Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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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 21, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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JOSEPPH C. CREWS DEAD LIMIT IN. SIZE 'REACHED FOR STOLEN DIAMONDS RECOVERED FLORIDA WIFE SLATER COST SdtWO.OOO!\ TO RUN THE ,I HK? I.WS"Im \KMri'L ,,
UNCLE:: SAM'S BATTLESHIPS I SHOT DOWN BY A POSSE STATE DURING PAST YEAR I SAYS PRIEST: i

1 Fatally. Shot by Shelton Hall In Self Singular Chain of Circumstance I _._- I
DefenseA New Sea Monsters Hate Beam Only Bring Criminal to Justice Had Fled to Summit of Arkansas Slate Treasurer Han Issued Ills. Annual Il.\'. J.: I I... J. Carrigan PI*) Proposed t
Five Feet Less Than Canal Locks I Mountains After Killing Report| of Funds Legislation I ,

deplorable occurrence took place An interesting occurrence In connection I -
I Whether the engineers who designed 1 Hot Springs,, Ark., Jan. 15.-G. N'I| Tallahassee ..
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'i in Lake Butler Saturday night resulting with Bradford county people Jan. 15 State Treasurer !- "Blue law legislation: ts wrong in I
in the death of a well known the Panama Canal committed a colossal has taken place lately which shows 1 Hurkhait was riddled with bullets to1 John C. Luning lies issued hill theory and fatal In practice" declare
t citizen, father of many children, and I blunder which may one*day put that crime however carefully planned, day by a posse as he stood In the light annual statement for the year ending Kev. J, I.. J. Corrigan S. J., ,professor
)the sorrow of a man, who as an officer ] the American navy at the mercy of 'will be discovered sooner or later and 1 of his own camp fire on the summit December 81, 1920: and the name has of, social ethics at Boston College.
of the law, had to fire a fatal shot Japan or whether in their superior cause the perpetrator to be brought to of Pipeon Roost mountain, nearly forty been published according to law. Tho "These 'blue law' propoxal. ," say
i in self defense. I I, wisdom, they saved billions to this justice. I miles from here and a few miles report contains much information of Father Corrigan, "re-mind us of Pilgrim
Saturday evening drinking and future generations by placing an Miss Mary Ingram a member of I from the scene of the brutal murderof interest doing published in tubular days If we may judge from tho
' oed by disturbances was fo11oW"I I); automatic check upon the size of war the faculty'of the Lake Butler High his wife, with which ho was charged form and shows the total receipts, evil result of such laws in the early
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1 against several men in Lake ships is the question which is exciting School, had board with Mr. and Mrs.I according to officials here tonight. disbursement! \ and balances of each of days us witnessed! to by nn less nn authority ;
V and finally Marshal Shelton Hall and I,! keenest interest among navuj Miller, who keep a boarding! house. I I Burkhart, it is said, hud denied his the various funds handled by the state than. Governor Bradford himself
i 1 Night Marshal Cone were compelledto | perlsat present. ex'I I Mist\ Ingram sustained a stroke of Identity when found by members of treasurer.The nothing of good but, on the contrary -
arrest one of the peace disturbers, I I This dispute is an outgrowth of paralysis, and fearing that she might !Ithe posse but refused to permit thedeputies report shows the grand total much harm may be expected If ,
Mattox by name: Joseph C. Crews I recent announcement of the dimen become the victim of another, confided j to approach when they asked of all funds to be all follows such laws are written again upon the
and several others were much incensed sions of the twelve monster warships to Mrs. Miller 'where she kept a permission to get warm by his fire. Ilnl. on hand Jan. 1, 1020 I,121i.11I.9/I!>! / statute book.
over Mattox's arrest and wanted'I now building for the American navy casket containing jewelry so that it i I Burkhart for whom authorities in Receipts during/ 11(20:! __ 8,835,345.1)7! : ) "History I 1/1 against! the dope and
the officer to set him at liberty. This and opinion appears to be about even- could be found in case of her inability this state have been searching some _-- theories of the Lord's Day Leaguers. a,
they would not do, and entered their ly divided. Some time ago Miss Ingram time, was found it is said on information Total ._ -110,0(11,245.0-1( : I "The Ixrd' Day Leaguers might
car for a trip up town. Mr. Crews, The locks of the Panama Canal are opened the casket and found that the furnlijied officials at Womble Dixb'mcnts during 11120. 8,31)0,204,95) profitably read early Pilgrim: history
then very angry, said to the officers 1,000 feet long, 40 feet deep and 110 diamonds in a ring had been removed j by Jack Nicholson a farmer. Nicholson r . to learn how futile It is to try to leg- r
and their assistants: "You ,all have feet wide. The diamonds had composed a I related that the man, haggard, Bui on hand Den 31, 11120 2.270,95098( ( Male people into moral living,
got your pistols. I'll get. my gun and The new battle cruisers of the Constellation cluster were six in number and of and hungry, appeared at his farm asking There are 53 fund accounted for in "The intolerable effrontery and ad
kill every one of you." He then step' type are 874feet long 31 considerable value. for food and, recognizing him the report and it is interesting to note sumed superiority of these! latter-day
ped briskly to his own car, which stood feet draft and 101 feet 8 1-4 inches Miss Ingram asked Mrs. Miller if from newspaper descriptions he bo that the general revenue fund concluded advocates Puritanic observance I Is
nearby and onto the running board, wide. she knew what had become of the dia iran questioning him as to his identity.: the year with a balance of in line with dozens of other Invasionsof +4
apparently to get a pistol kept in the The new battleships ot tnc North monds. The latter denied any knowledge The man fled according to the farmer $715,250.30, which is more than clou- personal! liberty of lute white a 'g'
car. Mr. Hall then concluded that it Carolina class are 084 feet long, 33 but said that she herself had who immediately went to Womble bio! the amount of cash on hand at determined and well organized minor
was either to shoot ot get shot drew feet draft and' 105 feet wide. been missing several valuables and with his information. the beginning of the year to the credit I I ity huve Imposed their will upon a ma 5 "
nis pistol and' fired twice at Brews, Thb Constellation might be 120 feet that there must be a thief well acquainted A'JIOSS9 was organized and trailed of thin fund. The receipts of the'i jority thus undermining and subverting .
one bullet entering the side and one longer:: and still be able to get through with the premises who was Burkhart to the mountain camp where general revenue fund during the year the very fundamentals of democrat "
,the abdomen fatally wounding him. the canal but if she were four feet the purloiner. Miss Ingram notified he' was sighted with his buck to a amounted to $2.RfiCi.31(1.7fl! ( and the disbursements jlovl'rnm"IIt'IInd imperiling the -\
The wounded man was rushed to wider she would have to steam 12,000 Sheriff Epperson and the chief of po I tree and u revolver in his hand. Ef- amounted to $2,500,0( ." American freedom itself. Fanatical "
Jacksonville on the next train and. miles around Cape Horn, in order to lice of Lake Butler and these officers forti to induce hint to surrender falling 87. minorities ore always dangerous, but
placed in a hospital, where he died the mass from the Atlantic to the Pacific.! \ had been watching events in the hope officials related, he was ordered The pension tax fund slate road hover more so than when they fancy ,
next day, although: everything was : Rear Admiral.D. T. Taylor, regarded of catching the thief. % to raise his hands.! 'He complied, but tux fund l and the drainage bond fund that they are doing the will of the
done to save him. I I by many as the foremost naval Then Ktlll held the revolver and it was shot were the o.ly.fulldli of the entire lot Lord r
an event took tnat ranks
A coroner's jury was empanelled, structor of the world says the North with those we read place of in detective( from his hand HP picked up the weapon other thon the general revenue fund, "It is n fact of human iiistory and
and the evidence was so much in Carolina and the other ships of her stories Mrs. Miller who is k Wes and attempted to shoot it i I. said, having expenditures amounting to experience explain it how you please
Hull's favor that he was exonerated class will pass through the canal, even tern woman has a son In Arizona and the posse opened Ii reoDUl'khart's more than $1,000,000) each for thoyear. that extreme provoke extremes, The
the verdict being justifiable homicide. though there will be only two and a who does not, seem to walk, "the connection with the murder rule Is inevitable. When restraint
I From Monday' Times-Union we reproduce half feet of water on either side of I, straight and narrow path." lie wrote of his wife it is asserted, was established The pension tax fund had a balance become Intolerable, reaction, like the
f the following information her when she does it. her lately that he was in trouble and through a letter he I I. alleged of $35(1,470i( ( on January 1, 1920; ,'e'l swing of u pendulum sets In. The
t about the relatives of the dead man Naval experts agree, however that needed money. His mother sent him a to have sent Hurry A. Martin, of ceipts of $1,002,269.73:! and ' : real danger from such restrictive and
j tj and the disposition of the remains: the limit of beam has been reachedin ten dollar bill in a letter and stated Jacksonville, Fla., 'brother of Mrs. diture of fl,042,91)1.37) leaving a balance repressive! legislation apart from It*
:I Joseph C. Crews,.42 years of age, a the North Carolina and that if that the day following she would send Burkhart, telling of the crime and his on Doe. 31 of $405,739.02. I' injustice U the fact that it gives rise QA
! well known resident of Lake Butler, ships are to pass through the canal him, secreted in a package of photographs intention to end his own life. The The state road tax fund had a balance 'I. to contempt for all law
I, died in this city yesterday, after a locks as they now stand they must six diamond of considerable woman' body was found a few dllYsall'o. of $131,((179.58 on January Ij; receipts "When there are upon the statute
short illness. The deceased is survived Martin arrived here from Flor of $t4,135.2: ( ; expenditure of
not exceed the 105 foot breadth .car' value which he must be discreet 'indisposing book measure which are not sustained
, by seven children: Mrs. Ethel tied by the North Carolina. of and try to get all he ida today and went to Womble to' $1,000,321.25.! [ and a balance on Docember by popular sentiment and public K
I Pearce, of Jacksonville Miss Mabel Because of the great length of coastline could for. When the letter arrived at claim the body of his sister. 31 of $05,49..lj:! opinion all law lose respect: and
Crews, Miss Nancy Crews James E., it is highly essential from a stra- its! destination the young man was in The drainage bond fund had a bul- comes into contempt, It I I. the same
1 Joseph R:, Jessie J., and Ernest E. tegic point of view that American jail for robbery, and the sheriff read COWART-KELLY; once of $14(1( ,((140.4!) on January 1 ; receipts 'when), law. are not enforced, nave to
4 Crews of Lake Butler. The body was warships be able to pass quickly from the letter lie could understand that of U,01Ir,3\.3:1: : ; expendituresof I the extent of causing irritation and
-i, prepared for burial by Funeral .Direc the Atlantic to'the Pacific. If this the diamonds In question. had not been flli,40.5fl!) (! and a balance on hand resentment, law suffer in tho respectof
'f tor Marcus Conant and, accompaniedby should become impossible expertssay gotten honestly and he sent the let Madison, Jan. 13.-An event of unusual )Doc 31 of $71,813.2(1.( the community and the result I I. a
! relatives will\ be forwarded at the of the would and most cordial interest! to .
strength navy ter to( the chief of police of Lake But reaction of crime
j 10:20 o'clock this morning to Lake need to be virtually doubled in orderto ler. When Chief Hall had read it, he their many hundreds of friend in THE NEW ROAD) DEPARTMENT "Many keen students of ,our social
;i":; Butler for interment.MISCELLANEOUS afford ample protection to both the I. phoned Sheriff Epperson who went Madison and throughout the state : problem think that. the present crime
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" east and west coasts. there Saturday and arrested Mrs. Mir1 was the lively and beautiful weddingof I Governor Ilarclce; has appointed five !I wave in the country I I. duo, in large
SHOWER FOR Japan is reported to be planning ler. Miss Delores Kelly and Mr. Ray good business men as members of the I measure, to that very defect in the
MISS EPPERSONMiss warships which compare favorably in Brought before County Judge Green mond E. Cowart at the home of thebride'll state mail department. They have Volstead prohibition. laY(. Sabbatarian
size speed and armament with the !Mrs. Miller confessed' that she had! parents, in this city Wednes' | been successful In their own alfah'lIand ( Sunday regulation would certainly -
Jessie Thomas and Miss Ina best of the American fleet Great i purloined the diamonds though she day afternoon January 12. Only avery we arc confident that they will provoke violent disobedience cad
Alderman entertained informally on Britain has not yet decided upon a : professed not to understand why she few of the most intimate friendsand I apply, the Rood' judgment and the en- cynical disregard for the law. It
Wednesday irfternoon, from five to new building program but recent dispatches had done so, and sent them to her son. relative were Invited to witnessthe I orgy that they have made personally would bn fanatical'' Idiocy' to enact
seven, at the home of Mrs. O. J. Griffin from London indicate a She was held to appear before the ceremony. I sucrssful to the management of tho them.
on North Walnut street the affair strong feeling there that -the British spring term circuit court on bond\ of Promptly at 4 o'clock Mrs. J. N. road Interests of the state. We congratulate "If the ministry! of our Sabbatarian'
being a miscellaneous shower In navy should equal that of the United $1,000, which was furnished By this McArthur rendered the beautiful solo, Governor Hardeo on his up- clergy has broken down, a little soul
honor of Miss Eva Epperson whose States and Japan combined. time the diamonds have probably been as only Mrs. McArthur can In her inImitable ': pointment and we look for a capable searching will probably reveal that
marriage to Mr. George A. Anderson While other nations may deem it returned to their rightful owner. sweet voice At Dawning. after and vigorous administration of the the true cause of the deflection among
will be an event of the near future. desirable that their warships be'able which, to the joyous strains of the I important department these men will I their flocks 1 III that the preaching of
The hall was decorated with potted to negotiate the Panama Canal, It l is LEE'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVED AT wedding march which pealed forth under -| manage religion: and the charity of Christ have
plants and the spacious parlor was pointed out that only the United HIGH SCHOOL the skillful fingers: of'tho pianist 'I The road department has )been so been supplanted' in their pulpits by
beautiful with vines and handsome States has really compelling reasons I Mrs. McArthur the bride entered tho f!, kaleidoscopic In Its personnel! that it social uplift and civic harangues.
pink japonicas. Suspended from the for designing vessels with that end in Wednesday being the anniversaryof I parlor unattended, and was met at I I would be indefinite to speak of the
chandelier was a large, white wedding view. the birth of Robert E. Lee the historian the altar by the groom. The always old board. The majority of the members FLORIDA ADJUTANT GENERAL
bell ornamented with the glowing: Considerations of economy would of W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. admired and most beautiful ring ceremony I of the outgoing board were not MAN OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE
urge the United States to stick to her C., arranged the following program of the Methodist church was in office long enough to show what
dca. policy of constructing only ships that which was given the morning exercises used. The ceremony was performedby they could do. The board as it was St. Augustine, Jan. 13.-Adjutant
The guests were amused with a can pass'from the Atlantic to the Pa- of the Bradford High School: the Rev. W. T. Bruntlcy pastor of constituted a year ago mad the mistake General Charles I'. Lovell has returned
geography and a physiology game. cific without the necessity of a 12,000 Song Suwannee River-School., the First Methodist church of this of not going ahead with the I to St. Augustine after an official
Miss Doris Law acting as teacher and mile detour round the horn. If she Scripture reading and prayer-Prof. city in a most impressive manner. I means at Its disposal for making visit trf Tallahassee where he conferred t
the questions being in the form of a does that some naval men are'asking S..S. Dowling. During the ceremony Traumerel was roads, but Instead laid plans more extensive with Governor llardee on import ,
school examination. Instrumental what is to prevent other powers from I'rcsentation of the pictures of Jefferson rendered softly and most touchingly than could be carried out, and ant military matter in the Interest of
music was rendered by Misses Ethel building warships of sufficient size Davis and Lafayette to the by Mrs McArthur.The I trusted to the uncertainty of an election the National Guard of Florida. ,
Griffin Mona Alderman Elizabeth armor and armament to outclass our school-Mis* Olive Ray altar arrangement was one of for securing ample means. Tho General: Lovull who hall had a vast
Brownlee and Iris Epperson. fighting craft 7 Poem, ,The Sword of Lee-Mrs. J. rare beauty being composed of white people of Florida thought they were amount of military experience. and
Presenting the gifts was done in a On the other hand, there are those C.: Diggs. pedestals twined with Southern smil- ( askod for too much nnd so the Times- knowledge, has been somewhat handicapped y
very pretty manner, the popular brideto who profess to believe the limitations Paper Robert E. Lee-Mrs, LutherG. ax and banked with beautiful baskets Union thought and] thus thin board in taking over tho military affairs -
be was seated directly under the Imposed by the canal will operate to Powell. filled with chrysanthemum and car I founrid itself rich in plans but with of the state for the reason, that
white wedding bell in a chair which check the warlike ambitions of all na Sorg,Dixie-School. nations. The general color scheme of nothing to carry them out. hill predecessor! in office was npt at
had been decorated quite elaboratelywith tions. Competition in naval construction The framed pictures of Jefferson decorations was green and yellow ar- I We believn\! the member of the new headquarters to turn the important c
white crepe paper and pink ja- has been terrific in the last twen Davis and the Marquis do Lafayettewere tistically and most attractively ar' I beard will use the money they have in. office over to his successor. However
ponicas. Little S. R. Johns Jr actedas ty years. The Oregon regarded as a given through the kindness of ranged. i I, hand to build roads.. and to build them with the aid of the office force at
express man and came in drawinga miraculous achievement when she was Mr. II. C. Richard and are a hand- The bride' dress was a beautiful without unnecessary delay. No state headquarters here, General Lovell I II
white express wagon which bore the launched was superceded by bigger some addition to the pictures hanging traveling suit of brown Duvel Do I, i in the Union would" /chore beriefitted fast getting: in touch with all sign, "Anderson-Epperson Express." and more powerful vessels, until now on the walls of the auditorium. Lnine, with hat and accessories to than Florida by a system of rood ment of the adjutant general': headquarters -
The wagon was loaded with gifts: of we have the Constellation nearly four match and her flowers was a corsage I roads and few state have a* little and will commence at once
linen, silver, cut glass and useful ar- times the size of prize craft of Span' BAPTIST bouquet of bride' rose and valley I money us Florida with which to pay upon, real constructive work.
ticles for the kitchen. ish-American war days. lilies. I for roads. The board now In office Is The National Guard of Florida In
The hostesses served a delicious icu I. This destructive competition, in ship Dr. Julian1 S. Roberts will supply The bride/ in the only daughter of not composed of men who nigh for not nearly up to the full quota allowed -
course, being assisted in serving by building which is impoverishing manyof pulpit at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Pus- Judge and Mrs. James R. Kelly, and i the unattainnblo. They are men who by federal laws and u number of a
Misses Audrey Johns Ethel Griffin, the nations will go on, some officers tor away in meeting. Is one ofi Madison's most attractive I will do the best they can with the additional companies will soon be ad
Doris Law, Mona Alderman and Mildred I believe unless some check is In' Sunday school 10 a. m. and sweetest young ladies and! Mr. I means at their disposal and we 'I>n- m iU..I. The adjutant general hall applications
Crosby terposed from the outside. In the capacity B. y P. U., 6:30 p. m. Cowart I III to be most heartily congrat licvc they can do u* much with the from several cities to orironlye '
The invited guests included Misses I I of the Panama Canal, they pro' Midweek services 730 Wednesday ulated upon his good fortune in winning means" at their disposal an any other companies or units mid the full
Mona Alderman, Doris Law, Mildred fess to sue such a check and they be- night. this charming/ and bdiytlful : five nien in I'loriclu. force of ntut'e guard will soon be in
Crosby Doris Scott Adine Watson, I lieve the nations will welcome It. Jan, 30th, night union service with young lady for hi* )ifs.'* companion. As WP understand It there is a considerable hurni'MH for any futuro emergencies
Iris EPPMloli. Free Wynn, Elizabeth It would be possible, of course, to Presbyterian to honor Dr. Lander. I Mr. Cnwart i 18 one of Madison's/ moat sum of money already at tho General Lovell will keep. in close touch
Brownlec, Audrey Johns, Louie: Fernandez I widen the canal locks but only at a Feb. fith, first service'of evangelistic enterprising young business men and il.<|)i>tal of tho board. Thin should be with Governor llardee and also with
Blanche Alderman, Vlvirette I tremendous expense\ of time, labor and meeting Hev. E. M. Henderson, I! !III connected with the First National exchanged for roads us quickly a* the! the war department' nt Washington
Floyd, Margaret Long, Ruby Mac money. of Jacksonville Evangelist. Bank of thin city holding the very change can ha made economically. We relative i.o further allotments for the
Poppell Carrie Holley;\ Ethel Griffin, Second year $75.000,000! closes April' Important position of seer'r. *".nt cash do not recommend a haste that mnkoi state of Florida in military 4nattcrs.
Lena Quigley, Cassis White, Olive ;METHODIST\ 30th. 'I'her, Mr. Cowart 1 III a younf man nt, waste but w<' do object to u delay that ;j
and Amelia Hay, Grace Shcldiake, of BLANCHARD D. LAW, I sterling\! manhood and integrity of ,, mean/ undue postponement' of facilities GAVE HAD CHECKS FOR MOONSHINE '
Philadelphia; Mesdames B. D. Law Sunday school, 10 a. 111''., L. A. Davis Pastor I character and numbers his friends by the people, of Florida should havea
O. G Cooper, A W. Anderson O. J.I superintendent. hill acquaintance After this ceremony. | soon as possible.The I -
Griffin, E M. Davis G. W. Alderman, |I I Preaching. 11 a. nu and 7:30 p, m. HONORING: BRIDE ELECT ; they worn tho recipient of federal aid that hall been extended Judging from rumors currant in
W. J Epperson. Epworth League, i:45: p. m. -- I many hearty congratulations and! departed to tho status In road building Stuikt the "moonshine" business has ,
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 In compliment to Miss ova: Epperson for Jacksonville and other has been given on condition that the I its dark hours. It is said that buyers! )
PRESBYYTERIAN p. m. I whose marriage to Mr. Gel:>. A. point on the East Coast for a tour of states' make appropriations.. We from Jacksonville and other points
Get the habit of church going. Anderson will be an event of fan 20, several days !Mr. und Mr*. Cowart''' think the state should treat the counties have been passing spurious checks for k
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Lesson J. C DIGGS 1921 Mrs. G. A. Epperson and dough- bear with them the love and esteem j in a similar way and help only large supplies of Bradford county 1
.Matt. 20:17-28. Pastor. will entertain at a miscollaneou and sincerest good wishes of their''' such a* help themselves except in brew. Losse recently sustained in
i Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject' Paul's shower Monday afternoon January ; hosts of friends for a Ion !gaud happy case where a county in no conditionto this way are said to aggregate $1700.
,Desire for Israel eIW\ THANKS 24th from 4 to G o'clock. married life. (I do much road building, has a What action If any will be takento 4
Sermon at 7:30: p. m. Subject, Advantage The guests will include the bride's The bride was born In Starko and. stretch of reed Important) to the completion recover on the check I Is not yet
! of a Godly Life. We wish to thank the good peopleof friend in Lake Butler.Hon. spent her earlier year her, where of systems already! built. We known though, it I is understood that
Player: meeting Wednesday evening I Graham who assisted us in the I her father was In the law practice. ': hope that before next fall it will be the sheriff haG warrants for some of t x--
I followed by choir practice. sickness! and death of our little four- A, V. Long of Palatka was She i* a niece of Mrs. A. S. Crews. much easier for motorists to get Into the bad check people, and there maybe
"0 come, let us sing unto the Lord." month old son, Eugene May God here Toetday afternoon and Wednesday The Telegraph join the many friends I Florida than It is now.-Timcu-Unlon. interesting development. ,
Fsa. 95:1. bless them all. attending to business, and while of the newly wedded couple, in wl h' I ... i I
! : DAVID LANDBR. Mr and Mrs. II. T. Thomas andFamily. in the city wa'the guest of his moth' Ing: them a long and happy married I. Miss Casslo White spent yesterday Abe Besent spent Tuesday in the
Minister. I er-in-law Mrs J. I. Brownlee. life. i In Jacksonville with friends. metropolis.
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PACE EIGHT BRADFORD CUUNTY, TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA.
FRIDAY.. JANUARY 21, 1921.

