevnrd-Most large groves of the ort of defacing the highways and afternoon.Mrs. .

i bottle at that time, and It helped Scientists, who have studied the county have been sprayed with bordeaux that it was certain to hurt the sale \ Annie Brown Barrett, of .

,t me; teemed to strengthen and I flowers, the fruit and the reproductionof oil to control melanose, following of that particular brand of oil more Gainesville, visited relatives here on -

i build me right up: So that I la plants, say that some flowers are recommendations of the Florida ban it would help it if they posted Sunday. I

{ I. how I first knew of Cardul. "cross pollinated." This means thatit Experiment Station. Orange county as they had some J. H. Moore, J. T. Reddish and Geo. I

After that, when I began to ;rI is necessary for the pollen (flower neighboring counties. The commission Anderson left Tuesday morning for I

ij get weak and 'no account', 1r I rJil dust) of the one flower to be transferred r Taylor-About 150 colonies of bees received an immediate reply to Salt Springs, where they will spenda I What is more econ-

aent right! for Cardul, and It to the fruit-producing organ (pistil will be transferred. to patented hives their. protest from the Southeasternmanager week fishing. /

1 ') never tailed to help me." 1111- ) of another I If fruit Is to grow, andvice this year. of the company, saying that Baldwin Marr\ of Starke, was a omical and profit-
If weak and suffering I
you are \ versa. Bees are recognized as they did not untlerstand the senti visitor to Lawtey Sunday.
: horn womanly! ailments, Cardul able
:' i ment of the people and that they certainly Miss Beulah Sapp, of Starke, spent than a want
be !Just what you need. No Worm In a Healthy Child
may Tb plffenee.I .
would not spoil our highwayswith last week here at the guest of Mr.
Take Cardui. It .ha* helped All children troubled with Worm have in im- A (villas can no more) help (Mine a ad in this ?
their advertising matter. A and Mrs. Sam Mathia.
t healthy color: ,which Indkaie poor blood..ad.*aml paper
to help
thousand, and ought rains than a man can help being
I ,. there. h s more or I... stomach disturbance. crazy letter of the right kind to the advertisers Mrs. B. L. Blanchard Is pending a
jrou. ROVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given ratularly ma.,. It Just happen that when What have
t t, At all druggist awl d.....*. fur two or three week wll enrich the blind the genius doss what be consider a usually get relief. few days this week with relatives F e.1 / ,imimve the JUttnuloo\ ,and scram a**neratStrenjttlienlng mart thing. tt.Js smart; but when thepool' Third. The county commissioner Melrose.
Ilmlllli Tonic to dUpel the whoto the wurma.aad ajrsteni. Nature cite Child will>.l thenthrtjworTcr ,11" crazy man does his best It tarn should at once iettl on the width of Mrs. Jesse Reddish spent the week ; to sell?

lu mir'iKt lie.lto. Pleasant-,..k..ddu pet hue:s sot t. h. foolish.-Ed Uowe's UoaUU the highway and this information end with relatives In Wateroak. 1 1I

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FRIDAY. MAY 18. 1923. -


I letter From -t Tallahassee;;; I=ed- early today without i calling a witness -MOSQUITo-: --CONTROL FLORJIA-PROCKAMS--.-;---1 I riNANTUL: STATHMSNT roUNTT-- -- -!flCUOOL---Quarter--of -Cm.Smtth.aat"Qunbrr.pceLjmt---'-.-I'Ma8BVI'N---:'--- --: :I j ,,'"k '". {

in order to allow members to attend POPL'I{ I .'UNDS! r thirty-four. tom>hlp ..->.rn. ranu twenty- 1j' r I"FA .,
to legislative matters In Coul.ty ...perinl.nI....-. financial itntcmimt otto, In the ooiintv of Alm-hna and. the Stale lof l } I I II
pending or county. tchool tunas fur the mvtttn of I I KlurWn. (.nt.lnn. In all on* hundred ..' I' ,
both branches of the state assembly.It April lllia.' anl fifty ll\o (( ) .0., mnra or I.. 'ii \
From Primncol.t to Kt'yv."I" C mmurilits I Central !Srhonl! Fund / ('. A.KNIGII'r. ; J

\ "K w of the past shows that 1.1SOSIN CLUB ASKS was improbable] that tha committee lining up With !State: O".i>r
of the double primary wan, OWN would hold another 'session today but Kitvlpla. dill-Inn month ____----______88 "t Hoard of Health in Warrant. ____ *. ;
I STATE FOR ACTIONKemJuticm Aggressive Iwnuil -- -_____.__.._1UJ.4H iN'Fi I
.1, d that an agreement was with new witnesses tomorrow inquiryinto Campaign.I Halanco Mny I. IP29 ----.........___17411,70. FI.OY1)) f.niCKN 'ami hollcllom.H. A. UKKKN: ,
-- DUUtrt N.. I en"IIInn.; R4CtO'tNOTICE I

ivveen the stockmen and leaned camps! owned by Senator On.rdrnft April I. mill ...._____?___ 1.7T o I,1,

; -is in rejjarcl/: to cattle tick from Milwaukee ('all.. T. J. Knabb would be resumed. Npot'tpt ilumnK month .._. ...____.... ( tI.18 In Circuit, '1"
fl' Upon the Legislature The Uureau: of Engllll'er\g: .of the VViuianu, iMiiml .?. ____________.-_ 72.BI Court. :llhlh Juilirliil Clrult i
''I. Goodness knowg only to Revoke Senator J. II. Scales of Perry 1"la., UHlnncu Mny 1. man u.u_......... 11.75 Ir.dt..1 C'ounly. ,. .. In ('h.n e. ,'/ }
(barter of COIl1liIUYlth State Hoard of Health reports thatIntensiM 1)4.tfl.I i Na. I 01. 11.1"1 Wlni jiilnril hy K. I : I
finn '
!h I, present bill will pass or lIoldinlfs. Florida will be culled it was understood to ; control Mnlnneu April 1. ltllt!! '._........._'_. g.80 hiwbnnil. anil } ,'I ,I

tionably the __ __ testify as to his activities in the.Putnam mosquito programs> Kivolplii, durIng month ___._,._u___. 18423 I tlent. eumplnlnanl' I ,. I
\u 'Miue' compro- are now being effectively carried on VV arrant >MU....1| _.__.____.________. 18il.0tf W. Sylvnttvr. v. R'j I.I "
,- in the nature of a (front Lumber company's defense and Unlimce Mny 1. 11I2S ..n_........... 62.04 i ,\ban.li'reon.Unknown J. \; I I,
I HILLSIiOROfGII;() INDIfiNNT; his by many Florida communities; from Dl.lrlrt Nn. t I I CllhlI".1 .,". I ) S \ .
.. : ,\ (.r the other bill. There charges about tho sobriety of the Halnncr April 1. JHJS __.._______ 07.17 I|' .n. *. S ::1 S ,
Key West Pensitcol.t. --- .,
OVER to In d.scuss-: --
,, \\ho do not think that the LEVSK-I.ASH SYSTEM >sub-committee that went to Clara > KiT-vlpt. liimnit month .......___.... SID.sn rvllrf. "''nuv. el.I. guilt till nml, olle :" I ,}
thu conrol Wnriiult* IMIUH. __... ", '
ing Mosquito program :Mr. ---n. fMlI.ui) 'lu all \ ':
to whom
l ,,ill will pass either but it Fla., recently. 11..1."... Mny. 1. 11121 ........__-____ 111.58 i I It Hiiprnrlnic liy I tho may concern Groottnffl; 4 ;
I Simons, Chief: Sanitary Engineer of DIMrirt sworn hill of complaint I I 3 ,
: ;
ilnubtctl that the bill Tallahassee, May 0.-An to Senator Scales represents! the Na. 4 In tho nlwit, caiuio that thrm aro known .J1' ;
present appeal the: Board! stated the f tlol.nretorlt 1. lltM: ____..... ...____ 5H.97 I I limned. iwraoni | | | -
niich better so far AS tliu! Wisconsin> legislature to revoke! twelfth district In which is located vltuenry ) Kiti.ipi* Uui'lnv month .....___n_.. 42.811| p*.|n>rtv tlu-nan l.h.v",1 llno'rii'l to 1m, lut.ta In I ,k,
a ; of .
ne- Warrant ...... __ l.tl' .h..
the Florida lias> responded wonderfully I. __....__..... ,| rll.," 4 la ,unknown, and ,
;iiiinl l> IcKixlative/ inxtrument Is con- i charter of the Putnam Lumber the Putnam Lumber company and any llnlannMny J. 1 11128 ____......__._. 71.21 Irm ihrivin, that they ilo not roinplainnnta know and* afI .1.). I I.. S'

