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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 14, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY JANUARY 14, 1921. ,,NUMBER NTY.NINE- t

MEMORY OF JUDGE JAMES T. VICTORY DAY SERVICE PROGRAM :1k

WILLS-HONORED BY BAR I NEXT SUNDAY EVENING BUSINESS MEN CONTRIBUTE MINUTES OF MEETING SCHOOL BOARD BESSENT.REA DEIt I I '

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Gainesville, Jan. 10.Circuit Sunday evening at 7:30 at the A very prettty wedding took placeat '
court f : Bap .
WAS called to order this morning by ,' tint church the following program will $2215.00 TO REMODELING BUILDING Messrs.and A.L.A. C.Kazcn Powell ho J. O. elected Dennison the home of Mr. and Mrs Frank ."j,
be rendered in ; were Bryan on Tuesday
observance December
Judge Barton Albert Thrasher, who of the anniversary members the evening,
Bradford
was appointed as Judge of this districtto -ft national constitutional of county 2fth'hl.'n lawrence D. Ucssont and
succeed the late Judge Wills, who prohibition; ., ,;I FOR WOMANS CLUB school board with II on B.Nov Wiggins: fith, 1920 who:! together Miss Ellen lice Dor were united in I

died last fall.Shortly Then, NOR: , and the l Future: i eelectod was marriage Judge Fred B. Shippcy
I Orchestra selection. ,iI superintendent, met at the performed the ceremony and only
after court was called house
court
to I at Starke Jan. 4th, and
order the venire subpoenaed from the Crusade Hymn, "Give to the Wind Mrs. W. C. Powell and mother, Mrs vote of thanks by the club members. organized as follows: members of the Immediate family and '.

jury box was ordered quashed on account -i,j Thy rears"-Choir. I Paul E. Canova, delightfully entertained During the social period, Mrs. A. Moved by A, A.'Hazf-n, seconded, by I a few relatives were present.Mrs. .
of Its being Improperly! drawn I j Scripture reading, 14Gth Psalm, the the Woman's Club on Wednesday Z. Adkins rendered a beautiful voice J. \lO. DcnnUon, that L. C. Powell be \ Descent Is the daughter Is Mr.'
and a special venire, returnable at 9 I| Crusade Psalm. afternoon at 3:30: at the home of selection, being accompanied by Mrs. made chairman. By vote this move I and \Mrs William Hen Per of this city ;
o'clock in the morning was ordered by I Prayer-Rw. J. C. Diggs. the former, on North Walnut street DcWitt C. Jones as pianist. Miss\ was carried., I and bring a graduate of the local high:
Judge Thrasher. Prophecy: The rooms of the lower floor of this Mona Alderman delighted all with an The homtl 1 leased to the Woman school, she has many friends here who k
State's Attorney Long moved that I Chorus, "A Saloonless Nation in j I beautiful/ home were thrown en suite instrumental solo, after which Mrs. Club of Stuike the old school buildingat \ know her to be a charming young
the court go into a memorial service, I 1920"-Choirs. :I I and made more attractive by frag- Powell and Mrs. Canova served their Staiko to be used for scientific and lady I
honoring the late Judge Wills, which i Trio, "John Barleycorn, Good-bye." rant narcissus and choice roses arranged guests with a delicious salad course. educational work and to supply a restroom Mr. Bossrnt came here about six .
was carried. : Fulfillment: I in bowls and vases. Among: the out of town 'guests: was for the public yours ago and Is well known as a 3
During the memorial services Col. I Chorus, "Prohibition Dawn"--Cholr'l The hostesses welcomed an unusual. !Mrs J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, who l is At the request of Mr / prominent farmer of this1 section. He
Sanchez read a paper in memory of Paper, Eighteenth ly large number of women who came one of the prominent club women of clerk hire for two months Wi/otlllns'l owns a home and large grove at Torry I
" the late judge, and Attorneys Field I. Miss Ina Alderman. to transact their usuaf routine of club the state. ed. Island, where the young people will

ing, Hampton and Davis and Judge Chorus. "Sound the Jubilee"Choir. business, to enjoy the social side of A silver offering was taken ajnong,: Mr. Wiggins:/ made his to reside Their many friends unite in
Thrasher spoke in memory of him.Thc |] : the meeting and to hear more on the the club members, which amountedto board to look after the attendance wishing this couple prosperity and
following resolutions from the local l,, Offering taken while the' orchestra interesting subject of the new clubhouse $22 thisto be used for the clubhouse work of the county requesting only hnppinesss., Lauderdale Sentinel. '
bar association were presented in I| gives a selection. The president, Mrs. W. E. fund. actual expenses. The offer was re The Telegraph joins the many r V
memory of the beloved judge Address, Benefits of Prohibition Middleton, gracefully presidod over While refreshments 'being fused. friend! of Mr. and Mrs. Hessent in ,
were enjoyed -
"To lion. B. A. Thrasher, the judge; ;f Rev.Who B. D. Law. this meeting, and seventeen new members Messrs. A. Z. Adkins and J. L. Moved by Mr. Harm seconded by wishing; them bun voyage throughlife.
of the circuit court of the Eighth Ju-I! Aml'ndml'ntT-W.are the Enemies of A.the Eighteenth were added to the roll Peek appeared on the scene much to Mr. Dennison that the bond> of the 1'
Scott.
dicial circuit in and for Alachua coun- After hearing reports of the var the curiosity of the daughters of Ere Bradford County Honk be reduced \ I t
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ty, Florida: Recitation Law Enforcment Owen Griffin.: ious committees, the president called Col A. Z. Adkins made a speech, the $3500.00. Carried by vote. TRIBUTE TO COL. WEEKS
Suppose
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"The committee appointed to drafta II Trio, "Twin Ballots." on Mrs. N. IX Wainwright, chairmanof opening; remarks of which were quite ,
suitable tribute to the memory of Paper, The Nineteenth Amendmentand the club house committee, to give mysterious and exceedingly witty, and Board met in regular session Jan. The following tribute to one of .
the late Judge; James T. Wills begs its Relation to the Successful Enforcement her report, which was as follows: as his speech proceeded the interest 3rd with Messrs. 1... C, Powell, P. M..| Stnike's best beloved citizens appeared i
.. leave to submit this, its report: of the Eighteenth Amend-- Our first move was to interview Mr. grew intense when hereferred to the Padgett and A A. liar.on present in Sunday's Gainesville Sun, and
"At the general election in Novenv ment-Mrs. J. W. White. row ell, our member of the school new club house and said that the men Minutes of lust two meetings were was written by one of his old.! friends,
ber, 1902, the constitution of Florida Address board, to see if he would support us of the town were taking a great interest read and unproved with the following Col. liet.'W.. Davis It was followed t.
Public Sentiment Patriotism
and
was amended so as to create the 8th L. L. in our effort/ to procure the old school in the club house enterprise, notation. That the Jtunlc of Staike be by tho short history of Col. Weeks'a')
judicial circuit. The boundaries of Chorus- "Work King.for Enforcement building: which after careful considetatlon nnd that in a few hours the men had noted, that said batik\, placed application life given in lust week's'. Telegraph k
that circuit were laid out by the legislature Where You, Are-Choir. we decided would be the most donated the following amounts for to be declared a depository for The Sun says: ;
that convened in April 1903, The Future acceptable place to the greatest number the club house fund: general school and interest and bond For thirty-two years Col. W. T. 1
: of people. Being assured by Mr. fund for district 3 and 25, known as Weeks has
been clerk of
and the counties of Alachua, Baker, Solo, "The World is Going Dry"- Powell of his decided togo I W. A. Dubose ...______.u..$ 5.00 Starke and Lawtey. the Circuit
we Court of ,
support Bradford
Bradford, Levy and Putnam were taken Mrs. E. Markley Johns. before the school board at the A. I' Hoffman _________.... 6.00 Upon motion all teachers who took (county The editor -
/ of the Sun will feel
into the Eighth: judicial circuit. Chorus, "All Around the World the January J. M. Truby .._____________ ".00 the examination and failed to that something ... v
lion. W .S. Jennings, now dead, who Ribbon White is Twined"-Choir. Powell meeting.Mr. chairman Mr. Hazen Silas Kite __________________ B.OO certificates and who are giving secure satisfactory is out of place when ha goes to Starke
and finds that his old is ,
was then the governor of Florida, appointed Solo, "Victory"-.-Mrs. J. E. Futch. and Mr. 'the II. D, Mott ___._____........ 5.00 service be allowed to continue friend not to
Dennison, comprising be
James T. Wills, of Starke, to Benediction. A. E. Wall 5.00 found in the court house Ha has I
school board were present. Mrs. A. their work. voluntarily retired. Col.\ Weeks,
be the judge of the newly created Sam Rosenberg '.__....._.... 5.00 Is thefather
Z. Adkins, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. G. \Moved that the secretary be empowered of Mrs. Sam Dell of this
Eighth judicial circuit. Judge: Wills SALUTATORY M. Inman and the chairman I). P. Carpenter .___________ 10.00S. to commission Messrs. G. M. and city
representing has friends in this and
continued to be the judge of the circuit the Woman's Club. The following L. Peck .-_ _______.......... 25.00 Bt'nnl.'ttIf., \ Hull and C. A. Young, county many city

with its boundaries unchanged, To the good people of Starke and surrounding public spirited men gave the IT. C. Ritch ______j__________ 5.00 blood trustees for special tax district There Is not member of the Gainesville .
from the date of his apopintment until Greeting Rev. B. D.'Law _.___________ 5.00 a
country, : of the to the" matter bar
greater part day who does not admire him.P01'i'ELiIIART .
his death in Gainesville, Fla., on "According to the good hand of my : C. L. Peek, W. T. Weeks, N. T. J. F. Kickliter .__________?-'- 5.00 one.The action of the board in granting
the 2nd day of August, 1920. God upon me" I have come into your Ritch, N. D. Wainwright/ A. Z. Ad- Geo. C. White ________._____ 5.00 tho piece of land joining! the ,, schoolhouse """ '
? "James Thornwell Wills was born midst as an ambassador of Jesus kins, D. C. Jones, J. 11. Ritch, B. M. G M. Sistrunk _____...... 5.00 in their meeting of Sept. 3rd,
in Laurens, S. C':, about the year 1854, Christ having accepted an invitationto Dowling, E. S. Mattthews A. S. E. W. Hayes __-__-__________ 25.00 is hereby rescinded. w
where his father, the late Rev. Dr. supply the pulpit of the Presbyterian Crews and F. G. Schell. To this faithful A. S. Crews .i. 5.00J. The bill of Dr. Wills for vaccinatingthe The following\ account of the Pop. #
David Wills, who was a renowned church in. your beautiful city. I cooperation we feel we owe the M. Alvarez------------- 10.00J. children at Boatdrain school refused pell-Hart wedding IN from the Lakeland '

Presbyterian preacher, was then sta- have already met many of your /greater part of the success we report. W.' White __-___-_________ 6.00 on the ground that no appropriation Evening Telegram of December
tioned. His father moved to Macon, charming people and I am delighted The committee asked for a ninety- J. W.: Alvarez ______........ 1>.00 had been made for that pur 27th last. We should have given the
Ga., when the late judge was a mere with the prospect. I am glad to make nine year lease on the building. Attar N. Sternberg ..____.....____ BO.OO pose. news before this, had it bran possible
boy, and in Macon the judge spent his my home among you and shall try to lengthy: discussion and much detail L. A. Davis, Jr. ___-_________ 60.00 The board rescinded its former action to get the particulars sooner, The
boyhood. When the Rev. Dr. Wills be a desirable citizen. I am not come work, the lease was given. It was i II. C. Wall _________________ 60.00 as to depositories and declared Telegram says:
was made president of Oglethorpe: as a sectarian to stir up strife. I desire drawn up and signed: by the entire T. J. Griffin _______________. 60.00 Bank of Starke a depository for the A .very beautiful and Impressive ,
university, in Atlanta, Ga., the judge to greet every man as a brother board, also by H. B. Wiggins as secretary 'E. T. Campbell _.........__. 60.00W. .Interest and sinking: fund and bond ceremony at high noon today united
moved, with his father, to Atlanta, and to do all the good I can to all the of the board, and, and the clerk L. Wall _________________ BO.OO funds of special tax districts 3 and 2*, Miss Nora Hart in marriage to Thomas )
and entered Oglethorpe, from which people I can as long as ever I can. I of the circuit court: recorded same \v. T. Weeks ____ __________ 60.00 known as Starke and Lawtey. Jefferson Popped. The First Methodist 1.
university he graduated in 1872. Af am getting along in years and some without charge. A. 7.. Adkins ______________ 100.00J. There being no further business the church was simply and elfo'tlvet
terwards Judge Wills entered the of the infirmities of life are upon me. Two pleasing features of the deal L. Peck ____________.__-_ 100.00 board adjourned sine die. ly decorated with ferns, and Mrs. J.
University of Georgia, from which he 'In particular it is difficult for me to were: First, we are exempt from tax L. C. Powell __,------------- 100.00S. L. C. POWELL, P. Wilson presided at the organ Mrs.
also graduated. lIon. William A. remember names and faces, but I hopeto es. Second, the pavement has been A. Bryan _...?.._____.... 100.00'' Chalrm \n. Paul Henderson's beautiful voice was
Blount, of Florida, who is now the get acquainted with every man, paid in full. So there is nothing left D. E. Knight -------,--.---- 100.00 i ; heard In "J>t the Rent of the World
president of the American Bar Association woman and child in the community, for the club to do but remodel the F. F. Stump ____________-_.. 100.001W IN MEMORIAM 'Go Dy."
was a student with Judge: and I hope that you will all make that building to suit our needs. C. Powell ___. __________ 100.00G. Miss (Hart was attended by Mrs. ,
Wills in the University of Georgia. task as easy as possible for me. Don'tbe By the next meeting the commit M.\ Ipman _- 100.00 Charles Markillee Johnson was born Robert Hart, of Tampa, as matron of
"]n 1876 Judge Wills moved to ashamed to tell me your name as tee will have some plans from architects Consumer's Lumber Co. ...... 100.00 at Lake Butler, Aug. 27th, 1SOI5/ and honor. Mrs. Hart was attired in yellow
Florida to practice law, locating in often as necessary, for indeed I wishto to submit for your approval. W. E. Middleton ...________-. 100.00E. died at Lawtey Doc 12, 1920. Ills untimely organdie with hat and bouquet to
Starke, in which city he continued to know you. I wish to be friendly Respectfully submitted, L. Biggs _____________-___ 100.00 death was caused by an abdominal match. She was followed by MissPoppell
make his home until his death. with everybody. I wish to help every- Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Chairman; DcWitt C. Jones -_______.___ 100.00N. wound inflicted by the acct; sister of the "Judge Wills was superintendent of body. We will have services every \Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, T. Ritch ________________ 100.00J. dental discharge of a shot gun in his pink organdin: with hat and bouquetto
public; instruction of Bradford county Sabbath morning and evening, Sab Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. G. M. in- E. Futch _______________- 100.00S. own hands on the morning, of the day match, and Mrs. Lulu Henry, sister
for a term, and he was elected to the bath school at .10 a. m., and prayer man. R. Johns ___________.___- 100.00G. preceding his death. Markilloe was of the bride, in blue organdie with
legislature from that county for one meeting on Wednesday evening.. You Mrs. Wainwright: also read the lease W. Alderman -_____-___-- 100.00 fifteen years of age and the youngestof : hat and flowers to match. Her delicate
term. He could have been elected are all cordially invited to attend the for 99 years from the board of public Bank of Starke ___.._._-_... 100.00 a family of.}eur. Ills parent died beauty was strikingly sot off by i
many times., but his extreme modesty services. For the present I have a instruction to the Woman's Club of when he was seven years of age and her gown of white crepe do chine with
prevented him from seeking office, and room at Mr. N. B. Hull's. Call on me Starke, after which the club gave arising Total -___-_______--_-____2215.00Mr. he had for the past' eight years made wedding veil and wreath.
the only other office hq! held was the at any time. I will be delighted: to see vote of thanks to the clubhouse J. L. Peek handed the president his horn with his uncle and aunt, The little/ flower girls, Della Esther I j
'1 high! officp of judge, which was tendered you. Let us labor together for the committee for their splendid work. Mrs. Middleton, all papers relative Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Futch, of Lawtey Smith and Louise Harden, charming
him without his seeking it. upbuilding of Christ's kingdom in this The United Daughters of the Confederacy to the donations for the clubhouse He was well known for his jovial spirit In their ruffled organdie, scattered
"No more beautiful tribute could be community. May the Lord bless you through: their president, and an enthusiastic, rising vote of and cheerful smile, and was indeed yellow rose petal before the bride, i ,
paid to Judge Wills that that paid to and cause His face to shine upon you. Mrs. Luther G. Powell, pledged $100 thanks was given: by the club to the a friend to all who knew him. Ho who entered on the arm of her brother ,
him by the Florida Metropolis in an Your servant for His sake for the club house fund and this organization : hail, for several years been a memberof Mr. Harris Hart.
editorial which is worthy of quotation DAVID LANDER. was also,1 given a rising given. I the Methodist church, South, and She wan met at the altar by the '
and from which we quote: --.. was a faithful attendant I
'Judge Wills has left a heritage CARD TO THE PUBLIC both. church.: and. Sunday! school. I1t'nry. brotherin-law of the bride
to his family, and to the state of FlorIda U. D. C. MEETINGThe SHIPPERS WILL LOSE BERRIESOn lie wan indeed be missed by the members and by his brother, Mr Thomas Pop-
Great men do not happen they To the Citizens of Bradford County: of his class, lie wan a pupil of ,pell as best man. The ceremony was
are born, and this able jurist has In retiring from the office of clerkof U. D. C. met Tuesday after- April 23, 1920, a car loaded with the eight grade of the Lawtey junior performed by Rev J. F. Bell. .
proven his greatness by his life. On the circuit court I wish to tenderto noon at 3:30:: at the Methodist '('church strawberries, and again on April 26, high: school and was the leader of his Mr. and Mrs. Poppell will leave to.
the bench he ranked among the high- you assurances of my gratitude for Mrs. Luther G. Powell presiding, and another car of berries was sent from class, having just been elected class night for El Paso, Texas, where they
est in the state. He was endowed the long tenure given me by your Mrs. L. A. Davis attending to her duties Starke to Carter & Iseman, Baltimore president before the sad accident oc- will make their home, Mr. Poppell being '
with a charitable sense of justice, votes. I feel a pride in having filled as secretary. commission men. They held the ber- crured. a rising! young merchant of that
touched with a remarkable knowledge: this important office for so many Among other business that was ,ties: of several growers: and were for- lie was laid to Best Sunday afternoon city, where ho Is engaged in the: fur
of human nature, and in the fulfillment years and I thank you, one and all, transacted the president appointedthe warded by II. M. Snyder. The con following In the Dyal cemetery, niture huxiness. s
of his duties it seemed that he for the honor bestowed on me. following committees: Credentials tents of both cars' arrived in bad con Rev. Brown conducting the funeral The brido U well-known in Lake
was always inspired by .an innate Very sincerely, Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. W. I. dition and claims on the railroad com- services. A large company of sorrowing ' land. She Is the daughter<< of Mrs.
power to interpret circumstances and W. T. WEEKS. Wall, Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Miss Amelia pany were made for damages. As the relatives and friends gatheredto James Andrew Hart and taught In ,
conditions, which endeared him to Ray, and Mrs J. M. Alvarez.' Finance below letter from Carter & 'Iseman witness the last sad rites administered the schools here for several years. Her
those he served, even those who faced CARD FROM MR. POWELLI Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. Oth- shows, the railroad refuses reimburse to the mortal of him whom they winning manner hall made her a wide
him at the bar of justice. ma L. Haynes and Mrs. W L. Wall ment, claiming that the bad conditionof had known and loved! so well. circle of friend among: both old and
''Florida is proud of her sons and wish to thank the people of the Cemetery, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mrs.J. the berries was due to insufficient lie leaves to mourn his loss one young, who regret that this happy
in flaming letters of gold will she etch county for their hearty co-operation M. Brownlee and Mrs. W. J. F pper-. I'injand;\ delay before starting: brother, two sinters, an uncle and event of her life will take her so far '
the name of Judge James T Wills on and, support during my term of office son.Next Mr. II. M. Snyder, aunt, and a host of relatives and from Lakeland.So .
the marble slab of history.' as chairman of the county board of Wednesday will be Robert E. 'Starke, Fla. friends far the Telegram. The many
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"Wherefore, it is resolved by the I public Instruction. I appreciate very Lee's birthday, and the chapter historian "Dear Sir:-Replying to your letterof One Who Loved IIi. friend jn this county of the newly .
much my re-election at the November Miss Amelia Ray, has arranged / married couple, the Telegraph include
bar: the
county 6th
Alachya connection I wishto suitable which will b<>. regret to say that the NEW MASONIC OFFICERSAt ed
"That in the death of Judge Wills, election and in this a program I railroad refused claim' wish them a long and happy mar-
the of the law has lost a say that I"declined to qualify for given at 9 o'clock, at the morning/ both company to pay rind life
profession whose life was an honor to the coming term because my physician ercises of the Bradford High: School. on cars. the regular meeting of Bradford .
member example to all advised me that it would be best Mrs. Luther G. Powell will read an It seems that you held these cars Lodge No. 36, F. & A. M., on the night: NEW MILLJNKIIV: HTORE WILL
it and worthy as Alachua an county the for me not to take this work on myself Interesting paper concerning the life too long at Starke and allowed themto of December 80th, new officers for the OPEN SOON
lawyers; and all Florida, of Robert E. Lee. leave without full icing, which no present year were installed a* follows -
eighth: judicial circuit, and whose Respectfully. The meeting adjourned until the first doubt caused the berries to come in : Miami Erma Anderson and Miss Joale *
of judge
has been deprived rendered a in'unsullied L. C. POWELL.on Wednesday in February, when they bad shape. Anyway the railroad com I Archibald Thomas, W. M. Hoffman experienced milliners of r
public services were I will meet at the home of Mrs. Othma pany refuses to pay, so our loss was Luther G. Powell! S. ,W. Jacksonville, will soon open a millinery

distinction.further That we sympathize such page: or pages, and index the L. Haynes. total as well as yours. Frank I*. Turner, J. W. store in Starke, the location chose
"Resolved, with his, family in their same in the proper index. Very truly yours, Fred F'. Stump, Treasurer. en being th, front part of Hull's De
deeply "Resolved, further, That a copy of _' METHODIST CARTER & ISEMAN. Knos; W. Hayes, Secretary, :partment Store. Miss Anderson has
great bereavement. That we mourn this tribute be sent to the widow, and 1... W. Klckliter, Chaplain. gone to Atlanta to buy a stock of the
"Resolved further Wills, and will ever that copies be given to the two newspaper Sunday school, 9:45: a. m- I ATTENTION, VETERANS Julian L. Peek, S. D. latest and best styles of millinery\ and 1
the loss of Judge his, and | in Gainesville, and that a copy Preaching, 11 a. m. I J. W. Andrews, Jr., J. D. as soon as the goods arrive they will
point with pride to career, <"M,# be sent to the Metropolis, Jacksonville! i Union service at Baptist church, Th .regular meeting of J. J. Dickl- G. M. Sistrunk, S. S. open their emporium. Both Mills Hoffman s
cherish his memory. That or''i! and to the Times-Union, Jacksonville, 7:30: p. m.Epworth. son Camp, 1617, U. C. V., which was J. C. Robinson, J. S. and Miss Anderson have had excellent
"Resolved, further, the a pace circuit, with request that the same be publish- League, 6:45 p. m. to be held on January 19th, will be Geo. W. Snellgrove Tyler. training and a number of
pages, in the minutes which of nothing t'rl. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: postponed (until further notice.W. The lodge is in a flourishing condition years! experience In the millinery business
court be reserved, on Wills ahull "Thomas W. Fielding/ E. C. F. San- p. m. T. WEEKS, and growing fast in membership and their enterprise will\ be
but this tribute to Judge the clerk of the ;'',z, R"bt, W. Davis, Robt. E. Davis, : J. C. DIGGS, S. F. MORGAN, Capt. Com. Much progress la looked for during gladly! welcomed by the ladies of
be written and that ( ommutuf." Pastor. Adjutant. .1921, Starke and the nearby town t
circuit court do enter this tribute up-


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-To j MARCH TO CIVILIZATION

:'I 'I,; --- =; 1I Graham, Jan. 14.-Lee Dyal! is on i OLD ABSALOM
the sick list this week. Two of Party Quarrel and Come to
Mrs. returned to her Blows After Arrival
I News Items Viney Dyal Absalom was ninety years old. For years he had beena
County ? home in Largo Wednesday -
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familiar figure around the railroad station, picking odd
Mrs. Andrew Sparks, of Louise, was Mattice, Ont., Jan. 11.-The long up
.. = == shopping here Wednesday.Will trek to civilization of the'three AmerIcan pennies, carrying luggage and doing errands.
t., *. Jones was a business caller to naval balloonists came to a dramatic One day, after a heavy snow, the westbound express
;. I. 1ts.tars.tlnFacta Gathered During the Week bj Our Sampson City Wednesday climax here this afternoon when stopped at the station and the passengers, warned of a long

: . ", Refular Correspondent O. W. Dyal was a visitor to Waldo two of them-Lieuts. Farrell and Hin- wait, left the chair cars to stretch their legs. One of them

'y.. ,' .Tuesday. ton-came to blows overstatements spoke to Absalom.
& Fate Prevatt and wife were visitingher alleged to have been made by the latter "What community is this, Uncle?" he'asked.
'.II!: I" ---- ---- parents at Sampson City Thurs- in a letter to his wife. Old Absalom scratched his wooly head.
f'' i BROOKER community extends sympathy to the day. When they emerged: from the brushat "What's mister?"
community
', ".' .. bereaved family. O. W. Dyal visited the county seat 2:20: o'clock after a sixteen days a ,
,, :,. I' Brooker, Jan. 14.-El: L.. Crosby Wednesday.Math journey from the Hudson Bay Com "A community is a city or a town or a village where

, !pent part of last week in Jacksonville FIVE MILE Wasdln returned home Tuesday pany post at !Moose Factory, near folks are sociable\ : where everybody knows everybody else;
attending to business. ,' where they descended December 14th, where the stranger is made welcome ; where every man,

. R. A. Weeks and II. S. Warren were Five Mile, Jan. 14. Mrs. Obi Stokes Mr. and Mrs. Gid Sparkman, of the three aeronauts, bound in a tie of a woman and child gets together for common enjoyment and ..

