Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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 28, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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-i'!I.vAn"event of unusual and most cor41a1 I! Yesterday being the birthday of G.. Inman, local representative -
:'k'' interest to their many friend in '! Private Herman Crosby, who was at of the E. A. Strout Farm Agency' has Mrs. A. W. Anderson- Thursday evening Minn Mildred j t
-jS. both Starke and Lake Butler, was the '' one time a student of the B. II. S., had a busy week. He has handled out linen shower on Friday gave afternoon a in Wednesday (the drum and bugle l Crosby pave a surprise birthday sup- ]

W beautiful wedding of Miss Eva Ep- I memorial exercises were held in the five fine pieces of property, and has toner of Mi s Eva Epperson this beIng corps of the Macon (Ga.) Industrial per for tier brother, IlerRchvll Knight 1
rcparson and Mr. George A; Anderson, auditorium at 9 o'clock a. m. many more prospects for the near fu- one of a series of entertainments, Home, gave an entertainment at the Crosby, who had reached the twenty- {

',:"S tfthe home of the bride' 'parents.j Mrs. W. A. Crosby, mother of Pvt. j I ture. The sain made this week are as given for this charming court house. A large audience greeted seventh anniversary of his natal day. <
' >JhMr. >and Mrs W. J. Epperson, Wed I* Crosby, presented the school with a I! follows: The rt'l't'ptloroom of young this lady. the musicians! so large, indeed, till Ml Kg Crosby entertained at the' homeof

,Mr'J\"dayafternoon at three o'clock. OnAir i framed picture of the young soldier, !r. Clarence iianspuge' of HighlandFall borne was made more attractive pretty with there was hardly standing room. The her friend, Mrs. Anna Mixori, and
.,relatives and few of their most music was probably the best of the all. spent a 1eiisnnt evening doing
t a which was placed on the wall at theI N. Y., the J. L. Warren cottage vases of beautiful rose, and the din ?
..p' f Intimate friend witnessed the cere- I rear of the stage. The large flag that I on South street, Starke ing room was elaborately decorated kind ever heard here, and had it not honor to Mr. Crosby, who,is ono of
been known that the the A. E. F. men who did his in '
moray had been Pvt performers numbered part
draped over Crosby'scoflln with
R. P. Jones of Beaver Dam Wis lovely jappnlcas. Mrs. Anderson
& the world
r : Lohengrin's Wedding March only a round dozen: one would war.
t .was when his remains were brought was assisted in
receiving her sis-
ndered by Miss Iris I the von Kirn cottage and one acre lot by have been tempted to believe The table was centered by a large,
Epperson pia- that
\\It back to the U. S. for interment in the in the of ter-in-Jpw! Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, and
western town.
\ ,}and Miss Ina Alderman, violin, 'national cemetery at Arlington, was part the 'guests were Invited into the dining there were at least thrice as. many. white birthday cake, on which burned
rt t nd during the ceremony "Traumerei"K placed on'the back of the stage, and f Mine Catherine Miller, of Highland loom where Mrs. Markley Johns- The performers were molly little just the right number of candles, and
4t s softly played. Rev. B. D. Law, during the exercises the entire school j Falls, N. Y.* the Joe Hill Williams served refreshing fruit "candy kids," which made it evident the last thing on the menu was ice .>
,i t, fl the First Baptist, performed the saluted this flag. The following program j|I residence on Cherry street, just north exquisitely decorated table.punch from an that IL takes only a small Georgianto cream and a slice of the birthday

Ceremony that linked the destiny of was carried out: of the Presbyterian church. The following beautifully rendered make a big noise. If the other vocation -rake. _

, s. young couple in a most Impres- Song, America-School. Florant'a Freymouth, of Highland' program was enjoyed by the guests: s'are taught at the home as Besides tne guest of honor, Mr.

t.. manner. I Scripture reading Isaiah, 53d chap Falls, N.: Y., the Annie M. Pottit residence Instrumental solo Love Song (Ne- thoroughly us music, it must be a Herschell Crosby, there were present:
;.'\'Ibe: bride i wore a beautiful coat suit ter. on South atreet, at present occupied vin)-Miss Cassie White. model institution Mrs W. A. Crosby, Mrs. J. C. Crosby,

f blue Duvetyne, with hat and ae-1 I Prayer. I by Sheriff Epperson. Recitation, What Did the Little A unique feature was a march play Rod Crosby Charlie Powell) Mrs. Anna

ones to match, and her flowers;: I Iii' ire I Short Sketch of the life of Pvt. Frank Dickman, of Cudahy, Wls., I i Girls Study About T-Miss Lucile t'd exclusively with drums. Anotherwas Mixon, Mrs. Gary I AC, of Crescent
a bouquet of bride' roses and Crosby-Miss Olive Ray. the J. F. Klckliter place of 8 acres on Mitchell. the bugle signals used in the Beach; Misses Doris Law and Jessla
:{ *ifley lilies the Kingsley lake road. This property I army. "Dixie" was played in a more Thomas.
foe:;" general color scheme- decoyeraUon I I Flag Salute-School. is probably better known as the Bryan Vocal solos, Your Eyes Have Told' spirited and stirring manner than we .
Poem The Rights of Man Thomas
Me So
: was pink and white, artisticalp Limbaugh. place W. M. Bryan-having owned and (Blaususs) and Sing On (Den- had ever before heard it. MARCUS BROWN CONTRIBUTES *

and most attractively arranged A I I I Sacriftce-Miss' occupied it for several' years r-a)-Mrs. A. Z. AdWns, with Mrs. Though no "admittance was chargeda TO CLUB HOUSE FUND 4
Paper, The Spirit of DeWitt C. Jones, as accompanist.
' profusion of lovely pink japonicas and i The Telegraph extends a cordial liberal voluntary collection was ta ,

"I" [vines were used in all the rooms. Mrs. (I| Ina Song Alderman., When Circles Are Broken- welcome to all of these newcomers. fried Duet(Hoffman Polonaise)-, from Misses Operetta Iris Epper Sieg kt'n11'. The boys -are always welcome Marcus Brown gave a fine Poland

j''Epperson, assisted by her daughter, School. We are sure they will have no reasonto son and Elizabeth Brownlee. In Starke. China gilt to be raffled<< off for the t
;Miss. Iris, and Miss Elizabeth Brown- I I'of I regret having selected' Starke as a benefit of the Woman's Club House
Miss Olive
i: lee, served a beautifully appointed ice Ray gave the following I j j place of residence. Just after the musical program, little COMING! BACK HOME fund. Lust Saturday afternoon' this 1
< pnrse the colors of facts about. the life of this young, soldiers Georgia and Sara Hope Haynes,
pink white
fine animal
I '-" I was on display In front i
} / :"belng: carried out in every'detail.: : GASPING! FOR AIR I dressed sea bride and groom, camel I -- of the Bradford County Abstract 1:f:
f Sto/'The bride Is the older daughter of I Pvt. Herman Crosby was born in 1- into the room drawing, by ribbons, a The ;pendulum Is swinging back. A I Company's office, and J M, Mitchell *

,k jr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, and isgene Starke Jan. 27, 1894. He was edu- The other day G. M. Inman the white automobile loaded with a linent 1IIhower 1 j I year or two ago the high wages offered ; and others sold chances from> one cent

of Starke's most attractive young cated in the Bradford High School and whirlwind agent here for the E. A. I[ for the brld The diminutive by grove owners in South Florida : up to $1.25. 97ft was/ realized in this

I ladies Mr. Anderson is to be most by his faithfulness to school duties Stropt Farm Agency, sent a telegram' j groom, little Miss "Sara Hope Haynes, tempted a good many small farmers In manner, and the lucky number, twen {
$p' tfceartily congratulated upon winning 1 and his unselfish affable disposition to General Manager Smith of, the I was handsome in a conventional suit this county to leave their places and ty-seven, fell to Mrs. Luuton Morgan.
thIs charming young woman for a !Io1f made lasting friends of both teachers Southern division of the agency that of black broadcloth, and the"alry like move south to work for wages. Now The fine hog "was taken out to Mr.

)yitafe, companion. Mr. Anderson is one and classmates. he had just completed six snjes. Mr I[ little bride, little Miss Georgiai that a marked reduction in wages has and Mrs. Morgnn's farm., wherft they ,
,f\t\\ > Starkc's enterprising: young bUSI- When his school days were over he Smith returned the following wire: i Haynes, was arrayed in white crepo come these farmers are beginning to will keep her fur breeding purposes.Mr. .

