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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 25, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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;7J; I fRY TO STOP DISQUALIKII i i: THREE 1'ACKINT.; : ; HOUSES:: :NOW :. MILITARY: TRAINING: :MRS. :NEFF ENTERTAINS:: : 1iIi\l)- R\I'TlS n.IUl'n...\ 8 :\I"T---' 1'01:1'TO' FIFTY CHINESE: .,:. <' ."'
\FION OF OTHER JUDGES,'
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Starke Uidt Fair to Heroine Tomato ) ** ;
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ilanussee, May 21.-Believing at- Center iI j Col. K. L. Boyd, brigade execu- Mrs. Eil. R. Neff entertained the Thursday evening the young men's Calexico, Cal., May 22.! -Betweert ; ,

10rli(, ,, ror T. W. Higginbotham: the tive .16 Ith Inf., U. S. army reserve, reading culcle of the Methodist Missionary class of the Baptist Sunday school forty and fifty Chinese were believed "t\ 1'1: t

whipping, boss," charged with first Starke now has three tomato pack- states that he has received a large ; Society Monday afternoon, met at the home of the teacher, J. .T. to have been burned, to death in a fire I'.tA'; .

wfifi" murder in connection with the I ing houses.! Last summer we hud on- number of applications) for the Citl- from four to six, 'at her attractive Quigley/ and a pleasant time wall which caused dumutfe vstimateil at 'f -

death ''if Martin Tabert, will attempt ly onof\ small proportions, on ac-j i ZII1SIilitary: Training Camps to beheld home on :N. Walnut street. spent in planning the activities. of the $1,000,000:; Mexlculi:\ Lower California .I.

't, qualify other Judges who are count of the small tomato production; during the month of August at Miss Amelia Ray directed the lesson class for the summer. according to n statement by A. .; ,

?,' ". Cross City to try the case, now it looks as though throe well ap- Camp Braggs, N.C., Camp McClel- which- was taken from the book Through the courtesy of Charles) 11. llardwlck, chief of police of Ca- I ; ,5' ,

wrh, ; of the legislature have pre081' pointed packing houses will hardly be lan, Ala., and Fort Barrancas, Fla., of study, "Building With India," and F. Puce, of Washington, I 1) C., tin- levico tonight. Fourteen bodies have ;I ,,l ,

<'"l i measure which will be pre- able to handle the crop. I and that only a few more vacancies the lesson was discussed by Mrs. J. class! has! been granted the prhileiro! been recovered, ho stated. Th fir( i '.

lIi! today to make it impossibleiiqualify The lease of W. E. Lee & Co., of''| exist of Florida's quota. W. White, :Mrs.\ F. If. Long, :Mrs. E. of the tennis court nl'lIrIII'\ Quigloy's! I was still raging at a late hour.Chief I J I ,,

the second judge merely the cannery building\ having expired, ':' Young men between the ages of 17 K. Perryman, Mrs G. C. Sweat, Miss! hump, and clay Is being hauled, to re- I IUnl\vicl< ,said two blocks in I<- '' a I I

iflldnvits from two reputable citi- and the canning of grapefruit being and. 21 will\ be accepted, and a fine opportunity Olive Ray and Mrs. J. II. Hitch. Mrs. pair' the grounds fence repaired.!, netting Chinatown have been ,destroyed' and t..t

toO< oven for the season, they have moved, awaits some fortunate Grace Ford made an interesting talkon put up and everything arrangedfor the others seemed doomed vTho ti

fii. bill has been prepared by the into the building on Ninth street for-' young men to secure a month's interesting missions! in India and told of the playing' tennis and other games. fourteen bodies were recovered( .. i t

m.i, "M' committee on judicial affairs, merly occupied by C. S. Hurling. outing at Uncle Sam's expense work that she and her family had The class! is composed of enthusiastic : from one building, it was reported by ,

mposed of nine leading attorneys There Messrs. E. S. Johnson and It.l' The. War Department pays transpor- dine in helping to educate a numberof young men who are up and doing, police
The need of such tation and subsistence well as furnishing and the class is added. .!. each '
if th legislature. C. Hutchinson buy, pack and ship all as young men in India being to The! fire was believed fb have start. .
has been recognized for somo uniforms! for all accepted ap- week.. ed
aW the tomatoes that come to them. The During the social hour charming in Chinatown, but the cause was F

turn. ind the circuit judges in con Lee Company also have a packing 'I, plicants. was enjoyed. !Mrs.a A. Z./ Those present! at this meeting woro not determine, The victims were believed I (r'

ference here several months ago suggested house at Hampton and another at |I Previous military service nut neces grogram Adkins, accompanied) blMrs.. E. K. Charlie Johns, Charlie Powell, Hersrhell to have been caught In cellars I "

that the present law should be New River. sary. Perryman, sung"Roses";- and "Lulla Crosby, John 1'0w'III'ln and sub-cellars: where they had gotiti A ,t

amended.An & Thomas This is a continuation of the Platts- Beck Thomas Limbuugh and, J. T. to escape the heat. .
Truhy keep busy as biga by" by Lieurance. l..ittloIisses: Mar- .
effort will be made to enact the burg movement started before the Quigley
force their packing h"uIIcan
as garet Neff Kenellu and l Louise Snyder
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I World War and first 'attendance atone I Refreshments for the '
measure and secure the signature of accommodate evening were
and ship a large num- itatlonll'that
OUR MOUNTED POLICE;
/gave 'amusing re .
of these carries no obligation ; fruit punch and r..ra.n.I'TIST st
the before Thursday when camps wu
/governor ber of crates of tomatoes daily. These were heartily encored, and were followed I
whatever for further service
Judge Campbell of DeFuniak Springs! gentlemen, before starting in, took I Ist.ps ,' by Mrs. E. L. Biggs sweetly Chief Kite now rides a black steed .
to Cross City to the in the army. CliritCII BULLETINThe
1\111 go resume to secure an abundance of fruit :I singing, "Just Been Wandering: All of the famous Ford strain, bred at the
special' term of circuit court of Dixie and crate materials there wil Ibe Young men who attend will return r.to
so well
t Day Long" and "Alone in Love's Gar- known f. stud farm at Detroit -
:ounty which came to a sudden halt no stoppage while the season lasts. I I home much improved in health and den. Mrs. E. M. Johns closed the regular services of the church Mich. Since he became mounted, ? is

Friday when Judge Home disqualified I Aubrey Moore, proprietor of the ; with a respect for kindly but firm dis- program with a delightful reading will be held on Sunday next. Bible Mr. Kite has been able to satisfy! it i ,

t himself Peoples Grocery Store, is the lessee'I cipline, a better understanding of citizenship tellingfi/ of the troubles of u small boy school at l\1.1>: 15: n. m., J. T. Quigley, su long felt desire, that of finding, the s

The Florida house of representatives I of the cannery building, which he us- '' and tell many stories of a who tore his trousers and was afraidof perintendent. Divine worship at 11:00: boundaries of Starke and to i see If '*,

with nine dissenting votes, this es for a packing house, and therefore :I most enjoyable vacation filled with the consequences. when the pastor will conclude the sories -, certain streets really exist or lire only -

afternoon passed a measure abolishing has plenty of room. The first of the i 1 interesting and novel work. The hostess served ice cream and of !sermons. on the subject of "En mythical.Mr. .

i the state law providing the disqualification I week a force of carpenters, directedby I In civil life Col. Boyd is district wafers, assisted! by Ed. NelT, Jr., Mrs durance." These sermons are based Kite has not been equipped' i,
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of judges upon affidavitsb C. N. Cooper, put up convenient manager of the Southern Bell Telephone II. M. Snyder and Mrs. Bruce Normanof on the character of \Moses, whose life with seven-league boots! and has never 1

two citizens claiming him to be sorting and packing tables, sufficientfor I & Telegraph Company at Jack- Jacksonville.For l is crowded with lessons for old.! and been able to patrol any but thd

prejudiced The bill is aimed to prevent a large number of workers, and sonville, and will answer any correspondence decoration, vases of pink roses young. most important streets.! This. wan II'

the Higginbotham defense attorneys Thursday the work began in earnest. I with reference to thesecamps. and Shasta daisies were used in the The senior and junior B. Y. P. U. not his fault At the rate he now visIts t r

) from repeating the disqualification :Mr. Moore is a farsighted/ young 1 reception room, and in the living room meet at 7:00: ) p. m. (Evening worship the remote regions and discover t

of Judge Campbell, who succeeded business man, and from indicationslast I Inasmuch as Florida's quota ,its almost bowls of daisies and zinnias. nt 8:00.:() The sermon topic will be In new streets day after day, lie will d

Home In the boss" filled( prompt action should betaken the form of question, "Where. Do
"whipping summer, was confident that the a soon. be able to maku a map of the 't
trial. I by any one desiring to attend. You Live ?" Sometime before Sunday determined I t'
growing of tomatoes would amountto A YAJM OF PUPPIES: town. lie Is also to stop

a big thing this season. He there- evening read the first chapter of the practice of racing on the paved

FORESTRY BILL BY MR. :MATTHEWS fore took steps to secure both toma- :NOTICE TO PUI'ILS Dr. J. J, Dullen "points with pride" John's gospel, with u view to discovering streets, and that of exceeding, the ," ,

BEFORE THE HOUSE: toes In plenty and the necessary cap- to four snow-white little puppies, the test t from which thin theme speed limit, which ho could not do) i t

ital to handle them. He has an im- I shall be glad to see at ..the school each being I 0 inches long, thus mak- is drawn; meditate upon It and then u-foot. m' y

Tallahassee, May 21.-A forestrybill mense lot of crate stuff on hand, stillis building, Monday morning May 28th, ing a "yard! of puppies." They arc come tn the -crvlce and tee if your Night/ Marshal Alvarez now has a ,
he has enough. at 9 o'clock, all pupils who .desire to thoughts have moved along the same \blue khorse instead of white a y
was introduced in the house of not sure that the offsprings of a little white dog, a one, as ,4 1
of of tomatoes near- make up work in algebra and geom- line as the speaker's. This In an engaging formerly which renders him loss ,
representatives by Mr. Matthews The acreage over of uncertain breed, in which the span- conspicuous
immense. etry, or to do extra work. At that Bxcrciso C and one from which doers. But t'star
is to
bill Brdaford possibleevil
Bradford county, Saturday, the ly all of county iel predominates, noted for her unus
being! entitled: Although there are still plenty of time classes will be organized and ual intelligence. The puppies have inah profit may be gained., This in ( two little coffee mills lit the a J dpower

could be soldat the work will begin at once. Tuition a family church, so encourage the house have the -
that to grind out
left
An act creating a state board of strawberries not "come to stay," for they will soon ,
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little of this product will be just as reasonable as it is pos inildren in their attendance electric lights, the streets at night are i is
forestry, prescribing its membership, a profit' very all be f grten uwuy, tj ,ill a long felt v
powers and duties; vesting power in ] is brought in; there is no time to pick'berries sible .to make it. ? want" in other families. so dark an tVmake even a white home 4,
S. S. DOWLING. REVIEW COURSE FOR TE\CIlJoltS:
the state board of forestry, to adopt Harvesting beans, sweet corn As usual, Dr. Bullon has the show invisible.!

mil enforce rules and regulations, and tomatoes keep the growers busy, garden of the city. And as usual, he t it '

governing the work of said board; and hundreds of bushels of luscious! METHODIST has some choice /flowers, including A review course for teachers who SAMPSON: rrn,
wish to themselves for August
providing for the employment of a berries are left to rot in the fields. dahlias. Now he has a dahlia plant prepare
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Come examinations will be given here
forester! and fixing his compensation! Some /growers hint that there is more with that bears two flowers on one flower Sampson City, May 2:>.-I* L, Johns" r
and bring your children you. at the school building. The work will
ind prescribing! his duties; prescrib- money and less work in growing other stem, something so unusual that a motored to Hampton Sunday after
and 8:00p.
Preaching at ll:0p: a. m. : begin June 11th and continue eight
njr penalties for violation of the provision produce and that strawberry growing photograph, has been taekn of this! noon. f
m., by the pastor. weeks.! All subjects included. In examination -
'! of this act, and appropriating here will eventually cease. I freak amUsent to'a noted botanist.PRESBYTERIAN !Miss Ethel-: Varnes attended the o
Wednesday second and third
Prayer meeting every for first,
moneys out of the state treasury for It is a fact that our farmers have Vurnes-Willlunm wedding in ,-Sturko ; ,,, 1
i at 8QO.I wilt bo Reasonable J
certificates tauiclit.
evening : grade -
of in the strawberry rut too long Sunday, .. ;
'urrying out the provisions thisict kept : : t
|I Last Sunday morning, Rev. J. B. rates of tuition will be charg
and for other purposes. for their good, and we hope their eyes !Mr. and, :Mrs. J. N. Thomas mid I little C tt
; elder of the Jack- {
Rooney, presiding ed. t'
; are becoming opened to better pos1siblities 'God' has Hill best thing! for the few daughter, Cleo, !Mr. mid Mrs. W. t tto .
sonville district, preached an impressive S. S. DOWLING. .
PROTECT THE BIRDS I in other directions.EVOLUTIONISTS That dare to stand the test; J. Roheraon a id L. L. Johns motored r ,
to large congregation.While r
I sermon a the God has His second choice for those Hampton Bench Thursday.Fred I..
here Mr. Rooney was guestof \VOODLAWN ,
Recently a boy wearing a Boy Scout I : SCORE A VICTORY Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Simpson.STANLEY' Who will not have Ills best. L. Denver and Mr. Porter itio-

uniform passed by with an air gun OVER BRYAN IN :MEET Sunday school at 10 a. m. tored to Starke Monday.R. I i
I Rev. D. L. Phillips spent the weekend
trying to shoot the birds. Later a : BALDWIN IS TilE Preaching services at 11 a. m. and at Theressa guest of his brother, Lee Gibson of Gainesville and, i

(hue>' jay with a broken leg was seen Com- 8p.m. Miss Mamie Hall motored to Waldo
I'resl-jferian Assembly Do" nlf BRITISH PRIME :MINISTEULondon : ; James Phillips.
fluttering about my door. It caughtIn moner's Resolution -a Strangers always welcome.T. Sunday.Mr. .
-- I \Mrs Herbert Bradley and \Miss Mo-
a wire fence and I extricated it. J. HEDGES, and Mrs. W. II. Smith and, lit-
Baldwin
22.-Stanley zelle the
May I Browning spent Friday ut '
That boy disgraced his uniform. lie Minister. tlo daughter, Uociu, spent Sunday:! ( i
J. is the
the
Indianapolis, May 22.-William chancellor of exchequer, county site.
with his Mr. and 'Mr R. II.
parents, *
aught not onlyto
to know birds
that are
Bryan was defeated and evolutionists British prime minister in succession A large/ crowd attended the sing at ,

( make life cheerful, but are essential scored a victory today when the gen- i! to Andrew Boner Law. Having followed SLIGHT FIRE the hone of Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Norman Smith, of Hawthorn. i ,
Ray Goodge, of Pulatku, spent Sunday I
to our life. Scientists tell us that and
the Presbyterian the constitutional practice afternoon.
of Sunday
If eral assembly! I fire hero with hU mother \Mm.. \M. E. y
it at 7:30 ,
were not for the birds the va- Tuesday evening : a
church of the United States of Amer- ascertained the views of the conserv- Mr. and Mrs. J. M Norman and,

rious pests would destroy all vege- ica defeated the commoner's resolu- ative leaders through the medium of alarm wan turned in from the residence i- !Mrs. N. D. Davis were\ visitors to Goodge. : ,
table and plant life. One bird eats teach- I Lord Stamford Ham of Mrs. J. J. Sparkman on W. Mrs. C. A. Worley and children, of b'
tion to bar schools permitting It his secretary, Starke Thursday.
Gainesville visited friends here Sun-
me and half its weight every Madison street. When the firemen ,
a own
of the revolutionary hypothesisfrom the king came to town today and with Misses Beatrice and, Irene Davln
twelve hours. No doubt much of the ing arrived a few minutes later, however, day.
offered the
of church funds. out further delay premier. were visitors to the State Farm Sat
expense of the farmer could be savedif use substitute ship to Mr. Baldwin, who accepted. the blaze had been extinguished.The urday. Colonel Johns, oNew River, Is via I ;
adopted
assembly a
The caused the big iting his sister, l\I rH. Claud Brown, I a
the wanton hunter did not kill so fire had been by
Baer
.
resolution offered by John Willis -- Mr. and Mrs.' R. M. Osteen spent
many of our birds.A. Pasadena which In mild terms directed ATTENTION:' VETERANS oil stove used' in the kitchen, which Sunday with her father at Maxville. this week. i e v
of been shored so News reached hero last! week announcing ,
had
E. DUNHAM. by some means
synods and Presbyterians to Mm. D. L. Phillips and daughter, j
the birth ofI to Mr.
son
the wall that the wall wa
their official approval( from .As the next regular meeting day of near paper Mrs W. H. Norman, spent Sunday at + '
6,0(10( FORD CARS :MADE IN: ONE: "withhold set afire. A neighbor soon extinguished and Mrs. F. P. Jones. of Ft. Plerco. r
where No. 1617 U. C. Thereto with relatives.Mrs. .
educational institutions any J. J. Dickison Camp '
Mr. Jones. has friends herO who .
many ,
damagewas
DAY the blaze and only slight
which June 3rd it Is Herbert and children )
teaching or instruction is given V., falls on Sunday, Bradley will extend congratulation ,
.
that the beheld done.CHRISTIAN for Miami where she
materialistic evo- ordered meeting left Tuesday
establish hereby
a
to
and seeks Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Vurnea and children 1
Daily production of Ford cars philosophy of life or which on the following Thursday, June will join her husband, who has em-
trucks went the 6,600 mark on lutionary CHURCH: :o. OTES Ramie, Herbert and Bessie. visited 1
over disregards or attempts to discredit 7th. As many comrades as can come, ployment there. of 4r
her mother Mrs. A. V. Varnllll. j
,
Wednesday, May 0, it was announced st .
Christian faith. are urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. William attended -
the of Starke last Week.
through/ the Ford News. A series of evangelistic services ,
W. T. WEEKS, church at Union Sunday.
Mr. (
6 The fundamentalists, under to begin Rob Warren, of Palatka, wa a visitor k4
The production on that day was ,- went down fighting Attest: Captain Commander.S. were announced last Sunday Mr and Mrs. Troy Bennett, of t}
)JI">, exceeding by 25 the last highest Bryan's leadership, the first Sunday in July and continue here Sunday. e''
F. MORGAN, Highland Sunday here with
day, Friday, May 4, when a record in the most bitterly waved strug- Adjutant. indefinitely. My son, William, an ordained relatives.W. ., spent Mr*. J. N. Thomas and son, Luclan J ,

jf 6,590 was established.The gle the general assembly has seen, minister who I I..* now in Milli- are visiting her sister, Mrs. Frank t %', +
since II. Norman was a business visitor
according to church historians, Tenn. will have chargeof Rosingnol in Jacksonville this week. :
assembly plants gan College, ,
twenty-eight
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Mrs. May to Starke Saturday.Carl .
''f the Ford Motor Company throughout Charles A. Briggs, of Union TheologIcal the singing and otherwise assistme The G. S. & F. carpenter gang Is -t +
Middleton and
Jones :Miss Madge Carter returned homo Monday
unfrocked more '
the country operate on an eight- Seminary, was because of his Old Gerald Middleton motored to Jackson- in the meeting. from Webster, where he has been the here this week repairing the depot I II
hour out of 6- than 30 years ago;; He is engaged as singing evange- and section house
basis and the turning .
relatives the week
ville Monday to visit re- !guest of relatives for past I
615 completed cars and trucks in a : Testament criticisms.In list for 7 weeks in Tennessee! beforehe
final fight, it was layman turning home Tuesday. CEMETERY WORKING ti
day means that they were'run oft the the returns to college. CEMETERY WORKING t +
with :Mr. Bryan
assembly! lines at the rate of one every against layman, shouted when'the assembly granted Bible school at 10 a. m. Let all -
Mr. Baer in a debate that even er There will be a cemetery working j
four seconds. against of personalities. him 13 minutes to reply. "I dont come on time.Preaching Those Interested in Kingsley lake
reached an exchange "En )I at the McKinney cemetery on June 1,
To at 11 a. m., subject,
make this enormous output possible banker want my democracy used against this cemetery will meet there Wednesday,
Mr. Baer, a California 1923. Everyone interested please bd i ,
the tremendous manufacturing who has ever held cause. I don't want any republican to durance Contests. May 30th, with suitable tools. Bring
on hand with implements to work
facilities of the company, embracingthe and only layman moderator, is chairmanof appeal to republican by referring: to At 8( p. m., "According to Your full baskets and come. prepared to i /
with.
office of for the meeting.W. ,
Park and River the Faith. Preparation
great Highland democratic beliefs."I all -
which had my stay day.Baseball '
education,
on MRS. J. A. J. McKINNEY.
Rouge units committee E. DAUGHERTY,
plants and other factory resolution in its helped this nation get prohibi- .

are operating on a twenty-four hour rejected the Bryan tion. Did do any more, Brother Minister.
you
is vice chairmanof J: M. Mitchell in t Is
Mr. Bryan spent Monday
day of three 8-hour working shifts, report. Baer? Was I mistaken in that fight T Today

employing more' than' 100,000 men. the committee.The reached. personalities I helped this nation get woman's suf BARBER SHOPS TO CLOSE FOR Lake City. .

Ford high quality standards are argument Did do any more than I THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAY -
when Mr. Baer, presenting his reso- frage. you For the purpose of securing funds Mr. and Mrs. James Warren and
consistently! maintained in every ope- and I mistaken then? I want -
ration entering into the constructionof lution, declared Mr. Bryan "is a{ hon- was The City Barber Shop and S. L. for the local Scout team, the second ton, McBride, of Jacksonville, motor. f

these popular cars. est as he can be-but he is mistaken, engaged Alvarez's barber shop will close each nine of Starke will play the "leans" ed to Kingsley lake Sunday and spent

as he has been before." the last 25 Was I mistaken In Thursday afternoon during the sum thia afternoon (Thursday) at Duncan the day with her mother, fra. M. L,
yean.
"I want to object to the statement Park, 3:30.: Admission, 15c and 25c. Johns.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan spent the common- those views T" mer. .9fro
Brother Baer,
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.! STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 25, 1923.fit .

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is I The county ommisioners pautdre.ulutlons $l3Orw) is a starter with other
severing their contract to follow. aid digestion.
P I 1 with T. J. Knahb, state se najor, for ': .
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i the leasing of prisoners and demand-i The heavy rain, following the torrid I It also keepsthe .. .
i' tag the immediate return of all Ala- teeth I
rays of the sun on a wood >shingled II clean
',' oboe county prisoners' lease to him. roof covering the house of Mrs ( breath sweet I

'" E. L. Turner, 507 Central avenue, i I appetite keen.
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i Sent to the Gordon Keller hospital Bradentown, caused smoke-like effect
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Municipal JudgeC. Edmund Worth to rise from the shingles just I 71ce Grtat American .