!1 transacting business in Starke part and son, of Guilford, were guests of Louise were here Thursday.A friendship through their facing together '. .. recreation", replied the questioner
'II., of last week. Mr. and Mrs. B: F. Gainey Tuesday. mad, dog belonging to Fate Pre of death, apparently were in; Uncle Absalom opened his eyes wide in astonishment.

" r'" Mini Pearl Lewis, of Starke, spent Mrs P. P. fickle visited Mrs. B. L. vatt was killed here Tuesday separable.An "I'm pretty suah this yeah ain't no community," he I
TV the weekend here with friends. Duke Wednesday Andy," Oliver and Gracie Sparks hour later, Lieut. Farrell satin said. "TIMs is jest a place". .
:Miss Eunice Hazen was shopping Mesdames Amanda Gainey and Liz were pleasant callers here Saturday the! parlor of the log cabin home Uncle Absalom described, the town accurately. It had
4 in Alachua Saturday. have been ill for several of H. P. Williamson, clerk in the The folks of
zie Duke quite evening its cliques its social l barriers. west Main street
Mr. and Mrs J. D. Baxter spent days but are now convalescent.Mrs. Hudson Bay Company's store here, relating east You
Arthur Broughton was a business the of didn't talk to aeyone living "belonged" in the
I story the party's adventures
the week-end in Gainesville with relatives I*. I'. Dekle and son, Julian, visitor to Gainesville Saturday to newspaper men. best circles! or you didn't. Nobody ever thought of some I

were shopping. in Lake Butler Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmondson, During the conversation Lieut. Far civic organization by which all\ classes! would pet together,
I r Misses Grace and Leta FORK spent Miss Norma Dekle spent the week of Sampson City, spent Sunday with rell was shown copies of news dispatches forget the social barriers and work for the common good.
i the weekend at their home near Gra- end with her parents, returning to her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Alfred' Me- among them 'letter alleged Community Service is making communities out of

.; b }laM, Lake Butler Sunday. Kinney. to have; been Rent by Hinton to his Through it, selfishness and social prejudice
')toy Roberts of Graham, was a bus- Marcus P. Dekle returned from Jesse Woods! and family visited relatives wife places. give I
and published in New York
'; ,'nose caller here Sunday morning.Mrs. Kathleen Sunday. and friends at New River Sun- paper, which said, in part a: I I way to common enjoyment.

[, Tiercy Roberts spent Sunday Mrs. D. I, Blume was the guest\ of day.Lee "Mr. Farrell fell from exhaustion Suunnnaununuuanunawuuunnnuunuimunu"nuu, ' ' ,wtst nmunslnmixnmmnnu' '! '' '' '''''''''''''''"""'"'" ''''''''_"
'P' and Monday with her daughter Mrs. Mesdames Florence and Amanda Burrows, of Starke was here several times. Wanted us to cut his'
'I., T Thomas, near Graham. Gainey Sunday. Saturday. ---
throat and take his body for food and I
.' Chesley Fogg, of Graham, was a P. I1. fickle and family attended the 'John Thigpen, of Ziff, was a business asked us to go on and let him die, but I .asst.ai asastwwamwwanrautrowsrsnnwwwwnsawtarwrawrwsnwnawansawwst. swk+t
I visitor here Sunday afternoon. cane grinding at'the home of D. I. visitor here Saturday. we decided to stick and die together.I .
f J. J. Morgan and family and Mlns Blume Monday. John Sterling and son, Ellis, were was the only one that did not express REAL COMMUNITY BUILDING
j i Ethel Jones spent Sunday with relatives Joe 11. Williams, of Providence, wasa visitors! to Sampson City Saturday. my feelings and kept them I
'., in Lake Duller. business visitor here Monday. Marvin Ogden was a business visitor l- cheered up.'" Consider the tumbleweed and the oak. .
I i t G. It. Mills has rented the Mal- John Mott and Willie Cone, of Lake to Hampton Saturday. Hinton then came into the room. He For the. tumbleweed
I It
t'r phurs cottage and will move there in Mrs. John Prescott is visiting her a season grows green. flourishes
I Butler, were here on business Friday. told Farrell he should not have continued
:' Jii: the near future. He formerly tired W. J.. and Kinney Townsend were son, Levy Prescott, of ZiflF. his'talk to newspaper men, as In spring and summer. Then come the fall and the early galesof I
, ii"" near Live Oak and is a young business here hunting and fishing Thursdayand O. W. Dyal was a business visitorto he had dispatches from the secretary winter. What of the tumbleweed? Hither and yon it flies
I V ; man. He has opened up a garage : Friday. Brooker Saturday. of the navy, forbidding any of themto across the prairies, the port of every vagrant breeze. No

: here on Main street and we welcome I' J. N. Gainey was the guest of P. Will Warren, of Ziff, was here on talk until an official report had been wind is too light to stir it, no obstruction too small to halt it.
the family to our midst. business Friday. But does the oak swirling around
P. Dckle Saturday night. filed. go a moving part of the'
'There will be school Saturday.Mr. Sam Pons and here trans autumnal ? Not that
Wilbur Rimes, of Worthington, wasa son were "You rat, you have been talking landscape any one has noticed. The
and Mrs. E. B. Andreu, Sr., and business visitor here Monday. acting business Friday. yourself," Farrell snapped back, indignantly oak stays put. It roots deep in the soil. It is a member of a
lion, Ray, were visiting in the Mid Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson were Mrs. Tom Wasdin and son, Ernest, He then accused Hintonof colony of oaks that have grown up together that have weath-
section Sunday. with her mother Mrs.
way spent Saturday ered the winds of winter .
writing false together.The
shopping Lake Butler Monday. reports, referring to
Mrs. E. L. Crosby was on tho sick O. ,W. 1>ya1.
lint part of last week. B. L. Duke was a business visitor to Rev. filled his tho letter. tumbleweed serves a purpose if it calls attention to "
flukes Crosby appointmenthere Hinton replied that the letter had the of the oak and if it drives home
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward spent Sunday Friday. Saturday and Sunday. permanence the fact
and Monday in Gainesville. Mr. Herndon and Nelson Dekle, of Roy Roberts and Truman Thomas been published without his consent, that the practice of rooting deep into the soil has its virtues. !
p Nuke Butler, and Dudley Clyatt of but that its contens evidently had In these times there to be
E. T. Stewart spent the week-end were business callers to Starke Sun seem a great many men of the
With his family. ft. Call, were guests of Mr. and' Mrs.P. . been exaggerated. Farrell then went tumbleweed variety being swept hither and thither. Thereare

Kuntis Kelly, of New River, spent P. fickle Saturday. day.Mrs.. Dewey Strickland and little Williamson Into another for room his to apologize to Mr. so many tumbleweeds scurrying about that the oaks may
language. While
Mrs. Ranee Parrish, of Midway, returned home Sat- be overlooked. Start to count them
Sunday here.Chester daughter, Eunice I he though and there are
was it is said Hinton
the of Mrs. D. I. Blume Sat gone, .declared
Andreu, of New River, was was urday. guest urday after spending a few days with his remarks about exaggeration was plenty of oaks-men who have struck their roots deep into
a Sunday visitor here. her parents.Zeke their home soil.
o made only for Farrell"s benefit.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Renfroe spent 1
The Starke Senior B. Y. P. U. came : the week-end herewith relatives. Parrish of Sampson Sity, was Farrell returned. More words One of the present day problems is whether it is worth*

st #,', over Sunday afternoon and rendered : Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Parrish were here Friday. between the officers. Then Farrell passed while to attempt the task of increasing the number of oaks
a program at the Baptist church, and Mrs Charlie McKinney, of Louise, and decreasing the number of tumbleweeds. The first
guests of Mrs. Mollie Parrish Monday shopping in took off his coat and struck Hintonon thing
It was greatly enjoyed by all pre : night. was Schell Byrd is spending our town a Friday.few weeks the jaw. Hinton was sent sprawl to be noticed about the oak is that it is of slow growth. It

ent. '' Marcus Dckle spent Monday in Lake with his parents ing over a table. At this juncture does not spring up in a day. The next thing is that it establishes -
Mrs Smith of Sampson City
Hogan
here Butler. Lee Byrd returned to Jacksonville newspaper men and others in the itself by taking root.
pent Saturday Dave Clemons business room stepped between the men. Community building is oak
Mr. and Mrs J. V. Edwards, of were here on where he has employment.Will growing. Raising colonies of
i Worthington, were shopping here Monday. Jones if! back again after a The men left the cabin separatelyand tumbleweeds will not do the trick.
j ; Monday Lem Dukes and family have moved visit in South Florida. went to a special train waiting on Before men begin to root deeply in a community they

: S. A. Bryan passed through here to Providence. Willard Smith was a business vis- a siding to take them to Cochrane. must have an abiding interest in it. That community must '
Friday. Mrs Murphy was the guest of Mrs. itor to Sampson City Friday. Claiming that he had been ;"doublecrossed" be more than a chance fence corner into which they have been
Dekle afternoon. Claude Kelly returned Friday after in regard to the writing of
Saturday whirled.
Too communities
Rev. Ridenour, pastor of the Baptist letters many are simply stopping places
publication, Farrell said
B. F, Gainey is grinding cane this spending a few days in Jackson : for the
people that live in them. In
church, has changed his appoint week. ville. "I wrote a letter to Frank Bent, driving home the fact
, ment here from the second to the third John McKinney of commissioner of contracts of New that community building brought about by a real community
Sampson City,
I Sunday in each month and will fill his TIIERESSA was here Sunday. York city and he (Hinton) asked me J We is a constructive work the present day Community

(, ,1 r appointment here next Sunday mornIng Lee Youngblood was here Friday. to write on it that it was not to be Service movement has performed a distinct service. Com-

I .; and evening.Jim There Jan. 14.-Mrs. Henry Mrs. Anna Youngblood: attended the published.. munity building means more oaks. A lack of it means more
[ t Douglass of Alachua, was' a a, Woodmen Circle Friday. lie added that Bent was an intimate tumbleweeds.
Koon and Saturday t
returned
son Eugene,
I 4 Visitor here Sunday afternoon. friend and evidently had done
their'home Dewey Murrhee happened to a very as .
! G. B. Colson made a visit to Lake to in South Florida, painful accident Saturday. While he requested. He said he thought ---. --____ .. __I.
after an extended visit here with her
! Butler Friday. wrestling he fell and fractured his Hinton and Kloor wrote their letters .
Mr. Mrs. -- -
parents, and J. P. Padgett. --- -- ---- - ---- -
, Mrs Kinney and little daughter, right: arm. under the same agreement They did not learn their whereaboutsuntil The Quinine That Doc Not Affect The tlci'dBncannt '
" Marie, of Gainesville, spent part of Mrs L. A. Hall and son, Calvin, Lieut. Farrell said tonight that there I
Dr. Cox, of Sampson City, was here they met the Indian Tom of its topic and laxative LAXA
1 east week here with her parents, Mr. were visitors to Hampton last week. Sunday. was a great deal of "quibbling" be- Marks TIVE UROMO QUININE (labietl) : octbe token;
R. M. Heraey was visitor to the 'tween three days later. by anyone without causing nervousness or rimtlot
: and Mrs. J. E. Clem on.. a his companions and himself
O. W. Dyal and son, Lee, went to lu the head. E.W.GROVES elDnatureon boi. Juc,
I ti Section Foreman Boyles, of LaCrosse county scat Friday. Starke Sunday to the doctor. during the three days they were lost
I was in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Baylor and Card of Thank in the woods above Moose Factory.He / TEACIIESS' ASSOCIATIONThe
1. Miss- Edna Baxter spent the week daughter, Ella, of Brooklyn, attended We most sincerely thank the many claimed he was in better physical

", end at home with her parents, Mr. church here Sunday relatives and friends for the sympa condition than either of his comrades :following is the program for
i ,, :: and Mrs. J. D. Baxter. Mrs. Rosa Koon and son, Eugene: thy and kindness shown us during the and at night: Would lie on the exposedside the Bradford County Teachers' Asso- Auction Sale
.
Mr. Smith has moved his family in and Miss Icy Padgett spent Wednes illness and death of our little son, of Hinton to keep him warm. ciation to be held at Brooker Satur I
, the Groover cottage day at Waldo, with their sister, Mrs. Clarence "As a matter of fact," Farrell said, day, January 22nd.

: ." Mr and Mrs. Smith, of Georgia, Jim Koon.S. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dyal, Largo.In "I could have licked both of them, All teachers that can possibly get Will sell -at auction sale to the
::' are visiting their parents here. B. Woodard has returned home Memory of Little Clarence Dyal and could do It.now, in this room." there are requested to do so, as we I highest bidder all farming implements
after several days visit at different Farrell said he held my
Little Clarence, son of Mr. and no grudge: have something of Importance' for
,, \ ZIFF points in South Florida. Mrs. Wesley Dyal, died Dec. 28, 1920, against Kloor, who; during the daysin you. consisting of plows, hoes,
i.: Mrs. R. M. Hersey and Miss Es- after an Illness of three weeks. He the bush, he said, had remarked Devotional exercises. baggies, wagons, harness, mowing
Ziff. Jan. 14.-Mrs. J. B. Thomas telle Woodard were visitors to Hampton was born May 14, 1918, was 2 years, that he did not want to die, as he had Reading of Minutes of last machine hay rake disk hay baler
.Alva the weekend afternoon.P. "too meeting. ,
: i and daughter, spent Friday 8 months old. He was a dear little much to live for. How to teach
,.' near Gainesville with her daughter M. Geiger, W. W. Packham and fellow and loved by all who knew him. The party left Moose Factory December grammar and high current schools events in I and stalk cutter. Also good mule

Mrs. W. II. Shaw. Calvin Trlest were among the visitorsto 28, instead of December 27, ly effective and horse, corn, hay, velvet beans
-Prof. Geo. Holland I
t A precious one from us has gone,
Mesdames. J. B. and R. B. Thomas Hampton during the week-end. as they had intended.
w ;" were business visitors to Waldo Wednesday Miles Crews, of Long Bridge, was A voice we loved is stilled During the first three days travel How may history be made Interesting and seed peas, ODWEDNESDAY

I 'visiting relatives here several days of A place is vacant in our home ling down the Missinabi all three officers to seventh grade-Miss Gracie JAN. 19 1921
R. I1. Lewis and Ellery Thomas were last! week, Which never can be filled. rode on the sleds because they Fogg. ,
t visitors the seat Saturday. God in His wisdom has recalled still A model lesson in Latin at,10 a. m.
r. to county W, A. Jones and S. B. Woodardwere were fatigued from their earlier -Miss Iva
1\: Rhoda Thomas spent Sunday the visitors to The boon his love had given, experiences. Alderman. "
Hampton Saturday.
'; : H. 0. BROWN
And the slumbers
though body
'r' of' guest of Avy Starling. Mr. Humphrey and daughter Miss now, When they felt fully rested, he con- How much attention should be given I N
t' Louis Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was Blanche, and Mrs. Elva Lee Aberna- I The soul is safe in Heaven. tinued, they ,took turns in mushing to composition work in grades- Sweat Farm% sear! Elzey Chapel
"J' in this section Sunday evening. thy of Brooklyn, attended church here Besides his fond parents and grandparents along with the Indians. They had Prof. T. B. Pinholster. I Cemetery;
), \ Miss Vera Surrency spent the weekend Sunday night. he leaves" to mourn his early been initiated into the secrets of the How to begin pupils in study read,
': \ at Pine' Hill, guest of her parents. Samuel! Woodard left Friday for death a large number of other relatives snow shoe while at* Moose Factoryand ing. "

Miss Lomie Thomas returned home Lakeland where he has accepted em- and Iriends.CIIRlS1'IAN. got along fairly well, b'ut were Some introductory lessons in teach I I
Sunday after spending i a, week' near ployment.D. rather "used up" when time came to ing primary reading-Miss Olive Ray. I
, Gainesville' guest of her sister, Mrs. W. Swindel and wife, of Hampton EDUCATION make camp. Discipline and the best means of WOODCypress
W. II. Shaw. attended church here Sunday. They were caught in a snow storm securing it-Prof. Wimberly.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thomas and night. Rev. S. W. Lawler of Lakeland, educational the first Sunday on the trail and were H. B. WIGGINS, Supt.S. .

<(, '". baby were attending to business in K. M. Ilersey spent Sunday at Lake secretary for Florida conference forced to pitch camp after traveling S. BOWLING in stove lengths, burns I
r" Starke Saturday. Butler with relatives of the Methodist Episcopal but one mile. Eight days down the MRS. Wm. JOHNSON, well. Limited quantity
t Mr. and !Mrs. S. L. Prescott were J,. V. Jones, of Hampton, motored (church South, has announced the date Missinabi their dogs began to show GRACIE FOGG, Committee. J''
in Graham Saturday. through our town Sunday. and place of a number of district signs: of fatigue: and men were sent order now fi
.. J. B/Thomas was the guest of .relatives Albert Beck, of Hampton, attended meetings where the ministers, 'leading back to Moose Factory for others. FARMER BROWN
here Sunday. church here several nights last week. educators and representative lay They were well provided with provls- $1.00 per load
The Death Angel visited the homo Calvin Triest was a visitor to the men will discuss plans for inaugurating ion,$ and moose meat formed a part FIVE DOLLARS REWARDWill
of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thomas on county seat Thursday.The the Christian education move- of ,their daily ration. Cooper & Spellgrove
Sunday morning and took away the week's meeting closed here on ment in all the Methodist churches of Almost immediately after the ascent be paid to the boy or girl
S months old baby to the great!: be Monday night, conducted by Rev. the ,district. at Rorkaway they went into the 15 years of age who will find under the Phone 13 STARKE
yond. The little sufferer was only Williams, of Starke, and was well attended The schedule of meetings, as announced clouds The only time they could see most grammatical errors each week
sick a few days and all that medicalaid and much interest taken in by Dr. Lawler, is: Miami earth was when passing over Wells, in a 'aerial! story commencing this
p y and loving hands could do was it. Two additions were made to the District at West Palm Beach, Jan. N. Y. Then they were caught in a' week in the Telegraph entitled "Sa- \
done but the Lord called it home. Besides church. !Mrs S. B. Woodard and Mr. 18; Jacksonville district at First heavy snow storm, struck tree tops in amntha Brown's Husband., First 1886

the heartbroken parents, sever Humphrey, of Brooklyn, moving: their Church, Jacksonville, Jan. 19; Orlando the Adirondacks, but were swept on reward. $3; second, $2. Errors
al brothers and sisters mourn their membership from the Baptist church. district at Orlando Jan. 21; Gaines by the wind. corrections must be and
loss. The body was token to Sapp 1 j Rev. Williams has been called to the ville district at Gainesville, Jan. 26; When the barking of a dog was paper and handed in kept each on a slip of ::
cemetery Monday for burial. The I pn<-t"rnte of the church for the ensuing Tallahassee district at Tallahassee, heard they opened the valve of the DeWitt C. Jones store where week at DAVISINSURANCE ,
y< .. -.nd will have his regular appointments January 27 and 28. gas bag: and descended The balloon will be kept until the a record
Mm. Bowen' Tells How' Rat Almost on every second Saturday Through the success of the Chris lodged in the brartches of a large tree story. The slip end of the
j showing the
Burned Her louse Down night and Sunday, morning and even tian education movement, the Southern and the officers climbed down, thinking rors and corrections most er
"For two months I rover wf'nt'1n ing. He will also preach a sermon !Methodist church hopes to enlist they were .!in the Adirondacks.ested zes as stated. Commence receives the pri
our cellar, fearing: a rat. One night in I at Brooklyn ift- the afternoon at 2 i 5,000 young: men and women for life may l learn at once. You
bed I smelled fire. Sure enough the' j e'clock. service in the ministry and home and in the movement because the you a life time something to that will take
rat bad been nibbling at the match. S. B. Woodard was a visitor to foreign mission fields, and to enlarge, church contemplated an expenditureof forget. STARKE
H i hadn't acted promptly my'housewould Hampton Monday. equip and endow the more than 80 approximately $800,000 on the two THE AUTHOR.
have been burned. TnterIt'\ schools, colleges and universities of schools located in this state. "'-
found the dead rat. RAT SNAP killed Colds) Cause drip a Influenza the ,cljuri-li lQ'{ this country so that These '$choolB are .tl \-Thomn Industrial AT RANDOLPH -

It. It's great .tuft'." 3 sizes, 35c) C5c', : LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablet* remove thtiw these young people may be properly! Institute, at' Del unll1k Service Orm a'. ,...te.... chM Ifette i:
,Sold and guaranteed by D, C. .. ,. ; educated for their ]life The Sunday, Jan. 16th., 11 a. m. ,
$1.25. e. 1> only one 'Bior ,, Quulie. calling Springs, and the Southern College at Everyone Invited. natures vtufltr and energy by perusing and'>
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Jones, Stark,-Adv. ._W.v. .... . ,,box. _*'i people of Florida are especially inter- Sutherland. I ie rlchlnS! !the blood. Yon can non feel lu f treogi*
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It[|: 1.|[ Bradford County Farmers FARMER SAMANTHA'BROWN'S-BROWN HUSBAND- --I certainly money, and want tarYOU you to J u\



would like to have better bakings.
v COTI'OSEJ.D: DISTRIBUTION: ]parts of the field where the pigs range engine will not turn as many wheelson When I and Josefus Brown fust got Calumet. It's the

4 } less frequently the punctures were a small amount of fuel as it will married, or some time previous there Then use do Im
to
Washington, Jan. 8, 1921. :more numerous. The cotton was in no on a larger amount. A horse cannot too, he used to come over to our biggest the thing quality you of can your bakings

c Editor Telegraph: way damaged by the hogs: Mr. Sterling do as much work on (;0 per cent feed house to see my pa most every Sunday -prove and lower baking costs.

u I have been advised by the depart-1 has been conducting this experiment -j as on 100 per cent. just before time to go to the schoolhouse Calumet is made in the lam

r went of agriculture that there will i for the past six years and has to meeting.Pa est. most sanitary Baking Bake
noon be available for distribution in :found that it has given him uniform j PEOPLE SHOULD USE MORE BCZ; he don't see why he should Factories in the World. No

the second congressional district, COO ;results every year. MILK come so regular. Pa wonders what he lag Powder is made under better

'' '' one quart package of cotton seed of !i i wanted to see him about and go tour o conditions-.none can be better In

C ,, the Columbia variety early long Bta- DAIRY COWS SHOULD FRESHEN Dairy Industry Supplies Great Commodity meeting, while he is a Methodist Quality.

;, pie. In their letter the department I I IN THE FALL in Thin State by -persuasion and we are Baptist by It contains only such ingredients -

has the following to say regarding pel suasion. BS have been officially endorsed
.g- seed There are several reasons why the But he sesjE he don't like to do or by the U. S. Pure Food
this : Florida dairy cow should freshen in Dairying has its ups and downs In say anythink fur it might be the making Authorities. An absolute guaraoterthit -

"The size of the package: Is sufficient September October or November according this state the same as elsewhere. Asa : of a Good Baptist of him. q I it is pure. .. .. s.
,
i; to enable farmer to make a rule the thinks
dairyman he
a to Prof. John M. Scott, animal has the Well one evening when we got back
.' satisfactory preliminary trial of the industralist and vice-director of poorest business of anybody. But he home we sat out on the front porch
variety in comparison with other varieties supplies one of the (P R a
the Florida Agricultural Experiment most life-giving where I've got a lot of vines growing rC
\ now grown: in his locality. It commodities! in the whole world of
Station. all around it and we talked about the ; '+' 1 +
I .." ]Sa I therefore, deemed advisable that no commerce. Milk produced and distributed weather, the hogs and the crops then ,,
, individual receive more. than one packageS In the first place the cow that under proper conditions'is never finally he hitched his chair a ,little
freshens in the fall will produce more
dangerous, never harmful. No
one closer up to mine. I never movedI -
"After conducting: the test if the milk than will the cow that freshensin ever heard of murder or suicide in teed he wanted to get out of the sun

r. farmer {Is convinced that the new April, May or June. This is for connection with the drinking of milk. -or something.:

i, strain U superior to the one he i III already the reason that our winter climate in On the other hand, It is wholesomeand He said he'd begun to cut the logs

,;" growing, and will submit a detailed more conducive to a heavy milk flow beneficial. It is good for 'the fur a new house, and did I want to go CALUMETBAKING

i'0, report of his results in accordance than is our summer, climate.flies Duringthe young baby, and it is good for the and look at it (the logs I suppose). I
winter there are no or mosquitoes
;: with instructions, together with man of three score and ten years. And said yes. So we went to the house to ,
.1. 'b' sample bolls produced from the quart to worry the cows. for those of middle age: there is no tell my ma and pa. When we got POWDER k kIt
demand
is much
Second there greater -
n pr'kagfl of 'seed, the department will a better food in sickness or in health. back it was quite late and ma said
winter
i r' arrange to furnish him next year with for milk during the People in general do not use enough he'd better stay all night as it looked
months. It will be found much easier
:h one-half bushel of seed for a practical milk for best health. like rain. So he stayed. received highest:,Awards
to market milk at a fair price when ,
start with the' new-ari'ty. This In Florida hear much the Well that nile he
there is a good demand than for a we about up and asked me World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago
quantity if carefully handled under when there Is little surplus milk produced during summer wood I marry him as he would need a Paris Exposition, Paris. i
;II favorable conditions should enable poor price .or no months. There are enough people in woman to keep the new house he was France-positive proof of Ita super-

t him to produce and market a bale of demand. Florida during the summer season to going to build and I said I'll ask my lor merit.