Ii \hess men, being a member of the firm was actively engaged in agriculturefor "Ilorayl Knocked cold, 'just com i de chine, a long white veil, and car' move back to Where fertile lands aa. Brown has a number of fine
I known as the Ford Garage. He went a time, and later followed the life ing up for air!" I' read, an arm bouquet of white roses. sere them a bountiful yield of the Poland China bogs on bin farm near

',,ftty,France with the A. E. F., and be- of a traveling salesman and inspectorof So far Mr. Inman leads in sales This tiny couple stopped directly in necessaries of life. Luwley, and this generous gift U ap-
nged to the aviation corps. The I timber. Soon after the war was among the Strout agents. The Strout I front of Miss Epperson and presentedthe I A reporter for the Telegraph\ was prtACiatcd. by the local Woman's Club.
Bung cvouple have a host of friends declared" he and his twin brother, Her- people have six automobiles, which beautifully decorated automobile at the station early Wednesday morning
ho wish for them a long and happy sdWir; volunteered for the navy, but will\ soon be given as prizes to the with: its store of valuable gifts and saw one of the county's returned CROFT-PEARCK
married life. for some reason were not accepted. agents recording the most sales for'a Airs. Anderson served a tempting farmers. L. M. Waters and -

A EMr and Mrs. Anderson left in their Anxious to do their part as patriotic stated period. They range from high ', salad course composed of sandwiches, family arrived on the early] morning Mr. Willie
htomobile for a honeymoon trip downe Americans they joined the army- priced Studebakers down. Mr. chichen salad with mayonnaise, pick- train from Nichols and left on the Croft and Miss Prarlie
East Coast. On returning home Herschell in October, 1917, and Her man Is working for a Studcbaker J1'I i, lea and coffee. The hostess was asI Wannee train for Brooker, near which Pearce were married in the countyjudge's

hey will be at home to their friends man in January, 1918. and he will get it. I si'slod( in serving by her sister, Miss place they own a farm. Mr. Waders' office January 20th, In the .
!n' the R. A. Weeks cottage in North Pvt. Herman Crosby was in train- j' Grace Sheldrake, Mrs Cilery M. Davis assured the Telegraph man that "the presence of a few witnesses, NotaryPublic ; 4/

Starke, Mr. Anderson having recently ing in the American University near WARN AGAINST FAKERS and Mrs. E. Markley Johns. boys" were mostly coming back to Floyd Green officiating. {I .
The Is
chased the property.fOMAN'S Washington, D. C., and in February WHO PRETEND DEAFNESS j Among the guests were! : Mesdamos Bradford, "the best hog andhominy W. groom a son of tho late Mr.
S. Croft
of Lulu and Is much
,'I/'if* sailed for France on the transport O. G. Cooper, T. N. Limbaugh, D. C. section of them all. '
CLUB Lincoln. 'I f Jones A. Z, Adkinn, D. E. red ported and popular young man; The '.
WILL SHOW ED- President He was a member Knight, -
Throughout the bride ls .
state of a daughter of Mr and Mrs.;
,r\ "JCATIONAL FILMS AT: GAIETY j of Co. C, 20 th Engineers. 7th Battal. the chambers of commerce' thef police 'Roseoc' McLane, J. T Qulgley Middleton li -I... IKMISONDobnon {Johnnie Pearce, of M.nnlnand leone
ion. Brownlee. E. L. BiggS W. E. ] -
t- authorities, the postmasters the of the hand omf'ts and -
4A .and most aecompllshvd'
Next Monday evening the educa- he F. A. Scott, W C. Powell, O. L.
Though went with such ardent
press are warning the public that the young ladies of that section. '
Hayncfl N. Jan. 28. Judvm Hurst
department of D. Wainwright W. J. -
the Woman's Ep
hopes of serving humanity in France, season of confidence men and fakers The friends of Mr. and
tub will present series of educa- person, E. M. Davis G. W. Alderman made a business trip to Raiford Sat. I many
a yet he made the supreme sacrifice on Is now at hand, and the Florida Association Mrs. Croft have nothing but the best
subjects at the Gaiety Thea- board the transport just before reach- of Deaf follows suit by issuing W. L. Wall B. D. Law, J. .M. Brownlee urday. wishes for their happiness and I
1 L. G. E. M John Blume, of Guilford, paused I prosperity
No admission will be charged, ing France Feb. 27, 1918. The sudden a pronouncement against "deaf anddumb" Powell. Johns, F. H. .
bong S. L. through this burg last week.
e performance being entirely free change from Florida to Washington. beggars. Frank E. Peck, Elizabeth Logan ,
Brownlee, E. S. Matthews, N. T. Bitch 111.'11. Hurst made a business trip
every person. D. C. and then .
an ocean voyage.all president of the association, is on the HAMP'ION AFTER DRAINAGE
; A. E. Wall.. O. J. Griffin. J. E. Fiit/-li. to Lake Butler Saturday.
.D. C. PRESENTS:: "MOTHERGOOSE" I in the midst of winter, was too severe warpath after imposters. Realizingas J .F. Kirkliter, -J. II. 'Bitch.;, 'J. 'M.: Johnnie Hurst was a business visitor J
a physical test and
pneumonia he that tourists
does the as well an Mitchell to Manning Saturday The citizens of Hampton and surrounding
BENEFIT CLUB Mlsess Inez Moilt, Cassie
set in, from which he was not able to local residents are victimized annually snctlon! have started a movement
White, Iris Eppernon, Elizabeth Mrs C. E. Vining Is on the sick list
recover. by the deception of beggars, he declares thl week to establish a drainage districtfor \
''Text Brownies, Lucile Mitchell Doris *
Thursday the Law
evening ,
at Gaiety We cannot enough in of that unless the public loves to the of affording better J
praise purpose
eatre there will be shown the say Olive and Amelia Ray Jeannette Matthews U.:, W. Hurst made a business trip
tins patriotic young man who gave his be humbugged, the riff raft of the underworld Ina to Raiford'Saturday. drainage for the fine farming lands
ale "Modern Alderman Jessie Thomas
Mother Goose.
number of As a ffu in serving his,country, in nerving will find them not so easy 'a Grace Sheldrake. Lester. Dobbs and Marshall Dobbs of that section Messrs. A, A. Durden i.

logue children a of town interesting will present lit- humanity. With his naturally genial prey to their blandishments this sea-' '' From elR'htto eleven Mrs. Anderson were transacting business in Lake and J. F. louder, of Hampton, were
disposition, he ordered his life so alto son. Fortunately Florida is no worse entertained Butler Saturday. in Starko Wednesday and when asked
Uttle Bo Pet> The the social set
of p. Mrs. J.arrangementsin become a general favorite at 'home, infested with professional mendicantsthan including\ a number younger of gentlemen and, W. M. D. Hurst Attended servicesat I about the. project said that many of
e charge M.Mitchell ,
in church circles and in the commun-- other states, and the percentage the Swift Creek Sunday their citizens were enthusiastic
re0. L. Hayneg and Mrs. W. L. evening passed merrily away with I '
of the begging business in this stateis their support of the movement, and
Mr. and Mrs. I
music Judson Hurst attended
Fall, finance committee of the local ity.And games. and tempting refresh- -
J. as we speak in his praise we remarkably low. j jWM mcnts.i nervier at Swift Crock Sunday that it now seemed' almost certain
D. C. Come and the
enjoy attrac-
refrain that the district would be established.
cannot from mentioning the VMH H HH Johnnie Hurst was n visitor to .
one and help a worthy cause. The great bravery and endurance of his ZIFF II Manning Sunday. Improved drainage ls one of the Important
ceeds will be given to the Woman's i MILLER,,
twin brother, Herschell who was In I The farmer of thin section are things needed In many sections
ub house fund. the Infantry,and served through some Ziff, Jan. 28.-Serviced were held at '| r planning make another and the land owners of Hampton
of the most terrible fighting of the Rock church Saturday,and Sunday, a Miller,, Jan. 28Mr.: and Mrs. W. crop this ;year. prosperous could hardly make a better i la-
TARKE MAN GETS PROMOTION World War, was captured by the Germans large crowd attending. i B. Feagle spent the wonk-end with the i vestment.
Mrs G. A. Johnson the
was guest .
on July 23, 1918, at Soissons, Those visiting at he home of J. B. j letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. of Mrs. M. T, Hunt Monday after .Ii'
At the annual) meeting of the stock and was a prisoner of the enemy for Thomas Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. |j Peeples. C'UOSBY LAKE I
holders of the Bank of Bay Biscayne, over four months. We will never for- R. E. Parrish, of Dukes, Mr. and Mr,. i I I Rev. J. T. Barnes filled his regular, noon.Marshall Dobbs of

Kami's largest financial] institution, get the expressions of joy that went W. H. Shaw and children, of Lacrosse, ( appointment at the Millenary Bap- a visitor at the home, of Manning W. H. Hurst was Crosby Lake, Jan. 28.-Mr, and Mrs [
lr. Edward P. Duncan for many over our town when it was learned Mr. and Mrs. L. Mott, of Hague; Misses i list church at Raiford Sunday. Sunday. Fred Connors of Woodlawn, were visitors '
ears cashier of the Bradford County that he was safe, and that we would Jewell Moody of LaCrosse, Ocella 4 Mrs. John Mott, of Lake Butler, at the home- of II. M. McRae \