S because he wan too ill to stand trial after the rain stopped and the sun Sumtmat

". O. S. Glastford, who was charged came out again Thursday afternoon. I .
1 'I with assaulting Arthur Mitchell: died The folks thereabouts supposed thel i

11 at the hospital after eating a quantity house! to be on fire, so the department :

I iF of rat poison. was called out. / Ssr.tle '
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Heart broken'over' the breaking of TheTelegraph
Stoutamire of Tallahasse, to be
her engagement as the result of "- -
I4 r i sheriff of Leon county, to fill the un- a -4/JJJ1T'- -
quarrel with her fiance
Ed Sumner,
b expired term of former Sheriff J. R. I
:Mis
Ruby Flanagan committed suicide
1 Jones, recently removed by the governor V. A. Garrison, age 47, prominent
by shooting herself
through the
{ ; following the investigations attorney of Zolfo, fell under train No. i iI .
heart, in his i
at hour
an early
presence
'
I and recommendations of the senate. I iA9, enroute from Lakeland to Fort
:Monday morning. The tragedy occurred -I
Myers. Both legs being cut off. The.
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f on the second l floor of the De-
'$ I i Florida citrus shipments'; ;, for the I train was held here and three doctors .
Long building, Dade City, which is
t t'' first time in history, passed the 40- were rushed from Wauchula who accompanied -
used. ] as! a rooming houo, where b'th
000 carload mark for the season during him to Arcadia where he
' I the past week, according to the of the parties had their lodgings I was taken to 'a hospital for immediate .

weekly citrus market review of Geo. attention. He was also accom 1 y

A. Scott, general salesmanager of the F. L. Starling, of Galloway, aged j panied by his wife and three children..
i Florida Citrus Exchange. 4.> ;years a prominent buyer and Attorney Garrison had been to Wau-' .

) \ packer of fruits and vegetables, died chula for the day and in some man-

j St. Petersburg is to have her firs Sunday morning about 3:30 o'clock as ner slipper! under the train as he i

ink factory, it became known :Monday, the result of injuries received In an was alighting/: before it came to a.

., when announcement was made of the automobile accident, when the car stop. .

dig opening of temporary laboratories at which Mr. Starling was driving from ";) ,
I
j. 338 Eighth avenue north, by J. E. Plant City to Lakeland turned comely Wilbur i' t
) Purpaul, aged 30 years! ,
Homer Kerr and his father, W. A. over, landing on its tires, on the met death
# by drowning in the waters
curve at the
Hillsborough-Polk
I Kerr.-St. county
Petersburg Times. line. Matanzas: bay with R. L. Mason, !',
of St. Augustine. The boat began to'': Is one of the necessariesof
dnS Sheriff R. C. Baker, of Palm Beach '
count, was reinstated in office by A lock is being built between the leak when in mid channel, and both life for Bradford
r men decided to swim for shore
at ,
St. John
f the Senate. lIe bad been under suspension river and the lakes In Lake

,& b for several \veeks, the Governor county and the Leesburg Commercial directly North Beach and Mason point.went Perpaul in with swam the County people, and that
having removed him on the sees ocean going steamers going
f strength that ho conspired to violate down the St. Johns, up the Oklawuha tide. Although his not so strong a swimmer I this fact is becoming more
as companion Mason reached
i the prohibition laws. and thence through a canal to the
lakes of Lake county, and docking at 'I shore in safety and upon turning to and all
look for more recognized
the of Perpaul heard his cry fur
port LecHburg.) The project
The Bank of Hastings paid out in
the is now under construction and it is J for help. The young man went" back the time is the
neighborhood in by
$100,000 seen
pay- said to his! aid but was too late and after
that it will be
completed within
rolls last week, the most of it on reaching :North Iteach in he
safety
!
twelve months.
p I .Friday and Saturday. Thjs sum secured a row" boat and came hack to number of new subscribers -

I : went to laborers in the potato fields town to bring the sad news, to relative
and give one a slight idea of the All work has ceased on the oil and friend | constantly added to
I well at Oldsmar of which so much]
amount to harvest
a
necessary crop
E for one week. has been said and the promoter ot our list. Join the procession .
!
New'
the project has withdrawn from the Following the announcement in

For courage displayed in attempting field, according to James G. Foley, York of a pending merger of Polk' and find out whatis .
t! largely interested in the project with county phosphate compaiites to aggregate -
I to save the life of Miss Dorothy
McClatthie, after she had been\ attacked W. Jt. Hill who was putting down the a capital of $50,000,000, it going on at home
I by a monster barracuda while 'well. Mr. Foley said today that the was rumored that the American Cyanamid .

t swimming in the gulf waters off St. I' rigging. and drilling outfit used now Company of Brewster is negotiating and abroad
/ ; is for sale and that nothing furtheris : for the purchase of the fertilizer -j
fi I Petersburg, Fla., last June, :Miss <
Mary Buhner, of that city, has been to be done there. No other well plant of :Morris! & Company ,
near Bartow and that an inventory of
ia to be started.
awarded the $50 life saving first
this company's phosphate rock has recently j
i prize by the American Red Cross.
I
been made by employes of the!
The Mars turpentine camp 1n Charlotte -
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'
American Cyanal lid Adding
Conjpuny. -
The largest shipment of Florida county will not get back its Lee l
to the credibility of the rumor is j'
cattle moving out of the state in county prisoners, even though the
the recent announcement that Armour
several years rolled from Jacksonville board of commissioners of state institutions
& Company are taking over the meat !
; l e Thursday bound for the pastures has rescinded its previous
a fa packing interests! of Morris & Company !
of Kansas. There were 1,000 head in order withdrawing leased prisoners
',. I r the shipment! forming a solid train- from the camp. Lee county commissioner and the rumor, afloat for some J
Only $2.00 Per Year
trme, that the American
'I load, this being the fourth consignment F. G. Thompson, who made Cyanamid I
Company were anxious to
f ) of steers bought some months the original investigation of the camp
I other rock of a grade high enough for $1.00 for Six Monthsin
ago near Arcadia by II. G. Nelms of and reported inhuman treatment of
,y t Texas. convicts, said this! morning that pris- export. The holdings of Morris &j I

f { I MI BM oners from his county would never Company are known to be of a high'! advancer

t, r Leo MtGowan( indicted jointly with be returned. grade.

,? Otto Sealy and Ted Easterly by the ... .
.' + I grand Jury for the alleged murder All.dC'I records for bold robberies was I ..Following the forbidding of a baseball

of the Lake City chief of police, H. A. broken here Tuesday night when I game at Daytonu. Sunday !between -

; I'evels, and whose trial at the regular thieves mAde away with a. bath tub : Tampa and Daytona by City .

I term of circuit court here has occupied and all necessary fixtures from a Manager W. B. Hodges under an old .J

r the attention of the entire building next: door to the city hall, of city ordinance making it unlawfulthe \

a countryside the last two weeks, was St. Petersburg, in which police headquarters Daytona pity commission repealed ,

I yesterday convicted of murder in the is located. A bronze memo the ordinance after a bitter fight I r .
by a vote of 5 to 3. President Craig ,
t 1 i first degree, with a recommendation urlal tablet erected in memory of the
U of mercy. work of the guards during the war of the Daytona baseball! association, \ Address; all letters and remittances
t was removed the sumo night/: from its who is also a city commissioner, declared to

,I With the permit given to Versaggi place in the corridors of the city hull. that a determined effort'woulde

x and P. Antonio for the construction The tablet bearing the names of all > made to have the preee""t" legislature Bradford

'.\1 of a shrimp packing house on West the member of the guards was placed repeal the state law against County Telegraph .

.\ King street, on the San Sebastian, there by the city three years ago. Sunday baseball. Like the, blue laws ,

l St. Augustine's shrimping and shrimp forbidding! the sale of soft drinks, Starke Florida
cigars! and gasoline on Sunday, he ,
shipping industry continues to ex- :Madison' county is rapidly taking a
pand. Several fleets of shrimping place of importance in the tobacco declared the baseball law should be '"

boats are operating in this \vicinityI raiding industry. Next week will repealed because where public senti-!

I i. I and the total number of crafts murk the beginning. of the harvest of ment is so strongly against a law

1 ,I run over 100. what ii said to be, the largest and that it can be openly violated with .
out protest the retention on the stat-
1t best> crop of tobacco ever raised in
The Hastings Herald tells us that his county. Over five hundred l acres ute books. create a disrespect for all

,j l about 2,000 carloads of potatoes have are planted. l to this commodity this law. \

) t been sent from that section this! sea year, which I is, far in excess of last

; son. The/ crop stand at about half yearn planting. This year's crop Is BULL? MM; SAVES :MAN ATTACKED

1 i of that shipped last season up to date.It exceptionally good and l it is estimated BY l tTIU.TE8Ul.L/

is predicted that only about five that the ;yield will average 1,350; ,
I hundred cars remain to be shippedfor pounds to the acre, and will bring on Moultrie. Ga., May 16.-Attacked .

the crop. an average of from sixty-five to sev- by an infuriated! bull, John Carlton,

--- eny cents per'pound. 20, would have probably been killed .;" .
Two persons were injured one serIously but for the intervention' of his bull a

l z'' ) and property valued at $10,000 Two big schooners joined. the rum dog which saved his master's life at ,

; destroyed at High Springs Wednesday fleet off the three-mile limit at Clearwater the,cost of his own.

by a tornado that swept section according to reports received Carlton went into the field to drive

just west .of the business( district. from! the sheriff's! office. After two the bull, which weighs over 2,000 .

e1 The Injured are : Fred Edwards who bOAt hud joined the schooner which pounds, when the animal attacked

s suffered a fractured skull, and Dewey has been laying olf the coast for two him. Carlton was knocked down anda

p Edwards, bruised about the face and wet**, two other ships. with the appearance ghastly hole torn in his side. The

r' head.$13,000,00'has. of sub-chasers joined the bull> was in the act of continuing his

fleet making five boats in all. The atack when Carl n', faiftful dog

been appropriatedby sheriff's! force made a find of 10 cases rushed up and caught the animal in

Congress for the Suwannee River of Jamacia rum late yesterday, and the nose. The bull then gave his

Improvement. This appropriation Is arrested a prominent farmer living attention to the dog, and Carlton
.c the result of the efforts! of the near Clear water. The liquor was managed to crawl! to a place beyond

nee River Improvement hidden along the bay, about ten miles the fence. When he turned and looked -
combined with Senator from the rum fleet. The sheriff! believed
suwnn// he saw the bull ash? the dog to
Fletcher's influence and the the liquor was smuggled in, he ground and drive his horns _

Florida Delegation. from the fleet. through his body. .-

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA 'v 1 rililufliru

w., T. U. COLUMN I!I 111111mAMCRICAN OFFICE -- o PAC"-r, THREE L ) "
I C. POST DEPARTMENT I r f1f
; r nrucAlmost! overnight the pop- 71 DEAD\ \ IN; I
FIRE WHICH 11ESTROi'ED : ;
HAKES TEXAS I Seven or eight others were tAke,. 'e
OH. S>\ liIJUSIilliun : j.atit-ii swilled! to 10,000. j SCHOOL Bl'ILDINO: "" ,, '1 ;
\ t to their homes s ,
THE LEADER !
oFF TO FOR I .
I "The ofl'.cis; ,
,
\ ml '
8.,1\ ( 01 cuitrol ,
1 :' Collected I. my : _.. k "I''
t
.
Oil
,BER( CITIZENSHIP \ 't onipimy :7-:aet.. ..1': "I!ig ."..iiiio I 7,000'ihii' ; ''Oil Lamp Exploded 'I { I I
I I With Ansel. of Only $!I.b 77Collecting During Closing NEGRO( :MET DKAT1I: IS PECl'L- ..; I J
parcel post by'!ie t "i I; can't open Exercises: -Stairway Jammed t. II
I.II.'Ii'liElt:\ "
: :
from Speech by lion. \Vm. mail any longer, no place to put it; I ,1i..1''
(EwefP1" nearly $1,000,000 in just accept resignation." was the t' I '1"
in the U. S. (House of three months from message Camden, S. C., May IS./! -Seventy- /
I pshaw investors and being .
.
[0
McDonald! sent to Washington. Yesterday about noon, just after a .1"4; ;o
) credited with only in four were! believed! dead! today, : and! IIKCOI'e 1' "' .
Representatives $8,877 as- Thirteen allIistl1ntlipro rushed, to''' hard rain the Cowart children at :' ..
| ets, at the end of that Is the so severely burned)( that some of ". '"
\ i
period :
1 Sma'kovand the salary was increased thl'l1will Ie'e.lith'l'r,' wading in the water t v ,
i
,n the Southern mountains I!I record of the Pilgrim Oil Company, from $100< to $.: ,500! R year, the die 2-story from the frame lire which school destroyed 1', j In the road miter their homo when a { 1- .
against! which a fraud order has been but McOonnKI at lady pointed, out another road! J" .
who had made fortune near .
..i-ii, a quaint old pioneer of I a Cleveland, S. C., six miles south of' h .t'1'
.r 'slued' '
by Postmaster
I I General Harry IV,
converted in oil, refused to Stll)'. them mid told them not to go down j "
." ncard a moonshiner S !New.: here, and trapped pupils. and parents I
| that rand 1 us thore was a hole in !it. iw'; t. '
carried to market 'l
tei I lie an old- The so-called attending cxcvciscs> marking. the close <, .
"merger" plan was I While the children and lady 11;
11U.U"'OItnBradford were ,
schooner full of the
of school
ned wagon, the term last night. .
fan'! I stock in trade of the .
talking ,
company. they noticed
apples, and drove in An a negro boy comInlt' t I ,
mountain up The fraud overturned lamp in the schoolroom .
order '
I issued it is
against
down the rand ointi>,il I'ft
< out and '
ron, ..it, a furniture store. His at- the second of the series May( :25.:! -N. G. Hayes exploded! and started the blaze ] ,; 1 I'
pending all of sudden he ,
,
n \ Some
( disappeared .
attracked to and old-time in LuOosse. -narrow ;
was
,
Saturday stairways
tcntl. n: wan against alleged illegal,; oil companies trapped the terrorstricken people rushed to where he t1j '
disappeared + II \
clock, about 8 feet high. John Harrell was in Worthington crowd. t
eiglH-ua\ centering in Fort Worth Texas. I 'I $
from
anti saw him to tho I I .f
TOBACCO to come "ur-
merchant that Saturday. The list of dead. .
Toui" >a i the one wind- "Postal inspectors found that only and injured early face three times but could not _
save
>c lid last eight days, he grinned, one dividend three Mrs. I W. E. Baxter is the guest of today was thought/ to include almost i '
cent ,
III( I per was paid the bu)' OI account of the danger to I .
this clock if it her daughter !Mrs. C. :M. Andreu every crowded Into : ,
i ust buy don't cost ROBIJEI CREW: REVEALS I by the company, and this out of the this person the little themselves, anti the ground around
fer I'm always week. room. Those of the injured who 'I I.
nuch fergettin'I escaped -
stock sales
ui' RIG IJOOTLEG SnWH .HE says the post ojcc de commenced, to cave In. s
vend my little old clock at home. partment. Mrs Blanche Scarborough, Mrs. S. severe burns were caught, in ,

I U she would be fine to have to wind New "One of the novel features of the C. Andreu and baby, Juanita, were in the panicky crowd! milling to reach The !ground, continued, to cave in ,j I "-

!: York..-A started and .. Brooker the exits and until this morning it Is about fifteen'
crushed.The .
'iotk just once in eight days. Theippa "I.I"dcrew declaration of trust which the Pilgrim Saturday were ,

were swapped for the clock, victimized at everypeon! of the Company made was that three trustees S. C. Andreu was in Worthington score injured were cared. for feet across, twenty feet deep. Men .t .;;I

inn.! th,' neighbors came for miles. compass, as they told it, dnfto.i with were entitled to fix their salaries Sunday. in Camden where they were brought at noon today. succeeded. In reachingtho : t.r
"
the tide into quarantine iat! Mrs.( last night. body with grappling hooka amt t
wick 0.Barry the of
the mountains to was guest
irouiui/ "over see at 50 per cent of each $1 of stock +
thi. wonderful timepiece. But one After being taken ashore to eat the sales. her sister, Mrs. Annie Hnrrell Sunday Search of the d..t v funeral ) "e brought it to the surface. They report i C

nit-m something got wrong with the first square meal in a week or so, "Accounting revealed that only $9384.50 ,- at Santa Fe. I started with dawn today. A majorityof I the holy, wan standing in an upright "y

inside of that pesky old clock, and it they told federal officers a story, regarded was expended for actual leases W. M Harrell had the misfortuneto the seventy-four who were unaccounted position) when they secured hold '
of
It.
waked the old man up between mid- by the latter as! the most im- ? and yet on Oct. 31, the total assets lose one of his mules Sunday. for were children -Gainesville Newa.HIGHLAND. 1

tiiL'ht' and day, striking to "beat the portant information received since is of this concern which: had $972- Royce Uainey, of Brooker, passed Some::: who escaped, ) with their lives, ,

tans After he rubbed his eyes and was decided to put an end, to rum 432.07 worth of stock outstanding, through our community Saturday en- ill hough severly injured.., were "pulled _: :

tit-Kim to count, the blooming thing row.The were only $8,877"LINCOLN route Worthington.. From the tangled throng which jammed 0

truck .one hundred and five times. In skipper unfolded a tale of deception Livingston Wilson, Russ Wilson l K. the stairway by those who were highland! )' 25.-:Mrs. It). L. Rig-

viM-eycil consternation Uncle Joshua thievery, smuggling, piracy, TAKES' FIRST PLACE Colson and Grady Baxter, of Brooker brought to the place by the flames. by and. children, of Titusville! spent

shook his wife by the shoulder anti starvation and helplessness, and before OVER TEN; COMPETITORS were in our community Sunday' / after The fire started at 10:30:: ( o'clock. slveral.tlllYs here tins guest of her ,

he had dipped his digits into a Calla for help reached, Camden short father, J. T. !parr, last week.
."Slalindy: ( old woman, wake up- noon.W. 6
git up! It's the latest I have ever finger bowl federal investigators were Detroit, Mich., May .-In a seriesof II. Harrell and sons, Cephas! ly after and medical', attention for Rev. J. A. Conway, of Green Cove I

known!" And I declare to the gentleman hunting for headquarters of a gigantic three tests for speed and quick and Luther, were Worthington on those who esrafc| the greedy! flames Spring, and Rev. T. M.( Carter, of 'r

from Maryland, the governor of bootlegging syndicate he described getaway conducted by the Detroit de- Saturday. was despatched from this city. Peoria, held services at the Baptist it ;

as being in !New: York. lie saidit Several of the young people of our The bodies! were laid In a long line Saturday, and Sunday S
New York, the new Senator from partment of police on Oakland Boulevard church 'I 1
was the controlling factor in section attended the dance reside tho ruins of the school which Chun.
New Jersey, and all who sympathizewith rum at Dearborn Thursday afternoon over at George and son, Earl,
Worthington Saturday night. was turned.. from the of arrived! rs., ,
site for
their "wet" proclivities that itwill row.The first place among the field of ten com- commencement Saturday a visit with relatives. l t
full nature of the confidenceswas Mrs. Blanche Scarborough and sis- i exercises t'j n funeral i mil
be the latest that they have ever petitors was awarded to the Lincoln
!knownthe latest that the world has not revealed but Assistant Unit- car. ter were In Brooker Friday. pyre; by an exploding kerosene lamp Joe :Barr, of Luwtey, and Edward: I
C. M. Andreu was in Louise Satur- last night. !Marr or Moore Haven I
seer known-when the Eighteenth ed States Attorney Clark, who ques- The tests were made In an effort of were visiting
tionad All of the Injured were broughtto relative here' several days last week ( I
Captain C. Bidleon and three the
Amendment to the Constitution is repealed police department to secure a day.Little
by legislative process.The of his crew, said the vessel, the BritIsh "Hying squadron" of motor cars to Juanita Andreu, was on. the Camden last night Den Williams{ of Jacksonville' spent J JIuJ

yacht Yankton, would be libelled enlist in the campaign against robberies -' sick list last week. the week-end. here, guest of !Mr. and i

clock in the far-away tower of under( the mercantile laws and sold, and other crimes of the road. N. G. Hayes was In Worthington I Cleveland!, S. C., May 18.-The mayorof Mrs G. W. Parker

eternity will strike more than a hun- to pay the crew who have' been away Quick starlings from a dead atop, one day last week. Camden this morning gave details. .O. Vf Parker made a business trip ;

dred and, five times-each time representing from Havana, their home port since rapid acceleration over long and short Mrs. Cook and. children were the of a tragedy, which snuffed! out the to I'Hurl,1ol1.lu: ( '. I

a full thousand yearsbeforethe earlyin January. distances and the ease with which the guests. of her sister, Mrs. W. M. Har lives of seventy-four persons and injured P. I II. Lung, G.: II. Barker, H. C. A d

Eighteenth Amendment is repeal- veil, Saturday night. .. Miss
\Vimherly Winifred
!Mr. Clark intimated that he would cars could be handled in any emergency a score.Gathered Wimlierly

'd. This sure prophecy is submitted seek A. E. Corns listed on the Yankton's demanding immediate abilityto on the*uppcr floor of the! and. II. Wimlierly ', Jr., were visitors
not ,only to the gentleman from Maryland NEW RIVER .
to Jacksonville
w
two Monday.
story school building 150 chil-
manifest as from No. 129 North get going at race truck speed were ,
but to the genial governor of 'drfn and their Mr. und,I Mrs Troy U'nl1'tt spent .
east Seventeenth street, Miami, Flor- covered in quarter mile, half mile parents were enjoying
New York, who took the oath to de- New River 25. Miss Addie
May
an entertainment lust night Sunday with relatives In I-awtey. t,
ida, the supercargo!\ who left the shipa and two mile tests two of which were
tend the Constitution of the United month ago with a party of rum made from standing starts.A !Mae Raulerson of Lake Butler, visited On I the stage twenty little girls und. Mrs II. t'. Wlmh'I'lyIiMI4"s! Beth }' .I + Av