1 f ,.()ton and secure a seed supply sufficient Third raise, his the heifer dairyman calves who will Is find tryingto it consume all the milk produced, if they ma and he said he'd go home and ask It is >used by more house. .....

for a large planting the following much easier to raise them during the could be induced to buy and use it. It his pa and he went home next day. I I .. wives and domestic scientists than Raa4s Jr

S season. is largely: a question of the public not asked my ma and she said rite off. any other brand. ft' caps! natty a "

"Each package of seed will be accompanied fall mer and season.winter than during the sum- realizing the value of milk as a food I Why, Samantha, he's Methodist by \ It is sold at a moderate price ma Calumet JeveJ tea ,S

by a circular giving full After everything has been considered rather than an over-abundance of persuasion and you're Baptist by persuasion AU :you have to do is to compare cup butter.teaapoon: Powdrr.114capa: H ,.. ''

information regarding the variety and dairymen will find it to their ad milk.There and the meeting house nevef cost to determine how much you dtuLst, 4 ....... '
the department's plan for assistingthe freshen are many other ways of using will hear to it. Hell have to join the can save by buying Calumet y. of' elllr1lt ,. ', ,
to have their '
vantage cows r
farmer, in establishing it on his during the early fall. By doing this milk as food than by drinking it Baptist meeting house if he gits you. Gluten is the muscle building part W'R ctlsest/ :.!''t
farm.. whole. For instance ice is You'd better him this or a nLAWTEV e
the largest flow of milk will be ob cream a see about be- of flourWlu'clils of greatimportance.: eav.a. hasr :
If any farmers In your county will tained when there is the greatest de whole omo''' and sociable way of serving fore it goes any further. To be sure you get it! in your bake ID...............
send me their names, I will take pleasure milk. Buttermilk could well be So next time he came over I up and I flour
mand for it. bad-ing
ings use plain amfgood
In having a package of this seed served over the counters of soft drink told him what my ma said-and he

forwarded to them. NO ACID- SOILS AS RESULT OF stores. There are dozens of recipesin said, that is just what my pa said or powder, (not eel(-rieing flour).,

FRANK CLARK. USING ACID PHOSPHATE modern cook books that call for about. He said you would have to

milk in some form. join the Methodist meeting house if
PIGS ANIJ BOLL WEEVIL PROFITABLE - - ,- - --, r
Many farmers have the idea that Another way to overcome the surplus you married his son. Well, we left it

acid phosphate makes their soil acid of milk in summer, is for the to the elders of the meeting house. have been picked during the past few

or sour. Dr. R. W. Ruprecht, physiological i' dairymen to arrange for a large ma Ourn said he'd have to become a Baptist days.
+ The following, to say the least Is an chemist of the Florida Experiment jority of their cows to freshen during and his'n said I'd have to becomea Lawtey, Jan. 14.-Mrs. Lois Gallo-

', interesting experiment and worth trying Station says that this Idea l is August, September or October. Then Methodist, and there we were just way, of Nashville, Tenn., is spendinga HIGHLAND '

r out: largely due to two things; first, be- during the time of year when the demand where we started, but I said, Josefus few weeks at the home of her parents ,

Conmanrhe, Texas, Sept. 7.-This cause the name acid phosphate suggests for milk is less" they will have i Brown, you just go on and build that Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. Highland, Jan. 14.-Miss Maggie

section has one farmer who not only acid; second, because a strong but a small amount to put on the market log house and he went on. When the Rev. Brown, of Grace Methodist Crews was shopping in Starke Satur
j c l has no fear of the boll weevil, but actually house wait built still didn't know church, is the
acid, sulphuric, Is used in its manu as most of the cows in the herd i we attending annual con- day.H.
t turns it to an advantage. His facture. will be dry, or nearly dry. I which we was to be-Methodist or ference in DeLand this week C. Wimberly Jr., was a business

: name is W B. Sterling and he lives However both these theories are The following motto ought: to be I Baptist. We wanted to please them Mrs. Jesse Reddish was a visitorto visitor to Jacksonville Saturday.Miss .

r t i: near Blanket, about ten miles southwest wrong. The only possible free acid adopted universally in this state: all but we wanted to be mejum thatis Starke Thursday. Eunice Dinkins, of Lawtey,

f of Comanche. He says he has in acid phosphate l is phosphoric acid. "Drink milk now, ye who never drank we did not want to be one-sided. Frank Green left Monday for his spent the day with Mrs. II. C. Wim

t' now about a half bale of cotton to the This acid is weak and will go: rapidly before :and ye who drank of old, drink But as the house was about built, all work at Manatee after spending three berly Wednesday

acre matured, with good prospects into combination with lime iron and still more"INCREASE but the chinking up and putting on weeks here with Mr.
I i for continued maturity. He has his and Mrs Cha Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Austin and children -
the roof something had to be did
aluminum. When this acid is pur- Dinkln .
pres of Maxville, spent Sunday with
ii 'hog'farm proof fenced fences.into As sub-divisions soon the with boll ent to any extent, the acid phosphateis OF LAND VALUES!lIS: ty soon, if not sooner So we went Mrs. W. A. Dubose of Starke, visited !Mr. Austin's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
as FLORIDA IN RECENT YEARS all over the ground again but
'' of the consistency l of putty and thus my relatives here Tuesday.Mrs. John Austin.
weevil begins to make its appearance is difficult to handle. Free sul folks and hlzen were as firm as a rock J. D. Randall
very of Orlando
'he his into wasa John I. Marr the week-end
turns hogs the cotton field. spent
and the elders wuz firm as a rock.
phuric acid is never present for if Washington, Jan. 6. The United visitor to Lawtey last week.
t' He has with friends in Jacksonville.!
about thirty to thirty-five
,
They said it will never do, he must
. too much were used in making the States census bureau today made public
head of pigs big to eat and Mrs. Pearl Jones was a visitor to G. II. Barker of Meredith was a
enough gin in, she must gin in and there we
acid phosphate the result would be a the following statements ,
concerning Jacksonville
" range, and these pigs gather every first of the week. week-end visitor with H. C. .Wimberlyand
sticky semi-liquid instead of the the increase in land values in
mass
,
'r' wuz.Well Mrs Ury Gunter and
'I. fallen form punctured by the weevil baby returned family
that is Florida in Josefus went with the
dry acid phosphate ordinarily recent years farm property on to Jacksonville
last
, and knocks off the punctured forms week, after Rev. T. !M. Carter, of Peoria, was
; having in the last increased house and we got stronger and stronger
ten -
1 which still adhere to the stalks. They seen.Acid years spending the holidays with her parents greeting old friends here Monday. Mr.
phosphate is mixture of than 100 as every chinking went in and
several cent. ev
a more per Mr. and Mrs.
Geo.
actually!! fatten on the larvae thus devoured L>. Futch. Carter began a revival meeting at
lime phosphates and gypsum.: In The number of farms in Florida, ery shingle was nailed on the roof, BO Mrs. Mary Herndor
r and seem to be especially\ fond and daughter, the Duck Pond church east of here
experiments conducted in sec according to the recent is 54O0.r finally we decided-as it was to be our
many census, Miss of
Angle
of the combined vegetable and animal Macclenny, visited relatives Monday night.
'; i tions of this country and extending These farms contain 5,846,693 wedding and not the elders or our pas in and '.
I diet. near Lawtey last week. Mrs. Clarldy Criffls of
II; Dupont, ar-
through long periods soil has been acres, of which 2,297,271 acres are or mas-we'd do as we pleasM, and Miss Eldredge
In addition to destroying the Reddish visi- rived
entire wasa Tuesday for a visit with her
s found acid after using acid Improved land. Since the house went and unbeknown t
no more 1910( the on to
number tor to Jacksonville
:
weevil crop, they also !loosen upI" first of the week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Mosley.
phosphate than before. of farms has Increased 8.0 our folks we went down to Starke
:(; the soil without the slightest damage ner Miss Thinks ntnL-inn_ irUA V.- V.A**.. ;I
I cent ;the total acreage, 11.3 per cent, and Josefus duced we to Mr. N. J. in Atlanta --for the' ; ;; I
\\I. to the plant in their rigid cleaning up past three months How many bushels of your peaches _
DO NOT FEED WEEVIL INFESTED and the improved acreage: 27.2 Jones and we went into his office and
per studying for
of the fallen forms. Fields adjoining trained nurse work is rotted last "
7 minute and
f year Stop a
CORN cent. Sixteen and seven-tenths Josefus told him the whole thing
,;: or adjacent to his farm, where no percent as spending a few days at the home of figure up the prices of peach products -
of the land it was, etc etc.
of the ,
.: area state Is in her
} parents Mr.
hogs have ranged will not make cotton and Mrs. Charles and decide whether will
Are weevils eating your corn? Do farms, and 39.3 per cent of the farm He seas how you all going to get Dinkins. She will you give
enough to for the picking. return to her studies trees
pay your systematic sprayings this
I i' In discussing the. matter with Mr.French .' you expect your present supply of land is improved.The things to start housekeeping on i if this week. a winter
corn to stock through the value of all farm is the old folks and next spring with lime-aul-
r carry your property object and won't help !Mr. and !Mrs,
he decided to make the trip Raymond Strickland phur to San
scale. And
destroy Jose .
winter and next ? If do $329,286,817. Josefus !
summer you as compared with $143 you any. spoke rite up firm of Webster
1 to Blanket immediately for the were visiting
purpose near Law- keep a lookout for borers while i
of checking.. the story and and if the weevils are eating on the 183,183 in 1910, an increase of 130 per and clear or more so, Mr. Jones, we're tey last week.T. you
f after making a thorough up investigation! corn, it will\ be to your interest to get cent. The value of land and buildingsis going: to ask you to trust us for a J. Terry was transacting are doing this.
business -
lie reports the conditions he found as busy and stop this weevil ravage. $280,450,604; of implements and fitout. I've got 20 acres good land in Starke first of the week. d

i ,: follows: In an adjoining field consisting State Agent C. K. McQuarrie of the machinery, $13,551,773; and of livestock all) my own. I'll cut the wood oftthat Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dubose of LONG BRIDGE
agricultural extension division again $35,284,540. As compared with and haul it to town to sell -
and
Starke
of twelve acres from 85 to 90 spent Sunday
: percent at the home of Long Bridge Crews
Jan. 14S. C.
rM of the bolls were and warns farmers that corn housed in 1910 the value of land and buildings pay you fur what you sell us. I've Mr. and Mrs. Overstreet. ,
punctured
; cribs will be eaten by weevilsif for 1920 shows was a business visitor to Raiford Fri-
t the entire twelve acres would not open up .an increase of 137.4 got a good mule and wagon and a Dock Norman and family of Rai-
left there long. If your corn is per cent; of Implements and machinery good crop of cane and sweet tater, ford day.Mrs.
; i make more than two bales of cotton. were guests
Sunday of
I :' On the experimental plot of twenty- stored in open cribs, or If it has been 204.8 per cent and of live stock some corn and fodder, Irish taters Mrs. C. R. Sapp. Mr. and Jack Pinholster, of Brooker
given no treatment for weevil con 71.4 per cent. The average value of enough fur our own use and it won'ttake Jack Smith has been spending a while with Mr.
three where the
hogs allowed of
acres were Ocala
f'' trol, it is for to get ; land and much fur was visiting and Mrs. B. J. Sapp.
to the cotton will make necessary you buildings per farm l Is $5,193 us two. Outside of relatives
near
range, busy at once. that I'll Lawtey Saturday and Mrs Alice Oliver, of Pine Hill, attended -
} a half bale to the acre and probably I as compared with $2,362 in 1910. The give you a mortgage on the Sunday.
.; Mr. If you have an airtight crib, or average value of land alone per acre land for one year or until I can pay Harold church Saturday night.W. .
more. French states that he took Pearce
t one stalk of cotton with fifty-two room, put the corn in it and apply carbon I is $38.90, as against $17.84 in 1910. it off We'll want a small cook stove to Jacksonville was a business visitor l- T. Turner was a business visitorto

) : ," tip bolls, none of which bisulphide. If you have no tight The value of the 7,308 farms for and two chairs, some pots, pans and P. L. Dinkins Saturday. Lake Butler Saturday
t were punctured.The and
herd of hogs consists of three room use barrels and boxes. It is essential which complete mortgage: reports kettles. I'll make a table and-oh sonville family, of Jack Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw and little
that the crib or barrel be were secured l Is well spent Saturday and Sunday daughter, of LaCrosse, are visiting
sows, six gilts and fourteen pigs They practically $50,760,850( and the yes want a bed. I've got some at the home of Mr
1 have been running in the patch ever air tight. Two pounds carbon amount of the mortgage debt is $12- bedding and linen of my own. Dinkins. and Mrs. Cha her parents, Mr. and !Mrs.;; H. O. Riv-

; since the first punctured forms have bisulphide is enough for every 100 Cubic 911,813, or 25.4 per cent of the value. All right, boy let's set it down and i J. B. Mi/.elle of ers.
fo lien. feet crib space. If you have to The average rate of interest paid is I'll see what I can do for you. iting friends Baldwin, was vis P. B. Crews was a business visitor

use barrels a larger amount than this 7.3 per cent. Twenty-four and five- Mrs Cy Perkins-Say, Samantha near Lawtey Sunday. to Lake Butler 'Saturday,
As a further evidence of the value Miss Jessie
Futch
i' of the pigs running in the cotton field should be used because there will be tenths per cent of all farms operatedby what did you have to pay fur a stove Jacksonville first of the was a visitor to ,I Fronie Crews is on the sick list at iiSI I
greaer, waste. This poison can be secured their owners are mortgaged, as them days? week this writing.
IMr.: French found! where Colon
I that the Miller
pigs move. horn_ tad .___'
, ..
slcat l : night near the barn and their at any drug store. Make two compared with 14.8 per cent in 1910. Well, our'n was a small stove and from North -- u .ulf 1VWI.-. Rev. Miillnrfv. of HamntYin. filled

watering places, there were practically applications, the second about two The number of white farmers i is things wuz awful cheap. We paid $10 children have Georgia.been Mrs. Miller and his appointment here Saturday\ night
weeks after the first. This I is necessary 41,051: of which for here several weeks I and
I no punctured bolls but in remote 38,836 are native and ourn but these war times things at the home of Sunday.-
; her
because of the hatching of eggs 2.215 foreign born. Of the native have doubled up on account of high Mrs. Jesse parents, Mr. and Prayer meeting was held at Mrs.

which were uninjured by the first ap white farmers 30,256 are owners, I,- I priced labor and such. I was in town Mrs. C. Reddish. Belle Johns Wednesday night and was

t ASPIRIN plication. It is best to shuck the 535 managers, and 7,045 tenants. Of the other dny and the best 1' could do Bushnell, B. Allen and daughter, of well attended.

corn.The the foreign white farmers, 1,911 are in town and that was at DeWitt C. Mr. and were guests: last week of !Mrs E. A. Sapp is on the sick
Mrs
; Charles '
; feeding value of corn infested owners 193 managers and 11 tenants. Jones Hardware Store, wuz a small James Dinkins. list this week

Name "Bayer" on GenuineTake with weevils will be reduced 40 percent The 12,954 colored farmers comprise stove like mine, run $15 to $20; ranges: visitor to Godwin, of Maxville, was a Mrs C. M. McKinney was very ill
Lawtey
by February. This means that 6,320 owners, 101 managers and 6,533 $2,) up to $75 but I didn't buy but Sam Mathis Sunday, last week but is somewhat improvedat
t'. for every $100 worth of corn stored tenant The number of female far will have to soon and I know where week-end of Macclcnny spent the this time.

i .. in a way that weevils will be unmolested mere Is 3,208, including 2,493 owners, to go to get the best prices. Some Geo. F. with homefolks. Rosa Johns is spending a while,

I : : $40 worth of it will be wasted. 27 managers and 688 tenants. things are coming down,, such as harness Md.Young where left Sunday for Baltimore with her sister, !Mrs. C. B. Brown, of
The farmer who expects the best and all leather goods are 10 he will attend the Lake Butler.S. .
per Manufacturers
work of his farm animate: and at the . off. & Merchants Association
\ cent Collar pads are now 75c, which M. Johns was a business visitorto
same time feeds them weevil infested FI..oemall Statistics. wuz $1.00. Seems all iron stuff still this week. will be in session there Lake Butler Saturday.

corn; is making a poor calculation. AnA It has been estimated by a scientist keeps up but you can buy gun shells will purchase While his in Baltimore he Mr. and Mrs. Tierce Crews have

that la a lifetime of 70 years a man there, semi smokeless kind fur 90c a merchandise. spring stock of gone to Jacksonville to make their

TONIC trows nails which, If It were possible box and the* smokeless kind fur $1.15, Mrs. Ovcrstrect home.

I Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores to preserve thorn uncut, would roach and Crescent Saws fur $3.50 to $7.00. ed relatives in and children visit Maude Crews spent Sunday with

Aitpirui only as told in each pack Energy: and Vitality by Purifying and the li,nvthi, e' 7 feet a l.vh..., If things had been as high as they !Mrs. William Starke Addison Tuesday. Pearl and Eunice McKinney, of New

sge of gminiM* flavor Tablets of Aspirin.Tlxn Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its art' now don't see how I and Josefus i is spending a few of Tampa River
you will bo following the direction) strengthening Invigorating effect see how U. S. Government Warns Farmers could ever got a fit out but supposed her days at the home of Gerald Adkins has returned home
I mother
Mrs. .
sad Jonage worked out by phyiici.n* About Disease Caused by Rats we'd figured it out some Louise Lowery. after visit
way. a in South Florida.
It brings color to the cheeks and bow Joe Marc
during 21 years, and safe bv million They bubonic of Starke visited
proved -
carry plague, fatal to (Continued Next Week rela Services .
w *. Take no chuncu with substitute. it Improves the appetite, you will then human beings. They carry foot and ) tives in Lawtey Sunday. I at Long Bridge every second

11 you Ice the Ilayor Croat on tablets, appreciate Its true ionic vahie. I mouth disease, which is fatal to stock. No Warms In Healthy ChildAll -- Unless the strawberries suffer a I Sunday. Everybody come.

bide you can llna4neknNeuralgia take th"11withllnt, Rheumatism fear for i i Grove Tasteless chUl: Tonic is. simply They kill chickens, eat grain cause children troubled with Worm have an un be set back from cold weather, we will)] Habitual Constipation cured

ftaraahx, Tuotliurlu1'' Ltitnlwgo and forpkin. Iron and Quinine suspended ID syrup. So di'struc-tlon of property. If you have healthy color,wlikh Indicate poor bluod.end aa a In shipping to the northern markets In 14 toll Days
Handy tin 00""' ., of twelve tablet! pleasant even children like It. The blood I rats RAT SNAP will kill them. Cremates rule l.KOVtS. there I. more or less stomach disturbance. a few days. A number of qua/rts "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a speciaiif-

root taw tents. J>riipRUt: .* nlwi ."lllnrg.1' need QUININE to Purify it and IRON to rats after killing themleavesno lot tweet TAS1ELESS three week CHILL.. will TONIC enrich given nnuUuly / prepuredSyrup Tonlc-L xa' ve for Habitual
nock agonAspirin J t R the trade murk of Enrich it. Destroys Malarial and the blood Constipation. It relieves but
germs 1 smell. Comes in cakes, ready for Improvt tbedlgentloasud act a.a general Strength Piles Cured In 6 to 14 promptly
i{yer Manufacture, of Monoaurdcwldegtor ( Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating | use. 8 sizes, 35c, 6So, $1.25. Sold and ening'Tonic to the whole.'.tem. Nature will then DniMliit of (Salicylic., ...1 t, throw off or dtapul/ the I : OINTMENT fnlli induce and
& Effect. 75e.'r worma and... .Cblld will be ninirItthlna.. lilinit niiivlinnof I regular action. Stimulates!
guaranteed D. C. Jones .
by Starke. 1 I Protruding
lit perfect beal"' Pleasant tit >' "' ."M" ,, Pllra.I .
to take. TSc pw. hoWe :i *' 1 Mn* Vil" and you *in .' Emulates./ Very Pleasant to Tak. 60c
4 .
J : ,;,' ; per) bottle.

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JANUARY 14. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. !STARKE.' FLORIDA PAGK SEVEN-

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I of Alachua county Butler High School.Mr. above named defendant T. Canh I. Wm. johnson e..blr of the ...I"* named -
Mrs. II. D.
May
BOR UNIONS ACCOUNTABLE GOIIAUUEE HAS DEFINITE I. CREWS. t I bank do aolemnly. swear that the above *taternent .
ANTI-TRUST LAWS PLAN KERARU1NR STATE was shopping in Hampton Satur and Mrs. Holland Odom of l-T-6t-t-4- Riteclal. ) Mauler In Chancery.. I la true to the liet of my. knowledge, and
UNDER Jacksonville returned home after a belief.
fOAl DEPARTMENT WORKP. J
day.Mr .and Mrs. D. L. Bugg, of Jacksonville pleasant visit with) Mr. and Mrs. F. Hereby .. ."FHI. HAL. W. J. Jp Cor.tI.t' Wm. JOHNSOV.''"""".

lira Engaging? In "Gmnpiracy inKretraint were guests of her parents P. Odom. ..0..11\ ) of Bradford County.. FI. W. TOWNSEND .;.
K. Van Valkenburgh secretaryof ot hat writ of F.. BROWN
jc ., of Trade." the Florida State Automobile Association Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jones Sunday.II. Dr. and Mr*. J. M. Mann and son execution .1 vIru
B. Wiggins and family, who have Howard, spent several day with and aeal I of the Clerk. of the (I"ul Cur worn t..fu"me thle Cthdy
desires, through the columns of D"M..d County.,. Florida f.vr of 1921
friends week. January
Branford this
: j Labor unions! or their members are of this member paper to assure for several years been resident of at J.m. 1..n.l.. 1.1.lntl.) and agalnnt H. CHAS. H. RFO18TFR.
Starke Monday. !Misses Alberta and Lola Iticlling A. an A. Shaver Com- }
I Hampton moved to fh..r. "din. I. Notary
ecounttble .under the anti-trust laws the thousands of members of his organization the wet'k-enj with their parentsat p.n dpr.nd.., on th. day. of November. . l'uhle ;'j
"normalnd They have many friends at Hampton spent .,A. r). ii
here they depart from their ; that the road situation in 19)9, I have 1e\led upon and will BANK STATEMENT

legitimate object and engage/ in. 'lorida' Is very promising today "as who regret to give them up. The Providence, olTer for nale, ,.and, wi. ..1] to the hlgheat nrpor of the condition of the Ijawtcy. Slat :;
and bent bldl for .b front of IS.tourthow. .
!Mr. Turner of New River was at
realizing that our 1.awt-y. In the of at
actual combination or conspiracy' of Hampton people .. door In ,., t.nk. .I fl. 'Io.ll.
result of the seating a great; man l"dfo.d .01. f
1..k.
restraint of trade." the supreme In the governor's chair.In loss is Sturke's gain wish them success tending/ business here Saturday. 1"lo.II.) on Monday. th. ,. F.b.... .1. of lu.lnR. =I. SI, 1120. .'l' '

'' and happiness. Math Roberts of Five Mile, was a 1021. during the, legal hour of .. ., on real) eatate _.._ _..._.. 6.1C60IIxiann
held in opinion which tt 1.0. u
liFt an on 'I''I'eddpd a conference with Governor liar- visitor here Sunday. the f.no..ln. d..rlb ixtmonal property, in collateral neeurity. other .t

six to three. Mr. Heiberger of Brooklyn was a towit. real) __..__...________ 8.1 71 fl'th.n
dee the day following; his inauguration; ,-.......-..-... On. l.n cutter ninety. I..u.metal banketa. ll __ ? ..