Sank was elected a vice-president., likely see him again.In Thomas, of Cooter Pond, Gertrude I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland METHODIST Saturday and Sunday. <<

he Bank of Bay Biscayne has deposjits October, 1920, when our govern- Parrish, of Dukes, Meson Louis '1 Thomas, last week. There will be preaching at Pin
of six million dollars. Mr. Duncan ment ordered the remains of Pvt. Herman ., Thomas and John Shaw, of Cooler Miss Anna Belle Peoples of the Level church by Rev T. J. Barnes oa
has been with the institution two Crosby brought back to the United Pond, Herman Moody 'of LaCrosse, i> High Spring school, spent the week Sunday school, 10 a. m. next Sunday night.J. .
ears, having started as an assistant States for interment, a beautiful Raleigh Waldron, of Bay Lake. end with her parents Motto, 100 per cent of church mem- L. Underhill and Barney McRae
cashier. His hundreds of Starke and flag of our country was draped over Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hunter and I T. H. Waters made a business trip berchlp in Sunday school. attended the teachers meeting at
radford county friends will be pleas. Ira of week'j to Lake Butler Saturday, Preaching, 11 a. m. lirookcr Saturday.
the casket. We have this same flag son, Hague, spent the ,
*d to learn of his promotion. draped over our hero's picture this end here, guest of her sister' Mrs. R. Evelyn, the little daughter, of Mr. Epworth League, 0:46 p. m. Mrs. II. Kersey and children left
morning. Let us' salute it with due B. \homal.\ 'I I and Mrs. J. W. Parrish, has been ill Prayer meeting, Wedncsdey, 7:80p. for their home in Jacksonville yesterday .

NOWLEDGE OF !MORSE honor and reverence. Rev W. M. Moody, H. Mark!. y andJ. with malarial fever for several day,. m. after a visit with her aunt, Ur*.
SAVES MAN IN VAULT II. Kelly preached at the home ofMild Her many friends wish her a speedy J. C. DIGGS, H. M. McRae. '

EPISCOPAL Kelly Sunday evening. A large recovery, Pastor.
Locked for nearly six hours in a crowd attended. Maurice Langford visited i Mr and PINE HILL

ern\ctioal concrtte and steel vault 10:30: a. m. Sunday school. Mrs. Truman Thomas and children Mrs H. C. Peeples last week. BAPTIST -

fin the' city treasurer's office, a knowledge 11 a. m., Morning'l prayer spent Sunday at Brooker with Mrs. Carrie .Belle Brown, of Lake But Pine Hill, Jan. 28.-Messrs. J. !B.
of the Morse telegraph] code "" 7:30 p. m., Evening prayer. T. Roberts. ler spent the week-end. with homefolks. : Sunday school, 10 a. m. ** demons and G. C:. Mills are visiting

probably saved the life of Arthur All are welcome.All Mr. and Mrs. Wade Thomas and : Pastor in pulpit, 11 a. m. the former's son, E. H Clemons, of
renner, assistant city treasurer. A I' the parishioners are invited to children, Mr. and Mm. H. H. Howard Mr and Mrs. N,H. Stokes made a Union service Presbyterian! church, Wauchula, this week.Mrs. .

-'.nouse, locked in at the same time, the rectory on Friday evening for a and children and mother of Gaines- business trip to Worthington Springs 7:30 p. m., to honor Dr Lander. ,. A. B. Surrency and daughter,
failed to, survive, and when Brenner social time. ville, attended church at Rock Sun- Friday. B. Y. P. U. services, 6:26: p. m. were among those attending at teach
was rescued its body was'found. REV. A. E. DUNHAM, day. _ Miller,school closed Thursday; after Revival services begin Feb. flth, er.' association at Brooker Saturday. I
." Brenner entered the vault, a room 15 Rector Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Mann and chil- a successful term of six months Rev Henderson, of Jacksonville, evan Cantey Oliver and Virginia Colsoa

feet square and 20 feet high, five minutes dren, of Lake Butler, passed through gelist. were guest of friends here 'Sunda,..
before closing time, hunting for MRS. HAYNES ENTERTAINS FOR this section Thursday enroute to DOWLING Midweek service, 730! p. m. Mrs. J. E. demons and Mr*. G. C..

'a warrant. While he was there, the MISS EPPERSONMrs. Gainesville to visit their mother, Mrs. Teachers' meeting 8 p. m. Mill and Alvin demon were among
big steel doors swung shut. He Howard. Dowllng, Jan. 28...Meawii., Lester Choir rehearsal 8:30: p. m. those that attended church at Brooker

shouted for help without attracting O. L. Haynes gave a spen'd- Percy Moody of LaCrosse, attended Dobbs and Marshall Dobbs were business BLANCHARD, D. LAW, Sunday night. i
attention. the-day party last Saturday in honor church at Rock Saturday, visitors to Lake Butler Saturday. Pastor Mr and Mr*. William Fowler, of
The Ilghs went out automatically as of Miss Eva Epperson, and the time Rev and Mrs W. M. Moody and Johnnie Hurst,, of ,Dobson section, 'I Starke, were guests of A. L. Greene
the doors shut. Brenner was on a i j I was pleasantly >)pe7it embroidering children: attended church at Rock Sat visited his brother-in-law, Oad Dobbs, RANDOLPH Sunday. JS

I balcony in the rear. He felt his way i j articles for the trousseau of this pop. urday and Sunday. Saturday.Mr. Mrs. W. H. Harrell' and daughter,
[Mown stairs, pulled open every draw [i ular young lady. Mr. and Mrs..Lee Thomas and chil- and Mrs. Judson Hurst, of Dob- Jan. 80th 11 a. m., railroad time. Lucile, were visitor in Worthingtoa
|er and piled the books on the floor to I The hostess served a delicious din dren, of 'Gainesville, were week-end son, attended services nt Mt. Zion Subject, "'What does the Bible really Sunday afternoon. j

i get the maximum of air possible and ner, and the table was beautiful with guests of friends in this section. I Sunday teach about holiness." Mr. and Mr*. D. J. O Greene were, f,'

,then slept for a while with his face ferns and pink japonicas, being cen- Mimi Avy Starling was in Brooker I Mrs. Marshall Dobbs visited her All,cordially Invited. In Brooker Monday. ,; i
as near the bottom of the door as possible tered by an altar covered with white, Saturday. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Math Hurst, R. p. BOWER Mr*. Lloyd John was shopping ia -

on the assumption tHat a slight over which was a graceful flower covered of Dobsorf, Sunday. Alachua Saturday.
amount of air might get through at arch. Undemenath this arch iously given'by the hostess. I Mrs Beadie Dowling of Dobson visited CHRISTIAN .Messrs. A. B. Surreney, W. II. liar 4

'that point. When he woke his hand stood a tiny bride and groom The Besides the guest of honor there Mrs. Emily Hurst Sunday. rell and Rand Crew were in Lake I
\Icame) in contact with a wooden slat, place cards were in the form of flow- were present, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, I Miss Clara Dobbs spent last week Preaching every third Sunday of Butler Tuesday attending to business '
and, remembering that Charles Hickwald ', era which matched the flower prev- Miss Edna Epperson, of Lake Butler; with Miss Pearl Gordon, of the Rat- each month. Mallie Surrency spent Saturday and

a night watchman, also could Miss Violet Chapman, of Palatka; ford section. Sunday school every Sunday. Sunday with his cousin, Alvin Cle
,telegraph he pounded out in Mori, : from Hlckwald, who immediately telephoned Miss 'Grace Sheldrake, of Philadel Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs visited Communion every Sunday. mens.
'''I am locked in." for a man who knew the combination phia; Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Miss Ina her grandmother, Mrs. Gordon, of Everybody welcome to the services A. L. Greene attended church at

; "Will get help," came the anwe.I of the vault. Alderman, and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Raiford section, Sunday tf. Rock Sunday. J

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f.f.j thy achievement in view of the fact J i NOTICE TO PKOPERTT; OWNERS then again put the tack over my head{''-
that the divisions in the older states J I hoisted me In the automobile and rode j'j -

'::1 : -----.. with from two to five times the population -I J I We will be at the following named for a considerable time. j

,. of Florida in the corresponding 1 7 "I,asked the reason for their act," ,
'" places the dates named below for
period in their history, did not in any I I'! Sullivan continued "and I was informed I
the of and collect ,
Il CountyNeW'51temt made 'Flor- purpose assessing I been with ,
: way equal the record by ;,'' that had too familiar
,. Ida. In additio-;, by enabling the unIversity i ing: taxes and request all persons my neighbors': 'wives. As a matter ,

;' tI-- -. == J to reach many times the num j i to meet us and make of fact, I have not spoken to a woman ,

; her of student* found in residence returns and pay taxes. with the exception of )Ira. Sulli- .
: : Fact Gathered During the V/eek t>r Our I, This will be the only round will < '
the Florida division halt excelled in j we van for four month One of the men _

t Rcfular. Correspondents. the first year the present record of j i" make this /season. Both assessor'sand said, 'we are members of a klan that I i

r ,r --0. most 'of the division In 'Other states ]':p collect r'lI' 'books will close April has been organized everywhere and \

_ '. ..'.' ; IP"-- ---- where the work has been carried on 1st. ? wherever you will go you will be fol- ]) N
If -w.------- for a number of years. I' Lake Butter one day Tuesday, Feb. lowed. If you make a break at anytime H