States at his recent inauguration and I runners who carried away 3,500 cases large. gathering of city officials, friends here Thursday. boys were in the cast when a kerosene and Winifred Wimherly, Miss Ethel: t

then in his next breath joined the of grain alcohol. Corn told Captain engineers! from representative auto 1J.( Sapp, of Luke Butler, motored lamp exploded, igniting a curtain. A Ricks, J. !U. Tidwell and II. C. Wlrn- ,

nullifiers of the Constitution by calling Bidleon he was !going ashore to ar- mobile plants and many spectators here Saturday. rush for the stairs. followed.A bony, Jr., motored to Klngsley! lakuSunday. l
on Congress to allow "beer and Miss Era Crews left for Worthington .
living wedge jammed the hallway
range for payment of he crew and, to I were present. Official clocking of the -
wine"under the Constitution that get food and fuel. Whether Corn dis- 'speed was made by stop watches! held Springs Saturday where she will In which men, women and, children Mr. and !Mm. I.. A. Wilson{ and lit- I I $
outlawed intoxicants of every kind. visit her aunt, !Mrs. J. Mott. fell, rose und fell again lie went Jacksonville
appeared purposely was spirited iy the official referee and by judgesin as they son to Saturday ,
He led his legislature! during his first Among those who motored to the struggled to tho flames to visit relatives for few .
+
away Captain Bidleon would like to the cars, and cars were also timed escape now u duyn.VARNEHWILLIAMS I ,
term as governor to pass a 2.75 per and speedometer readings checked by State Farm .Sunday were Mr.' and spreading. from curtain to walls, and.
ent I beer when national law I jJ..now.I Mrs. P. S. Crews Mrs. Annio Johns tm
act our Captain Bidleon, of Nassau, B. I., members of the Detroit motorcycle Doors and benches, the flames made : I : : ;
mown! only one-half of 1 per cent. He squad. Mrs. Thorpe, Messrs. Floyd anti heir swift course to the rear, fanned
recruited his at Havana shortly
(I I crew
knows know that beer Crystal Wiggins; l Reddish and GuyAndreu :
or ought to The called for stock by the breeze from many windows,
after New Year's for a quick trip to tests touring The home' of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. K. +
wnuld that brew- G. W. Andreu, G. C. Porter.
breweries'and
mean towards those who
fought for life
with cars carrying six each. Rr>lierts located south of
St. Pierre, :Miquelon( 8,000 cases passengers oar kjiiti)
jrif-. would mean saloons, and that Miss Rosa Johns, of Long Bridge, tho bodies of those half i
over already
In the two mile start Y v'I
of grain alcohol and a few bales of standing Starke wan the scene of a pretty, wedding
I Breweries and saloons would spent the week-end with Miss Min-
together
trampled to death.
Cuban tobacco. The crew were informed quick acceleration test the Lincoln, lust Sunday afternoon, when

mean thg revival and the reign of when the high seas were finishing first, covered the distance in nie Hodges.)( Tho cries of the children mingled their daughter, Dolly May, was united

thai political corruption and legaliz- reached that they could not correspond one minute, forty-nine and two-fifths Paul Howard[ of Macclenny/, visited with the shouts of the fathers awl In marriage to Mr. Nelson Smith a f1 ,
., his sister Mrs J. E. Adkins here
il !
which citizens
debauchery good with anyone ashore and could seconds, attaining a speed of eighty screams of mothers, its the flames VurncN.' i i wit s
t I
will, not desire and brave citizens will not leave the vessel until anchor was miles an hour. The next nearest competitor Sunday. reached them. For a minute or two The home Is large and commodious: c"t
Miss Jewel Rosa Johns t
Wiggins ,
,
'not allow dropped in Havana again. That was covered the distance in one their voices rose in anguish, then hut was entirely too small) to accommodate j
Inn[ Minnie and Rosa )Hodges( Thel- i
And in the fullest fellowship with the first "double cross" he said. minute, fifty-seven and two-fifths .sec stilled as smoke and fire reduced, the the large. audience\ of relatives

sober Constitution and a stainless About February 18, the Yankton ond. The slowest time recorded was ma and Stella Parker Archie Brown living mass to a horrid ember. and friends of the contracting t o
Lawrence and Norman
Bag, I serve notice row on the K'>V- sighted Ambrose lightship when man I I two minutes! twenty-three seconds, but kodaking Sunday. Wiggins were Today, there will be a burying, six parties. It was necessary for the ceremony e

ernor of New York and all who train described as a representative of New finishing at a speed of sixty-two miles ty-nine to be placed in a common to l bt performed I. on the spacious ,
Donie and Jackson Rivers visiting
with him that he cannot roll into the York bootlegging interests, whose en- an hour.In are grave, most of them so charred as to front veranda.<< Thu bride walt 4
their sister Mrs. I' S. Crews.
White House on a keg of.beer. try into the story was left obscure, the half mile test the Lincoln, Misses Ina and, Alphie Hodges have be beyond recognition.Of attended by Miss Eula May Newsom, '

and a wine barrel, for the militant ordered Captain Bidleon to proceedto again taing first honors, covered the those. who lost tjielr lives last while Mr. Russell McRae served n:*
returned home after visiting friends
manhood and the emancipated wom- Providence, R. I. That port was distance in thirty-eight and two-fifths and relatives in Starke. ; night about half were children and best man.. Judge R. A. Green performed ,

anhood of America will rise in the not reached, Captain Bidleon said, but seconds, and finished at a speed of Messrs. Donald Adkins and Nelson half adults. the ceremony.Mr. .

majesty of their might and smash in the vicinity of Rock Island, two 73: miles an hour, the nearest competitor Green of Starke motored here Sat- Names are yet /lacking but one family Varnes fa the son of Mr. and '

every jug and break e very bottle and motor launches appeared alongsideand covered the distance in thirty- ,afternoon. at least was wiped, out when father Mrs. A. V. Varnes. He I I.* an Industrious t ,
urday
roll every beer keg and every champagne lightered away two'thousand cases nine and one-fifth seconds. Among those who attended, the par mother and four children perish. young man, holding a position t {

barrel into the Atlantic ocean. of alcohol and 2,000 pounds of to- The quarter mile test was made ed. as foreman with the county road de Q
ty at G. W. Andrews Thursday evening -
'If that be treason, make the most bacco. Captain Bidleon learned afterwards from a running start of five miles an and It Is said there are several cases of partment. His bride. is. attractive, accomplished -
Misses. Alphie Inu
were 1
of it' -but the inauguration defianceIf he was represented as saying hour in an intermediate gear. In this Minnie Hodges :Messrs.. Everett: Itemfroe an equally tragic/ nature. i und has won u (largo circle i ,'

,our national prohibition law shut that the consignees ashore reported test the winner covered the distancein und This morning the people are trying of friends here, moving to this. i
Archie Brown G. C. Porter
the door of the White House foreverin never receiving the trans-shipment twenty-six and three-fifths seconds to take stock of tho situation. county from Madison county it four ,

the face of the governor of New so the navigator marked another while the Lincoln tied for sec Floyd Wiggins. The school destroyed Is a frame months. ago.

York, or any other "wet" presidential "double x" in his log. For five weeks ond place with a time of twenty-six THERESSATheressa structure located. about two miles of .

aspirant. the Yankton remained hove to, then and four-fifths seconds. The slowest Camden, S. C., one of the county' boltlM Cause urip and Intlucdxa. : I

went to Montauk Point under Instruc- time in this test was thirty-four and schools. Knots of farmers and mill LAXATIVE IIKOMO QII! : 25.; C. M. Hum
of alcohol two-fifths seconds.INTERNATIONAL. ,, May operatives are gathered! here around >.e. HIMO l I. only cue "?T .- QuIult.a'I '
Be Wise-Advertise tions and unloaded 3,500 cases I
visitor to Graham Sat- .' '
phrey was a K W. CtDVE'S: .n..n IH* :iuu t sW'e
the site today where remains. but
to the Cavalier, a British vessel. n
where Corns disappeared ; : RIFLE MATCHES urday. few charred timbers and a mass of -
That was
ASPIRINSay Messrs. L. L. Voungblood, Arthur
and where the next 'doublex" TO BE IIELIJ THIS YEAR debris. alone to mark the spot.
Moorer and R. :M. Mersey were transacting -
entered In the log. Relatives and friends are dazed.
was business In Graham Saturday.
holding part of their original For the first time since 1913! the I Overcome with grief they gaze silently -
Still
"Bayer" and Insist! but shy of sea biscuit and coal, national board for the promotion of Charlie Phillips, of :Miami, arrived : at a cluster of weeping women
,
cargo here Friday for a visit with relatives.O. I
broke most of the wood. rifle practice, announces that the in- gathered around what they know to
the crew up Mann of Putnam Hall visit-
C.
furnishings of the ship and head- : ternational rifle matches will be heldIn be the bodies of their children; what
en ed friends. here Sunday.
ed -for rum row. On their arrival, this country in September at Camp they look upon must be a human body I
Youngblood and
C.
B. Powell C. A.
Av said the captain, two tugs came along Perry, Ohio, during the same periodas or parts of several bodies., There Is
Hugh Norton motored to Starke on I:
side and forty armed men, swingingguns the national rifle matches.. no way to tell. I

iru briskly boarded the Yankton, Challenges have been sent to Can- Saturday. All they know la that their children
of Miami In. visiting
Watson Lee
took the remainder of its cargo. Cap- ada, Great Britain, Australia, New were in the building when the fire be-

tain Bidleon said one of the boarding: Zealand and the South American re- relatives here. gan and that they did not come out

unintelligible ref- publics, looking toward the revival of Mrs. J. L. Hightower, Mrs. Wercy alive.
party made, some Cox and children and Mrs. Alice grind Our Own Lenses 1
acting under orders of aNew the popularity of these international The work of identification has not
to
erence their home In :Miami
Jones returned
to
(
York bootlegging! syndicate. lie "shoots.: been completed because of the confusion NODELAYQainesVille. y
after visiting their
The national guard i much last week parents the stunned
another "double x. Inter- and condition of those I
down
put bunkers holding nothingbut ested in the "shooting game," and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Phillips. who escaped.Several Florida.

With coal the dust and the galley scrapedof Florida has always had a most credi Rev. Jones, of Lake City, will whole families, however, i'i'Orov'a

Unless you see the name "Bayer" on peelings, the crew decided table team to participate in the na- preach at the Baptist church Saturday have been wiped out. A TONIC

P.u-kalfO or on tablets you are not g timid' the to helm ,
eer'mhid" 1 genuine physician Bayer over. product twnntytwoand preby running up a yellow flag when they fine team i U anticipated at Camp comf' chief of police here. "It all hap Energy and Vitality by Purifying and 4Enrk

and proved sate by millions for reached quarantine, inviting the cus- Johnston this summer. Not the Barking Kind pened so quickly and the panic was -king the Blond. When you fuel in ,

Colds Headache' toms and health officers aboard. Then natural.! strengthening& Invigorating effect: fro how

Toothache Lumbago guards were placed on the yacht and ONE MAN: POSTOFFICE IS Old Lady (to druggist)-I want a All of the victims were either graduates It brings color. to the cheeks and hour tIt

Earache Rheumatism the crew taken to the Battery for a SWAMPED BY OIL DISCOVERYWhen box of canine pilla. or students of the little school, improve the appetite, you will then a

Neuralgia Pain, Pain Druggist-What's' the matter with or parents and friends.A appreciate his true tonic value.

Accept "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin" meal. an oil boom hits a one-man the dog nurse at the Camden hospital Urove'i TaataleM chill Tonic l lit ajmplir;

only.proper Each unbroken package boxes contain of : poatofflce things begin to happen, according Old Lady (Indignantly)-I want told the International News Service Iron and Quinine suspended in tyrup. So
direction. I
Handy: to Fred V. McDonald, know sir that husband that dye victims of the fire all pleasant even children like It. The bijou
twelve| tablet coat few cent Drug- for Rtjeklno.Rlchtwratnewi I postmaster you to my so
_.a.os needs It and IRON
ffiata also sell bottlra of 24 anal 10+1. tried by adversity l her of Smackover, Ark. Smack- a gentleman. seriously injured that physicians refused QUININE to Purify in
Enrich IL" Malarial ani.GnP'
Destroys germs .
Aspirin la the trade mark of Bayer over was basking in the sun, a town The some ouilnine admittance to at
grounds for glorying. la Its sorrow druggist put up any one, were lu _
Manufactura of Monoaoaiioacidoater'of good < Sallcylicaaid.{ OTtO. 'of 200 last autumn, when oil was pills in profound illence. the hospital. aunl& uOs. pr ,


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1 PAGE pftun BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGI APU, STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY!\ 2Jm :', HI".I!

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( not only in those of the chief executive ', made sucn a 'weaderral"ginghTrei a, ,, setts TftSttlute;; vr 'TSCVSCTogy.f f

Bradford County Telegraph I of the state tho attorney gen and gave the following recipe: wmte tnarvelou nffll irCTTTTitTouary In association with Dr. Herbert Kal-

"Oh, I jest puts a few handfuls have been made In the city mus an elect rochemlst of distinction
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o' " of New York, the leather Industry Doctor
there well founded conviction that the i
i'i' 0' salt, plenty o' ulgs little bit o' I
Published weekly and entered as where It started :220! years ago. I baked upon the chromatic optics Of
law relating to the disqualification of l bolcln' powder some sugar, a lot o' In the early days the tanneries were i ,color photography by which the colors

i } oecond class matter, at the post judges i is, in too many instances hems i ginger un' spleen, fair,sized pitcher o' located at what Is now John and Ann ,of nature are reproduced In the film 9t .a r

office at Starke, Florida abused, that in the manner and rich cream lump o' butter and four street In the course of 20 years It | and may be thrown on the screen, by

Ii Ij i it-thud 6f its employment it result,, glui o' molasses." shifted to Beekman street. While the any projecting lun&ra." The Inventors

j I K. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Dinner in violation of the 4th section of the 1 "Olups was the surprised "retort. !I II real tanning establishments have been i j i call this process "technicolor," and a
IS l lh constitution of the state wherein it "What In the world Is a glup? scattered to points where their odors i technicolor. Him pluy Is now running
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eiprossly: and clearly is stated that I j "'hy. you know when you pours would not be a nuisance the old tannery I at tho Rialto theater, In New York, Time

ft I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY "right and justice shall be administered i molasses' outen a jug It goes 'glup, district Is still the center of the : and attracting the attention of artists to Ro-tirev
{' I glup. Well in makln this gingerbread I ,
leather Industry. j I as well as of the general public.
without sale denial
J or delay"this you lets It Klup!; four tiroes. I From the Outlook.
d; r I'' assurance not only for the persons -
SUBSCRIPTION: RATE I Why Cooked Food. Are Best. I
accused of crime but also for the
Proverb of Primitive People.. I I I All foods are more ntlmulutlng when How Radio Ooe. to Prison.
c 1 1 Per Year _____________-_______$2.00 rightful demand of theeop'u in gen- I Proverbs of meansofradio
., savage 'people ure usually 1! eaten law than when cooked. Cold To be apprehended by I
y 1 el'\1\I that "the law shall take its shrewd and plihy the I entertained
as and heat are depressive. and moderate and then to be by

I I Up to Tuesday (031 bills had been course" without tear or favor and 1 tag examples show The fOllOW'j heat has the most btlmulutlng effect. | It In jail Is the Ironical outlook for I

without prejudice as well for or "The thief catches himself" ; The mixture: of several foods has a lawbreakers In Washington, D. C. I
t t introduced! in the lower house of the against the defendant as for or lofs "Htfore healing others heal yourself stimulating cumulative effect. The I The Inmates there may stretch out on I

t Florida legislature, and fully half against the rights and protection of In Accra they May, Nobody) Is act of chewing causes depression of their prison cots and listen to the sUri i

s" I I r that number had been, introduceJ in the public. twice a fool" ; aiuung( the OJ1 "The the pulse ; the effect of stimulating I ring strains! of the United States Navy :

the upper house.! All of them are moon does not grow, full In a day" ; substances 'm diminished. and that I band the dully police' reports. Oil stolen ''I

h calculated to correct some great evil Demand fur the disqualification ofa "The poor man has no friends." A I> of digressive. substances Is Increased automobiles and perhaps they may a I

tr accomplish something of great judge" is becoming a common occur- Pashto proverb says. "A feather does thereby even speculate on the ease with which I

good, so when the legislature adjourns rence. The law properly defines cer- not stick without gum."' Others say : the radio wave penetrate the stone ;

after pacing all of them wo tain "disqualification! which prohibit "A crub does not bring forth a bird" Why Star Twinkle. walls of their prlcou. A loop aerialIs

infiy confidently look forward to the A judge from presiding in a trial, "Cross the" river before you abuse the I Stars twinkle because: they are so used to cutch the waves for the receiving -

r dawn of the millt'nium.-Punta Gorda as of kinship with the defendant, as crocodile "Truth Is "only spoken bya distant that not even the most powerful set. After using ear phonesto
strong man or a fool. telescope can show them to havea tune In, the operator switches the
former counsel
'r ; it Herald.fC for any of the par
visible) disk, like the planets. Their programs onto u loud speaker placedin
ll ties directly concerned or with the WHY ,
f. =
light Is a mere point and susceptibleto the rotunda of the Jull ; by this FOR SALE BYJ.
either side of the ,
/ !. THE H'ARDIAN: : OF FREEDOM attorney on case I Courage Is Dependent" on Fear varying atmofpherlc densities.: means the ininutes In the distant W. ANDREWS Jr.
coming up for trial. But "prejudice"on cells hear the entertainment plainly.
I. a* an Antidote I Stark. FU.
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tho part of the trial judge is an I I Often, however, Cnpt. W. L. Peak
It has not been often that the press allegation that Is far-reaching. It Courage lit 320 leave their cells
absolutely dependents{ allows the men t HOW
,, 'i has. had .opportunity, to show its may be brought to bear on a murdercase upon fear aa an antidote. There I = and come down to the auditorium

t t I immense power for /good: like it has coming to trial and so is employed would be no beautiful girls If all the OU Fluid (.II"! WINDMILL:' Popular Radio. i Diplomacy !in the) Koint

j I for the }past\ two months in its endeavors now and again without the girls were equally beautiful. : HAS BEEN:, IMl'ltOVKU ON.:' ii Every now und then sift '
to effect the abandoning of The fact IK that the thing we extol ; -Up to within the last few i irgo:
will be like- ;
A judge so appointed not bnsbitud to buy. some new clothe for
I I ', the barbaric practice of leasing out so much and call courage Is almost years, the windmill has remained )j
himself he
charge, even though made in good but If Is a pretty good
convicts to private parties and the Invariably the result of fear In the rllctlt'lIJ1yIIu<:1I the same and :.' '1'0" ,1!&l1t)' 1\1. '0 >7 ..Jrlr'agand: < talker he
faith. The judge must quit the bench I can !get out ol It .itlioir!!
beginning What happens Is that In unlmpio\ed since prehistoric rli-htn. the biouu i .' oca t i I merciless whipping of them by cruel lIQII.kllllr her mud.-tort Wortb Si '
the .. *
trial is delayed the *
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l fntil governor the beginning we are afraid of some I times Recently It bus been \ i .14urfl/ "" w *
overseers When, through the legislature '
can and !does appoint another judgeto thing. Ihls puts us on our guard i taken on a new and remarkable/
t of a far distant state, an evil take the place of the "disqualified"jurist and we start In to prepare, ourselves development\ assuming the character JOIlJat=mlIDrnmrnIfI\IM: \

4 I was made known that few knew anything with no assurance that the against It. When the critical moment I I i of a ""Iud turbine" for i3.1latlt'11'.84fIC6'A

IIi about but which was sickening judge so apopinted will not be, likewise comes we teem to do a heroic tiling. !: "producing, electricity.In few prices at

th and humiliating enough to cause rejected on "disqualification" al- Well maybe !It Is, but It In. all due one form, as thus modified

'i every Floridian to hang his head Innhitnie egations. *Thus all the judges in the to the preparation bused on fear. i It Is a cylindrical urratigement"

V, 'I and when 'more rand more state might be "disqualified," though What 1 say about courage, therefore of steel sluts placed, vertically I Bennett Grocery Co.

ff atrocities were continually shown up this never has been done with no Is that It Isn't so much a quality | und nt 1111 angle: sulis to catch .
'\ it wall thought that the legislature In Itself, to be brought up by exorcise I j the wind. This forum the outer .
trial possible, notwithstanding sec- just the way you Increase your biceps I part, 'which Is lived and Immov .
F now sitting would forthwith go to tion three 0" the constitution says: as It Is a quality inherent In training. uble. The wind, entering through '

j It work and make the repetition of such "The right of trial I by jury shall be Courageous acts lire of two kinds : the sluts, causes the Inner part Ballard & Ballard 0 K Flour 96s $3.85 !

I things impossible and do it so quick secured to all, and remain inviolate those bused on ciniiple-te Ignorance of to revolve, the latter having a I ?4s 0.95 ]

,p till it would make the people's "head forever" the consequences! and those based on central axis set at, top and bottom I'' u .. "u 12s 0.50

1 swim." And. did it do so ? No. The With legal minds of the state well I fear. In case you happen to be unusually I!, upon bull-hearings. j

}people\ Were surprised to see several aware of the fact that the "disquali I timid thu thing to do Is to Thus delicately pulsed. the In- All Flour Guaranteed I

of their servants disregard their fication" of judges is being abused use your timidity as un asset, get It I I ner part revolves In response; to I I
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to work for (the slightest ,breeze, and, us It t
wishes either through self-interest orrottenneflH you by preparing you for I
I and to such an extent as to suggest !It Best Western Corn at $2.30
I what Is to compo That Is where In- I turns drives iimchlnery by I
k or through sheer perverseneHH. the need for amendment of the pres- telllgence, which I III sometimes useful, ; which the energy developed bj ''i< White cliped Oats at 2.30 I
j, They were fighting to ent law in order that there he"evenhanded" converted Into I) I
may can be employed to advantage. electricity. A
r maintain the old order of things and I No. 1 Timothy Hay 1.75 |
justice! unhampered by To be afraid and not to know whatto windmill of this kind, with threeor
j on the' whole the legislative' body was those who take advantage of the do about It is very bad, bemuse a inure, superposed "stories" I The Best Compound Lard, per tub .$8.00

,e .i rather lukewarm on the subject not law's obscurity or .defects, it does not man who Is afraid und doesn't do anything und one central shaft In capable

f to say indifferent. Itut for one thing appear necessary to continue the discussion about It will generally prove a I, of delivering/ ;auu( llor epower. I All other feed and groceries in porportionNOTICE 1

the emissaries from North Dakota of this matter here. The legislature ; coward in emergencies.! He will turn The old-fashioned type of I .. *

I might have had to return home aftera is in session. It has beforeit and run. Hut if he takes hold of bis | windmill utilizes only about 17 '''''':''''':'''' :KJJUKIK.H: H-KiirjrMiii.W :!1nn.I.H.: ; : K: lt1U.KE.a.a: ; : ,: : ID:

fruitless errand. fear when he has time enough, to per cent of the power of the air

That one thing was the The a bill designed to remedy the lawn make It useful to him, then he can j currents caught by its vanes. It ,
press.
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matter
the of disqualification of acquire enough control 1 Is thoroughly uiiscientlflc. In
over It to keep
Florida is known best I
the educated
press its iudges. It should receive prompt and It under Just enough. at critical moI] Doiunurk today properly constructed
most high-toned and most virile proper attention in order that the ments. I wind motors producemore

I of any in the Union. The state courts of the state may function as When you Bee an acrobat standing I than 70 horsepower. with a

p press with only one or two spineless they should, and, furthermore encourage on his hands In .midair, on top of a &good: wlud.The .

exceptions, thundered forth its nnathenmi respect for the rightful administration church spire you shudder with sym- I nnlhh wind motors how- Tomato GrowersWeare
human pathetic feur. ever, are built on a principle
't ; against slavery and the of the law. It is the If you should try a
1r lash it stunt like that >would! wholly different from that above
made its word pictures so duty of the legislature to atop the yo topple over; I
ti j vivid and threw so much light upon the mere thought of It makes+ you <)elll'rlheLl. They have vunes resembling

I them, till the legislature had to enf' abuse complained of before it goes faint. Hut If jou had- six months to I In form airplane propellers '
I any further tad becomes more seri practice In you would no doubt getaway some\\ hilt modllled/ these packing Tomatoes in Starke.
Well
pitulate. we sing with Highest
; may
yK ous.-Time8-Union. with It even If It walt only by an being usually of sheet Iron und

J Horace Greeley: eighth of an Inch.. -Thomas I.. Musson I live In number. cash
price paid daily. See before else-
"Then hail to the press! Chosen In New York Sun. A windmill of this type automatically ( us gong
Feastlnfc. turns Its vanes edgewise

guardian of freedom, lie that feasts his body with banquets NATURE KNEW HER BUSINESSWhy I to the wind, when the latter ,where.
I
i Strong sword arm of justice bright and delicate fare and starves I blows too hard, thus Insuring the
"vt f emblem of truth! safety of the In the
his soul for want of spiritual food Is the Fact That l Ice Float. Has nppiirutus.
t.. We pledge\ to her l'ause-and she has like him that feasts his slave and Had other type the mime object Is

e I but to'nOed them- starves his wife Important tory of Bearing Earth. on HI- gained through the fact that not W. E. LEE & CO. Inc.