i former bill. Company, incorporated( under the activities on his part has been doneat well to the appeal sent forth duringthe !: nutrirt No. I I tvr illllwt'tit' ,nrch ntnl I liuiulry., hn* not lit..niill. 1
I. III the I hoard I law : Rnlnnco April I. 1D2.4 ___._........... 271.flu .. 'In iiKivrlnin If of tho known I 7
tIr, a few nights of Wisconsin and which has extensive! the request of delegations hailing earlier month of the year, und l 110".1 iptH, ilurinir% month ___....___ _.. .ilji' ,ltrn..m, tH'li.., '-d to bo any lnt.'rmtn.I. In n.ma\ 't S I '
say I
ago, I I Warranli 10.0.IlttiiIaincc ._ ____ In .. .lt I'np ; ,
orly. .
that I "
excellent and
tod.iy there ih'nd
or I
are -
holdings : community
I i. tfoing to try to pass a tick in Florida, was contained in from Terry, 111., culling! upon him. May. I. 1--------------------- : 2 .'.("IJ I''in' iithu t ".,iMM-ncinn"I..n., iM'llnvud l I tn be In. I ,"i 41I

: a resolution> received here programs!: being carried on fn ni.tri.t N.. c i alI ptopi'iK, 4 nth.,r I him 4 dm 1.1hl .,1 S It
,tbil1,. and make the state today by the llalnnrr April I. llij.: --_________..___ B3.4H i ilic.u .I.r"Illn. nml I tho and mldi'tiro, .of IS
l Florida legislature, from the WoOlen'sclub JEItlJY' ) thirty-six the larger cities and, I || riurlnii month -.___.uu... 61.67 I inirnom' nH". to the 4, ,
hut not complainant
: i it they're agoing to I I'OI'l'KLL IMPORTANTW1TNKSS towns that would! most Warrant iMUfd __ _____.._______.._ .., and In laid n' Inkl.wn,..lli f la l I '.. I
We'll, this Is the way some of of Milwaukee, and published in :: IN:' FAMOUS CASES \programs! Iliiliinc.. Muy I. 11'28' _.______-._- ---_. 184.1.1 aiirh known "".101?,,.1) .unknown pra>v P<.n..uain.t na. "'i'

?, ."1k at it. The measure is a I the journal of the house of repre on- PASSES OX TO DEATH certainly be productive of !good results April 1.Dlmrtrt 1P2JI: _Id__._.__fHnlitnro __.______ 9(1( 81 nnmi'd Ih.Tffon.; :: or ,all It..',.II rli.r.l< rlnimlnir that:: any all Intvreat livnion* I .

for tatives. K...i'inu tlurlnit. monO __......_____ 80.24 iin.h-r or t 4,' I d! order Wednesday in the Warrant. burned ___ ____.___._._______ ntlu'iuipu*. Htul all iinkniiwn | rona clnintlnK I .f
hnuM( ind probably will have been I The Putnam Lumber company has I Wa'l Enroute to Testify H'efore Federal Jacksonville. Tampa Key Westpen- "lliilnncv Miiy 1. 192S __.____._______ 15(1.411( nny mil.n't In tho pmpcrtv.lrrulnu fl.r docrllicil .
sacolu 1.lil1l11l: Knrtow Wp..t Palm Pl.lrict N*. or any pail, tlu-n-of undrr, W. Svl- It
., '.pun, before this ever sees the been one of the principals in the inVestigation ,, Grand Jury-Asserted lie < .Palanro April 1. IDlist, : ......!...___... 6.7H I %'rot.t' RaniU'raiin. .1, 'l' ,' or ejithrrof I, S
nevertheless Vii l'isoncd.TSllnIlassee Beach. :St.; Petersburg, Sarasota, St.Augustine lt< \ut the present ( by the Joint legislative VVnrrnnt: ii::iiur.i ..................... I nnmi'd. or, unknown .lllnl. an Internal In I

us to be a rather reasonable committee into the death of :Martin Fernandma, Live Oak llulunci' May. i. 192.1: .___.__._;.____ 18.27. I 7 Imo ncriilunrtpr, .h'.r.h', 1 ., ,... ,.. dr any .2 1 ,
I :Muriannn[ Tallahassee III..n.t No. S purl UI."t. Iyln. Win it llradf.ird \ 17 '
Quincy \ppalachieola
'I ,it' they don't pass this kind Tabert, the North Dakota youth, who :\llIy7.-Jerr Poppell : Hnlaiii'v April 1. 1U2.1: ----...-----..-- I.M ..ullr. '". .I rlmiilii.' ili-noriU-.l. oa folIIIMN ,

is that died, after principal witness against Leon Chiplcy, Gainesville, Ocalu, Htt'pipti iltirintr. month ...___....___. 8.HJ I :
m\; opinion they won't being/ whipped while serving / two Warren) licunl -_ ._u___.._.____... Knut: llnlf of Hi. Quartur of the

., ,. kind of a bill. I a convict sentence in the lumber county officials in the investigation of Eusti' Snnfnnl, DnytoiiB, DuLnnd Itnlunco May I. 11)28) _____.__un_ 10.21 Hoiilhwnit. Qunrtpr. of ouII..L.,., Ilnaut Qunrtorof I )' ,
Clearwater M.int City Hradentown HUlrtrt No. 10 I SiWIInn Twenty-four ((241), Towtmhip Five I '
I '. i' IV. Rose has come up from company's camp. the ,death ofIal.tin: Tubert, of Munich Pnlnnco April 1. 11121) _.._____________ ft.M) ifil, 141.titt.:" Rnniro T: enly-ttto ,cll\\ Kant
of The resolution N. 1)> alleged to have succumbed Panama fity, Crescent City, :Madison: 11,1., tlirrinv. month ___........-.. 1".tU I I'. nppiur to t tlu> unlit of rumplnlnt, onor :
vice the also hil
J'lorK. 7
,,1 f" president was '
t IK .
accompanied Warrant l .lu.4 .... .n____ '_n hrforo, the m-con.l iluy July A. 1 1). 1023 j
!(. ..iltoi-9 Association to urge the by a letter signed by the Milwaukee in the Putnam Lumber Company Ft. I'h'I'l'e.Islimnwp' Stuart are )llnlHlioit May 1. 1021 .__.__.u.__.__ 9H. numbered those cities which lll.lrlrt. No. IIPnlnnco nlil, bill will bo Inkcn. ail conftwHiNl nuatnntyou.
of the bill giving the realty Women's Club and addressed to camp in Florida at a result of a terrible among April I. 19J1: _______.n___.__ I 111! 17 linil, that this order pulilliiliiHl, In Hi) ,