1 The court reversed lower court de- I Mr. Van Valkenburgh was informedof visitor here Monday.D. To Stop a Cough Quick about Iv. lb..nd Qu.r '.0.. about 70< o..d.rl All .th. .....00_____dl..ounl u.u_._._u.__ 20.71.01. I .i

8 dismissing the application of certain promising plans for the future W. Moore of Theressa was attending .arton poundn .f and about) .Iul bean. tbounand.. paper l'n.t.d. II... bond* -------. .-' 4.06000 I )(
'\ business here Saturday. take UA YES' HEALING HONEY a lOt .! b..u. furniture 1.lu.-- ?.901 I.S7
Printing Press I to 1..kln.
t M5\ e Duplex Company of toad building in Florida and J. EI'I'EnqON. .1 eatate ._.______ IRS ft 1:11
medicine Oth.
1.1i1 Battle Creek Mich., for an injunc- in presenting the case of the automobile P. M. Geiger of Theressa was attending cough healing the Inflamed which and stop irritated the cough tissue by 1-7-61-2-4- 8h.01..f f..dfor Cunt,. Fla Pile_ from Incorporated liank -.-.-- 1.11128_ :

business of'M' to business matters here last ", ". --------------- a,0.P
''JJj., on> restraining: agents association versus the "Messed A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SILLS PAID BV COUNTY COMMIIIIONFHt Caah n...0 c.hand ____.____....____... 4.4Mn.01 '
e International' Association of MaAOThinists up State Road Department" the secretary Tuesday.Dr. SALVE fur Chest Cold. Head Cold and Ceneral r. .,

:: ; from continuing: a so-called was assured that the tangle Wills, of Starke was attending Ooup Is enclosed with bottle of Amanda Thomaa. pauper ..__...__. 1000 Total -?_ .__._.__.__.-.-____ __ 10,008.1
every 1
Mr* I) M. McKnlglit da _. _.._.__ 801Naliry labllltlra
I.. ' ; jj$econdary boycott. This was dcscrib- would shortly be straightened out to professional business here on HAYES HEALING HONEY. The jialve Connor do ......._...-..__.___ a.oo< Capital ...k paid In ...._.___.... 16,00000

l ,,ti''.__ by tfie court as "a combination not along lines which would be suitable Monday.Mrs. should be rubbed on the chest and throat Martha Rlgg do .._.._.__.____?. a.18 I'ndivliled I.nl leaa eximnac and i
I 1 I \ Bowden of Macon Ga., who of children suffering from a Cold or Group. U L Ilagan do __........_.__... 161 IN,,.. ,..il) . .-__..__.___. 849.14 t tIndlvldu.1
Mt >erely to restrain from dealing; with to the best welfare of the whole state.
,
)' I.).,. Hunter do ...'_n____....._. 4 0r'llnaheth < d"I.I. .ul.j.t t check.. 2.701 28 .
,$ '(Complainant? or to advise or by peaceflul Gov.. lIardee said hn'! expected to has been visiting friends and relatives The: healing effect: of '::irb"h'; : Honey la- : Hauler do -__u___....... 401 Time .f ..._ __ 1.025.0)Cabier'
here for several weeks returned to aide the. Ihroal combined heellul eneot ofC.rove Warren Kemey. do ._____.._._....... S.01AITIe check outstanding .____ 107.ItSatlnga
i4 means to persuade complainant'stomers keep in touch with the Florida State O-l'en-Trate Salve through the pom ofthe Scott do ______.........__..___ sos( d..p..11 _u... _.__._ 10.N201.6Total
.' to refrain (primary boy Automobile of which he her home Saturday. akin earn nlopn s couth. __._ .
$ Association b.. Clark do .__ .......... roe
Both ...mNt....are packed la one carton and the __ ___.___.__ __ .__ .
'iott exercise coercive Hannah Ilarrln do .._._.........._.. S 61 -- 50.50314Stale
but
f ) to pres- is a member and that he would expect Miss Eva Williams left Saturday of the. .
I Boat combined treatment I.iSo. Martha Wtlklnnnn do -_____.._.__._ 801 of Florida County. of Bradford. .. I
W..ure;(L upon such customers actual androspective this organization to help Mm ina I for South Florida where she has accepted Just ask your druggist for IIAYESHEALING W, N New.mane do ...._.........__ 6 OfMra. I. J. W. harbor, eanhler of the above-named]

|*, in order to cause them.to great many ways. Secretary Van I a position as. teacher.Mr HONEY. Nora Itawllna do ....._..._.... 1.11) hank do aolemnly) wear that the above atate-
r i Hunan Kelley do _,_.._...._........ mont I true t Hi* bent of my knowledge andbelief.
.j'' ithhold or withdraw patronage from Valkenburgh promised him that this .and Mrs. H. II. Bruner, of Erie Martha) Ratlin dn ................... 1- 0( .

\ mplainant through fear of loss or help and support would be always Pa., are guests at the Houser House FINANCIAL STATEMENT John Wright do -....?......_.._.... 6:0( J. W. DARnER
!irI should with Financial ntatoment of the Imnrd of Itondtrunteea Wade Wynn do __................ 401 Correct- t.I' Canhler
'j' mage to themselves they forthcoming. this week. They are delighted of Special Hoad and Bridge nlntrlct J. C. Box do ______--._-.. _...__... ( F. OODWIN. S
;1' leal with it." the fresh vegetables lovely flowers Number One. Bradford ('..unl,.. Florida cnv .1. fl. Wllliaini) do --..,....,.....?.. B OfFrvln I. H. HILL,
ij Labor leaders of prominence declin- MILLER and warm sunshine which! Florida affords erlnit prriod from July 16, 1W20. t Dec. 81. : Hlgglnbntham do -..__.-._... 6 OfNewmann J. L. I rFIL D.I. 6th
1920. Children) do ._...._..___.. SOn Subscribed and aworn .t. ,
'.18d to comment on the decision of the and expect to spend several Keceipta Martha McDonald do ..._........__.. 2 oil day. of January, ml. ,

From Krnrat Amos Alice Bryant. do ..__ ............__ JAB. T. MOORF.N.t.
court which is the first to be given onJ'what weeks here. comptroller, tax redemption -- I .
Miller Jan. 14.-J. W. Parrish was .__.__.. E. ___ ._. / l'ubl.)
..__..__._ 60 Byrd do _.____.._. (
President Gompers of the American -I a business visitor to Lake Butler Sat C. H. Perry and family left Tues Prom II. M. Howling, tax collector .._.10 0 40 I.. < Mel>'In do _.........._........ 4.11
Federation of Labor has described I urday. day for North Carolina. They expectto From I. M. llnwllnit. tax collector .__ e4& US ('.Ih.rln. Crowe do _........__.... 4 0(1Mnrgant ( NOTICI OF ITO'KnOUnml MEETING
Prom M. Dowllnv. tax collector ._. II. RolMrta do ._-- I. nigular annual
.h
as "labor's bill of rights. At the Miss Virgie Thomas, of DunneUon.Is return to Hampton next fall. From Ernent Amon eomperollvr tax redemption & Willie Martin do ______..nH.111111 l.t. N.Uce meeting of the "kbold..of the .I.1)

of the International As- __ _.__.__ ___ ._ ___ .lark dn ............ .
,headquarters visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rev. D. M. Douglass, of Maitland -? ? .16 N.tl. ........ '.11 ..f .1 held I'. .knl r.m. I.
sedation of Machinists it was said From K. W. llayea. tax eciloetor1424.55 :).,. ".. do ................... 8.01( .1..k., on d'I 18. 11)21.
Roland Thomas.B. preached at the Baptist church Sun Mary T. do ................. Oi at 7i iSO l p. m. to elect board of directorSfor
'that all the officers were out of town. E. Brown made a business trip to day morning/ and evening.' Total ---------------------------8422.2$ Tom do .................. 6:p( th. on..ln. and t..n..t ueh 00.
7r Immunity from prosecution waslela1med m.hu..n.! I Mra. Sarah Rlgdon do ___..._....... 6 ( Iulnmaa .. may J..r. twfor. them.OKO .
.\ Jacksonville Saturday.J. J. E. Stephens and family left Tues Rank of Starke pay. .! ______.__. 91.00 Kate CtilMna do _______--...._._..__ n P C WHITE. p.
:)' : for the agents of the unionIi B. Crawford of Jacksonville day for Nashville Ga. This family ieo A Gardiner road work __.____ ".00 Kale' Frailer do _u________....._'_I. I 015Ilanfler 1-7-St. Caahler.flTATFMKNT .
section six of the Clayton act several of last week with while W T McLvrr road work -u____.__ I.PO Jerry John. do __. ._......__...... S .
: :Ifnder spent days had been here only a short yet I. J Wynn. road .__..,_________. 1.0 Ilyal do _____ __.....-., ._ & P
k"'hich sets forth that the "labor of a his parents Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Craw they had made many friends who regretted W T McEvor road work _____._ 1.0 M. M. Iludnun do ___........._._.-.-... 8.00 OP OWNrRKIIIP. MAN AGE
'ftfcuman\\ being is not an article or com- I to them leave. l 3 Wynn road work ._._.______ 11.50 Carrie) Albert Jo -------.1------------- son MKNT. F1C.: KMIUIKrtl: : SIT AC"
Ii, of It also ford.Mrs. see Koon Huilire road work .___________. 6.00 Hell Cntrell do"I: : :::: 600 cnNr.KFHH or. AUG.' n. mi.
,l'JnoditY commerce. was con- T. H. Waters spent a day last Mrs. B. C. Williams is spending this ''hom.Mill road work 1.0 Jilhua, BnrkowlU do __- .- .. 6 Of Bradford Count T..h. publlehedweekly
: during the course of the litii. week with her daughter Mrs. Russell week with friends and relatives at L WIlson. road work .__..... !*!>.ROConnurm Agncn Howard do __--.-_____-_-..--_-_ 7..PI 60 .l Htarke, .'I..ld., fur O".r 1.
1 that under section 20 of the Lumtwr Co road work .-_ 002H Ih..dr.O Co legraibn ) notlcee. 000 1 .
; Parrish of Dukes.J. Lake Butler.A. 0 Hnyr mad work ....-.?.-.___. S.46 eo. Gardiner Innatitly 1..1. Cnrlton I Hint of 1..1,1. C."n. of Ir..f.r. as.Ilmfrr.
Indrd! statute the courts were specifi L. Brown was a visitor. to Jacksonville A. McDonald has returned to David .on.hrldire work ......._ 14.84 Dr. j. C. Will))* do _.____._.__._____ *n Public. .nd) ) th S.,
from granting injunc- Town wtcy. CO per cent road and I>r F I. Bigg ito .._._.___ ___._ __ 200 .late and county. .fo..ld. iicmonally appeared
.
'1J last week. Hampton after several weeks spent in hrliUre Inx ....-______._.- 14800 W llnlnden do Uh_ ._u_____._. I E. 8. MatthewS I.uln. been duly
;:J such as that for which applicant Roland Thomas made a trip to South Florida.Mr. Town of llitmpton 60 per cent road and W J KIIH:, | .mon do ,__ _..____h_ .P worn according to law di>|"i"e* aaya Ti-l that.
'' was made. bridge tax _,___.,_ 180.U limo.A Hrdimr annanlty. K Kit _._ ) h. I In the owner of the Bradford County: -
of
!\ Worthington Springs; Saturday. and Mrs. Lynn Alexander Town of Starke KO per cent road and Ilr l .1 C Will do _.____ _______._ 1.04 0..1. all)) Hint the followlnv) I.. t the heel
y
.r: .. After setting forth in great detail Murray Thomas spent part of last Waldo were visiting at the home of hrldire tax S1e.2eL Ir l V: L lii,, do ._.______ ____n. 1.0P. "n".I.d. und bell, ?. t. .t..m.n'.r

..e scope of the injunction which the week with relatives in Jacksonville. his brother W. B. Alexander Sun H Hill road work _.- 411.00) W W Balnden do _.__ _________ ion th. ....n..hl', munwioimint of thu. mton.
, '"'court the opinion T II Edwanln bmW". work ............ 7.& W J Ffiiernon: | do ,._..-____..____ 876 nnld) ,.), for th. date nhown .tiov i
|: held should issue Charlie Crawford of Lake Butler Wm. Crvwa road work __..._._......__ M..M V I"kl.lioune rent election _.__ 600 Piililli.hrr. F. R M.tlh.wn. 8t.rk. 1'1.
warded the complainant reimburse- visited his father H. G. Crawford day.Dr.. W. E. Middloton of Starke was Itrown A I..n. lumber ___...__...... 94. 9ronnumera .w Co .e.O hook en Judge _____.. 6M 60 Pdltor. K. M.tthrw.. (H>rk., 1'1. Bt.rk..
Matthews,
for all costs in the Co. lumber __-..-__. 70.29TonHumern W l . ,- dlnrharge* Xiwliinw munniror, I. 8.
'* jnent supreme last week. attending to professional business in Lumlier Co.hatilimr ...._ S 00 K John .or. ?....._.___.._____ 1.2 FinThnl
> jjeourt! and in the two lower courts. Prof. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes spent Hampton Sunday.P. Bradford County. Telegraph printing, _. 8000) P .A Knight aupvr reg ._._______.... 000 the ownrr ..l lK .
"1 Special facts in the case should (I W Brown road and bridge work ____ 62.60 W T Weekn month clerk\ and ..udlt.., I US.00 A. M.lth,'w.. milii owner, RUrk. Flu.Ihnt ,
the week-end at Bradford. E. Griffin of Jacksonville was Henry' llrown, bridge work .._........ 1660 N I) Walnwrlgh advane. anaraaor 10000) the known lionilholdrm, mnrtKftflw c-
c )lave been considered by the court Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeples made a the guest of his parents here Saturday C M MrKlnney bridge material _...... 17.H6 .I.hn Mack janitor ____.tl_._________ 88 00 and other tmurlty. 1..lde. .r.i
the dissenting opinion signed by Jus- business trip to Worthington Springs Sunday. W E Torode nail -.....?-.___- 840 WT Weekn m.kln..t elate cert _.__ 6 00 **"'".
held and Wll Divan road work ..-....-_-..__. 160 Flllntt-Flnher: (' typewriter rlbbona .. 4 60 T.. B. MATTHFW8.
Ftlces Brandeis Holmes and Clark I Saturday. v Master Eugene Henry who has been 0 T Nelnon) hnulinir n.?.._....._ 860 F I I ee ___--....____.......... 1800 Sworn und milinrllx-d bvfor m* thllo
"j adding; that these would have shown Wilbur Brownand sisters Misses the guest of his uncle in Philadelphia A A Durden nuppllca) _,-_..... 24.K4 Jone wo refund lloenae .._on 6(1( 00 II day of flmamtwr. 192))).
acts complained
Mabel and Pearle spent Sunday with for several weeks returned home Sat W T McEver .d .-_....__ 8600 Harold I".r.n.premium __ 276 Real) I'ubl.
in reality a part of the strike inaugu friends in Columbia county. urday.S. I. J Wynn road work ___ _?..,.?. 7H.00 City I,Ight W.I.., l.ht water ...... 82.40 My. eomniliwlnn iplrM J.n. 14. IMS.
.......... .60 W W Ilalnden .. ... __ -
rated by the union in the 'principal made to C M McKlnney bridge work 21 flint ) dip 10 00
Olson Thomas a' trip over M. Toney of Alachua was the
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Hank of Stark rolla 7971 flrk. I'hone Co phone rent ... .. 866 FOR :
,plant, of the Duplex Company. Worthington last week. guest of his parents, .Mr. and Mrs.J. Town of rJ'.lo |mr e'i-'c-; /01 fUlh.) work on Jail _.----__..--- I.PO) ORI.EI KliiU- I.UATINI F.lnhtH
.__ _____ 19000 .......___ CII,1 . .
The defendants the dissenting; justices Sebron Dukes was among the visitors E. Toney Saturday and Sunday. bridge tax -- M"lphu. pauper 8.00 Uradford County In clinn-
J O ": r.d work _._. 1600 W J rppemon: 1 day .I.h ._n' 400 Clrult.
said were obviously pursuing a to Lake Butler last week. L J :1101"0. work -.__.,..-.__-_ EH.74 Drew Iti'ddlah do and mi.b..O_._..... 640) eu?. Graham
''course' which would injure the complainant LAKE IJUTLTR J C Alvaref bridge work .._...... 406If Jim Reynold di. _.____.--....___..._ I.o IaMira Weed Complainant. S
"were not doing it K WhltliAJl bridge work 14:60 (! V Brooka do __.......____.....__ I
but they GERMANS UNDERBIDDING ENGLISH C E Ah..... clerk AuguMt 41 &'Ct'tn. W Have. com tax collector ._....... 1111C v
maliciously and the unions did not induce AND AMERICANSA Lake Butler Jan. 14.-Brady Rosier her _.... ......_,_......_... 20.00 M John drawing contract ........ 7.60 Wllll Henry Oraham rtvftrndant. I
to break his contract road work _........_ 80) .60 I apni.nd to the
any employe has accepted work with the Tom- fI..t o.m. klL, Prlnon rarm road work.._. 7446h' Total ......__. ____._...___--... 7B6I1B I apprarlnir by abnv.'atat.d affidavit that Wll
the
f or engage in violence. dispatch from London to the linson-Maines drug store. M Norman road work ........._u_ LOS T Ihiwllng) 1 day,. com and mileage._ .20 fIled In Graham. th. drfnndant e.u.therein tiam.rd .
} Recounting the history of the case Ledger visit Andernon llarnage road work ......... 8.76 J M Brownlee d,. I dnya ..-_ ._.____ R.HOW Hit Ilimrr non-rnldrnt of the eta). of
Philadelphia : Dr. Roberts is
says away on a Vlis, Lary[ No".n road work .-__....... 6 00 i Knpernon, 1 day. with board .--.. 4.00 I. and I. F.rld.)
. the minority justices said there were "American officials were informed week. Iludley. lleddlnh road work _--__.____ 160 H I' Oalnoy d" .- ____.______ _n MOO( .nd) hln .Id.n.. In unk.own... In .
at the time only four plants making today that both American and British Sheriff Epperson .and Deputy Bais- 1 M Keddith road work .___________. 1600 H I Wllllamn do ._.. ...__ HBO domed an. of that t.ont.n.aalil y ..I dnfcndanl th..ro.I. and..
r Alvaren rond work and team hire n..rl do __?.._._____..___ 14 HO nn-.ld.n. to thn hill of
212' Q
,large printing presses and between locomotive works recently lost several den of Starke motored. to Lake Butler fI B Canon bridge work ,___- 2.00 T W..k .," .. .____._.. 80 Oil( In h..I, required fll.d In paId"I"a maOn or before
1909! and 1913 the union succeeded in large orders on the continent to ] Tuesday. failure Cr Monday
..__....__. W Aids ___ ... ._ ))
establishing their demands as to labor their German competitors. Mins Norma Dekle visited her parents Than.Smiwr Edward road road work 6.26 .1 I .u. 8.11 cillM.rwI.o the alleiiatlonn of nald bill. will b
.
drfnndntil.It
conditions in three of these only "German manufacturers underbidthe Mr. and Mrs. P. 1' Dekle of T B "d.Fd.d.d work w..k.__ 260 Toll _.n. __ .._ ___.._._______ 08.no taken I..further eonfmm-d onlured by > .ll that ordor ba

the Duplex company holding out. A Americans and British from 15 to Five Mile for the week-end. J (! Walern road work _..... S.2 Fin. and Forfeiture Fund d onca. a week for .l.th.connecutlv*
J I C Wllllamn) ) road work _.... ; l>r J C WIN ..xhv.lclnn .. ____._ 4 17lermo llrxlfiird ,. atiewelaper
strike was called in that plant. the 18 per cent and promised delivery Miss Lucile Varnes spent the weekend IA J McKlnney. Jr road work t.60 ( Mfg Co jo. fttant' _..___.___ 'Jan.HI weekn In t.. In paid County county T.I..raph.. and alato.

other manufacturers having served ; within 11 months. The British and with her mother Mrs. \C. L. 1 C Craw road work ....-.*.-.---- 760 tao A Cardlner uprrnl .. Rivera In.o T,,,. u .ull.hol. m 0. I
W J ___. ..__ .. .
Itrown at Ixmii ..... ._ 77 F..n. r'inl .lint W. T. WEEKS.
i notice that they could not be held to American firms were handicapped by Varnes of Johnstown.Rev. R T Onteon lun.br- ._.__..... I.& W J '.".," ficd a prlnonera .--_- 9.76W Clerk ('Ireitit
their agreement so long as an import- the refusal of bankers to finance the Warren Coffin, Ted and Margaret M I' Matheny,,..lumbar _....... 1." W Ilalnden wanhlng at j.1 __n____ 100 (IB.1 ) D y C. A. KNIGhT. ur
. 4 II out. This strike p. T Ahernethy. road and bnd. work. 229) HU W W Balndan guard at Jail __...____ 4n.1 Deputy Clark.
. I ant competitor stayed deals. Smith, of Johnstown attended V Androu . ... .. 460 W W 1.I.d.n loan for Jail ______._ 7 NO
.' was "supplemented" by the activitiesof : "The Germans succceeded by obtaining church at Lake Butler! Sunday even lord Cfnrage .. ...uu.._ .. ...__.. 1.MOB lea A . .. Pearlle Altman _. 2 1(1 I.. 31. KNIGhT.for Complainant. 2-at-10t.8-4

the unions in other places the minority orders on a part payment plan R Matthewa.Klngnley. lake road fund 12460It W J EVpemnn do .. .__.-._...__....__ 860Oeo ) _ BiillclUir_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,
ing.The Burrowa ... ) ........ ._._. H.70 A (.anllner .. Knvlrl Smith _.. S Id
/ contended but these did not and because of the difference in exchange W. C. T. U. will render a program A J GrIST' ..101.and latior .- 11.79 W J Flppepion: do. ___._ ._n___.____ 1060H N01ICB .
constitute "a secondary boycott." and cost of labor took orders at the Baptist church Sunday Domcnllc I'low Co"truck body -._,- 61.60 Johna witneaa __ __.. ____.. ._ 1.70 In County J ud".'. Court, 11..dfor County.
: Jamea IlorUHby bridge) work ...-. 460 ire A (. cane "I'earlle Altman I 011( '
valued at $10,000,000 from Englishand evening. Everybody invited. hord (>arafre ) oil ........ 11.28 W J F"'H'.n. do .............______ 878 Vn'rei Admlnl.I..tu. of Ett of C. I
.ln.
( NEGRO ALLEGED COULDN'T American firms." E. L. Crosby of Brooker was a Bank of ft.h. pay. ..nt .t.." .. S"O.1 limo A rane Kuhy. Cronby _.__ 200 Mlnon.Hereby. n..o.
c Bank of lord truck Smith W J Fpnerenn do .___ __._._. 1286Mr CITATION
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VOTE, WIRES THAT liE DID Germany has the advantage' of low guest of S. S. Proctor and family on J C Alvarea team hire .F_I_... S.JBfleo McOIII ilo ,.-______._.....______ 0Oeorgla notliw I. irlvnn an provided by. law
cost of labor and the co-operation of Tuesday.Mrs. C White clerk Oot _ 1000 F,iperon do _. _____ __.__ 2 n Anna Iliin. rltarka. I'lu.d., (widow of C.
: i Clark Shown Gotham'sMeddlers bankers wholly J C Alvaret hal on team hire --._...-_ 1.60 Fllnalieth Townacnd do .... _____.. 2 A. MI.o.l. I.u"onl. l"m. Tort I ennud.I'liirlila .
Representative the and the W. and -
C Armstrong daughter
government W Not,),. lumht- __ 8700 lea A Oardfner e..llnnry. Rivera '_ 8 67 ) (ilauIlto'r of d. .' I Theo Law. .
Lied OutrightThe foreign to the conditions which Miss Laurel visited in Jacksonville C.n''mo.I Lbr (0 lumber and nalle.-) 21." W J Fnnemon dn .._ --_ _.______-- ".n VI..lnl. Avenue. Tampa. f'I..id. (dnuuhwrof 4
American business have to face. J Cnnava aalary. Oebthcr) ._._ 1)4.15 W J Kruieraon: .ln. _._..._______ t.00 di.eawd) I Wm. llryan and F. A. Hoolt.
men Saturday.A. J .Canova Camp Joh..n .- 6.00 W W ) .. _.__.._.___ .__ 1.00 each til II.rk., Florida lel.lmln. ponnnniiliinof
national association for the Here the government; seems bent on T. Carter of Johnstown motored J F tanova: .salary).01.Nova ......,....... 12600 T P W.I 1.1..01..r __n.. ____u____.. 100H .". ... Ilrk... llradfordoourily.
, ', advancement of colored people was repressing and suppressing business here Friday. n.. C Whi. el..k Nov .-._-.___ 10.00N F I.r.: rtn _______n___._____ I 00 ..r I. .) I to . .I them -v.vrally .
B and chalk ._.. 4..t Henry do ._.__ ____ 1.00) an 1.ln. .I of the parthM h.vln. ornlalmlnii
denounced by Representative Clark of progress and our financial leaders >Iiss Jessie Mae Colson left Wed ford Oarage gaiinllnii, oil In..>. W I..wn) -__'_ "__ '_u.n'__"- ... 100) any lumneniiliin. rl.hl title. or Int.
.1. I
,, Florida. as being composed of "med, have never co.operated with business nesday morning for Jacksonville and R flurrowa nanollne oil .up.I.) ..._... 6.98 I F Miner do _ ..... .._ ISO rut In or to the I.nr .. ilunarlbed. or
I the German bank Bank of l Htarke pay ..1. ._ 44280 Connor: do __. .___'_ ... tOn any part .. 'h.t Anna Mlnon aa adtnlnlNtratrlx .
dling fussing persons working on development as have will enter a business college there. A. A tlurden member 1".1 tnwtaweef W T Weekn cont appeal, cane Klvern 800 of the eatate of the aald C. A.

ignorant negroes of the South." i ers. With all of its unspeakable brutality We will miss this young lady from enMHi -, -__ -.-_ IB.00 (Ion A Onrdlfier cane I.ym.nc Jacknon 2 00 Ml mm. deceaned died In thin court her
f who made charges before in its lust for loot Germany W H Andrew Jr member of )hoaril true W J Fppnrnon do ... .... .__'_"_ (160)) petition In writing duly ...llo under oath
Persons war and our midst but wish her lurC'eSIl.Miss .
I teen expenne* ----------------.d. 20.00 leo A Gardiner Will Moore) _.__.. DOw aa provided liy. law and therin and therebyprayn
the house census committee that negroes I knew how to develop its business Idole Linscy of Trenton is J do..____________n ___ 60O that an order be made by thla eovrtwmpowerliiH
were prevented from voting in I interests through its great bank- visiting relatives in town this week. Total' .-?.__-..6118.09Kerapltelatlen hw, A F'.n. ... John Jonea n_ II' and authorlalnv her .aald admliilntralrln _
W J __..--.. ____n.._.. I860 to ponaeaalon of .In realtwtate
Florida were described by Mr. Clark i in gintercsts.-Manufacturers Record. Mrs. P. P. Dekle and children spent July mao) on hand------..244080 W W J..n 1.1..n 0. _.. ________.. ._ Ion anneta) tke. .ll for .th purpoae
1.1120 .t. .. .... ..__ .__ ___.___._ .
as "New York negroes; who are feast Sunday guest of Mrs. T. J. Dekle. To -- .1422.2.I' ''W J Eppcraon clo u 100 of nelllne: the name to pay Lh"1.1 of aalddecedent .
dlnhumementa ... ,.__. which paid real aid petition
ing and fattening on the honest negroes HAMPTON Preston Williams of New River, Dec. 81. 1UZO t ama), on hand ........SI..OO. 19.41( Total' .-_ ._.____ ___ &01.8 I. dtiaerlbed an fullown.I.t
of the South." I motored to Lake Butler Saturday.The WMowa I'nmlnn Fund Lot numlier 'I'wo and North Halt of lot
.
Representatives of the society who Hampton Jan. 14.-C. A. Rahtne of O. E. S. held its regular meeting eflthIFV'I5 543.31HerrO.y Mrs* .II.) Blaokwelder Lou Vamea ..._________._.__._ _. 1000 1400Mr Thn-e, In to/.. Town Three of'In Htarka Unvln, Florida ai Truby'naddition aa.

made similar charges "have never Ocala was the guest of his mother Tuesday afternoon in the Masonic nherlff n.U. I. given that County I. W. Florida.ijndrr J. Enpnrnon Mr* Mollle Kirk. ._. ....___ .._.____ S 0(1Mr ( .how. by the map or plat of aalit sub-dIal.l .