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__ ..- 1920 Brooker Ugh School 1921 I According to a statement made lat
Poor Mack!
I'. Pupil.tBluebeard night by Mr. Williams, his sister Wi
UOBSON They've landed him! recently swindled out of $aoo
by .
I '4 County News Items! of Grain.Pinholder.Lot Yea! slick manipulator. She had also beer,

Low Verdie haystackIneeda Dobson, Jan. 21Mr. and Mrs. G. Jes like he Bays unfortunate in some other deals, in,
A, Johnson made a busines strip to lie lands Mr. Williams ascribes her rash
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j lake Butler Saturday. The big uns- these facts
r IUrtinf fact cather- During the Week by OurRegular Let Am Fog. J I Johnnie Hurst has returned home From Benny's Pool. 'It is apparent that after
1 Teacher i these .
r.. J.I'!.... Gorre.pondentaa Motto: ,Sit Gray apart as D and But he's had it to him
county. I coming ;
I and finally came to the conclusion
the'
I.I.Il. , \ TIIERESSA M. H. Hurst Is en the sick list this I And, besides the attorney was deceiving her. A
: week. It's too good to keep which she

''P 1f a J.' LAWTEY i itN :i ported a nice time. Theressa, Jan. 21,-Rev. C. J. Brun- Miss Lossie Hurst and brother attended -He' been! the wiggler, note staling, she did not left possess for her the brat is>! ur,>r

Mrs C. M. Andreu and children, er, of Lake City, filled his regular church at Cypress Grove Sun Too long, age to 'stick around in the world an
I appointment
1 awtey, Jan. 21.--J. H. Moore was llarley and Pay, were shopping in at the Baptist church Sat- day.Wm. And the fishing bO.II.'Round longer," referred to the lawyer as a

,i' a business visitor to I'lunt City first Ilrooker Saturday. urday and Sunday. '. D. Hurst attended church at town "crook."
,; week Messrs. T. B. and J. V, Edwards Cypress Grove Saturday.Mr. Have been the wiggles,
of tho
Mrs Hall boarded the
part W G. Seals] Jacksonvillevas ferry boat
of ] at
' Entirely too long they say.
}, Mrs. W. L. Overstreet and children and C. M. Andrea attended to business and Mrs. Judson Hurst were the foot of Main street and
visiting his friend, W. A. Jones herea Now went at
they've reversed
I 'lIant City Last week in Starke !Monday. at Cypress Grove Sunday attending
}
returned
to | to the deck.
few once upper Passenger
days during last week.E. The order
: of things
,
annual Mrs. T. S. Willis and children vis net-vires.
t attended th
Thode !
i K. H. j here stated later that the woman
C. heresy and family moved last And life the planet! up
on
;i' relatives in the Five Mile rectionSunday.
: River Confer
the St. Johns i Johnnie
,,1 session of Hurst was A visitor to Baker her stated later that the woman
: week to Lung Bridge) where they will Is again approaching normal :ap! '
; ". ..:. cute of the Methodist. church at l>eLntid mnke their future home. county Sunday afternoon.! lie went huntin'lSho' til the boat had reached mid-strcam

.1\' 't last week, J't.turnlnahome first I Willard Raborn was a business visItor .*- j P. M. Geiger motored to Waldo Charlie Shaw and John Denmark did! then raised her hands and J'I\I' ., i

( of this week. to Worthington Saturday. Thursday afternoon.R. made a business trip to Macclenny Don't know what he wuz huntin headlong into, the water. The 1rm
.il:' \i'J.' E. Brown spent In ft week in I II. Thursday sounded and the boat's ...
I BROOK En M. heresy was a visitor to.tho But he fcho went huntin', was el.
,J-1 1 Jacksonville on business M.. H. Hurst made business were slowed. When the body wai
I." county metropolis Wednesday a trip 'Case he had a pee of shells)) "
'a+ !Mr; and Mrs. W. A. UuboBc of Brookrr, Jan. 21.:-E. B. Andreu Sr. D. W. !Moore motored to Hampton to Lake Butler Wednesday. A pair of lejrgins, covered it was brought to thl'l:/ 11;.
Ptnike, were visitors to Lnwtcy Sul- Friday' afternoon on business. A hunting coat sonville landing.
Wlllcford attending busyness
spent a few days at
4, uri'ay I business.A. Mrs. T. B. Trient was a visitor to A thermos bottle
. Miss. Enza Blanchard returned to to day.
Palatka
Wednesday, guest of her And-
Shaw of Gainesville, spent
B.
!". her! work lit 1'almetto last week! after hero. daughter, !Mrs. A. Kalch. I Miss Gertrude Denmark, of Baker A gun!
, '+;r; upending the holiday here at the Sunday
and Mrs. E. L. Crosby and family spent thewt'l'kt'nd C. Sullivan was transacting business county spent the weekend with her He hasn't s*>d-
ho-ve of her parent Mr at Cooler Pond with rela in the county metropolis Saturday sister Mrs. Effie Hurst. Yet-
I I 'i' A. M. Ulanchard. tives. Sam Pobson and family, of Olustee, What he toted the gun. for. -

,:'" i, I Ftarke Mrs. Thuuday.I J. 1. Allen. was a \lnitor to -L.::-:A." brown was transacting business R. M. Hersey was a visitor toI1amjton were Sunday.'guests of his brother, Lewis, SomethingTo Maybe he needed ,, "'NE"'L( -

Thursday
I, ( last week with' In Starke\one\ day last week. Oad Dobbs of maintain hliEquilibrlum BOND
: Daniel Futch spent<< Manning, made a bus
"t : Quite a number of folks attendeda \ H. E. Moorer was transacting bus-
relatives In Raiford. iness trip to Lake Butler Saturday. -
1 I chicken pilau at the home of E. B. mesa in Jacksonville Saturday.The .
f A. A. Stokes, of Jacksonville visited Whatever this Is-
Andreu Sr. Wednesday night. Those W M. U. held their regular
Jetterheads&wckpes
:' y, his parents here Friday. HOW IK THEY GET TIl6SE WAYS Bill said
prt"llent' reported a fine time meeting at the Baptist church Wed
pr S. W. Leach of Jacksonville, was a'r That was it
I Mrs P. M. Barefoot was on the sick afternoon. -
nesday
' { After he caw
:' visitor to Lawtry Sunday.
r;, 1 Quite a number of crates of straw.berries list last week. Dr. Middleton, of Starke, made a I Time Scene: Any A shoe time.store. Slack's y
:
1 were whipped from Lawtey 71)08 attending Grand Lodge in business trip here Friday afternoon.Mr. Discovered Lady enters and seats Thermos bottle. 'eadsGiveUslbur
:
e last week Jacksonville from here this week! are Humphrey and daughter Miss Anyway, he went
herself bench in
O. r. Sapp was a business. visitor P. M. Barefoot, R. T. Osteen, Eldon Blanche, and Mrs. Elva Lee Abernathy walks on Center. Clerk Huntin'.

f 4, ; to Stsrkc Saturday. Baxter and L. A. Brown. of Brooklyn, attended church here up Got in the field
L v Mrs. G. U. Te lon and daughter, of Ben Crosby spent last week in Sunday morning Lady: "1 should. like to try on some And tried to fit ,

1. Jacksonville. visited relatives in Law Gainesville taking the civil service exminfttlon. We are, sorry to report that our shoes please." A reel Orders forHintingt
f tey last week. merchant, P. M. Geiger is on the sick Clerk: "Yes ma'am; what size" On his gun.

;}i Miiis Ilessie Terry returned homed I E, I.. Crosby and family left Tuesday list this week.' His many friends wish. Lady: (glancing oer her shoulderat Said he wanted -

i 3 last week from J.'kllom'i1hwht're for Jacksonville where they will 1 him a speedy, recovery.J. another lady farther down on benchspeaks To make a cast' ,

"Sue has been employed as bookkeeper I' make their future home. We regret M. Mitchell of Stark(, was a vis. in moderately loud tones) "I With the latestIn .
!f', for several months very much losing this estimable family itor here Friday afternoon. think I wear three's." lures, -

,i Clifton Drown, of Gainesville spent but wish them much success i in S. B. Woodard was looking after Clerk looks at lady's feet, then winksat In that fine pool,

r Saturday and Sunday at the home of their new home.Ir. business affairs in Hampton Saturday girl cashier. After looking rows Where he wore

his parents Or. and Mrs. G. W. Brown and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and Mr.) Sowell of Brooklyn, attended. of bores over and running up stepladder He heard a 10-pounder strike. a
p Miss Eldredg. Reddish who Is Ion Paul, spent Sunday at Grahamwith church here Sunday morning.C. a time or two, he extracts a Bill took a look at

? !' teaching school at Highland, spent the relatives.Chesley A. Voungblood was a business. pair of number five's and a pair of The fence, seer Up.'

r weekend with homefolk. Fog, of Graham, was a visitor to Hampton Monday. ,five and a half's. The ditch, Don't spend jour time mopping cj

I .;: Alex Ott, of Jacksonville\ visited business visitor here Saturday and Mr: and Mrs. Jim Koon of Waldo, Seating himself on box at lady's Then looked at the sunbeams with a moody free, at
i relatives in Ijtwtey Friday. Sunday afternoons. wee guests: Sunday at the home of her feet, clerk puts five and a half's on I Mack r : blotter absorbs ink. Don't itl'k!

r: .' : James Starling was a visitor to !Mrs. Dave Dukes and sl.terIMI.! parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, 1'. Padgett.S. her. They fit perfectly. At his leggins, around as solemnly lIa an owl. Crack

(II Jacksonville Friday and Saturday.: Leila Godwin, of Alachua, are spending R. Swindel loaded and sent off a Clerk: "Those are three and a half's J His coat a smile If It breaks your bean and

I". J. A. Swarti. of Jacksonville spent a few days here this week with car of fine cabbage. the first of the ma'am but they are a good fit." His gun, don't be BO cross, crabbed: and cruntj.
! j Sunday at his home here. relatives week. Lady (loudly): "Oh! my feet must His thermos bottle If you are wedded" \ to worry, unillc- will
I The annual Installation of officers Remember services at the Freewill W. W. Packham and family were be. growing! Still these shoes feel Then scared away get you a divorce. Cheer op you riu

of Law tey lodge: F & .\. M., was held Baptist church Saturday and Sundae guests of relatives at Waldo Sunday. just a little large. What size are the The woodpecker rutL:eoo. Iu""r an I

( at the Masonic hall Thursday eveninas Ridenour.'Of Orange Heights, Jphn McKinney, of Sampson City, others T"CJt'rk Pecking on the fence I
: follows\ : gfilled his appointment here Sunday. was a visitor here Sunday.Mr. : "Three's, ma'am." And sadly led him away. I

: O. R. Sapp, W M. Mrs. 1'. M. Barefoot was in Alarhua and Mrs. Ed Smith and children Lady (taking five's !in hands): "Oh! And then, HALf' YOUR

'/ ,i' % E II. C. Padgett, S. W. Saturday. of Gainesville were guests Sun- what a lovely design on the toes I And We placed him LIVING

)I', ': tt i R. I. Grime, J. WW Quite a number of teachers from day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. they are my favorite color, too. I'll Where he could
I F. Godwin, Treasurer. this county are expected at the meeting Swindel. them Take a crack (
try on. WITHOUT
I 4 I ;r' E. B. Wells, Secretary. to be held here Saturday. R. M. and J. L. King were ,visitors After five minutes hard work with At the birds MONEY{ COST

f'' 4 A. H. Harley, S. n.i Monday being Mrs. Barefoot' birthday to the county metropolis Monday af the help] of talcum and shoe horn, the As they flew over. '

i A J. I.. HarrrU.\ J. n.n. the young folks of Brooker chaperoned ternoon. clerk squeezes feet into five's. Going off, Cttn PrOductl'I'1; Can Be Cut r i

\ r. .' D. Boyer Chaplain. by Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. W. A Jones was a visitor to Hampton Lady leaves store with teeth tightly We heard a report In' Half By Food And Grain'
I II \ '. Qha. Dinkins. S. S. Mr. and Mrs. 1. W. PinhoKer and Monday.Mr. set to keep from/limping as she Like a Big Bertha, Making And Saving
I \ ; L. A. MalT, J. S. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward gave her a and Mrs. J. S. Griner of Brooklyn walks. And looking backSaw

, 1 Geo.! Futch Marshal. surprise party. After music and were in our burg Monday.Mr. But she has the satisfaction of the birds Atlanta Georgia.-(Special.)-"HlgH
At; 4. Jesse Reddish, Tyler. games were played hot chocolate and I and Mrs. Robert Reddish of knowing she wears number three's! Still flying prices for cotton, such as we tad i
}, : 1 Immediately after theIn.tallatlon cake were served. Those present were Waldo, were guests Monday at the And Slack year ago newt reasonably be expected
,j b' the members of the lodge with theirfamilies MNsest Marguerite! Shrives Leila home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger. When woman, lovely woman, A-eling ?, for a long l time to come. European

I d! : t and some invited friends, re- Fogg: Eunice! and Lorene Haien, Ella Mr. and Mrs A. A[..Williams, of Decides to have her way; With all his mightAt cauatries that normally use halt our l ;

I t'4, r' faired to( the lower' << room where oysters Mae Haxen., Mans Andrea Ona Ritw.nl a Hampton, were",visitors here Sunday The wisest, men, we've noticed, what he thought crop paralyzed are ao thoroughly a buslaess dtsorgaulnedaid that)

': .1, J. were served in all styles and a Ila Belle and Jennie! Maude afternoon Always have naught to say. Was his reel they will art be able to take way the

I tr, i t"nJo'ablf1l'\'t'nlnf! was spent. nCrosby., Clara Cone Lubedia Pinhol Johnnie Williamson, of Lake Butler Yet we can't help thin'kinglIen To make another cast usual quantities and pay high priest

t Jf": t. ( Rev. E. I). Boyer, chaplain of the titer Edyth and Hate! Warren A'lrgieHunter spent Sunday here with friends. .\\ scents like this we note In an hour or two, for my year to com," said. H 0 i Ii

i I"" lodge, delivered the 'add",.. of welcome Grace Fogg Lottie Gainey, J. V. Jones and Mrs. Ethel:Kit*, ofStarkt' Despite the bluff she put up, Returning Hustlagi President of the great j)

.I ' 1 to the ladies present as follows; Mesdames Godwin and Dukes, of Ala motored through here Sunday She really is the goat ; I We found Mack 8ontkatera. Fair. . __.. f fa
; I esteem it a great pleasure as well j chug Messrs, Ardell and Ben Crosby afternoon Gainesville Sun. Sitting. on a log u.u .nu.nOIl wnlcn" we c"nuul
as an honor conferred upon me to Fred Haxen Vaocoe Haxen. Ce- Said Farmer Brown's control, calls for lower costs ot task t:
I make the address of welcome to the phus Barrel! Ray Andreu. Hugh But GRAHAM A.big bald eagle swooped down and Mule lag cotton aa well as reduction In cat- \'

J ladies on this occasion, and we asui Crosby, Wesley. Gilliard. Wilson attacked little Evelyn Gick at Tampa Had kicked him to* acreage The quickest taleitaafl : .

i 1 you there ii is not anything that ' reand I Livingston Russ, Carl Ward, and Graham Jan. :21.! -E. J. Murrhe last night at dusk, as she was.. trudg- On the shoulder most effective way to reduce cotton ,',
maklag cost Is to on on
{ ain'IS half so much pleasure ai your Clyde Cone.Misfte was a business visitor to Sampson ing with her little brother and a small Right where own) acraa every pound produce of (food grab f'
1. delightful presence, which to us I is as I II VedaVataon and Marguerite City Sunday. dog. A man living nearby hearing He held the gun. and forage needed for family, tenantiaa
I r "l'l'lflaf gold in pictures -of silver, Shriver and Messrs. Fred Haien O. ". Dyal was a business visitor the children screaming, secured a gun We looked aroundAt < laborer and live stock.
\ and with our word changed we.. say and Lewis Shrives were in Gainesville to Brooker Monday. and killed die bird which had retreated the carpetOf "The situation requires chicken I

with" the poet Tuesday afternoon. Marvin Ogden and Roy Roberta to a nearby tree. It measured six shells.Then bogs, milk cows and acres ot corn,

"!:.ivea of all great women remind us Section Foreman Bennett of Yulee. : went to Raiford !Monday. feet from tip to tip. looked some more Oat*, wheat forage and miscellaneous 1

We can make our lives sublime i is here this week relieving P. At. Bare I Mrs. Ed Parrish and children WC'Nplt'a..n And then some more, crop from, which to feed them i
All Last, but not least, in Importance
visitors to A TONICGrove' around
Sampson City
And departing leave behind us.Footprints foot.Mrs. on the home which U
vegetable garden
Rainey spent the week-end at Tuesday. For the
on the and of tim" Tasteless chill Tonic restores game. tllA quickest and cheapest source of
Willeford with relatives John Starling was in Sampson City He looked at u.,
e' As the dew refreshes the fto'll..nand Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Hague Tuesday.Mr. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and And then-Amen! food In the world.
+' Enriching the Blood. "Mo.t folk here in the South don'ttake
When e'
the stars like ao many beautiful spent Sunday here with their parents and Mrs. Gid Sparkman of you fed iu the home seriously and ;
garden
adorn and brighten the heavens J. S. I tftngthl .Invigorating effect bowIt .:
rem Forsyth and family are occupy Louise were here Wednesday see THE ROn ARE COMING thereby make a great- mistake. There
al' your lives cheer up and brightenour ing the cottage of E. J. Ward. Roan Goolsby and John Gilliard\ bring color to the cheeks and bowit are too many of the nick and a print
darkest night truer does the : Mr. and Mrs. L. W. son of .Ala were visitor here Wednesday. improve the appetite, you "1U then Next he' sort of gardens and mighty few
I sun and moon by day and night give: : ,'bu., spent Wednesday here with Dan Byrd was a business visitor to appreciate! its true tonic value. Wednesday night, at 7:45.: .f tie real sure enough; klad. "I
.
to "" ..cloud\ a silver lining than doesy their parent. Sampson City Thursday Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic: is Starke people will again have the "We have been told repeatedly 1 by> .1'

.r ,ar amil! and sympathy enable us I, Miss Edna Baxter spent the weekend Blot Parrish, of Sampson City, was Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup.simply So pleasure to hear the good music discoursed those wko plan and prepare tor a r>tlgarda. :;'.
to "De still and P It

J't"Othat behind the loud the san'r I Joe Warren after spending<< a few O. W. Pyal was in Waldo Saturday I nerds QCIMNE: to Purify it and IRON to the Boys' Industrial Home, :Macon.: replaated through the season thai It ,1<
till Mnhig." ',' week here with, his brother, H. S, Enrich it. Destroys Malarial Ga The Gaiety Theatre will be the furalake halt the family living at "
Qitern Either in all of her Warrpn. I Grip germs and place and the admission will be free, mes.y coat except) the mall amount
grac returned to Guilford wherehe Miss Ruby Pyal germs by its Suengtbeainfr
spent): Saturday InvigocUng I *.
for
and! beauty stood before the king, hold a position with the naval with relatives at ZiS. Eft'< the garden sb
winning. not only his approval but stares company of that place Fat Prevail and support of this institution. Don't the la. or rather goad
I wife visited relatives I earliest planted. It brines
that of the King of Hwtven, also. Soywr J. "1:. demon was transacting\ bus! in Waldo Tuesday .I mitt this delightful event. the .quickest. It start cutting store

lire of equal grace and beauty? : 'sass. in Starke last week",", :Mr. and Mrs:: O. W. Pyal were busi- Seeds SLEEPS l Dun (or food the first week ai' HII
win our respect admiration and love I I F.. J. Ward is doing some repa'rwork tress caller to the county seat Thursday I 1921 j{} TO HER DEATH FROM I* ready to use A little lai bait
and! w..* doff our hats to you as well ascrovn on Mi Mute. : Catalog Free FERRY BOAT ON ST. JOHNS or more needed for the t&lle c "I

yon queen in our hearts and Tip Top Lfteranr rroRram\: for Friday ,Walter Edmond-toe. of Sampson Its out.of the garden.!
lioa-ss, and that the :Master J ready now. IK aaadvoaelj Il. !Mr. "If II
say hand \ftervra.sr was here Saturday afternoon. lustrated of Mary Hall of Jacksonville. Com1 rightly ended and re:
mad tfe* Master stroke when H* too k I Song No. !toftkitatio..npa.1 Lee Pyal, of Ziff, peat tu weekend ;I : -.rden. pages n >.... Tkt..sw worth walls catalog need'maJ sifted Suicide Account of I1n..,- npidl. .* food all summer ate thl
rate rib from and made the most j i,i vial] curios I above dally needs c:
man Lewis with his grandparseets! Mr. and we i. wiT.. U Un most \'alo .tU: a d Trouble inye/,
.,' m",ftt\, the most lovely the"" wont Readlnt-Ltwik H rrn. Mr*. O. W. Pyal. I book ever J'ttbUeh. It ooualss the cane or Is dried for winter ,. "
patient ate well -\s the most beautiful, Original sto.,." divided into three E. J. Murrhee and Dewey and twenty full pace > : :he most popular Jacksonville. Jan. O.-DNpond.en\! layer right: land of gardea! a, r' it
con, and we all need a l>to
mater in all of the worH vegetables -
Woman! and n. .
\\&rt, v la their hecaae
l
little I she had
. irrandaoo. Guy, were business natnj j recently been wind-- this kind la 1U1.-
4.__ raj color The
tree |
I 1st elrptor-Reba Brow visitors j I '1 work, of its kind led
..i >'' > RKAm-CRD ? to Sampson City Saturday afternoon. ever stteatptedWith !' in a buaine transaction, !Mrs -
.' Sad dtaptMaNl A..re. , | May Hall plunged from the
... ,. _- | bit chapter. -Eliajnae Haten.Ttw Fat Preratt went to Sampson City. sad color our pi .o.--*f hJc tUiMtratloB*. d< I picture alas
tram
"' Brad'-nx'. Inn M. -Mr. and Mrs. > story will W read by Ella MaeHarems Saturday we *kot> .MJ nest wtat,ho
I.-r. C\. .,f' *:viatd, are, visit Truman Pyal aad family of Zttf. I I grow with n..ul."s Seeds eau you b*>i; mwunyr., and was drowned in the
N alarm ; fri-!'ils hest.ltrr i RoN-tation--Grady! Baxter. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr for you order th seeds. This _taI -1 j Si Johns ri.'r. I

and; i Vk.. .*. Edward were RC"MIa.-Rhecia Brown and Mrs. O. W. '!>rat j I lot make tartU*. and flower k4 :, When the alarm .... Sires. the crew DAVISINSURANCE
vtaitktg in Wamroak section Sunday'. 'Mo-. Ftarida: Information Bwreau So- G. W. Watt, of Gainesville was plfcanitf easy add it shotiM be la .T- I t' o' -he ferry laoncked a life boat but
Mr. and Mr O. "'. Bdwards upentSvimUy (: spent-Arddt sty sLajl Soutaera :
; J'O'rtftlt Crosby.Prospector transacting business here Friday beta* Writ a* : 1u not uitd] aa boor later
with. Mr. and Mr*. T. II.RinM I *- Eren OoiVy. Hue! Mr*. :M.: E. Morrbee to on the sick a pox-cmr1 toe it, ciriax TOUT same the body of the unfortunate that
-... of Djken.fQ ,! Warren and Ray,........ lift tfcia week and &"tlre&*. 1.uJ come to yon wa rec-orervd. The woman i
by retura body, with bards i
mall sad
Andreu attended church at you will be a
M. << Joan ht7 clapped
Starting and Ed if
ParrijJi as
.' went glad r- e got n. in prayer wmand ,
Harmony Sunday. M Sampaaai fl,.. I
Satwday.Mb Httttatt tmg rapidly down
\ >* 4s are tie the 1IWe. : .
' '.('barlie and "JVebeT Edward wee Farming--- tbeoiI1a Phah.lat. j Staa'.4 :
Etfcsl Oral of Ziff. spent Sue- ot the Sovta sad they bare the Mrs Hall came hen Tarnnrtw from STARKE
' attend ; tv, fcines\ in Brweh.r car- Trancportatioa: rwu Hares. ) dayat tb. home of her ancle, I. L. eat snail ordar e4' hou*. ta tea world lay: :N. Orleans wth her fiSSSrVTranc -

ttrdar. >, _:.' ::1'A ;. Health 4aa Abman\r. ; back og rhea Th :y>* get to t* the ( Williams and wax Irvine at the i I II
)9Clep I. .u -I rear AMtdatthe YVrita-Xfera C*"*.-" ; The null Us a cMTontfea ef Br dSwtfejr. beat Writ sow tor ti* nil cat*.' Deal straM addraSS ides WUliams i 1 J I -
: K>nw of Mr.'. ra, 1 Caestvvad-Ad' +aala.re> *--L>t '1Tg. f6nt: sir wr4Y be biWbera Satardsy log. It to abaotatcjr ire I bought a lot la Fuhweir i I

0. \VV'Barry Saturday taigitt* Titers | Oas aewa--Oaa I*a War, Ralph I;sad. Jam. 7d sad aOtfc.ar Die M. C. HASTINGS" CO. I was trtfurvzg to bofld Park and ar-.r. Tastd ae ekE T.akiwag .
SEEDSMEN.I a home there.
was *.,Jarc ervwvi aad allr J'r JHaten, v i wiB M acrred. Eve. bed terft- ATLANTA C j He wu waitiac: : there stay ym.. i4 path ad ....
.hi* ....... iriiee she wade yesterday hn fatal for : fcftto ia1.1a.rwrke*tb* btma. M T_. -....r'.a_......._' 'if

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.tt) I -Bradford County Farmers]] planted over.planted.,An set effort also as Dl'UlISelllprout soon in should January.as danger be made plants Corn of to frost can shouldbe have'is be, I'THE GOVERNMENT. BUILT- A SAIP ,




rLOIIIDA ItKCOMIfi: LEADINGSTAI : melons is simple. Usually new ground' applied. new vegetables every few days.: This ---.