:I. BROOK ER YOU CAN'T' In speaking of the work B. C. Riley, 8th. I we'll get you, even if you go as I ::, \ \\

director lays: "These facts show the I Duke, halt day Wednesday morning : far as Georgia or North Carolina.' !

rooker., Jan. 28._Carl Ward_ left need, demand and tremendous possibilities i Ft*. 9th.Worthington. :
Sullivan conditions in
'::1 fr for Jacksonville after a fewweeks half day Wednesday According to I \ \
( Tuesday DODGE IT education by general extension : the Norwood section have not beenentirely
i: here with relative i afternoon Feb. 9th. ;
t sty methods in our state. It also harmonious and friendly. "I II'll %
,. J E. Clemens and G. C. Mills left Providence one day Thursday Feb. jr'I \ I
shows the value of printer's ink. The had trouble with \
,$r. i. t .for points in South Florida 10th. Home a neighbpr, : \\I\\
Thursday ONCE IN AWHILE YOUR BLOOD newspaper men of Florida are to be some time back, and I biffed him., on '
;1 ). : where the will visit for a few days.1C. CLOGS AND YOUR VITALITY : given[ a great deal of credit for mak, Palestine (Thomas school), half day the nose. It came up when he allowedhis \

\ A. Weeks) and family and Miss RUNS DOWN ing this record possible. Since the Friday morning, Feb. 11. dogs and cats tp come into
1- Veda..Wat on were in Starke shopping 'division has not had a professional New River, half day Friday afternoon I propertyand catch my baby chickeAI :: \

I. Thursday. TIIKN TAKE PEPTO-MANGAN/ field organizer, the newspaper men of Jan. 11th. was,arrested and that was the lait'' f
Mrs. G. C. Mills i is spending a few / the state have been depended to
Lawtey. one day Tuesday, Feb. 15. I heard of that.
days:!' with her mother, Mrs. J. E. Clefrnonfl -- tOU'LL PICK UP AGAIN QUICKLY 'I acquaint the people with their rights Raiford, one day, Wednesday Feb. Sullivan maintaincd -that he ha,) '

t of Pine 11111. WITH PLENTY OF RED and privileges in securing instructionand 1 ii. : ?
committed and that he has
no wrong
:MISS; Edna: Baxter the week CORPUSCLES service." ,
: spent ISLOOD ; Therestia, half day Thursday mornIng interfered with nobody's business. "I

\, ,.. end here withTher parents Mr. and That the people of Florida appreciate II Feb. 17.Hampton hate kept strictly to myself for many '
:Mrs. J. I). Baxter. take blood I
Physicians nowadays a the extension teaching department half day Thursday afternoon months" he asserted, "mainly because

I.ev. E. B. Joyner filled his regular I test when you are run down. They of the general extension division Feb. 17.Ilrooker I was not fond of associating: with I I

kprointment here Saturday and, Sun- : count the red corpuscles in your blood. is shown not only by the large enrollment I half day Friday morning people of the type cf> my neighbors. -

.. day. I It these are too few they give you a but by the rate at which the Feb. 18.Graham. Many of them have confused my na. I Hold You Yet, You Brute.

', Viss Marguerite Fhriver was in I 9niic for your blood. It happens right work has grown. During the last I half day Friday afternoonFeb. tionality and 1 have been accused of

1 Ctmrlce: Friday. along. They are always on the look- month eighteen times as many registrations : 18. being an Austrian. I am an Australian -' the wheels of the boose an odor el

,. 7J. Roberts of Lake Butler was out for indications of. weak blood. were received as during the : N. D. WAINWRIGHT through a naturalized American I I i something' burning drifted''I up to him.

hete Monday shaking hands with Why? Because they know when first month and among those enrolled Tax Assessor.E. and a veteran of the lab\, war and the j j "I've got your jheel\ locked I" he unit

fnpnds.: your blood is weak, your resistance to were clerks farmers, teachers, ex- W. HAYES, fact that Neighbors were unable to sobbed. Til bold you Jet. you brute.

Frank Andreu of New River was disease l is low. Your vitality and energy service men, business men, ,lawyers, 1-28-21 Tax Collector.A comprehend the national difference Slide That' It I Slide, and flntten
quickly run down. civil'oflklal and club women. Thru Infernal wheels. Hah I Too'r
hero on business\ Saturday. \ I between an Australian, and an Austrian your
Grandma Baxter returned home on,. You can tell when your Mood is correspondence atudy the division' is I cat squirrel visited Starke Thurs is sufficient comment on the quitting-quitting. Ill ban you ).

S Tuesday from an'extended trip in werk. You look pale feel tired. You reaching mature people who can not' day. He climbed up the telephone character of the people with whom I control before we reach the curve.

Couth: Florida where she visited herdnojhter are not ill, but you don't feel right. go to school yet feel the need of more pole in front of the Starke House and was dealing in my neighborhood." Burn! ..curse! joy.JIU.I11"

,' : Mrs. W. A. Tillis of Bowling You don't want to do things.: That is training, and young people whose education several boys made ineffectual at

C Green, and her con, S. Baxter of the time to take the weft-known tonic baa been interrupted. This is tempts to catch him. After having a Continued Next Week)

Tampa. Pcpto-Mangan. clearly shown by the fact that the good view of the city from his high (Continued From Page 2)). -'

P. A. Crosby and son, Ben, spent a Pepto-Mangan builds red blood cor ages: ,f the pupils enrolled range from I'j I$I perch he quietly returned to Alligator Ernest Porter, a member of the led

Y few days of last week In Jacksonville. puscles. Physician have prescribed fifteen to eixty-three, and the. average swamp. thU ""runaway; Tfryce"soTllaqulze'aV Cross life IRving corps at Jacksoa-

,. While there they purchased a full line it for thirty years. age is 20 plus. I and It most be cut out In a devil! .of villa has been awarded second prize

of groceries and have opened up their Pepto-Mangan i is sold in liquid and The diriHiun: is adapting'itself to the F. C. Hollingsworthjias sold to Er- S hurry. Here goes nothing In particular .. for the best life saving work reported

store in the postofilce building. tablet form. The medicinal value is special educational needs of the peo ''rol Alvarez the cottage -and lot on nnd may God be good to my to the Red Cross for the year 1920.

Messrs. II. P. and L. R. Galney and exactly the same. Take either kind ,I pie. An effort has been made to get West Call street, corner Orange street dear eld man."* -

\ mother spent a few days last week in you prefer. But be sure you get" the the young: people of the state to prepare hitherto occupied by' J. J. Johns and Be Jerked his axe out of the log Are YOU Run-down Weak?
Jacksonville' with relatives. genuine P'pto.Man'an-.Gude.. The to fill the teacher vacancies in family, ,
drove It Into
rtppp the top log toward
j" H.-L. Smith has moved his family to full name, "Gude's Pepto-Mangan," our schools and to encourage the r i the Birmingham Ala,-"Dr. Pierces
end and by using the heft to cling
Iiithia.. where he Is employed 1n the should. be on the package.Adv.week. teachers to better qualify themselves'!, NOTICE to crawled toward the roar of tbe Golden--_ -Medical"- Discovery Is the ,,1
naval stores business. for the work. 'As a result nearly 700 I load "* fkif best tonic and ,j
] and looked
down at the
.' Mrs. G.: B. Colson spent a few days I teachers and prospective teactiershave Merchants and others are .'irnm builder I have (
hereby coupling. The top log wn a elxteen-'
& Htb her4 mother, Mrs." J. Crews who Mr. Swindel of Theressa, was attending received normal instruction 4 ever known. I h'
warned that I will bills:
not foot t
pay any butt the
two bottom logs were t was In a rundown .
11" been very ill. to business I. Hampton Tues' i through this department.An ,or be responsible for debts Incur-i S -
any clghteen-foolers. With '
I j I a silent prayerof and weak :
,,' Cheater Andreu of New River was day. effort he's also been made to ,red by my wife Mrs. J. B. Cowart. thanks to '__'_ ] condition Ii
Providence. Bryce slid when
-t- si' visitor here Sunday afternoon. Mr.. V', E. Henry was shopping in courage graduates: of junior in l-28-2t- J. B. COWART. t I '
I en-I do\\u to the landing thus formed. He 1 I ? ? started to take \t tf
Chcnley Fogg, of Graham was a Starke Tuesday. mediate high schools to finish 'I was still five feet*above the coupling ..,_- the DIscovery*. t.