: done a thing that has not injured the Mrs. Rah me, last Saturday and Sun hall. and by viru.o I..dfo. eertaln writ of Jonephlne C Crew McNenl.__ ._._n____._.______. _. 6 800Mr (MlHonor I.n Bradford. County.In. the Florldn public whimS reeorda of said.

negroes of the South" the Florida Rev. Armstrong filled his appointment execution ... .ut of and .nd.. th hand Mggle _____.._ __. 1000 Ituated In Htark. Ilradford I.nd .
f day.Mr. and ama) of the Clerk of th* Circuit Cur of ,Irw.lnl ______ ._______ 1000) ounlJ. Pld.
said "and their actions and Mrs. L. C. Mrs.J. Mm l> J Ch .. I I. further repreaentad
the church
Sunday ,
at Baptist
representative Carpenter Bradford County on I .
4h _.__
.Io.td o.nu.. l.ln.le Hhadd _. _._.___ _.-. MOO the beloneTlntf said
property to
have made for racial clashes. They Mullady Misses Beryl and LeonaMullady morning and evening. There will be 19JI, In favor of F.m.nd. M.Mr Mary Jane Kite .___..___uu linn ratal I. personal Innuniclent pay the Inilebtednen
themselves in good motored to Starke last Sun services next Sunday morning and agaInst H A. Shaver and K.1 C. HutchInnon Mra Mail* __ ._._..____n.. 12 '00 of said catate and that.It to to aell
as :
seek only to keep no defendant 1 have levied upon and Mm Martha o.hn. ._......____... 800 neaaanary.
Jobs and are not really interested in Rev. Armstrong will be at Crystal wt offer for aale and will nell to the high- Mm R I. Pean ..._ .._. ..___n___ 1600Mm .Id. realental In order t pay aald Indebtednenn. -
day.Misses and bent for canh In front of th ._......_ ____ 200(1
the welfare of the negro.; Ethel Hunt and Maggie River. hdI. Bradford llonenn Punmark u Now therefore, and each of you hereinbefore
Btarke.
". ._ .__ .1
eurhou. .. .._._ 1000Ix.ta ) )
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Presenting; further denial before the Maxwell who are attending the high Mr. and Mm.! Tomasella and family: .n Monday. the 7th day of February, Alma' "' McMII.n I ___-.-____-_-___ 1000Mra ) named . al other ... Inter
u. eated In said ,
and A D. 921, during: the legal hour of ..1.. .rl.h ,0 ._ .____. .___._ 100Mra ) the or any .. thereof
census committee that Florida elec school in Starke spent Saturday have rented the home of Mrs. B. P. the deacrlbed penonal property, Ola Oraham --_- hereby. .. ..m..nd.d. to apimar .fu. 'b.u.d..I.nO .

tion officers had abridged/ the rightsof Sunday with their parents at Hamp Wilson and have moved there. tw f"llln. '::1.M.I.. ., Hill Henln. _n.n__. _._ ____._ 1600Mra 10.nl r.unt Juilue .or his .

negroes to vote Representative ton.Mrs. D. W. Borum spent the week-end machine flat about top desk 400 .on. JU.rulh, 600 adding to.mato I.Mnnle Tompblna .________....___ 20.40 e.urhou.oi. In l.aru., County B..or, Florida County.. at th

, Clark presented a telegram from Benjamin Brannen and daughter with his family. e.t. about one hundred nackn" of lime. Total . __ __ ..______ .. o'cl'Kk a. ., .0 th d.Fl.
Mayor Martin of Jacksonville declarIng of Jacksonville have recently II .F. Printer spent Monday with two nlLnt of aoda. and 100 potiada n.n IJ.OI February, A. l>. 1921.. t . I any
of bee of you or either of you, have, why, aaldpetition
that no negroes were deprived of been the guests of her mother, Mrs. his family. o.W.. J. KPPFRSON. BANK STATEMENT nhould not be .rnt

"\ the vote there on Nov. 2, and another M. E. Manire. Messrs. Crawford and Brooks of l-7-Bt-2-4 Sheriff of I.a.o County., Fla. Report of th*at condition of. th. Farmer the Stateof 4kpralera County Wilma. the of .. Ce. A. G.rln.r.
flank ,
i from J. Seth Hill a negro physician Mrs. C. E. Harper who has been Providence motored to Lake Butler MAHTKH'H- -BALr Florida, at th I..k..). of hunlnena pec. 81). tinder th ou..) of 1.lord Oo.n.t.County.thl December'I.rld.

I stating that he voted on election day. visiting relatives and friends in Leak. Monday. N"U. I I. hereby. given that uniutr and by 11120. Jflth at Btarke, FIOd

election laws yule Miss. for several week, returned Forrest of Five Mile was virtue of a final decree of foreeloaure made Itaaourril.oana < .
Mr. Clark said Florida's Drawdy Judge on real _-___._.--- --_ 11.111.8 County Judica for Ilradford County. Florida)
B. A. .tl
and rendered by lIon .
wer fair and were justly administer- to her home here Monday. in town trading Tuesday. nf the Circuit of Thr.br. forllradford l.oan 0 .. enaurlty. other (Official. Heal) J2-ftt.tt-l.2ll,
r.ur _. __.____. 7.64172
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real ealate .
than
'ed and read a telegram: from the sufpervlsor The Baptist Ladies Aid Society met Marcus Dekle of Five Mile wuvI81t1nA' Clnl,, th* 6th day of January. A other and __. (III 1

of Orange countY stating at the home of Mrs. A. A. Durden relatives here Monday. 1921 .. J. T. Reave ....pl..ln..n\. I 1..01.___ dl..unl._______'.__ 8.aIS.OH NOTICE OP GUARDIAN CAl E .,
, and J. H. K.ll.y. I. K. K.n. .I..f'. .uun_.___ .______ 4.26000Hanking Thirty daya after hereof I. undertinned -
,tile negro over whom the Ocoee race last Tuesday. Officers for the ensuing Oscar Rimes of Worthington was acy. B J K.U. A C I B liureh.neorg ... fixture h Guardian d.L M.ri. th. Collie

/clash occurred Nov. 2, was not a qual- year were elected as follows: transacting business in Lake Butler *Bterrleke". and' Harriett Ida J. k.I.,, his baa wife.wife.J. Other real" ." fu.nlu.e.._u_.._______.-__ .000.1"241U ( . Eva Green Effle 0.0 Curtln 'ireen;
J.
... and Anna Green heir uf II K.Parmcnter. ,
Hfieir. } voter Mrs A. A. Durden president. Saturday.T. and F. K. Kelley. are defendant I. A. B pue from Incorporated bankn 41.0/71115) 1..1 will apply. to* the Hon.orahle .
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m Representative Sears, also of Flor- Mrs. W. B. Alexander vice presi H. Rimes of Miller was in town Crewa, Special Mnnter following In Chancery dencrtbed: have land lev.led nltuated -- Check('..h on and hand xrhangatoo_..____.Ir.rn.).____ 1.2U.t. County.. .urine. of Hradfurd Counfv.

. ida' denial of the dent. selling beef Saturday.A. upon the towltlBouthweet "Inld.) for an order t sell at prv.le ..1.
entered general Florida .
a In Bradford county .
Total __.___ __ _,, ___,. I a one-flfty-fourth undlvld.d of
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quarter.Northwent 1.4t.l'U.hllt
Northeant -
'accusation against his state declarfing Miss Emma Hicks Secretary.Mrs. E. Proctor spent Wednesday in Quarter of said minor hi lh following flcncrlbrd land

c there wan no discrimination in : M. L. Watterson, treasurer. Sapp. Quarter of fu..t of Uuarter.Southeant Capital atork ..-__"..__ "- 8,00000rliirpliM .lu.t and belna- Ilradfurd) County. Florida,
: North Half of Northeant quarter 1,00 ._... ._____
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4,60000
fund 'owll
Mrs. Juar-
Bedenbaugh and returnedto of Nortlieant
Schell has .
W. Thelma half
.lorida against the negro.Florida Mrs. J. Miss Qu.r s South Quarternf Undivided profit (km andtaxea Twenty-four ((24)) In S"I." Thirty.two .
in. giving the negro ev*>rytight K. B. Watterson program committee.Mrs. her work at Bronksville after several SoC .. Qu..r' Soalhwiat Quarter of paid) .._..__.xp.n._____.____ 1180.08Dividend ((52)), and East Half of .. Heventeen
Quarter) ___ __.__. __ ) ((17)). In Section Townnhlp
conferred upon him bv the conTKtitutlon C. E. Harper Mrs. Mary Wat- weeks vacation. uthw.Norh..t lu..r, all I in _ton 23, Townahlp deponlta unpaid ._ check--. .7.8a7.no 160000Individual Five (6). 8 Kanice Thirty-one Twenty-two. (Sit (321 1 pasl.aerordlng : .

Representative Clark told terson and Mrs. Lottie Watterson sick Misses Ada and Julia Register returned .. ., ,.e the Twenty court and door will In Tim. certificate* of nuhject deponlt t_ _._._ 27.000.552CaahIcr'a to map and plate of Woodlawn .
( I committee. last Friday evening from a .)) Lh. before hU. betweenth checkn outatandlng ..___. 205.555 recorded 'office of clerk of the Circuit Court
_ the house. $ .. Bradford County F".I. ____ .
__ . 90.B14 U County,
81. D.df..d
,. 7th Saving u--- rl. FI..d.
|"We are not going to have negro i Much Interest was shown in the visit with relatives in South Carolina. legal hour of nal on .. th andpay d..lt lb 17th day. of '. 1"2D
adjourned to meet Mills day of February. A D. 1921 t .tf, I ______ ._ ___ .217.417.1 W. CM EN.
, domination in Florida Mr. Clark as- work and they on Ada Register has accepted a said final deere*. fee l. Bald Total -_ -
of State of Florida, Count of Ml U-n-et-13-1. Guardian for Aforesaid Mmun
rteeL next Tuesday. position a* teacher with the Lake property t b aold the J"prJ h B..dfor.



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tr' AGE FOUR BRADFORD CpUNTY TELEGRAPH ST.\RKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14. 192=

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!Bradford tion list soon swelled to more than itll of various claim, who were taken on ranges iulta61e"Uvlng'oondltloiis, fcelps-feet and is of suc11,quality as to le ;!
} County Telegraph former bulk. DO YOU the government payroll at the start collect evidence and supply facts to the valuable for use In (making concrete 1

__ __ -._ .__. ,___ _.__n. .. Our latest departure, that of raising -, of the v'ar. in the rush to get war Board, assists In "appealing: cases" and The bed of the bay la far as invest! i,
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Tr l'r\r.tliih Weekly, and entered a. eecclans the price to $2 per year has by : CATCH COLD clerical help are scheduled to thin the settles various personal difficulties for gated; seems to offer a splendid foun- t
most of our readers been considered' rank of the Federal force here. the men. The workers also follow up ration for the propped bridge and the
.1O.tt mtttrr at the ixmt-offlc .t 4
as both proper and reasonable. These Maintenance of government bureausat and aid all men who, discontinue train- limestone rock dis. very may prove
Starke. Florida. days when farm products and labor' near war strength two years after valuab3.]). { '
EASILY? Ing.The
..I r-- _. =--==-=- =C=-. are so well) paid for, the little matterof the armistice, it arousing heated out- Red Cross agents find men "lost"to

r.. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner., 50 cents distributed over 52 weeks, bursts in Congress, and the new president the Board, help clear up delayed With more thanfme hundred firms J.

) .. is really not worth talking about. YOUR VITALITY LOW-RESISTANCE and his cabinet will cooperatewith cases and aid the college counselors ID represented and fl'0,000 barrels of f/

One town the Florida East Coast I Sometimes we hear the assertion WEAK congress in establishing greater their friendly work with the men. rosin pledged for ;'port sales exclusively ?
on Allandale and I that "the paper isn't worth $2 per efficiency and co-ordinating many Many Red Cross chapters hnve set up the Atlantic and Gulf Export :
named
railway Hallandale.is It is presumed that another year." IB: would require a Solomonto YOU NEED PEPTOMANGANRICH. branches now loosely directed. recreation faculties, rind In some Instances Co., Inc., was foripd at a meeting of it;
say what the intrinsic value of the Nearly 80,000 men and women are living clubs so them victimsof more than thirty toresentative naval It.'
the station ascertain whetheror I
agents really is, but it would not be STRENfIf- still holding Jobs in government bu- war may have attractive surroundings -
( paper RED BLOOD TO stores exporters,!Lctors and
ticket for of thesetowns opera
,, not buyers any and the fun which must with .
hard to that It is worth : ccaus:, here, nearly double the go
:rt" English before they be prove many EN YOU AND PUT YOU ON pre-war tors. The com pan is capitalized at
can ,
are effective school 'ork.
!: sure that the correct tickets are Ia.t times the price paid. A newspaper ,I YOUR FEET-ABLE TO force. The present administration has two million dollar*and has been incorporated -
To the American Red Cross Institute
. publisher is the only business man RESIST COLDS made no scerlous efforts to bring under! laws of Florida.
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,s sued. who "gives something for nothing." I many of the bureaus back to a peace for the Blindnear Baltimore, Md. Jacksonville will b headquarters for
more than half of all the Aml'rlcansbUnded
"The rouged and powdered girl is Your system normally healthy time basis. to the World War have conic the corporation ant offices will be es-
a product- man's demand," Bays an GOOD TIMES AHEAD .1 should never catch cold. Your bodyis Fully 25,000 employes will be drop for training The Institute through tablished at once.
and further :
IK'V reductions will be
ped
exchange. Not on your life, brother. adjusted to take care of sudden th. Red Cross, long ego ('(conducted ;
I.: changes in the weather.It made gradually. Various bureaus doing ( NOTICE OF Ar MCAlOKOR" TAX DEED
the
"Lingering sweetness, long drawn Bradford county begins new exhaustive Industrial survey to determine SFCTH'
UNDER 75. OF
in THE
the work localities
same scattered
out" will not follow a kiss that smears year under better auspices than ever is when you are run down and the vocations for which blind GENERAL STATUTES
;your lips with nasty rouge. (But now before. The farmers are well sup your vitality is low that your body about Washington will be mergedand men could be fitted. As s result It Ii Hereby, nntlra l I. .g\\"> that B. E. Brown.purehaHpr .
: plied'with goods becoming cannot adjust itself. Then you take the forces reduced, without reducing well Trained I of tax Mb! certificate numberedrMIMKtlvrly
,; we will have Col. Bob Davis after us) provisions, are patting forth men equipped 19 and sued. I
'\' cheaper, labor more easy to cold. efficiency. to meet the social, civic and England is her relations with Ireland be had and at lower wages, and the If you keep your blood in good con- Departure of such a large number noroIc requirements of their respective| I Icclllmunltlell . bring iat"Auvu.t 5th. 1(DIS, and
dition with of red from Washington in the near future ., hat fili the' last plenty corpusclesyou .
is in the same fix as the farmer experience garnered during him made. am>1lcatlon .r tax deed to iuue. laI
who had picked up an armful of hay,, few years which made close planning will be strong and your body will will partially solve a deplorable hous- I I accordance with law.
then discovered that there was a rattlesnake necessary, will prove very valuable. easily adjust itself to sudden changes. ing situation here. It will also be a Aid for Spanish Red Cross. j!: Said certifluteseetively, embrarea. the

inside. He would gladly' We therefore expect to see bigger You will throw off the cold germs blow to the rent gouge, who has flourished The Iherlan chapter of the Amorlost I I j'I B.following..-...... at land the rial In Bedford'the. luunnce County of Florid.tueb.

have dropped the hay, but did not dare crops than ever before of corn, pind- that go flying into the air when someone I with but little restraint, and Rod Cross composed of Americans! 'I certificate In thetnnre. reffprctively. here.Innftcr .

'I to, fearing that the reptile would bite ers, rice, potatoes and cane. Seed with a cold sneezes. pocketed in high rents a largo proportion resident' In Spain has lust" cont rllmte i' Certificate particularly No. 10 eflracce a forth Bouthwmt to-wltt Quarter
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him if he did cane Is very plentiful, and we hope Red blooded men, women and children of the average war worker's ,,$480 to a fund being rained I hv: tin nf Southeast Quaer.. &... 2li" Tp 6, 8.
i m B M_ MHKI MIA : that the cano crop of 1921 will be so eat well. They have plenty of earnings. Spanish lied Cross and the tA'lIJoe o R IS F.. 40 acrn No. ,68 aiiwd nbrarea J .C.South Ca..ela l lCrrtlfleato
Half of
clerk in the tax assessor's officeat heavy till it will cause capitalists to energy. They go along with a smile Red Cross Societies': for the put pc.s 0 Poulhwert Quarter ofNorthvaat. Quarter and
Miami has discovered that certain "sit up and take notice" and decideto because they feel right. fighting malaria Northwmt Quarter Southemut. Quark and
Rant Half of North. Quarter
of
, Southwest
government buildings in the Magic establish a sugar factory withinour Try Pepto-Mangan, the successful AMERICANS ABROADIN ---. - - i- Qu, rtur. R..... 17 Tp 8. R. Jg E., 80 B.....,
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City are on private property and has borders. tonic. It is a wonderful blood build- A surveying crew at work upon the -axed?..Martin maid eartifltea Malfln.Unli hell be redeemed

; filed homestead entry on the tract Our roads, though far from what er. Take it for a while till you feel projected line of the Gandy bridge, according to law. ',ta dned will imiue thereonon .
f! containing the buildings!: and which is they should be, are now being worked I right RED CROSS WORKUnited the. 14th day of f.ruary. A. D. 1921. ,
across Old Tampa bay, has discovereda Witnre amy offfoia 4iirnature and seal tbU.
I j' said to be worth nearly million dol- under the very best system yet devised Pepto-Mangan is widely. and heartily the 18th day of Janury, A. D. 19J1\
lars. The claimant be correct, bed of limestone rock in the middleof 1-.* I. W. ALDERMAN,
may and the beds as well as the bridges: endorsed by physicians. It is ef-
I I 1'- but he knows nothing about govern are constantly] being Improved. The fective and easy to take. 'It is prepared States Citizens Far Away limestone the bay. It is claimed that the Seal Clerk 1> Circuit (Gou Jy Bradford C A, KNIGHT County Fla.
extends
'; ment red tape and delays, or he would general use of heavy auto trucks has in both liquid or tablet form. for thousands of 1-14-61-2-11 ,9))' Deputy Clerk.
U"I I I let it alone. Among other things!) he made more substantial roads and The medicinal properties are the same Enthusiastic Members of the"Fourteenth"

will leave his children on his demise I bridges imperative. We hope the Sold at- any drug store. But be Division. .LS--larruaa.ta.... ') .
,: 1 will b. a claim on the government. time is not'far distant when .Bradford sure you get the genuine PeptoMangan
!I, : county wihave\ hard roads. -"Gude's." Ask for it by name, 3
PATIENCE AND
VI3ON
Governor Ilardec'p Inaugural address : Then, and not sooner, may we expect and be sure the full name, "Gude's Among the most enthusiastic and
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had the true ring. It showed the tourist travel with the settlementthat Pepto-Mangan," is on the package.- energetic members of the AmericanRed
that our governor is well conversant will follow in its wake; for while Adv. Cross those citizens of' the Link Patience with Vision work the twain ouble harness

'i ;t with the status of Florida and the our roads are much better than their United States are who live'outside tbe and they will in the end emerge triumphant fxn: "the crashof

needs of the state. One may also read reputation, as long as the road maps MANY WILL LOSE THEIR JOBS continental boundaries of their country systems and the wreck of

; between the lines that he intends to designate them as "poor to fair" and IN CAPITAL -sons end daughters of the Stare and Vision and Patience stand as a constait nuke to those

I,,: I do all he can to further the state's "very poor to poor," strangers are Stripes residing at the. far corners or who are in much too great a hurry. Haste r&ces for waste.
prosperity and remedy existing-evils.w not going to risk being stuck fast in
r Washington, Jan. 12.-This town of the earth. That is expecially true, as far as the problemarising out of
'p'. A governor can be a peanut politician, derness.what they believe is a howling wil government job holders ii making These people compose tbe Insular our social relations arc concerned. And, In tis connection

? limiting his endeavors to the punishIng ready for the inaugural. And it ia go- and Foreign Division of the parent organization it would probably be found that social probms never pre-
of his enemies and of
rewarding Starke'a vnumber 01 commerce is ing to be the most spectacular generally known as the sent national crisis unless
i :ll his friends he be immense
\ or can an getting into
working trim and "Fourteenth" Division
which bas
I we a new president the has
country who are in a hurry to do somethis .other.
I very great or
for good. Cary E. Hardee
power confidently hope it will be the means known for Jurisdiction of all territory outside
: I promises to belong to the latter clas of bringing settlers and industries into The grand many slash moons.in red I the country proper; that la, Alaska Patience and vision are wise. They know:nat it is not so
government
j sification- the county. We understand that tape and personnel as soon as WarrenG. Porto Rico, Hawaii, Virgin Islands, the much by reason of being served as it is by scrag that human

the other incorporated towns of the larding takes over the reins is the Philippines, Guam and even tbe Island creatures are brought into normal communil relations with
l'l't'd [ WHERE IS THE A. L! county will soon have boards of trade next big event on the calendar., of Yap, wblch came under our their fellows. Therein lies the secret of Commcty Service as it

also, and all these bodies and the Petty Waf'workers, thousands of flag a* a result of the world war. For is now conceived. It is not so much that thresh Community

We learn more and more about the Farmers Union working together: the year 1920 this division reported Service the individual is ministered to as its that through
" t', United States as the years roll by. should be able to do much for the government 80,808 paid up members. Community Service the individual rninistn to the com

tl. We had known, for instance, that the county's material and moral advance ing their way back to the comfortable The main object of this division Is munity. \\ .
11 II state of Minnesota la famous for its ment. Tractors and modern lighting firesides they left when they came to to give our citizens everywhere the opportunity Community.Service. organized by Patloa and Vision
&,: flour mills, pipe stone quarry and the systems which are taking hold among Washington to help win the to participate In the work constitutes door. ,
war. an open Through that dot the individualcan
c i !' source of the Mississippi. Now we the farmers, will\ do much to eradi- Other thousands including clerks of the organization which stand for
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I the town of Lamberton within its provincialism which has hitherto doneso SELL-FOR CASH ONLY In far places Intensely loyal and patriotic order to unite those who may be < prejudice, by
F'' borders. And Lamberton is about to much to retard settlement. Everything treasure their membership In passion by misunderstanding, it is only rtcssary to unite
it the Red Cross as the outward expression them in a common objective. Those who
"(.. become famous on account of the points toward a prosperousyear Business conditions make 'it necessary working for the
"Star" published there. ahead. to economize in every possibleway of tbelr citizenship. It U another same end cannot forever continue working hint; each other.