The strength of our manhood, the fire When I behold a fashionable table more than u certain amount of

of set out In all Its magnificence, I fancy air per ",'coull'lIl1, enter betweenthe Headquarters Plant
ii our )'outhl"But If It were not for one peculiar property City, Fla.
that I see gouts and dropsies, fevers of water, the past history of the''I' vertical! Hints, nnd, thus a
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It the noble work of jthe press did and lethargies, with other Innumerable earth would have been completely al- limit Is net, to the speed. at which -- - '
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not end with this. the Inner of the contrivancecan
victory. It brought distempers, lying In ambuscade among tered and man himself might never port -
the guilty ones before the bar of justice the dl he8. Nature delights In the most have been born. revolve
a
and, those whom the law could plain and simple diet. Every animal Almost everj'thing gets bigger whenIt

not punish, are disgraced forever. but man keeps to one dish. Herbs are Is heated and pmuller' when It Is Safety

And as Florida is not the only state the food of this species Ush of that cooled, and In the ordinary course of MOTION PICTURES IN COLORS

t 4' where barbarism has flourished!, the and flesh of a third. Man falls upon events water does exactly the same
everything that comes In his way ; met thing./ Hut the strange( point U. that a'- ,
stirring of the
up subject here will
How Process, Developed by an American
smallest fruit of the
the or excrescence If you pool liter to seven degreesabove
r have fur-reachinir influences. The earth, scarce, a berry or a mushroom freezing! point It stops getting Has Been Brought to High First e

i Florida" press has brought out a now can escape him.- Addition., smaller and begins to expand, continuing Point of Succ: ee. ,
ur J edition of the I
a fifteenth amendments to do so until It becomes Ice.

s, has a good reason for fee'inj;(;; Slmpls That, of course, Is why Ice al'lI'socclI A great" defect of moving picture I
Really Recipe has, been the luck ut. color" The starIng .
.
rrou.l.IIISltU.I.IFlC.110'll [>ll'" more splice than the water I
An old colored was asked
mummy
I black anti white of the ordinary,
I. till. : I : ...JIO\' she from which It Is 1'111tnntl/ so easily
tt..wl.te, II '; 'II photographic' Mini Is tiresome to the
> bursts jugs, and water pipes. It also
: OF JUDGES: taste and fatiguing!: to the (')'e.
AOVEKTIHKMKNT FOil UTILITIES EqUIP. .explains why tee Gnats in water..
MENT But If Various experiment have been made Safety first was adopted as a slogan. by I
water followed the general
kI In dispatch from Tallahassee, Srali'fl proposals will be rrctMvwl by the rule, anti got smaller 1 In coloring mo>lu4; picture, : /fllais, but .ounul'on of the...eraYeay.Isrgeet rsllrosd. ago and companies In the I
cuntluiinlly was promptly
nand as
lrurt oth.
t't published in the ; ;: Town' of Sl.rho Wt none hail beenery satisfactory until t...... up by almost avery large.
corporal..n
Times-Union last Ide until JJ: ( clock, p. m. on JUM d. It grew colder. I'e'oultl be heavier In the United: ..t.,.... .For long
for utilillM miulnmrnt u llHWil below. The the prolilem, wile taken by Dr. Dune a time you ,
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,' Saturday, with reference to a judge town bond lruea'ea will .t thin time and than water and would form at the bob : up could. tlo-- "safety flrst" displayed In .'ery
upon 1 I Jo'ColulIo might
disqualified: under the law ag at present nml. publicly: nil proixuul' p"rll.ubmlt: tom of ponds, rivers and, eiia Instead Icar.and.. <,k' !of the department QfIU' this true In yon the Isrg. .look.hies.i Especially I was ,

to preside in a case that is at. tvit.U complete. unite. each to nonerxto approximately of at the top. alitk.urlhujJpssachuI I i While the I
I 7a k. V. A. of electrical ens ey. aa That would menu that In past Ice .. novelty of the phrsss hag worn
tracting unusual : air *
attention, this vvai ; three |phase JttlO: volt current, and 1 to bv a* ap
.....ltl: by crude/ oil Internal combustion operated enKlnr age all the living tntmhttunts of the 'umru=UJum plicable. today ss It ever ...., and Is sdspt-
I able
to walk
every of life. You should safe
8 water Including the, progenitors of r guard .
your Interest at all
1 crude oil tlmrs. F.peclnlly
1.1 The disqualification Judge tl.lllll) gallons utoraiie CHPilclty.tank of approximately man, would\ have been frozen to death duo l this apple- to your money and vslusblee. 'I

Home was pointed to In legal! circles rent!gee! !( witlthuur approximately." meter alternating electric eur for numerous forms of life are alwaysto I i General I W. hay safety deposit ho... In cur hue I I

li here as another illustration Illl series utrvt IttrhUi. and bracket. be found beneath the lee-topped i al.ala proof vault. .' a '." small annual rent I
of the I constant current transformer. tea of today.\ Why take chances by leaving your Jewelry .
t need of revising the pree.r j Iff potential. transformer ,, InsuranceAND and valuable papers around ths house ,
{' l' ant JaW!!. All the "tatutes l now 1 Ito ft. head submersed, type:/ Impeller Loot I *.to be down.destroyed by ore If It should get btfrna I
pump cal electrld motor.I Why Wing.. 1 I
stand a presiding judge may be I lo" ft. hem) submerged type' Impeller. Ages ago the 1"1111111hose wings Why Uk chsnces and somstlmes endanger '
I disqualified upon affidavits by the pump and, electric motor. are short your life by carrying money round .n yourpervon.
I III ft hrad. eentrtfujat tinnier pump and paddle-like Harpers!! entirely : or hiding It In some Mcluded ?
1 defense that he is prejudiced and electric motor.I useless!! for flight, could fifes well Deposit It I In our bsnk where It will be spot..
I well 8 Inch or 10 Inch about too fret. In
1 i has no way of impeaching or denying depth.. as oily other sen bird. Since the bird Real Estate and check pay Is ths your.best bills receipt by' check.+In the world A csncelled eften
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I affidavits. Frequently the 1 concrete. reservoir or 10,000 gallons capacity. Inhabits only remote lands In or near times avoids dlipulea and prelude* the possibility
,1 procedure is A certified check for five the Antarctic l'eltlons'here It has of having to pay a bill twice. W* I
cent
i resorted! to, it has per t your
been pointed out for the refit of ita amount shall accompany each few human or animal enemies, It came will/ and do your .bookkeeping. .give the very I I
mere bill maiitt payable to the ttond Truet.'ee of best service and mention the ,
of the Tnwn of Slarke.. an a guarantee of wood to spend nil Its time on land or In tea whether to minutest de-
your account be .
purpose delaying the large
trial. t> small.
faith the of the bidder.Mpecirtcationa r
on part'
water. Generation after generation PEEK & BURNS"Not
1 The governor and attorney and instructions biddencan thee :

general be obtained from J... K Craigevnunit: It failed to use Its wings for flyIng :
!, however recommended that Inir enirlneer. 427 Sine St.. Jacksonville, rln.,
t' and *<> In the course of long evolution I
z t the law be amended by duniMiitlntf. one dollar fit) therefor, which
in do circuit will lie returned when the proptmal In ...b- those. wings became very small too big for small businessnor
,1 ., judges throughout the state. A mltt.d or the sprcltteatlons returned.. and stltT' and lost their long feathers, I
shall .. .
1'ropnsal be sealed and .1.1. 4a.4 to too small for big
/, measure to this end Is now pendIng bond trustees of town of Hl rke, Flu. until now they cannot be moved at the business"I I ,
The bond trustee _.eva the right to ...-
before the legislature.In middle Joint like the wing; of flying
jirt all bids
any or or to purchase such portion
the minds of very many people of the above equipment a* the funds will bird Your Business is Cordially So j
beet Allow Interest and which of the is town in their nt Starke.By opinion. to the jut the penguins, became wonderful licited. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

t J. L. SIMMONS: order of the Bond.T1>1Mt.... divers and wlmmera, using their ,
J. T. ttUICt.EY.: (the .. I
PLUMBER AM after other man
wings one a
ELECTRICAL C. A, FUTCH. Chairman. OlEce with C. L. reek & Son I N. T. RITCH W. T. WEEKS, J. n. R1TC$
CONTRACTORESTIMATES Clerk. 1I.'t0.et-.-27 I paddles a canoe with a double paddle .

CHEERFULLY GIVEN To Cure a Cold! in One 1 I'uy I and steering with their feet.. 83 I II IIDIlf'D' President. Vice President.. Cashier. I

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sportsmanship" Wednesday when the I this week guests of :Mrs Emily Abbott. cult, conducted court hero this week.Knsper1 t 1J:; '"

local second nine played a mixed aggregation Mrs. Ivey, of Arcadia, is the guestof Mrs. T. C. Huzen and :Miss: Locu> I I 'I .
G. Duncan of the University
: ( ::B i ts Or I. at Gainesville, the score her sister, Mrs.\ L. J. Wynn Anderson spent :Monday shopping. In i. .
a1 @ Is spending .this week with his 4I \J ,
) ..()( resulting being 13 to 8 in favor of Mrs McKeever and Miss\ :McKeeverof Alachua. ji \
: mother, Mrs.\ Rosa Duncnn. lIe 1 lit a ;
Gainesville. Godwin did the pitching Graham visiting here Tues C. -Litchflcld 1
: were S. V. Andreu and member of the graduating class at : :" '
I IuiorluatiOI1 for the Starku boys and pitched a fine day.R.. O. W. Barry are shipping. sweet corn the U. of F. this: t F
game. :Moore started! the ball P. year. i
rolling Rawley, of Green Cove, was from hero this> week. They are the ,:
c'
Concerning Our for Starke in the third inning, also a business. visitor here hut Sunday first\ shippers! of the season Hugh[ \ Register,' of the) University {11' ; '
I' People, Business and getting two hits out of four times at J. Allen who been (of Florida, Is visiting his mother, Mrs : h t '
(Q : has the guestof Misses\ Iva and Virginia Colson, of 1
It I Il ... Progress in the County and Town. \O bat. Turner hit well, and in sixth Inning his sons, Victor and Clyde of Bush- Pint Hill, were visitors here Saturday C. II. Register. I I" ('. "

Agin: lined out to deep center fora nell, for several days, has returned afternoon The liMh and waffle supper\ given i
under the of the Woman's } ..
three base hit. to his home here. C. E. Crosby was visitor over to auspices '
Jr. of 'JI The two teams will play in Waldo The W. :M. U. of the Baptist/ church Worthington Saturday afternoon Club Monday\ night was quite a success. \ "
\\ :Mann, Lawtey, wus in '
varez.SIr!! realized of
i They the sum! $20. \ .
today. met at the home of :Mrs A. Burden L. ) .a'\l j
.i... 'aturday.U A. A. Brownas' a visitor to Lake '{ .. .. ,
last Mrs\ J. E. Harper has returned n
Tuesday. Butler Saturday afternoon
I : and :Mrs E. :M. from" Sanford, having been wired to \.
Davis THE ttl'
and little FLOIUU.S.lT.lUml:: R. E.
Lee Lakeside
Isabel Bullen of was n business Charlie Marks, uf Ala,'hua, was u '
spent Thursday daughter Jean of the illness of i $"
return account
on !
Ksonville.li motored to Archer visitor here Tuesday.Mrs pleasant visitor to our town :Monday ;' 1 e< '
i I" and spent the week-end with her her little. granddaughter, Loin. At this ", ; ,
parents Florida Sanitarium and hospital, Grant, of St. Augustine, is the afternoon .
Mr. and Mrs\ Anderson.All wutinu t the baby is a little better. .IA ,
\1 1, :X..: T. Ritch and little son, N. Orlando, Fla. Medical, surgical, maternity guest of her aunt, :Mrs. O. Haynes, L. A. and H. R. Brown were visitors _. I
capacity 100 patients. Equipment this wefk.Mrs. to Starve Sunday.S. .
I h" pent Friday in Jacksorl\ ilIl!. 1
kirwU of vegetable crates and modern, rest, diet, physiological L. II. Miller\ of Palntka, wan V. Andreu hus purchased, a new '

E. :M. Thomas ia in Jackson- hampers at Kickliter's. therapeutics. Unexcelled in the south. a visitor here Saturday. She was! on Ford truck. I \ .

lting relatives. east. 525tf. her way to Lawtey where she vill be I M. P. Matheny and sons. Emra end | rENT-A-\VORD 'If. .

Col. A. Z., Adkins and Hon A. S. i the guest: of Mrs. Blanchard. Athoe, spent the first of the week vii-.

Crews went to Lake Butler Monday to LAWTEYLowtey :Miss Carroll Allen and Herman Allen iting relatives at :Madison. i..
velvet Deans at Kicklitcr's.h .
day
] attend circuit court for Union coun of Bushnell, are guests! of their J. D. Baxter: and sons, Harvey ami':'

ty. grandparents, Mr. and :Mrs.: J. Allen. Grady, were visitors to Sturke <
\ --. Florence Powell and little son I' May\ 23-Dr. Powell's sub q :t
sJf
The tomato here is unusually day. 1'uel'I "'EU-l.lIh"r. Inquire Lawrence
crop
ject at Grace church next Sunday will
Ii spent Friday in Jacksonville. :Mrs. J. R. Davis returned home be "More Than Conquerors," in the I ImorninjL' large this season. The farmers are Owing: to church services !j Development Co., Brooklyn, Fla. s 1
night, B. Y. I' U. will meet at eight 5-1-It. i .
Thursday from load here this
Palatka where expecting yt a cur
she and in the "Man\ t
I evening
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> dICe\ A. V. Long, of Palatka, was I
j o'clock
All members ,
Tuesday evening. I, visited her brother, H.| M.\ deMont-: and His Capital." I week. prompt. urgedto 4 "
mollin. Miss\ .Carrol Cain left Sunday for C'cilIoore, of Theressa, has beena be present I FOli SALK:-One horse wagon cheap, '
Cantey Oliver, of Pine Hill, was a 15 head :
Gainesville where she will spend a visitor here. gouts and! light Ford truck pIn
MISI- Iris Epperson left
-it relatives in Jacksonville.yesterday Misses :Margaret Long, Hilda few days with relatives. Rev. Jones, pastor of the Baptist visitor here Tuesday! morning good order, or will trade) fur good +

Struth, Elma Kubinette and P. D. Wilmot Brown came home Sunday church, cancelled his appointment on cow. Frank Peterson, Starke. U* I ,

\11'18 Isabel Fernandez is at Kings i Carpenter motored to Jacksonville on from Augusta, Ga., and will spend his Sunday lust on account of revival: services LAKE HUTLRR: SALK:-Horse and covered wag y, t s con r4krl'OR
i Friday. vacation with his parents Dr. and at the Methodist\ church, that
r of :Mrs.:\ ,
nke guest Cady.
Lake ) 25. cheap, also sweet William 'j
I Butlt'rIIY -Tuesday, ,
4 Mrs G. W. Brown. the Baptists might work with the
I 22ml the election took James Stewart Gnann 1 "
May city place plant! ,
John Dubose wall a visitor to Jack- :Miss Deiilah Edwards;; Mrs.\ Amanda :Mrs A. :M. Blanchard and daughters Methodists In their meeting. i t ofcllATESWe
with the following results: farm, southeast of Starke. It
Ik- Friday. 1 Silcox and children, Rachel! and Arthurine and Catherine, are E. V. Priest, of Green Cove, was ,'
For P. M.\ Padgett.For --- -
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I I Muriel, returned home Tuesday froma I visiting relatives in Jacksonville this transacting, business here this week 'I mayor I I' t
t aldermen, N. E. Roberts<1 H. : have for sale crates '
a \ it with relatives in Jacksonville. 'week. :Mr. :Manning, of Starke, was n business
',apt. S. A. Bryan was a business ,,, Rosenberg.For for corn, cucumbers. squashes, ..tomatoes -
,
J. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, was visitor here.this week I a .tF
mi" to Tampa Monday. I I IHr city clerk and tax .assessor! C. etc., at 20 cents. each.
I II I: :Mr. and :Mrs. Win. J. Thomas and transacting business in Lawtey see Mrs. :Mattie Williamson and daughter ; a
F. Rivers.For Strongly. made. Snellgrove':; crate !
children, of Jacksonville, were recent eral days last week. :Mrs. hey, left Tuesday for Arcadia 11
anti Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., tax collector II. L. Fowler. factory, near dupvt. Stnrko. 5-25-.1t:
guests of Mr. and Mrs\ A. J. Thomas. :Mrs Ruth Barstow and children, where they will visit relatives .9
., I Ilimdwin I For marshal. F. P. Oilom.. l
Thursday in Jacksonville. day I
it who have been spending a few weeks L. A. Wynn and family, of Stnrke, )KINGSLFA'. 1.\.1'--1'11111). : E. Canovn
Fur night mal'MhalV.. A. Knight. I
1'| here with relatives left Friday for spent Sunday with11'\ Wynn's cottage for rent. $15 per week
Marr the of rel- Mr. and Mrs J. W. Townsend and,! f
was guest Mrs.\ Ada Sauers and grandchildren :Middleburg, where they will visit relatives brother, L. J. Wynn. Cash with application.! Peek & '
">- and friends in Highland Sun- William and Margaret Brown, left before returning to their homein MISH Vern Satoii, .,,1' Di-crlU-l I, is family are spending. the week at 01"1 Burns, Starke, Fla. 5-11-tf

dt for Astor. visiting relatives and friends here ange Springs
jesterday Homestead, Pa., where ;
i :llrH. K. M. Townsend and. children | FARM: FOIL! S.\Ll'-I: olfer for sol.
they will spend the summer. :Mrs. O. L. Thomas and daughter, L. J. Wynn was transacting business -
lis., G. A. Anderson, of Lawtr--, Miss[ Essie, of Jacksonville, visited! in Graham Tuesday have returned home lifter. tin extend.I i j my farm, consisting of 80() acres of +

,i truest this week of her parMr. CtiO cures :Malaria Chills and Fever friends, here Sunday. :Mrs K. Wntterson nnd :Mrs. E. rd. visit with her parents, :Mr. and! And( r>5 acres( cultivated, square ,

and Mrs. W. J. Epperson i I Dengue or Bilious Fever. It de- A. M. Blanchard, Robert Dlanchal'dnnd Williams were business! visitors to :Mrs H. J. Stewart, of Hradentown. 'I frnmu dwelling and good: barn; ti

stroys the germs 5l20t.W. !Misses Enza and Wilma Blanchard Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Townttend was accompanied) on I various crops planted on !3)."> acres. 1

,hedge R. A. Green and Col. A. Z. were visitors to Jacksonville on Mrs "'. P. Dirt and children) Marvin her return hO1hy! her grandmother, Also' one good mule, I II I head of cut r

Ai'Kin" *. were attending to business in'' :M. Wainwright and N. Stern- Sunday. and. Florrie Belle, of Louise, were Mrs Stewart.J | tie and all my farm implement ; t
1 n',n.a..sville Friday afternoon. L. Brown and son, Carl, of :Mil- Price $2,000 cash. Plate. on Rm-'
berg motored to Tampa Sunday. :Mr. Miss Joyce( Powell, of Winter !Haven week-end guests 01'Irs.: Birt's sisters I
Sternberg will visit tither places whilein is spending a few weeks here with Misses\[ Mary and Ada Nimmo. Icr, were business visitors to Luke ford mail, .1! miles northwest uf

Mr" ., Lena York"and children south Florida. her grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. W. Oscar Dyal, of Graham, has been butler Wednesday.Mrs. Starke. ,1. M. Norman, route 2, box $ k

'n goneNew to spend the >. Powell. transacting business here. W. A. RuwN, and, little nun, of 0, Sturko. n4.lt.I'AY +t. e,

rimer.t !, Chickens and eggs wanted at ,Kickliter's. R. II. Smith spent Sunday With his Revival) services which have been : Worthington Springs r ore visiting her '
'grandmother, Mrs. M. E. Koborts.' ( COUNTY; NOKMAl SCHOOL;
.. family in Jacksonville Saturday conducted by Rev. Whitworth, district
M II. D. went Illstv..k Dr. and, Mrs. J. E. :Mninc-s attended, The Cloy County Normal School .
s. Hemingway Albert Jennings, of New York, Is evannX'list hero for several weeks, ''
to North Carolina to visit re'aMr. : Mrs\ Grace Ford" and Miss\ Carrie spending few days here with rel- closed, Tuesday evening. They were the medical association! in Jacltsnnw'ille for Teachers will open Mny let nt

I Uglow will leave Tuesday for :North: atives and friends.R. well attended and enjoyed. by the peer" lust wk.MII'or Green Cove Spring, und, continue for r r

Branch, :Mich., where they will spend, R. Thede was transacting busi- pie. R. E. Dell and Hon, Ernest, eight weeks. Those wishing to prepare .
and Mrs. L. E. Miner and lit- the summer ness in Jacksonville Thursday.E. spent' Thursday in Alachua.Mr. for /first;; second! or third grade) 1 1
', und :Mrs Roy Clark and, children certificates will do well to take the
daughter, Pauline, spent Friday B. Wells was a visitor to MM- BltOOKEKBrooker
Jacksonville I W. A. Scott, who has spent the past dleburg Friday.Mr. of Jacksonville, are visiting Mr. course The program(: will bo so ar- .. ,

_, I term teaching, in the DeLand public : and Mrs. Fortune Moulin, of May\ 2.">-L. R. Gainey and) and, Mrs.! W. A. Wright this week. runged that amy one wishing to do so

Mi., and :Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., school, will return home tomorrow to I .Ta'kRO1"iIIl'! spent Sunday here with lion, Royce, and II. I). Thomas spent Foster Eddy, of Alachua, spent Sunday may) review on all subjects. t'' s'

-ID. nt Sunday in Lawtey at the home spijnd a while with his parents, Mr. ;Mr. and. :Mrs :M. Padgett. I Tuesday! afternoon in Gainesville.Mrs. afternoon here with frpiuln.| This special] term for teachers i I..* i e (

i icr father, E. J. Roberts. and :Mrs. F. A. Scott. :Mrs Mada Miller, of Palatka, spent : C. J. Crews of Bradfordspentlast Mr.\ and :Mrs. Garland Purnell, of provided! for arid under the control of I r ,

Sunday with :Mr. and Mrs\ B. L. Blanchnrd. Thursday! here with relatives. Jacksonville, spent Saturday afternoon the county board, of public Instruc }

.;i66( quickly relieves Constipation, :Mrs T. G. Carter, who has been Mesdames Idelln! Priest, of Hampton with !Mrs 1'nrnell's mother, :Mrs Lion ,,i ,

0u"'-,usness, Headaches, Colds and La- visiting;!' her sister, Mrs. L. E. Miner, :Mr. and Mrs E. E. Burney and and I. L. Pinholster, of Green Nona Duncan The till! Ion to students from other

." 'iupc.'' 5-4-'Ot. and parents!, Mr. and Mrs.\ R. S. Powell children spent a few days with relatives Cove Springs, spent part of lust week Hal Y. Moines, of Sanford, is vU- counties! will be very mod,'rat..... s
will return tomorrow to her home in Jacksonville last week. here at the home of L W. Pinhol- iting his parents, fir and, :Mrs. J. F. You\ will enjoy n term with us. 1 '

Miss Ada Register, of Luke Butler, in Cocoa. :Mr. and :Mrs L. A. burr and children Maines. Pome. J. N. OVERS! ULTZ, ,
ster.Mr. lion A. V. Long judge of this cir iFSTABIISHFO
the guest of her aunt, :Mrs L. 1 motored to Sanderson Sunday :\ and Mrs A. E.: :McKinney and, 1-20-H':! Principal. i iatt

!E t iitman. :Mr. and Mrs\ Ed. R. :Nelf: and children and spent the day. son Wednesday for Newman. Ga., -- /

Margaret and Ed. Jr., returned Louis Black was a visitor to Jacksonville where Mr. :McKinney( will study telegraphy :DJwmon/'ltIr.lCJr.JllJc..lQI.JaJUlllIiIIII'KllIiJl.JIJmmVI: !:! ) : )( >fWii IID@@rft7tJCfCU.1tDG1G1nC.al: ,,1

The Limbauirh Sunday night from Jacksonville, the Newman Institute.W. .
N. in
residence of T. Sunday W. Ell.." D.vli 18HO R.w.on J. D..i
<( oil and Cherry streets, is undergo- where they were guests of :Mr. Neflf's The revival services which began at Crews and family left Wednesday -

.xtensive repairs. mother, Mrs.\ J. B. Neff. the Baptist church last week will con- for Hoboken, Ga., where they GEN RALINSURANCEFIIU t .