JiroTnincnt visitor hero Saturday. Mrs. Galloway. of Memphis, Tenn.. preparatory work and take the ,JACKSONVILLE MAN TAKEN BY however: hut bv (Pining? over the I I tt and that first ':,

The teachers' meeting was held here who has been visiting Mrs. M. L. Raw- sary collegiate work by correspond BAND, TARRED, FEATHERED and f bottle l so '
JI tra-iylng. humping edpe swingingthe
Saturday with only a few teachers ley, for several days, left for Lawtey ence study eo that they can enter pro i. I eye with| OIIP hnn<''l. he mnnnped to strengthened me [t, .'
r gtrenent. The residents had plannedto where she will be the guest of her fessional and technical school"! and I Stated lie Was Victim of Gang U that I kept. on !
cut through the rubber hosp the
entertain fifty and only eight: of mother, Mrs. Chas. Pinkins.: prepare for greater servlc to the ing Personal Revenge nlr on .S I with It until I t
Sl't'k-I connection. .
? this number The institute Mr division l is bad taken tln' o "
were present. and Mrs. C. E. Harper have recently tate. That the bridgingthe .
was also fortunate in having been transacting business in gap which halts the education of I Jacksonville Jan. 27. Francis P. After accomplishing thK axe In .- bottles and then
-' health
hand -lie was
leaped down to the nnrrow
r f Lee a missionary from China Jacksonville. so many young people is shown by the Sullivan 52 years old, operator of a'f formed absolutely perfect I never hesitate
-present on this occasion, giving them W E. Hutchlnson left Sunday for, fact that nearly one hundred more chicken farm in the Norwood section lpdfe hy bumper In front a moment In recommending Dr.

: very interesting talk. Jacksonville where, he will be the students than went to college in a single west of the city limits was last night: t of the caho< .-driving his face Into Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery aa

j: :Wins 'Palsy l.ewls., who is teaching guest of his daughter Mrs. Chrichlo, year are now finishingtheir prep-- taken from his home by five men, two I[' the front of the caboose; and fie onlygrnspeI the very best of tonics"-MRS.

at Midway spent the week-end with for several weeks. artory arid taking college work by cor- of whom he says he knows, and tarred '[ the steel rod lending from ANNIE DIAL. No. 2a09 To-apkU
tier uncle E. B. Andreu. H. B the brnke-chnlns to the wheel on thp Avenue, North. All dnaggists.,
Wiggins and family of Storks respondence. and feathered. I ..
h' '1 Ray Andreu was visitor in the were Saturday.Mr. Ex-service men wno tor any reason Hooded and with his hands tied be root lit time to avoid falling/ half, ,- ,- - -._-.
>l stunned between thp front of the en
dway Saturday. Dover and family of North cannot attend school, are also given hind his bark- he was dumped from bonne A TONICOrove'
The MiHses. Dennisons,-'of Midway Carolina, who have been guests of Mr courses ly, mail and there is a considerable an automobile at Church and Ocean i,j and I he rent of the logging. Tasteless chill
truck. The caboose had! been Tonic restores
attended services' here once n
Sunday. and Mrs. M. L. Watternon for the '
enrollment from twenty counties streets about 10 o'clock. The machine
Michael and box car; honrp there was no railed Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Sumner Andreu of pant week have returned home. '
of the state. The division is doing Sullivan declared speeded west and
; Jarknonville spent the week-end here Rev. J. H. Gibson, of Old Town,, a type of work that can be done crossed Main street. | front plntform to which Bryce might Enriching the Blood. When you feel lu

with relatives. will preach at the Baptist church on L in no other way and letters of appreciation Later at the police station Sullivan I have leaped In safety. Clinging peril strengthening.Invigorating effect see how

'Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daugh next Sunday at 11 a. m. Everybody that have been received in told a clear story of the occurrence, ouslv on the bumper he reached with It brings color to the cheek and bow
4 ter.'Onarlta, and Mr. and Mrs.. I. W. invited to hear hira his foot got his top tinder the lever It Improves the
the last few weeks come from all declaring it the work of a gang of' appetite you will the
,. :I'ltllol, ter'lIpent Sunday in Jackson Mr. Allgood 'nd family of Wacross on the side Jerked It upward and
,, parts of the state. young men who, he says threatenedhim I appreciate Its true tonic value.
,"1lIE' Va., have recently arrived here and Among others, a student in an isolated with death unless he left this partof threw the pin out of the coupling.;; Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic I I. simply
Pagan Nabb, gt Sampson, spent have located on Mr. Allgnods large thpn with free hand he swung the
: part of a southern county writes the country within three days. He Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. S-
Saturday! here. farm east of town and expect to make I that his lessons to us were the first would irot tell their names. axe and drove the great steel jaws of pleasant even children like It. The blood

,_ Misses i Virgie Rogers and Cassle this section their home. writing ever done with a pen. A well Police officers, deputy sheriffs and i the coupling apart needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON t.
joie, or Worthington attended the Miss Emma Hicks was a visitor to known business man in Hillsborough newspaper men to whom Sullivan told I' The boose was cut out! But already Enrich it. Destroy Malarial germs and

teachers meeting here Saturday. Starke Monday. county, because of business and family his story were of the opinion that the the deadly- curve was In slcht" .: Gtlp germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating -
Mrs. T. Thomas and children of i Mrs. J. L. Williams was shopping in I In two minutes the first! truck would
tics, finds the extension method of job was the work of thugs rather than Effect. 60c.
/ Graham,, visited relatives here' Sun- Starke Monday. instruction l is the only one open to any organization. This opinion was I reach It; and th9 caboose; though cut

day. I J. R. Davis of Starke was a visitor him without embaraB ment. Another shared by Sullivan who asserted that i' loose, had to be stopped else with the To Cure Cold in One I.
a Day
Clarence Stephens, of Gainesville, here Sunday. \ headway It had. gathered. It. too would
letter was received from a young widow while one of the members of the Tao I
gang LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE!: Tablets) Ittop
"raa a caller here Saturday. I Master Eugene Henry entered the In Lake county with five childrento which handled him declared they were I follow the logging trucks to glory. *the Cough and Headache a"d work off the.Cold.

H. S. Warren was attending to bus !, B. II. S. at Starke Tuesday. . support who l Is preparing herself "members: of a klan that has been organized -|I For a moment Bryce citing to the ; f.W. GROVE? Mgiwtur-ioiiM b boL SOo.

Inia in Gainesville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lovett of Mississippi,. through correspondence study to teachin everywhere" he is personallyof broke-rod weak and dizzy from the

'i Mr. and Mrs. V. Q. McCoy, of Ala- are located at he Houser House and I order that she may make a livingfor the.,.pinion that no organization I effects of Ole blow wl-en leaping down
: ehus were callers here Sunday afterktoon. 'will remaIn* here several weeks. her children. of any kind had a hand in his mis- I from the loaded truck to the caboose Million Packets Of

.., J. M Maxwell was transacting business The state maintains the general extension treatment. i bumper his face-hlld smashed Into

; (.. F. Wilson. 1.. on the sick list this in Starke Saturday.Mrs. division for the purpose of Sullivan's story was wellconnectedand I. the front of the caboowe. His chin Flower Seeds Free ,

"" pplc.Mr.. R. B. Roper who has been in I seeking out and offering to all classesof he -told it without the slightest was bruIsed. skinned and bloody; his .

: Eddins of Gainesville, wa* Jacksonville for several weeks re people everywhere an1 opportunityto trace of excitement. Mrs. Sullivan noae had been broken and twin rivulets We believe In lowers around' the i

looking after business interests here .turned to her home here Tuesday. i secure instruction which will help an attractive woman from appearance of blood ran from his nostrils. He homes of the South. Flowers brighten f,

t the past week.Frod W. C. Hunt and wife were visiting 'them to become more useful citizens: considerably younger than her husband wiped It away swung his axe, drove UP the home surroundings and give
and Lee Green of Pine here the; blade pleasure and satisfaction to those who
Hill Sunday.
It also offers tremendous advantages stood by his side he recounted dee-pinto the bumoer and '
Were In hero Sunday afternoon. E. J. fowling was bu ln8fl1l visitor l- I left It there with the haft -quiv..rl g.:
a. to those who take) work through the the detail. of the tarring. Police ; I We have filled more than a million
FVIowing is given the program for to Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. division Instead of the commercial or officers took Sullivan to his home after' turning. he climbed swiftly up the 5 !acket* of seeds of beautiful ,yet

a the-afternoon Tip Top Literary Society Friday Humphre-,8 of Brooklyn. was social welfare agencies in Ute field. he was brought to the station and I I narrow Iron ladder fceslde' the brake- easily grown flowers to be given to

Song'\ No.: 14. transacting business here Tuesday. Commercial correspondence schools aroused Mrs. Sullivan. They returned rod until he reached the roof; then, our customer this spring for the

usually charge unreasonable and often to the city with the officers declaring till standing on the ladder he beautifying of their borne. \'
IMate.'Renolvcd l That country life GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION prohibitive prices for their instruction themselves afraid to remainat reached the brake-wheel and drew Wouldn't you like to have five

la m"re preferable than city life. SETS REGISTRATION RECORD and only charges a small home last night. A handbag which 1 It promptly but gradually around packet of beautiful flower free?