: .. L,' : f The Telegraph has received a recent in the management of my store, tie to the homeland and to Community Service has in'our time Cite to
number of that paper, and gathers "BENNY'S POOL" and as one means of reducing expenses this each other. Then are chapters of both an Organization and for an Idea. Ain! stand
division In
;' 'i from it that the banks and busily I have decided to place my business Brazil Canal zone, Chile Argentine, China, Bolivia, Costa Community Service has back of it this ::!COmmunity: '
ness men there are so afraid of offending Editor Telegraph-Please inform on a strictly cash basis. This Service is the medium through which the rodents of
Rica Cuba, Dominican Republic, a com-
i the pro-German element till me of the location and peculiarities of will save bookkeeping, 'time for collecting
-
'. Ecuador England France, Guam, munity get together and truly become mere of it, with a
they have instituted a boycott against Benny's Pool so much talked about.- and an occasional loss, thus real interest in
Guatemala consequent
Haiti
Hawaii Honduras Community
I rell-being
i I', the Star, an American paper, both as Fishermen.; placing me in a better position to give and pros
Japan, Msnchurla,'Netherlands, Nlca- perity! stability. "
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to advertising and and Answer-The location of customers JM
the benefit
subscription Benny's my of the low-
t rtgua: Paraguay, Peru Philippines Can the be
to kill it out have imported two proGcrn1an pool is known to only a few, ho have est possible prices on clothing, shoes, Porto thing done? Not over nWxtwrhaps, Not by
. :. j, papers, who are given all the been sworn not to reveal it. It is an and men's furnishing. Switzerland Rico, Siberia.Syria, Turkey Spain,, Uruguay Sweden, day after tomorrow, or even by next month But, in the end-

\ patronage. Those who are under ob. excellent body of water for fishing, : After January ISth, I will sell no Venezuela and Virgin Islands: Patience and.Vision both answer for it..
I I ligations to the business men and the none but big bass being caught thereat more goods on credit. In making this During the war these scattered )1,
1 I. banks have also been compelled to least every big bass is said to announcement I wish to say that my members of the Ret Cross contributed W
boycott the Star. come from there. As to its other pe- action is not caused by any lack of millions In money, and millions .:.
;. .The editor devotes the entire'space culiarities, a study of the relief map appreciation of those who have favored of dollars' worth of necessary articles .. ..
I
I}V of the number in question to giving of it in the Consumer's Lumber Co's me with their accounts in the far the men In service, and sent many 4.
Ii ''d'' the weak-knred "American" business window causes us to draw the follow past, but the step is taken simply to 4ctora and nurses to France. At the .

x ,f" men hall Columbia. With a martyr's ing conclusions: It has a very wide, reduce expenses and help me to adjust lame time they carried on an excellent SlDRE
:"" r ,. cry he relates how one night his enemies clean beach, which shows that the wa- my business to changed condi- Home Service In their respective HULL'S

,J' smeared the front of his office ter level must fluctuate a great deal- tions.I communities for the families of those }
\ I,. building with essence of skunk. lie and'this accounts for the great lIum'ber solicit! a continuance of the pat' I who had gone to war, and In some re- .
r t. dwells with gusto on an which of fish. The pool being small of all friends "
j episode very ronage my old., and customers Clons gave large sums of money and
I r took place in Jacksonville, Florida, a -about 100 yards across on the aver- and will\ strive. to give them Immeasurable personal service to the Not the cheapest of everytbg: but the

''t '.. short time ago. Ye editor appears to age-it is soon "fished out. Then the the best goods for the least money. relief of disaster and disease victims. very best at the lowest price:
i be a 100-percent American, and we water leaves the pool entirely and Yours very truly, The division Is now establishing ;
I i, advise him to move to an American goes down after another supply of fish l-7-2t. J. M. ALVAREZ. service clubs In foreign ports for the The finest fresh tomatoes;t
I It ;,.' state, Florida, for: instance. A* the The pool bring thus dry periodically benefit of sailors In the American Merchant be had in the
I "American" business men he mentions has caused the belief that it exists Marine, making plans to aid U. S. A., at this season. IB
" !r answer to such names as Otto only in the imagination of certain Americana la trouble In foreign lands }: ",

f':'' s'' Schmidt, Kluegel, Stelnhauser Sahr, fishermen. But anyone conversant and completing arrangement for c'v' Specialfor SaturdaylrldeSugar
r and so on, his case appears to be hopeless with the strict veracity of fishermen X A Tonic tag Immediate adequate relief In case
as long as he stays in Lamberton. should know that what they say may .f disaster. j' 1
j". It looks as though the fire under the be taken for gospel truth. It 1s the Fourteenth Division's part 9c :;
"melting pot" in Minnesota needed X For Women"I In the great Peace Time program of per pound .

I 'r stirring op.TWO. ENJOYABLE OCCASION the American Red Cross. i ;


I DOLLARS A YEAR Last Friday -night at the. home of WU hardly able to drag, I X I RED CROSS ASSISTS Fresh Fruits, F r Groceries "'

t Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon quite a was weakened.," write Mrs. .. \; ,
I When the Telegraph!: first made its number of young people enjoyed the W. P. Ray, of Easley, S. C. X DISABLED VETERANS Garden Seed Seed d Oats
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I in 1879 and for several
I appearance cane grinding. Those present were The doctortreated me for about J "
i years afterwards, the subscription Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mott Misses Vi- two months itlll I didn't The American Red Cross Is carrying Seed
eel
+; price was $2 per year It was by many virete Floyd, Katie Bell Green, Leila X any better. 1 had large family en a wide program of service for the Rye 'f; ,
considered so ch.. >( they Sapp. Adine
ap Jiat won- Watson, Nellie Mott, Ed- disabled World War veterans receiving 'J'wArmour's
dered how Col. Moorelhe ith and and felt I surely must do 1 :
publisher, Rosa Moore, Aim, Gloria Syn- X treatment In United States Public
could' Kft along on such a low rate. da Crawford, Johnnie Rimes, Mebal, something to enable me to take Health hospitals, and those being train Fertilizer the knd that: makes crops. ; '
At that time a farmer received from and Pearl Reddish, Ida Warren Mes care of my little ones. I bad ed through agencies of tbe Federal Tennessee
t 4 to I 5 cents a pound for cotton in the era Earl Whitten, O. G. Smith Eustis beard of Board for Vocational Education.In I White Corii,Oa,, Bran, Cotton /

seed and if he had any corn to sell, Tyson, Brady Rosier, of Raiford, Carl each of the Public Health Service seed Meal, Hay, Short | Scratch ;
60 to 75 cents per barrel. Sweet potatoes Johns, Levy Canova, Roddie Crosby, hospitals Red Cross workers devote Feed, Cot.
25 cents pt'r bushel, syrup 30 Arthur Rigdon!: of Jacksonville Lon- X i! their time to the general welfare of ton Seed Hulls. ..fjK d : "

. to 40 cents a gallon and eggs; 12 to nee Crawford Harry ('.allova, G. L. XX CARDUITha the service men from the day they )

., 25 cents a dozen. A farm laborer received Sapp, Cbarlcy Cooper, Carl Sapp, XX X i! enter tbe receiving ward until they Hardware, Crockery knd! Enameled! ware. ffI;
:i 50 cents and two meals a day, Clyde and Fred Mott, Ray Newsom, are discharged After tbe soldier's dls- 1.
or 75 cents if he boarded himself. On Nelson Green. charge the Red Cross continues Its Crate material of lljkn&) See us for !

i the other hand dry goods cost more -X Woman's Tonic friendly service through Ui e Home anything you want.
i' than now and some food products Miss Lula Carter, of St. Louis, Mo., Service Section In his own community J
more. A box of matches was I 6) cents has returned to the home of her aunt The Red Cross maintains a convalescent !
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b and a can of inferior milk 25 I) cents; Mrs. Chas Mills, and has entered the, "I decided to try It, continue X bouse at all of th. hospitals,
.' '. cheese was 50 to CO cents a pound and B. II. S."The. Mrs. Kay: . "I took XX where patients can amuse themselves! N. B. HU .:.. prop.

I a spool of thread 10 cents. Yet Under eight bottles In all . I regained XX X after they are well enough, te be up
such circumstances the Telegraph '. Worst my strength and have and around Parties and picture shows I.

t. .. was considered cheap at $2 per year, I.i. The Farmer' Bent Enemy-nata.l had no more trouble with womanly In the wards are also furnished, with Asa. -
it though compared with the Telegraphof Rat Snap. weakness. I have fen X occasional excursions when convalescence .

.. today, it was a sorry paper. These are the words of James Baxter children and am able to do an comes. -
Later, through cut-throat competi- N J.: "Ever since I tried RAT any: housework and a tot outdoors Oreat service has !been rendered ky .. -

: tion, the paper was reduced in price SNAP I have always kept it in the . I can sore t:commend the Red Cross la mental cases In Identifying GENERAL
Anally to $1 a year. In 1914, when : house. Never fails. Used about S3.00 CarduL" these ,.1Ie have appeared instate INSURANCE
;f the ever rising cost of living made it worth of RAT SNAP a year and figure hospitals fir the Insane, and help
imperative, the subscription Take Cardid It Inc them secure compensation HAROLD! (
price was it saves me $300 in chicks, eggs today say due from 9.WALL
raised to $1.50 per year. This was and feed. RAT SNAP is convenient, ke lust what ycnl need. the Bureau .f War r.tak Insurance.In .

protested against and many refused just break up cake, no mixing with At an druggists. X th. Federal Board's various district STARKEI '
to pay the price. But they found that other food. 3 sizes, S5c 65c, $1.25. offices the tell Cross worker, act- ,* FlORIDA .

they could not well get along without Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones, B.H ing with the Home Service 'Section, FIRE, LIFE, BONDS
,r the paper, and the emaciated subscrlpr Starke.-Adv.. makes<<: l DC<'6811.TJ.tolt8! fc>.t&t peen..!r AUTOMOBILE"'If

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FRIDAY JANUARY 14, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. "
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perience, who will see that the pa- try and overseas, going to Ocala several 'j years experience as members thereof. ,tivator. J, F, Bennett, Lake But
(f trons. of the store have first class service yearn ago from Lake. Butler. 'tr I! Captain llillman was appointed as a ler, Fla. 1-14-41.. '

member when the department was organized
Bits of Local Piles Cured la 6 to 14" Days In 1915 and served four years FOR SALE-Florida runner seed peanuts .
Until lately tneie nave peen several DruiUlot refund mane' If PAZO OINTMENT fall 'I retiring 1919, and was succeeded 4 cents; White Spanish,, 5 .
f empty residences in Starke. Now to limtntl cure lu.hin milrvit J A. UUnd Itching 91cvdlnaorPnerudhuiPar, HIM. and you car j j by L. C. Register, of Jasper, who sereled cents per pound, f. o. b. Lake Park,
Information they are all occupied_t least all u.tlul: lie,

thoso fit to live in. This necessarily 1 Holt of White 'Springs, who was removed & Son, Lake I'ark, Ga. 12-17-8t
causes a demand for more houses GOVERNOR ASKS CONVICT IN-:\/ and A. J. Johnson, of Perry,
6.. .w/y On .arts. 7vAwa aril Strangers are coming to Starke at a !SPPECTOKS FOR RESIGNATIONS appointed. Mr. Smith wan secretary WANTED-Cypress blocks, 8 1-2 feet
twe w w :._.. .- T_ great rate and will continue to come I Hof the department from the time of long, 7 to 16 inches diameter; must i

if they can find house room. Now lethe Tallahassee, Jan. 12.-The secretary i i its creation until the reorganizationunder lIe solid and straight grain; white

.. .. .. time to build rental, houses and to the governor, M. L. Dawson, the act of the 1919 session of I 'cypress preferred. Will pay $7 per
start something going. today gave out the following state the legislature. cord laid down on our wharf Cooper $
L. A. Davis, Jr., spent Monday in J. B. Kelly, of Madison, and to be ment: I & Snellgrove, Starke. 12-Sl-tf.
P, Jacksonville present at the marriage of her niece, I, .. 1
Miss C. P. Lewis and family, of High "The governor has requested< the #"
Delous Kelly, which was an FOR RENT-In Watrroak section 1 i :
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:Mrs. J. T, Wills spent Sunday with event of January 12th. lands, Wisconsin, are newcomers to resignation of the convict inspectorsof mile east of Heilbronn Springs, 20
|.j''t i her children at Waldo.C. Starke and will make their home herein the state. He feels that there are rENT-A-WORn acre farm, good buildings and wire I 1',.
the future. Mr. Lewis has bought more convict inspectors now in the
Will have plenty of Florida and N. fences. Will rent one year for $50 .'
C. Tatum of Jacksonville the J. B. Rhoden place about one mile service than are necessary and has requested f ....
spent C. few cash Address L. A. Davis, Tallahassee
peanut seed in a days. J. F.
north of the city limits. The I their resignations in order to
I': the week-end here with friends.A Kickliter. purchase UCOLUMNlJ Fla. 12-31-31* ,
It. ;
i was made through G. M. Tnman, reorgapize the service, and expectsto
few doses 666 break a cold. local representative of the E. A. use fewer in number. I might also
Miss Anna Canova left Thursday for Strout Farm Agency, add that the law authorizing the appointment I FOR SALE-One FOR SALE-N. C. or Florida Runner 1.
Douglasss good mulch cow. A. seed peanuts. We offer for prompt '
Ga., where she will visit of convict inspectors makes
Col. J. E. Futch made
business H. Green Starke
a Fla. 17tf.
and cash with
order
acceptance the
trip to Jacksonville Friday afternoon.Mrs. at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mrs J. R. Davis went to Jackson their tenure of office at the pleasure of I 1 ..__ .- N. C. or Florida Runner seed .
Judge and Mrs. W. P. Ward. Miss Ca ville last week to see her nephew, the governor" | FOR SALE-A good peanuts
heavy farm
nova will also at $1. per bushel ((4c per Ib)
J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville, in Atlanta visit and friends and relatives George Hoffman, who had just return There are at present your convict horse. II. L. Stevenson, Starke, Fla put up in new sacks f. o. b. Lowell,
is a guest of her sister, Mrs. W. L. Fitzgerald.. ed from a long voyage on the West inspectors in the state, each of whom l-7-4t Fla. It. T Hall Co., Lowell, Fla.
Wall. To Hembry, a merchant ship of the draws a salary of 1,500 annually, and 1.7-tf.
prevent a cold take 666. American Shipping Co. In ten months traveling expenses. They are H. W LOST-Waterman's Ideal Fountainpen

Miss Erma Anderson, of Jackson and thirteen days this ship made a Raiford, Raiford; C. W. Cuon, Jock- No. 18, No. 8 point, heavy stub. FOR SALE;: CHEAP-One fireproof
ville Misses Eunice Perkins Mabel and circle of the world. The sonvillel B. E. Raysor Lowell! B. B.
complete ship
was a guest Tuesday of Mrs. ; Return to J .L. Peck, Starke. It. snfe8 inches high, 82 inches wldo
I J. R. Davis Pearl Reddish, Jessie May Baisden is now loading with steel and cotton Blitch, of Marianna. I Inches
and 26 deep. Inside compartments
and Warren Perkins were among and will leave port Sunday for Liverpool FOR SALE Big type Poland China have one metal inside
Fresh those from Starke who attended the Glasgow and other points. Mr. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT REORGANIZED 1 I
tomatoes at Hull's. hogs, bred to son of Herlong's Big I private safe, twojjriyate! drawers,
cane home grinding: l Hr. Adam Green's Hoffman is mate on the West Hem BY GOV. HARDER Model. See M. F. Brown; at Abstract nine pigeon holes, one book case 9

George Hoffman, of Jacksonville, Monday night. bry. office, Starke. 114tf. by 16 inches, and one book case 15 '
spent Wednesday and Thursday with Resignations or oid'Members Accepted by 20 inches, also one Champion
his aunt, Mrs. J. R. Davis. A. S. Strickland, of Kin sley, now CRAWFORD-ALVAREZ and Successors Appointed FOR SALE-No, 1 cypress mingles accountant register. W. II. Griffin 3
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has
an auto truck and is enabled to Tallahassee Jan. $7.50 thousand primes, >$6 '
12.Announcement per ; per Hampton, Fla. 1-LI-2t.
Mrs. L. E. Roberts and baby, of carry cross ties and wood to Starke, Sunday afternoon, Jan. 2nd, at 6 was made this afternoon that thousand. J. C, ,Crews,' Guilford,
Jacksonville, were guests this week which could not have been done witha o'clock, a quiet home wedding was Governor Hardee today accepted the Fla. ; lo-1-tf. .AGENT WANTED-Lady or gentleman A,
1 of her sisterln-law, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. profit if animal traction had been solemnized at the country home of resignation of four of the members of agent wanted in the city of

.' used. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Alvarez, of Rising the state road department, the appointment CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for Starke to seal the genuine J. R.
To break a cold take 6GC. 2-11 when they gave their daughter, of an entirely new membership prices and ship your ties of all Wul king medicines, spices, extracts, .'
Many 'Ifl'lendsIf\: L. W. KicKliter Miss Chester Lee, in marriage to Mr, being announced at the same grades to Cress Manufacturing Co., toilet preparations, etc. AH or spare
Col. D. E. Knight visited Ocala and were glad to hear the first of the week Clayton Crawford, of Jacksonville, time, which was as follows: Jacksonville, Florida. 8-8-20-1"yr. time. A wonderful opportunity to
Gainesville the first part of the week that Governor Ilardee had appointed Rev. Louis Futch officiating.The J. D. Smith, of Marianna, recently get in business for yourself. Write
R on professional business. him as a member of the Bradford bride was dressed in a charm- removed by ex-Governor Catts, was FOR SALE-Good 80 acre farm, good today for free particulars and sam
\ county school board of this district, to ing frock of blue crepe de chino and reinstated as member representingthe pair of mules, two good milch cows, ple. J. It. Watkins Co., 60 Mom
Eggs and. chickens wanted. J. F. succeed L, C. Powell, resigned. never looked lovelier than on her wot- third congressional district, thus one two-horse Buckeye riding cul phis, Tenn. 11/-2t' i

Kickliter. It ding day. automatically removing II. V. Maund, I
Rub-My-Tism relieves Rheumatism, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford left Mon- of Tallahassee, appointed by the former
J. B. Sapp and T. S. ,Williams sent Neuralgia Sprains 2.11.21 day for Jacksonville, where they will governor to succeed Mr. Smith.
off a carload of sweet potatoes Sat- i make their home."CAESAR. The other new members are:
W. G. Brooks was in Starke Wednesday Coca Cola
urday.. ylsiting relatives and trans CLASS" II. W. Clark, of Wall Springs, Hills-
borough county to represent the First
acting business. He ,
has hitherto been
G. Alderman
W. is in Jacksonville congressional district.Oapt. .
attending the convention of clerks of with the Southern Cattle Feeding Co., I 1920 1021 W. J. Hillman, of Live Oak,
I circuit courts of the state. of Green Cove Springs, but was on his B. H. S. to represent the Second congressional
way to Haines City, where he will Motto: "Let Me Read First. Stop, district. in bottles

Strawberries in small quantitiesare make-his future home. Get Verb and Listen." I. E. Schilling, of Miami, to represent I now
being shipped from Stark.almost Pupils: the Fourth congressional district
Miss Ruth Diggs, who has been
Miss Pon Wader Hunt.
every day. Judge H. B. Phillips, of Jacksonville -
spending the mid-winter vacation with
, ,' Auto tops and auto painting. M. her_ parents Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Miss Miss Know Monk It Key All Long.Griffin. The, to appointment represent the of state Captain at large.Hill- 6 all
Diggs left cents at
Saturday for Palmetto,
Leviton, Starke. 1119tf. where she has resumed her work in Miss Miss Fatty Duroc Johns Digs. man and the reinstatement of J. D.
-- -- the school Smit hinsures the department in haying
Dr. E. L. Biggs went to Jackson room. Miss Mike Goodwine. two men who have had severalTo
ville Thursday on professional busi- Mr. He'll Fix It Roberts .
Rev. A. C. Odom, pastor of East Mr. Sweet Daddy Brainbright.
ness. Hill Baptist church, Pensacola, came Mr. Jimpy Canopener. Cure a Cold In One Day I Dealers ,
Wednesday and was the guest of Mr. Mr. Bo Bright Son. Take LAXATIVE!: PROMO QUININE T.blMn ) It
Miss Mabel Reddish went over to top"*the Cough' and Hvedwlte. and worki off the
visit her cousin, Eva Reddish, of Law- and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Mr. Odom's Teacher, Miss I Know All The Men. Cold.; t,W. CKOVE1" signature cm eth Ui... sea
old friends were delighted to see him Prof. Simple Simon Dowling
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Mrs. W. II. Graham went to Atlanta "COPPER PLAT.-: SCRIPT t
Special for Saturday. 9c
Sugar lb.
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first of last week and will be away -
N. B, Hull. The written David
from home some time. "copy" by Rev.
Lander is of the kind the old-time S .
Mrs. A, W. Anderson has sent out called a
Sugar, 9c lor baturday. N. B. Hull. Invitations to a linen shower to be telegraphers "copper plate.
The letters are well formed, even, and
given in honor of Miss Eva Epper the lines perfectly straight. How different Buy What You Need and
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal son's approaching marriage to Mr. to the writings usually considered ,
church next Sunday at 11 a. m. and
Geo. A. Anderson, the shower to take good enough for the printer! If
7:80 p. m. place Friday afternoon, the 21st In lit.. character can be Judged from hand'
from three to five.RubMyTism writing and we should give an opin- Keep Business Moving
O. G. Cooper made a business trip
ion we are afraid we would say more
to Gainesville Sunday afternoon re
cures bruises, cuts,
good things about this modest gentleman
turning home Monday. burns, sores, tetter, etc. 2-11-21 than he would like. We can say,

however that it evinces refinementand
r Miss Josie Hoffman, of Jacksonville Mrs. Ervena Reynolds, of Raleigh: an artistic, temperament. .
i+; spent several days this week with her I N. C., is here visiting her mother,
Handwriting be made fine art
can a The exercise of too much at this time will be almost to
/' aunt, Mrs. J. R. Davis. Mrs Elizabeth Jones As Mrs. Reynolds for nothing can please the better economy sure
eye
,' lived here before her marriageshe than a sheet covered with well-formed result in a return to the high price standards of last year It therefore behooves -

: Mrs. J. M. Barbour, of Clermont, has numbers of old friends who letters, the spacing even and the lines everybody to get themselves into a normal frame of mind and go

,! ant California visit with, left her Monday friend after, Mrs.a pleas E. T. are glad to see her again.J. straight. But it is, alas, almost a lost I ahead buying what they need instead of holding off in the expectation
art. At the present time the art of
) Campbell. Heenan Williams has lately set writing is considered as a cheap tool, f that prices will be still further reduced in the near future. ,.

out about 200 Chinese sand pear trees like an axe or a-pout hole digger, to
666 quickly relieves a cold. between his pecan trees. This kind of be taken up unwillingly when it is During the war heavy exportations to Europe made commodies scarce ,

Frank Davis, of Lake City, is at pear good.is free Tuesday from blight morning and Mr.the fruitis Williams less necessary writers, then heard thrown the uncomplimentary down. If care' in this country and abnormally high prices resulted from the scarcity. High y

the home of his sister, Mrs. G. C. picked 20 qu&rts of strawberriesof words said about them in the prices will always prevail when demand exceeds supply no matter what f ;'

Sweat, and has resumed his studiesin the Missionary variety from his I printing offices, they would indite causes the condition. If the American people stint themselves at this timeto

the Starke school. extensive plantings.John their messages with more care: the extent that mills and factories are forced to close down while reserve -

Miss Minnie Bessent returned to Gary Ennis, well known in linotype P. S.-When man he"bad"solves copy the goes problemby to the stocks are being used up there will shortly be such a scarcity of

Ft. Lauderdale Saturday, after spending Starke, now in his second year at the shutting his eyes, dropping: his goods that prices will soar again. Already many mills are closed down

a few days in Starke with rela University' of Florida at Gainesville, open hand on the keyboard and outcomes and many others are running on short time. If this condition continues
tives. attended the inaugural celebration at
a word as easily understood as stocks will be used in few months and instead of further reduction -
Tallahassee with the university band, the copy, yk'yflk'qffjff! (.). reserve up a
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jones, of San- of which he is a member. The band<< in prices we will find ourselves fare to face with heavy price ad I
ford spent the holidays with his relatives boys returned to Gainesville Thursday HKILBRONN SPPRINGS
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in Starke, returning to his home very enthusiastic over their trip. BOUGHT BY L. A. DAVIS vances.
Sunday.

Mrs. Mary Rauch (nee Mrs. Mary Company Will lie Organized to Put It took four years for prices to reach the high watermark of last year.

Fancy fresh tomatoes. N. B. Hull.! Weeks'of Jacksonville, is in Starke Famous Waters cm the Market We'cannot reasonably expect them to come back down to the pre-war
visiting relatives and friend Mrs.
I. Sloan and family, of White Rauch has acquired the exclusive An important-real estate transfer standard in a few months. The return to old-time price standards will require

Springs, have moved to Starke and right for 16 counties in Florida for took place in Starke Wednesday whenL. time probably several years'and the sooner we recognize this and go
three children have entered the B. H. the Curtis Auxiliary Fuel Mixer, A. Davis, Jr. bought from W.
ahead buying to meet our needs as they arise the better it will be for us,
S. which is claimed to be a very desir- Davis the Heilbronn Springs E'I
able article for automobiles. ty, including the two mineral for if we stint too much at this time we will pay for it later.