commission to license their the members of the Florida llotfKinu und brutal treatment have already undertaken systematic K.'nlnln, diirinir, month -.___.-...-... 29.:J7 Iliniironl" County Telcicrnph a weekly new, Ii I fl.it, 3
i legislature work. Wnrrnnui" IMHUIM! ____uu___.__..__.__ paper of urneral olraulullon. ,' In
kers. I which says: died at Quincy lust night.Poppells mosquitii control Hnlittiov Mny I. lIOn __-_._n..._____ 16S.AI Slnrke. ItrailToifl county. Florldu."hlnl.t .
llr.imons:; that Warrant .Uaiu.. *! _._.___..________.._. Wllnm.:; (I lit, llonoinhle A I. V. Umv. juihr. \ :
': 'I. now, I have heard some "We feel sure that the abuses to death was due to apoplexy states liowever lllKlrtrt' N*. II .:.f 'the: HIM,) Cln-iiit: '-, i.rt. and nlnu olfl.,
say Dr. U. F. Goddard of Quincy the most intensive and comprehensive IlitlonrotrlI I. 11128 _._u... ..___ 2I7.n: i Ut, ,,Hitinnttir) nf In* clerk i: an well an \II,;' :oinilnl ;: I- -,
ItI.t.i ., is no need for a realty which we call a attrition were not 'KiTi'iptn, diirinir month ___ _n_....___ 02.80: will ..f l'hln .".1. thla the Slid dny, of S It
But only willing but one of the attending physicians, told! warfares are being! conducted at Warrant. {.AIIIX! ___.............. Mar, A. I>. 102.1. ,'J 'II ,
i.imisslon. honest to prooilw eager to set your )llnlnnco ____ <1. %v. AI.DRUM AN. .
Mny 1. in) J.I ___ 2 O.13 I '
the Jacksonville St. Petersburg\ -- n ,
Tampa t
press tonight/ over the phone. Mrs. \!, Clerk Court. IU'niKor.1
-, these people don't know what state right in the eyes of the world Dl.trirt No. Ii {I.ul CVninly' Flor. 1
Poppell however, said that shortly Miami Ocalu and, Gainesville1. Unlnnre April 1. IU21: __________.____ 14.M I hIl. I I8enl>
,in I talking about. I live in that by making It impossible that such K.vclixn before he dl'd. he muttered that; he The plan of community program advocated Warrant iiwmfl I ._____.___00__..._.__ /. r.r Complnlnnnla., ,' 1-4-tt-d.CD. 1.1. S I '
i the state where honest real wrongs against helpless men and had been and and encouraged by the State Ilulnno) Mny I. I 11)21 __-_____n ____u \\38. poisoned she called attention
iinikers, have an awful time to boys shall never be possible within No 14ItiilBnio IAT.I'Y I
tJ the fact that he carried n Board of Health is that directed primarily April I. lui.l; __....._______.. 2587 ll..ri.iv| iilven I Hint, un.lnr nml .
.i living and it isn't because the bounds of Florida again." K.foiplM durIng month h_._..____-_. 7.2<1VVnrranta virtue, :: of thnt oerialn flnnl dorreo: of .. I
bottle of moonshine whiskey of which to the house to house control IHMUIH! __ ____________.__.__ cliMiiire itmthr by thu! Jililii I ( tIme Kliihth : '
.in' not active and it isn't be- Called SlaveryThe he drank fret-ly. Ho had had the Ii- the control of artificial containers.Col. Ilnluncu Mny. I I. 1WJ1 ......__u._.__ 3261 diclnl I ('I:rrut, of rlorliln.: n.ehnncerv! jilt : 4 I
they don't know values it is resolutions set out that "we ; Dlntrirt No. KIlnlnnro I In Uu Qlrvult court for cotmly. l'iir't,
'\ several days. Poppell was en- It. i '. In" ,cause there are so many abhor human slavery and that the K.'Vt'lplM, diirinir month ___________.__ 20.fit* favor of .4. W Anilrttwa, an ... ,I. '. amiamilnlit
route to Pensacola to testify in a recommend that each community Warrant Innuml ._.- ..__.____n___ _. W. J. r I'I"'n. nherllT".of "Ifrn.lfur.letiunlv. ) ''
,"sh darned curbstone 01'1 convict lease system constitutes a case.CirCUlllsthnees. define II zone of one mile: in TIlt- llnlnnco May. I. ll J1: ___ .______Uu. 59.I 1) 1"I..il., ,. ..0 i. ofrinlo, aihnlnliitratorof I ,
ili" HI in from the north and more abominable form of slavery than peonuge Dlntrlrt' No. IIOifnlrnfl thn .. !I"". lOilwnnln:, diH-eniml ., .
surrounding Talelt'S luis. around it and within this zone April 1, 1921 .....hu.._. .. 21.81ltic nN II* defenilnnta., I I.
.. i i ,unt of taxes that the that in which the victims are bought iptn ,ihirlnir month _____.._______ &5.10WnrrnntH Tile ""' ,'..I"n'.1 na Hperlnl M loutoi', will of 15 tj
death were the subject of an coiH'c-ntrute particularly on all accumulations ., liuiiii'il ..-........_....._... fir Tor Male' In front nf tlm' oourlhoiw their ,
11,1no chance. I know this to and sold, in as much as the convict exhaustive of fresh, water. The Pun- llnlnnciMny I. 11UI:. _.____.______n 93.01 I tn; Clark*, Kliirliln. durtnir thu leiial:: houra fit I
I r .t. so held in bondage is without the legislative investigation/ Itl.trirt No. IT cot'. on Momlny. th. 4th day of Jut,.. A. l 1. ,
I / as a result of the inquiry ,Sheriff J. rue and Malaria speck's of mosquito' "..llInra1'.11 1. l 1113") ..._n______..__ )H 00 1'211. t 8.. thn hluhevt and brat hlililcr, for S I
'1 .. else has been done during the protection of self interest by U.r.'lt.ta ilnrlnir month ...-__________ O.H7 4 fnlloM'Init ilmci'llM'il lrlH.rI| v, altuntinl In I f
R. Jones wni< ordered removed from are fresh. water breeders and! the for. Warrant lunurd _____________.__.____ IJrinirord eiiunly.' Mnrliln. to-wlti
\"-,'k. We had William J. Bryan the persons who have power over ollu-L' by the has pronounced! strong llulnnro. Miiy. 1. IR2I'. ....__.._00__ 22.87 All thnfc portion of th* NnrthwralQilnrter
: Senate while Governor mpr a pre-
him." KUIrirl N.. Ill fif tin Houlhueiit' Qnnrter of Heclfim ill. lownnhlp '
un Friday anl. as usual he S Hanlee has> recommended( similar action ferenre for artificial containers., The Iliilnncp) April 1. HUI: ----.---.-.----- I 14.41 II Mouth llaiiueli Kii: .t. Ivlnu. Kant; o( S
\vonder. William J. wore a No corporation can be held guiltless UKi.lptu, ilurinir month __ ._n__ ____ 15.HU: I the I Senlniard Air :l.lno Itnllwny rhtlit of i t p
to be taken against Judge Ii. 1.'. health department., advices a protection I \\ ,,r.1a iHnuixl ..................... except two nrre* In; Mmilhwent: cnrner nf -r1 I ki
,f ,one kind a vest of another of practices which are permitted Willis of the Leon county court. of all surface feeding\! minows llnlnnco, Muy I.12:1 I\ : .. ....______ 20.89 ihrrllieil plre of 'land which two aurca 5
Il I uid of in its no matter how farthey Hand No. 3 Fold to K Onnnn.; fl F21J I,
trousers another variety, camps Mrs. Poppell said her husband was the mbusia, Aftlnis ; this small minnow Itnlnnc April 1 1. 111.'I' __________n__._ 7.6:1: A. X. APKIN3. .4 'h'
.t doesn't make any ditference I may be from home of the corporation !(ttM!<*lpta durtnic. month ___________... Hperlnl, Mouton.. I I '
stricken just outside of Quint. 'y, Friday fish\ ) not over two inchesin Warranla liiKU'.d. ..... .......... K.: M JOIINH.Sollclliir ) t ,
I r 'I'l I MM- William J. wears is a mere I it says. night. Suddenly he fell from the length and, found ta live abundantly Unlntico Mny I. 1021 _._-? __ ...____ 7.423:I ) for Complainant.4_ .IH- .| I.j, '4 ,, 5 1
of "The Milwaukee Women's Club Intermit A Hlnalnf No. 3 r I ,
i' i I' inconsequence. He looks) I running board of an auto and ex: in .shallow streams 111'.<1 ponds is )Hnlanoo, April I. IU21) .. _...____._.___812127 MAHTKR'H JUI,1 5
't h- -imc healthy man whom I knew otTer!* its co-operation to the womenof ",'r.'II.In iluHnu, month __ _.. ..___ Notlri, I In herby given that under anil hyvlrtuo
I claimed 1 am dying. u natural enemy to the mosquito. wig- Warrant laaunt) __ _______..___._.__. of Unit "" 'HI. flnnl. ili..reo of Ilire ,
', u I tlrst saw him many years ago : Florida in their efforts against! the According;(' to Mrs. Poppell his features glt-r. For this reason all highway Mnlnnc. Mnv. I. KI21 __ ________. .___82121.27Intrp.t nmilc,. mid' .. on Alrl Ifrtth.' .A. l I. 4 ,
!I' ike-, convict lease system of that state and Sinking No. 29llnlnnc 11128. hy Ilnndrnhlo A. V L' jinluo of i
me rather tired to hear peo- i j' swelled his mouth turning to ditches and other natural accumulations April 1. 1US.I _______--.______3(1117.07( rliviilt;I court, In nml" for; llrndfonl: e ,'nll' S '
ik'' Senator Wicker talk about pledges Its support to any movement F{...,.'"... iluilntf, monlh .............. I loriiln. In thnt certain ..,".. wherein AdiL. j S
one side as if paralyzed. lIe was taken of water should l have clean cut Warrant (HHIIIMI' .. ...______...______ Mui.,1) ,'n. l.i,Inn. Joined. by. W. W. llnliiilen. h.r.
W ..i'')' J. Bryan a man who h/l,1, I which endeavors to abolish the convi.t to a hospital and throughout margins freefrom vegetation to enable I Iliilnni'iMuy. I. lOii'l ___. ___.____- .!lItI27.G7 hiiKlmnd nml n.... friend. nn* CMOipliilniltilN, I I
Wicker1I 1 lease in all parts of the yes. und J U. llnynea. and Idn 1 17. Haynna. hit 'I
"more' Rood than Senator system terdiiy vomited. lie was unconscious the little minnow to gain arcesHto : ) rOIIN'I'Y Mny In. 1023.IIRADKOtll wile I lire tlfrendntlla. ,' the ..n'.lln.1 will I..
I .ill United States. offer for cola and will ...11 thahluluil ,.
of his I 1
kind can ever hope to' siA'in o.h
most of the time to the section of the water.
according every cross and lMt. bidder In fmnl nf tho courtholm ,
"The Milwaukee Women's Club I hprcliy.. eonify that tliv, forvicolnir .t....
MI' van in my opinion 1 is> the great- j : dmir In Hlflrki. llrndrord efninly.' rlor.Idn. 1 5
but and
widow in a lucid interval muttered These, mimjvvs can also be caught mvnt of thv rvcvlpt" and ,IIl.runmrnti. of ,
i, I u .tc-her that the world has ever condemns the Putnam Lumber com'puny that he was poisoned. transplanted to rain water cisterns'! the rhnut unit I. of Itradforil, County' for the I ,, :on duiliiK, :;:i,,''hr: ;. i'iinl I 4:he 4lh) houiw:dny:: of:of in.3'I''r.,A.r th O.Hldl *. u I 14 si, .. I