*; is SOUTH rent STOCK is secured, or, if old land it should One important condition in controlling can be done by planting new ones be 0,
not have grown watermelons in the chicken lice is to give the fowls tween the rows every.week or so. To The Confessions of. a Shipping pel boarders. They came post haste,

Florida or six Plow new land I abundant opportunity to dust them kepI! plants in such a garden growing Board," or "What Became of the Money an'officer and 25 men. They camped
Jan. 15That fie years.
Washington, past ;: ," which affords the subject for considerable in the yard, set up some tents became
it should be remembered
rapidly
in 'becoming the premier stock four trove inches deep put in a good selves. For this purpose, dust air- a I
rapidly I, fertile soil is copy for the press thesedays the adm'ration! of She young ladies,
\i Ute of the great South and state of cultivation. This plowing: slaked lime, ashes, or any Jight dusty necessary.A .
raising to relate exampleof and proceeded to guard the
y : tempts me an watchmen
the material is suitable Fresh ,
that
should be early very
done
with the other states no
taking her place LESSON WITH RATSIn ; this kind which -occurred at a All went well until the latter part of
action of the water in caPil.l| slightly damp earth in which to dust
shown lary
S in this line is by
of the country ,
charming village on the Maine coast August; when the tent dwellers took
is or scratch should always be avail- -
of the United will be active when the peed
the following report able. the food laboratory of the home that I visit many times each summer. i to blankets on warm nights. On cool

/' Slates Census Bureau, made* public ,[- in If the the ground.ground is not plowed until a Of the several kinds of lice that, demonstration department at the While rapidly passing into history, ,,I nights they took a pair, and then two

todays: Florida for Womt'n'one with many other important event of pairs. The natives reluctantly admitted -
State College
attack chickens crawls
few before planting the upper commonly one I
;.".'. Of the 1 54,005 farm in Florida, 47, surface days wit Ibe dry end this will make over the skin especially, under the can see some interesting things. Did like nature, still it is interesting and :! that the previous winter. the
hornet are re
490 report live stock; child fed sweet instructive as an object Il'"so.on how I i, thermometer hung around 20 degrees
it difficult to get a good: stand of wings and on the posterior part of the you ever see one on
mules by ;
..: ported by 25.380: ; 483 23,800 goats plants. When the ground Is plowed, body, but seldom gets onto the feathers pototoes and milk and another of the costly simple undertakings Become- I; below for a week or so, but that was

II' '. cattle by 31,888; sheep by ; harrowed and a good: seedbed made, Another Is particularly a feather same family fed on well-balanced when the government attempts the Ian unusual winter. As some of the

by 2,299 and hogs by 40.0G3. is the checks should then be laid out mite and is somewhat smaller than food? tDoubtless no one has even work. '' soldier boys hailed from 'Arizona and

i :: :' The number of horses in Florida Other edO or 10x10 feet; then about the body ]ouse. Another common louse seen these contrasts in feeding children We had fairly entered the Big: War, Texas the prospect of 20 degrees below
'. 35 OO horses ,
includes ,
'i .38,570, which ten days before planting;, apply 400 that is very injurious to young chickens of men within the same home. and the cry was going up frantically in tents did not remind them of

jf 2 years old and over, 1,473 colts under for 600 pounds fertilizer to the acre, I Ito I'i attacks the head and is called the There is a case at the Florida State for more ships. T- had had a' home. The matter was the subject of

1 1 year old. The value reported oft freshening the soil before putting in head louse It is best controlled perhaps College for Women where this is done. shipyard for upward of 100 years; its discussion, but unfortunately there
,
I hone* is $4,652,315,. an average ofIi' the fertilizer. By doing this). the fertilizer by greasing' the head liberally But the children belong to the rat vessels were known on every sea, but was no vacant house in town. AI
number
r1 $118.03 per head. The will be well incorporated with with larrlChicken family. the building was done in a quiet Elm-, something had to be done quickly, a

hones colts on April in order 15, 1910 to make(excluding a fair the soil, and there will bV no danger; mites, which are sucking They cage these little fellows up pie way. Almost the same day we j forge btTt,long unused colonial man.
; spring declared keel laid in this
l: with th.. figures for Jftnuiry of injury to the needs from the caus parasites, may be killed by a liberaluse and feed them on various feeds. One war, a was sion was discovered in the country,
comparison ofa
-1or fair-sized schooner
,. tic action of the fertilizer. of flowers of sulphur on the fowls big brother gets all he needs of a yard a one I which had been vacant and deserted )}

,tr; .' The 1,number 1920)) was of mules 45029.Is 42,010 t Including It is' usually advisable to plant again and about the house. Mites bite and complete food. lie is healthy. His type or which scores had been sue* !, for'a long time. The heirs had gone
launched. all
,r,: ,. '. 1,049 colts under 2 years old, I two or three times with about a week suck blood, while lice crawl and an hair is silky and his eyes shine. He resssfully They were west and disappeared. The doors and
old and ov intervening: between plantings. After noy.DAIRY. is nimble and spry He is as big as good ships. Only a few knees had windows were mostly gone However, I
mules 2
and 40,097 years cultivation joined the keel when an official appeared the ship carpenters rallied "round the
of his other brothers
''j'1 The total value i Is $7,773,851 an the seeds are'planted no two or three to- ,
er. anhounced -
after
and glance
of frost one flag once more and when the house
h the danger
until gether.
is advisable :
of $184,89. In 1910 the number PROSPECTS IN SUWAN- I
average cultivate before brothers foods of the government would build the was rebuilt with new everything and k\
i' of mules (excluding spring colts) 1 b over. Those who NEE COUNTY Those other get I ,
this time always take a risk on the less nutritive value,-some only slightly ship.The the steam heat and hot and cold water 'I
J't' war 23,305. being injured more severely ]less, while others receive a very owner had barely turned the and shower'and bath tubs, and
I i j: The total nun.ber of cat::? ii G38081 ,- crops should frost occur, Suwannee county gives promise of poorly balanced diet. As the food yard over, when in rushed a lobsterman new roof and floors it became one of

/. including; 518,350 beef cattle and becoming; a great dairying; section tapers off in life-giving qualities, so who had evidently 'mistaken a'' the show places of the county.

tc :f 120,631 dairy cattle. Beef cows alone POULTRY LICE Much progress has been made in this do the ruts taper off in health and porpoise for a submarine, and sounded I While the work was' progressing

t number 201,031, and dairy cows, 71. CONTROLLING direction already. An effort is now vigor the alarm, "The Germans are comingto the house. it was decided to ovoriuo on

!f; y (,41. The value reported for i all l cattle being; made to so organize the county What'of the lesson? We see it every destroy the (embryo) ship." A greater care than ever t-the ;

I; I in $14,758,935; for beef cattle, $10 Can a sitting hen be blamed for and boost the Jersey cow that this day all around us. Poorly fed, council of war resulted in a decisionto and so great wooden piles shipyard

I tl 313,459; and for dairy cattle, $4,442.- leaving her nest to 'get away fro m ultimately become a great Jersey pen under nourished children; weak and protect the ship by the erection ofa assembled and driven in the form were of ;
i 476. The number of cattle in 1910 lice ? Is there any wonder the num' mothers high board fence of two-inch mater f
I ter.On pal ; scrawny, rough boys; a semicircle in the water at the
, (excluding spring calves) was 750- ber of eggs; on the lice infested farmis December 18 the dairymen of coarse and uncouth men. The line of ial. To do this, most of the ship car- to the yard. To make them entrance Z t
935. less than on the farm where there Suwannee came together, established penters were required for some days.
them leads to the poorhouse and to /Solid, they were driven about 20 feet
W i. t/, The number of sheep is 04.G59, and arc no lice to annoy the chickens? Is an organization and took steps toward the grave., The story is sad. Old-timers modestly suggested the into the bottom with the

t of goats 45,8110. The value reported the price of feed so low or have you making; their business permanent and To learn this lesson for one's self I yard was several miles from the ocean belowwater at low tide. What tops just
r
\. for sheep is .$318,242, and for gents, so much money that you can afford to of state-wide influence.. Prof. J. M. only through personal experience Is I and that the little river which connected happen to the submarine which would

,e $140,331.. feed an army of lice to pester your Scott, animal industralist of the Florida destructive. To teach it to others is the two was only: navigable fora into those piles was something awfulto ran

The 755,481 swine reported Include poultry? 8Unquestionably experiment station, attended thisJ noble and commendable. The child short time at high tide; but no at- contemplate.The .

A 383,003 pigs under fi\ months old, IGfl- the answer to the J meeting and predicts a bright; future Jjhat is fed plenty of good, wholesome tention was paid to them. The fencea

t i lf>4 Iowa for breeding, and 189,223 above questions is No. Then, it behooves ] for Suwannee. He says that there are food, with plenty of milk will grow good one-cost $1,800. { house was now almost done,

t other hogs f{ months old and over. The the owners of poultry to com already many good cattle scattered to be strong and tall and healthy. The For a few days work proceeded on but little more than a good start had

i wine are valued at 5744892. bat these irritating enemies of pout I throughout the county. This new organization extension division at Tallahassee U the ship, and then another lobsterman been made on the ship when they up

P t The total production of milk in 1019! trHow can it be done? Sodium plans to place from three doing; a great work. Their teachings saw another porpoise, and again the r and signed the armistice- and spoiled -

was 12,155,533 gallons, as compared flouride powder is probably the best to twelve purebred Jerseys on every and influence should reach and touch Germans came-this time to burn the I everything. In due time the soldiers -

f with 12,532,428: gallons int.1909. The i I I remedy It is most economically applied farm in the county. nook and corner of the state. fence which protected the yard. There went away without even a house

; production of wbol in 1919 was 162,291'' to fowls by the pinch method; The Suwannee Model Dairy has secured every was no doubt of it and so a call was warming; the watchmen ]looked for

pounds of honey, 802,488 pounds; of that is, a pinch of the powder is dusted many excellent Jerseys duringthe COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS made for a fire engine for the yard, other jobs; the carpenters quit. The

; f I!' eggs, 6,530,503 dozen; and the num on the head one under each wing last two years. These have been and soon a new gasoline engine arrived. 'I fire engine and the high fence remained.

ber of chickens raised, 2,145,758. one on each thigh; one around the both bulls and cows. The addition of Being a nice one, with plenty of After many days the owner recovered -

I ; The value of all dairy products excluding vt'nt. one around the breast, and two the bulls makes It possible for a large Alachua-The movement of turkeys red paint it cost 4800. his shipyard and taking doW

i ; home use of milk and cream on the back. It can be mixed with number of farmers to secure good bull from this county just before the holidays No occasion to use the engine oc { the fence, proceeded to finish his

was $2,3(51,190( ( ; of egg's' $3Olljl,3IiG(! ( ; flour in order to make a little bit go; services at a nominal sum. It also was probably the heaviest ever curred, but it seemed a pity to let schooner, according to good.old meth

I r F and of chickens\ laised in 1919, .$1- further. One pound should be enough means that the calves sired by these known. The prices received ranged such a good: machine remain out in ods. At last it was done.

b 823,893.! for a small flock for many months. bulls will b.... superior .to their moth from 35 *o 60 cents, a pound. the open with nothing on but a pieceof i| ---*

1 g Domestic nnlmals kept in village Another excellent remedy comet g ers, in most caves canvas, so the decision was to build ', Sequel No. 1. When all was made

. ; 9' barns, city tttables and ""elsewhere from Connecticut experiment eta Thin dairy has shown that dairying Polk-Much time is being devoted an engine house. Again old-timers ready for the launching some one

}' i on farms were reported as follows\ : tlon. It Is a mixture of one part mercurial and the raising of good dairy animals in preparation of a county exhibit for mildly suggested that in the 100 years membered the row of piles. If subs re

\t t Horses, 7,59fl in 1920, as compare ointment, also called "blue Dint is both profitable and practical.' Su the South Florida fair. Packing houses past there had never beena fire, but could not come ashore neither could

With 14,073 I in 1910. ment" and one or two parts vaseline wan net' is a rich farming section. Forage are resuming operations. Many they were scorned. That was in peacetimes launchings go into the water. First

d- Mules, 7,970 in 1920 and 7,006( I in These are mixed thoroughly and a bit and grain; crops can be producedin growers are pruning trees as soon &3 ; now was war. So the men one and then another floating' machine

t Y 1910. the size of a pea is rubbed onto tlie abundance ]here. The best pasture the fruit has been picked. again left the ship to build the en- was brought, and '"shears" erected

Cattle, 20,978: In 1920 and 27,204 S in fowl under the wings and about tile crops can be grown.. These things gine house. It, too, was a good engine but all to no avail. So deeply driven
I 1910. vent. It is not necessary, nor even and the incomparable climate] that belongs Duval-Farmers of thiscounty plan house. It cost $5,000. I(I were the piles and fast imbedded

1 Hogs, 4R< ,CC7 in 1920 a')<22,098 1 in desirable, to* rub it over the entire to Florida are necessary in sucha growing a general variety of crops Resuming!! work once more on the in the bottom nothing so
/could budgethem.
I Ij 1910. fowl, as the chicken lice are restless business. during the next, year as a safeguard keel, a rumor sprang up that the en- j i Here
then was without
a ship
' insects and in crawling over the fowl 1 against fluctuating prices. enmy had dseigns for a night.attack, I' -
a sea and
something had to be
I qq I I'RKPAKATION OF LAND FOR are sure to get into the mixture. This THE VEGETABLE GARDEN so it was decided to appoint a night i done. The
I '' r WATERMELONS remedy is cheap' efficient and easily Citrus-A, very large area in this watchman-in fact, three of him- I for government was Importuned -
help, and finally a big
------ No county will be planted to watermelons dip
and
vegetables
't/f. are as good as those as. one crew could only watch
( 'I' \ ;d Marion, Citrus and Lake county watermelon KEEP grown in one's own garden at home. this year. Much winter plowing has eight hours, it was obvious that three : found per dredge in Portland., a real It mammoth was
YOUNG
took two
1 r 1t' a growers should get their; There is no reason why fresh vegetables been done In this \section. Farmers crews were necessary for, the full 24 ; tugs several days to tow the seagoing

I '" ," deed in the ground before February People with bud bursa und weak should not be a part of the dal are grazing their livestock on winter ,' hours. The fact that for three generations I scow the 100 miles through waters big

i \\1 t r :ZOo says A. I': Spencer, vice directorof hldiu>. ate i.;.t to reel. l so Ht sixty ly diet of every home. As the new cover crops of oats and rye. it had been unnecessary to where the tides run strong and heavy

?" [;]' agricultural extension work in thisw'tate. Many old f.,IKH Hut 0.11'11 Kidney ;year begins, attention should be de employ even one watchman was discarded 'r seas are always found but last
I r 37.t The season of planting may be Pills help them keep young. Here voted to the home garden and desirable Lee-Citrus packing: houses are in favor of the nine, as out of arrived and was rigged to at it

'f. : from the 10th to the 20th, depending ot 8tarke case: crops planted, says C. K. Mc- again operating. Vegetables are being date. Meantime the old residents posts. The pull the
piles hard
I I I' : ( ,' on labor conditions. From that section ;, Mrs. Lucy\ Ilsnsin'gway; ; l'J.I' :St. Quarrie state agent of the agricultural continually shipped. Crops are were being; importuned to buy thrift ]they were all came and the, but schooner final
in condition. up
I: northward the seed should be extension division. good stamps and win
I : and 'llnmdWHy, bays : "1 suffered the war. floated proudly.
.
(, I, planted about ten days to two weeks greutly from a fume and aching bacK' Now is the time to prepare seed Quite a few ribs had been inserted
.., 'I later for each 50 miles. In South end 1 couUI' hardly got aruund. I It beds and the soil for the garden. The Columbia-Club work is starting in the keel by this time, and apparently Sequel No._ 2. And in the light of
I k Florida the seed should Vie in the frosts in Florida are usually light with an encouraging spurt this year. some thousands of just such experiences
hurt .. progress due
inn 40 muup or mt LIIU < was to be'
I ,.. ih trround by January 25 to February 1, ne.'M dldu't net ai they shjjld.MJ i enough riot to kill most vegetables, i if Many boys not enrolled last year are made, when another ]lobsterman some people profess to favor the enlurgement -
ap-
Early planting is necessary( so as to also! had hi'tidaciiea: >ind fe.t generally given the protection of a cold frameor making application for membership. peared. lie had seen a big one this of government activities in

). ; irlve time fOil leplnnting when needed mtdttrub'.e.: 1 begiiu taking Doun's a hot bed. This fact makes it possible The grown-ups are taking: much interest time, and a frantic "S 0 S" was sent the operation of industrial' undertak

, and iH tile name time to insure an K.u'niy: Pili" and t'uOy: gave me spienu.d for early vegetables.It in the work also. the fort in Portland for troops to re- ings!-II. II. Windsor in Popular Mechanics

'l 'yi/T/ early crop. r' Iiah e..t nl'Ed use muce me is a good practice to'test send ,- Magazine.
n The prepaiation lund for water- for germination: before planting in Semindle- record celery crop Is -
Leo' like u dl.Teient: (State or ---- --- - -- ,
person. ----- -
-- --
-
der to nearing maturity ln the Sanford district.
secure a- good stand. Small LONG BRIDGE
: U. S. Government Warns Farmers lisent g\fll: mach U, 1911 I seed like cabbage and extended, visit with her sisters, Mrs.
.; About Disease Caused. by Rat HKUKS; ON DOA.VS.: ; tested, turnip, can be John Savage and Mrs. T, E. Engebretsen. -
r j i I ; on the hot stove. Those that Long Bridge, Jan. 21B.
On April 2tt. 1918, Mrs. I Hemingway F. Ren- '
.'
Santa
They bubonic fatal Rosa
plague to Farmers
carry pop have vitality the dead are holding froe
; ones burn. was a business visitor
I : now iill that I formerly Lake
liuman beings They carry foot and Large seed, like beets, carrots and their syrup for $1 a gallon. Many Butler Saturday.W. !Mrs. II C. Wimberly and Gilbert
s mouth disease which Is fatal to etoc k. said In favor of DJUII s KidneyPills. fields are being cleared of Barker
sugar corn, can be tested by means of stumps in were business visitors to Law-
, They kill eat i have hud no retuin u[ my order that T. Turner was a business visitor
grain
hirkcng., cnu e the rag; doll tester. This consists in Improved farm machinery to Lake tey Wednesday.
roar cougduint"1'riee Butler
destruction of If have might be used. Saturday.
property.
i you
Ode) deule. .. rolling the seeds in a wet cloth and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bohannan went
S :flt til\ Don't'nipty E. A.
Sapp
I Tats RAT SNAP will kill thrm. Cr was caller
placing; the roll in a to Lake to
a warm location. Starke
ark tir" 2 k'-tnpv: 1't'i\lcI--l\et Butler Thursday for a few days t
'
mates rats after! ki'.lino! them leaves Odceola Wednesday.
; After- ten -Packing houses
days, less are resuming -
more or It stay with
smell. Tomes in calces for Doiui'a K1ctlu'1'1.. :rthe saint that open Dr. King of Lake Smiley Griffis and family
710
ready operations Butler
and calculate the having closed for was call-
-percentage: of the \Mrs. J E. Morris
,.! "use. 3 sizes Kbf, 'One, $1.25. fold andxrtmrantevd Mrs. lleiiilngwu hat FuntorMllburaCo. : sprouted aced.Another . the holidays. Shipments are slow. ed to attend Mrs. E. A. Sapp Wednesday \ of Bronson. spent

',I by D. C. Jones, Starko. .. Mtru HufTnlo, N, Y. point to consider is that of Potato planting is just starting. evening. Monday and Monday guest of afternoon Mrs. II. C.Mrs.Wimberly Winv

having; a fertile soil. Stable] manure Prayer meeting; was held at the berly and Mrs. Morris left for Jacksonville alt

+ T is one of the best fertilizers known. Manatee-Lettuce\ Is going to seed home of Mr. and Mrs. Renfroe Wed- to attend for the
reception
I a
r. It should be well rotted and should and being plowed under because it nesday night. A large number attended Grand Worthy Matron Monday night
1 will '
: have a small percentage of straw to not pay for cutting. Still more of school of instruction anda
Tuesday
tu1 aJle"I manure. This should be applied at lettuce is being planted with the expectation S. C. Crews was a business visitor reception for all visiting members

the rate of ten tons broadcast to the of better prices. Much interest to New River Monday. of the
Eastern night
Stet Tuesday
f' :
acre and thoroughly/ 'mixed, with; the is being taken in community G. W. Sapp was attending to busi given by the Jacksonville. Chapter of
t soil. table fairs. In visiting a farmer ness in New
( manure raises the! temperature recently I River Wedn/sday. the Eastern Star. -
of the soil and thus hastensthe found that his son, who has been a E. A. Sapp wars in Lake Butler F. '
M. Jacksonville
on Crews left for
: growing of the plants. Commercial rood club member, had just called him business Thursday .
Monday Grand
to attend the Masonic
fertilizers should be used at In- down for burning off a field.! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling are mov I Lodge meeting

tervals during the growing period as ing to their farm this
week.
... r a top dresser to make the plants grow 'YI Although many farmers areRul1'erinlC Prayer meeting was held I Gilbert Barker"went to Jacksonville
at the
/' U tfl w? rapidly. from the slump,in prices of home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crews Monday to visit relatives for a few

t 'tl, iII 11S Cabbage, cauliflower collard, egg: farm produce, most are glad to feel Saturday night and was well attend days 0Sixteen

plant,. lettuce, tomato and onion seed that conditions are approaching the ed. quarts of strawberries ship

Itll i in Museums can .be sown in the seed bed in January pit-war! b r'is.Pade ped from here Thursday as the resultof
soon >e'
Do not cover more than 3.4 HIGHLAND warm weather Farmers, report

t a inch deep. Turnips, beets and carrots -The poultry 'show just held plants full of bloom and young; fruit

Calomel loses you a day! You know what calomel Js. It's should be planted in the field: as here was a success. Much good; was Highland, Jan. 21.-Miss Rosie Wil- and shipping; will begin in earnest unless i

mercury; quicksilver. Calomel Is dangerous. It crashes into early as possible if not alreadyA derived last! week f rom the farmers' institute of kinson left Tuesday for Stuart for an we have a freeze.
.
which _
at _
specialists from
,
sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening: you. Calomel TONIC the university lectured. Habitual. constipation cured -

attacks the bones and should never be put into your system. drove's Tasteless chill: Tonic restores In 14 to :21 Day To Stop a Cough Quicktake

Energy and Vitality by Purifying and liillsboroukhMfany shipments of "LAX-TOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a s16claliy. HAYES' HEALING HONEY s
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its ( fruit and berries are still being: made prepamdSyrupTonlc-I axaJvefor Uabitua! cough medicine which stops the cough of f
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead I from this county. Plant City Growers Constipation.It relieves promptly but | healing the inflamed and Irritated tissues.
strengthening, invigorating effect,see howit I
,
| Association! should Ije taken A box of O-PEN-TRATE
is co-operating regularly for 14 to 21 data I : GROVE'S
with
.. often feel uiliou calomel... It ,i brings! color to the cheeks and howit the induce regular SALVE for Colds and /
; you \ sluggish, guaranteed to start j I State Marketing Bureau in action. It Stimulate. ami ;, Chest Cold. Head
.
constipated and all knocked out adil' your liver without stirring you up Improves the appetite you will then ; berries 10I selling fc" 'ulntes.. Very Pleasant to Takrs hoc' i Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
> bottleesuspended' I' HA ialvbhould I
A, inside appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's YES' HEALING
"' and can not salivate.Iron't HONEY.end
'i believe nerd done of
you a dangerous be rubbed throat
,t r. calomel Jiut remember that ;your take calomel! It makes you bon Tasteless chill Tonic is simply | Palm Beach-Very little fruit is farm operations--in-this-- of children suffering on from .Cold or Croup.
sick the next it bees and Quinine suspended in syrup. So i i moving lit sec .
don : present because tion. .Ir
a day'swork. of low '
you Hon
prices Thehealiogeffect
Practically of Timlin
druggist yells for a.lew cants a large pleasant even children like it. The nothing ran be ,sold Haym
blood
side efl.rov
Many the '
Dodaoa'e throat healioU
Uver Tone traighteni young groves are being at reasonable combin with the
1\ battle of ttodaon's Liver Tone, which needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to II "'set Good citrus prices. <. .. O-Peo-Tr Salve iLrouilll the port "
you right up sad ;you feel great Enrich stock is scarce. and the.kln MOO Map a couKh.
Is entirely vcgetubU and 1lea.act|, to Give It to the children because It \U it. Destroys Malarial germs and In. good demand Walton-We I Both remedies are parbitd 'In one carton and tinoot
lake and .a u perfect nubttltut for fcarmlua Grip germs( by Its Strengthening Invigorating are buying and selling; 1 of the combined treatment In:SSc.
perfectly and doemt .
gIpe.M Effect 75o I cooperatively in this Just UAYESHEALING
and
I Jlolmes-Low prices have county doing I ask your druggist for
almost it succes 1ully.W HONEY.