Afllrmativ, Ollie Kelley Lucille incidental foe to help cover postage Mrs. Sullivan carried until the wheel-blocks began to YOU CAN GET THEMI! 'Hastings'
: Jlntrcll Reba Brown. Negative: Ray During Ilm 12. Month 5,804 Stu- and other items of overhead. All of change of clothing for her husband. I' bite when he exerted his- tremendous 131 catalog I III a llp.te handsomely"

Jup"Anthem, Royce Gniney, Livingston dents Enrolled for Study the social welfare agencies offering As he stood in the police station he strength to the utmost beautiful Illustrated seed book with twenty
page showing the finest varieties -
(correspondence tudy not having was clad In a pair of and with his knees braced doggedly
Ret station Leila a overalls and a In their true natural colors.
,' J.kea-nolla- Surrency Mae Aniireu. Florida has set a'new national record place in our being a part of the edu rubber overcoat. His body was generously -I against the front of the caboose held It 1* full of helpful garden newer aid
and Eugene: through the general extension division tile wheel.
Crosby. cational -ystem of the state, give instructions coated with a liquid tar nren- farm Information that Is needed In
Ro'ading-lIa at the University of Florida which because of a lack of aration. Many feathers'still adhered one brake screamed, but the speed every home and too, the catalog tells ')
Warl"t'n.RonI' which served 2,804 students duringthe state supervision, is not recognized to the tarry substance. of the caboose was not appreciably you how to get these flower seeds absolutely !'
: Rt'citatloll-Wll first'tWf.'lve months in the historyof by the schools of the state and consequently "About 9 o'clock as Mrs. Sullivan Blackened. "It's bad to. good a start I" tree. "

f Run. its extension teaching department- the student cannot offer the and I lay in bed reading I heard a call Bryce moaned. "The momentum In. Write for our 1921 catalog now. It \
Som&-Ella Mae Haten and Onaritu and registered 8.000 more for class at more than I con I* the flBeit. most valuable and beautiful :
c IW !. courses completed with these agencies our front gate, Sullivan said. overcome. Oh, Shir
and group study. Of the 2,804 enrollments either for entrance pre-profes- "Someone yelled 'Sullivan there's ley my love! God help yer seed book ever published and
Critic lepo'rt.Cloning 1,960 were received for individual sional a He cast yen will be mighty glad you've got It.
or college credit. The general telephone message for at the a eudden despairing look
: :. song Instruction by you concrete There 1* no obllgatir -. !-> buy aay.thlDI' .
correspondencestudy. extension over his shoulder
p' courses are all standardizedand works. Naturally I downward at the
Ralph Huzcn ( got up and Just ask for the catalog.
was a recent visitor These registrations from
In the Wntpronk came accepted at par by all of ourstate's i slipped on some clothes to answer the coupling. He was winning, after all i H. G.
section. all of the HASTINGS CO..8EEDSMEN.ATLANTA.
fifty-four counties In the for ,
institutions. message. As I stepped from our home a space of six: feet now yawned !,
; . 1 HAMPTONHampto.i. -> state and from persons interested in Many people) have gotten the 'Impression I noticed two-men in front. I returned between the end of the logging truck GA.
\1. living in seventeen other that general extension work and informed my wife that things and the "bumper of the caboose. If
,' states and in foreign countries. The consists mainly of correspondence didn't look right but I would take he could but hold that tremendous
Jan. a
; 28.Mrs.truck. Harden-
remaining 844 students
finished workin study; however there are four largo chance. I went out strain on the wheel for a 1886
again and as 1 quarter of :
of )Jo-toi-H Inlet, is the guest twenty-two classes held in nineteencountie's S
departments and the a mile he
department of approached the three might get the
men others demon
: ca
: ef her "ht'r.\I1! T. C. Roundtree of the state. The 3,000 will step
general information has ped from th boo e under
sent out more shadows and Joined them control I
;; thin be found in the counties in which the than
Mrs. McNeully. of Jacksonville 'Is 600,000 educational circulars "One of these men pulled a pistol After what seemed an eon of waitIng -
work la
being carried -on or is just) bulletins he DAVISINSURANCE
and letters and ventured
I the guest of her al"ter. Mn F. E. about to ..tart.B during the past Commanded me to keep my mouth The another look ahead.
this week. year shut. They bound my hands and led rear logglng-truck was a hundred
Henry, '
) registering so student.during .
many me toward an automobile. As yards In front of him now. and from
Dr. E. T. Campbell of Starke has the first twelve months, the V. R. INVITEDTo they
nJeen'( attenduiK to professional busi.s Florida division broke by a wide margin approached the machine the men slip I -

: '!>.. Hampton recrntt)'. \ all previous records for ped masks or hoods over their heads '
I a new unl- attend services' the
: C. C. Roundtreo, of Orange Heights, v?Uy-reneral extension division Of Ian church next Prenbyter, n.and also put a sack over my head. One I j, A big bald eagle swooped down and
: Is the guest of his son, T. C. Round- the thirty-nine states doing general Sabbath school at 10 them spoke of a rope and asked another I I I attacked little Evelyn Gick at Tampa STARKETo
m. if he had
brought a rope along. [, bat night at
tree. extension workCallfol'llla must nearly Sermon I dusk as she was trudging ,
of SUrke at U a. m. and 7:30 p, m. "I don't know where they carried ;: with her little
Pr. BljCRS was called to approached this record. ,Qthq'hirvhewil1,! brother and' a IImaU'dolt. I.,
joTn us In the me\ but
Hampton on professional: busineim I To enroll these students in the first evening service :. soon the machine stopped and I| A man Jiving nearby, hearing

several time this week, year from a white population of 500- Prayer meeting Wednesday'even they took me ctafc anct stripped me, applying the children I screaming secured a "gun .

M. V. pyal of Jacksonville is vis- I 000 scattered ov/>r an area of 68,666 ing tar and then feathers. One of I and killed the bird which had retreated ta3teIJ" c1llll'Ilsuskesetoree
and relatives the men held a pistol to head and to vitality eat mesSy br $mrtfytns' trod v \
King friends here this square miles is considered a notewor- !I DAVID my a nearby tree. It measured six 1'
- -- __ LANDER. i beat me in the face with his flst. They feet from tip to tip. I dr.hlnlttbe blood. Yea can MOO foal its ft-unM :
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her brothers or sisters so she was trying

I. I Bradford County Farmers'Jj Jj JjTilE Well cousins, she cum uncles next,day.aunts We and wuz such.not lose J..

fixed up for cumpany only had one WHAT qou ..

bed then so Josefus lien III take a i failure '..

PROGRESS OP HOG CIIOL- to college, have enough money to go sing. Thirteen farmers have enrolled ] quilt and -KO out in the barn on the' must be added to baking :

mCA CONTROL: through: and finish in a Better Farmers Club. Each mem- hay, and he did. She said she did not costs-it has to be paid for.

ber will plant part of his crop under I like to crowd, but see I, Oh, no, not a i

The months of-January and February THE FARM BUREAU IN SUWAN- | the agent's direction and make an ex- bit. Josefus likes to sleep out at the i Calumet Baking Powder '

according to statistics/the NEE COUNTY j hibit with a record of the crop in the barn on the nice hay. Well, she stayed : will save you all of that.' Because ', '

p are, which the louses from hog fall I and stayed and began to find fault when you use it-there are ..'

months in lowest hu the South. There The farm bureau;;; ; movement is be about the bed being too hard and'I I no failures no losses. Every baking

cholera arc time is a good one ing felt in Suwannee county. Burlington Citrus-This year I do not have to did not cook like her ma, things were is sweet end palatable-and
fore the present tender and delicioua to
for the farmer to look back over the community was organized Into a hunt club members; they are hunting too salty or too fresh and my cookingwas I the stays last moist tasty bite. .

l his mistakes andprepaie community council! on January 13. me. Farmers are buying seed and too rltch for her stummick. We ,

past year for, profit the corning>y spring: and About a hundred local people attended other farm supplies cooperatively. couldn't seem to suit her but 'she stay 1 That's a big saving-but

summer. It is a safe assertion to this meeting. The community of ed-and Josefus slept in the barn. FInally that isn't all You save whenyou

make thnt if HIP farmers of Bradford union which had ppreviously organ Escambia-Club organization is the it got cold one night: and Josefus buy Calumet and you save

county would fully operate, with the ized, held I a get-together: follow-up go here now. Fathers 'and sons are froze out, come in and built a fire and when you use it.