____ ___ | tinue throughout this week. Rev. E. will be guests of relatives for two ,

'arpenters are busy repairing the Rev and Mrs. Blanchard D. Law, D. Boyer, assisted. by Rev. Boatright, weeks. : AUTOMOBILE(

residence of P. E. Canova, Walnut who are well! known in Starke, have I is, doing the preaching :M. P. Matheny win a visitor! to LIFE 1'ORNAUO I

and Ninth streets. i returned to their home in New Sheriff{V. J. Epperson and Deputy High !Springs' Wednesday.. ACCIDENT PLATE CLASS '

Smyrna after attending the Southern W. W. Buisden, of Starke, were Claude Crosby spent part of last HEALTH RAIN '

Brabham, Iron and Whippoorwill( Baptist convention. Kansas City, visitors to Lawtey Sunday. week transacting business ut the I "
Bond of
,;peas) at Kickliter'a. :Mo. The Ladies Aid Society of the :M. I county site Entry Drxriplion r

I E. church, South, served dinners last E. II. demons and, family; of Wau-
:;, J. R. DAVIS & CO. STARKE FLA :
Mrs. Mada Miller, of Palatka, spent I J. H. Fields, who has'! spent the past Saturday at :Mrs. Edwards store. A chulu, have moved) to our town and ., r
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'11' week-end with Mrs. W. E. :Mid- winter in Pennsylvania, has returned nice sum was! realized. are located in the cottage recently vu- t'e' !"+fti0@lEttftll@t0@iBtiftlffRtt7tJ@mt7GftqfrfE7AtmintrtDl@@t( ( tfP7tB! +! ": inturorancxBcnni5AVEIANDTMR : f, 'fir

dl<.t"n. I i, to Starke to be with his wife and Dclma Wilkorson left Frid.ty for rated by W. Crews and family.

'! son, who have spent( several months Plant City; where he will spend a few :Miss Madge Midillt-ton I \ who has

Mrs L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernan'ima here with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. days. been here on a week's visit with Miss f

is visiting at the home of her 1 I R. S. Powell. Mrs: A Jbl'rt108eley of Jacksonville Marguerite Slirlver, returned to her 51

wn, L. A. Davis, Jr. visited,) relatives and friends here home at Stark! Wednesday Scju4NlwRl -
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Si'nday., II. E. Thomaw and C. E. Crosby WORLD 3MILE3 r ARP rrneLV m'W 1
ON
YOU WITn R rROWNI
'ol. E. M. Johns has been in Lake |I church will give social this Richard Lang, of :Maxville, spent spent Friday transacting business In i

"itler during the week attending cir, evening. The committee in charge Sunday in town. rI\I"lPIIViPe.; '

< it court. I are Mrs E..M. Davis, :Mrs. S. E.BrownleerMrs. :Mi's. I.. A. :Marr and Miss Delia Mr. Priest "r Hampton, was a .'isitur -

Ii i ; : John Uglow and :Miss P.Ianchard motored to Starke Friday. to cur tcvsn Friday.M. .

Mrs.V.. L. Moore and children, of' Mabol Weller. Mrs Addie ;McLain of Jacksonvilleis 1. F. IIa.er: of Winter Park, tp" it i-

Jacksonville, visited her sister, :Mrs. spending a few days this week with tn<' week-end here with homefo'ki.

I aton Morgan, first of the week. S. S. Dowling returned Saturday relatives near here L. R. Gainey was n visitor over to

from a visit in Tallahassee with rel W. E. Torode was transacting business Worthington; Friday afternoon.

;Mrs. II. L. Drownlee.and daughter, i'atives. Mrs. Dowling and little daughter in Starke Thursday. Messrs.: H. I' Gainey and, R. A.

Mary, are in DeLand visiting Mrs. Nettie, will return today. Theyare :Mrs Will Alford, of Sanderson, is Weeks spent Saturday transacting,

Brownlce's sister, :Mrs. J. E. FuUh. occupying their recently purchased the' guest this week of her sinter, business in Jacksonville.Rev. '
property on :N.: Walnut street. :Mrs. L. A. Marr. Proctor, of Lake Butler tilled 1 TIlE MANVIIO

Another carload of cattle was! ship- Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., hill appointment here Sunday.
ped to Plant City by J. T. Hickey Mrs. E. :M. Greeson and uncle, J. L. nnd Mrs. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, were Mr. and :Mrs. P.' M. Barefoot and CULTIVATES PROSPERITY L '

Saturday. Wellman, who have spent the pant visitors here Sunday. daughter attended church, at :Miller

winder\ at the home of Rev. and :Mrs.,' Melvin Prescott, of Highland), seas Sunday. < CULTIVATES RESPECT fl''Ii

:Mrs.:\ Bruce Norman of Jacksonville, W. E. Daugherty, will Wave today for transacting business( In town Saturday Miss Sara Kejly, of New River, wasa

is the guest of Mrs. E. S. Matthewsthis Fitzgerald, Ga., and after spending a I' visitor here Saturday.Ella The proper regard for prosperity, and the willing ort I "
will to their homein of Gainesville on the part of any one to embrace and sustain. It, starts. )
week. short time there | go Dempsey- Edwards left Friday form Mae:\ Ha/en, the letters linking up in the word "ACHIEVEMENT.:

Indianapolis, Ind. home in Tennessee, after spent!. spent the week-end here with home- The world like the prosperous man ] has am all use for i

Owen Griffin went to Jacksonville fig a year here.A. folks.E. the spendthrift. You can ace this fact exemplified every
yesterday/to visit at the home of his Mrs. Ada Sauers had as !guests on A. Stokes, of South Georgia, B. Andreu was a visitor over to day. Prosperity Is not gained through "wlshee"-bu&
Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Harry Shup, : and through work. .WORKING AND SAYING U the back 1 qtr
uncle, Levi Dyal. ;Monday, pent Monday Tuesday here with Worthington Saturday. bone of prosperity. Reserve ,
a portion of
earning*
of South Fork, Pa., :Mr. and Mrs.: his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs.! G. W. I Rev. Parker of Georgia, will fill and convert them Into .\VL GS. your I

Mr. and Mrs. Owen Dyal and little Sydney Shup, of St. Cloud, :Miss Kin- Stokes. his appointment here Saturday and
daughter, of Jacksonville, are guests ney, Miss\ Simpson and ;Miss Simms, I Sunday at the Free Will Baptist This Bank welcome you to Its army of ThrlfUrs" t

at the home of her father, A. L. AlIP of Johnstown, Pa. The partys traveled HAMPTON church. Everybody invited to. attend 11 t,

-=- .... by automobile and were enr ute 'these services.Miss jJANK OF STAUKE
YOU HAVE home, after spending the winter in Hampton :May 25.: -:Mrs. I. J. Lucile Harrell, of Bradford,

If MaIa..Pn-IIc...H.h..C\\ Florida. '. Priest and Mrs.\ I. W. Pinholster have was a visitor here Saturday. The )Hank of IlelpftilSeni-e 1 .
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spent
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...I.iI.- ..... .. Mla4Jutt's GAINESVILLE TEAM I DEFEATS were g-ueiU of friend and relative! Pine Hill, the guest of Iva Col-


\ !!!!: P lls1 I STAKKETEAM- for Mr.a few anl days.)Ir". Alva Saxon of Deer.' ,son.Mm. Osteen and niece, of High

M The boys of Starke showed "great field! are the, gj u of relative here Sprints: spent the week-end here, the

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''i1 these agents will demonstrate how to !groves seriously infested with an unknown TRIBUNE: : MOVES TO NEW HOMEIN I moved a distance of about three m

'i' ........ apply the method and will have dem- worm or Insect sent twigs QUICK TIME from Park Row to West
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onstration fields where results can and leaves to the state plant board in street, and set up in the new plan,
be noted throughout the season. order to /find out what this insect can Most of Equipment Transferred to in about twenty-two hours."
c' ;.i With The Bradford In Lafayette, Jackson, Union and be. Uptown Plant in Single Day
: Bradford counties, which have no
MURDER CHARGE: IN
agents, the state plant board are Leon Now. quartered in its fine new ORAM.
-Organization of
''i'' county poul- COUNTY'S SKELETON _
County !Farmersi sending special representatives, dur try association completed; 25; charters, home on Fortieth Street, the New t.1. -
ing May and June, to assist the farm. members. Considerable enthusiasm York Tribune occupies one of the

L_.....................-.:.-..-.-...........-..__................-1 I ers in applying the method. for a community incubator of 10,000 ,I, most modern newspaper plants in the I into Orlando circumstances, May 18--An ln\estiKi.,
I I The college of agriculture of the capacity. world. To the nineteen linotypes 0 surroundingdeath
1: u k lt l-!, ., University of Florida, the State Plant transferred from the old quarters of Capt. Alexander P. Bo
S t STATEI' ; There will be quite a number of acre- I Board their representatives' and the NERVE EXPLOSIONSDo : : have been added twenty-four multiple : whose skeleton, authorities as
t GROWING; ; IN: THE
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\Iodell was found in the woods '
farmers are all lined magazine machines, eighteen : neat
solidly for
SIIOWSl'KUY: INCREASE: :! : 1 ttKt-s planted in Orange county this up a I
| season and there were some good uhilewind 'sure-kill' fight on the weevil 0 you ever get up in the morn- 8s, four :Model !I'll and two :Model 21s. city last December, resulted tocla
.' i plantings in this county last season and it is freely predicted that the ing "out of the wrong side of bed" The Tribune starts off in its new the grand jury returning an imii'
+ Probably! 1.000"rt'll() Will "lie Planted 1'' also. cotton crop of Florida this year will and find everything during home with an up to the minute com- neat charging John W. Clore and
goes wrong
; '1 his tear. 1 show j and with all other departments con, Raymond, of Lady Lake. >
t to Grapes The acreage: planted to adapted a decided increase over that of the day Buttons come off. Shoe- posing room, -
I murder in the first degree in .
last operating at a high degreeof cot
| bunch grapes in Florida this seasoni year laces break. Breakfast toast is i
tion with Boyer's death.
An authority on grape culture in i I will bo limited by the quantity of scorched. The street car is late efficiency.
i t the state says that the acreage planted suitable plants available, according to GROW LEGUMES AFTER i und packed to the doors when it does "Since the presses in the old build- I According to evidence allegro
to grapes in Florida this year will reliable authority. Greater impetusis THE SPRING CROP AND o come, so there's no seat for you. ing on Park Row finished printing have been placed before the grni'
4 approach the thousand acre mark, the being given to the development THE LAND IS BETTERED As the day progresses, it seems jesterday's edition," ran a story in jury, Clore had attempted to tai.
biggest season's planting thus far. jof I bunch grape growing this year that there's a conspiracy afoot to the Tribune April 16, "almost 1,500\ Boyer's life on a train several d<,

A dt'cude ago when the commercial (;than ever before, because it Is being Idleness is a crime and the farmer make you irritable. All the trance tons of machinery, books, records, before the army officer is thought
i introduction the adapted bunch j more and more apreciated that the industry who allows land to lie idle after the walkers and half-wits in the world furniture and other equipment have have been killed. Witnesses are ''I
1 1 grapes was begun in the state, the I is upon a firm basis. main money crop of the year has been manage to get in your way. been hauled six miles by motor truck derstood to have testified that Bo
1 common plantings were from one to a I har\'ested-without some really justifiable The jinx follows. Fingers are and installed in the new plant. This was charged with interfering in fa:
t, Y .M dozen vincts, occasionally 50 to 100 I 11 f PLRCENT OF WEEVILSI reason-is guilty of a crime. clumsy, refuse to obey your brain feat, which required the work of 300 ily affairs of Clore's.

{1 There were a few early pert-age plant I srnVIVED THE WINTER: ; That may be putting it pretty strong, readily, and you break things from skilled mechanics, and a fleet of The jurors were told it was >ai.i..
., ings from one up to ten acres. A few .MEANS 1 : IIARII FIGHTING but this mistake cannot be warned dishes to pencil leads. trucks, was carried through withouta that Boyer was with Clore's wife
i ', years, later, when the value of the against ton strongly\ according to J. The mailman apparently has hitch on time-table schedule, so tre train when the angry"" husband .
y' I ( Introduced varieties was better recog, i That strict measures to control the M. Scott of the Florida experimentstation. I joined the conspiracy. He brings the tnat there might"" be no interruptionin tempted first to "get him." The..- n
.;.' nized. the plantings of from 50 to 100 :'avaRes"" of the boll weevil In Florida'scotton wrong kind of lettersdisappointments the paper's publication. ductor on the train concealed Boyciand
( increased, and there were many more I field must be taken this year "Idleness makes loafers; the kind bills.Everything. "The value of the weeks of care- he afterward came to Orange"
1 acreages put in, almost invariably an I is evidenced by the fact that about that sit around and tell the other fellow : is out of sorts. Like ful planning and preparation which county. It is alleged that Clore's
,} 4 acre or two. I I1 j i per cent of last year's weevils lived how to do it. In fact, idleness is the Irish soldier, you decide "every- preceded the moving was apparent in lured Boyer into the woods where th
t The results from these small acre- j(> through the winter and are out and a crime. An dthis is applicable to body's out of step but me." the smothness with which it was car father killed him. .
.' ages were HO favorable that considerable ready for business. land as well as to men," Prof. Scott Most of us have enough of the ried out. As soon as the old presses State Attorney Jos. II. Jones, wi

1 impetus was given to grape |;' Plant Commissioner Wilmon New- says.A. superstitious lurking in our brains I to stopped early Sunday morning, the with Attorney General Sylvester
''i growing. Bigger fruit men became,, ell of the state plant board of Florida soil that is not kept busy grow make us believe that bad luck is dismantling crews loaded the machinery Townsend, Jr., of Delaware, workedon
+ h! interested and investigated and a few" who lirected hibernataion tests at ing some useful crop will grow a crop shadowing us on the days when and equipment on trucks which. the case, declared he was posits
years later, larger acreages were mor I Gainesville, in speaking of these tests I of weeds and weeds take fertility everything goes wrong. sped over a route designated by the that the skeleton could be satisfac
common and there was much talk oft said, "A large per centage of boll from the soil and 'mean another crop The police department to the new build- torily identified as Boyer. He said th
still bigger plantings. weevils survived the winter. Of 20- of weeds and further loss of fertility simple truth is, bur nerves are ing. By the co-operation of the po- killing of, Boyer took place in the faa.
lI.c r Within the past few years the interest 000 placed in 'cages at Gainesvillelast next year, is the experience of this on edge, probably due to something lice department the trucks were able of 1921 and that the condition of ci-,.
in grape growing in Florida full, 2,786, or 14 per cent, had farm specialist, who goes on to say: we ate the day before, or to our to traverse the distance in less than bones when found made it difficult 'r.
_ P 4 tI has developed very rapidly and im- come out of hibernation by May 15, "It Is true that weeds add some blood pressure being too low or too half the ordinary time. On their ar- identify them.Habitual .
petus was given to the the interestby and there were others yet to come out humus but there they stop in their i high.Life rival in Fortieth Street their load
the formation of the Florida This is an abnormally high winter mite of good. Grow a legume on the at such times seems more were quickly transferred by other
0 Grape Growers' Association, which survival and portends a year of excessive land-which can be done almost as I aggravating than usual. But the gangs of men to the elevators and M Cormipatton toll: Days curedin
trouble is in
soon passed the 100 mark in member weevil damage." easily as can a weed-and besides hu- :I the ourselves, not in life then installed on floors and in positions "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specia./,
lr ship and has held half dozen successful Because of the expected excessive mus there will be added to the soil or people we encounter. They called for on tags with whicheach prepared SyrupTonic-Laxatf for Habit V
; conventions. weevil ravage, Dr. Newell recom- the very dearest and most vital ele average about the same, day in and individual piece was marked. Constipation. It relieves promptly hut
r tan 1 The interest in grape growing in mends that farmers make every effort I ment of plant food-nitrogen. day out. "This, added to the large amount of should to induce be regular taken regularly action. It for Stimulates 14 to 21 dj/s and i

1 9 Florida has developed as a direct result i to carry out every phase of the Florida "Beggarweed, cowpeas, peanuts and For instance: We saw a man new equipment, including four super Regulates. .'Very Pleasant to Talu.- 6 F of the satisfactory returns from who directed hibernation tests at I velvet beans are probably the best I rush into an office building. As he speed octuple presses, gives! the Tribune tier bottle.
the plantings of the adapted varieties o; says that it is absolutely necessary legumes for this state. It is a little i went through the revolving door, he in its new scientifically planned
of grapes whose commercial introduction I that the method be applied exactly as i late to plant velvet beans, but it 1 is decided that the party In front of seven-story building, the most modern To Stop a Cough Quicktake
ft was begun about a decade ago. I recommended in Experiment Station not too late to plan( peanuts, cowpeasand him was a slow-moving moron, so he newspaper plant in the world. HAYES' HEALING HONEYS a
I r u; It has been thorughly demonstrated Bulletin 165 arid in the Quarterly Bul- beggarweed.! swung the door viciously in an obvious Every department is now equipped cough medicine which stops the cough by
that Florida can and does grow a letin for October, 1922, of the State "Hundreds of acres of land that attempt to knock down the with the maximum facilitites for healing. the inflamed and irritated tissues.
V number of varit-tie s of bunch grapes Plant Board. either of which may be have grown crops of cucumbers, can stranger in his path. Nerves. Meet. turning out its particular portion of SALVE A box for of Chest GROVE'S Head O-PEN-TRATE
Colds Colds and
s that a number of these varieties are secured from county agents or the taloupes, celery or other spring crops inur the same stranger under similar the work. Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
of sufficient vitality and have the Gainesville offices of these Institu- could advantageously be planted to circumstances next day, the man (i if "The provisions made for handlingnews HA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
'p qualities which enable them to resist tions. these crops, instead of being left to feeling normal) probably would trail from all parts of the world atop should be rubbed on the chest and throat
!;3 disease readily. They are longlivedM o I It Is highly important that the fate and a crop of weeds. For the the stranger placidly through the speed are particularly complete. of children suffering from a Cold or Croup
_ (; varieties. Permanent vineyards have method be applied according to direc- sake of the land, of the livestock on door and maybe pause to borrow a Twenty-five direct Western Union Hide The the healing throat effect combined of Ham'with the Heallntf healing Honry effect In-of

been proven a practical accomplishment tions. If applied properly, it means your farm, and of your pocketbook, match and exchange the time of day and Postal telegraph wires link the toe brave's skin Pen-Train soon stops a counh.Both Salve. throuilb the pore ul
? in Florida. Ten consecutive that ,90 per cent of a normal cotton plant a legume on this idle land and and home brew recipes. 0 editoral rooms with all points of the ramedin are packed In one carton and the
t i t seasons of healthy growth of grapes crop will be made, other conditions convert what would otherwise be a There is nothing quite as cranky asa compass, and in addition to these cost_Just of the ask combined your treatment druggist la 35c.for m HAYES'HEALING
y of adapted varieties have thoroughly being favorable. I crime into a personal and public ben- drunkard or other dope fiend recovering there are automatic printers which HONEY.IJIllmmmuam''UllllDll.a.
dissipated the fear that these varieties efaction." from a debauch., with nerves carry the reports of the Associated
s might not be long lived. WATERLOO NOW BEFORE on eall'e-a hangover. All u 01 us' a t Press the City News service, and the ,
t a t Grapes that have gone through ten BOLL WEEVIL DECLARES EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF times feel the same way, without any Standard News service directly into I aommmmml1liD
{ ;-. seasons in this state continue to show PLANT COMMISSIONER"Some : COUNTY; AGENTS preliminary debauch.We the editorial rooms.
l the same healthful qualities they die! have simply lost control of our "So much of the news gathering a---

ht I the first year planted. That is all morning early in June Mr. Polk-Watermelons are being ship- nerve force. The pipes are leaking, for a modern newspaper! is dependent
', that could be expected of grapes any- Boll Weevil is (going to wake up to ped and are on local markets. Small eager to explode. on the telephone that the phone 'service -
; ,, where. No vineyard in the North the fact that war has been declaredon shipments of citrus still being made. What can we do about it? Well, in the new building has received
)tp{ that Is neglected for several years him and his kind throughout North for one thing, we can keep ourselves special attention. The Tribune is the
t,I will survive. That Is just as true in Florida. He is also going to find, to Osceola-Organized a citrus club under control by a determination to first newspaper to be equipped with: 25 cent
," California and elsewhere. But grapes his amazement that the forces organized of 20 boys in St. Cloud. Had two lessons maintain a placid and easygoingstate machine-switching; apparatus, 1 it 4
will stand worse treatment in Flori- against him are equipped so far. of mind. Ruination of the new number, Pennsylvania '&4000 putting -
;, da than most other climates. That with a deadly and efficient weaponfor whole day dates from the first yielding it in the Pennslyania exchange,
I has been thoroughly demonstratedalso. his destruction, a system of fight J..ake-We loaded out first car of to anger when the button comes the first automatic switching central Want
,: '! ing new to him and which he cannot watermelons; on May 8; it sold for off as we start to dress. The more installed by the telephone company Add
y+' One county in the state this season outwit. In short he is going to be 1000. we yield, the more we allow ourselves "The traffic plant, installation engi- .
r it is said, will have a new acreage of 'up against' the Florida method of to become irritated, the higher neering and commercial departmentsof
above 300 acres. Another county, in toll weevil control." Jefferson-Five thousand satsuma the pressure mounts. in cur inter. the telephone company lent every will sell I
which were planted more than two So declared Wilmon Newell, plant trees were contracted for by farmers sal mechanism.A assistance so that the new switch a
,. .' dozen acreages last year, will do even commissioner of the State Plant after a satsuma meeting here this good motto, when nerves are on board, with its thirty trunk fines, for

I better this year and one single acreage Board of Florida, in a recent interview week. edge is "Oh, well, nothing nor nobody incoming and outgoing calls and 200
4 t may be as large as 100 acres. Vegarding this method of weevil is worth getting mad at. A extensions inside the building mightbe
( ''i I 1 1r control which was developed last year Wakullu-Eleven girls signed up hundred years from now, what dif- ready on time. The change from $$200 Horseor
+ under his direction. Continuing, Dr. for poultry club work this week; also ference will it make?"Tampa i the manual system of calling numbersto
Newell said: made two and received And deliveredone Times. the new dial system required an