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B BLUE LAW SABBATHAnd HOW WELL. Mrs. H N. chairman of the I General ftrhcnl Fund i Keeourrea 1020.
Stanton I.Balance IVe.. 1. Mil) .__...____..,-- 1111,00, Ixiana on real etate ... j.
mothers / took the chair and ... .____. ----- .
.. program, 1 llewliila dunnir month <22'J(1 01 Loan on collateral. aecurtly* nthrr 1.88.0'
the following program was rendered. Warrant l...ued _. .-.._.._.. .__....2mo.Mli i .1 efttata ..-_. --. .. ...th._
now the reformers have ducid. YOU LOOK Halanec Jin. I. II'ZI .....nn.n_. '.11..' other loan and dinetiunl 1.8"85
CONSIDER THE The )
PREACHER hibtory of the club talk us
and a rtlMrlrt N... 1 _
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a Clue Law Sunday is what we o liits work, with special emphasis ,I Balance 1'<'.. J, 120 ..._.u___..___. ttll T'nit-d) M..I.- bond-- -*---.------ -...?- IDS 41.HO tfH I h
pvd. The Sabbath of the Puritan, given to t Neocipt: durlnv month ----- 17.55Warrant. Banking. hnune. furniture I
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different : J.flflHIrt
The following fromthe Louisville departments.Art I : Inucd _::: ..: :::: IB.(10( .. "tu.
Other .
all their solid --- -- ?-- rvaL ret .
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qualities : BLOOD IS Rial AND 4,7Ba \
wer? WHEN YOUR ---------- -
civics, legislation industrial Kalance Jan I. 1M1 ... . 64.04IMmrlrt Sloe
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is less t' x,7IIS) RA
the time the mont Courier-JourneJ more or applicable NOTICE YOUR
t name among nar- RED PEOPLE and social conditions.Club No. I Cah on hand I
minded bisrotB of 1 ill to every city town or village HEALTHPEPTOMANCAN' Overdraft tVe. t. JWS0 _.._nu__ St.ft --.7------- S.1I818I
>w time no GOOD
any color, emblem and motto. Heoclptg during month ..n__.__..___ tl.llMarram Total .. ... :.. .. *
ore to be compared with our mod.! and the Telegraph therefore takes Resolutions for each club Innued .-.... .-.. . \ I I I -l.lahllltlea- ---- ----- 47.T07.88 t

I' Sunday than was the "Mayflower"the pleasure in reproducing it, as it will KUILDS HEALTH written and read. woman llalanoo Jan. 1. 1\121 _____ ____.____. 1449 I 1,1.1 ainek. i>alil In .___.__?___.. uono.ne J
serve to the of ehurch ninlrtrl >e. IOverdraft | fund ._.__ ___...__ von.Oft ',
open eyes members ,1'1. -
"Mauretania" as a vehicle of Guitar selection The Mocking Bird Dee. .. 120. __.._._.__-.;-- tlfl. 3Keeelpt Iirollta (tim* e> and?
nslantic travel. The 17th century to a few things in connectionwith PALE FACE. HULL EYI s.. Diq>OPING Marshall durinir month ._____.___.___ f. 2.Ha :1 txee.|>aidl* lx-n..e>_. Set.03 if
Proctor. -- ---- ----- -
... _.. ._.__ _._. ___..___ .. -
Warrant .
their clergyman that they .UI'" 421 lKalanee Individual. *ub>ert to .... '
entirely different. A nevethought RESULTFROM ,1"1..11 l .64H.fti
e was so SHOULDERS .
man Reading-Mrs. Maines. Jan. I. IOU -.._--.....___-- 141.811 I C'aHhier'a "h.k. outatendlng. __ ._ 6.20115
d his store or shop on the premiBcA" of before. Says the Courier- : CLOGGED! BLOOD Club Suwannfc nidrlrt Ne 4llalanc I delMialta .. . ..
Song, River f.\'ln. -- --- '
Journal : IV-e. I. 1920 ___.__..___.__ 145.15itocIi't I -- 1.11.1T.II
even in the same house in which Miss Mae Duke of Five Mile, spent during. tnnnlh .____....._--_ 16.4HWarranla ._... __. . __.47.7079 !
lived; he did not travel an hour A vast number of Louisvilllans will! If your blood is in bad shape it Monday eveling nt the home of !Rev, Iwucd _..__......n._.__-- 60.0 ,, ft..t..r .'1..10.!, .un1- -of---Bradford---- wi

irninir and night to and from his motor to church this morning in cost shows up in your looks and feeling and Mrs.\ S, S. Proctor. llalknni Jan. 1....1141..rtrl__N.__._u.I .._____ lOH.dl) liiink.. U.do O.olcmnljr" ., r.hl..that. of the I .Klmve named

rk. Time was the one thing o(. ly vehicles many of them clad in furs When your blood is rich with red col- Rev. Curvill, director of the Episcopal Balance' I'ny tli knnwltdir.hov.*.tat.ant

ich he had plenty. In these days which the temperature does not jnak purifies color is betteryourlips Kreeipta during nmnth .__......._. CS? lirllpf.
n your (church LnKf OIt81 'the Warrant. Iwurd ._.__.__.___.___*.____ I'118llalanea CEO. O.
C hours the head of a household l I necessary, but which are worn" be are red eyes wide open and bright guest of Dr. and Mrs.\ Seober King. Jan. I. 1HK1 __._._h_....... KO.Hr:! Corrret-Attoat i .JACOIA. ,. !

ually has to himself or for enjoy tause the buyers can afford them. A -your good feelir.g show itself in i D. F. Floyd has returned home from '" TtlMrirt N. S .. T. 1 IANOUV.' .11.

at, are 'very few. In those days larger number of attendants at the your actions. Miami.A Ttahinee Pee. 1. 1920 __.__hUh\ 171 R7 O OHION.
K.eli durink month ________ 10 Be" HF.O. O. nirorlnra.8ulMorlrM .
V life was unknown for there were churches will be persons using less Common aense will tell you that i if son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Warrant haul _._.._....n...---_....__- t SOlUtane
cities.: If a man wanted a little expensive vehicles clad more modestly weak, thin blood makes you look lifeless Julian LoadholtE last "cek. )* Jan. I. Wl ___.__._.______. IWItS day ot January. 1D21. '

Cation he went out in the back but comfortable financially patrons it lowers your vitality If your Warren Coflln Marvin )Driggrrs nl..nrt N.* THalam (8al) W. I. ANORFWf. JI.. :
: \ \ ___ ___ ______ 1..1.
nO. 1. 1920 _'ITI."
u My rnmmlMlnn .,..1_
: I'd and shot a bear, or deer or mayan of savings banks, owners of lib vitality is low you have little powerto Rus8"n Vanics, Ted I and Marrnrot" Ilceclpta durinir) mttnth u_.___.._.___ 10.81 1..t. 1. 1D2B.

": bonds-the bond .. .. ....._...... ___.
Indjan or so. There was nod erty of the people resist disease germs. Men women Smith of Johnstown, attended church 'Verrent. tnMt d
nowadays American in five is children with rich red blood llalanee Jan. 1. 1921 ___uu______..- 18I.M llprrliy fHERFIS. RAUo T. W J. Fit.
" to keep'places where milk and as one and are here Sunday evening. metric N. II n..l., .I.n

d are sold open on Sunday for thrf a liberty bond holder. able to fight off the germs which bring Motion pictures were given free 11.1.,,.. 0..... 1. 11)20 ____n_______._- 1&1.lft und I'.un.>r .1..lf.) virtue llradford of that County.evrtaln wri FI.rld.) of.

W provided fresh milk twice daily The congregations at the churcheswill severe illness. Monday evening at the school house fteci>iit| durinir month .._______.__.. 117.10 pxprutlon I.u" out of .nd nndpr h.ht
and Warrant ...u.... ________..___........ 10.00 and tral Clerk* of the Circuit
the butter and meat were hung be advised, entertained by ministers When you feel run down weak to a large audience. Balance' Jan. 1. 1821 _____.__n.h. S14.08 1.0rpr County. Florida. on . Curt 4tH. '
the well. The millions of city who are culturally the superiorsof with no appetite and no ambition I Jubilee Program IM.trlrt N. I favor of It fl. Fernandos. pl..lnlf.. ))
;: alleys do take Pcpto-Mangan for while. You Balance IV*. 1. 1U20 __.._.____.___ OK.*7 and .".In.t H. A. 8havt .nd R. O.
today can neither. There nine in ten of those who hear them: a Sound the Jubilee. ttiwrllita durinir. month h..h___ 18.(I In.on d".nI..Io, I hava kvlrd upon and

.;:. era few bakcfchopg then; now more men who have devoted the bent years should begin! to feel better within a Scripture Jesson, 140 Psalm Warrant huiucd n' ---.-. .-...--. I wi ."... for aala, and will' aril to the. hl.n-

ople buy bread than make it them- of their lives to acquirement of equip. few days. Lord's prayer in concert. Balance Jan. 1.HUIrirt lOll __Na._.__It_.________ 84.8 turthnu..t and .lost. door Mddrr In Starkv.for Bradford In front County.of too

Sj.'Blve; .. The needless multiplication mont for one of the most difficult call! Pepto-Mangan is put up in both Talk Why This Rally-Mrs. J. E. Balance IVe. I. 1W20 --____ _--._.. 110 111 Florida' on Monday tl 7th day of Fphruary,
of Sunday work should be frowned on logs calling which places in liquid and tablet form. Take either Maines. Koeelpta dupIng month .__nnn.n 6 84Warranta A I). 1021. durinir. loual hour of aala.tha .
; ; a a man
_______.__ ._...__. fnllowlnii iiroprrty.Uvwltl .
', a'ct the labor unions have accom an exposed position without the kind you prefer because they have History of the W. C. T. U.-Miss Balance I..r. 1821 _'-'U'- _.' 211.00 d..rib p.on.1

plished treat Rood in this respect, by slightest' protection from the fire of: I the same medicinal value. But be Harrison. Dl.trlrt, Na. It One flat top dpak . lu..u"h. addlnrmaphlno. ) .
Balance l>ee. 1, 11120 ...._. 120,71 about 400 GOO to.
J' imposing double<<;. time for Sunday criticism which is poured relentlessly I sure you ge the genuine Pl'pto.Man'Il'an"Gude's Song, Crur.ade Glory Song. ,I Itecvllita during ??- ? mato ..... about one hundred. ..rh of llmi

j 'work. We all agree there is more Sun- upon the minister who does not make ." The full name"Glide's Text 18th Am'ndment--Miss Marshall Warrant Imiued 'mnfh,8&--.............._ two lartkl of nltral. of oda, and pounda i iof
Pepto-Mnngan should be I 1 Balance Jan. 1. 1021 _.__-_____._ %..1 a<* d.
yt7ork and than is on IS&.1
! % merchandising good. Nine ministers in ten are so Proctor.Law Ill.trirl N. IIBalance W. J. FPPERHON. .

'. n ceillary. This can and should be grossly underpaid that they cannot, the packa .-Adv. Enforcement-Mrs. L. E. Par flee 1. 1920 ._.__.__-___. SIR.SOItifwlpta l-T-M-2-4 SOon of llrariford County, Fla.MXSTFRH .

L 'made the object of public opinion but as many others do look upon the recession rish.' d..lnl month ._..1_._..__n 81 --- _.
Warranta .1.--------______. A :
,to Impose the Sunday of the reform of commodity prices as relict LAKE BUTLER Song A Saloonlctis Nation. 11..1..e. Jan.. 1. 1021 ...?...__>...'- tl)4.V Notion i. h.n>by arlvr-n I 1 undi and tip i|

W would be to turn the clock back from the hardships of inadequate income. Law fnforccment--Mrll. Armstrong Ill.trirl N. I vlrtua of a Anal deer,. of fo..u. mada t
Balance r>ee. 1. mo _n_ ___ .__. iiItecelpia A I and rrndrml by A. {
200, years, and would be cruel and I j jr Lake Butler, Jan. 21.-Mr. and Mrs. I during month .__-____- UR of the. Circuit) ( lon..r I.Florida Th., ,In Judo r. -,
hurjnful. Even if it could be enforced I Law Enfor'cment-MllIs Mae Mc- W..h' iMued -......_......._.._ 8.0&t..l.n. Bradford County 0..1 SIts day of January. <
th.; j A minister should read, must read. Taylor of Georgia, are guests of Mrs. i . . 1. 1W21 ._u______ _.._ 207.04 1021. J. T. R.th immplalnant. '
I .h..ln
hatred of religion In whose name I I I Books under copright books uncopy II. F..Prlester: this week. Kinney. UI.r" Na. 14.Balance and J" K. Krllcy, K. Kpllry.. .W. N. Undapy. -' ',
f-'JtjU'. asked, would outweigh all posslWe Work ) __. __.. ._ .._ 204 45! U J L O flu.h.(7oor '
righted have doubled in value, reflecting Mrs; Joe Crews spent Sunday evening Song for Enforcement. 1. .. K..lv" Kol. I I. "
d.rln" month - BOA ... wlfa. .
;; advaij.ape)( gained. Religion andtptenets white paper prices and other I in Jacksonville.Jessee Where You Are-Miss Whitworth 1..11'1... . Imucd ..__. _.._-..__ HO.0* J. J. St.Trlch..' and Ida,J..Rt K..I.., hi. 4
; cannot be legislated into changed factors in book production. A leader. n..l.n. Jun. 1. 11)21 __._____._ .__ 119,86 and.; F. It. Kcllpy: are dtfpndanU, I, A..lr.8

p.Jiuman heart; and Christ himself minister should travel. A "rate" does I guest of relatives Johnsorr this of Colorado week. is the Results of'' Prohibition-Henrietta llalnnro n.. 1.Dl.trlrt 11ii0) ___..I.. .... VKM (,,.w.upon. Rpwlal th) Ma.lpr ftilluwlnir) In rhannwry. land hava st.ts.loI ( /.\

at of all, sought to do so. Unques- not save him the expenses of travel.It The local branch of the J Padgett, Fl' lkie Majors Christine *<>lita d.rh" month ___..._____. BO'Warranta In t.d"r county d.I". to- rltl j
Red Cross
ably a larger attendance at church ____.._,.__n. ._. S 00 R..h..t .. of N.nhra>t Uuarttr.Northwpat .
is well! known that even the holderof society met in the club room Jan. 3rd Townsend, Estelle Rosenberg Omle IlalHiic Jan. .. 11)21) .,___...._n- 10.111 \.r. of Hnuthrant Vluartpr.North .
ices, and a deeper respect for reon a railroad pass in the period when and the following officers elected Scarborough and Frankie Prienter. Dl.trlrl No. UKalanp Half of Nor..tu.. ...'", of tlouth.rait .

than exists at present are to passes were issued often found his were Song Some Glad Day. l>ra. 1. luiu __ .. __.- 411 itSItreriptu Duartrrl .. ... Northaaat (luar.tir .
:desired. But blue laws will not : dn.o. month __--...__... 1,01 of H>nith.aiit Ouartor I douthwpat Quarterof
,. possession of thp pass of doubtful Mrs. R. E. Dell, President.Mrs. Prohibition for Other Lands-Ethc Warrant liuurd --. -. ___. _.. .. ) NorMiwpat (ju..r Nnrthwmt Uuartor of
the unbeliever any more than value becouse of the to whichit Ilalano Jan. I. 1U11! _....__._.-.-..- 14.67 l..uth..tn..n.. .1 In ftretlnn *5. Town-
expense II F. Prfester Vict President. Raulerson Olga Priester Ruby Phillips
i Inquisition with all its and lll.lrlrt No. 17Ovirrlraft ) Twpnty ,...t. and will \
power tempted him. A minister must dress Mrs. J. "M. Mann Secretary.Mrs. ) Rossell Rivers Laurel Armstrong r>fe. 1. loao) ....._. (I" ..'II tha 1.1..lipforv tile court houaa don Inrltarka
sical punishments was able to do.socalled __ _.__ Florida, iHHwaonth
presentably. No congregation would and.Alice Ititvlpta durinir month 2 4fWarrant llmdrord County
blue law would not be as J. E.'Maines, Treasurer. Piper. .._____. _._?..__.. R, |pial h..u. of ..1.! on Monday II h. 7th
tolerate a threadbare coat, patched Misses Lucile Varnes spent Saturday Song, White Ribbpn Rally Song. I.o. I. 112 ._._.._.___' 10.' day of "','br".,,. A 11. IBI. to patisfyand ,
reme as the Inquisition but it trousers, a dingy hat and l dilapidated find Poem. God Will Make His Dream Ov..d.r Nn.' 1 nay .10 final dnerva. f. .... PlaId ,
Sunday
Johnstown
tideat on identically the same sel-, shoes the costume of the at guestof Ovrnlraft th*. I. ID20 _--_. B 814 I..t. to h. aold .the ...'I."P of th. I
basis. as occupantof her mother, Mrs. C. L. Varnes. Come True-Mrs. II. N. Stanton. K Hiflita durIng month _:--.--__._._ IS.Htf namnd ditfondanu. T rm. Caiih.
1i. narrow I their pulpit. Clothes cannot be had Miss Norma Dckle spent the weekend Doxology. Warrant .*.>d -__. A. H. CRYWI. I,

rue uplift of religion and the one7Inseven -,, for a song. A minister's home should at her home at Five Mile. Mizpal Benediction. Ovrdat Jan. )1...Wl. Na.-. .2.1 1-7-BI-2-4 $ ... MaUr- ., ':2 ,

physical rest, admit'of be well maintained, well furnished Misses Alberta and Lola pielling Ovrrdraft T M. I. 1IIZO) .I S HO pIlEIurr. '

:argument; on these two essentials situated in a suitable residence quarter and brother Raleigh spent the week WATERMILL JI..II.I. during month *__..__.... IB&] Mun-by notlc I. irlvrn IALI. W. J. Kp.
1 .,...._...
W..n. of ) County, Florida,
e\ great ,majority of our citizens as the domicile of the occupant I..r I..on. .h.lf Ur'p.,1
end with their parents at Providence. Ilahince . 1D2I ....-. 801 undi.r eprtaln writ off
ree. The effort seems to be directed i I lof the pulpit of a church whose congregation Marcus Dekle, af Five Mile visited Watermill, Jan. 21.-Mr. and Mrs. lll.lrlrt No. 2* >v.eutlon IMIII out of and undo ,... hand .
hlefly against the dwellers hi cities 1 : has a certain amount of tlalanra TIM. 1. 1020 -. mini anil ..'sl, of the lurk of the Circuit
W. n.' Hodges Cur
relatives in Lake Butler and daughters .
Sunday. were lt<*iliit* durlnv month .-* Iflfl 04Warranta of Bradford County Florida, In '.. .i
rIn; the majority of country towns pride. Household expenses are twice Mr. and Mrs. 1>. S. Black, of Valdosta shopping in rjrooker Saturday after luaufd -.-. .00llalune Jampa Itvynolil. a* axaln.t .
are is little or no occasion for blue what they were ten years ago. They Monday Jan. I. 11121 -. M0.42 A. fihavrr; tradlnK) aa lnt.I'A Shaver = I I.h
; spent evening with Mr. ,
i
Dlntrlrt No. SI
1 noon.Mr. .. th of !
,,
W 5. The last thing the dweller in a are not likely to reach the old level and Mrs. B. 1>. Harrell. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and family llulnnr<. Do. 1. 11120 -_ SB ndKrcwIpU \.... A.d..nd.n'I). 1 on hav UI"n and '

ntry town needs or thinks of, within another decade. A servant's A son was born to' Mr. and Mrs. of Ziff were. visitors in our sec- dunn l I. ui-d., month ..-. 210.09Warrants BO.00 olTur for .1.1HI.) will .vl' to tha hlnhmitand ) ...,
, ... front of thapnurthouji
for
Imit hldilpr
old be a game of golf: on a Sunday salary is 100 per cent above what it C .A. Roberts this week. tion Saturday. Halnnci.Jan.. I. 1021 .- IIS.11( door In c Bradford county. I

ernoon, which same golf is a veri- was five.years ago. Who'expects it Mrs. J. T. Davis and son of Valdosta Jack Goodge was a business visitorto lll.trlrt No, 21 Florida) ) on Monday, I..k. day of February.
ble fall off llalaniui PIHJ. I. 1920 ._,,.. 8.05llMKtlnl A. l). loll, th. Inpal. hnura of aal.
life saver to the city man. The to 50 per cent within five Brooker du.lnl )
spent .
Saturday.Mr. _.
Monday evening with Mrs.D. .rln.. month .. 9.09 the '. (. .. panoiial, property.Ona'hpan .
v, Jeremiah Crafts doubtless means I years ? Who believes it shquld decrease W. Borum. and Mrs. J. II. Brown were W.."....,.. 7.40 to-wit. .. .I

U 1 although the milk of human kind- to that extent? Several friends %of Mr. and Mrs. J. shopping in lirooker Tuesday Malanoo ,. lit. lull),"...No. 51rrdraft 4.1 alwut. nvp thniiaand cuttitr. nlno'quart"' four cana metal, about ba.tfet.,700pounda

*., must have been wiped from his! An investigation of the salaries of I). Major and family surprised them We are glad to report that Mrs. J. I ( I'. <'e. 1. 1'I20) -. HIM" of .Hit. annul nv. thou.and paiwrcarton

I before his latest picture was ta- ministers of the Gospel would show with a pounding Friday cveninng. U. Brown is improving from a severe' Jlw.lpt WarranU* ."..'B-r".'d ....1 Sf.1) *. and about 800 W.l.an J. ,Inliel.li.lTF.RSOM.:, ) .

I f that in many cases the journeymenin Many good things to eat were carried bruise on the hand. Ilnlanra J.i, i. I. It.:II .-. ina.on 1-7-M-2-4 Ilradford County, Fla.

obably the ideal Sunday! spiritu- a dozen manual trades which any and an enjoyable time was spent. O. W, Thomas spent Sunday in 1 DI.IHrt. 11120) _No...14llulunrn /f.r ...---.- I

r and physically, is the one apced. intelligent man may learn within six Maurice Langford, of High Springs, Starke v)Hitl|\ tf relatives.. HtMMlpta" "d"rl.1. \ ,."l -.--.)-. 18.2

by Theodore Roosevelt. Let months receive higher pay than ministers visited friends in Lake Butler Sun- Mr. and Mrs. A. ItrWarren of Ziff Warrant lanund ---., no.Oil OUI>rR FOR PUUI.ICATION
morning be devoted to attendance Ilalaneo Jan. I. V I .. 17B.HH In Circuit Court: Hlate of Florida, Flirhth
.' who serve prosperous congregations day. I have occupied the Lewis cottage inour I.I. t, \ N. 2Ovonlrart Judicial, Circuit) llrailford Counly, In iihaacnry. -
bn some public place of worship; ; and that evt'nhe', best paid There will be an entertainment at section. D.'!. 1, 11120 -.... 214.021!l "

for those who are debarred from : ministers, with rare exceptions receive the high school auditorium 1' UoiMtlpta durinr month -..- 4H ,OHWarranla I.Mlra Wred Oraliam. <
Tuesday A. Crosby of Brooker was inour .u. _. HM DA Complainant.Wlllla I
h relaxations during the week let miserably inadequate salaries, evC'nlflll1an.. 25th by the boys of theGeorgia section last week. Kalanoa Jan. .. 112,- tl.11 ", I .''
> Sunday afternoon be spent in ) N... Graham.
the
open their
nature of equipment their Industrial Home I f..nr
Mrs. C. Lewis aiiiid Mrs. Alberta JI..I.n. IIM. 1. 11)20 _. 0421ItiWHipta Defendant.It I
recreation. For myself I cannot social obligations, their cultural needs, The stockholders of the Farmers & Stokes during. month _.- 12R.114 ""; ) by affidavit' ai>i>ani1i>d t th ,
: any greater sin in the engineer tonsidcred.i Dealers Bank held their annual meeting were shopping in Brooker Sat- Warranta la.u Hl _._._._ 1500Kalaimv "I ..'H.ulhl, .1.v..I.t au.. ,
I
unlay. Jan. 1. 1021 802. BIllatrlrt Graham, therein nam.
'
Henry
} runs a Sunday train which en- i In this wonderfully well-to-do country -' Wednesday, Jan. 12th. Th'y'rllRlI' ; I Na. ed I. a the,. of Florida. i '
'I' 1 "on..ld'.nt .
eg a son to reach the bedside of his innumerable drives for funds for ed up a nice surplus and paid a six Mr. and Mrs. Goodge of Sampson O..r.r th-e. 1. 1B20 _. 114 iS and hi* .. ..na. unknown, and la over thai f.
Ping mother than the labor of the City. spent Saturday and Sunday with 1..1.1 .. .. month ........- ana of twenly-one year ; It la .h..r.. or. j
the relief of sufferers in America in per cent dividend. The following offl- Mr. W..nb tanicd ._______._._____. 10,1 derod that ..).I tmn-realdent' defepdnnt j" ."" :.
'ttitor who cares for the fires, rings and Mrs. Goodge, of this section. Jan. >, 1021 24.42Illntrlrt tM tha ofrnIplslnt
directors
Western Europe, in the Near East, in cers and were elected: O.d.1 N hcit'liy ..1.1"0) to appear 1,11 I
t bells and other wise makes a con. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown spent ( No. IBHalano aftld eaiwe: 00 or tJ". ; f
the Middle East, in the Far East succeed. J. W. Townsend, President.P. Sundy afternoon r. 1. 1020 .-.-..----. 13011 Monday, lli,, 7lh of March. A, I). J'1'1otherwlna .
with I
legation at church possible.-H. II. Would it not be well to coimid- M. Padgett, Vice PresidPnt. friends. 4aalpta F month .....- B 14Warranta the alienation. of ..)ld Mil wil I. j jlakim I
Sndsor in Popular Mechanics Mag" Wm. Johnson Cashi'r.T. The farmers of this section have lau<>d ,-.-.......... 4D.10Ilalano I ronfmaed by ..li. lof.nlIan5.it '.,
inc. er also the American minister who had a back set in preparing for their Jan. I. 11121 HO.10lll.trlrt I..further ordered that II,). order 1wuIl.I'd "
'needs relief from the burdens and M. Riherd Ass't Cashier. N. 1* ) no.. week. for .I..t comecutlva '
crops on account of the recent heavy llalanca l),... ........ 12274Koct.lpt. '
Directors J. W. P. M. 1. 1K20) wmfca In tha, Kradford ( .nt' T"I..I'h. a ; I
trials of the man who though ..underpaid Townsend rains during. month ........- 121.41 nrw.i.aper, In said, eUlnt .t.. "'
HAMPTON f must make a presentable per- adgett, B. I.. Smith David G.7ones, I Warrant l..u..d .-..__...- TI,). Ue..m.I..bloh.>, 1510.
sonal must live in Geo. W. Alderman, B. E. Brown, Dt llalanoa .7.ii. 1. 1921 _ 244 14 W. T. WFF.KS. ,
appearance; a presentable
.. ( .
"The INalrlrl N 10 I8..1 ) Circuit 'n""
Hampton, Jan. 21Rev. Cline, ofIS. house, must provide for his W. H. Lee. I Parmer'N Wor..t.En'mJ'llatll.. Malanna U.. 1. IV2II .. Kl 21 By (1".1. KNIGHT.Deputy .