S 5 lie about from to of Eau Claire, for allowing the month' of A .r8l. I 1U28: I. truo and correctto puriioNe uf Iii: .,.il Mnnl r.th..
goes place Poppell was jailer here more than and barrels-a control measure' which thv htMt of my knowli'dua and .brunt. ffillowlnir ,ilmnrilH'd, mimI i.utnt,,. llradfurdcounty S
1 i I. ilomjr erood. And when I say i nhuHo of men and boys in its lumber II II WinniMS.! ( Mnrfiln. tir-wlt, : ,
i twenty years and was, discharged I by was used extensively In Mexico and County lIu.lnlt'nd. I,
!' 'I.> S flod. I mean just exactly that. : camps and petitions the Wisconsin rive Til acrea In the form ..r n Nipinr In -., 'I il
Sheriff .Jones. Central America. .
Poppell' admitted before -- thv Nurtttwctil corner of the Hotilhwmt' ll., .. 4
f'i i"hm.) been the target of more legislature to revoke the charter un- the legislative committee that he FINANCIAL BTATrMRNT!! Or COUNTY li'r of tin' tjinilhennt Quiirler Hf-Him! Twen. t tIv.ln" 'I ,
"Mosquito Control"' !:'turs11': Si:11onn .
I '
i 29)' Hlx ) Mouth Itnnir .
S tlc-r which the Putnam Lumber company I FUNDS 'I'.wn.hll .1 I ,
i 'I' u ions talk than who !
any man i was an excessive: drinker. He 'declared is not an expensive! undertaking! Monthly flnarirlal ntnt"m.nt *.f ulraIrn,4c,00ty 'Iwenly-two ( E.I. .
I. does business. Alno, of 1''v, (til.I .belmc. a ntlhdlvlKlon I
S .
>d. now .I
> I have known about him for (thu month of April. 1923
,IS (hut Judge Willis and Sheriff especially! when one stops to figure I the North llnlf of Ibm HouthraatQuarter I
i before he investigating! committee rc'cess- Gviipral Fund tf Hi.ctlon Twenty-nlno I t.Mtl. TownHhlp .
iniinv years ever came Jonus had conspired to profit in the the ruutrns on the! investment. During) llnlanc April I I. 11123 ______-_ _.__ in.lilllil; MU I Hi, Moo'h, Itnniie 'rwrtl,y-t. w.i I 3
t i'uridu.' ) Old Charlie Dougherty I II wholesale arrest of and their l(4'.,ilttii ilurlnu mimth .-_- -_- : \.HHWnrrnnlii Kant.AUn: 1:2 I
I ircd' him to speak upon and I asked vagrants 1)2-!) community control measures in Iwiuil -. __. __._ .- __ 20M4.111Miilnoc. a drip of hind l alnillt 'hl.l101. ( ) I "
I MH> in all essentials the very op1 of sale to the Putnam Lumber Company Miami! cost less than five\ centfl per .. 8tm,.y I. |1V2t: __ _. ___ _. 191:1.11": | ynnlM wide lylntr ". the 4, Houlh' aldit! of a 'Iv. g I' I
I '.. ""f Bryan told than Bryan him to talk upon "The making a Fin. *nd Korfrltun Fund Nerd itriuaro. nnl.l (live .. ipinrt bi'lnir In the I
me I He did and when the meeting for which the sheriff admitted he received c-upita per month ; the city escaped, thedengue I'nlnncc April I I. 1U21 --____ ._--______ 47.19 ".' .t corner of .the I".lhw.t, S
,"I i the ideal statesman. Old 1 Charlie man. so $20 head. If.-..'".,. ilnrlnir month ____. ...______20AM) .91 ,if (he Hiiutlientit Quarter, '11..r. I
per of last und
was adjourned an old fellow of ( epidemic summer Wnrrnnlii, l.mi.il _. .__ .__.u__-__ ___ 2I.21Iliilnnc nine 12''" 'lownnhlp HU ((63) Houth Hanic. .1
i 'hat while he was in congress in Poppell had been suffering froma thereby saved fully $:>OO.JOO( ) in medicinen i- *. May. I. 1023 __ u ____ .__ ._ j IIUA..111Itoad 'lwrt.Iy.t. ".n ((221 I ':,.I. itiwerllieil'. na commend, (
"i, Brvan : the town who was a capital man Fundllnlnnev Inv nl thi' SoulhenKk, corner of tin mild, llv I
that would mingle .
Bryan of the fact that he was an atheist brain ailment and several months. suffering loss of labor and. oth- April 1. llii)> _______._____-._ f>n .43IfiTfipu nitre milinrn and runrnnif Houth rlwht nf I .,
1 'u,j his fellow he spite _._ of H. \. I. rnilr.niI. tI, .no W
congressmen, even ago/( a public subscription was takento The Jacksonville diirinir month n .. IHH,iV \ way *t nn
I, lid! came to me with tears in his eyes er incidental causes. .trrantN Immvd __ ___ .. nni.l right' of, w... t. Wmt Him of th. nal'l S
RO\ into the bar rooms with hated see that he got medical attention. campaign( promises to produce excellent : llHlnneo May. I. III2I: ___ _______.._.__ 1077.A I Illultdlnf Hoillhwivt' tluarter of Iho 9..l, ''h'n.t Quarter I
'hem] hut that he took drink and told me that he hail 1 always Fund Hectlon, Twenty-nine ((2111.. Townahlp Ills ((6H )