'' 1' "Just how effective this method Is, baby chick orders. extended course of training for the
f, Queer is shown by the results where it was WILMINGTON{ DEL. FINDS IT seven operators who will furnish a
used last year In 20 fields of upland F'lagler=Many growers who were DOES NOT OWN ITS OWN SITE twenty-four hour phone service. As
cotton, where the method was applied not in it this year have resolved to early as last December dummy dials
Feelings"Some join our local potato growers' association were supplied to the operators, so I
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l the average production was 439 Municipality Agreed to Settle For a
which lias' just shipped its that they could practice on them, Car
pounds of seed cotton to the acre, Half Billion Dollars I $$1000
sj.a i "time ago, I was very while where the method Was not applied first\ crop. and since the installation of the "
h Irregular. writes Mrs. Cora switchboard in
the
new building almost j
Robe of Pikeville, Ky. "I although conditions were identically The city of Wilmington, Del., has ,
.4 suffered a great deal and knew the same, the yield was only Hamilton-Visited 32 watermelon discovered that it does not own the a month ago they have been tak- '-
I must do something for this. fields this week and found many of lag turns in learning its many new
161 pounds to the acre, thus showingan land upon which it is built, so it has : or a
i y condition.with back I and suffered mostly increase of 275 pounds. This acre the growers spraying with bordeaux agreed; to settle for $500,000,000 with features. To guard against error
my limbs.my I would a weakness have dreadful In- ,, increase was worth at current prices mixture to prevent the spread of anhracnose. the Springer heirs, who claim the o provision has been made to have the
headaches. I had hot flashes I for cotton and seed, $22.22, while it ; property.In chief operators at the Tribune's
and very queer feelings and oh. cost only $1.57 to apply the treat 1808, Carl Springer, who owned switchboard check each call on which
how my head hurt I i read of Brevard-Found a patch of a 'busy' or 'don't answer' $10,000Farm
asparagus
ment which made the increase possi the land by virtue of a grant, leasedit response
that has been thriving for several has been given three times. As soon
ble. Had this method been used over to a Swedish church corporation
r ,:L Florida's cotton acreage in 1922, it years in a garden at Georgianna; verily -I for 100 years as this report is received for the third

1: CARDDI would have meant an increase of over anything will grow successfully The lease expired in 1908. Meantime time the,call is automatically switch.ed .
1 'H 22,000 bales and more than 11,000 in this state. the heirs of Carl Springer, numbering to the Tribune's chief operator,
who 'follows
tons of cotton seed it up.
altogether worth more than 1,000, formed an
about two and a half million dollars. DuvalThe Florida state fair was association to contest the ownershipof 'This improved system as well as
; '" The Woman's Tonic "The appealing feature of this completely reorganized recently; a the land on which Wilmington is every other feature of the telephone
treatment is that it is all given in high-class secretary-manager has now standing.The service was working and ready when
t and have of the others same, who troubles teemed I had to about a week's time-early in June- been employed and the managementhas case was bitterly fought in the the staff reported for work at the new
benefited and after it Is the farmer's declared that no effort will be building for the first time yesterday. t
t being so I began to given courts and the heirs won out, the
i ) use it. found it most beneficial. fight against the weevil is over with spared to make the fair strictly ag court decreeing that at the expirationof The telegraph ,room had also been
; I took several bottles for the season. ricultural including poultry and live- the lease the property reverted to connected up during the day, as wellas
.f and was made so much stock. This fair will held the
year's be automatic printers for the
1 better I didn't have any more "So practical has the method shown the Springer family. _
trouble of this kind. It itself that all the November 15-24. news services. Desks and typewriterswere What is
e regulated county agents of At a meeting of the Springer Heirs more econ
t + me." Florida's cotton-growing: counties (I Association, in Chicago recently, its in place and soon the first of
; Cardul has been found very have made its demonstration their St. Johns-An outbreak of hog attorney said that the city will settle 'copy' for today's editions had begun omical and profit
helpful In correction of many cholera in and near St. Augustine was to travel the gravity route from the
work for
leading the Each for
cases of painful female disorders year. of $500,000,000. It Is not yet known
sI i such as Mrs. Robie stamped out promptly. A movementhas whether the otter will be accepted., If editorial rooms on the fifth floor able than a want
a mentions above. If you suffer No Worm In I Healthy ChildAll been started to Incorporate a fair it Is the money will be paid in installments down to the 'mechanical departmentson
t* she did. take Cardal. association here. the lower
purely vegetable' medicinal children troubled with Worm have an ua- covering a long period of floors to appear in the ad in this paper?
u 1I..11bIor. which Indicate poor bloo.1.and ass printed papers turned over to the delivery -
tonic, In use for more than 40 years
rule there la more or I eoa stomach Uuturoaoue.
years. It should help JOILSold OROVE::S TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC gwvn' regularly Seminole-Several meetings were trucks on the street level. Part What have you'to
( Everywhere. for two or throe week* wlf enrich the bl nt. held with farmers to study citrus of the route through which the news
t0a' improve" (hedlaesdoar sod s.tsa 118aeraSueDlitb.; problems. Pile Wren in 6 to 14 Days passed from
typewritten to sell?
nnlnii Tonic to th*whole yttem. Namri will tbeti trraiglats r.Mn" mGaer If PAZO OINTMENT' ''& copy machines .
''""DMT rfTrrdhnel! t ha worms,ami fH"rhllffwliie". mareluhtwLBlbd: 3i.edlneuePnRrudiagPl4aewunt.r : / weighing asmuch as four tons,
f.. la perfect basal Plawaat.._**.._per:9x.'a Santa Rosa-Found several pecan t'.ws reluw.rrhtnq a..ut to ant Pena auo.atua.sal crt.,CJJ.evetiul eight of which had been taken down, ,II

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From HOST\ wmr.FOUGEO-- -had-failed---to deliver goods as ordered j about his neck planted a fervid kisa | Qunder of thu Southnwt Qun'to'r. -flxt-Unlt e:: it1 't')

I Letter Tallahassee I SCUW.\U'S :NAME FOR/ $32:>.OO) A tiny, boyish voice was heard at the j upon his brow and clung tight. i I "tnirty-four.nr. la the. county tow null IP of ncven Alnohua ranic and the twenty.l auto. 'IiiJ r .

other end of tho line: "What ia it I The pastor resorted to force to get i.f FlorfdH, contninlnir In all one hundrednnd ; \
fifty ft.o1hOI( > norri. nx r. or Inv, 't. j; '
I Forger Admitted that '
-- I'sing Steel King'rnmeISuilt you wish? the young woman out of his room. C. A. KNIGHT. f j.. ,

,,wee, May 21.-One of the I The )letter of Assistant Attorney \ Hotel With Fund "Mr. Jones, boy, and hurry." 'I With the door safely locked he wiped N.W. I H.>. OK WAINWKIGHT KEN, >A j, '' j I .

acutely interesting documents General; Crimson "AH right," and the receiver wn hla brow then he nuulo an alarming A v tFLOI'n
GtthhaNnvn.i;
I I refers to the efficient I (,}KEN and. n. ; ', r '
,i. been transmitted, to the work done by the committee and ".1 clever business woman" was the' hung up and in a few minutes' it wns discovery CtimiilainniitH Holtrltom. 6./-ebGt nl'I

future was the report of the complimenting; Florida upon its rexpunsivenexs compliment Charles :51. Schwab paid taken down and the small voice re : His[ purse containing $GO. find! vanished NOTICE. 1'\11/, I '. ta. M *n

mmittce appointed to inves- to that excellent comity Mrs. :M.rtle D. Hays, of Boston when plied" : from his hip pocket He carried I Hrmlford tn! Circuit. Comity Court., Florldn.Kluhth In Ji.iticfnl,hnncory.Circuit. I J'. u. ,

death of Martin Tubert at which is supposed to prevail the latter was barged in a New York :llr. Jones is not in. Can I help his talo to thu police and the ser- I (tin Mhi-ilc'. IHHIU, joined hy It. s t ,

< .onvict camp. This should gluten. among City court with forging his name to yonn geaut at the desk recognized( the ,j! Thalo Mend. eomplainanla.tu>r httfttifitul.' and d! j/t 1 1

i matter of record/ by every On Monday the house and the 17 notes for a total of $3:G.000. Mrs. "See here boy" snapped( the man "jub." '! w. SylvMicrCampbell' v reMi n demon. J. It.// ", 1 l ut

"I'i in Florida. It is a joint senate llayg pleaded! "not guilty." who wns m a hutiy.\ "I want to talk At tha detective bureau ho limited j and Unknown ... ti\: 1 ,
:, passed a bill providing for a new with NOUN, dxfrndwnlr... i i.x J I ?N
,dude to the senate and to theM '' She some one who can do business. out a dozen photographs off' Hill. tu re: cloud. 1 f
| cirr-uit judge for admitted however that aha /: women. |, mo\i quint tltlu and' other llMIIrL
Monroe Dade
and
.nid reads in part as follows: had When I need. the office boy I will call ''The minister Ulentilk'd olio It I .. ,
| "loosely used" .
t Cross ord counties. J L. Billingsley the name of Mr. was 1. nil to whom It may concvrn, GrtVltnn t ",
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"I" the testimony taken and i Schwab in the financing of the Chatham him. Tho way for you to get of Alary Moore, known variously by It i iM rnrlnir l 6y th..wnrn bill of com .yr\ ,0( r} ,
formerly
judRe of the plnuit In thn
criminal \ aboCHUN. .
court that then knownniint ,
along is to let other things alono and i I ar* "
,ihered by committee it half down aliases. Forthwith :llnr [ .d brHwviul. :
your | of :Minmi{ was in Tallahassee Hotel in course of erection in a : I < Immune\ to t a.a Intvrwitvd In ,

nfest that the opinion of our I I the urging Dos ton. attend to your own duties" was apprehended. Hut the money had l ldisllppcared. ,-hw inldic.iMvpurtv# in tlu-rt-iu unknown diwcrUunl.nod whoa plac of tq+ '
passage of the bill. [It is enmitlainanta nllium /
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reported "That's I '
is fast crystallizing: for the "I had hoped the Chatham what I am trying to do; .ihoitMti that they ,10! not know an that he will be a candidate for the Company meekly sumo tha small voice. "I I in, ititiMtnt/ ttfiirch, and I Inquiry, ha. not lxnuMi ,l' rt
the convict lease would be am _. t in \If
0111 county able to take up the notes before xwrrrtxm any uf thu known, nnniotl
iiiovlj created ,
judgeship. the president\ of the I i .tti nn |Irrnwyl)| ) to 'ta Inlirtwivd' in raid l r'
,dare the investigation which I Ii they became duo and before; the company. OnlY One an,**. J",.,.,ly, i I. 'in cxiHti>nc. or drab. and' that prop thrr* 'I .

to this investigation The i!' Among the chief bills of importanceut return of :31 r. Schwiib, from Europe," A New York judge, sops: told wt..iIL ni4>I ":prourrty: > O:: twliitxvtl to Ut InU'trattfd In 5'. N
t I other
than tho r
this known named l
session) are those creating Plenty More ComingA wife drrwulunlx
( new take from .
">is. tnken by your committee !she! suid. "I am dreadfully sorry this inouov her nn.- j I and 'UK namim and rnalttcnr of
drainage( districts. Among these ore baniVs packet tie I"I entitled/ ;to n BO HIU.h i w. DKHIN iiri* unknown to tha etunptainnntM. 'a 1
and complce and in its' has teacher in of .
the
tv implp' happened. one primary and in mud rrlic-f ia pnyal aitainak "
the Crane Creek district the pot trot drnwburl! :. Of > he xurh ..hil
Disston iiiur i Ili 1""wl nitni, l. and unknown .
i mis brought about introduche "I think $100,000 will cover the grades of the public school had. notic but I' ? ,.fur**. nrona. t
What
Island( district in Glades and linen thut prove Uora. be :: .II"m\ that alt poreona
of county amount she ed nxmrxh or t fntvrtvt .
legislature measures untn laughingly assured Assistant a striking/ platonic friendship that et Hi1 any
K t /'in'
t 'Hewing subjects which your I i the repealing of the :Moore Haven dis- District Attorney Hastings, i existed between Tommy and little .1,ne nt 11 tin),*. -ut\VnHtu.ioti M) riiuo.| 'lItlt'mpnT 1r6i/ )*t. under vthrru'Ix', :::; (or.. through and:: ); till 1 them unknown, ; or other ptranna of them olalmlnic; ; or ', 1 >; fl

ncr recommends should! be en- '' trirt the creation, of the Dade district when he estimated the total of the Mary two of her pupils. um h""I'.h." or..)any':in Uu part pn tlum:in f. hor under>tnnft W.jr d a (

'iiu law at the present session: embracing lands of the Pennsylvania forged notes at $325,000. She was Tomm wax a bright enough! young NOTICE OF LKASB! OF COl'NTV CtISVIf'T14 vmtc Humid-Hun,w1. U. Cnmplti" >ll, or lth r
Sugar Co near :Miami the validation Notic. U hereby irlven that at 12 m.. Mondny. of i Il htm, nr nl her *. and all ponunm: k. } ,
that the convict lease system ? I perfectly calm and frank at the hear pterlnt he wasn't disposed to prosecute Junif /. lilJ.S, the .Iraae of all county non- iiniitid, nr ".. ". elatmlntr nn lnt*rpt In
nshed. of bonds of the :3felbounrne-Till- i, ing. his studies with much seta of .llrniirord. county will IM add lit front thv hr-innftor d<'ttcribiNl, property. or any J
I energy of the dart |hart thrnvL lylim and brinir "
I district Mouth of the onurthoiiao In Stark' In nrndford 1
the
'. ,end, that corporal punishment I man Pincllns Park and I :Mr.[ Schwab admitted he has known and his teacher said that unless hot ."Ior''dx' to the hlvhvat mid. _t bltlilur' for rcmnty, Into ..r t"'lot iiia. dit>t.rtbtHl na fol I
Palm Dale I Ntiid ronvirle, nutijort, low* : e
districts. I county to lawa
There l-j Kovorn 1 ,
.i ;eta, state and county be for- ;( may :lies Has[ for the last 23 years.! stirred! himself before the end of the t low name. I'erlod of sold, IcaM 1 will\ run KnM lliilf nf thu Southwrat,' QtmrUc tho g t I
ihibited in this state. '{'others before the end of the session, year he wouldn't be promoted. Ihroutrh' the )>".' 10JH. 'I'hs UiarJ rv..irlhi riuht. to rujfCt any and all blilH of Six*t Ion 'I'wcntv-fnur "
but this (IYiI 'I'nwnxhll Kiv 1
>'I i, that our present laws be' legislation shows that drainage BKUilUM: ;[ l. FR.1\41.1\D: RUMANIA "You must study harder," nhc- told I J' 'M. 1IKOWNLF.R. lot. > Hniih' Kantr ;Twt-nlr-two 1 (1-Y1!', hiwu "', '\)
is recognized as n prime factorin (Chairman. Hoard! of County (C4immlmiioni K nVUrnr I tu thit unit! bill of compluint on J \
thened in the matter of inspec-- : : REFUSE TO SETTLE him 01' you won't 1>1\811. How[ would H'Nt' : .r lM>fortt thi mTiHad 1 d"y of July, ,\. U. 1 IV-ft d:' ,

>n' ,usinjf, care and control of the the development' of Florida. I' you like to stay back in this class another li. W. ALI>ERMI\N. ClcrH .8Hat-A.-l 1 Hld hf mi hill in. hp'n. a taken ruin day confotuMMl nf thta a.urt. or ,1/ t w rr
I. ua
aMninnt
---- - l'
ts of this state. I I'II' Tick eradication l and the removal 1 of Belgium! Sajs Agreementtth President year and have little Mary go :NOfK OF Arrl.If'ATIO' FOil TEE!) Yon ItimlCord, mid, that I hi.* onlnr t hx pulilinMml, .. th* l I .

i county officers continues us one of the ahend of ?" UMIKII: : OMIION ere nR TIIK : County: : Tolianiph I a /,. I '
ummittee wishes to acknowl- Wilson Releiisea Her you .KNr'HAI! : HTAUITl'S; l>at>i r of m-nitrnl 1 cirrululion. ;:l r.iowj) | ::1 ".t'

:nt assistance rendered by !leading questions! of the session yet "Ah," said Tommy "I guess thero H,'n>.by nutici ia porn thut W.1:, IC..hl.I.u..h. Stnrki W'llmwx*, Itrnilftml. .aunty. F.I.r... f '
t rho r
.tvneeshaw and Hon. O. Giimtistant unsettled except in so far as Sheriff( Discussion of the Frarico-Uulgian will be other.little :Marys." | ...,', of 1HJ lux nnd atiln.MS?ritrtillcntoa, tuned. .liy nnmbomdnwlxrtively the. tax of, al I ilu' Mttfd\ .''.1..r.blo and nbn r.,silo( ..,,. J
M the dork ax wall itlm Dill.end
.n.tl'
collector uf lliHilfonl
Turner
of Broward was removed county, Floriila. amil4i ..
attorney. general of >rtillcnt lM suggestion in connection with the reparations fi C 1917. hiu tiled l lHtiitl o.at
A. D. IttKH, }
Dakota in the performance of SheriiT Jones and County Judge Ben dispute for cancellation of Voracious! Birds coitiflcntve. in my olTlcv and) Itiw mtuloani4iratlon 1M., o. W. nniM\N., 'f r
for tax lived to liwiiu In !
arcurdanre d
Willis of Lenn county, were removed Clivuil,, ('"url. .l. r
County. I''lor-
'tours.u their debts to the United States, discloses A story I is !going around the financial with Inw. i,1..k. J nor..0(Sal' > +i
and Sheriff Baker of Palm Beach Hold l t.trtillcntFa rtw.I"t| l\'ply emhrnii tho .\. I
committee commends the per- thut Itelgium! has refused even dist'lct about an old Southern fnllowinic lunilii In Brndford coliutv I Itiruln.lUucwiMMl ,, f I'RWWS... v
county was reinstated. It is expected nt thu Halo of the IHRUIIIIOU of aurhpi'rtltlnjiUH ,.11.1" Comi.litinHiitaMASTKIfS 5.4-lt.8.29. V .J
of Hon. Gary A. Ilurdeu ,\
uho
nonce ing asked the
I, ofDuvnl to consider a settlement. negro was by proprietor in Ihu nnm that former Sheriff Dowlmg's case : HAIRIfcivbv :
attention of the world to the Belgium holds thut the agreementmade of it store how he happened,! to luirlicnlni net forth' tnwltilirlflliaU1 ,,. ,
and former solicitor Fred Pine N... 1M2 collars yorthwmt I nnttcn la nlvi-n hut under' and by .,
ma the people of this state ncii with former President Wilson, need credit when he'd such a good l cotton gunner Northwmt Qunrter and Knot Hnlf. \ I.u. of that ...,'.In ttnnl I deens of forrlmurtr *-
of Dado county) !> will come up early in of flouthwmt. (I.......... S.o III. 'l'". 7, H. n. Ill : nmili I by tho! ,jitilw' if tlm Kluhth Ju .
i unduned nor upheld the brutal at Paris releases her from payment crap Nxxt. poulfiliilnic. Ido n........ iiNHeHNeil Unknown dicial Circuit; uf Horitla: In rhnnnvry alttlniTt' \ j
the week. The fact that these men CVrllllcnlu N... 1H7 nmlirncra Houthfavt In tho oirruit court for ontiiity, .'h, 1 4,1
I rent of convicts in this stat, I Franca likewise hut not been budged .1 fIne ducks got 'bout all dut cotton 1..lr"ro .1\ "
have been here with their attorneys gunner of Southwmt Q"..."... S.' <. a. Tp. 7 nn the liltl. day of t U. 1UJS In
.ilso", fOI\his acts in recouimendini from her attitude of lust year. xnh," wax the mournful reply H. K. 22 EIIHI eontalnlnif 4U oars YnMNUti tnv.. of J. W Andrew* nn coninlainimt, and .1lin ,
for weeks to count Unknown. nunlnat W. J. ahurtir of
HrndfordMinty '
Fpucmun.
some seven seems
r ;naval of officers and discharge :M. Parmentier of Paris came to "What do you inonn the dUt'ksot! llnleiiM until 1 crrtillcatta almll he 1 reileemedaecorfltnu ,' 1"''tnrliliti and ex olTlfllo admin IN!rntftr : P ,v

: .:nipioves re sponsible for the un-i nothing/ with the legislators, who take 'Washington at that time and informed it?" to Inw ,lav deed. will IRMII thorvon.n .f .tho twain nf w.. I P. EdwiinU, dureaatid, e0nix A .
their time about things. If they 'the till liny of loon 1O.. HUH.ilneDH nn o..r.n.lnnl. )I',
condition this own "Wellou the old \\ niriclnl thia 1"1 na Sirrciitt, Man tor. will of-
I mute developed by the World War debt funding com see, explained my Bitrnnturn and aral ..h..I.n..1
are reinstated they will probably) not the llth, day of M.... A. IX "'2S. for for ..1. ... of t th** CMiirthuu door '. Ip
-illation.u mission thut the French government man, "I 1 sent lilt cotton up to .:\lplt1. O. W. AU>ERM\N.; in Htnrki', Flnrliht, doctor tho li-trnl hours nf '
committee submits herewith regret the expense, but if they lire phis un' dedueks! the an' Clvrk Circuit Court Bradford County' I" ".. unlit on Mninlav: tlm, 4th ilav: nf lulie I : A. I'. I.
would Hey freight
not enter into a funding agree. < lit C. A. KNK.Iir, nra:I, II the hlirhmt and' hat bnitfor for ash
rueful
i urrent resolution and asks for not it will probably be U ex meat on any terms at that time and I Hey dedueks the (commission un' Hey ISenl' Kfpiily C'l.-rli rho I Ciillfiwinnr dearrfhvd |m.p..ftv. nltuatcd In 'I, f*:'
for them. 6-11."t-6.8.I Hi ml ford ."n'v.' lorlda.. l lo rwlt t
Mideration and adoption. Your perience would not set a date when she! would deduekn. the taxes-yes, guh, de ducks All 'that portion of the Nnrlhwctit, Quarter

,. ,utter appends hereto a letter nd- There is no possible way for the talk settlement got'bout all dat cotton an' data why OltllKK: F'tl 111 PCMI.ICATION of 1 It.ho Hr.iMhwi-t Houth: :' lanai Quarter 211 of F.iwt.Sifltlon: lylnn HH Kitat lown-of

finish its work within In Cirmiit ourt{ Atal' of riorhlit. Klirhth .. .., Air r
legislature to of
I'm here. Rnilwny iluht
up 1.ln waY
If'" d I to it from lion G. Crimson Rumania Is a third one of the debtor JiiillctHl Circuit. Urailford. County, Chasm I
jti xcc'pt.i Iwo acrra In caner of cold I '
>
-'tnt attorney general of North the; allotted time. The house has governments it is now learned!, n ry. d,'.(>rlhed pf-** of fnu'h".1, two acri-a wei",. 1 ,.
Kvn Uivera,
mill to K. Onann. 1'p h
tI. tu, and requests that the same nearly a thousand bills end the senate that hns announced to thu! American 11\\ I..LEWIS Cimiiliilnnnt.va A Z. ADKIN1. '

-piend upon the jouuial of both'' has over two bundled and the commission its intention to ignore indefinitely I (;..or.re Kivitra. I K. M. JOHNS. A{u-.gel Mantvr! I g a J

r r." ,-I:s immediately following this re- judgment of the best of legislative, Its war debt. Air. Ervin W. Dynl, of Graham and It l ofendant apliiarniK, hy alTlfliivIt appended to the *4.ltntor) __for Cumnlnlnnn0. -B>4.StfllMA8TKKH d r