Louis, Mo., preached at the Chris- family, and should have peace of mind i Mr. Wilson, of Jasper, was a guest I, The) Farmer's Ih>Mt Friend Ibwlpta durinir month - 942Wrni. Clerk

n church Sunday evening. (( when engaged in the preparation "f ''of Mr. and Mrs.. t.). W. Borum Saturday lint Snap." ,Jan.bauvd I. 1021__."__ .._ 7ft 17.WIIlalanoa )BDl.lrlrl D. E.a.loolur KNIGIIT.' for Complainant. 1243&.lpl..S4NOTICE .

Mr. and Mrs. \V. T: Rawley of his sermons and when not so engaged and Sunday.C These are the words of James Baxter No. II -- "
-N. J.: "Ever since I tried RAT Halanoa TIM. 1, 1020 -. 00.81
reen Cove Springs, have recentlyen ? A. Savage spent Sunday in Ala- ll....,.|".. month .__
SNAP I have always kept it in the ,d.ln" ..-_ In County Judge'. Court Bradford County.Florida. .
visiting relatives and friends atampton. I I Would it be Warrant l.auxl .- -- - 2.11
not the
to c'hua.Misses
well/on .
I' way Wilson and Frier Sat' house. Never fails. Used about $3.00 llalanua Jan. 1, 1U2I I . .. . ) ..13Jo.u..1
j church this morning, to ask yourself spent I. IU2I. In ret Admlnlatratlon of Ritate. .r C. A
in Starke worth of RAT SNAP a and fig Mon) Deceaed.
Mrs. Louis Galloway of Memphis i whether starving the pulpit and do- urday and Hampton year I np'OIO (' CITATION -

'enn., I is the guest of Mrs. M. L. Raw mending I much of it, is altogether the Sheriff Epperson, of Starke was In ure it saves me $300 in chicks eggs TJ1'.. crrtlfy Kl.rilllDA.th.t the fnroirnlna-."<- Hereby notice I is given, aa provided. by law.to '
town Monday.Mr. and food. RAT SNAP IB convenient. .. Anna Mlxon Htark. Florida widow of O.
this week.s of
y I I defensible the reasonable the Chrir.tian no.0% of thn Tlffpflfil. and '
1..h'
Mrs. of Gainesville is the and Mrs G. W. Alderman of just break up cake, no mixing with lh. fundu of ".-,('", ('..". .. A. Mlnonl : I.uu.nla Itymea, Fort penauil. '
Crow .
do ? of deceanedl Theo Low
thing to Florida ( ) t
.. and the
other uf 1H20, la true rornci to 'u..hl.r
tarkc motored to Lake Butler Mon. food. 3 sizes !JJGc, CRc $1.25. I".m.. Florida' .
ruest of Mrs. W B. Alexander this I....... -- knowlifilwa and IM*!!**' Virginia Tampa daughter
Soli and guaranteed by D. C. Jones 'I II. II. WK1O1NR of deceuedl, I Wrn. Bryan and F. A. Hcott.each I
eek. I returned to his home here Sunday. day.Mr. : of rltarka, Florida claiming; _. *.lon
I ; of I'ulilltt)
flupfrlnli.ndiint
I A. M. Williams and son. Ray, were 1: C. Carpenter has accepted thepoaitlon Howard, of Dukes, is the guest ;Clarke -Adv. In..rurt.n'l of landa of d...._ In Htarka, Brwlford1
---- -- ...Kntw. fi'l.IplllMl and 1.1 lit th..m ,.
of his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Mann. .
ransactlnp business in Starke last at city marshal of Hastings, -
I Cold. Cause Influenza IIV HfllOOI. HO A III) .ra.llyaa lielnic all of tha imrtlea havlna orclaiming
Misses Mildred Jrlp ana
Roberts and Ella
onday. and he and his wife have left for that ItLM PAl rlirht. tltla Intor.t .
i ij I. C aarvtoa ._._.... 420 any poaiMaidon or
j Mrs. Mary E. Hunter has moved ,, town. Mae/ Strickland are on the sick list LAXATIVE!: EROMO QUININE Tablet, rcmow Uic.onto. I' M '... O.d n.n. . _n. 720 .. In or to the land hereinafter "_ri"' or

drink stand this we4-k. '-. There is only one !"livn, Ouliili.a, A A Ifaium do .....-___..._. .. ,.nll any part theraof that Anna Mlxon .ad.nlnhtratrla -
,er drug store and cold j Rev. Johrt tlulladir left for Jack K W GWKK '' ..< '.. .' ".. C A Knlirht) clurlrial, work ......__ BA.Oil) of tlw .t.t of the aald C. A.Mlnon. .
Willie
r!> the Seals' building on Main street I I sonville this week where he will attend Williams has purchased: a J R HonlMll alary aupt __.____... III.no, d..d. h. In thla court her.
petition In writing duly verified under oetfc.aa
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!he has had the building repaired'and j the Masonic Grand .I.odJl'e.II. new Rev.Fold. 'NOTKE l/NDKV OF Af-MC-ATKIlv )ic-TA'IF.fii: ]: I 1'1, offIce travnllnir, mold expcmwa____..p', _.'_' 21.00f1 prvld.d 1 law and th..ln and thereby

aimed, which is quite an improve I B. Weest was transacting business Armstrong filled his appointment flPCTION ITB OK THE Ad.,1.I 1'01..1. ..hlh.) _--.......'._._ '6.0., pray. that. a. order be made by thla courtamiHtwerlna
the at Crystal River Saturday and GKNEKAt HTATIITK8Iforvbp : .._____...... _____ 1.111 ; and authortxlna.; her .ald ad.
lent to town. in Jacksonville Saturday. nrvtlra I. .irlvan thnt. I{. E. Drown I.rney f.U .,1 do .__..__.._._ ) mlnlMtratrla) to tak poaeeaalon of certain real
M. L. Watterson and family Vere i| J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn was a visitor Sunday. l..u"'.....r of tan ...1. crrtlflnua. numbaml Kathryn fh-klo do .____._......_.__ 411.11 I .*... ......of laid .... fur th punoaof
isitors to Starke Monday. I i I Rev. S. S. Proctor preached at New .........tlvely ''1 and rig Imaiwd l>r the tax <<'!i. Mr. L H rulrh .__-.__..____ BOOS lulling the earn to par th d uf said
, to Hampton Monday. River Saturday and Sunday. lector for Flrailfnnl county Florida flail 1)11)!!!. H.vua (In .d.................... BOOK) decedent, which cald real .tal In paid petition .
'P. J. Pearce who has been located I eortlAeatM. U"ln.. rlal..d Auvmt nth IRIS, and (. X. ldlvr do ___...... __._ ) la daaarlbed .
and Mrs. -- -
Mr. Dover and family U.II
; A. E. Proctor spent this week in ha fll.d l aald aartlrteataa In .."1.. .nd .. Lot number .nd North Halt Ij't
ear the railway. is moving his barer my fI": Frallok do __--.................. ''w nf
Dover's sister, of Charlotte N. C., Jacksonville where he attended the haft fna.tf application for tax dc..d to _... Inaccordance lary du .............._... M.00llora Three In lunch Three In Davla A Truby'a
> shop to the Hagan buildin of Mr. and Mm. M. L. with law. (1"1. .n__........._......__ nB.(10 addition) to th. Town of Stark. Florida .
Miss Emma Hick* was shopping in are guests Masonic Grand Lodge. Said rt1neata. > r.arM*tli'Iy arnliracaa the Klla: MlnU.n) do ___._.________ HA,00) shown by the map or plat of ..10 luh-lv'
tarke Watterson this week.R. D. W. forum spent the week-end following landa In Bradford (County Florida.ajmraiiiHt Khnila llvnnptt ..._......._...____ RB,Oil Ion recorded In the public _I.d ,
Monday. L. Kalrh was shopping in the with his family at the data rf the lanuanw of auahvprtlftcalaa Kra Knlwrta do d_______. _...____ RB.0(1( J..dr..1 County! Florida, "" are
Rev. MuMady and family motored in tK0 name. TaNiHietlvvly hcra.Inaftcr Firs Abernathy do .__._.u......_. ... 75,00Mr SItuated In Ht....., I..d'or ounly Flrid.
Lake Butler Monday where Rev. county Neat Saturday. Mrs. E. R. Miller was arrested last particularly Bat forth to-wlt: I B Warnm do __..-.__..n. KI.II 1 I. further .. In paId
o I
Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa, was aturday by Sherif Epperson charged CrrtlAcata; No. 10 .m""", ,* Soiithwvnt Quarter -I (.... C.,). do __.___--.-_.--.____-_ tha peraonal p."rtl belonging' t aalcieatate
rtullady)) administered the ordinance ..f Houthaant Uuartar, M.e. SIB. "'". S, 8.K. ':Kvulyn n..tn.r.. do ___ ___ __ 00 lnu"I.I... '' the ind.r."n.
f'baptism. transacting business here Saturday.J. with robbery. She was taken to the IS F., iO acnm, ..._11 J .C. Caaavla: I I I Vlrirll K .K" do ..__.___u.. .__--- 8 I of aald .tat and that It I. nececnary t sell
I ff.OI
M. Prevatt, of Starke, was transacting OrtillraU.; No. US .ml..,... South Half of Lillian .....___. I aald In order paid -
and under . pay
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I county seat placed $1,000 Cooper I . t In..I.
Mr. Blanton who has purchased tho business here Monday. I I R.h....' Quarter uf N..rt.. ....... Quarter and <; 1. A Jnrum do -d......._.___ .____ f.D, nea*. .
tadcnbaugh farm. is moving to his bond. Northttmat Quarter of lIouth..., Quarter and :'1 I Hradforif Hank Intaraat ___.. ..- B42.H2 I Now Ih..ier., .1 .nd each of you tiera- I
D.V.. Moore or 'J'heresna was a Joe Crews was shot Saturday night Ka t Half of Northman. Quarter of. Houthweat. I U.el. f'.C toaohinir ...__...._u. 16 o I i Inhefore named all "h. peraona Intereated ,
'arm this week. Quiirter. S... IT. To C. 8. K. 18 F.. 80 "' ''. .
I I. ( '' hoard aurvlea. (..___.. I. th .Id land, any part thereof. 1)
W. T. Saxon is spending this week business visitor to Hampton Saturday.; by Shelton Hall. He was taken to ,..._01 Martin Malithnra.lnln 1 I A llaaan.. do -..-.-/.. 7.00) I: b .bl arc Commanded to,apliear before. the
i
: n South Florida. I H. S. Roebuck wall among the The- Jacksonville Sunday morning wherehe I \ aald certificate. ahall be redeemed I I I J t Itonnlaon do :::::::::-----::::::: 8.40: I undernlgned County Judge or hi* auceeor "

i Mrs. F. II. Chesscr was transacting ressa citizens here Saturday died from too effects of the wound. accordtna-the .14th day law if tax rrbruary.deed wilt A. I haue). 1U21.thereonn I.I 1 R (iroov.r wood Huh !I..tne. '__Fund'._'__ _. BOO I I. In u :In Hradfprd HlarUe. County Hradford, Florida County) at Flor the

in Jacksonville this week. John Griner, of Brooklyn was attending The body was brought to Lake Butler Wit,,.. my official .,..nat".. and aeal thla$ J-.tjii Mmum toaohlng 1 ---. --.. 2000 I ida o'clock a. m.. on t... Ird day of
usinessiin\ business here Monday. Monday mornrtig and carried to the the 13th day of January A. D. 1921. W I. Wall work I __ __..._..__.___ IZ.aft leueuary. A. I>. 1U21 to chow ". any
, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stone and daugh- to O. W. AI.DKKMAN.; llradford Co InUimt B _... .(10Mradford I''or you or either of you, have why. I naiii
iler, Ethel. L. R. Kalch and sister were A. A.: Durden has purchased the home of his father near Lulu and Interment Cli-rk. Circuit Court. Bradford. County, Fla. Co lank I.n" do 21) .____..._.. 118.75llradford I netltlun) .hould not be granted. f
. large brick building which formerly was made in the New Zion Heall fly C. A. KNIGHT. :o do 8 ... _._--_ Bit.OSllradford Wltnea. the Honorable isitors to Brooker Sunday. l-N-ftt-2.il Deputy Clark. .. _..._
Ca Dank Oo I _n IW.HO) Counly Judge of Bradford County. Honda. "
Leslie Futch entered school .at. belonged to J. M< Maxwell. lIe is' cemetery Tuesday. C N Hold..r wood S _n__. ______.._ 4.00'l I under the. ...1 of said "court this December ,"I
I tarke Monday. having the building repaired and will The Woman's Club met Monday af FINANCIAL BTATBMKNT' COUNTY SCHOOl, 1 I I I tlhmo, at fltarke. FId. !

14' Rev. N. T. King, who has been vis put in a nice line of groceries and I ternoon at 4 o'clock. Miss Marshall I I I, County nuperlntendenfa FUNDS"........, ataUment .'BANK the condition HTATEMBNTKrtnrt uf tlw CltUvn.Hank County Judge for (-10. Florida.I j ;

kting relatives and friends in Tampa dry goods. Iroctor. third vice president, presid of county school fund for the .bets of of Halfurd, at llalford. In the 8.... of I Official, Heal I .dr..r C"n.l. -&.. I ; j jI


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';!I PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ST RKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JANUARY 21. mi. I

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.. has no scruples about "rolling" Uu 1 I
!Bradford
Telegraph
County other fellow by means of lying and I Backlashes

misrepresentations. He will wear out

I: 1'.laiphed Weekly, and ..nt ;..dI sea half a dollar's worth of shoe soles going '
from one store to another tryingto I'
::0.... clue matter at the powt-offire .t
save five cents.If I
; Plarke, Florid. he is a farmer he gets along with COMING

It = patched and obsolete implements rather .
a -C. H. MATTHEWS: Editor and Owner.i than buy time-t avinll and good I
ones. His fields are full of stumps :
and his crops are ruined from lack of i I
i Before prohibition certain patent drainage. But he "ain't fool enough i
medicines were derided containing to dig stump "-not he. He travels Zip! Bang! Swish! "Feed him
: a greet amount of alcohol. Now they far and spends valuable time tryingto string!" They're off. A. M. Darbyin
are blamed for not containing a. much induce others to erect a retort the lead with a 10 lb. 2 oz.'bass. GAIETY THEATREsr' :

', alcohol a. represented on the label works near his place, so he can get Col. Shaffer coming second* with a .
; his stumps dug for nothing and be 4 1-2 lb. bass. The big boys are lurk "
Pork being only 9 cents on the hoof paid for them besides. Likewise does ing in the grass, around the bonnets, Y
and 85 cents in sausage it's easy to ,he -spend much time trying to persuade and out in the offing, all waiting to .
see what's in this kind of a akin gameInverness his neighbors to ditch their be brought in and weighed for the SATURDAY JAN. 22 o sl yig6tVIERRA'S

Chronicle.The lands in such a manner that he can Consumers Lumber Company's Sec- ,

+ get his cwn land drained for nothing. ond Annual- Prize. .Bass. Contest.
men who, these days, plan lie isn't going to let banks profit by '
structures to satisfy the demands of keeping his money, so he hides his You fellows who put your tackle .
the future, must have "vision." That spare means where wood rats and flying carefully away to rust last season had
s the engineers 'who planned the Panama squirrels can carry it away or better be getting it out and fixing it HAWAIIANS J
canal did not see much farther where thieves can steal it. Rather I up for trips to Benny's Pool. Now I
than the length of their own noses, than to pay for hired labor, he makes ; don't fish like the old negro who was
, became evident when it was found his boys work and keeps them away sitting on the bank holding a pole and
that not one of the twelve big battleships From school-end they run away line, when a stranger approached and
/}! now being built by Uncle Sam From him as' BOOR as they are able. i asked what he was doing.
would have a clearing space of more The characteristics enumerated are "Fishin," drawled the negro. fine Musical
than two and a half feet on each side only a few of the many possessed by "Get any bites?" Presenting a Program .

to going/: through the locks. As each ship) the "cheap skate. lie is an unlovable "No, I Jes live over there."
+ is 876 feet long, it may be imagined., person, an enemy to himself and of no "Well, why are you fishing here?"
that going through, will be a' tight benefit to the community. lIe is the persisted the stranger.
"A NIGHT IN HAWAII"Bewitching
squeeze and take up considerable timeat opposite to the honest, liberal, broadminded : "Jes cause it's. .close.. .! !t
the best, but accidents may hap- public-spirited citizen. Hap
pen. Yet, in order *.defend our long pily the tribe of the cheap skate I. All those who have empty coffee i
;r coast line in time of possible war, it not numerous; but a., a very little cans to donate, please leave them at -
f is necessary that the ships should be sour dough will leaven a big batch of our store; Bill Powell wants 'em for

able'to pass through the isthmus. The bread jnaterial,' so will often a cheap tackle boxes . . fascinating, powerful melodies, cultured artists of wonderful ,skill.
condition mentioned the skate two succeed In the
prohibits or pulling
building of any larger ships than are wool over the eyes of wellmeaningbut Mr. Shaffer and party caught over Refined elegance in entertaining value. Quaint songs of Hawaiian folk lore.

now under construction, for which Ja- Ignorant people. Be not a cheap forty bass out of Gator.Bone lake last R
pan, no doubt, is sincerely thankful. : skate yourself and let no cheap skate week. Mr. II. D. Mott and the "office
i convert you to his way of,thinking. force" caught thirty-seven bass in SPLENDID INTERPRETATION, in gergeous Hawaiian Costumes of the famedand

I THE WOMAN'S CLUB Magnolia lake. Mr. W. B. Harvard romantic native danceThe dance of love pathos : 'ilJ
KILLING NEAR ELARBEEJim and party caught two bass. These ,.
The Starke Woman's Club is a "live ,- are all the catches reported. land beautiful simplicity---
., .
wire." The members have shown that Simmons and John Moore Had

they are rio quitters, although their Fatal Quarrel All joking aside tho that surely THE I
work for the good of the town, the was a nice string of fish Mr. Darby FAMED HULA HULAIF

school and the charities bag until late- Tuesday afternoon an altercationtook and Jr. Haynes bought from Snap

ly elicited but little appreciation. place between two negroes, Jim Brinson. They averaged nearly two
Through the energy of the Club it is Simmons and John Moore, with the pounds apiece and were topped off
at last in the possession of a home result that Moore is dead and Simmons with the big ten pound "Moss Back." t
with room enough to establish a restroom is in jail to answer for murder. Everybody in town Is speculating as YOU LOVE WONDERFUL MUSIC-HERE IT IS
and other conveniences for the to where landed ,
The iwo men worked at W. M. they him ajid we
\ good of the public, which they have Knabb's still, about fifteen miles northof think' that we are the only ones who Remember the date SATURDAY JAN. 22
long desired but been unable to bring Starke. At the time named duringa really know just where Dr. Haynes 1,(
about. I quarrel between the men, Moore and Mr. Darby were fishing. They
Our business men have at last realized I truck Simmons with a stick. Mr. were seen wading around Artman lake if.
' what a valuable institution the Griffin, under whom they worked, told -then their tracks went to Levy's (1
t Woman's. Club is, and have decided to Moore to stop, which he did. Then Prairie, from there they doubled backto
ti, encourage it. Whenever Starke men Simmons chopped Moore In the head Hamilton lake, stopping at the PRICES 50 and 75c PLUS WAR TAXDON'T
do anything, it is done with their with a heavy hoe, causing the deathof Bonnet Hole to cast a few times from J
might: and when the other day the the latter shortly afterwards. the shore. Then they went over to
Club had a meeting, it was presentedwith The sheriff's office was notified and George's lakeland finally stopped off
a contribution from our public- Wednesday Deput Baisden, accompanied at another small lake where they
spirited men, amounting to $2,215 by County Judge Green, went caught the big bass. Mr. Darby has
not bad for a town the size of Starke. out there and empanelled a coroner' asked ut not to divulge the name of MISS THIS I
Many gave as much as $100 each. This jury. The verdict of the jury was that i this .lake to any one, but if you fellows -
means that the ladies will not hereafter Moore came to his death by a lick will keep it a secret, 111 put you
I work unaided, but have the support from a hoe in the hands of Jim Sim on. lie was cought in Benn's Pool.C. .
of our men. mons. j }

The good such an institution',can Mr., Baisden brought Simmons to The South Bend Bait Company have \ ____ ri
v do to a town is incalculable, and now Starke. and he is now in the county very generously come across with a I n

when ,our Woman's Club is assured of jail awaiting the action of the grand South Bend Anti-Buck-Lash Reel, valued I,To be a shameful class of thieves< i 1
the moral and financial of the at $16.00, which is to be offered -
support,, our jury at next term of circuit; court. Who make and, enforce thelaws?
business men, we may confidently I as first prize in the manufacturers'list.
l hope for enlarged activities. : These people are surely good
d A Strong Witness : sportsmen and they make unusually I' ;0, boys and girls and children all,
.THE' CHEAP SKATE fine tackle. We want every ,angler!!: ,' Before it 'is too late, HULL'S STORE-
S Natchez Miss. "The best medicines to patronize their products.!! This I Walk un" the shininir." holy- -path
I have ever used In my bom makes sixty-eight dollars *:n p1izcsnow And in the narrow gate.
Our countrymen, who have a genius are Dr. Pierce' We In all ways of honesty '
being offered in this
and
for inventing expressive terms, haveS have wed the 'Gold everyone who catches a DUBS contest weighingmore Uphold yoP own belief, Not the cheapest of everything but the :' !!
r dubbed the man who looks out for \ en Medical Discov
And never give one-half a chanceTo ,
: than five pounds should enter very best at the lowest price'
.ry' blood med.
"number one, to such an extent that w.l as a
stamp you as a THIEF! v (
him. For bass
he throws to the winds honesty, truth, -) Icln, and a. a tonic, every weighing more
generosity/: common sense and oftendect'ncy ....-. also 'or deep-seated than five pounds and which does nol The finest !fresh tomatoes to be had in the 'W
.
I 1Ai. lk aoua: anti weak come in the regular contest prises, we ZIFF '
a "cheap skate. It is a very U. S. A. at this
season.
lungs and it
will
was draw numbers on the last day and ,
expressive term, though applicable to ..... .t6
I comparatively few Americans, for if I ,11,:,,'ts """I 8I1ent.always keep Dr, the lucky! five one will receive a prize: valued Ziff Jan. 21,-Miss Avy Sterling I i I Specialfor ,
at dollars. Saturday trade
the tribe had been more numerous I I J>\e1'4l". Pleasaat Pellets In my home . spent the weekend at Pine Hill guest )
this nation would never have attained ''for use wbea needed.. I have given of Miss Vera Surrency. \!<
''b its present' greatness.. I jtlwm to my children. since they nor' No, Margie, a boil is not one of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas spent I Sugar 9c 'N'\
' The cheap skate starts \n life as the \quit small They' can be given;1 with those things that hurts on the back ol Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewisof per pound .
'; "smart Alec.." He "knows 'a thing or I.ar.ty to the smallest child owing your neck. A boil is like .ha stir ol Brooker. .
to their being tree'rrom any Injurloir'drug the water at the stern of an ocean Ru'fus
two, thinks every man tries to trick Prescott was on the sick list
; They regulate the stomach liner and the only.time' it hurts is Fresh Fruits
him and therefore tries to trick them. last week. Fresh Groceries
illver and bowels In a mild, but very when 1
find line busted and ,
The promises and agreements he f!effective way. I cannot speak to. you your Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shaw, of'Brooker ,
makes are only "scraps of jiaper" ifs j highly of Dr. Plercc's Ise6cinee"IMRS. : your"looey gone. Don't say "I had a spent the week-end with her sister, Garden Seed Seed
; they are found not to suit httn, but if ' T, H, OiLAE RT,1112 St Cst' bite; that's negro fishing talk. Say, Mrs. Lois Thigpen. Oats,
,4 "I had a snap. Look at the wrinkles
, he then gets look the out.upper It hand of anybody-skate in the water! Did you see that fel Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Warren spent!' I Seed Rye
was the'cheap
Sunday at the home of J. B. Thomas.
rlrWEAK low T I had to feed him string! fJ fJArmour's
who invented the process of crossinga C. . Louis Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was I
razorbark hog with a cowcatcher, i NERVOUS in this section Sunday afternoon
Bill Powell has been out practicing
I thus producing: prize Berkshire. Tax Misses Rhoda and Lomie Thomas Fertilizer the kind that makes crops. \ '
I long distance
walking. We know that
dodgers and I
draft dodgers belong to
his, class. In the big charities that ALL RUN-DOWN ho is getting ready C. to. .go fishing again Pine were Hill guests, Thursday.of Miss Pearl Groover, of I I Tennessee White Corn, Oats, Bran Cotton "

y # help the! nation light| its battles and Seed
relieve the needy in this country and Bill Wainwright says he will seine Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and son, I Meal. Hay, Shorts, Scratch Fee'd, Cot-

elsewhere his name Ic'pot seen. But Smith's lake before he will let Darby Johnnie, Jr., spent the weekend at I ton Seed Hulls.Hardware J'

;, if ho thinks he has cause to circulate Musowi Lady Suffered Until She win the prize on. .that. .ten pounder. 'MIdway Mrs. J. O., guests Dennison.of their daughter, i Jof
,\ begging petitions for himself, or ask Crockery and Enameled
't for public assistance, he never neglects Tried Cardui.-Says "Reimlt If any one has a spare rod and reel Ellery Thomas and mother were attending ware.

it. In his own opinion he is the Was that they are not using, will they to business. in Brooker Satur- Crate material of all kinds. See for
acme of \, but In reality Surpriaiar.-C.t Mug please leave same at our office. Harold day. us f

::. he lacks Judgment and stands in Fine, Became Normal Wal\ wants to go fishing. Mrs R.;:P. LewIs and children, Beu- anything you want. PJ
his own light Sometimes he plays CONSUMERS LUMBER CO. lah and Ovid were the guests of Mr.
the fouVflusher and lives high as long: and 1lealtL,. .. f T fi | L and Mrs\ K. Mills Sunday. I [{t
N.
as landlords, merchants and garage APPEAL FOR HONESTYThe Mr. and Mrs L, R. Lewis and daughter -! B. HULL. Prop.M(
owners will extend him credit and he Inca spent Sunday at the home''
-. can Induce credulous people to lend Springfield Mo.-"My back WM M world is full of cheaters of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas. II
him money; after that he Is compelled weak I ceuld hardly stand up. and I There's a plenty of them here Mrs. H. Palmer and family have
l,, to go ,elsewhere to repeat the same would have bearing-down pains and For such-a low-down purpose moved to the farm vacated j _._ -
by J. S.
pr gram. He obstinately' opposes all was act well at any time" cays M..... They are training eye and ear. Forsyth and family. .