never a William J. Bryan but that if he had results this summer hut it will nalnnc April I. IVt ............._-_ 550 iiith, Itanii Twenty-two. 1 u.. hiut. (thne I '
unless citien of Jacksonville
1 I known the power of the man he would ca-- not every Warrant inniiod ._ __ _..__ rive acrw afpinre, thonco, Kintt: on th I HoutFt
'''t care what other people may I Who becomes seriously interested in the 1,1..0.: May. I. 102:1: .._____.________ 519 Hide .,r the Mnld' Five nare minnr. 1 point of I I
have paid the way of every young ....... eirlnnln. eontnlmmr Rleven. and
'hll1 but I think is most I .nolln. "..ndlIal.n. "I onehalf '
Ellznheth It It I'
Bryan a in the town to hear him speak.And Queen Hate possessed undertaking. and does something! to .. April 1. 102 ___.___.________llfionft acren mom or 1 lea*. I
''. 'vtrkable man. I heard a !little man .5 many us 3XX( gowns at one time. aasiit the few workers 'f the health Kfroliil.. ilnrlnir month ____ ____ __. 700.* A.j/. APKINS.HpimlHl t
everybody knows that Bryan'stalk < Warrants |InilIltilonc | ...._ . Manter. .
S 'II>iT- tick follow talking on the All were nm<'lt> of tbot richest stuff, A. S. CREWS :
department. Mny I. III2S) __ ____ -IOSI.27l ,
direct -
raln*.. FliedJnlanre Kohcluir, {or C"m lnloHol. 5-4'Rt-6-t J ( ,I
and he said| "I could tell you .. .!_ | _
> The of Florida have been ,
attack upon atheism.J. t..,. women April i, iuvi: ..___________._. 1.8") ---
1 rtat many things about Bryan most aggressive in the initiating and (tfiriii I IM, ihirlnit month'I .. _. NnrinIn ;
;1 of II. REESE. Warrant. ,..",..d h.... .un....__ tin ClrauH itirt for llrailfonl. County i
for money and all that &1r'e.ri.aIe.i rOOtU ,_ supporting .community mosquito: control II"lonplRV> 1. |1112S ._ ._._ 160 HnrMn., In .hn"r.r., _,
H ou would scarcely beli.f. ..\'..." CWf'ICf')< "JIW'' Widow P.n.lon, Fond Hterly) ''nv..m.. Comp.nj a I V
I:. .3t3re< "'lUlltyau. prow by fMltftat end campaigns; practically every clubin 11"1..,,..,. April I. 1I'2J _... IU 42 Corporation |I'

,ind 1 of stuff doesn't alarm nu COFFINS & CASKETSAnd tIkfli. : tlit bii"Ml!. i nn ..j Warrant '.... .. .... ... Complaln.nt 1
'I' ." : it irritation 'I "Vllturnt n i -I-, itoCLERK'S .d ....._
merely sets an
up their respective communities. At llnlancp May. I. llj.t!' : _. ..- I 14441Airlrultural The Hnrlda! V anil Immigration
Full Line of 1..n,1
I mind l against the little walk- a gUndtrtaktrt' Gainesville] ; St. Pcteridjurgund I'und1I1I1.n. Company. ,
"nir Suppkt REPORT Quincy, \! ... April 1. 1U2H _.... ........ I 19l plal. corporation
-stick fellows who make ouch re- j 8trk.. Fl*.. Mar I. 1021. Jacksonville the women are lending
I have known Bryan In a pub- --- Rpport of th.. Ckrli ut the 1;'.....' Court valuable support to the work in Warrants.. :isu.a..flleIsnu. | ... .. Hill ti. Quirt Till I 'I
S In .nJ tor Mny 1 I. IVitJ I If 9 Ti ,
lr AUTOMOBILE HEARSE nr.lfor.l Counts. Florid. on ... lh Florida l.nn.l A liniiniirillliin Ctim-
way for so long a time that I realis j count of I..... .........d for tile yr ma:2. progress. In Gudsden county the May 1. 192J. .
AIw.,. on hand. The brut Mr Pradford County. I .n,. a C..rvoratt >o. Prank Walls, Onmr K.
only natural for a public man K.: W. HATES.. principal work is being done by wo- 8tai of Florida hay Jim* T. Soul*. an,) Juhn MaK..,
I.1' his tpe to be lied about. It cam ..ve at the lowrat. price. Sp- To Pradford County T* Collxtor. I hvrvby certify that the forevolnic. 'nlomnn tni.'_ of tl"i Kliirlrltt lI,1., C'limnHny. .a '
cto! ttrntlon to telegraph .r- of th. r.i*.1 l|.l* and ,dl.b"om., of thr annx...t..n. W. II IJ.I. wife liar
within my province upon one occasion Emb rnnty Fropvr men.The summer season, with its rains fund of ntatlforiP, County ffir thi* month '.' I net .vl. John I.lloiu nn.l hi'. wife. S ,
S en. Registered .lmr. April I. to hal l due ___ l iulu* l ilrfumlantji whfjn rimiilunc, I
-----------_ -9S71 72 \,.rli. 11)2.1) : I ill true and corrnt. to the bust 1.10.
ure Bryan for an address in aiH Its. .mt collected" ------------_.__l Zl.'u U about here; and the State Board of of my knowlinlv. and bell..r. .r. each

south Florida town. I got up DeWirTcTjONESSTARKE May I. to bnl! due ______.______.- Health says that all should do their (8KAL: O.Clerk W. ALDBBMAN.rirmm" : ('ourt.llraitford You .n"nnknuwn.LIIFF'CINf! .r! hereby riHitilmJIn 97.1

:'n.*> money; I met him at the train; 1 Fin. and Forfdtar* bit to help In thin. greJt state wide Cotinly In' soil !<> .,. )..rll. Juiluo of th.
: FLA April 1. to bal due ._.. _" ____. CIrcuIt aunt for the Kliihth Judlalal' Clr- I
'IIS -? DqT.U
| Br C. A. KNI'illT.Ifouty .
med very business-like; he told Uy. .mt collwtxl ---.---?._?_________ 1821UMay mosquito fight.\ As tho Chief Engineer : ClanS Suit of S .. In anil fur llrailfonj ounly.
m" h on the I lath lay of Jan. ion ,I. a- el'. court.huiu ill
< would talk on any subject I de- "''11' "' ...,, pr.II:><'lII'II''UJll''L'' : of the Hoard "successful In l l .' I.
"j" 1. to bal clue! -___.__._____.__. 754.05 says .> county In 8urh. 10,1".. In
to.nlr Road *n4 anuwtr a bi nf wvmplftint, u'.hibII..i l auitlnityou ,
Mridi control will
,, April I. to bal due __--.74DT.U ,' mosquito require, yearsof Cold Cause Orip and Influenza In .. by Liberty Inviwtrn0n Cii..
II, amt tollrct. ,! concerted untiring cooperative ef erriioration oruanig.4 and, und rlh I r
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LAXATIVE !D.TOM3 OI'I.NINE: !;/ TitloU' 'rm""" I law,* of th. alat of .. ., ,

GENERAL INSURANCE May 1. to bal due -------. .-____. fort. Spasmodic out bursts of enthusiasm cmurfl... Then I.! or.'iy 00 "......'t' fIIlr., I Tli,. bnidff rd f'titmty; T.lr"raph., a w wklirr
Road Il.nd TH and a little work for a day or r. w C 'W't!: 'A, ..0", ... ..p.pi'piibllalwd In Utarl. Hrm.lforU I1i' '
April 1, to bal due ----____ county flnrlda.' la h..b' .''n..1 M tho>
.mt aollected. so means! nothing. As expressed In : n > In whloh notm _
INMAN & I" --------- IM78ft9 h. pub
fOMMHNIDVKRS' SAIEHornby !: I '.f'f Itfht onaeutlv w lu _S
the motto of the Florida Anti-Mos: Th diiorlbvd In lh. hill, nf .. '
May I. to bal dtw ._.... _
--------- .28262.05 nut! I I. irlv.n that un.tcr coil by In the "ml'I'n',
.auu. to la
LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE (_.un, Bchaol quito Association-"Keep Everlastingly virtu of that certain dron* of partition I Iw nulotml airainiit, ll.l". abov whl.h,dwfvndanlH arVartieularly .