State Live Stork Sanitary Hoard that meeting: January 14. This meeting all interested and the enrollment is slept the balance of the night in the

the present year would see their 1o J. was well attended also. climbing. rocking: chair His ma gin us the ,
chair. Next morning she lowed
cholera reduced to a mini Field agenU'of the agricultural extension rocking i f ,
from I
es .
she'd better be going, she had in y.
division present at the meetings -
mum. Taylor-Farmers are breaking tended to stay some time but she felt ,
the latest reports of report a great: enthusiasm shown '
According to for spring crops. A commercial dairyis
she crowding and she did not 't. *
of estimates of the by the people of these communities'for ,
,,.u the bureau crop being built. ..Farmsare being like bed anyhow. Guessed she
dep-irtmont of agriculture, Florida, Jn whafthe farm bureau offers. They ought t by people from other sections our ..
would to Cousin JanePerkins
go over Mary
191'1. out of 1,100,000 hogs lost from lire uniting with a determination of and there seems to be renewed interest --
if Josefus could !spare! the CALUMETBAKING
cholera 99,("><> or 9 per cent. Thishlg' making themselves their own capital- in land, regardless of the poor time to take her-twas only ten miles
only be attributed to ists.
figure can demand for farm products.
a lack of co-operation "on the part of While community business is always over there. she'd herd. POWDER

.' the farmer as Florida is putting forth transacted at these meetings: Duval-The winter vegetable: crop Well, he .tuk her and I drawed a "

greater efforts to improve the health they ever afford an opportunity for is unusually good. Truck gardenersare sigh of relief and so did Josefus. Ifotgot BCST.BV TEST"It

of its live stork than any other state. entertainment and recreation. The finding a ready market'for aU first to tell you her name wuz Liza

Many other states have reduced their gatherings: : mentioned here were no class produce in Jacksonville. Ann, second! cousin of Josefus' ma.

t, Ion sea to two and three per cent with 1 exceptions. Songs were sung and She was terrible tuckering: and I wuz
of the state were played. glad to see her g..
the games:
lens effort on part
Seminole-Fertilizers, analyzing: 0 is reasonable in cost and
authorities than is being: expended Thar comes Josefus now Been over
cent ammonia 5 cent phosphoric
Florida. PREVENT THRIPS! ON TOMATOESI per per to Staike most all day. possesses more than the ordinary -
acid and 5 per cent potash, are
I UY SPRAYING Well, my land, got back have yeT leavening strength. You pay Calumet
;l Under the state law providing: for' being sold in this county for $65 a
Did you sell the syrup? less and use less. You get the most Stmchin Cake'4
the control of hog bolero an assistant ton. The government weekly news
utr.te veterinarian ll stationed in cv- The thrips which often cause great: letter of December 22 shows that the No, DeWitt C. Jones thought I'd in purity dependability and whole Redpe .
' losses to tomato crops, are little fellows better hold it for a while.Thrn eomeness. 14 cup of butter,'
cry ncction to take charge: of the control wholesale price of good: materials,
sometimes difficult to : In every"way it is the"best IJ-Jcups granulated
of hog cholera therein and to administer and are as making such a formula, totaled some you didn't get the things: you .. sugar, 2VJ
- and find as the yare destructive. The individual wanted? t way to keep down baking costs.That
anU-ho -'boler8 serum thing under (30.00.Columbia ( cups flour.1 cup
is what has made it the world's biggest
insect -
is minute soft-bodied
Vjrus. The only
fix' the serum<< used, which is bought on about one twenty-fifth of an inchin -A county bureau of ag until! I sold the syrup. Saw so many '"" it the favorite of millions of house- teaspoons Calu-

i, : contract on sold at cost'price. In addition length.: It has an orange colored riculture and home economics was organized things I wanted but'only bought what ,. wives for more than thirty years. met Baking
hca dand thorax and lemon-yellow ab \ Powder, 1 teaspoon -.
law that half of I could along without. I -
the provides here January 8th. not get go Good wholesome bakings can be lemon.
?t' the first (J ) used shall be paid 'domen. When disturbed they eanIIprlnA' purty. slow on credit., Rather wait
IIJOO c. c. or three inches. The adult \ made only] of good materials, no yolks ef 9 emt..
for by the state on proper a'pllratioll.1The ' two considerable distance. Orange-Plenty of truck being mar until I Fell the syrup or something off I other nay, eo use only good baking Then mix in tbojretulr
eradication of hog cholera has keted and at good prices and more being the farm.I I way.
A ;rirr nnd gOM! ; (nof :
The old beneath the slain
I lay : just :!
eggs .
since the experimental\ hoes two "
long passed : planted.! Citrus outlook is good, got some strawberry and '
surface of the plant tissue in a shallow :.. if" ""if).
,i. stage: The state find federal govern- everybody feeling optimistic. rakes and a plow. Had to have an \ e -.-- -. .,- -
slit. The hatching, --
menta are expending| every effort towards ;, young, upon Qliver plow going to use two bosses i
tr its suppression and it remains at ;once attack the tendcrest part of Manatee-Farm bureau and fair on it this year._ He's putting: in a full L' : .

for .he farmer to say how much long. the blossom. or bud. If there are onlya work are the main matters of interest line of International farm tools this

er he will stand for the losses he experiences : fev.thrips present, say one or two i here at the present time. We have year. Farmers are going: to want of the commission man somebody be- Tic-kens and has taken a slight list to
to each blossom find sufficient
from it. Follow the rules they usually : met with real success in our community better tool and more land from now gins to make money on it, He sellsit ..port. Her stacks and; two military

printed below this year and see if food without doing serious i faire on and DeWitt C. Jones' the chap that to the retailer and the retailer sells mast? arc still'standing. I.

? next January does not find you the harm to the flower. But, if there are sees the hand writing: on the wall and it to the hotel and the hotels charge The personcl of the board of ordnance

gainer thereby. I many present, serious damage is done, I Walton-We are planting large Is getting: ready for the great change a cent a bean! left Wednesday for Washington
with the The
1, Consult the nearest state voterinariun especially black pistil. pistil acreage to.pecans, peaches' and blue that is coming as sure as little ta- But who would be so "cheesy" as et-.d from that point the official report '
turns shrivels Soon the
y ( Dr. S. C. Smith at Lake City, :, and up.{ berries. Our cooperative buying and ters. I tell you what, Mrs. Perkins, to kick on fifteen cents for an.orderof will be issued.-Pcnsacola News.

or Ilr. /II. M, Clarvoe, of Starke), or1'i whole, bloom turns yellow and falls 'I selling has saved farmers of this county if you should go aWRY for one year green beans in the winter time in

write the State Live Stock Sanitary off. much money. now and then come back you would the North! However, don't look at NEW EXPRESS LINE WILL BE

Board a( Tallahassee for the address. '> Tobacco" decoctions are effective Infighting not knew where<< you're at. Starke will the size of 'your portion, look at the OPERATED THROUGH SOUTH
the sinsect. The
of your nearest vet I'inarian. difficulty lies Volu iu-I am meeting with splendid boom, farms will pick up and double cost of It to you, and then say in a ,, '
Keep your hogs immune by treating in reaching the thrips with the spray, cooperation from the farmers in in price and everyone will wake up. ; sarcastic tone, "No wonder those Floridians 'I The Southeastern Express Company,
I as they are under the stamens and
the young pigs. |1 soliciting exhibits for the Tampa fair.FARMEpiROWN. Starke will get: a new hotel, more new : are so rich. Look what tl\ey organized to compete with the AmerIcan
In case of sicknoHs isolate all flnl- sheltered by them. But they are active stores and DeWitt C. Jones will put get for' beans.-Tampa Tribune. Railway
Express Company, covering -
and when the blossom is disturbed -
male showing symptoms and call for up a new building. Ills store is too i I territory between Baltimore to
nsslfllnnce 'Immediately. day's they come out and attempt to get: i,
y. Every small Already. Got to have more .New
It is this habit which enables AIICYISG-AND TilE NEED OF ; York Cincinnati to St, Louis, the
delay means larger losses I away. room, and got: to get: his business all THE CHILDREN 'I I| south, covering these cities will commence -
] grower to reach them. In
Dixptme of all dead animals by burn spraying
i in one building so he can look after business March
Ing. Just because! are unfortun- :, therefore, care must be taken to SAMANTHA BROWN'S HUSBAND better. I 1, according to
/ you it It would take quite a large I I an announcement just made.
, Hate don't troubles to thoroughly cover-the blossom or bud Organization of a creanfbry association -:
y pass your on building for his hardware store, undertaking
: John
with the solution the in the Haven section of ,: B. Hockaday, of the old Southern
your neighbor. I ; pass over plants I guess I'm getting the hose behind parlor and Coca Cola plant! Moore
slowly in tho the Everglades district of Florida U Express Company, is president of
i spraying operation. the cart but I just want to tell you
all under roof. Starke is waking
4t IMG cum CHAMI'IONSHIP/ GOES I I' Different decoctions vary as to the what! think about the credit business sure. one in progress. An entirely commend- I the new concern, and headquartershave
TO COLUMBIA COUNTY ,| strength: of nicotine and should be Now I am on that subject, after that (Continued Next Week) able move. Dairy cattle are becoming -' been established in Atlanta. The
n _. used in different proportions when I'll resume Some folks seem to be in more numerous in that portion of new company will operate on the

Williamson & Dennis of Jacksonville I'' preparing solutions. One part of debt all the time. Now when labor the state purebreds. or at least Southern Railway and its affiliated

gin annually $250, as a scholarship Black Leaf 40 should be mixed with has been getting three to four times THE PASSING OF A RAZOR BACK grade. of the better breeds. This is lines. Most of the other railroad systems

to tho Florid College: of Agrl- i!; 1,000'parts of water; home made extracts I more than they ever did, they' don't as it should be, only there isn't enoughof of the southeast have signed

culture or the department of home I should be mixed with water In i scam to' get ahead a bit, and don't Under the saw palmettoes. it. up with the American Railway Express -

economics of the State College: for 1> the proportion of 1 to 10. Something i want to work half as much. Josef, Under the scrub oak tree, The State Marketing!: Bureau is authority Company