Improvements that necessitate higher tamer D. V.: Williams on wife 6,of this a well-knowa place.: But those who are always cheating Rev. J. H. Kelly will fill his appoint
"I
taxes, and is contented with wasting Lute When they have to add divide at
., kept getting aid having t. or ment Rock church Saturday and GENERALI'NSURANCE
time and horseflesh on poor roads ro U bed." continues Mrs. Williams Will blush to think they've cheated Sunday. Everyone cordially invited
r rather than pay a small additional tax i describing the troubles from which When they reach the other side. to attend. .
for good roads. His land is sold for she obtained r.ll.f through the nee .f C. II. Newsom and little daughter HAROLD C. WALL
tuxes, and it takes many dollars and j CarduL "My huibaid ,
I savlig Yard And they copy by the hours Bernice, passed through here. Satur
much trouble to redeem it; he didn't I of Cardul proposed gettlsg' It fr me. The things they could have learned day afternoon. I STAtfKE
know it was advertised for sale, for "I saw after taking M.e Cardul FLORIDAFIRE
J And when they come to telling it : Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse ,
that I was
was a
I he doesn't take the improving. The result I
paper any morehe -- was Their marks are wrongly earned rofcssional caller in
this
aurprlslag. I felt like a different section last LIFE
"ain't going to for the BONDS AUTOMOBILE
pay no $2 I person. O. the cheating and the cheating Wednesday. He was accompanied by I
paper. Sometimes he runs for of-1 I "Later I suffered fr.. By the followers of the Lord- Rev. W. M. _
w.k.ellaad
flee and Is, of course, dofenttd. For : weak back:, and felt all .. Even the and praises U'U u._..Moody C'O..____h _ . ,I .
run- songs are wiaa vrra aurrenry spent the ---
months afterward he has a sour look I I d4! net rest well at nlckt. I was .. Defiled my many an evil choir. at Pine Hill guest of her weekend
for every voter, as If all had voted ,, nervous aid cross. My husbaii MI4 Mrs. Lois parents. Brady Rosier, Anna Mae Anderson, eria. !
against him, and this does not help he w.uU pet me .... Car ul. which 0, hope of the nation Thigpen and daughter, John 1I0tllnlZ' worth and Marguerite
Mildred
he did. It spent last week near Brook Mr. and Mrs. E. T, Tyaon have
him in a future campaign.. He incurs | strengthened re . UT Are fail ,, Anderson, Willie Dowlinp
to I
doctor said I you here er, guests of her sister Mrs Mildred moved to
got slag na& I was lag Clyde : Macclenny i
debts without knowing or caring if .ed healthy When the calls for truth and honesty Shaw. Kickliter, O. G. Smith, Mamie Den.
ceaeltlen. I '
he pan pay within the time stipulated, .ay t.o much fer If caaaet Are ever loud and clear mark were visitors to Starke Sunday Loca Lee Cason Is attending Meseey's -
thOntries\ every way to wriggle[ him. Thousaaes .f women hay. suffereda. Are the future citizensOf RA1FORD afternoon. Business College in Jacksonville.
self ,out of the"obligation.. On the Mrs. Williams describe, uaUI they you, fair America, W. I. Roberts was busi Miss Scott spent .the week-end in
transacting
other hand, if he js the creditor, he i found relief from the, use ef CardaL ness in Jacksonville Starke with her parents.
Jan. .
will exact the last farthing lie takes I Since It hM helped .. noany, yotf Days- Raiford 21.-A. D. Andrewswas I during the week.
F advantage of others honesty and ne1cepsity I heuld net hesitate t. try Cardul U Pile. Cored In 6 a visitor to Jacksonville ,,during Mrs. Brint Roberta, of Worthington ,
troubled with DnuMltt*refundmone' If PA7O OINTMENT full* the first of the week. Springs was the The Quinine That Docs Not Ailed The' HeedBKBDM
,
whenever he can. If he wants womanly afinentaFor ,. : : guest of Mr. and
tcu Itching Illlnrt )DlnKlma
/ Pnxnidtiia
to take a Job away from another, he I IY sale everywhere &61 InHtnntiv nwiutxiv iHto"e.. liihlnd Him, old yon cc"PilM.r' Prof. Schell spent the weekend in Mrs.. W. I. Roberts last week-end. TIVE UKOMO of its QUININE tonic end CUbMU lautive' ) C.O effect boaWo LAXA.
LLf tt tu.t h..u.,1U1a. ... '
Pta.Q
I I'Ina{ ei1vZ Joe Hendricks is by anyone withnut caufllng aervouene.eortmpnq(
visiting In Geor- in the b.ad. E.W.CKOVfc nutur.vubue..F
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GAIETY SATURDAY NIGHT thousand J. C. Crews, Gnllford. ;

[Bits of LocalInformation Will Furnish Music-For Dance Atc( -Jo la. ICM-tf. r l I 1

I Show at Armor)', Auspices Loral CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for
I, Military Company prices arid ship your tier of aU!
grades to Cress Manufacturing Co., 'Spot Cash Sales-
\ II "A Night in Hawaii," one of the Jacksonville Florida. 3-5-20-ljrr

most fascinating Hawaiian musical
LtLI II c- 0... 1.I 'I act appearing before the public, will! FOR SALE-Good SO acre! farm, good -
p........ I. aae C..i..i T be the attraction at the Gaiety Thea- pair of mules tttp good mulch cows, ,' .
ltre'J on Saturday evening, Jan. 22nd one two-horse Buckeye riding cultivator -' Lower Prices

.. I in connection with the greatest of J. F. Bennett, Lake Butler -
-w err-.. I I feature serial drama now appearingon l Ha. 1.144t"FOR .

t J.oui.I1. Hill, of Lawtey, was trans, : count of this mistake. the screen, "The Silent Avenger 3e;
ting business in Starke Tuesday i I and an added comedy of the Larry SALE-Florida runner seed flea.I' :I:
: I In the list of contributors to the I Semon output, one of the bent comedians nuts, 4 cents; White Spanish 5 f.\
lion I. W. Pinholster, of Brooker,' Woman's Club fund, in our last issue, 1 in the world, entitled, "The Star cents per pound, f. o. b. Lake Park, I On January 15th I discontinued all <,
,:, ras a visitor to Starke Wednesday. J Sam Rosenberg was credited with $5. I I Boarder" This i is going to be a big Ga. Cash with order. F. M. White | charge accounts and sell for cash t'
& Son Lake Park now
| Ga. 12-17-8t
This was a typographical error, and I nlght'at the Gaiety and something ex ,
A fA few doses C60 break a cold. should have been $25.J. traordinary for the people of Starke I only. By doing this I can make lower ,
r FOR SALE-N. C. Florida Runner
and this vicinity or
1 1V J Mrs. W, H. Jones, of Pineda is visJlttng B. and 11. H. Davis, of Lake City "A Night in Hawaii" is not a moving -, seed peanuts. We offer for prompt prices, and I find my customers like the ''

her ulster, Mrs W. E. MiddleIton. were guests this week of their sister, picture; it is one of the most, eau' acceptance and cash with order theN change. Thev prefer paying cash and ;
Mrs. G. C. Sweat. J. B. Davis has tiful lyceum attractions that has ever C. or Florida Runner seed peanuts I''
recently) "received a discharge from been seen In this vicinity, and comesto at '1. per bushel (4c per Ib) making the saving in price. _,I

tiRG. W. Baisden, of Jacksonville, has the U. S. army and has come back to the Gaiety with the endorsementof put up In new sacks f. o. b. Lowell ''

.been visiting relative here during the Florida to make his home. careful managers who play nothingbut Fla. II. T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fla.17tf. Come to this store when you need any .. '
>rraek. first class attractions in their
I thing in Men's Women' and Children's
Rub-My-Tism cures bruises, cuts, houses. s
lave your strawberry tickets ready burns, sores, tetter, etc. 2-11-21 "A Night in Hawaii" breathe the FOR SALE CHEAP-One fireproofsafe Shoes, Men's and Boys' Clothing and 11
(when you need them. We will point alluring magnetic sweetness in melody 48 inches high, 32 Inches wido !
|them for you. If you have been notified that your and atmosphere of these quaint and 26 inches ttaep. Inside compartment I Furnishings. You will find that we are

," subscription to the Telegraph has ex and lovable people in this delightfully have one metal inside I giving the best goods for the least mon t
Zack Anders has moved with his pired, please renew at once. After romantic country. private safe, two private drawers,
'f$ |family to the Sydboten cottage on this week we will revise our subscription - The program Is well balanced, offering nine pigeon holes, one book case 91 ey.
1t|Cherry street. list, and all who have not paid sufficient popular or American by 15 inches, and one book case
up will have their names taken off. melodies to make it Interesting and by 20 inches, also one Championaccountant
n R. A. Weeks, the Brooker naval attractive for all. The personnel of register W II. Griffin,

!.;)y stores operator, was in town Thurs4RubMyTism Mrs. George Epperson and Miss the company is comprised of the Hampton, Fla. 1142t.

.....,dayl Edna Epperson, of Lake Butler, will highest character of natives, refined, AGENT WANTEI> Lady gentleman J. M. ALVAREZStarke
or
1 r entertain in honor of Miss Eva Ep cultured and excellent musicians capable wanted 'in ',' ,
agent the city of
< relieves Rheumatism, Mr. of remarkable execution coloringand
person's approaching marriage to
,,1 Neuralgia.? Sprains. 2-11-21 Geo. A. Anderson The affair will be harmony blending, offering a program Starke to sell the genuine J. R. Florida I
shower that is bright charming of Welkins medicines, spices, extracts, ,
and
'MThe a on next Monday afternoonat I r'
toilet preparations! etc. All or .
ruins and other unsightly obI the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. lasting impression. time. spare
';Joels, which mar the appearance of Epperson in Lake Butler. The Hula Hula, the native dance, wonderful opportunity to lk!
1 our. town, should be removed. much misunderstood outside the native get in business for ;yourself. Write / .
today for free particulars! and sam
'" David of World land, is wonderfully Interpreted
Shipler, veteran the 1 t't
pIe. J. R. Watkins Co. 60 Memphis 1
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was War and who was with the army of artistic charm of grace and personality
,1n<6tarke Monday, shaking hands with occupation Germany, accompaniedby by Mme. Vierra lending such Tenn. 11421"r {

1' s many friends. his mother, Mrs. E. II. Shipler, wonderful coloring to her effort that
f. Keedysville, Maryland, arrived today this number never fails to please. f r Mothers, Prepare
: ,:T. F. Hemingway and family have and will spend some time with Harvey With the ease and graceful smooth- When a Ctrl becone a. womtarn, Coca Cola .
.:1 a returned to Starke afterliving several M. Snyder and family.! ness characteristic of these very won- wl.a a wentaa become a toetker .
+ months in Jacksonville. derful people Mme. Vierra brines: all I 1 and when a WOl1la.r .
3411Vi1'k:". of her artistic r passes through the I
into
this interpretation
' 'i The Victory Day Service last Sunday powers
'Zat'k
changvs of middle'
'returned; evening at the Baptist church waywell with such realistic exactness Itle are the three
t\Months ) attended and much apprec lLte'! that her audience are wafted from the I'I j periods of life .lieu in bottles
\ at Green Cove of
Springs.' by the audience. The splendid program scenes the theatre far awaY'to the I Dr. Plerte's FavorIte now
& " quaint lands of these
r as published in last week's Telegraph kind and lovable | Prescription I*
: ft 666 quickly relieves a cold. people. This is exactly the .
. ; was carried out as arranged, same com most D '" and Mrs. F. A. Scott, president of the pany and"artists who have been daily tttouiands would
: e\ W J. Epperson and family motored together rntour, for nearly three testify Just as doe '
local W. C. T, U., deserves much
-rHo S Lake Butler Sunday and the I hence will tae folIonlDR;: I
were for her :years, it be a most remark-
praise efforts in
guests of G. A. Epperson and family.t9t'I preparingthis 'able entertainment. Rapid.. Va.--I 6 cents at all
excellent)] program. took Dr Pierce' Favorite Prescrip
\' ; Immediately after the last show the tion about ,
two
year ago Rev. B. D. Law is in
Jacksonville troupe will
repair to the
and
666 breaks a cold Quicker than any armory aid cot slug. file-better
f'l W(Assisting in a series of meetings at remedy we know. 2-11 furnish music for the dance which than any slier time. I was III only
j Voodlawn Baptist e urt'h. will be given under the auspices of two hours ar maybe less.. I am the
the local military company. These mother of seven children.*-MKS. J.
I H. C. Richard who recently movedto
' Mrs. T. R. Griffin of Jacksonville, Palatka from, Starke seems to be excellent musicians will draw a large I. IIALIBUKTON It. I*. U. lrRend Dealers ; ;
c":Was a guest last week at the home of number of dancers from other section lo (Ar large trial package
fitting into a prominent place in the
.ber' uncle, Dr. W. E. Middleton. Favorite Prescription Tablets to Dr. I 1
business circles of the "Gem City.
Fierce' laralld
When hotel! l1uAlIolt),N.y,
't everyone works and nobody
From a recent issue of the Palatka
,; ; F. F. Stump has been in Jackson shirks, .-__.... -., __
. I,111e News we learn that Mr. Richard has j : :: ": 7'::':;' ,
during the week attending they been elected a director of the Putnam You can raise a town' from the
: ssions of the Masonic
Grand Lodge. deadIf
National Bunk, Palatka's largest
' 'il banking institution.D. while you make :your personal stake
Have your strawberry tickets prints Your neighbors can make one, too ,
I early and avoid the rush Round Your town will
or force recently moved back to be what you want to
square tickets printed at the Tele- Staike from Jacksonville and has purchased see,
raph office. I a tract of farm land on the It isn't the town-it's you. Buy What You Need and
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Starke-Middlcburg/ road east of the
To prevent a cold take GG(5.( i Randolph schoolhouse. He has started CARD, OF THANKS ,

the erection of a handsome bungalow -
Mrs. J. H. Ritch spent several days on this property and will shortly We take this means of expressingour Business
Jacksonville last week and while have it ready to be occupied by his appreciation and sincere thanksto Keep MovingThe
(there was the guest of Mrs. Carrie family. Mr. Boree is a live wire and the neighbors; who so kindly contributed #

uddeath. his friends are glad to have him return a day' work last Monday,
to Starke. on account of oursickness and trou
,I 1 John Forsythe and fanlily, of the a ble. Especially do we thank Messrs. I

eilbronn section, have moved to SIIEATS ISSUES! CALL FOR Sidney Jackson, Andrew Jackson andC.
tarke and his children. have entered CONFERENCE AT LIVE OAKA P. Kersey. May God blass them. exercise of too much economy at this time will be almost sure to

e B. II. S. MRS. J. L. WARREN, result in a return to the high price standard of last year. It therefore behooves

earl has been issued by State Su IDA WARREN. everybody to get themselves into a normal frame of mind and go
J. T. Wills of Starke
,, formerly now perintendent of Public Instruction W.
Waldo, is in a Jacksonville hospial N. Sheats requesting that every coup ATTENTION CAMP 138 W. O. W. ahead buying what they need instead of holding off in the expectationthat

recovering from a successful operation Superintendent' in the state, school prices will be still further reduced in the near future.
for appendicitis.Auto officials and high school principals to Your attendance at the first meeting -
attend the approaching state conference ; night in February is earnestly
M. desired. The election of During the war heavy exportations to Europe made commodies scarce
tops and auto painting. at Live Oak, Feb 1518. << two delegatesto
viton, Starke. 1119tf. "No county superintendent can afford -' the meeting! of the head camp occurs in this country and abnormally high prices resulted from the scarcity. High

- to absent himself" Mr. Sheats on that night. Remember the prices will always prevail when demand exceeds supply, no matter what
J. E. Howe has had new fencing in a letter addressed to school date, Feb. 4th, and come.Fraterna1ly. .
says ccuae' the condition. If the American people stint 'themselves at this timeto
erected around his bungalow on Cher- officials throughout the state, "and It ,
street occupied". W. M. Bryan will be a lasting reflection upon him J. W. MORGAN, Clerk. the extent that mills and factories are forced to close down while reserve -

and family. and his interest in his work to stay stock are being used up there will shortly be such a scarcity of

away upon some flimsy pretext of an Colds Cause One awl Influenza goods that prices will soar again. Already many mill are closed down
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Barbour and LAXATIVE
? excuse as is sometimes done, or to runaway EROMO QUININE Tablnteemove tit
Jhttle daughter Loraine, of Jackson after one or two sessions of the caono. Thure Is ml7 one "Bmi"o Oulnlra.K. and many others are running on short time. If this condition continues
,
t Lville, spent the week-end with her conference. The conference will bea W DROVE'S!: *'-* -,. m l rv.. "fun. reserve stocks will be used up in a few month, and instead of further reduction a

|,mother, Mrs. Angie Stern burg. strictly business meeting In which in prices we will find ourselves fare to face with heavy price ad #
the whole aim and plan of the work
F. F. Stump has had the fences I for the next four years as they relateto vances.
'around his property on Thompson the school officers and the administration fENTAWORnUCOLUMNIJ

'made.street overhauled and other repairs -Not COMPLETE It took four years for prices to reach the high watermark of last year., a f"

THE SEVEN AGES We cannot reasonably expect: them to come back down to the pre-war

To break a cold take 666. 2-11 standard in a few months. The return to old-time price standards will re.

1890-Rum. quire time, probably several years, and the sooner we recognize this and go 's
Mrs. W. i:. Middleton and children FOR SALE-A
: 1900-Rye. good heavy farm
ahead need arise the better it will be for
they
buying to meet our as ui
and Mrs. W. II. Jones motored to 1910-Scotch. A horse. H. L. Stevenson, Starke, Fla/ ,
Green Cove last Sunday and spent the 1918-Gin. l-7-4t for if we tint too much at this time we will pay for it later. '.

day with Mrs. R. D. Rnwlcy. 1919-2.75 p. c, .. -

1920-Home brew FOR SALE-One Ford runabout, in And while the re-adjustment i is taking place let us all remember thatif
Mrs. C. W. Liddon spent the week good! nhape. '
1921-Just memories. $200. Apply this of
end with Mrs. Anna Mixon and returned Next fice. 1-21-11 we are to have a prosperous country all elements must be prosperous.In .

Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon 1922-Tobacco. other word, we must be willing for the other fellow to have a living y
to be with her daughter, Mrs. 1925-Near tobacco. FOR RENT-Farm land.. Also sin '. chance. ,
.
Jack Rollins. .. gle wagon for sale. See Mrs. M.
1930-Rope. ,.
1940Cornsilk. A. Dal den, Starke. 1212t"FOR

H. B. Wiggins, county superintendent 1950-Near corns ilk. Better buy now to meet present need, and by all means buy from ;

of public instruction, has moved 195r-Punk. SALE-Big type Poland China your home merchant if he can supply you. If he hain't in stock what

from Hampton to Starke, and his chil- 19(10( -Just! memories. hogs Model.bred See to M.son of Ilerlong' Rig you wane give him a chance to order it for you. He i is the fellow that pays
dren have entered the B. H. S. F. Brown, at Abstract
IT ISN'T-YOUR TOWN, IT'S YOUIf office, Starke. 114tf. part of the taxes and helps in every other way to keep things moving

The cold wave scheduled to arrive FOR SALE-Pet rabbits, part New along in your home town and county. i

here Monday night, Was accidentally you want to live in the best of a Zealand. $1 each, or four doe and
switched off at Atlanta. We have no town buck
one for $.. Nathan Keene,
f quarrel with the weather man on acr The kind of a town you like Hampton, Fla. It*
----- -- You needn't slip your clothes in a grip -
And start on a long, long hike. FOR SALE--Fordson Tractor
Catarrh Con Be Cured You'll] only find what you left behind. almostnew
one 2-horse wagon, one mow- BANK OF STARKE
, Catarrh Is a local diwain greatly Influnreit -
;.. bjr aurmtltutlun l condition, It For there's nothing that's really ing machine and rake. At J. W ,,
,therefore requires constitutional trtm new. Andrew & Son' Stables. 1.21.2t'FOR I
> nt. HALLO CATAHKH MEDICINE It's knock at yourself when
:you
a --
!too taken act through --'-
I I the Hlood on'th.yMu..'ou Burfacea of knock your town.It SALE:-MO. 1 cypress sningle E. S. MATTHEWS I Pres. c EO C.
I the Bymera. HAUL'S CATARRH isn't the town-It'* you. WHITE Cashier
\MEniCINK destroys the foundation of -r
he dlauae patlont: itrenirth by'Improving To Cure Cold In O.e
: a
'' th:1 hualth and aulcui Real towns are not made by men Day '-.
.nature In doing Its work Tlk LAXATIVE PROMO CM 171' NK:1T.htet.l It
t All DniKirliit Circular* free. afraid unie the('ough end Hoedarhe and worbi off the ,
IP. 1. Cheney Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Lest somebody else gets ahead. Cold. I V/. CROVE iiguetura on.aib box.JQo.: _


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rcc JZZ ZZlZaZIIZ' I here TOi evTHYIii ;u"V; ,fTTT i uTy TTeeto Issue?' for us 6n3' tli,*,,.tit g oTjf "sihe5Tule:" IificJ'1i'T8 hIU"OJ'WT.: '11'r< 'y.m tftitt MAN\ FINDS VALUABLE

t delightful but-er-instructhe. Goodnight I "I wanted to give: you one final S crashing to the earth together. Bryce PLANT IN SOUTH. SEAS
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sir and pleaxiint dreams. chance to repent I know your plan. By virtue of their logging-contract underneath. And then something: happened

With difficulty the Colonel You have It In your power tn "rnntih. and With a howl of pain. Rondeau According to John Pomeroy, a traveler -
IIul..rC.II..1 the Cardigans
with Pennlngton.
Tile I, ed a grout Howetcr. he free rolled over on bin bark and lay clasping ] who, has spent years among the
their were transported
4 I ;1 sort of man nho nunVni in Hlleuce<< ; employees railroad his left wrist In hid right hand savage and half-savage tribes of the

for a minute later the butler leaning over I'ennlngton's logging' resolved" ; while Bryce scrambled to his feet South Sea Islands] many valuable secrets -
hence when Bryr Cardigan
VALLEY o\er the banisters us his master climbed tile matter "The good old wrist-lock does the are possessed by these natives
to wait upon .Tule. Uomlean In -
the stairs to his library heard the tfaat It wascharacteristic trick" he announced<< ; and stooping regardingcertain plants which are
of that murdered
latter curve with an eloquence that of him to choose the he grasped the wooda-boss by the collar aid to have tare medicinal powers.It .