April 1. to ba| due : 4 at It." We must remember that for made Kradford and ntrod. I.. th* Clnult Court In and draerlnnl. aa ffillowa. Ui-wltl
14 --------- .1741: ounty. Klorlda In ehanc,.
located in building of E. A. Slrout Firm Agency. Office open ",. .mt Millerted _._. the 'tin of on r. I.lr of Northwmt Quartor. ..0 North
dny April.
---- --- -- .804222 New Jersey fought\ for eleven: yearn A. It. 112,1:I. la favor of Norihtmut. Quarter. North I
Day. Mo,' I. to baJ due --.-.-- --.--,_-16701.34( | ,.? III... II 8. Witaon. L. M. Matthaw an.1 w.t half (.. Kouthwrat
Hours Every ( of Northnuttjuarwr
County Poll achieved. The f.. Matthew. tjuart ,
before results were non* onmplalnant. and. airalmit
April 1. to bal du. ..._____...___ 131.00 M... Eula WlUon, and WHaon. a minor, ,. and all of. th* 1I0u'h.. (jlartr ofNorthia
STARKE FLORIDA U,. amt eollro.J -_______ M.OO community pessimist or knocker has. o.r..n.h.n. the un".i..n.o.1.1 *.ommt.uiofl. .- road t Cu.rt. thit lyinir Htark. w.t and of tha HandtTtonrtni.l. publld

role to play in the conduct of mosquito wil .. of aouth all of .. aalil In SuctIon I ft
=Ti May 1. to bal due| ...-----.._.? 573:00 no ilo<., .f .oiirthnutt In Strk. Florida' 17. Townihlp Mouth.1.1.1 btn. heat, and ,
Total. Hub. 1.1 control work. durlnir, the lnal. ... of aal. on Monday. th. eontamlnc MO I acroa. 'n" laaa and I
April' 1. to bal due ..__ 204. Its dy of Jun. D. 11129. to th hlirh. mor or .11.1 1
-- --- *t ..rci. Ixiui. .
D. A. MORRISON. Jr. t oll .. ______ lie who finds a monnuito in his room and bust .no d..r' .
H. HAROLDHUME; Wm. P. SIMMONS \\I, n td ___..._.? 9W.74 liilu-r for anh In h.ni th* fol.w. I-'our of rlorrnc K, Ca- S 4
Frud nt Vlcop..i id I.nt S... A T'..*. would be far more rood for all concerned Inc d..Mbeo I..nda. to-wltr nova.* .uhill lalon In the North of
May 1. <* bal tlii IwosTll 1 Half of H.1 _
___ Nonh.
--------- W. of (ion 27. Townahiu, t 22 C .
Beet ,",,, Poultry 0Utndln. IndebUdnM* Find if he would endeavor to locate Nouthwust Quarter and four an. In th* and oonUlninv, HI .utl, Rn. )_. .tho
Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers April' I. to bal due ----_ M.aj 8outh.. eornrr of .th. NorthwMt Quarter .... In aeh of .paid Iota m..bales. '
of the mOlluitothan
l<, amt collectKl ..._________._. 7 to.68 the breeding place ..r.uth..t Quarter and South nix son* nf .l"wl On. Containing. 41 KS-100.* 01 i"
Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices condemn and cuss out the efforts tile Eal. H.1 of Northeat Quarter. of Mouth- x.t L. HO and 40-1110 acraa. ..
May .. to bal du. --..-----.___JOIJ.2i| w..t and Av. *.r. Imlniilnic at th. 1'h. contalna. 17 and K-IOI *>m, Lot Four
Prompt Shipment sub 0ckl, Bond of ,th" few who are trying to make Houthw*>t comer of Hou'h..t Quarter of tontaina, 22 .. r1v. ontalna tU and
tpril 1. to hal due --__.....! Nmthweet Quarter .no run hundnrd acr<*.. L
fey amt .ollee.t4l.' _.__.._____,_-,. 162.4 the community a more fit place in thirty Owl. bust .> hnnd" ilnty (rot, 7.11.Wln_ my hand and aval of aid court
A.k your n.i.hbo.-He knows which to dwell. :Mosquito control thne South thre .. th. fwt. then.. thl Idth day of April A r>. 1it.O. .I
May 1. to bal.ihj. ._____u____..__ _-- 171 7a* Wet sit humlreil slut" feot be lnnlnii.. and V.. A AN.
"C. Ut..t pric liat; bcforo buying? U. W. ALDKBMAN.. needs boosters, not knockers. f tn* Northweet Quarter l.f Kmithwrat (Quarter Civrk of Circuit Court for LfER.: County .7
Clerk. rirratl ("_rt. Wtlnn 'rfOu.; .hl nvn. Rn** florid.
E. J.ckHDyiJIe Fla ((5..I. By C. A. Twenty-one, ( of Bradford and B, C. A. KN10I1T..
Painter Fertilizer CO, "KNIGHT.Clerk.. B. Wise-Adv rti ,h atet. of Florida. and the Northeaat. (/"a. P E. KNIGHT. Itaputy' Clark.
t of Ith. Quarter and ,h Northeaat Solicitor fur cmpl..nt. l-Jt-d-19


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1 I I Il ranged beforehand and many Inter- spent a few days of last week In Jack- Ings i> their of East of the mrprnatloniil. ;
3B1 In" China specimens
esting were enjoyed at late sonville of tanning. I tho day Is dated IIII1oLlatl
= games a returned home Friday. one day
l leather have been discovered la company earlier
IIl f -. hour tho hostess served her guests Mrs. T. C. Hazen has been on the with other relics that prove themto en the west of the line. thug

with lemonade and wafers. Everyone sick list for the past few days be over three thousand years old.

News items I present enjoyed the evening. W. W. Thomas of Cooter Pond was The Romans used, leather/ which they lake one-lmlf Honey Rice capful Pudding.! of '
County honov,
l Those present were Misses Connie and bark. Early two
b ; transacting business here Monday alI tanned with nil alum cupful of boiled) rlorj mm \), .
and Dona Padgett Margaret Townsend ternoon.I explorers In America found the In. one and one-lmlf, cupfuls Mfn i'
I egg of
lr Olga Priester Charlotte Savage Clyde Mott of Jacksonville was a \\ lions wearing skins prepared whit/ little onlt nml cinnamon 'nn,! tnllka j'

U InUrottntf facts Gathered During' the Week br Our Clarice Long, Willie Mae John I visitor here Saturday afternoon.Mrs. buffalo dung'' oil and clay. half cupful of rtilstn' Mix well one ml;' i
the Y
I I 11 Regular Correr'ondent$. son, :Messrs. J. R. Townsend Clyde Dyal, of Lake Butler, has had No Improvement In leather, general tookplace put Into a buttered mold sprinkle with i

Crews Wink Loadholtz, Eldred Duncan here on a few days visit with her methods of preparing times Sprees and hake In n moderate 'wen
from the mimt primitive
Harold Priester, Seeber Thomas, daughter, Mrs. W. Crews.A. until thick end brawn. Serve hot or
I - -- --- Oil til about ITflO. when the me of lime

J LAKE BUTLER very able sermon on "Mothers' Day" Malcolm Long and Joe Jones. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was a to loosen the* hair was Introduced. By cold.
I II choir rendered Miss Edna Ivey of Live Oak, arrived business visitor here 1825! English. tnnnera were attempting
Sunday: and the special one day of last Fig Filling for Cake.
I:, "I I ) Lake Butler May-18.-Mrs. Roland music with the aid of the Baptist Monday to be organist during the week.A. to Introduce new methods by which Mix two cupfuls of fresh fig, Jnm
two weeks revival he ghortctieil.
I, i-I Purm-ll has returned to her home in i choir. Mrs. A. C. Strickland verynvc'etly service being con- A. Hazen spent Wednesday attending the tanning proems could with one-hnlf cupful of walnut mi nt<
ducted In tlicxtt experiments -
by Evangelist Roy L. Brown One of tile pioneers
with solo "Mother. to business in Starke. four tatdespoonfuH of crennied 1
2 ::1 I Jacksonville after a visit sang a and wife. wa John HurrUlge. the Inven- htittfr
her mother. S. M. Driggers, of Macclenny tax Following Is given the B. Y. P. U. Instrumentfor and four' tablespoonful of orange
barkoiiieter, an
i 'j The first service of the revival will for tor of the liilre. :Mix nnd spread Mr. and Mrs. VVm. Johnson and collector of Baker county spent Sun- held Monday evening/ Quite a num- program Song next Sunday night: determining the strength of tanning I slightly/ warm yaks