: "r i'. The report is signed on ther experts is that not more than twcnty- The excuse offered in this case ial: Mm: Atha Lewis, of Brooker, were hill .tiled. In the nhovenitated, ammo that tleoriloItivi : HA IF.Notlei a n'1


the session is over. It is the old negotlational jut' his office : no 'that i I'nKt'''ii of aulipoenn cannot. IM virtu. of that.ni.rtfili l.nnl ili-rif of formilopiii I
Insistence. Thursday anl'rnoon.IIIY
nand John P. on funding ( ...", ..,1 alum him and la ovor thu net. ofIwentV'onu mnili" and rendered. un April ititth, A. n. ,
.. t ..if. the house by CeHAKennerlg story of many bills dying on the calendar therefore, came to naughf. I 17th, at two o'clock. yrnm It la therefore nritire l that 1 11 3. by H-mornbla A. V. [<.ntr, )judir oIha I I
unlit I rcidi I I .fit. ...,ndiint lie and IN circuit! court In and for UrmlCord IY
J m i lay Smith and Frederick Van The aureement with former Pres i- :Mr, Dyul is a son of :Mr. and Mrs. iiulred,, to aiMMHr, to tin bill of onmpl IntY0lal h'lurtdn I ', in thnt certain rnimo wherein i: i Ain:I) 'tr: t '

i i. i REESK. dent Wilson' on which Belgium now hi i Oxour D.'uJ. He Is a prosperous young !In Hnil of Tune vaiiHe. A on. I or). IIIJI lH.for, hlherwlae Monitiiy.. the the alliiiiillonH lllhilny '- Ihtbdnn huxluuul. and bcinuJnlnr.l next friend.hy W.an W.> ..Iliilitil-m..,.'.h.a"t.. 1

relying, was u fuur-cornered: affair, farmer noted for his industry and in- lif HI.I of ilefemlnnt.paid dill will Im taken aa oonf.. ia d mug ivifc I.r. I tir*I H tlefemlanta Iln v un. and the Mu iindemlKnoil R Haytlnr.. will hi*

formulated Duismc. the Versailles I i tegrity. His bride in the daughter+ / ofi It IH rurttu onlvreil that ihla noire Ito IIIh- none for Halo mug wi Mel II) for fiitth the
.
1. MODEL, CASHIER" !SPENT S'lO-' live :Mcbmnts tool him to police treaty with France and Great Brit- i] Mr. and :ilex John W. Lewis, IK tul- In llnhi, t the.l onto Bradford a wiek County for four Teleirraph.ponnHutlve, wvuka huiiHt i.h'hmt door and In Uiit Iln.k.". ,I.nM,1 In front count of' tho Y. court Mt.rbin I ( till' A

I.FORTUNE' JN SIX :MONIIISI headquarters' dejected and sour on ain .also participating. i i ented charming and a favorite with piitillHliol. Mn Maul eounly' and. alms a riewapapep on ."",.. /' .." Jun. A. D. p I a I'
IuAI.:l diirinic tin li' loom I ..Y
Jhla May It, Ia7J. irnl of solo) for Ih.
[life in general. a largo/ circle of friends. (!. W. Al.tiEHMAN.Clerk rnone of nuttnfymir' odd, llnal d,<>...*. the ,(

I>i-iippi intedVhen He \\'as Not :.Met\ "Let me alone; don't" heap anymore Olher. Were There Too | They will remdu" at Graham. Sev Hy O A. 1'Imult'ow'l KNK.III', { lowlnir, f Fh.II..1..1.., towlt-.. ..1 i tntale, In* Itrmlfurdcounty l

1))> His "I-ndies" at the Depot soritfw\ on me, he said, when oral friends and relatives of the contracting F.. M .IO1IN1. Ih.putv C'lerkHollcltnr live 1 (fit! acre in thf form n nrpmr 1 1I
police attempted to question him. When the late Lord Cairns was lord for Cnmnlalnunt.{ s-ll-Kt-n-N\ I hi* NortliW: < t rorimr of th* Nrt:: ... ) ...I: Ifr t
I I chancellor of he parties! journeyed over to tt'r of lid ""u'h..t' Quiirlur' .". ... i r xt
) England was an ex- .
I'm1 checkered career of Ernest U. While my money lasted I wna popular witness the ceremony and all join in NOTKK) OF" KI.K.f,TIONH/ t t\I I'Wpllt nine 1. II.) ( '!Townnhlp HU /I*!) ," Kan.if. 1 f 1
olllcio visitor of lunatic lum.s. He[ Y \
of the girls know as> By the vinted In them liy act of : '
but power
6.hwab' nllaced now none wishing tin couple all happi nn Alan all I Iel' '. b.-liiu/ a nuhifUwiplnii
( "model cashier who is went down one Wednesday, when the young tho 7lttlntutf, of Moriiln' of tin IIIe'l .....1011.th. of .0,12r\.h.\ ."Ir of lhp .
} I'm on earth ness. board of pllhllc InHtnti'tlon of Bradfordcounty. 1.'h. .
in
to have spent $75,000 six I clu not sit to llanwell knocked Florida. ...1... 'I..t. /.n 'w.ot".nl. ( ( -
'
:Miss Njle Arnold Memphis: peers .. hereby calla I..n..I." drlu'IA .hlp HIM 181", Kiiinrft TwentytwoJ( ,J'ii
i"1 Ihs, on a score of women and then n folios.a on J u". uwnnd. li's;,. fi, ; .t. I
ut the clout and asked to be admit.
blamed Schwab for his eUft three trUMleea and iteU'rinlna, tin* Hmnurtt
Tenn, was by MINISTER \lno a Hlrln of land ahnut ,
11 ..1 Chicago came to an end when he I PA\S SIXTY DOI.I.AKS of mlllai/e to "hit aamwiied. : 'r6lrlyant) Q
ted. ly.iiir n (Ihr South aldit of .'iv.
"downfall" last April. She is alleged I I"Can't oa.o. .11. a
For tliv of /uiltltntc cold elertloti.the .
FOR KISS nurpfwe
was returned to Chicago from Fre a let in suid the '
-I him on periodical !-. you janitor followtnK mnoaKura wre mnunnudnr Northwest rorn.-r nf tho fhnnhwest
accompanied QuarUirof
to have
Ulntrlct, Nn t
rfal.. II Htnrk : K: U Matthaivii' II W."I'nn thi Mnuthenitt
notorious cnbtirets. "d;!>'* for visitors Tuesday and Fri \ n. K:. kniuht. Quarter of H'oU"n Twentyitin. u
In of John J. : visits to I A minister from Periysburi'! () .* iVID. 'I'y".hl"4" |18) Knnv
custody Detective ? For I Die liurpoN of hnldlnit HMld ,iilectlnn, I fn'h. 1
days. t'jk 1 leant, ileHvrlhrd
.\k-I I Schwab became a figure in cabaret was! just putting the finishing touches .tin. rollowlnif mnnairora art* atipo" 'ntvil for Tw.nly.n'thrSuuthiiMt >mmiMi0Intr i
Ginnis HI of th
ornrr old Ilvrover
Schwab with just ten "
"But I have u right to inside lll.lrlul No 1. Brooklyn.: 11. C. Hillieriier.( .
go
the .
while during day MMIH re and ""nln.I In rlu ht of (
;land at night, to u shave when the door of bin room .1.I H railKPtt. T. I.. nryan.PoF 1.th J
in his familiar .
pockets saw not one way of H. A I,. mil Wtt
said hill lordship; 1 insist on doing .. ne onHntd
I
for tlie cf holding sold olertlon.the .
'
model, employe purpose
he known a rlirht of
face at the Chicago depot. None of was as in u Chicago hotel burst open. The followlfiic nitinairerN" are 1I.I'olnt.. fur waY Wat lin. of th* cold

his, eight "lady friends" on whom he'hlll ', the four corporations which employed so."Read tho reguilitionllan.1 the pastor gnsped and. blushed simultan I.llmtrlcl gown No., John II. fine 110" Mill... : A, It, Surnnry,. A. Hurt Hputhwwt I ton Tventy tjuni-ter>ntn#of I2li tho:>, HouihiitHt I'liwiiMhlp::: :: :: CJuarur.Hlx: la/>; .
him. Schwab is married and has two Houth. nnnir .I..n.- (fe2t{ Katt: thnnc
.
eously. ror the of liuldlnu Mnld ,election .
spent and lavished l hU purpose
fortune North WIhn
a janitor pointed to them.. the lu'w..t florner of thtt said I
followintr manatrera are appointed' for d tlrp
small children Mv/ .
) area Kant; I"n'h
Framed in the doorway Nnua on
wax stylishly
ffi'iiioN'ot' was to be. seen. ,, "lo) you know why I um ?" asked dressed u Illnlrlfl 1 I.. .L Connor No ,10 8. Vandnrbllt C. Alvareil.lor !. K. M. Norman, alilir. i>f thv. mild Five, aunt mnmr to point ofeplnnlna \ t '

:.; telegram I Cairns. young woman, swaying the of Nald. elortlon.the contalnmtr In all Eleven and ono
Lord hulilinn
a message, not a wastro Obeying I Instructions t purpiMW hall scow. man or lea! yl

1 ,.(. to welcome his return. Detec-:i i "Don't know and don't cure," said gently" but unsteadily.!" ll It lrlrl following No' 1 II manaKera. l.raham. :are f.:. aiipoinud run*. JxmnIk'Ynuldx for A. /. ADKINS. '

I| Willie was struggling through the the menial. I'UHC me, xhe exclaimed. with an W. J. Jonas.I''ur A. S. CRRW8.rWdioiujr MI..I.I M.*'. 1

.JPpYfYY'IrWb"' ;V4triarar. in his reading lesson. 'No; unmintakubly John Barleycornixh ac I the. iurpone, of holdlnir Hald .election. for Conudninnnta. ad-eFe-1 ., ,
story "I am entitled to admission at any Mx follfiwlnir I manauera are appointed I for i
.r'reavltratyr.. .wdrlflMeaad' I i said the captain he read'it was not rent "Wrong room.Iy: mistake. Uw, .ctrl No l4) Heilhronn. N. D. Green: ; DrewlleildlHh. --"""
t.auerilYby and every hour; I am lord chancellorof M, J. Norman. I'rc'f jl
'ad the blood. Yon ..n loan left...Strenai. I|''a sloop) It was u larger vessel. By England !" Oh, well---" she Htuggered! toward Far the "..,..... of liolillntl Maid elMtlon In tho Circuit 0"ror .ladford. County i
ana.> JavUoratlna tft'; ,>ci.: Price rYr the startled threw the fnivtnst\\ \ manatfnra are appointed{ forMxtrlrl f1lorlda, in chancery. r
I the rig I judged her to be a-n-a-a- "AhI all"! laughed the janitor, us pastor nn arm No. I ID, Hrookeri. J, J. Morunn, k. t.tlterty' Investment Company a I *
V. And....., II. I', balney Corporation, I j '
''I 0IUI QiYNQ4@aNOI MaCai,7G !".} j he shut thu entrance gates in the no NOTICE TU !HI>I>EKSScnled I. W. KICKUTEIt.:
"Barque," supplied the teacher bliU. will h. rPCPlvi by li;'. Ilnard II. II WW INa ChnlrmnnSecretary. Complainant.a I
COFFINS & CASKETS ble lord's face "we've four. of 'em .
W
got I
t
Bll4tIWlillanT
; of II' lid Tnwt > of !tlrailfonl Cnxp y. I* .- Phe riorl, Land and 1
i Still Willie hesitated. insi '* already." uhf ut tha nlftc of the 8m'nft'.ry of the Himrd w --- --.. non ..., .
i And a Full/ Line of "Bjrciiie!" repeated the teacher this nt !Surlm. IInrliln.. until 2 cluck. p.m., NOTICE *t al Comnnuy Imml..1 I I 1 1'k
Juni' Iv. IU' d. and l nt that limn "iiulilioly ut"nad .1.I".r.n"nn. F
ndertaktit' Supplier forPnnnl Nntire I. hrrrhy. .Iv.n In all Danunt Inunuaxl .
time sharply. Hadn't the Time .., In tM .1.1" ..f W.IamC.l'ow\ r II. Hill In Quirt Till
3 Willie looked as though h x had i not tune nt||" .lmnt..l"1.0. the I Bant 4110 r..t KMriver tau .t II..dr..1. awns Y, ..1..1.. .. d..n.'I.th..t 1. To th* Florida Land Imimtiratlon, Com."I""I I

AUTOMOBtLE' HEARSE i! An Italian having", applied for citizenship briilif I" .k eontiilnlnir. Niiroxlnmtvly 1 I. FI..n.. Y.. I 1'.w.lI. v t.rdl.n .r Mxr. ,
Then with 1 an apprehensive lit nx r r |I t was r a I Frank Walla, Owe err
heard armht./ JIHiti. ..... rd l of m.wrt.l.1.....* mpyM the Ylnnnur Powell and. WUlln" C. I'owrll Sh v. Jam'ro."n.. 'ta. and John 1. r'a
m
Aawa i r McKa .
bent being examined in the
hand. The acr- ,
I was
r on J. .
I 1 glance around the class, he awn lit th. ofTie nf the aunty rnxlnesr. will .n Jnnp 3. I Iw25. .t In n'ol..k In trunt4e of th** r Hail/ road Company f' i .
.*e at the low. t price... Spe- r';r naturalisation court. Th. Hoard rtaifrvMi the right to reject mat the mrnln.. .1'1.1" (0 th.I..n.cauntl Itnmmly 1\. frmn: ai corporation. W. If 0.11.. .. and hit wife. Ifsr s J {x
shouted : all bid. ladqx' of Ilndfard 1 Florldx I riot K In via, John
31 attention to telegraph or- or the i: court lows In NInrN., for Doter 1.110. and hi* wlf. .
( "Who is president of the United W. K. TORQDB.! ut wu f oulia Letlnua, '.
**' Registered Embalmer. I "BOWWOWruiha C A FUTCII Chairman: fro T-mVmn .11 .e urlvau o. .uMla xak.. .11 rlvhl lhlr arh. unknown"r..d..nt. whoa r.ld.ne. I I' 11.
i I State ? pod intr_wt of Mnnh. .._ftM_ 1'nwnll pod __._._ ._.. (
Ipry. a-tN 8t-1.23 ; ;: C":: Piiweii";; ; Jr. "';;i--h;;;; ,;:' of the You and hltKTINfiS t,
I' 1 '..at Uou Ant Ailed n. tle.e "Mr.[ Harding. aid William C. Powell ilecioaed. In and to ach you ar* herby rqulrer'
Quinine :NOTICE TO rONTRATTOHa, to lie and to 9
DeWITT C. JONES R ret' of lt' inn I c t red Imntiva egret LAX A.ri "Who is vice president?" !i Soled Mita will, boo ncnivwl by the Roanlfif the followlntf I named real I atm,*,, .IL..... /nuN Circuit ourt appear for .ro.*.. th. Jitdir Judicial of Circuit th. r f
ll F. )HKOMo. Qli.MNK, iTeoeul) cnn" bo taken "Mr.[ Homl Trurton. of Bradford! county, F'lueIda At llratlford county. Florh I t"-wft : *of rUirida. In and for Bradford county by .
STARKE FLA : : Coolidtce. All of lNine\ and Ten, and the Mouth 1
1 DVrnYnnrwltnnulauxinq> nrrv u nr or rrnfling' at th. office of the Hrcrcrtary of thboanl. on th. IHth day nf Jun. IO.M. as *>.
n.iIc.u:: I Iliad: E.VV.GKOY E.S tummim:.u t .l. 3U "Could you be president ?" .. at 9brka Florida, until a o'al'iek p, ten feet"h't t Heven and three-uuarter and tat Klicht feet, *xeeptthe all I holla, In old enuhty /In lt..".. .' ."to".l'W h,, .
n=uu.mrnnulftlllmli m. >il Jun 11). and at that' time publicly anwir a bill of ? I
atralnat
"No.'" 1:3.: : : In Illock "A" of N. J. Jonea addition tu the I ha
opened 0oni tructtn r or imprnvlnjr rim In aald court by"FI'.j|Investment Co,
"Why?" th. following mole. or ...tiona of city.f 9urkt.YLORPNCF, : : E. I'OWF.I.L.Cn..II..n n corpftratlim .... .. and Miatlnir{ under.
molt. In iradford county the law of th.
i iKoad .. atat Florida.'
"Mister you 'scuse, please. I vera No. 1. Hrwkor to also 4 Id ttiiail No.l')2 r.rt.nh.Powell..1,.Hunt-no. J'owoil ..n"WIIII.m 'f h* Hradfrtrd (ounty Teletrraph. / wvrkl
INSURANCE '.n..th IIS mllaa. .. .
GENERAL ) \.Im. n > 'r nubllahed In Htrke. Urtt'lurdcounty.
A. /. ADKIN3,
busy worka da mine. The total uantitia, of the '''10. on whichprorxmala Attorney for fiuardlan. flHBtfl8COHMIHHIONEKH Florida, >i. hereby ih. ..i"n.I.1 l IM the
pre dralrd ara approximately aa mtwHpaper In which thia b* +
RITCHFIRE. rO llHhvd for tlkfht I.oe.1 pub '
INM AN & Apply at the Barn 'i..ln":; anil drubbing. 22 ,g um.Fxcavatlon. HAI.K Th* land deacribed In the of enmpfalnt +
2HOflO eu. ".... Hereby. notice ia iflven that under and by In thia caua, the title to hn la aouKht 'w r
AUTOMOBILE Hoad machln .....lIn". 7UU atatlona.IK virtu of that certain decree of partition I has fiuieted aKaiiut th. above d.r. .n, .1
LIFE, BONDS The postmistress at a Texan post' ,inch pip. 400 lln. ft. mad and entered. the Irou.t; Court in and paftlmjlarly\ o..I".1" follow, .to*wit, i '
14 office wan a trifle deaf but was known 24 Inch pip. 120 lin. ft.8tnictura. for fI.radfor Located in building of E. A..Strou Farm Agenty. Office open 81.0U0 ft. board. mtaaur. '_'Un lay of April, A. I). 14-.il, In favorof i west Quarter of Northraat Quarter and Vurth
to be a hard cast A burly farmer Clay aurfaclnic maUHal 6000 cu. yda.Mix Mrs. II 9. Wilaon. I.. M. Matthew and Half of Houth went Quarter of Northeast
Hours Every Day. nIl and ahapini land..lay lurfae. ZOOll *.- Lrnnn M.\'h..... complainant. and airainatMm : Quarter, and l all uf th* Uouthweat Quarter of
rode up dismounted puahed his way I i<|. yda. .:ul. Wllvon and lilell Wltaon. a minntas : Sortheaat Quarter lylnir wet of thv tiubliaroat f
FLORIDA. through people waiting for the mail All work to b* don In axeonlanc with defendant, th* undtfnlicned a* Com m la. known aa' the Starke and, RanderHonrr
STARKE .
th* plana and tmtrurtiona. "......1 provla. Inner, will ogre and sell in front of couthrtoor all of th. aald Iamb below In M..tl n '
and shouted: boa ppfHtfal' provlalona. Mp* lncationa and .. of th* courthutiae In Btarke Florida. 11, Townchln 1 South, Itanirw 4* and. .
pr *poai and contract of Bradford countyPavh jturtnir th* l*>tral hoar of pal on Monday, the contain, Inn 140 sores. man or leaa 1 ; it ,
"Any letters here for Mike Howe : bid muni. hot accompanied. by a ertlflml 4th 'lay of "un.. A. D ltt.,3. to the hiwheat lamb sex alao ribMj aa l tau u.Q a, Two
H. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON h. The pontmistres scontinurd sorting. ._k nn a MnXa Hradfonl. cntinty.mad and beat bld'lur for eaah In hand., tAt follow- Thrv. Yours .rtv* of PU.>renr. K:. Ca- -
HAROLD_HUME Wm. P. : ,1..... Board Inc decerlbed. )an<.la, towlttTh ill
.. T... payahl to C. A. Futeh. nova auhdlvlalnn In th* North of H+e.
P..cI..t. Vlc.Pr...d.i.l S. "Any letters here for Mike Howe ?" ,of bond T.........*. for Hi* vr trot of the Weat Half of North..., Quarter of nun 17. Townahip. o H,1 2J Erg l
amount bid aa _Id.n.. of icrMMl! faith andY Amnhwrvt! Quarter and four aorra In th* and containing 141 l"u'h., man or I****, the
Best Fertilizers Insecticides :rSprayeri Poultry he shouted again: : p vuarant that 1 if awarded th* contra Houthwect. comer of the Northweat Quarter "* in each of .aald I bIt bfnic an fol
She looked up and laid quietly. th' bidder, will *x..uU th* contract" and "lve of Hfiuth.aitt Quarter. and Houth .1.! sore ofth low rat On* eonta.nin.f A H6-I30 a.ra.
Goods Fair Prices :bond l a* required. Fwt Half of Nnrthaat' Quarter of Smithwea. L ft Two contain 80 and 40-100 acre, Lot
Supplies Honest "There's nothing here for your cowl', The right la reserved. to nine any or ..UlcIIo. quarter and ftv* acre b* itinnlnf at th* fhr*. contain il and S1-100 .._, Four
utRVreet"" corner of .Houthvaat Quarter ofSorthweat Lt
.nt.ln. 2J aver Lot Five and
Prompt Shipment or any one else's cow. : Plana and apeelflcatlona may .be awn at the Quarter. and run thr** hundred 71.1)U/l' aerea.Witnea II
office of th* county .n.I..... and er>pie. of thirty feet fcaat: aU hundred aixty let my hand and and I of sold court
know I th. pMlAcatlona "' ./. b* obtained. 1ft.h.* thenr .Mouthhow hundred thirty feet thence the the l BM day of April. A. P .IvtO. .
Ak your n.ilhbor-He On flit Job :eeretary, of the board at 14.fi'1 per copy.Copiea Week sly. hundred slag) feet to b'innJntf. and ,
before buying. : of th* plane may b* obtained. from the Northwest Quarter* Bmithweet Quarter.eti Clerk of Circuit Court /LEIMAN..: ..
<*G.t latest I price lint A business man who was In 'the: ...-.", of the board at %1 *" earh. *>n thirty-five, Townahlp even, Aantr Flo.id. B..d"rd Ix
a gre.thurry : W. E. TORODE. Twntjr-on*. in the aovnty of Hradfonl and By C. A. KNIOHT. I +
E. 0. P i.ter Fertilizer Co Jack.on.iII Fla, ) called dp an establishment. that a-lY.tt.a-t5 Ur of ftouthwcvt Quarter and th. Northeact Syticitor, for Compl.InanL bu/Jt.a.la