-. of theGIANTS was singularly appealing. to his with his left hand lifted him and was recently announced by Pom-
direct route
hot-test and most >
struck Mm a terrible Mow In the face rroy that he had learned of one of
and as the long string of emptytoggingtrucks
quarry
I CHAPTER VII. 1 off' the with his right. Hut for the arm that these plants which, when cdhibined

i J .,.e (.ftmtraWl'lIng upheld him. Rondeau would hare fallen with other vegetable] ingredients
Laguna Grande Lumber comfiany's log-
Colonel Beth r'ennlngton looked: up i if To have him fall however was known to be valuable] produced amazIng

f f sourly as a clerk\ entered his private : dump; he swung over the aide quite and not part of Bryce's plun. Jerking the results in cases. of stomach trou
Ignorant of the fact thaLShlriey
office. "Well?" he demanded "brus : fellow toward him he passed his arm ble and the many ailments which generally -
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her precious relative were riding
+' By PETER B. KYNEAotho quely. When addressing his employees i the around Rondeau's neck holding the go with thls.V He introduced anew I
r the little caboose In rear.
r P the Colonel artdom bothered latter's head as In a vise with the medicine of this kind which is :
of to assume bis pontifical wanner. At twelve-ten the train slid In on crook of lila elbow. And then the battering called Puratone and his statementseems :

y.a "Gappy Rick*" "Mr. Bryce Cardigan la waiting to the log landing. started. When It was finished. to be verified by a large number !

yl s*>e you sir!' 'Csli "Where's Rondeau? Bryce asked. Bryce let his lean KO, and Rondeau of people who have been praising
+ The engineer pointed'to a huge
r. "Very"well.. Show him In. blood sobbing, and .semi-conscious this medicine inpublic newspaperstatements. \I

t ZYzxxxxxxxxxxixxxiiixxx Bryce enteVed. "Oood morning I li I ) swarthy man approaching serous the sprawled on the ground According: to-these statements -
I In which the was sit
OoprrtcM kr tea a ..,.. Colonel" he said plnaVantly. and brazenly I I clearing camp Bryce bent over him. "Sow. damn the results are remarkable. Arrangements -
'j' uated. "That's him. he replied.And .
M thrust out his band that tree have been made for the
you he roared, "who felled
Mt I I without further ado. Bryce'trode
public to be supplied] with Puratone
t "Not for me my boy" the Colonel In Cardigan's redwoods?"
SYNOPSIS. to meet his
yrrd man. .
here Mitchell's
by Drug
I, assured him. "I hud enough of that "I did. M'slenr. Enough-I con- Store and at
"Are ;Jules Rondeau be demanded
last night. We'll Just consider tbe I II' yon tC'flllI" words whl other places in Bradford county as
CHAPTER : The were a JlC'r.
trio
Pioneer In California us he came tip to the woods- follows: C. B. Roberts Graham.Adv. .
t redwood rcclon. John Cardl an, at bund-Blinking all attended to. If you "Did Colonel Pennies-ton suggest It --
5 .seven I. t h.* leading cltlMu of .fortw-I' I' please. Have a chair; sU down and boB The latter nodded. Tra Bryce to .-Jan. 21. Feb. 4th.
owner of mills. .bl[., and many Cardigan: ," his Interrogator announced your
-i timber, a widower after thre. ,..ar. of tell me what I can do to make you "He want ze burl. By gar I do not -
"and I'm here to trash for chopping -
married U!., father you PAYMENT
ANTS
and of two-dsyold ; OF $210.000
want to fell rat tree-
happy"
( Brrce In
Cardigan. that big redwood tree over
delighted to find you In suoli. "That's all I want to know" Stooping ON po NOTE 147 YEARS OLD
that little valley where mother ls
I CHAPITER!: rL-..At fourteen Bryce makes a generous frame of mind. Colonel. my Bryce seized Hondeau by the nape
The burl rd.
tor acquaintance to Sequoia, and of Shirley 10... junior Bumnar by,a a via.few You can make me genuinely happy bj "Ohl" Hondeau smiled "tTls of the neck and the slack of Ms overalls Syracuse, Jan. 12.-The claim*ff

Together they ... : the Valley of renewing for ten years on the same lifted him shoulder-high and W. F. Morgan, a machinist of this
1 Eean. ., .eaered to John pleasure, M'IIIt>ur." And without amoment's
r
Cardigan and
i., r a. the burial place of '. terms as .the. original contract, you threw him ns one throws a sack of city to $210,000 from the state of
Drl/" hesitation he rushed.
WUMft .5i II> pert with mutual regret., arrangement, to freight the logs of the! "I Will Not Renew Your Logging Contract I Bryce meal, full at Colonel Pennlngton. New Hampshire, on a $50 note given ;

y CHAPTER III.- While tat I Cardigan Itedwood Lumber company ," backed circled away from him warily, and "Ton threw me at him. Now I his ancestors in 1774 might well be ;

f ll logo John Cardigan meet.Bryce with heavy col I, from the woods to tidewater." the Cardigan Kedwood Lumber com I they throw him at you. You damned, used as an object lesson in compound '
a builneai loam and for the lint time : his I "When I get through with you RooI interest. One
views Colonel Pcnnlngton cleared hundred and forty-six s
It
tne future with pany acquire at fifty per cent of thieving greedy hypocritical "eoUDdrel -
uncertainty dean, Bryce said distinctly "It'll takea
r throat with a propitiatory "Ahem-m- IU vain and merge; Its assets with your If It weren't for your years and years ago New Hampshire was hard
CHAPTER IV.-After graduation fraja 10 I'= Then he removed his gold spec Laguna Grande Lumber You I good man to lead you to your meals. hair I'd kill pressed for funds to finance*the Revolutionary
, I company. your gray you.
S. ,
/ college, and a trip abroad, Hryoe Cardi tacles and carefully wiped them witha This country Isn't big enough for both War that loomed the
0 rI pn comae home. On the train he meets are -an ambitious man. You want to of us, and since you came here last The helpless hulk of the woods-boas upon
Shirley Sumner. on her to silk handkerchief as carefully replaced horizon John Winslow, an ancestorof
i way Sequoia to be the greatest redwood manufacturer 'I IIn descended upon the Colonel's expan-
L make her home there with her unc''". them his aristocratic you've got to go first"Bryce Mr. the
nose Morgan loaned state
ten
upon
j Col. Pennlngton. Bryce learn that his California and In order to achieve sive chest and sent him crashing earth ,
I atner'e. eyealght haa failed and that Col. and then gazed curiously at Bryce."My your ambitions, you are willing to ruina stepped In, feinted for Rondean's ward. Then Bryce war-mad. turnedto pound. sterling. He was given a note

I'ennlngton aeeklnc to take advantage of dear young friend I My verydear competitor: you decline to play the jaw with his right and when face the of Grande bearing compound interest. The clip
r 4 the old man' bum..... mleforuitiea.CHAPTER the woods-boss quickly recovered rip ring Laguna employees
I young friend I I must protest. at game like a thoroughbred." about him. of paper, yellbw with age, bears'thesignatures

\. Olante V...-In the Valley if the. being asked to- discuss this matter. "I play the game of business accordIng ped a sizzling, left Into the lstter'smidriff. "Next he roared. "Singly. In of the secretary and the
t young Cardigan Onde a tree felled Your father and I have been over It 1 In Rondeau grunted and dropped treasurer of the state with the pledgeof ]
directly to the the whole damned I" ,
I acroei hi* mother' grave. rules of the game; I do pairs or pack
fr / _Uon. that It ..... detail failed and that his guard with the result that Bryce'sgreat interest
are cut down to Indl-I ; we to agree nothing Illegal air." I ."Mr. Cardigan I" compound payable-
y, j the burl and evidence Menu to show nettles It" fI.-. played e a devil's tattoo on The little
nually.
Pennlngton and hie woode-boii, Jules "And nothing generous or chivalrous. his Be turned. Colonel Pennlngton's $50 note grew and
A Roll ....u, are Implicated. In the outrage. "I did not expect you to agree to Colonel you know your plea of a 1 I crouch countenance and before he. could breath had been knocked out of his grew until Mr. Morgan who securedit

my requeet. I am not quite that rover. of his st'lI1lconfleloUI from his grandfather has now begun -
CHAPTER VI.-Dtnln. with Col. Pea shortage of rolling-stock is that the i body by the impact -
"This Is a tough one, thought Bryce.
1 nlngton 'and hie niece. Bryce flndi the uptlulatlc, Bryce replied evenly. I 1 contract for hauling. our logs has been woods-boss, and he lay Inert ( proceedings to collect a total sum
tl" room paneled. with redwood burl: confirm thought that poxulhly, If I reopened His Mown had not apparently, had the of $210,000.
l'? ing. hi. euaptclon of Pennlngton'e. ..all L hove very' profitable and will be more profitable lightest effect on. the woodsboss.Crouched gasping/ like a hooked fish. Beside 2 2I
negotiations might
In a diplomatic .way unperrelved by Bhlr yon a rmson- In the future If you will accepta him Shirley Sumner was kneeling her
ley, the two men declare able counter to low and with his arms j
war -prnissltlon suggest. flfty-cent-per-thoqsand Increase on hands clasping: her uncles, but with Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Tuesday in
wrapped around his heed Rondeau
"I haven't thought of Jacksonville.
any. the freight rate and the her'violet eyes blazing fiercely on I
renew contract
For about a second Colonel >r'en llng. "I suppose If I freed( to sell you for ten yeare"e till came on unfalteringly/: and Bryce Bryce Cardigan: .... '::?:: _. 'Siiq.iAiAut"j, ] 1
ton met Bryce's glance unwaveringly, I that quarter-section of timber in th was forced to give way before him; to TIilrr"fn5' -ConWeT uTjfecf them.
"How dare she cried. "You
then,<< he read something In his guest'teyea .little. valley over yonder" (he pointed "Nothing doing, young man. Remember save his hands, tie avoided the risk of your Shirley Sumner's
coward !I.I To hurt uncle I" flashing glance >
not la a position to my
and his glance shifted while to the east) "and the natural outlet you are battering Rondeau's hard head and rested upon the Black Minorca. "Don't \
He at her for
ask favors. gazed a moment \
over his, benign countenance a flushspread for your Squaw creek timber )'ou.d. sinewy arnut.Already ftereel"_ deflnntlv.. his client Hfilnfr and :_Toil dnra!t" Kite ra-fnri__ ___ "Tuon_ n __<_v tn__ 2
1 quIC'! ly. Bryce noted It, and I II quickly think of one" Bryce suggestedpointedly. ; "Then I suppose we'll have to go word that/the wOOd it-bolla 'from tlhi; one I For shame #

I his quickly roused suspicions were a, down fighting f was battling with a stranger/: had been falling his recent .
d; quickly kindled Into certainty. "Where "No, I inn not tn the market for that "I do not anticipate much of a shouted! Into the epmpdlning, room, knotted fists gory with the blood of "For a month's pay" he replied Impudently -
1 ft' ( his Then and grinned. "And
the evilly
did you find that freer' he repeated Valley of the! Giants, as your Idealisticfather fight" and the entire crew of that camp,, enemy. light of battle
I died and he hung his head I'm taking: orders from boss." He
Innocently prefers to call I t. The posse "And I'll begin by running your abandoning their half-finished meal "I'm my

"l1on<1l'au. my woods-boss knew 1 wino of that big timber Is an advantage wowta-hoss out of the country came pouring forth to slew the contest. sorry," lie murmured "not for his started on a dog-trot for the timber

was on tbe lookout for Romethlngspecial I expect to enjoy before I acquire "Ah-hl"' Out of the tall of his eye Bryce saw sake but yours. I didn't know you and a dozen men trailed after him.

-something nobody ,else could many more gray hairs. But I "You know why, of course-those' them coming but he was not- apprehensive were here. I forgot-myself." Shirley turned helplessly on her

get ; so he kept his eyes 01>eU." .do not expect to pay for It" burl panels In your dining room. Ron-i i for he knew the code of the "I'll never speak to you again BO uncle seized his arm and shook It

"Indeed |I" There was just a trace "Do you expect me to offer Jt to dean felled a tree In our Valley of the woodsman : "I..t every man roll his long as I live" she burnt out passionately frantically "Call them backl)
1 I I of Irony In Bryce's tones as he drew you as a bonus for renewing our hauling Giants to get that burl for.you. Colonel own hoop." It would) he a fight, to a them bark I" she pleaded.

t i| Shirley's chair and held It for_ her. contract?" Pennlngton." j,finish for no man would Interfere; Be advanced a' step and stood gazing Her uncle got uncertainly to his

1 : ;: "You are fortunate to have, such a The Colonel snapped his dope Pennlngton flushed.. "I defy you to striking kicking gouging biting, or down upon her. Her angry glance feet "Noton your life I" he growled

woods-bosi *n your employ. Such alley George" he declared "that's a prove that" he almost shouted. i choking would not be looked upon as DIet his unflinchingly ; and presently I and !In his cold gray eyes there danced

I loyal fellows are usually too good toi bright Idea, and a few month. ago I "Very well. I'll make Rondeau confess unsportsmanlike j and as Bryce hacked for him the light went out of the the lights of a thousand devils. "I told

i i he true, and qulto frequently they put would have been Inclined to considerIt ; perhaps he'll even tell me who cautiously away from the huge, lithe worlrl. I you the fellow was u rufllan. Now

their blankets on their back. and get very seriously. Hut now='' vent him after the burl. Upon ''my active and powerful man before him "Very well"' he murmured. "Good .perhaps. you'll believe me We'll hold

out of the country when you leant ex- "You figure you've got us winging word I think you Inspired. that he realized that Jules Bandeau was bye." And with bowed<< head. he turned him. until Rondcan revived, and then

; pact It I dare soy It would. be a eh?" Bryce was smiling pleasantly."I dastardly raid. At any rate, I know : as his father had stated "top dog and made off through the ,green tlmbe 1 ._" :

shock to you If lUmdeau did. that. am making no admlsaions" Penn UondfHU U guilty' and you as Ills among the lumberjacks." toward his own logging-oil five Shirley': guessed the rest and she

l't' 1. There wns no mistaking the veiled lngton responded elll&'l11atlcallnor employerand th'l! beneficiary of his Rondeau. It was apparent had no miles distant realized that It was useless to plead-

t tluvut behind that apparently Innocent any hauling contracts for my neigh crime must accept the odium stomach/ for Bryce's style of combat. With the descent upon his breast of that she was only wanting time. 1

: ' + (observation and the Colonel being bor's logs" he added. The Colonel's face went white. "I He wanted a rough-and-tumble fight the limp body of his big woods-bully "Brycef( Bryce! she railed. "Itun!

k a man of more than. ordinary antute- "I suppose I'll have to abandon logging do not admit anything except that youippear and kept rushing hoping to clinch ; If Colonel I'ennlngton had been struck They're, after you Twenty of them I

neat!, reullKett that at last he must In Township. nine and go back to to have lost your head young he could but get his great hands on to earth as effectually as If'a falr-slzec Itun, run-for my sake

fj m "' place his curds on the table. "VeM," the Ran Hcdrlif; Bryce sighed re- III an. However for the sake of argument Bryce, he would wrestle him down. tree had fallen on him. the last whiff His voice nriN\vered her from the

f" r he kuld "I would be rather disappoint signedly."If : grouting that Rondeau felled. of breath had been driven from hIs timber: "ItunT From those cattle?

y, ed. However, 1 pay Itondcau rather |I you do. )'ou'li go broke. You that tree he did It under the apprehension lungs j and for the space of a minute Not from man or devil." A silence

r.'t' ., snore thou It Is customary' to pay ,< can't afford It. You're on 'the verge that your Valley of the Giants during which Jules Rondeau lay heav Then : "So
you've
'woods-bosses. ; .o I Imagine/ lie'11 stay- of Insolvency this minute." Is. a part of my: Squaw creek timber lly across his midriff', the Colonel was have changed; your mind .
?
,
,J: :you You've spoken to me
; unless, of course somebody. taken a "I auppoMe since you decline to tdjolulng." quite unable to get It back (Tale again, !I" There
was exultation
.. omen to run hhu'out of the country i haul our log, after the expiration of "I do not believe that. There was gasping, and jarred from soul to suspenders In his voice. triumph -

And when that happens, I want to be 'j our present. contract and In view of :aialhV In the act-brutality, even ; for he was merely aware that thick "The timber's too
Shirley. I
/ on hand to view the upectacle.." | the fact that we are not financially :Jay mother's grave Identified the land something unexpected: and disconcert couldn't get away
how
an
> -so I'm
1\ .Bryce sprinkled a modicum of salt | able to build our own logging railroad u 'ware, and Rondeau felled the treen lag had occurred. coming baqjc.

I i. In his soup. "I'm going up Into Township j that the wisest course my father ttndii her tombstone." While the Colonel fought for his'! of She alder saw .him burst through thicket

nine tomorrow ufteruoon" he could pursue would be to sell ourtimber. "If that Is so, and Rondeau felled a breath his woodsmen remained In saplings Into the clearing

r remarked' cuHUully. "I tlilnk I Khali 1 In Township nine to you. It that tree -I do not believe he didI oiling paralysed Into Inactivity the sow a half dozen of her 1I1I 'le'8 men
; bj close In
go over to your camp and pay tile t Incomparable adjoins your holdings In the same I am sincerely sorry, Cardigan Name reason of the swiftness and around him like wolves around

Jules u brief visit." t towI blp." Four price and I will pay you for the of Bryce Cardigan's thoroughness a sick steer; and at the shock of th'lrcontn..t.
work
Colonel i had notion the Iron". ., } then she moaned and hid her face
Again the assimilated the "I a .situation would Shirley motioned to .
r them to ., .
_
r movthe In her
i'' hint* but preferred to dissemble. "Oh, I begin to dawn upon you." The Colonelwiw "You can't fiay for that tree," Bryce fir'i i l lr wreckage: nnd they hastened----- treinhllnfr--- ItiirtslaHalf ------.....

+ you can't steal him from me, ChnllItan / smiling now ; his handsome face burst forth. "No pitiful human being I obey, to man and half tiger that he

," he laughed. "1 warn you lu advance wax gradually SHsunilng die ex III" '''- ran pay In dollars and cents for the freed from the was the Black Minorca as tielf-np-

-no spars yourvelf the effort.<< i i slon pontifical "I'll give you a dollar a-imton destruction of God's handi geometric center of weight on the painted<< leader,, 'flcht>d Bryce first

"I'll try anything ouce"' Bryce retorted i a thousand feet! stumpage for It." pork You wanted that burl and Pennlugton stretched.. his his Ding. Colonel The cliolo was a squat, powerful: little ,

1 with,.equal good' nature. "11 ow- "I'm afraid I can't accept that offer. hen my father was blind and could his head from Hide. to legs, rolled man with more bounce to him than a

h ; ever, 1 don't wuut to steal him from ] We paid a dollar and a halt. for It 30 longer make his Sunday pilgrimage violently several times side'like and snorted rubber hall ; 1..IIIIlnlhi./: men by adOz4.11

c' you. I Hunt to ascertain from biroI you know and If we sold It to you ata an to that grove your woods-boes I After the sixth a mucli buck. yards, he hesitated not an Instant
snort he
felt
+ where he procured this burl." 'I I dollar, the sale would not bring us went up and stole that which you better that a clear so but dodged under the blow Bryce

; "lie wouldn't tell you." sufficient money to take up our bonded knew you could not buy. I the exact nature of understanding of lashed out lit him and came up inside
the
C If "He might. I'm II persuasive little { Indebtedness; we'd only have the Sun "That will be about all from you, to liliu, he catastrophecame the letter's guard, feeling for Bryce's
;
cus when I choose to exert myself." j lledrln timber. and Uleftll..s, of the roung man. Get out of my office. looking struggled and sat up throat. Instead he met Bryce's knee

: I p "Uondeitu Is not communicative. He ( Giants l left<< and since we cnnnot log And by the way forget that you have "Where around him a little wildly. in his abdomen. nnd forthwith he folded -

1 V requires lot. of |niiindlng.n," I'J. i either of these at present naturally met my niece." gaMisd.. did -. Cardigan eoT" ,he up like an accordion

'J. 'hllt delicious 50111)1" Bryce murmured we'd tie out of liiialneNs. "It's your Otl'lt't'--IIO I'll ,get out A' The next Instant Bryce had stooped,

,r., blandly "Miss Simmer, may I "That the way I figured It, my 'or your second command'-he snapped Into One of his men pointed to the timber caught him by.: : the slack of the

11 have a cracker boy. 'his fingers In i'eiinlngton's. face which the enemy had Just diM trousers and the scruff of the neck and

The, dinner pusHed plviiHiuuly. i the "Well-we're not going out of business. 'f ooey ,I"Man appeared. thrown him. as he had thrown Ron-

k' challenge ami tU'flance between guest ." I''t'e'hud gone, the Colonel "Surround him-take him" Penning deau Into the midst of the men advancing

nod hint had been no skillfully and "I'ardon me for disagreeing with you.I orderly called his logging-ramp on "Rondeau Will T .."e Care of Him ton ordered. "I'll gh'e-e month's to his aid. Three of them

gracefully
hadn't the slightest nuplclon, that "Not much! We cant afford It."* Rondeiiu. only to he Informed by the climb him, M.d flnlnh the fight In bring-tlmt scoundrel to me. Get him charging over them stretched two

} these two well-grooned men had under "My dear boy my Very dear young !timekeeper who answered the telephone time. But a reugh-and-tumble Jig. quickly 1 Understand" more with well.plnt'ed'blow.. from left

oG her..vC'ry nose as It were, agreedto friend: listen to me.Your paternal that HOIIII.'C1u was )up In thetreen exactly what Bryce was striving was to' Not a man tuovecl3 I'ennlngton to right and, continued on across the

he enemies and then, for the time anrettor.Ts Jhe only human being who timber with the choppers and/ avoid ; hence when Rondeau rushed. shook. with fury, "net film." he croaked. clearing\ running at top speed for he .:

} being turned their attention to other I las ever succeeded In making a perfect could not lie. gotten to the telephoneIn Bryce! side-stepped and peppered "There are enough Of you to do- realized that for all tine. desperation

tai" and more trifling matters. A uprightly monkey of me. When I wanted lens than two hours woodxtnan's ribs. the !,I the Job. Clone In on him-even''body' of his fight and the losses already Inflicted -

t' three-oornered conversation continued to purchase' from him a right of way "Do not send for hilt, then," ""11- Suddenly two powerful hands I'll give" a month', pay to-every' on hit assailant. the odds

t r .'for an hour. Then the Colonel., secretly through his absurd Valley of the alngton commanded. "I'm coming I upon placed between Bryce's were body against him were insurmountable

,; enraged at the rnlm mocking, conleinplutlVe Giants In 'order that I might log my the ele\vn-flfteen train and will fectually halting tie backward shoulders. ef I A ninn of that Indiscriminate mixtnre Seeing him' running away the

{i glanceshlch Ilryrt ever Squaw creek timber, he refuted uie. talk to" him when he comes In for his roes ; then be was Irollt>lI..d"lollIllly prog of Spaniard and Indian known In Laguna Grande, woodsmen took heart

and annn bestowed upon him and un- And to add Insult to Injury. he lunch. forward until he collided !: California alt cholo swept the circle of and. hope and pursued him. Straightfor

able longer to convince himself that spouted a lot of rot about his big At eleven o'clock and just as the dean. With a bellow<< of with R'IDI I men with an alert and knowing glance the loading donkey at the dog-

.he 1, was too al'lw'h'nMlve--thut. this trees, how much they meant to him Colonel was leaving to hoard the woods'boss's arms were triumph the I Ills nnn.e. was FlovloArlelan' but his' landIng Bryce! ran. Beside the donkey
around
4, \ eleven Of teen logging-train .bouud Swinging him until Bryce I straight Mack hair dark russet com. Blood a neat tier of firewood ; In thoChopping
tool young man knew nothing and and the utter artistic horror of running he faced Uw man : plexlon. heady
empty; for the woods. Shirley Snmn eyes, and hawk; hoar ; block where the donkey-
would do nothing even If. he knew who bad forced him Into
the
: a logging-train through that terriblegrip. fireman
grove !
had
made her appearance In his. office."Uncle . gave Mm such a driven It prior to abandoning -
m..tblnJr-rolle., pleaded the Becwslty TMs was less rperublauee to
since no a
particularly he planned to bequeath a personage' Ms
fowl post to view contestbetween
Seth she complained "I'm thAt be the
for looking over some papers, and blltleBl"'ce It than Collmel! Seth was known among his fel-
to !Sequoia! at a public park."I Pennlngton. and It lows Bryce and Jules
lonesome Tbe bookkeeper tells meyou're aa the Black Rondeau wasa
xood-nlght. Foolishly he was obvious he had Minorca, regardless
will
taken
not
renew your logging con charge of double-bitted
going to the of the axe. Bryce Jerked 1t
up loggingcamp.May fact that
Bryce a limp blind and a what he considered this sobriquet
proffered ; tract. That Is final young man. No the onnen.ules.. was loose
I '<> with ?" swung; it whirled on his pursuers
!g ;you scarcely fair to
demon of deviltry taking possession of man can ride me with spurs and getaway "Stand back you men and give a very excellent breed I and rushed
of them. Like turkeysPattering
the latter he Squeezed with simple, with 11." "By all means Usually I ride In' them room," he shouted "Rondean I chicken "That offer's good; enough r
the while he said the cab with the englnefV and fireman ; ,i will take for me" he remarked In before the raid of a coyote
hearty earnestness, : "Oh, I knew that yesterday. chre of him now. Stand businesslike they fled In divers directions
but tones and from
If
?, "Colonel Pcnntngton, I hope I do "Then why" have, you called on metalny ;you're coming. I'll have them back I say I'll dim-targe the man "Come on-everybody. A a safe dlntaoce turned to -
hook on the caboose Step lively, month' pay for J gaze apprehenlrely
M 1, jpot tjai? to. assure, you that ipy ylslt ..taking up my time on a dead my that Interferes. I five rotate work. upon this demon they
QOAr or they'll wouldn't
be holding the train tackle! the
,
\rltlt. heave Job
with
'l1a! j!,unt JU>nrteau] DUty slz men. Had been ordered to bring In.