-' Mae left Tuesday Jay here with his family. liquors '
i I daughter, Willie ber were present taking into consideration Introduction-Mrs.
morning for Salt Springs. The many friends{ ?f Miss Mildred 'the Ward.
I1 inclemency of the weather
i returned home Roberts}- surprised her with a farewell > Paragraph I-Mrs. Matheny. Llf. Raft for Wharves and Dock.. I
Dr. J. M. Mann has ,
party Saturday: niichi Miss! Kol})fits Paragraph II-J. D. Baxter. Although ships have curried life .
after n visit to Jacksonville. entertained her pruests with a musical Part two of paragraph II-Orville rafts for many years, the only provision I (8< tots western Newspaper Union I IYOOfe
Messrs. Monroe Doyle, Aubrey Dun- UROOKER Ward. ordinarily made oh docks and ---0_
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program and all present had a delightful
can and Wesley Beach motored to time. Part one and two of paragraph III wharves for accidents the common I

1 Jacksonville Thursday. Brooker, May 18.-Rev. Proctor of -Inez Abernathy. round life preserver. These are In- I

1<'. :M. Rivers and son, Leemun, Those present were Misses Virgie Lake Butler will fill his regular appointment Song. adequate at time, especially In the RECALj.n.E .

+ spent Thursday afternoon in Starke. Hid Ruby Thomas Katherine Epper. next Sunday at the Baptist event of a gang-plank breaking and : TIME
'' R ; Priester Blanche Roberts Part one of paragraph IV-Mrs. I. precipitating several person Into deep / :
Oiga ,
I Ernest Wells, of Lawtey was nbusiness I > ): church.
visitor here Friday. j': a Register: Ella Mae Strickland, Madge of has {Pinholster.. water at once A California seaport, PUT
I Middleton Starke Part two of life YOUR N.4 ME ON THC60ARDHas
paragraph IV-Living realizing this danger has< Installed
lioberts Messrs. Chest.
I rcJ
ii'! Billy
ifs i\ Mrs. Nannie Oaotn of St. Petersburg been here for the past week visiting ston Russ. rafts mounted on trucks for Instant ONE HUNDRED TIMES
tl Y, her Mrs.\ F. O. ..:ul:, Clarence Roberts, Carl Brown, Marguerite Shrivel'
is sister
: visiting Paragraph V-Ray Andrews. moving and launching. They are almost
f. Hosier and Jack Rimes of High
Schell this week. : :ady Miss Loca Anderson of Raiford is Paragraph VI-!. W. Pinholster. the size used by ships but witha

Dr. Seeber King returned home today ;>ring's. here visiting her aunt Mrs. T. C. Ha- Closing double deck: body and u central
"' ; after a visit of two' weeks with Dues Pcrbeth Williams entertained cockpit for passengers the whole be-

r her sister Miss Esther King In Asheville the B. Y. P. U. at the home of her zen.Drs.. Bishop and DePass of Gainesville HAMPTON: ing rigidly! mounted on pontoons. The

N. C. aunt Mrs Onie Pons Tuesday eve were visitors here Friday afternoon buoyancy of these rafts Is sufficient: to

Miss Thelma Parker returned to ning. All present had an enjoyable [ support a large number of persons.
Hampton May 19.-Mr. Davis of
her home in New River after a visit vening and the party lasted until a Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney and' t
Starke was a business visitor here Yes, Tree' Must Eat.
L with Miss Marie Chastain. late hour when the hostess served son were visitors to Gainesville last
P this week. Do know how trees' grow by
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis and children pine apple salad saltines and iced tea. Friday afternoon. you 1 1I
Mrs. F. E. of wood
Henry was shopping in forming new layers directly
r of St.. Petersburg are visiting relatives Those present were Misses Ada ,and II. S. Hazen of Tallahassee has Starke Monday. under the bark: The root. are the C

I I P \- and friends here this week Julia Register, Bessie Kennedy Lula been here on a few days visit; with, Mrs. Mary Prevatt who has been support of the tree, says the School I

q> I f' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson of Scarborough. Mildred Roberts Es- his: parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ha. visiting friends and relatives in Jack-. Book of Forestry. They also supply'

r I Starke are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jno. telle Rosenberg, Christine and Margaret zen. I sonville for the tree with food. Through delicate
several weeks has returned
Croft. Townsend Messrs. Leaman Rivera O. B. Hazen, of Atlanta Ga., wasa home. hairs on the roots they absorb soil

Foster Eddy of Alachua, visited Billy Chestnut, Aubrey and El- visitor here the first of the week.G. I Mrs. I. W. moisture and plant food from the earth
Pinholster of Green
'; a at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. dred Duncan, Monroe Doyle Wink W. Andrews of New River was Cove I and pass them along to the tree. The
Springs is the guest of Mrs. I.I body of the tree acts as a passageway -
Epperson Sunday Loadholtz, W. C. Townsend and J. E. transacting business here Monday.
I I J. Priest this week. through which the food and drink Anyone LaughedAt
t Alvin Clemons Donald. L. R. Gainey after %
4I of Brooker spent spent Saturday Miss Mary Thigpen has been the are conveyed to the top or crown. The
t Sunday with friends here. Miss Henrietta Padgett has returned noon transacting business in Alach guest of her mother, Mrs. Thigpen, crown Is the place where the food 1 II YouBecause a

I Friends of John Croft will be glad home after a visit with relativesand ua. of Gainesville.: digested and the regeneration of trees|

I k 'I I to know that he is Improving after friends at Jasper. R. T. Osteen and H. E. Thomas Rev. W. E. Daugherty, of Starke effected. j jAr w p

c being very ill. Miss Iris Epperson of Starke is were visitors to Hampton ,Sunday.Mr. filled his appointment at the Chris- I You drink very weak tea;

I Leon Shaw of Jacksonville spent visiting Miss Christine Townsend this and Mrs. R.'A. Weeks and children tian church Sunday. Screech Owl. Ominous? Of course they bave. Your hoc

Sunday here with friends. week. I spent Sunday afternoon over at Mrs. Idella Priest who has been In some sections of the country people tess: "How do you take your
e '. Miss Mildred Roberts and Missy Worthington.Messrs. believe that when a screech owl tea?" You : "Ver).weak please,
Mrs. Garland of Jacksonville visiting her E.!; L.
son Priest of Green
Ruth Richard left Monday morning J. I. Dubose and Nelson alight and begins to send out Its one teaspoonful of tea, tbe rest
Is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Cove Springs, has returned to her a'' hot ,
Into the
1 for Madison where they will prepare Green of Starke and Misses Mana shivering cry night It Is water If you please. !Hostess -
Rosa Duncan. home. sign of some UI luck which Is soon to (showing you the cup) : "In
and Leila Mae
take Iva
to teachers Colson
examination.Col. Andreu
I Miss Edith Collins has returned H. B. Weest has been a business befall them. Particularly do Ignorant this weak enough You (eye-

J. H. Williams left Sunday for home after a long visit with relatives and Inez Abernathy were visitors to visitor to' Union county. people put faith In this sign. Many lag the dark black tea) : "Oh

; 2 Tallahassee where he will spend a In Clearwater and Dunedin. Worthington Sunday afternoon. The Houser Hotel caught fire last have been heard to say that It betokens dear', no--that Is far too strong."

few days. I W. C. Armstrong, missionary evan- Messrs. Guy Pinholster Clyde Ward, Saturday from the kitchen flue. The the early death of a loved one. No | Hostess: "Very well, I will put