Mrs. Angie Sternberg, who has - springs and 80 acres of adjoiningland.
been in Jacksonville with her daughter I.. A. Davis, Jr., has bought of A. And while the re-adjustment is taking place let us all remember thatif

Mrs. R. H. Barbour,' returned to P. Hoffman the Florida Produce Co., A company is now forming; : to put we> are to have a prosperous country all elements must be prosperous.
Starke last week. refrigerator boxes, about 125 in num- the Heilbronn Springs water on the
ber, with the intention of going into market, and it is understood that Mr. "( In other words, we must be willing for the other fellow to )have a living

666 breaks a cold quicker than any the strawberry shipping business the Davis bought the property with the ; chance:
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remedy we know. 2-11 coming season. The refrigerators, understanding that it would be transferred ". *
formerly white, have been, painted to the new corporation just as
need. and all
Better buy now to meet present by means buy from
Mrs. E. T. Campbell accompaniedher green and have had a thorough over soon as it is organized and ready to
friend. Mrs. J. M. Barbour, to hauling. begin operations. Both home and out your home,merchant if he can supply you. If he hasn't in stock what

,Jacksonville Monday, and while in the side capital are to be interested in the you want give him a chance to order it for you. He is the fellow that pays .

city were the guests of Mrs. A. Rein- The Woman's Club will push the new enterprise< and it is believed thatit part of the taxes and helps in every other way to keep things moving
oehl. work of remodeling their new prop will prove a big thing for Starke
'- -- erty on the corner of N. Walnut and and surrounding section.PARRISIMIUNT. along in your home town and county.
Mrs. A. S, Crews left Monday for Jefferson streets. It is the 'general f
an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. opinion that there should be a rest 1

room, community kitchen, club rooms,
auditorium, and a good sized lobby The marriage of Miss Winnie Hunt
Catarrh Can Be Cured where the men of the town may always and Mr. J. G. Parrlsh was a quiet
amid Catarrh I*contltuUon a local dlnoaaa condition greatly '">fl"-n feel at home. event taking place Tuesday night at BANK OF STARKE

therefore by require conntttutlojml treat- I the home of her mother in Ocala.
ment. HAIA/S CATAHRH through>JCJ.hE I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Turner left The bride was reared in Ocala and
ta taken Internally and acts of for Macon Ga., where Mr. Is attractive and
the Blood on the Muroo.: 8urra Sunday a very young woman,
the 8)........ HALLS CAT A R I\H Turner will take a course In pharmacy by her cordial manners has won for Pies
of E. S. MATTHEWS GEO. WHITE Cashier
foundation
MEDICINHJ dt""l'POI ,
the "1_ gives the plltI"nt strength *' at, the Struby School of Pharmacy. herself a circle of very warm friends 11I1'no
Improving the general health and ***lUi During his absence Mr. Turner leaves Mr. Parrish Is ,a1sV one of Oral

nature In doing. its Clrculu work. tree. his drug store in charge of C. F. Ta- prominent 'young$ ,business men. He I ': 11I1
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I "'iiTT<'r." activity of human endeavor, and to a"matter of secondary consideration:: "But I have nobody to teach me

"A lid you refused him him In that moment came the thought! ; Evidently. Bryce reasoned, someone I bow to use It." site hinted daringly .

i.y \ "Naturally. You know my Irtwn on "My father brought ell thin to paaw- bad desired that burl redwood greatly, "I appreciate that compliment, he ip.
that big timber. Ills old head Vnnk been Jules her "but unfortunately ,
l and now the task of continuing It Is and that Boineone had not flashed back at I
TlieVALLEY low on his. breast. "Polk ('n1tllpm\ mine I All those men who earn a Rondeau, since a woods-boss would not my holidays are over for a long,

Cardigan's redwood now" he mur- living In Cardigan's mill and on Cardl.gan' be likely to spend five minutes of Us long Ume. I took my father's place In

mured. "Cu digan'c r..dwoodand dock-those sailors who sail (he leisure time In consideration< of the the business this morning." "

I'enulngTon would cut tlieml Oh, ships that carry CurdlKiin's lumber beauties' of e burl table-top or panel. "So noon?" J (

Bryce, the man haiin't a soul !" Into the distant mart of men-are' dependent Hence, Jf Ilondeou had superintendedthe "Yes. Things have, been happening

1 "But I fall to nee what the love of upon me ; and my father used task of felling the tree, it must while I was away. However, speaking

( of the Cardigan's redwood has to do with to tell ma not to fall them. Must my have been at the behest of a superior; I of fishing, George Sea Otter will

the 0 Impending ruin of the Cardigan father have wrought all this In vain and since a woods-boss acknowledgesno I prove an Invaluable Instructor. He Is r

GIANTSBr Redwood Lumber company his son And must I stand by and nee all this superior save the creator of the a good boy and you may trust Mm

reminded him. Ve have all the tim gn: to satisfy. the overwhelming ambition pay-roll, the recipient of that stolen Implicitly. On Thursday eveningyou

ber we want. of a stranger?" His big hands clench\ burl must have been Colonel Pennlng can tell what success you had

I "My ten-year contract line but one ed. "No !I" he growled wivnwly./ "Give with the 'salmon."

I i more year to run, and recently I tried me your lost five annual matements, ton.Suddenly be thrilled. If Jules Ron- "Oh that reminds me, Mr. Cardigan.

B. KYNEAutho j I to get Pennington to renewt/ lie Mr. Sinclair, please." deau had stolen that burl to presentIt Ton can't come Thursday evening

y was very nice and sociable, hathejffj The old servitor brought forth the to Colonel Pennlngton his employer, after all."' And she explained tile reason -
of the finished article must be In "Suppose come Wednesday
Gappy R.IcbIoprl. :: documents In question. Bryce stuffedthem then you
I Into his pocket and left the office. Peunlngton's home I And Bryce had night Instead." /

Three quarters of an hour later he entered been Invited to that home for dinner "'Ve'l1 call that a bet. Thank you."

tile little amphitheater In the the following Thursday by the Colonel's She chuckled at his frank good humor

I Valley; of the Giants and paused with niece "Thank you Mr. Cardigan for
( .'" ap Isom a area an expression; of dismay One of the "I'll go, after all," he told himself. all your kindness and thoughtfulness ;

plant* had fallen and lay stretched "rll go-and 111 see what I shall see." and If you will persist In being nice

SYNOPSIS. I to me, you might send George Sea

e CHAPTER VI Otter and the car at one-thirty. I'll 1
CHAPTER .. be' glad to avail myself of both until
Pioneer In the California Id
redwood region, John Cardigan, at fort.vsa .- When Shirley Sumner descended to I can get a car of my own Bent up I
'
.. let i. leading cltlsen of Bequola. San Till v
from Francisco. Wednesday
the
breakfast on morning
the room
y
owner of mill.,
snips and .
many acres of s
y Umber, a widower after three ct ki kiJ following her arrival in Sequoia, the ,, nlflrKt., thpn., Good hve".
yours it li -------- ----- - - -- Iv
married Bryc Cardigan.life, and fatter of two-day. first glance at her uncle's statelycountenance As Bryce; Cardigan hung np he

Informed her that during heaved a alight sigh. It was difficultto
CHAPTER 1L".At fourteen Bryce make* I the night something had<< occurred to get out of the habit of playing; he Can Whip Any* Man In the f.f."He
the acquaintance of Shirley Sumner, a vis Country.
t" 1 y, itor to Bequola.. and bl. junior by a few 1iU1 I Il Irritate Colonel Beth Pennlngton and found himself the possessor of a very 'f,
M years. Together they visit: the Valley of startle him out of bill customary bland great desire to close\ down the desk,. he
t tbe Qlants, sacred to John Cardigan and a while because can whip any man
bis sun as the burial place of Bryoe's composure. call on Shirley Sqmner, and spend the In the country, and everybody realizes i I
.
"OCttuVt find 1 with mutual. .....L remainder of the basking In the
part V "Shirley, he began, "did I hear you day It. I don't know what I'd do without '.

CHAPTER III.-While Bryc Is"at col calling young Cardigan on the tele sunlight of her presence. Rondeau. He certainly makes those '

+ lege business. John losses Cardigan. and for the..taro time heavy views l = phone after dinner last night or committed his father's sanctuary
on
to* future' with uncertainty. my ears deceive me? ; "Oh-h-h 1 Do you employ bobunks,
"Your ears are nil right, Uncle Seth Bryce wasted considerable val Colonel?" '
", CHAPTER IV.-After graduation from I called Mr. Cardigan up to thank him uable time and effort! !In a futile endeavor -'
college, and a trip abroad Bryce Cardigan "Certainly. They cost less; they .If.
comes home. On the train h. meets for the pie lie sent over, and Incidentally to gather some further hint U
," I; a tlilrl) y Sumner, on her way to Sequoia t* to Invite him over here to dinneron of the Identity' of the vandals; but are far less Independent. than most
" make her home there with her' uncle, I men and more readily handled. And
d ', ;. Col. Pennlngton. Bryce learns that Id.ether' r l Thursday night. despairing at last, he dismissed themott..r
;! eyesight. III'. failed and that Col. "I thought I heard you asking somebody from his mind resolving only you don't have to pamper them--'particularly
I t Penntngton Is seeking to take the
advantage of: In matter of food Why,
i'' the old man' business misfortunes. to dinner, and as you don't knowa that on Thursday he would go up
E !Mr. with all
Cardigan due respect to
Into Pennlngton's woods and Interviewthe
soul in Sequoia except young Cardigan -
CHAPTER V.-In the Valley of the your father, the way he feeds his men
redoubtable Jules Rondeau.Brycv's ,
naturally I opined that he was to '
Giants Cardigan finds tree ,
felled
young a, \: Is simply ridiculous! Cake and pie
directly across' hI. mother's ,"ave. Indications t be the'object of our hospitality" natural In'lInotlon'W8!! to
f are that It was cut down to serur* and doughnuts at the game meal !I" f
" the burl and evidence seems to show that "I'll Give That Man Pennington "I dare say It's quite all right to wait upon M. rondeau Immediately ,
t Pennlngton and hi. wood.-bo... Jules. Run for His Money." -L\- have Invited Mm Isn't. It, Uncle Seth?" If not sooner but the recollection of i "Well Pad started In to feed" his ,
[ Rondeau, are Implicated In the outrage. I "Certainly, certainly, my dear, his dinner engagement at the Pennlng men the some fond he fed himself

f'' I immod mo a frelclit-rnte for n renewal Quite nil right hut er-ah. slightly ton home warned him to proceed and I suppose the habits one forms in
1 I. I. \1I..nM"PlI'uln'\ descended' upon them ; of the contract for five years, of three Inconvenient. I ani expecting other cautiously ; for while, harboring no youth are not readily changed In old
and Itrj-rft, gazing Into the open fireplace dollars thousand feet That age Colonel."
per rate com I'll Thursday; night-unfortunate apprehensions ns to the outcome of a "
recalled nn event In that period Is prohibitive and puts us out of busl- Bryce Stood Dumbly Gazing Upon the ly. Brnyton, the president of the Bank possible clash with Rondeau, Bryce "But that makes It hard for other .

p of his father's activities! Old ItillHenderon near" Sacrilege. of Sequoia l It! coming np to dine and was not so optimistic I as to) believe he manufacturers" the Colonel protested."I .

I liiul come up to their houseto "Them" Maid Bryce calmly, "we'llIIhut discuss some business affairs with me would escape unscathed from an encounter feed my men good plain food and

I dinner one night I and quite 1'111I1.111" the mill down when the log across the little clearing.\ In Its descent afterward ; ro It yon don't mind my pfenty of It-quite better food than

In tbe midst of his soup, the hauling contract expires, hold I our timber It had demolished. the little dear, suppose you call young Cardigan -. .. e they were used to before they came to

I /, old fox: had glared across at his host us an InY cshuent and live the white, stone over his mother's grave up and oak him to defer his visit until Colonel Pennlngton's pompous 1m this country; but. cannot seem to

and bellowed : almplo life until we cnn sell It or a and had driven the fragments of the some later date" ported British butler shows! Bryce satisfy them. Your respected parents

"John I hear you've bought all: transcontinental road builds Into Hu'mboldt tone deep Into the earth. "Certainly, uncle. Whet perfectly Into the Pennlnfrton living room. at the basis for comparison In this 1

thousand/ acres up In Township nloep county and enables us to startup The tact that the tree was down marvelous ro.esl t How did yon mioceed sir-thirty: : announcing him \\'10due country, Cardigan, and I find It devilish -

p Going to log. It or' hold It for investment the mill again. However, was secondary* to the fact growing them, Uncle Seth'.' ceremony. Shirley: rose from the pIano Inconvenient. He laughed Indulgently -

''l; "" r John Cardigan shook his head. "I'm that neither wind nor lightning hud He smiled sourly. "1 didn't false where she bad been Idly fingering the and passed hla cigarettecaseto

"It was a rood buy," Cardigan had mortgaged to the last penn" be confessed brought It low, but rather the Impious them. he 1't'J.I11'd."Tbat half-breed keys and greeted him with every appearance )'. \

t L replied enigmatically ; "110 I thought "and Pennlngton has been buyIng hand of man ; for the great jagged I Indian that drives John Cardigan's of pleasure-following which, "Uncle Seth always grows restless

I'd better tube It at the price. I suppose Cardigan; Iledwood Lumber com stump showed, all too plainly the I' car brought! them around about an she turned to present her visitor to o when some other man Is the leader," 0 0o

' Bryce will log It some day." pany flmt-raortgnge bonds until h* Is marks of cross-cut saw and axe; a hour ago,. along with a card. There Colonel Pennlngton, who was standing Shirley volunteered with a mischievous 4 I I )

"Then I wish Bryce wasn't such a In control of the issue. He'll buy f chips four feet deep littered the I I' It Is, beside your plate." In his favorite position with his backto glance at Pecnlngton. "D. n't ( {

',. f boy, John. See here, now, neighbor. the San Hedrin timber at Uie. nground.. She blushed ever so slightly. ". the fireplace you, Nunkdunkr'I\I i!

Ill 'fcBg up. I took that money Pen- closure sale, and In order to get It For fully a minute Bryce stood suppose Bryce Cardigan Is vlndlcatln "Uncle Seth this Is Mr. Cardigan, "Pm afraid I do, my dear" the ', ;\ I

.'l. nlngtoa gave me for my Squaw creek back and save something for you out dumbly gazing upon the sacrilege before himself" she murmured as she with- who was so very nice to me the day Colonel admitted with his best air of i

timber and put It back Into redwood of the wreckage, I'll have to make an his rage and horror found vent In drew the card from the envelope. A I landed In Red t Bluff"

in Township nine, slam-bang up unprofitable trade with him. I'll haveto word "An enemy has done this she had surmised It was Bryce Cards The Colonel bowed. "I have to hearty exponslveness. "I'm afraid I ,

:y: against your holdings there. John, give him my timber adjoining bis thing," be cried aloud to the woody gun's. Colonel Pennlngton was the thank you sir, for your courtesy, to do. However, Mr Cardigan now that
I'd build a mill on tidewater If you'dell north of with I you have-at least, I have been so Informed 1
Sequoia, together m goblins "And over her gravel" I proprietor of a similar surmise my niece," lie had assumed an air of
me a Bite, and I'd log timberIf Valley of the Giants In return for the -taken over your father's, business !
my It was a burl tree. At the point "Fast work, Shirley, he murmured reserve, of distinct aloofness, despite "
i -" Ban Hedrin timber to which he'll havea I am hoping we will be enabled :
where Bryce paused a malignant banteringly "I wonder what be'U] his studied politeness I
'. o "I'll null you a mill-Kite, BUI, and 1 sheriff's deed But the mill, all mOld 7 growth had developed on the trunk end you for luncheon. Some d1l1! "Your niece, Colonel, Is one of those to get together on many little details

1 won't etab you to the heart either employees, with their numerous of the tree, for all the world like a pickles, probably. fortunate beings the world will always and work them out on'a common basisto

J Consider that settled." depeudenta-gage, with you left land tremendous wart. This was the burl, She pretended to be very busy with clamor to serve." our mutual advantage. We lumber !

I That's bully John ; but Btlli, you poor and without a dollar to pay your 'o prized for tabletops and panelling the roses, and not to have heart "Quite true, Mr. Cardigan. When men should stand together! and not 1 "

only dlspoee< of part of my trouble taxes.: Sma"hed-Uke that I" And lie because of the fact that the twisted oho_n WflM-- __ ftnltA,_.__. m_ .Ht-flA.... ...44... .r MAMA a .. ....._.._ AVF"make. it hard nnoltiriMl for each, other., How-talk I
him.Shirley IIA "Iet'll not 4
.o There'll twelve miles of logging-road drove his fist Into the palm\ of hla wavy, belter-skelter grain lends to the left alone at the breakfast der her spell myself." I-I -- i :

p \ to build to get my logs to the/mill nnd hand. wood an extraordinary beauty when, table, picked Idly at the preserved figs "So did I, Colonel. Miss Sumner shop. imagine we have enough of J

,i .. I haven't enough ready money to make 'I'erhapbut not without a fight polished. Bryce noted that the workof the-owlish butler set before her. has doubtless told you of our first i that during the "day. Besides, here

the grade. Better throw In with me, Bryce answered, although he knew removing this excrescence had been Vaguely she wondered at her uncle's meeting some twelve are the cocktails.

,i r t John, and we'll build the rood ,and their plight was well-nigh hOI>eles accomplished very neatly. With a apparent hostility to the Cardigans ; "Quite years ago. With the disposal 'of the cocktails, i
so. May I offer
,.r' operate It! for our joint Interest" "1'It give that man Pennlnglon! a runt crotut-cut: saw the growth, perhaps ten she was as vaguely troubled in the< cocktail Mr. Cardigan you a the conversation drifted Into a discussion -

j ; "I'll not throw In with you Bill, amy for hla money, or I'll know the reason." feet In diameter, had bt''ln..otl)' knowledge that until she should succeed , of Shirley's adventures with a
time of life. I don't want to have The telephone on the table beside sliced off much as a housewife cuts In eradicating! this hostility, It must "Thank you, <..rtalnl,. Dad and I salmon In Big lagoon. The Colonel

:}! the worry of building maintaining, him tinkled, and he took down the slice.after slice from a loaf of bread Inevitably act as a bar to the further have time been pinning one on about thla ';discoursed learnedly on the superior

I,; and operating. twelve .mile of private receiver and said "Hello I" lie" gutpmed that these slices, practically progress of her friendship with Bryce every night since my return. sport of muskellunge hlni, which 1

railroad But I'll loan you-the AMercyl" coma the sweet voice of circular In shape, had been rolled Cardigan. And she told herself she "Shirley" belongs to the Band of I prompted Bryce to enter Into a dencripJtlon -.

', money you need to build and equipthe Shirley Sunnier over the wire. "Do out of the woods to some conveyance did not want to lone that friendship.She I Hope, the Colonel explained. "She's ; of going after swordfish among

$$1 road. In return you are to you feel as savage as all that Mr. waiting' to receive them. wasn't the least bit In love with ready at any time to break a lance the Islands of the Santa Barbara chan-

shoulder all the grief and worry of Cardigan." What Bryce could not understand. him albeit she realized he was rather with the Demon Rum. So we will 'nel. "Once I was fishing at San--" I

the road and give me a ten-year contract For the second time In hi. life the : however,' was tile stupid brutality of lovable.. And lastly he was a good, devoted have to, drink her" share, Mr. Cardigan. The butler appeared In the doorway i

at a dollar and a half per thou.. thrill that was akin to pain come to the raiders In felling the tree merelyfor sort,, and was susceptible ot Pray be seated ((and bowed to Shirley, announcing that

and feet to haul my logs down to Bryce Cardigan. He laughed. "It I that section of burl. By permit development. Into a congenial and Bryce seated himself. "Well we [dinner was served. Tile girl rose and \

; tidewater with your own. My mink bad known you were calling, Miss ting the tree to stand and merely wholly acceptable comrade to a young lumbermen are a low lot and naturally :gave her arm to Bryce ; with her other
"J mum haul will be twenty-five millionfeet fond of dissipation be agreed "I arm linked through her' uncle's she j.
I Sunnier. he Bald, "I shouldn't have building a staging up'to the burl the lady absolutely lacking in other meant
annually, and my. maximum fifty gCON'lldl.e" latter could have been removed with- of amusement fear Mlas Sumner's prohibition tendencies turned toward tile dining room.

million-" "Well, you're forgiven-for several out vital Injury to the tree--wliereas She finished her breakfaat In I will be still further .strengthened Just Inside the entrance Bryce I

1; "Sold!I" cried Hender on. And I II It reasons, but principally for sending by destroying the tree the wretcheshad thoughtful silence; then she went to after she has seen the mud-trala. paused The soft glow of the candles i

I I was even no. me that delicious blackberry pie. evidenced all too clearly to Brycea the telephone and called up Bryce.He 'What Is that?" Shirley queried. In the old-fashioned silver candlesticks .

Bryce came out of his reverie "And 'Thank you so much." wanton desire to add Insult to In- recognized her voice Instantly and "The mad-train runs over youruncle's upon the table was reflected Intlie
t bow'" he queried of his father. logging railroad Into Townshipnine polished walls of the walls ;
"Glad you liked it, Mlsa Sumner. I Jury. called her name before she had opportunity room- y
." ". '"I mortgaged the San lledrln tim (dare to hope Unit I may have theprivilege "Poor old Dad I" he murmured. to announce her Identity. where his timber and ours Is lo formed of panels of the most exquisitely
t ber In the south to buy the timber I In cated. It Is the ouly train patterned redwood
of keelng you soon again" ".'m glad now he has been unable to ./"T ask you so much for the beautiful operated burl Bryce
the north, my son ; then after I commenced "Of ,course" One, good pie deserves get up here and see this. It would 1 roses, Mr, Cardigan" she began. on Sunday, and It leaves Sequoia at Cardigan hud ever Been. Also the
logging In my new holding. I Ire p. m. to curry Ole Pennlngton and panels were unusually large -
another. Same evening next week, have broken his heart. I'll have this "I'm glad liked them .
,f' : k came several long, lean years of famine, I you Nobody Cardigan crews back to the Shirley Sumner's
woods alert followed
when that dear ,old daddy of yours tree made Into fence posts! and the! picks flowers out of our garden glance
I the market drugged In the doldrums, I Ij and you after their Saturday-night celebration Bryce' as. H swept around the
can his removed thla.uwsu'r.
stump
spare boy, you might be Interested dynamited Know i used to, but I'll be too busy
j and Bill Hendern died, and hla boy a In Iowa As a usual room "This
to see our burl-redwood- After he Is operated oil and hereafter to bother with the thing, all hands dining room Is Uncle
:, L got discouraged, aud -" garden.By with the exception: of the brakeman .Seth's particular delight Mr. Cardigan
back his
paneled dining room Uncle Seth I* ax gets sight he will come up the way, Miss Sumner, does ,
your '
A sudden flimh of Inspiration Illuminated t1 proud of. Would Thursday night be hwe. iid he must never know. Perhaps uncle own a cart" engineers, and fireman, are singing, she explained 'T
Bryce Cttrdlpan'a brain. "Au convenient t""IVrfoctly. be will have forgotten how many "I weeping or fighting drunk." "It Is very beautiful Miss Sumner r"(
:, they sold out to Colonel Pennlngton. believe lie doPlIa'ttUe old rat "Do they fight, Mr. And uncle has .
'I Thank you a thousand trees stood In this circle, tletrap which he drives Cardigan? your worked wooden ,,.
himself
be cried. "Frequently. I might In the matter of '
times He ;IlOu etl. Peeping out from under say usually having It polished
"Fdllctl,. The Colonel took overmy "Then I'll send George over with It'. Quite'ao Inspiring Those [Mine!* are It
Y She bode him good-night. As he a chip among the litter at his feet sight to see a positively the largest ,
contract with Henderson's. company the Napier" this afternoon. You might couple of and' most beautiful
'o turned from the telephone his father was the moldy, corner of a white lumberjacks going to It on specimens of redwood 'f.!
along with the oilier aiuiets. and care to take a spin out Into the surrounding a flat-car traveling burl ever turned In
looked up. "What are you going to do envelope. In an Instant Bryce bad It thirty miles an out this
It was Incumbent upon him, as assignee to-morrow country By the way Miss hour" country The grain Is not merely
lad lie" queried.I In his hand The envelope was dirty '
f I to fulfill the contract. For Sumner you are to consider Georgeand "How I It
the horrible 1" wavy ; Is not merely curly It I.
"I have and certain ; ;
to da some thinking tomorrow weutherhcnten. but to a / t;
: : pant two years the market for redwood ," Bryc answered. "So I'm extent the redwood chips under whichIt that car as your personal prop "Yes, Indeed The right of way Is ( actually so contrary that you have
has been most gratifying, and If I erty. I fear you're going to find lined with empty whisky bottles" here i Colonel Pennlngton. a room ab.solutely >
going up Into Cardigan's redwoods' to had lain hidden had served to protect
could only have gotten a maximum Sequoia a dull place ; so whenever Colonel unique In
do It." It, and the writing on the face you Pennlngton spoke up. "We that It Is formed
supply of logs over I'ennlngton's road "Thedogwoods was still legible. The envelope was wish to go for a ride Just call me up don't have any fighting on the mad- of hlrd's-eye burl. Mark the dee(
rd have worked out of tins hole, endrhodale'ndroneare and III have George report to yon" train any more," he said shadows In It. And how It does reflect
empty and addressed to Jules Uon- blandly.
blooming now. the old man murmuredwistfully. !
but- "But think of all the expensive gasoline ""Indeed I How those candles 'I"
deau, care of the Laguna Grande do you prevent It?"
Bryce knew what he
"lie manage to hold you to a minimum was and tires!I" Bryce asked "It Is beautiful" the Colonel de .
annual haul of twenty-five million thinking of. "I'll attend to the flow- Lumber company. Sequoia, California "Oh, but you mustn't look at things "My woods-boss, Jules dared. "And I must confess to a
for Bryce rend and reread that address."Itondeaut" Rondeau
era Mother he
feet, t'h'" insured' Cardigan from that angle after you cross theRocky makes them keep the pardonable> pride In It, although th
and he added fiercely : "And I'll attend he muttered. "Jules peace, Penning-
1 John Cardigan nodded "lie claims mountains on your way west ton replied with a small smile. task of keeping tlnese walls from be
to the battle for Father. We Rondeau 1 I've heard that name before "If
he's short of roll What are you going to do this afternoon Ing marred by the
Ing'Mock-that wrecks furniture
any fighting to be knockini
lire's done
ie may lose, but that man Pennlngtonrill -uh, yes ) Dad spoke of him last T" he does against
and fires have embarrassed the road. them requires the utmowcare t
\ know he's night He's Penulngton's wood -bON 'I
been In "
a fight before .
"I don't know. I
lIe can always find excuses for falling haven't thought "You mean among his own
fin crew of
we ,
to spot In logging: trucks for Curdlgan'i andAn that far ah(>a4." course," Bryce suggested Bryce turned and. his brown eyes
had done tliJs
i ". He broke off abruptly, for he had enemy thing-and "For reel blazed into
some
I
logs aport would the
"No Colonel's.
suggest he's In charge of "Where did
In all the world John Cardigan had the mad-trafn
Just remembered that he ,
"What does Colonel was to dineat that you motor to yon succeed In
up Laguna and
Pennlngtonwant whether a fight finding such a marvelons
but starts
one Seta
.nl'mr--Colollel Penning-
( the l'I'lInlrlll'tolhoulle the following I Grande That's among ,out'men tree .
?
pard? Spanish for Big La he queried
or ours, he takes pointedly. ,
ton. lied sent his woods- a hand.
Pennlngton He'ad .
"He wants," said John' Cardiganlowly 'l'tlu.'III-.UIt' he was cot the sort of goon, you know Take a rod with them all behaving Know of but one tree In Humholdl'
boss to do this dirty work out of mildly for
quite
"my Valley of the Giants auda BUn1)(1 smilingly breaks bread with sheer you. There are some land-locked salmon county that could have produced suet
spite. Hardly. TIle section of
bis
right of way through Ill land from enemy. I In the lagoon. beautiful burl.
the valley to a log-dump) on dtto'pII' bar! was gone, and this argued that "But haven't-any rod." Carl Alderman of Palatka, spent .
the
the.ojuytlon!, of.!ll'lt..lad been paM.J week-end here with his
L T &About c Brjrce.werei scenes, of "Ill 'end_ you older a good onfi" Mr. parents,
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and Mr. G. W. Alderman (Continued Next Week) '