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'' -. .. - .. 1 Scaife who is a prominent manufaei ? ? ? ? '--- .
--- ----- ----- -- -- -- -- : ? ? ? ? ? I than his
i turer, came here some weeks ago and ? pa or my pa cause he had rood word fur his son and his Hardware .
n New of Florida in Short 1 | to scratch to get a start, and he has
: Paragraphs. -
; I rented apartments. Recently he I.i is 1 1 WIIAT'AILS STAKKKi 11 i kept it while store now that he has growed ,
al" f mm.wrw**'*.-TVvv -ar* >ww*wfTftrirwHrwTfwjrw i i said to have stated that he was biAng J, 1 maul up they hainU They up and took his father's place in the 4.
pursued by enemies from North Carteulina 1] ;. 7rrrr ... f f r f.. ". .. .. 1 .., I showing well but they had a poor way of world. lie wa a right good man if I
We huint made \
[ Live State Newsj; and that he was going to commit i i ** any gnatsplurge t I suicide j I| When a man starts a hotel or boarding I but kept everlastingly at ty i because he sent him a statement t'If
Just
[ house, he puts his premises in repair been mejuni all these yean. ( what he owed the More. He
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m .aAMLra.ISnn..ii.uw.Told< <-&**r---* > paints the building and tborougljly soon us! the tain't but a little I owe him
anyway
by Our Exchanges Pigeons were used for the rescue of cleans up. He does this! *1"- house was built we went to Starke and he know I'll pay him when I get

J. --- '- -'-.'- .- _. -- .. -.--.- -.- .. --.. -- a crew of a seaplane which was in cause he Knows it is necessary in order and Mr Jones loaded. us up with nil I|j around to i it.( Don't want any man (
--- --. j trouble in Pepsacola bay fortyseven I to we could get on our such
procure patronage! Starke is wagon as {i sending me any duns. I'll just tell
The Vero steam syrup mill began rush him to a doctor. Deceased was miles from the land station it fewI I bidding/: for patronage in the way of bedstead cook stove, client, pots, pans | him what I think of him when I go in
operations Monday. Thin mill is one 30 years old and had Nerved overseas I! days age. The plane went to the qur-\ new settlers, but does she follow the I and kettles :As we had a little money ,I there to ,pay him and that's the last
of the largest in the state and is in the late war. i| face of the gulf and when it was I It 1 hotel man' example? Not so you can we 'lowed we would buy a few i I'll trade with him (pa didn't havo
equipped with all the latest machin seen that it was! no longer possible for notic, it. I dishes on our own hook. Hut when I much sense, ItnywuyVI') don't do
Tit t it to take a rise in the air the pigeonsupply I wo told him that, he said Never mind that
ery. It will grind eighty tons of cane The Fl. rida Cane Syrup | The cay council seems to consider the dishes i way nnd never did. We go and
in twenty-four hours. Company I was called on. This resultedin that they have done their full duty knives and forks! I was I settle up before the end l of each month
organized for the purpose or produc- a bird being sent to the station talking to my wife about you all
1 when they notify certain parties to going and if we don't have enough money to
j" ing cane and manufacturing syrup on carrying the of the distress' to get married and she said to
A prank was played on a Century rich message y 1 i remove ruins or unsightly objects. pay the whole bill we pay all we canaj
\, baker when Dome one toured tar down a tract of 3,000 acrell_in Pasco ed aifbhip and very shortly assistance Their decrees are not heeded and the make up a box for you all. I.'an and find out how much more there is
, :' the flue of his bakery. The baker was county, will begin actual planting op 'oame. The message led to thp loca- ruins and tumbledown sheds remain.! spare u'' few dishes and such which {land scratch around and pay that before '
;1e smoked out and the citizens starvedout erations.having Monday 750 with the expectationof I I tion of the disabled plane and the rescue 'I Other parties arc ordered to put down you will need and become useful to we ask for more cretfit.. That1 1 it..
under
I' the of bread acres cultivation of the crew. 1 concrete sidewalks 'in you, ant then there is that rug' you JoHpfus and I that he don't
"J; as required amount when the winter ends. front of their I way see
; could} not be baked. force of season! With a ; lots; such orders are also disregarded. bought me a new one 'brcaus the old forget! Don't want .mY husband, Jo- :t
'tr tract will 100 be cleared men engaged and placed the entire under 1 I I Twelve inch rifles, the largest guns Property owners were'! ordered to one got faided somewhat but it hain't I solos to be beholden to anybody. ;
) An apartment house in which no cultivation I i maintained: by the war department level their sidewalk where lifted and got any holes in it and is about as That's what I say. Now it is the'! '
sJ", childless couple will be allowed a rcnSsStal as! rapidly as possible. I I J along the gulf const, are being trained broken by roots of shade trees In good as new, only its faided somo and I furn end of the year and HeWitt c.. 'ij{
is St. Petersburg's latest achieve- on the old battleship dome parts of town the walks are in we can """ m it as well, as tint. I've Jones needs all that i II due him to it
i jtnent. The' owner is Cleve Leneave, The tent city may lie) broken up and ;i in Ponsacola bay and the same condition as they were the got some curtain for the windowsand I settle ui> his accounts just the same ;:I;,!
:and he is no advocate of race suicide. St. Petersburg may be without a havoc has already 'MBllflat"hullett.j day the order was issued. We havea some \pictures to hang on the wall as kifI1* did and no man has a rite :
,|lie nays only couples with children ramp ground for the \people who call the old battleship. The sewer system, yet property owners to help make it look homelike and '' to go and get out of sorts kaze lie' fri ',
will: be allowed to rCllt; apartments. themselves "Tin Can Tourists." The trained directly at the old stranded I i are not all compelled to make use of say why not ask them to come bore j i asked to pay up. A man thnt ituyshi \""
Jand, that the rule will be strictly ad- chamber of commerce adopted a reso hull it i II explained, and this is fol- 1 it, and structures that would! tliameu and get married? We'll get the judgeto bill. promptly can always get help ', '
t' |Tiered to. lution asking the city officials to limit lowed up by the statement! that it Bulgarian military camp still come over to our house and splice when he needs it. We always (could ,. '
f the stay of campers to ten,days who would be possible to register a larger '! abound, brazenly proclaiming their them right here Oh, "twill be lots of i but somo folks! get! mad just as soon ;
a In order to take care of the fast uses city property and also requestedthat average of hits! than have thus far | owners* disregard for \public health fun. !|, aa they are asked to I pay up, and go "
+' J increasing traffic by rail, due to the the law as to septic! tanks! be en- been registered. It is asserted that and decency. Parts of the streets in ".ell. we dun ns they vaunted\ u:* to. some other place to trade. '?

; ''t opening this week of all the larger forced. these guns can and do shoot true at the northern portion of town have They'd been *o kind to us and asked i Now that don't how a Christian .;.
(hotels on the East Coast the Florida 27,500 yards, although the hug 'weapons | treacherous bog holes where% automobiles us to come So we went. ''spirit even if they do belong to any ,,
East Coast railway has added a sixty The eight year old-son of E. T. Mar- are nil being used at quite that are stalled. After ,many tribulations Jnspfuft was put out lie wa HO meeting house. Them's my entl-
j train through train from Jacksonville"to vil of Vero was almost instantly kill- I distance! ; we finally got a cattle ordinance bashful bl'fure'e got there but l'oIra. !!i ments and Josef fevU that way too.
( Miami, making the schedule of six ed Wednesday afternoon while he was and while the thing was N. J. Jones made it so pleasant we ''Times are bound to be hard after this
g ['trains' each way through Daytona. riding on the tool box of the school Most of the contractors have all the "warm" cattle were penned up at nigh forgot t<5 be bashful / 1 j|I and all l business men need tho,money

I truck near that place when his head (carpenters both union and non-union { night and were scarce on the streets Well, we were married and there |,.1: and need it bnd, attrx) end of each ,
Between twenty and twenty-four off struc ka rural mail box, knocking him men, that they need, at the new scaleof in the daytime. Now they are back they loaded us up t\vitti things that'', year' If not bndder.Continued .
the
; cars of pepperswere shipped out of fromehich truck he and causing injuries wages!, they reported at the meeting again and keep the merchants busy would be useful that they could spare I I ( Next Week) '"
Fort Myers last week and was the died a few minutes la- of the Tampa. Building Employers chasing them from the stores, snd the us as well as not. She said the judge .
1 heaviest: week shipments in peppers ter. It I is said that he was leaning Association. They are a little short i| householders have often to get up at didn't charge! us! a nary cent for marrying I I
of this season. Pepper priceshave over the side of the truck* hangingon of bricklayers but it was stated that night running them ojit of their us It only cost $1.00 fur the '! Strawberry (limo wilt soon be here.
been and are still very good the the outside. The big truck was they have many communications from I yards, where they ravenously devour license and we was married tn Get your tickets in time at the Tele- "
f 4. !shipments of last week: netting. an not going at a rapid speed but the Geot-gi and other points from men I matter that even a billy goat would of the elders! spite, graph oUlce.
s'' It average of $6 crate. child evidently did not see the protruding who would be glad to to to turn up his nose at and leave theirm,1. When
per I go Tampa we inn to our new house It
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mail box in time to dodge it. ft. ..__ __ __ .L.'. uU.
1 get a job, in view of the lack of cm- j, 111.11 Ma niu wifii a if* kin-it vniia was lots of fun fixing up the room I j ASPIRIN
. Arrangements have been made and nlnvmant- f titmiirhniitffiA fnnnfrv. Tt. I! Hut the town officers are not the with curtains for the windows, and i i I
y'carried into effect to bring to Miami Dick unbar, the colored man in was also rporld'that the.epif': only one who are indifferent to the the rug on the floor, and a new/Move .
,from Indianapolis!, Ind., fresh! cream charge of the deer park at Oldsmarhad ty of painters available.At looks of the town, and to whether and every thing look so homey Jose
',h and milk by the use of refrigerator a narrow escape from death Tues prospectors receive a good impressionor fus just sot down and rryed like a Name "Bayer" on Genuine
*,'-carg. It is said to have passed the day morning when he went into the a special meeting: of .the Jacksonville not. Many private parties! allow baby, but I never 'rye',1 a whimper. I *
i experimental stage! and that cream enclosure to feed the animals. Thebuck commission! bids were authorized their sidewalks to be overgrown with : f'lt'I' must be just niejiim but I was
e i and milk are being brought there in deer charged him, got him down j for the dismantling: of the water grass hidden by leaves, or to becomeso ; so happy; though I could bust. Sup I
splendid order. and horns.proceeded his to tear him with his; tower in water works park. The commission pitted with I holes till pedestrianshave I pose if I could have cryed some it / 4I3AVISG3\ \
With clothes
i- nearly torn wants to take down the huge: to use the street pavements whenit would have releavod me Romewhnt or
A big bald eagle swooped down and from his body and bleeding from numerous -, tank from its lofty pedestal and erectit rains to keep from wading/: water. I more see Josef us felt I that way when [ ]
(attacked little Evelyn Gick at Tampa wounds Dunbar yelled for help j at 'the Talleyrand avenue power Their fences! are rotting down, rub- he gof dun crying and tome right: !If>
last night at dusk, as she was trudging Two men ran to his assistance and station for the storage of fuel oil. The blsh encumber their premises their to me and put both arms around me
+ with her little brother and a small seized the deer and got/ the negro out water tower has been one of the most dwellings leak and are sadly! in need and I< 'sad I me fur the first time.

,, dog. A man living nearby hearing side. 1 conspicuous! objects in the city for of \paint. Such things us those enumerated Well, time moved on. Thin all happened
the children screaming' !', secured a gun years. Last summer the commissionsold and many more, give prospective years ago that I am telling yoB ,
and killed the bird which had retreated Residents of Fernandina were awakened the tower to a junk dealer, but settlers an unfavorable impression about when I tuk Josrfu William
to a nearby tree. It measured six early Friday morning by a terrific apparently lIon thinl1: happened to the of our town-make thorn believe Brown fur my hi;baml l and I've never
'., feet from tip to tip. explosion which resembled an purchaser, as he did not come through we are an indigent \poverty-stricken, regretted \it much, that I i. to speak of. Warning 1 Unlum you arm the earns '>a ,
earthquake, which occurred in the cabin with his part of the bargain. I sleepy lot. When to this is added the Josef worked hard and helped, him "n..ycr" on piu'-kagn" !' or <>o tabk... you .
D. D. Elliott foreman of the shrimp boat "Ritchie" and drawback that when he lira nut getting gtmtlno Aniiirin' 1irecrltxxi Y
of the Atlantic I rental houses cannot some cut the wood dug out
,,, Coast Line wood shop atLake-, completely Nelson wrecked the vessel. Arne : Wednesday mOl'ninlthe/: plant of be had the would-be settlers shako the stumps and split It all up In stove \''U. and ty proved pliyaiciajia sate by for nilDUma.> Iwontv-ona, TfcAftpirin ,
land died as a result! of a gunshot is dead as a result and Chas. the National Pulp and Turpentine Co., 1 our dust from their feet, 'and mut- size and I piled it, or Home of i it, fur 4 wound inflicted by the chief of police. Anderson, with whom Nelson fished is in Green Cove Springs was destroyedby tering, "I don't think I want to Jive I him and then he tuk a load to town 'en for Julia, II. xWule, KoureJgl. .
r' The police says he fired at them when badly burned about the face and handsN'l fire, with the exception of the engine hf're. anyway," they go: elsewhere. ,and sold it and give tho money to Mr Ijimimfttlmn, ICimuJm, TooUiiulm,, Idimliutro J" ,
' ( ordered to halt upon being found in on went into the cabin, where a room and the boiler house. Thru Some men have come to Starke who N. J. Jones as he said he would and\ and for FMn. Handy tin boxes> oftwelve
a district where complaints of night quantity of gasoline was 'stored. and carelessness! someone left a valve open are doing| their level best to attract we soon got! It all paid out and we ( > TUyor TU4nUi-of' Aspirin cunt fewPmts. .

prowlers were being investigated {i i lighted a match. It Is "nrpunmpH.! and the' riiuanvfnr.) used -- ..nttlor.n our town. and.___ .Bort.lnn.__ '__ "0 f_n....fc were happy as two turtle dove. Mr ages Aspirin J1IrUPl'Mt.r*also the soil trade larger, '
Chief Allen returned his fire and fatally \ in theplant was tKatributedVover; ; '' not their'efTortR be In vain. Many of and Mrs. V, J. Jones were sure. good( lliijfr Munufiuitur of MOIWa:
wounded him. He is survived; by I Sheriff Ramsey, of Gainesville, received the entire plant and nothing could be our citizens are taking pride in their to UB. Why should we not speak a rate. .1 talleylioaeiL 1'1\1 I
widow, son and daughter. I word that Clarence Jones, a done to save it. Fortunately a large surroundings and show by their work i ,
farmer residing near Hawthorne had reservoir containing: 8,000 gallons ofbenzol. what a beautiful place this could be In-
+ +;, Fifteen miles of 90 pound rails are shot> and killed G. W. Mooten, a fisherman used at the plant as a dissolvent made. Do not discourage/: them )f)y allowing (:! 1
,, being laid on the tracks of the Florida 1 of that section. From what did not explode. About two adjacent properties to look like
., East Coast railroad in accordance little information that could be learned thousand barrels of rosin on land ad- sections of "Uillygoat Hill." Building Kill. 7Ia: t Cold With t
with the policy of the! eompany.to replace over the phone it is said that Moo. jarentj to the plant was' saved And ; /: material is becoming cheaper, carpenters -
the 70 pound rails now used in | ten went to Jones' home carrying hi* there wag no damage to adjoining and painters are again to be ) '-
some parts of their system with the shotgun with him, a dispute followed property had, and as money Is plentiful with +hIkis1: 1 ,< ."
t more serviceable type. -The rcrailing I| and Jons shot 'Mooten four times most property owners, there is no reason :: "
operations now being made is on the with a 12 gauge automatic shotgun Cool courage, and quick action on why repairs should not be made \
I !q line' between Hastings, Elkton and loaded with buckshot which resultedin part of two cadets from Kentucky and new buildings erected.

, East Palatka. his instant death. I Military academy at Eau Gallic un- Every time a new census Is'taken, CASCARA Lf QUININE
I doubtedly saved the life of Mrs. Arthur Starke people rave becffuse the''population
John' B. Singletary, counsel for Rube Fernandina, the largest shrimp port Donegan Monday afternoon. The figures they think are too FOR AND "" r
,' Allyn, the well known Sarasota news in the United States shipped 6,171 I boys Cadets T, J. Smith and Robert low But what have we ever done to Colds. Comb Grippe
I paper man in jail at Bradcntown barrels of shrimp during the month of Sanford were on the bridge: when they increase our population? If we are OML.
charged with the murder of Harry L. December, 1920. During the month' saw the woman lose control of her indifferent to the progress of our a -
Hlgel, stated that Allyn would waive of November 5,930 barrels were ship- car and drive into' the creek. The car I town we have no right to "kick" because Neglected Colds are Dangerous
'' preliminary hearing. The case rill ped. These shipments were Indepen- turned over, pinning both Mr. and the census returns are meagre. Take. ,no chance. Keep this standard remedy bandy for the first .n..... ..
thus! go to the" grand jury which dent of box and keg shipments which Mrs. Donegan under the car in nix Break up a cold in 24 hour-Rdl.v.e .
meets March 8 in regular session. Al- averaged about twenty-five daily. feet of water. The boys promptly I Orlppa In 3 day.-Excellent Headache
lyn still refuses to make any state Shipments to California are common jumped into the water and with aid of FARMEOROWNSAMANTIIA Quinine In thl form doe ;rot affect the head-Caecara, la beat Tonic
ment whatever relative to the affair. occurrences and several 'Shipments rope from neighbors and with their I Laxative-No Opiate In Hill'. |
He is held without ball on the find- have recently been made to Canada. help pulled the car so that one of them ;
:Ing of the coroner's jury. One thousand, three hundred barrels dived under the car extricating Mrs. BROWN'S HUSBAND ,ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT 1
have been shipped so far since Janu- Donegan. Other boys from...Hle academy -
In driving to Bartow Frank Coyle I ary first, and up to 10 o'clock Thurs- assisted in rendering: first aid (Continued From Last Week),
turned out at a point near Homestead day. and they had nearly cleared the lungs Afore I go any further I want to
to let another car pass him from be when physicians arrived. tell you that Mr N. J. Jones was .left
hind. In turning back :Into the road Marvin Scaife, a winter visitor from DeWitt C. Jones' pa, as fine a man as
after passing Voyle the car turned Pittsburg Pa., committed suicide by January 1st, In Columbus Ohio his son ever was or will be I can
v over. Cullen Watson of Fort Meade, slashing his throat at Miami. Fred following: several months of prelimi- swar to that fur he had a big heart
r was driving and was so seriously injured Wisenberg an aged watchman also nary work and negotiations the for and helped us out. That's the reason r-IC.m DIOX3
t that he died before reaching. I(I ended his life by hooting' himself( I mation of The Florida Farm & Indus Joscfus! thinks so much of De.Witt C.
Meade with parties! that started to I[, through the_heart. It 1 Is said thatSeed tries Company with a capital stock Jones and then I want to tell you
of $$0,000,000) was completed and extensive why they call .Tnm>fun Farmer TtrnwnJoHefus -
ofliocs are now Ill operationin I was christened Josefua Wil:
j e_+'tiit+++++l+'1++tI '1++++l tf#+## Green Cove Springs. The physical I liam Brown. Well we got to calling \

properties of the big: company consist him Bill Brown. Then it got to be a
of all of the holdings! of the Southern I Farmer Brown fur short I always
Potatoes Cattle Feeding Company in that county call him Josefus, for I like that the e
ilk composed of more than sixty best. lie l la a good farmer betterA Small HIZB Mlchrlina are made of theante
' SPAULIHNGS No. 4 ROSE IRISH COHBLEKSJ sand acres of land, all under quality material, by the tame
J EARLY. RED BLISS TRIUMPH and several thousand cleared thOU'j I Rat Breeds 6 to 10 Times a Year, Careful workmen, In the name modern
cultivation, buildings silos, Averaging. 10 Young to a Litter factory that have made Michelin rIting
We are fortunate In our contracts which make it possible cry, etc., and thousands of machln'l,{ Remember this, act as soon as you ahaped Tube; and other MlcheJip. -
to quote lowest market prices. It will pay you toget tie, hogs: and other stock; the land 1 see the first rat. Get a pkg. of RAT rr our Prices before buying, and our Quality before holdings of the St. Johns River Cattle SNAP. It's a sure rat and mice de. ,
olantinjr. Our Seed Potatoes are the. highest quality Company of fifty thousand acres! ; stroyer. It's convenient cores in cake
( :sine Grown, selected especially for seed. I and most of the property of-the Dow I i form no mixing Mummlfimi rat after
kuj-Shands Lumber Ca., consisting: of I i killing-leaves no smell. Cats or dogs
Send for Free Catalogue and Seed Special china: II | the large sawmill, planing mill, lath I I II won't touch it. 3 sizes 85c, fiCc 11.26.
Revised Prices on new crop Seed Beans!! Peas. Red Seal I and shingle mill, located in the north i!iI i Sold by D. C. Jones Starke.-Adv.

I Tomato, Cucumber Seed, Pepper, Etc. We carry all the suburbs of Green Cove Springs, as'I., '
leading" and standard varieties of Seed that hate been I well as the railroad running out thru aRitCny tllWpNtiltflDDtl>c7'IQt0J1MJ6tQtaTQftDiDrnCOFFINS !

:::: tested and known to be adapted to our soil and climate. $ the county with its equipment of en'I,I & CASKETSAnd r SMITH'S GARAGE
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Seed Oats Rye Vetch. itapeFlc. The planting season fines, cars !shops! etc., besides a largeI
:I: i I amount of city property.. Full Line of
: ; i is! near at hand. Our information service is free. Call a Starke, Fla.

:$:: on us for any information on your crops you might I Mrs F. L. Turner-went to Undertaker*' Supf>/ie. ,
Macon ... . ..
:t thin!; wean. supply. f + Ga., Monday to join Mr. Turner. AUTOMOBILE UK ARSE!! ... :;- ,--- -- -- --;;:- ._ __._. .f

:$:: OLDEST & LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA J Always on hand. The bent service "
No Worm
In a Healthy Child
i I All children/ IrnoblMl with Worms have an un attention at the lowest to telegraph priced. Special orera -- Big Reduction In Prices You will make u mistnkv
E. A. Martin Seed Co.20220G healthvalor,whfcn. Indicate poor blood, and as a S if you order your fertilizer
Registered Ernbalmcr.DeWTITTcTjONES .
ruin there .U more or lee Mnnnnrh dl turtHiuc without Retting our new price i
E, Hay Street Jacksonville, Florida. i. ('I of Material
| for two or tires week will enrich the basil prompt ahipment. Order now. I'VrtIll/era, Insecticidcti r
HY-TEST SEEDS INSUJtB GOOD CROPS i I i!! Improvethcdlilmtloa.aodwitxsscncralSimuiih-! Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. _
calnl Tonic' to the whole.r_. Nature will linn i >
I I throw off or dlspnl the wanna,and tb"Cblld wUI be STARKE, FLA. I O. I'AINTEH FERTILIZER CO.
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.rl'I'I" in M +++++' + n M+4 In wrfect health. Pleaunt to tam 7V per bottle. JACKSONVILLE FIORIUAI

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