., William Chestnut spent the weekend gelist of Harmony Baptist association Misses Ha Belle and Ruby Crosby of: flames were extinguished before any more utterly false specter of the Imagination some hot water Into It" You:
Jacksonville, spent the week-end here was ever created. A screech "Thank lljstem. "I this
w in Gainesville with his sister. you. : *
i I passed through here this week. He serious /damage was done.
I i with friends. owl Is quite harmless. In fact, they right?" You : "No, I urn sorry
Mrs. E. B. Collins
and little
son, was at one time/ pastor of the First Dr. Middleton of Starke, was a
are quite valuable pretty little -but
night If
; the hot
\ Miss Clara Cone spent Thursday in you put wateron
I Willard of Lady Lake spent the weekend Baptist church. LaCrosse. professional visitor here this week.J. birds.-Our Dumb Animals. j one teal
I with Mrs. George W. Coleman. Miss Connie Padgett entertainedthe C, Prescott, of Brooker was a I would be right thank "
,t Messrs. Shelton and Tom Hall, off Senior Epworth League of the G. B. Colson and son, Ressie, spent business visitor here Tuesday.P. International l Date-Lin. I[ This goes on always and then

Gainesville, spent Sunday with their first Methodist church at a social at Saturday afternoon in Starke. 1\[. Geiger of Theressa was The International Date-Line Is a by- there It a laugh, and someone

mother. the home of her parents Mr. and J. C. Cone was a visitor to Starke transacting business here this week. 'pothetlcal line, coinciding approximately says Why drink It at all? No

i 9 Rev. F. W. Cramer pastor of the Mrs. P. M. Padgett, Monday evening. and Lawtey Thursday.P. Frank Abernathy of Graham was with the meridian of longitude one really understands what

First Methodist church 'Preached ,a Miss Padgett had her plans well ar- M. Barefoot and P. A. Crosby transacting business here Monday. 180 degrees from Greenwich. fixed by''! weak tea Is.
spent Saturday afternoon in Starke. International agreement as the place SO
4v During the electric storm here on
Messrs. Nelson Green and Donald where each calendar day first begin j your Getaway here I I.:
Monday afternoon David Swindle'sbarn
Adkins of Starke were guests of For practical purposes the merMliin Is That you are at least trying I
friends here Saturday night. was struck by lightning killinghis not strictly followed, for the line rue to be a good mlx.rby .-
I mare and colt. The barn contained through Alaska '., ((3 McClure Newspaper. Syndlcat.I .)
& regularlythrough
: WILLENItOLL Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of Plant
$5.00 hay and would have been destroyedhad the l'.uX-c; ocean from mirth j
I City were here the first of the week .
prompt assistance not been ren ,ta.iuaea. tLxraw --- ---
visiting relatives. dered.
C. E. Crosby who has been teaching
The revival services at the Metho-
t YOU IN THE school at Kenanaville for the past
dist church are well attended and
four months has returned home. I
much interest is being manifested.Rev. .
I M. P. Matheny and W. M.\ Gilyard
Simpson of Starke is assistingin I
spent Monday afternoon in Gaiii'es S. R. Johns Whole-
I the services.
i Ford Weekly Purchase Plan ville.Mrs. \ ,

u L. T. Osteen who has been GKAIIAM

here on a two weeks' visit with relatives .

returned to her home at' Plant
..t'h I sale House
h I' City Sunday. Graham May 18.-Messrs. Irving Package
Dyal and Geiger Barry were visitors!
You can now buy and pay for a Ford I Deputy Baisden and Jake Johns, of t'j' the coMity seat Monday .

Car out of your weekly earnings on they I Starke here Monday.Ira were. attending to business Mrs. LeRoy Smith and little son, J.,

Ford C., of Ocoee, are visiting her'parents.
Weekly Purchase Plan.
# week-end Colson here of with Pine friends.Hill spent the I Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murrhee. JUST ARRIVED CAR

Misses Ruby Tillis and Agnes Daniel

f j Thousands of families are taking advantage Mrs. T. L. Godwin and children, of .*. V-nucliula, are vlltlnolJ'es! : FLOUR GUARANTEED
f Alachua, spent a few days of last
t es Mottle and Minnie Ogden.
of this new way to buy a Ford and week here visiting relatives.C. .
Marvin Ogden ol High Springs,
will soon be driving their own cars enjoying E. Crosby was attending to bus- spent the week-end with his parents.

....... 1 all the benefits and advantages of iness H. P.in Gainey Gainesville was Monday.a visitor to the Mr. and Mrs. Truby Dyal and Ray- 96 lb. Sacks Selfrising,. $3.90
g mond Brown of Long Branch spent 48 lb. "
motor transportation county Bent Thursday. $1.95
the week-end with his parents.A .
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Seville spent 24 Ib. u"
crowd of young folks enjoyed a 98c

The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly Saturday A. J. Sowell and Sunday has been in Jacksonville on the sick fish fry at Sampson lake Saturday 121b. 'r 55c

,A simple. You can enroll'with an list for the past few days.A. night.
Messrs. E. J. and Dewey Murrhee
I initial. low five dollars each A. and T. C. Hazen have purchased SURENUFF FLOUR
payment as as Schell Byrd and Tom Mills motoredto

e 4 week. You add to first Ford touring cars. the county seat Saturday after I
your payment Mrs. L. A. Cook of Bradford wasa

; as much or as little as you feel you cans visitor here Saturday afternoon. noon.Misses Mattie and Minnie Ogden Everything in the feed line at the right price. You

afford. Those enjoying the fish fry at the will save money by seeing me. I
I, Ruby Tillis and Agnes Daniels of
river Saturday were: J. D. Baxter
and family Mr. and Mrs. I.V.. Pin- VVauchula spent Sunday afternoon TJhAijnPPl Line. TjherMult and the Horse Feed.

a I \ ., This money is placed in the bank and. holster :Mrs. T. P. Ward and children with Geiger Frances Barry Murrhee.was a business visitor kind at the right, the price. the old cow. The right

draws G. B. Colson and family, S. V. An
interest. In a short time deposits to AIiK'hua Saturday.
I your dreu and family Mr. and Mrs. E. B. See the line, see what you buy, get result that
the interest Thoy Dyal was a visitor to Waldo i i.
plus the
paid by bank
Andreu Mr. jxnd Mrs. R. E. Fox. what it take Everything sold
Thursday.Mrs. at bargain
; will be sufficient to obtain delivery of worth Z. V. Russ and family W. H. pice. I
Lewis Byrd was a business am always glad to have you call and get prices.
Harrell and my
the'car., family of Bradford P. .
caller to Waldo Friday afternoon.
M.\ barefoot and family Misses lie Armours Star Hams, Seminole Bacon Strips, all

p. Belle and Ruby Crosby of Jacksonville fresh and good. I want
- f ... Start today and before realize it Clara Cone Messrs. Guy Pin- your business. I want to save I
t i you you PROGRESS MADE ,IN TANNINGProc you money, so get my prices before buying.
holster Clyde Ward J. I. Dubose,
will be
4 : driving your own Ford Car. Nelson Green Donald Adkins 'of *** Known to B. at Least Thr*. I buy Chickens and Eggs, I carry the feed for the

.. Starke.J. Thousand esar.Old, but Improvement chickens, the right kind.

F. Turner of Clayno was trans- Cam. Slowly.At .

ffl acting business here Monday.Mr. I

t j' J. W. Andrews Jr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and first akin were cured by Imply

{ son, Guy, and Clyde Ward }lr. and cleaning and drying. Then It WM
: Mrs. C. J. Crews of found the texture of the leather Improved -
Bradford were
of ; Authorized FORD Dealer S. R.
visitors to Worthington Sunday af by the as* of smoke, sour milk, JOHNSStarke
various oils and the brains of the aDo
ternoon. .
lie< lank o Starke U acting as depository for ImaJs taemselre Later It wu dl*. .
payment F. A. Andrew, of New River, was a
covered that certain astringent barks
made connection with the Ford
Weekly Purchase
visitor here Saturday.
a Plan. and vegetable. effected permanent Fla. I
Frank E. Wood of Jacksonville, chance* In the texture of skins and .
'i r was a visitor here Tuesday. -*/ stopped decay.' The ancient Egyptians

.Mr. and Mrs. John Shrlrer, who] possessed! UU. knowledge for en.gray!: _



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