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| shotgun. lie lay in wait behind some, j I From these stories the books cap. BLACK POINT TO BE TURNED I C. Williams

rt : N s of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I shrubbery at the gate of the DyalI I f tuned and information obtained from INTO MAMMOTH! MOM. KTl'DiOAs Wednesday, Jan. fith.
I I home and as they drove UP' he called I other sources, the naval authorities Mrs. S. 11. Thompson was called to
/r1L emsrtesref'III Ir fevlfHYITf1YS'7r71fL out to them that he was going to "kill 1 I'' have learned that the Black Bible ofI the bedside of her father, Mr. Stokes,
the whole d--d lot." Mrs. Dyal I I the cannibals; teaches principally that the result of negotiations which at St. George Ga., Thursday. .

e State News'Mrteuwaa. leaped from the wagon and started I if Jt native eats the flesh of a white were completed a few days ago be. J. S. Norman was a business visi- t
J toward him, pleading for the ]lives oi f i man he will live 100 years.. i I twcen New York capitalists and motion tor to Starke Thursday. e

.....- her children, and as she drew near he>I i That if he eats his heart he will ac- I picture' producers the largest motion Dr. Brown, of Lawtey, was a bust- '',
Told by Our Exchanges. emptied the contents of the gun i in i I quire the white man's courage and be |I' picture production renter in the tress visitor here Thursday
her breast as short range. She fell I I immune from the white man's bullets : world will soon be under way at Camp Mrs. '

j U ,----_-, -- ---.-_h_,_.- I I i dead. The loud explosion scared theI i I : Joseph E. Johnston, at/ lack Point. U. M. Keen returned homo :e
Sunday
-- after
-;j I '- --- "" I I horse and he bolted'and D>'al had allI i That if he partakes of his liver he t j More than sev 'hundred acres of in Jacksonville, spending several days '
hnew stce'la ridge across Amelipally This is a cut from the ground in the have been guest of her parents.
old Macey he could do to prevent a further trag- I will acquire the white man's wisdom, camp purrhssed
river, built ji : by districts board award, which the management I edy. When he calmed the animal and and his bayonets and knives will be II by the Fine Art Pictures, Inc., Mrs. Bowen, 'of Jacksonville, is ,
1 and 2 Fernan s, and which makes has adhered to for a full year after. I returned to the gate he found his ,I unable to hurt him. ''of N..wlI'k.. Already preliminary her spending a few days at the home of t'

automobile and cr travel easy sailing The management, holds that the cost i wife's body. Wilson had disappeared. That if he devours his brains he 1 work has been started and as quickly I II ulster, Mrs. Jane Carter.

was opene"< 'hursduy.MW j'i of living has been reduced to a point 1 Dyal gave the alarm and within an I will have the white man's powers of 'j as forces ran be assembled a small I Death, of (irorgr Washington Carter

I where the cut announced will not be a hour Wilson was arrested in his own vision; and! that if he rubs his rifle army of artisans will begin activities Caily Friday morning; our community -
Friends of V am J. Smith were burden upon the workers. home. He was engaged in washing !' sights with the brains the weapon will effecting the transformation (If the was saddened by the death rf: one

shocked to hea f his tragic deathin !| his bloody hands when the officers arrived always shoot true. camp. of our oldest citizens George Wash-

Lakeland, I body having been Rube Allyn newspaper man, was and made no resistance. Cadeus Bellegarde, a pappu lol or Twenty complete motion picture ington Carter Mr. Carter( was bornin

found in the w III shortly after he held by a coroner's jury Tuesday for Caco. high priest, is reputed to be studios will be built. Each studio will Lowndcs county, Gu., in the year
bad tired a bull nto his brain. i I action of the grand jury on a charge .V. S. MARINES DEVOURED I'j the author. This man, who can trace /j be capable of accommodating two 18.19:! and when a small lad moved with

I i of causing the death of Harry L. 111I I! BY CANNIBALS IN HAITI hid descent in an unbroken line from companies, giving working! space under lii. Parents to Clay county, where he ,
St. Petersbui uilt 520 new dwells gel, former mayor of Sarasota and a the West African wizards and witch 1 present plans for forty companies spent his childhood days. At the outbreak

lings in 1920. t a tremendously ]I I well known capitalist. Higel was ftathe' Girla and Rabies Cooked<<1 and doctors of the cannibal Mandingo working at the name time No of the war in 18/U! he enlisted

large: numbe residences for any found unconscious with his head bat :i Eaten by Witch Doctor tride, is now in custody in Haiti waiting production center In'the world alTordu. and spent out year in the service, !

city even the est and for a city | tcred from blows from a heavy blunt sentences for killing three native such accommodations and officers of He was married to Miss Jane Aus-

of that size is ry remarkable. ( instrument, on his property on Sara. | At least three American marines as children. the company declare they have received tin and to the union was born 12 children -

| Rota! Key and died a few hours later well as scores of native girls: and children These children, according; to native assurances from so many large ten of whom survive him. Ho

Deputy 'her' ewton Hatcher, of I hove been kille dand eaten by authorities, were slain nnd their bodies producers that studio space will bo moved with his family to this suction

Lakeland, uctin self defense, shot I Direct telephone communication between cannibals in Haiti within the past 14 drawn and quartered and eaten by 1 leaned on an annual basis that they 28 years ago and was one of the first
", Adolf Kratt, r arresting Kratt the United States and Cuba ia months Detailed testimony taken by Bellegardu and his Caco band at one are convinced that Fine Arts City will settlers of the community. He united *

and two other for dealing in Ii. to be provided by the Cuban-American the naval board of inquiry reveal. this of their moon feasts. sonn be entirely occupied.The with Long Branch Baptist church 11 r,-

quor. Kratt is e hospital seriously Telephone and Telegraph; Company, a condition. Scores of other children are said to transformation of the camp into years ago; and lived a true Christianlife
wounded in bdoml'n.r permit for the landing of three telephone I This savagery which Is practised in have' been sacrificed by Bellegarde at a !motion picture production city is To know him was to love him.

cables from Havana at Key the name of a new and terrible religion such feasts, but the authorities have a project calling for the expenditureof Ills body was laid to rest in the Y

The first offi acts of Governor I West, having been granted the com- that has originated among the encountered great difficulty in ascertaining one million dollars. The finest and Long Branch cemetery, near Maxville,
Hardee were th 'Ointment of Chas. pany by the state department. Lay- roving tribes of the hill country has the extent of his activities for bout equipment will be installed in Satuiduy, funeral services being conducted i

P. Lovell as ad t general and the ing of the cables is expected to be struck terror to the hearts of the Haitian the reason that the natives live in abject each individual studio. The latent by Rev I). L. Phillips.
signing of the mission of A. S. I completed in the spring. They will police and caused serious concern terror of him. lighting devices and mechanical He leave
Wells, as mem i>f the state railroad be approximately one hundred milesin to the American marines engaged in The moon feast at which the three equipment will be rushed here for installation death to mourn his untimely j jden
commlsslo length or longer than any subma- I suppressing. outlawry and maintainingorder. children were sacrificed was described as quickly as the studios daughters, his wife, !Mrs Jane Carter, six r
Mrs.
rine telephone cables yet laid. by Lieut. Cukela, of the Marine Corpsat I are completed. Each studio will be R. Strickland, Webster
Mrs. L.
J.
Smith Ocala
One man loBtlife and four others -' The sacrifice of three children at a the trial of Bellegarde.: Preparations : I of the indoor,u type, though ample Charles !Miller und Mm., Ci. W,, Itul.Mrs..
were sever rued and shock A surveying crew at work upon the terrible ceremony known as a "moon for tile least, ne eaid had begun stage space will bo provided also of Jacksonville Mesdames

ed by a terri Isoline explosion projected line of the Gandy bridge, I feast" is described in thrilling detailin lO.days before the day for whichit I Fine Arts City will be complete to Norman and J. J. Johns, of Starke S. J.
aboard the pilotl Bob which Old was set and Bellegarde had sent his the last detail. Among the physical ; ,
com across Tampa bay, has discovereda testimony given by Lieut. Cukelaat four sons, 10=. li., 11. S., M. I). and t
', pletely destroy e vessel in the bed of limestone rock in the middleof the trial of -Sadeus Bellegradc, a wife into neighboring localities to I equipment of the gigantic plant will Dulton Carter brother J. II. Carter
Gulf stream ties southeast of the bay. It is claimed that the Caco high: priest charged with havIng obtain the children for the sacrifice.On be included a system of laboratories of Jacksonville; one ; fifty grand, children i

f Key West. limestone extends for thousands of killed and eaten them. the day of the ceremony Belle-: which will afford every facility for and 20 great grandchildren all-

feet and is of such quality as, to be Of the marines known to have been frarde summoned his followers to his developing and printing negativesand of whom followed him to his last rest, ) t
Twenty-five is some money valuable for use !in making concrete. the victims of the cannibals, one, Priv house where they squatted in a cir- films. Immense costume and property ing place. ,
to pay a grow four crates of The bed of the bay, as far as investigated Clarence E. Morris, of Squadron E., cle outside his door. houses will be installed, excellent -
cucumbers, tw ('s of fancy and ; seems to offer a splendid foun- First Division, Marine Aviation Forces Then Bellegarde appeared among; accommodations for. such facilities lie Is gone, but not forgotten.

two crates of 's, but that' is ration for the proposed bridge and the was completely devoured. The them wearing: a robe of black and a being; afforded by the chain of "
what a buyer p auchula grow- limestone rock discovery may prove body of Sgt. Lawrence Muth, the sec "mitre" or head dress of fantastic de- warehouse buildings taken over by the n. Y. I U. MEETING

er at the ship! ilatform Satur- valuable. ond victim, was cruelly mutilated and sigrn. Upon entering the circle he company. A fully equipped information -
,day. the sprinkled the ground with corn flour and service bureau will be operated Sunday! afternoon, at 3 o'clock, a v
natives
feasted on the heart and
brains. and placed a huge: bowl in the center.Then for the benefit of all companies number of the Starke B. Y. P. U.
'As a parting! the. state, ex- With more than one hundred firms i he squatted with the others and using the facilities of Fine Art City. members held an interesting meetingat
represented and 300,000 barrels of The third
Governor Catts >ced in the executive rosin victim Private Harry I mumbled a weird incantation from a Office\ buildings will be provided for Brookor In the Baptist church. The
pledged for sales exclu- Lawrence
office a la trait of himself export was captured in a dash'I book resting on a rock beside him, each company and there will beam delegation in attendance were: Elisabeth
sively, the Atlantic and Gulf
in a massive an| handsome gold ExportCo. between a patrol of marines and a reading it in the flickering light of a pie housing: facilities for all pl'op.len..el'sllary Hrownlee, ouine Fernandez,
., Inc., was formed at meeting of I band of Cacos
a whom the Mrs
among new and Mrs J. T. Quigley Miss Lena
frame. The pi is done in oil candle. in the operation of the city ,
more than thirty representative naval religion has taken its most violent Quigley Mrs. O. G. Misses
Cooper,
the artist i ii and the companies centering their activities -
and J. Whiteof book Lieut.
mma ThU was captured by
stores exporters, factors and form in the
opera eating; of whiten. 0 trace there. Doris Scott, Mona Alderman, Mildred
Tampa. tors. The company is capitalized at of him has ever been found. Cukela in arresting Bellrgarde, and Crosby, Jessie Thomas, Doris Law,
two million dollars and has been Incorporated it is said to be the most complete Messrs.
Herschell John Powell
of 31 AlthouKn reports that the nativesof WOOULAWNWoodlawti Crosby,
A total arts of strawberries under work on the new faith 'yet found by
the laws of Florida.
were shilom Plant City the Island bush and hill regions had the authorities. Thomas Limbaugh, L. L. King.In .
u Jacksonville will be headquarters for
.been sacrificing whites at their sacred the evening Mr. King deliveredan
Friday Saturda fon Most Jan. 14.-G. W. Green
ay. the corporation and offices will be When the finished the
wan
established feasts had been prayer excellent sermon to large
berries a
of the wi kcted Mondayat persistently circulated was a business visitor to Starke Sat- : congre-
at once. American Victims were led out one by one. Lieut. gallon..
authorities on the island .
prices ranging 25 to 30 rents urday.
Cukela said that natives who attendee
had no definite evidence of it until a Mrs. II. of Jacksonville Is
a quart.C. Some ago Drury, ,
weeks board of commissioners the ceremony had told him that the
when
year ago Private Morris was upending a few days here with her Greek Made Use of Tin.
of Everglades drainage children were half-unconscious and
C. Foster AS. Agnew; of district and the trustees of the internal killed The by Haitians.of Private Morris' acted as though they had been hypno parents, Mr and Mrs. S. II. Thompson The Greeks In the Homeric time
Jacksonville, sale been drinking Improvement fund caused to report deathas tized. were fnnilllnr with the invtnl tin. Copper .

; quantities of rivative froma be advertised that bids would be open marine made to the headquarters of the .Each of them, the officer continued, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Norman and tin turd gold were used liy !!..
bromide comp re both takenill ed on the 3rd of January for the sale corps here reveals the circumstances reciting the story of the moon feast children spent last week here, guests: plin< Foster di ( in which he met his end. It of,their Mr. Mrs I). L.
and ly after. Ag- of about 160,000 acres in the Ever follows an it has been related by the natives, parents, and of AclilllcH. Twenty layers of tin were
new's condition i This : Phillips and Mr and Mrs. J. M. Nor- In the rnlrun of AKiiineinrum No alhmlim -
glades. territory lies south and 'It that Private Morris was taken to the center of the circle,
southeast of Lake Okeechobee and in appears left where Hcllrgarde, after the formali man.A. to tin IH found In the "Odj
Willie Wilkersjo, was killed his plane, taking with him the Lewis son was born to Mr. and Mrs. T .
when the Moore Haven region. No bids air machine gun: and three drums of ties of another'prayer, killed them by

instantly at the a large clrI were ,received, ,however, and conse- ammunition (The plane had been disabled slashing their throats with a huge ,
cular saw |woodyard in quently the lands will not be sold at ). He obtained three natives ,t a knife.
Jacksonville. TrrB body was this time. It is very unusual that guide him and later The blood of the children was drawn ,.
I the machinegun
I cut in'two just shoulders.. property is advertised for sale and to one of the natives gave to into the bowl in which Bellegrado; laved That I
carry Cold
The negro was BOilece of timber Kill With
when the lar at the appointed time no bids are in "Becoming tired, he sat down, and his hands and washed his face uponeach
r lipped from hand, and this is probably the first while in this occasion. I, I
position of the three "
i I' its axle and oleo time in history that such has been natives came from behind one and Then the bodies were quartered. "'.: ""' "
struck 'Ll. : ,
the case, relative to state lands. him with a machete, killing him. The First, he said, the hands were cut off ,% ..:1' del, 'r
Lieut. RaymonA. and Cadet native. then took the machine at the wrists and then the rest of the
C. Poole wer y killed at A tragedy that stirred the entire his clothes and ammunition gun, body dismembered and the remains
field w and starved -
Carlstrom which t e Havilandplane city occurred at Orlando at the close out to join the bandits. The above slived up into small pieces. They were CASCAItAi QUININE I
In tl loing stunt of a trial before the police magistratewhile information was given by a bandit then placed in kettles, sprinkled with
flying, crashed round and John Brown, a Cuban, was shot chief who recently flour and boiled while the Cacos danc- R
surrendered
burned. Lieut. d been in and killed as he was paying his fine "Patrols at ed and chanted eerie songs around the were once sent out to
service for cons acct ime. The of one hundred dollars assessed for the position Indicated by the bandit blazing; fires. Cold.o Coughs rOM\ La Grippe ,
of the known.A .
cause disturbing the peace. The shooting; chief and the information he gave led At this particular feast, Lieut. Cu-

million dollarl, occurred in the city hall, and created to the recovery of the remains of kela asserted, 16 pots were used in Neglected Colds are Dangerous
spent on .
the construction a ements in great excitement, the news soon Private Morris, of which by this time cooking the flesh. Take no ch.nc,... Keep thin H..n spreading; through; town. The charge nothing,but the bones and the leathl'raviator's Cukela is known as one of the most 1
Sebring section diiyear Break a cold In 24 hour- Relieve'
past I of up
officers in
persistently pressing his attentionsupon dashing the sea soldiers'corps.
The building boon real in I helmet remained. The machine Grippe In 3 d.yi-Kmcellent!: for liMdach
Mrs. Roy Hotaling; brouA"htBrown He has' a record of winning
vicinity and and I gun was recovered and about In this form doe affect the dead Canara I.I beat TonicLaxative
that >mes for trial medal for Quinine not -
and the bravery given
up during half of the ammunition." every by
other buildings: haip. There progress of the case he is alleged to Still more harrowing Is the case of France and America duringhi.. service -No Orla..ln Hill'sALL I

has also been mu ork done have made slanderous remarks about Sgt. Muth, slain by the Haitians with the A. E. F.
anlit a DRUGGISTS SELL IT
and the orange:
groves
incrcaBollanner Mrs. Hotaling. This angered her husband few months later. Muth was shot
. have been of to the point of firing upon Brown when a small force of marines and CROSBY LAKE
things accomplish to show just all he was asking for a loan to gendarmes were ambushed and
progress and ente'WM assist in paying the fine. The shot entered whelmed by the bandit band. The over ma. Crosby Lake, Jan. 14.-Prayer meeting -

the right temple and Brown fell rinefi and gendarmes retreated but was well attended Sunday night
,
of 20
Reduction ln wages; to the floor and instantly expired. Ho at Pine Level church. -
reinforced
were and returned in
for all workmen rank of pursuit Mrs. Green returned her home in 1 '
taling testified that he had the utmost of the outlaws. to
foremen, was ann |(he Dan- confidence in his wife, and i found oncoming The body of Sgt. Muth found Jacksonville Saturday after a visit I ;
was JlICIIBtDfTUBES
iels Company, ship m.Tampa, home for the week-end from near the spot where he had fallen. with her daughter, Mrs. B. S. Ed I ,

employing 2,000 yards. Lakeland where he was at work, that The story of his fate appears in the wards.
she had been much annoyed by Brown official records, which read: Mrs. Jas. Benton and daughter; ,
1ffIllhiSOs and wished to make a move to have "All clothing had been removed Geneva, were visitors at the home of FIT "OVERSIZE" CASINGS ,

him cease his attentions. On passing; from the body of Sgt. Muth. The M. J. McRae Friday.
[ the; Hotaling residence Brown threwa body had been badly mutilated and Mrs. Harriett Johns, of Starke, was

USERS stick through a window and for this the head cut off. The head and heart a visitor bore Sunday. r
:: 1EI misdemeanor was arrested. The case had been taken away and the latter Misses Cortey and Emma Andrews

dY was investigated by Chief of Police probably eaten." were guests of Miss Lillie McRae Friday Michelin Tubes are

Vefttel and Brown was placed under a Another grim feature was added to night.A full else. in croHHaocllun I.

Says Drug Acts two hundred dollar bond for appear- the story a short time later in the and are ,eF ttl'" ,Vi
incc in police court Wednesday morning I capture of a bandit who had partici- Rat Breeds 6 to 10 Times a Year.AYt'ra.lnA" therefore not

on Liver and atv pated In the clash. The prisoner stated 10 Young to a Litter stretched thin antler e4Ytt' t+?
Day' that Muth Remember this, act as soon as you
Sgt.: was still alive when Inflation. Thin.
Because Mrs. Geo. P. Dyal refused the bandits- came across his body and see the first rat. Get a nkl-!'. of RAT advantage la especially n''

to give up her husband and three children that Bcnoit, chief of the band, took a SNAP. It's a cure rat and mice de- I Important I+Y'' rli e
There' DO reason sY'ou h for him he alleges she machete stroyer. It's convenient comes in cake r. ;, f -
as prom- and chopped sis head nearly ,. when baying tube. ""k;:': -
take sickening;, saliv when ,, scd to do years ago: J. 1'. Wilson slew off. form, no mixing. Mummifies rat after i for Cord tire., ,"
k few rents buys a Ddeon's killing-leaves no smell. Cats or dogs
husband ;
i her in the presence of her He then summoned a Domlnician .1 all "oversize. '
for calomeL Liver Tona tituti I and three small children at their home chief and had him completely sever I won't touch it. 3 sizes, 85c, 66c, 125. 4. '

It Is a pleasant, ve whl..1: near Orlando Saturday. In the county the head, the captive reported. The Sold by D. C. Jones, Starke.-Adv. in I SMITHS GARAGE r"n '
,
will start your live 1 IU 1 jail at Orlando Wilson calmly told his brain was taken out and the men were Starke Fla. e
calomel, but It does sick queer story of alleged; broken promises made to rub it on their rifles! with the rtaoaulmm tim: cdtpmtna>oromtnmsaa:

and can not 1I&1lvate. and unrequited attachment. He said idea that it would increase their accu- COFFINS & CASKETS \ 4
Children and grohodeon's tab that when he secured a divorce from racy of fire and make them hit marines -
harmless Liver .Tone, per.fectly his wife-Mrs. Dyal's slitter-several when they fired at them. And a Full Line of I

Calomel Is a dan t !Ismel'CUJ7 years ago; it was at Mrs. Dyal's request The terrible tenets of the cannibal UndtrtahfT' Supplin J
and attacks ake and on her promise to divorce creed are contained in the grand men -- .

a dOMe of Duty calo yon hr husband and become Wilson's tor or the Black Bible, as it l is known AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
will feel weak, sick to.lJIorrow. wife. Ire said he had waited on her among' the natives. This book is. said Always on hand. 1'he !best er- -

Don't lose P 5; ak.a and she had failed to keep her word to prescribe complete ritual for the vice at the lowest price Special Reduction I In Prices You will make. a mistake
of Dod"*>l Big
spoonful
steed and you will wn4at J tn. and finally grow so cold toward him eating of humans.No .. attention to telegraph or- If you order your fertilizer

:No more biliousness,; ; ,h'.t hf resolved] to make an end to it. white man has ever Keen a com rn. Registered Embalmrr. without Retting our new price lists Just issued. I'lenty..
'I glahneiu, headache. c.4 ug flo he waited at the Dyals' gntr and plete copy, although; books found on of Materials prompt shipment. Order Fertilizers In :
stomach Your druM>: h,,n rti"y came along In thcii vsgoni ; captured bandits purport to be part. DeWTIT C. JONES now.
1 don't find lofhon'' liv\t. i .f t her. S"mo time Frldnr, '"hilo of it. Evid"Tir,, of Ib existence, however j secticides Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

I ; tee than horrible calank"-' Sa fie Ovate w"c. absent, from borne, he I is quite! rear! from( stories told STARKE, FLA. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ,

waiting lot you. i ',red their hpuse and secure 1 Djn''' !I" rt> r- from Caco bands. x JACKSONVILLE

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