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I --_.__.. -- Its. '"LaterI tnat. 'L'O purcnnse the none and nuppiiag 'hW '
y I,. "weir niea ljr1M' Itirli.; Inftlnmettf.. or 1'I rrffU5'aTrTa"7!: : /Oll! fight.
age-p8Y4uplr i tIKM .trulibiimivl-tirirrbiji; It doe not 11..11tl) tie gf'ner..llyknuwn I colonel told me I WAS rulnln' ta1 uniforms men Incorporated themselves, each
than eight feef. The fhserva-
more
;? ART
0 SEIZED
TO DISPOSE iMmveraullons. Is 16 thnt Ull're'eN wearln1 out contributing $800.
log telephone no honey been tory In which this glass' Is mounted of the regiment and
1 tr In the Scandinavian countries. In America before Capt. Charles i.. Arey, a member
hours they e'ta
/ ; were introduced Is tOO feet In height and Its dome Is J th' knees of the men sayln' uiais of'
Custodian of Allen Property May Sell Denmark, Sweden and :Norway, 12 by the eurly !French English. and 10O feet In diameter. The whole graveled, parade "roun
;, ''P 4 Austria-Hungary $200,000 Collection hours ; In Uormauy five hours ; InSwitzerland Spanish settlers, stands at an altitude of 6.NN) feet. I have the muss somewhere elseT asked the war he was a lieutenant "Commander
't The alien property custodian snot> } three hours In Great The old In the. United States
w ; histories contain, however, The photograph token of the moon i I the colonel. 'Let you all stay 0.1 nat
will dispose of u 11ensure In works of llrltnln two hours In France one few dates the The mate and three able seamen
a ; very on spread of the measures. four feet In diameter and jour knees said I I ; 'It'll do ;you as Ire I
t I i ; art seized nt Snn Francisco whpn thin hour, nod In Italy considerably !less li.'i>i. The Indians culled the swarms reveals details of the lunar surface I much good as It does me to stay, on the paid members of the expedition\
l country entered Into war with Oermany. than one hour. which carried by the
eocuped and settled In hollowtrees. never before seen by the human eye 1 that horse.'' The cargo Nanv mi
English lllen. They hated them I includes two tons of dynamite >.

r The collertlon. Multi to be the largest World's Accuibl' Timber us precursors. of the whites. but they' Why Styles In Tanks Change. slderabte gasoline sacked coal, mot )D

and most valuable of Central Ktirnpean The accessible, timber of the world quickly' learned to eat the lJon.l.xcblfl1e. ..)'.- How Terrrtory Was Acquired. I Storage tank with a smaller (Jlanv i I picture films and lumber. One of "IK-
this Four cents an acre the price
In country was
works nrt ever seen
the and height are an Important I crew remarked that In event of '"raster
I Is Inadequate to requirements ofmodern eter greater
ey was brought: to the I'nlted Stiifes from paid by the United States for the land
civilization: says the forest factor In decreasing evaporation ,.I they would !go up not down!
Austria-Hungary for exhibition purposes which now constitutes the states of
t at the 1'anmnn.Pacific International wrilce, United States Department. of Origin of "Yankee." Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa Nebraska, I according' to a Texas oil company The :Narwhal will touch flrsi nt

i exhibition. With a prewar val. Agriculture. We now draw one-tldrl Yankee U u cunt name for Americans the Dukotas and Indian Territory, together now busy Installing the newerdesign. Honolulu and then go to Pago Page,
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nation of $20OXPO the exhibit Included of our paper requirements from Can- belonging to the New England ( with most of Louisiana Oklahoma The smaller surface of the Amerlcnn, Samoa, where the dynamite
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the work of mines ot the most noted, ada. There Is un embargo on the export : mates. During the volution! the lurllllls'lomlng., Montana, tnnk. It Is clnlnied.. overcomes to a I will be delivered to the United Ktui,"
t I of wood irom the the British. the usual lOllS from tills At Apia British !!Samoa the less
artists and collectors of continental pulp crown name was applied' by to :Minnesota\ und Colorado. It Included I large extent I navy.
i Europe. In tho exhibit Is the collec- Innds. of Canada] nnd this U likely to all the Insurgents/ und. during the, 883,072 square miles. The purchase cauxe. Another special feature In the of the cargo' will he discharged'

y Axel hf' extended! to all forest lands In the CiviL war It was the common designation made from who construction 'Is the nrrnn ement of Leaving! Ynmmnn the :Naruhul V'l' ;
tlon of the grant !"Innlnh artist, was Napoleon ( by-the-
( Oalten-Kalleln. which was on exhibition fiiimlnlon completely shutting off the of the federal soldiers by the I way had no right to sell It) and the I sixteen Incoming :pipit lines, which set sail tor'llilond'l seldom visited h.' ,

prior to Us being brought to this supply of raw material tOT the paper Confederates in Great Britain the Federalists who opposed the deal did are run 'down the 1 Inside to within a white men-Islands of romantic legeml,

country; the collection of (' unt fllulaAndranay Industry, of the t'nltwl! States This term Is sometimes Improperly applied so on the ground that the price was I few Inches' of the bottom. This method! of typhoons and cruel deaths. 'I I

'i a portrait of Pope BenedictXV Illustrates the hazard of becoming, dependent Suiierully to natives of the United, too high. Parties of explorers soon nerves to lessen the evaporation which Islands are In the New Caledonia, Ne -,

another of Pope> I'lUH X, and landscapes upon foreign: supplies of tim- I States: The most common explnnu entered the newly acquired territory would otherwise occur with the surface Hebrides, Solomon and New Outni-n.

and portraits by Karlovlskl. ber, It N pointed out tlon of the term seems also the most The Missouri was ascended In keel I belnjf constantly disturbed. by 1 the groups.To .

There would he Hindi illfllcnlty It Is plausible, nainVly, that It Is a corrupt boats and pirogues: ; and as they passed flowing In of oil at the top. The obtain pictures of the Island unit

E explained.' In returning the exhibits to Coloring Cotton Goods. pronunciation of English or of French La Charette, Uanlel Boone, a very old I tanks are nineteen feet high have a* their people the Narwhal's crew rip\

the original/ owners hei-nune of the There are many different system "Anglais". formerly current among the man stood watching their difficult diameter of ten feet, and, hold about dared themselves willing to undergoany

,Ii bulk and' the, Inrge" number, of owner. of producing high-grade: colored cot- American Indians progress. They suw purrukeets where 10.000( gallons: The old construction hardships, and to take any asks!

It would take Reernl rare to trni,Snort 1 :ri; .ouiM.> KnI'll: system has Its specl Kansas City was to follow ; and. at It Is estimated, resulted] In n loss of Their vessel will anchor near the shore

1 the collection nrroM the country from : '' advantage; over other urstems for' Nature' Wonderful Mechanism.It Council Bluffs they brat met the Indians about 20/ per cent<< of the contents. I and In a power launch a party will ,gn

Sun' Francisco 'to Atlantic port It (tb* production of u certain line of : bus been estimated. that the power under an awning formed by the Popular Mechanics: Magazine.. ashore nnd proceed to the Interior

e ," I N deemed, InndvlruiViu. tu send. the collection I grinds: Knch clnxs of gnodn tins a certain developed by I.UM.txxj Niagaras In mainsail The Kicaru Indians, to their With trinkets they will attempt to con

1 I as u whole hurl to imoe.|', i.s line of buyers which creates' unficreuMliig 1.IJf\IJf) \ ) yews Would. not equal tho surprise, refused any gifts of whisky Seem to Disprove Theory. ciliate the savages but If hostility ha

: : duuiaud fur this "particular I energy", expended by the earth lu a sin- an attitude In which the Mandan' villages Cold miserable hungry-looking, bedrasRleil shown they are prepared to deferd,/

present1 l uln: ". The various systems under I I Kit second us It circles around the sun. where In North Dakota, they ::; :; ) and disconsolate, the tiny themselves with revolvers and. rlllei

!y of ort end they might:: be dlppimed of I which cotton colored goods are produced And! yet BO perfect Is the mechanism spent the winter took no part.-Ex little kitten meowed, piteously ; hurrying From the many Islands visited the

'In thin country to better advantage to may be covered under, the following -! that, dying around Its axis at an equatorial change throngs pnsRed. by on their way Narwhal Is expected to acquire a Inml

the owner list : Bleached guoda. dyed speed of more than 1OWMHJ( to work; some cast n pitying glanceat of copra. Then turning northwardfrom

goods painted, goods stained goods, mlluH an hour and around Its orbit lit How English Babies Travel the pnor creature, but of the dozens the south seas the Island. of

ONCE LAIR OF SEA WOLVES embossed goods, ..nample.llro"dll. print more than 1.10O( miles a minute all th, The motor baby-carriage bus arrived that went scurrjlng) ; on none stopped.. Guam Is to be visited on the return

I ed loodll-IJYPlltulTs. mundane Influences of which astronomers ; It was Invented. In England Al last there came n girl, wearing the voyage to Snn .'ronds('(). The cruise

w 11" lele of Pines Long;! Kncwn as Rendezvous know could not change the length Now baby can travel at four miles an costume of a flapper.' An Instant' she will cover approximately 23XH( mile

j of Ferocious Pirate*- BENEFIT OF GOOD POSTURE of Its day us much u* a second lu hour and( there are foot rests on hesitated then grabbing the soiled( The president of the corporation tit

4 I r "Slave Fattening." 100.UOO years. which the nurse can, stand scooter feline, marched, into a lunchroom and II. J. Richardson a mechanical emcl

Does Away With Useless Expenditur.of fashion while she directs the 'coursqof bought:; thnt little outcast a pin: of neer, who was In the navy during the

The Isle of 1'lnoH un tippuniiRo of Energy and Favor. Best WorkIng the pram. y holf-nndhalf. And yet there are war. Thomas J. Watson secretary Is

Culm, has Illleil nn Interesting IIII!;" In of Bodily Organ. HOWHUMAN = learned and distinguished statesmen' an Insurance man of Snn Franrlioo

.) history." LUll faxus, who chronicled. WHYBlottinc who evince doubt as to whether or not who served In the medical corps In rim

tt i'I the tory, of the voyages of Columhu Oood posture Is that posture of the LIFT IS THROWN = women have srmls.-Washington Star war.
7 In his "ItlHturlu U.. lua In t body which b4..<-t helps, until to do hli Others of the crew are Count \\10'11.'
that the mlinlrul Uncovered the iHhind -The globe of Ivory that Is OFTfO7iLM
work day In and day out with no useless Absorbing Water SCORE ralr Aywayaglou::; former colonel In the
during his Hecond VOYIlj;" In June!', IIIH, expenditure of but with knocked about a table in a game czar's army ; Copt. II. C. Billing, formerly .
r St. John the KvtmKellnffl day therefore energy of billiards! coats If of good qual that If of SAVAGES
on the bent advantage to the action of the Everybody knows a piece SOUTH SEA of the coast artillery ; Hyvnl I.
niiinliix It "..; lb.II., There ity, at least $13., This represents Is Into
\ vllll" heart and lungs and all the rest of the blotting puper dipped edgewise Hughen, lieutenant In the, British flylti
I.' N every evidence" that between' tip organs of the body. Good posture Is Its dust In money There a saucer of water the water will climbup corps In the war; Murray N. Fay, motion
time of ColunilxiM and the eurllext nettiers Is, however a far more Important the to height of some
for a' lifetime Life I I" u tent of en paper a picture man and Fred (L Llnllnrr.I ,
3 ,m F y G the.1.N1..d win the heitd<)imrt' ,,rs durance. Its length depends the and formidable element In Inches above the ,surface, but few can Adventurers Charter Whaler for who hall explored the south seas and,
upon
t'', .- -- for the toast ferocious park of Wn ability of the Internal organs to keep'on the price that has been paid for tell the reu SoD It does so. I Long Cruise to Islands That I the :Malay peninsula.I

t wolves<< that hunted the keno In the lute working and to keep on working to- It. The. bljllurd} bull' of pure- I Capillary attraction Is the name for I _

,: Sixteenth: anti early Hewntevi'th cen- gether. Ivory represents as It lies white this power which causes.water to rise Are Rarely Visited.

', turleN English: }'rl'Of'hlnll Dutch all Good and glistening upon the cloth, In .absorbent substance and the
posture must first favor the
t "r found security on I the tie of Pines. good working of the bodily organs an expenditure human blood* baffling part of It Id Ira apparent slm.pllclty. Twenty men overage age forty have Cheer Up.

r tp', Not the leant Interesting epoch nt and It must do this at the lean expense as well as of money ; I sailed from Son Francisco on the old Don't spend your time mopping: at

ij the Inland's history. wan when It nerved, In effort which, It must be re Elephants' tusks are brought Tills Is just one of those natural puzzles whaler Narwhal for the south seas to the sunbeams with a moody face, aSa

., .I flea "wline fattening", depot.'; IK the membered coHta a certain amount of down to the African coast for that our greatest scientists ..can I' fulfill a childhood. dream of riches to blotter absorbs Ink. Don't stick

V +, ,- days when the traders lu "black Ivory" organic labor to maintain. the moat part by caravans, generally not solve-yet. Its real nature Is ho be gained through adventure. But not around ns solemnly as an owl. Cnivk

''lt I I found the dlilliull.i.. of their profession Good posture shows vitality just as In chance of Arabs who more understood than Is the real nature I by recovery of burled. pirate gold or a smile If It breaks ;your heart and

1 w liicreuslnir In the ratio of prejudice good posture helps vitality We knowIt have been trading In the Inte- of electricity. robbery of native pearl divers do they don't be BO cross crnbb,, ..l and crustj.U .

,, against sluve-hulding, their profits. when we see It, because we feel, the rior. Very often they have But although we do, not know what I hope to accomplish their purpose. you ore wedded t,> worry smiles will

''i ,! decreased In u like ratio." They attempted power and strength that Is behind It picked up slaves as well as It la, capillary attraction! Is a moat Theirs will be a modern way-the got you a divorce Cheer op you earaudgeoa.chheer

ti E \ l to rectify thin Ions by bringIng The essentials of good posture are Ivory but thlx phase of the matter useful force It holds the Ink la a motion picture photograph of savage", uulInvisible I
of the
be left out ac
a more valuable article to the marand four-the high .head. the high chest, may pen nib and In a fountain pen By Its I tribes said to be cannibals. Againstthe ---.

ket the Isle. of Pines became a the -straight back and the flat abdo count.It aid the melted wax In the little critterround savages': poisoned( arrows they are
that
haven. of rest nod contentment for they men. This Is an attitude of power and Is estimated every u candle-flame rises In the wick prepared to match the white men's'wits Asset.
t slaves they brought over lu dark holds confidence an evidence of lithe repose. large caravan bringing Ivory to to keep the candle burning. So, 1'10.1+ and firearms. She-"So you are engaged: to Miss:

from Africa before they were Bold In The arms are neutral and hung naturally the coast has cost more than andmurd..rll 100 the liquid flows up the wick of an oil ,I Their vessel, the Narwhal. H a three- Bagjs.: I'm sure I can't see anything
human lives through fights! attractive about that He"Neither -
woman.
I I "the states. -Detroit S"'WS.I at the side without strain of the or spirit lamp I.I masted Mrk.: :'tit tonnage 1'123:\ and
In the course expedition.
can I see It but It's In the
I I'I Health Builder Thirty more men are Were It not for this force, clotneswould \en itJt..J.n..J,'1''T.l'n1: ;:'PlR.L'll)F leet ;
I 1. ank. all right. -Boston Transcript.
become "bone
dry" dlrectlx they
I t i' I ENTHUSIASM TO BE GUIDED likely to have succumbed to fevers I I
were lifted out of the water. A
I DEBT WHITTIER and other diseases and the i -
great many of the automatic lubrtf-
rd r Directed It Is One of the of the march.
4 Properly fatigues .
I tors for oiling machinery depend entirely
Most Valuable Possessions a The hunting of the elephantsand !
Post'. Writing. Gave Valuable Assistance on caplllnry attraction for tIpl.1action ENROLL I
Woman Can Have. the capture of the Ivory are 1
r to a Large Number of Phil likely to have caused the ; and a sponge retain the slater : $5.00 WILL
very '
f : anthropic Movemsrts. In Its pores by the same means.
r. There, ore women who let all of death of ten men altogether.Such Capillary attraction has been suggested -
their enthusiasm, bubble to the top of casualties are the rule In
I I: as a menns of attaining peruetunl -
their conversation, frothy women.Then John Greeuleuf Whittier, the Quaker elephant hunting rather than theexception.
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motion and, some Ingenious
poet was born on a farm near Haverhill very
t1 there are women who let theirlI YOU IN THE
devices have been put forward.. :All
Mass. *
In 1 ) the Detroit
7. nay
k enthusiasm settle at the bottom of An average tusk does not furnish have been futile
N II. however, proven by
ws. remained on the farm until
their personality, like the dregs of more than enough materialfor mechanics.Finally .
the laws of
t lost youth. Absorbed. In the routine he was nearly nineteen years! old, dividing two good billiard balls. Of

f. Ilj, f I'' of their own little lives they lose touch Ms time between field work course, the remainder of the It Is o'lnto/ capillarity that'soil Ford
'I and shoemnklng. Whittier forgot Is able to retain/ a \large part of Weekly Purchase Plan
'; with the lives of other As their circle never Ivory In each tusk Is made use .
receives thuspreventing
,' his connection with the the moisture It as rain
'' "gentle other A perfectlycut
of Interests/ narrows their eutlm- of In ways.
f} craft" In early life, nor was he ever the country from becoming
ball special,
i gleam dies. Finally Inevitably, they billiard requlrei
arid desertMEASI1iE
W, ;t 4 join that sad ,sisterhood of drab, bola ashamed to own fellowship with Its quality, or Ho-culled "nerve," nn

orlexs women-women who don't honble, but worthy members. What which Is found only In one part
p he thought of the craft Itself and. the MUST BE PERFECTWhy '
P count. of the tusk. You can now buy and pay for a Ford
of the who have followed
spirit men
I But there are women whose enthusiasm The chances are that a billiard Car
of
out weekly earnings the
neither bubbles. to the top nor It may be learned from Mi lines addressed ball of the first quality has cost Precise' Degree of Accuracy Ha your on

v I a subsides to the bottom. Women who to" shoemakers In the "Song at least one human life and to Be Maintained In SocalledStandard Ford Weekly Purchase' Plan.
of Labor In 18T,
a.l ( really let "themselves &0." They are published there Is not one such ball whlcbmoJ' Bare..
1,1 Whlttler's vigorous, thrilling line not be truly said to be
Interested In other people and events
I outside of their own little lives and gave assistance to every philanthropic stained with men's blood. For most of u* the knowledge thati Thousands of families are taking advantage -
I movement In the United States For meter Is 3.37 Inches longer than a
d this Interest sparkles Into enthusiasm. of this to buy Ford and
t 1 These are the women whom we cull many years he was the Hans Sachs or yard Is quite sutllclent.. We roust new way a
Ebenezer Elliott of the Liberation know as much as that becauV the will be driving their
n "vivid" and these are the women Ito> soon own cars, enjoying
cause of rrotestuntHm on the continent TO USE IN OPERATING ROOMHow metric system of measures Is so wide
make and
happy friendships happy
all the benefits and of
't marriages even when they are handicapped to the work of emancipation In ly employed that one constantly find advantages

I by lark of beauty, or lack of America to that which the ?German Men of Science Have SucceededIn It necessary to turn meters Into feet motor transportation.

jtl cleverness. or lack of style.-Ex:: !gave to the cause of Protestantism on Producing Light Which or yards. But the reQnemegts of
change the continent of Europe: and the Englishman Cast No Shadow. modern science demand a far higher .

"$$1. 1 gave to the labors of the anti- degree of accuracy In measurementthan The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan is amazingly

corn law league In treat Britain. One of the most remarkable lamps 'Is perhaps ever dreamed '(If In
Lost Treasure of Montezuma. In the world never casts a shadow. the ordinary walks of life. The pains simple. You can enroll with an

rt' According to legend Montezuma at Moorish Women' Dull Lives Solid pieces of wood can be placed taken to obtain precise standard of initial payment as low as five dollars each
1' the time of hU overthrow In l.VJO: by across It, but It continues to give an measure are almost beyond belief of ,
The lIoorlsh'onmn'. life Is '
( Cortex and his Spanish followers, had, never absolutely clear and regular light. one who Is not familiar with scientific week. You add to your first payment
varied and her
exciting
very or many .
'In addition to the colonial loot which domestic duties tie her to the house. This lamp Is being used In surgery methods. as much or as little as you feel you can
tho victors secured In gold, I and' silver
would be
It U only on very special. occasion In cases where a shadow Everyone knows that socalled"standard" afford. .
f ,I fabulous wraith In gold stored away disastrous. Another feature I Is thatIt bars, on which the exact
that she to out
s permitted
I' ) go ; many
beneath his secret palace hidden In the never go out at all. The lower-class gives 3.00O candlepower, without length/ of the yard and the meter are

f j plateau region of what Is now the state women are sometimes forced to attend throwing off any heat An ordinary marked, are In the possession of the
( This is in the and
: of Nayarit.I..xlcl: ). money placed bank
; the markets nnd are not so particular 100-watt bulb Is used and the whole governments of the United States. ,

t I The loot which the Invaders secured, about covering, I their faces' ns the secret lies In a wonderful series of Great Britain France and other countries draws interest. In a short time deposits

t I was stupendous, to be wire. Hut they rules of their religion ordain. No strictly mirror which reflect the light and but everyone doe not know your

k ..i) 'r missed the greatest single cache of religious woman however, will allow no possess' Its power. with what care these standards have plus the interest paid by the bank

., gold In Mexico by dl"lIIu"lonlngIont.: .- any man but her husband to see her In an ordinary lamp It would be Impossible been compared and with -what patience will be sufficient to obtain delivery of
coma In time for him to recall! his messengers fac*. to obtain as much ]light without they have been minutely measured -
the'car.
sent out to bring In the gold Some of the women are accomplished a great deal of heat, the absence again and again. .
from the chief treasure house of his
+ musicians and dancers, and of which Is necessary In many operation -

.E 4 t tu gate sing to the accompaniment of their *. Why Priest Dislikes Horses."Th Start today and before
Cortez tortured and then murdered weird native Instruments. This Is Inmost The mirror reflect the light around curs of my ute" said 'the you realize it you

1s hundreds of the leading, Aztecs In an cases their only form of the obstruction, and unless the globeIs Rev. Father Duffy, chaplain of the will be driving your own Ford Car.

effort to get from them, the secret of amusement. Some of them are also completely covered It Is Imposslbl Sixty-ninth New York regiment, according ,

I r the location of the great treasure place expfrts at weaving and making tapes to produce a shadow. It Is no easy to the New York correspond .

t! and palace. Falling to gain his Information task: to fit the mirror *o that all ent of the Cincinnati Times-Star, "baa

In that way, he spent several l try.Moorish women are ea at their reflect light onto the sam spot A been cavalrymen for colonel.. A

;year scouring the western part of best In the country districts, where minute Inaccuracy would rain the hone Is something I can respect bat J. W..Andrews

'. Mexico: but In vain. one sees. them going to a well for hole! use of the lamp never love. I once scandalized Gen- Jr.

water with their earthenware pitcher eral Parshlng by telling him that I ,

I I American at the Tl.phon*. gracefully pouted on their head or How Moon I I. Brought CI_. thought Henry Ford mad better Authorized FORD Dealer

One way to measure, the extent of .boulders.8ttlr. It appear that, with the aid of theworld' horse than tile Almighty: did. Every F
relative use of the telephone In colonel I ever law has pot me on a The iank Stark.
the ,
largest telescope, not *o lone o u acting a. depository for payment a
hone and made miserable. I
several countries U to determine the Introduced Honey ..... ago Installed *t the :Mount Wilson ob- me made n connection: with the Ford Weekly Purchase
went of them In France lame
I of time actually to one ,
amount
average per year In reality all honey bees are ", U4., errttory: the'm.IOD has been brought Pan.
and \ to make modest
crippled, a
each Inhabitant In telephone pro-
spent by nearer the eartfc than ever ..before.
for they have bean but little
conversation. StatUtln Indi- changed teet...an4Ae< told nit hat U> Ireea on
*,T man, bo lj la lecture and In ".b- The. reflector .>>f. the. jreaj relejcope
calm( hut In"'the tTnll-cd SJl1t"s.tb.: : i aver- ,,-- .-
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