Women, to, theboy or girl: vho.shows, |jl 1 should be added to make- the spray my husband, tuk down sick, the
the grand champion pig in the state stick. .had to bo- put in and no one to do it. And eating the hot wampee. Florida brought in from other states stock of $1,000,000, owned by

club content at the state fair. There The followjng: Is a good spray; Commercial Iwent out to try to find a man. The more than sixteen million dollars Southern business men, and will be

_contents are always very close and lime sulphur 2 1-3 quarts, fust place I cum to the man said first It's only a piney woods rooterIn worth of dairy products, for consump- managed by men who have spent their

competition I is keen. R. W. Blacklock, Black Leaf 40, 3 1-2 ounces, water, 50 off, "How/ much you pay?" search of his daily feed. tion in this state, of course. Isn't lives in the express service in the

state boys' club agent, says they are gallons Lead arsenate can be sub- 'I sex, Til give you $1.50 and your But he is of special interestAs that an enormous amount of money South.

t: getting closer and tho, competition i] stitutcd for the lime-sulphur, if the dinner." one of a passing breed. for the people of this state to payout The' new company will establish offices !

keener. j! grower wishes to..kill the tomato "Nope, hain't got time, am .busy, for what should be and can be pro at all points reached by the _
The 1920 winner i is -Leo Leslie of''I worms or other biting insects at the can't work for fl.BO. lie was reared by his scrawny old duced more advantageously!: more Southern, and the Mobile and Ohio,

ti. Columbia county. lie won with a 12- same time.. .* "Josefus' sick We've got to get mammy ,, cheaply in Florida than in an.y other' and will open an active campaign! I

month old I'oland China sow Tim I Flour makes an excellent spreader our crop in some'way. I'll give you And his wee little waif of a self; state in the Union ? solicitation for express business of all ,

best part about thin boy's winning. is far tobacco extracts Take two pounds $2.00 and your dinner." But his fellows are being discardedAs It is very encouraging to know that kinds. through and local .
r that he bred and raised his own sow cheap flour and stir into two gallons: "How many hours do you want me old garments are laid on a shelf. -
more and more dairy front his last year's pig club gilt. I hot water. Add this paste to.50 gallons to work?" .. found in Florida the CONGRESS f

:Mire honor to the boy ,who can breed of the spray material.. "Sun up to sun down. That's how He has eked out a life in the tlmhei ; There ought to ,be as years go by. 175,000 AS ARMY STRENGTH
many more right
and raise a champion than to the boy Josefus works. Over hammock and prairie he ran. -

",1'0 merely feeds one I COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS "Nope, hain't got time but I'll come He has always been self supporting now.Children Congress has voted to limit the size I
are suffering from
Leo says that he fud his pig shorts, fur that and work 8 hours fur a day And has asked but few favors of of rich want of the army to 175,000 enlisted men.
fresh milk.
1'iun, tankage, corn and peanuts and DeSoto-A large acreage of water- and my board.breakfast, dinner and v man. Just ask the teacher of The Al.', a vote'of 41 "to. S3,
ervnps from tho table. lie says his melons is being planted heer this year supper, and one hour off for dinner." school your public set aside i il* decision of last week to

}rig! did not cent him much as he worker I and mach of the seed is being treated Them's the terms-now fur labor. SoI It's true that he wears no ribbons, to tell you how many children make the limit 150,000 andthen! with.

) n corn and peanut patch and fed with
from them. of anthracnose. would work any different Then But he can live without care in the they should have-and how many are tion directing the secretary of war to
getting none.
ITo i showed his pig at the county and I went home without any help. WhenI pine wood The cease recruiting until-the army dropsto
Ktn'a contests and won $32 in cash Brevard-An Interesting field meetIng got: home Josefus said, "Let it go A thing: that the winners can't do. information will amaze you. 175,000. '

bcsl<'es a camera and the scholarship i| was held at Aurantia January 12. we won't put in any crop. Cap't do Here[ if for none other, is the' strongest The honse, ten minutes later, voted!

to tie club shoit milk
v- < ty of Florida. With the scholar-1 I community I met with a group: of citrus sleep.] Well, there was mighty: little But they give him wonderful speed, should be oroduced in Florida. to cease recruiting until there are not

,- hlts a start he soys he Is going to I j growers and went with them thru crop put in that year and farm after Ilia nose reaches out from his head to Every move to supply the need is more than 175,000 enlisted men. The

,; I'D1 k the l profits from his club work ) several groves: Many points on cit farm went to weeds. Most of them the ground, Live worthy Stock of encouragement.-Farm and resolution was slightly: different in

.and '>y the time he is ready to start rus culture were brought up and' discussed fellers'if not more, had to buy on But it helps him to dig for his feed. Record. language and will go to congress.

In the field credit kaze they would not work, and 'Secretary Baker 'had advised an

t when pay day came around they. were But the time has come for his exit OLD BATTLESHIP IS LEFT Avl' army' of-a quarter million and Gen.
;. YOU WOULDN'T T TAT y i I I'olk-We have planty of labor now broke and no crop. From this modern commercial stage: MERCY OF TilE STORMY GULF I'er hinjt wanted 200,000.

even more than the demand. Condi- Some went off to find big wages He has filled his place to perfection, -

1 tions throughout the county are en- but they \spent! the money as fast as But he belongs to a passing age.: Target practice by the army, in (

TO TAME A WILD-GA1 ecul'aKlnll'ast'ollucb\'. they got it, or faster, and cum home By J. B. which. : were used the biggest: coast de- Quite
forage tense
-- broke and their credit all busted to. : crop guns: maintained on the gulf: and
specialist, Florida Agricultural wherein the old battleship Massachusetts Jim Joues-"But IMMT can I love myselglibor
time i is being devotedIn Now
going down
wages are and most '
I Extension Division. as nijsolf. \. Inn his dog howl t
preparation of the constituted the target at which
county's exhibit of them have lost three years looking: : "
Mr Dodxm Warn Agaloit trill i for the Tampa fair.OsceolaTwentyeight. fur big wages, and their land has BEANS ONE CENT EACH I the; shells were hurled, came to an end nil night, brother? The J I'urllon-'Vhy, very '
; with Tuesday's easy "nuH-very easy-Just
of Treacherous growed up to weeds and they are ORANGES very,severe peppering: ".
Dangerous i I : boys have busted. FIFTEEN CENTS on the part of 12-inch rifles, 12-inch :'nlxon III il.MT. I'UOb.

1Jn Calomel signed: up this week for club work. I 'low they will be asking fur workat While (' Sells for mortars and five inch and four inch Habitual constipation curedIn

menm"1.1 i Citrus growers are spraying and fertilizing what folks can afford to pay and Each in National 50 Cents railroad batteries ,In fact there was 14 to 21 Days

l groves, and general conditions hoard themselves. We didn't get in Capital more shooting on the lust day of the TLAX-F03 WITH PEPS5N" is a specialty

t Calomel Calomel act siltvattil like It's for citrusc men are more favorable. any crop but we didn't get into debt' Who gets: the- for target: practice than on any one day prepared Syrup Toolc-LaxaMve for Habitual .'
dynamite Florida
on a sll1ll"al.h money
during the
liver. When rtlomvl come. into and our credit is good at the stores. fruits and vegetables is past two weeks when the Constipation. It relieves promptly but
contact with our bile it era be. into it, Putnam-Irish potato planting is Josefus got well and we are scratching ly answered by Congressman, pretty clear maneuvers were being pulled off. Upward should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
about complete. Acreage- less this H. J. of forty shots from the to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
causing cramping and nau..... "< : : hard to catch up.' Drane of this 12-inch
If you feel bilioim, headachy, constipated year than last. Much sugar: cams (is DeWitt C. Jones is just as willing given the district in an interview rifles were hurled over the hills from Refiulates.! Very Pleasant to Tak.* 60o

and aU knocked out Junt go to being: planted. Citrus fruits are moving to give men credit that pay their bills correspondent<< Washington of The City special the western pttiMt of the city and aim- per bottle.
your druggist mill get a bottle of Dod- to market and at good prices. promptly his and Tribune. ed at the old ship. Hits were
as pa, maybe moreso. numerous. To :
Drano quotes hotel Stop a Cough Quick
on's, Liver Tono for a few e'nb.wblch'i service ona These
I just love to go into a store when were easily observed from
ii harm lee. vtulilo mitwtltutc for Florida
a vo products.
A'srhus With the shore take HAYES' HEALING
market grow- Josefus has just settled orange: and at old Fort Barrancas there HONEY. a
dangerous calomel. Take a upoonful .nd line\ <<>ady the farmers are shipping It makes feel up everything. 176 size, fifteen cents, of $26.40 a were scores of tourists who cough medicine) which stops the cough by
It doe.n't start mejum. saw
if your liver and you box
; grapefruit, tw'nty-f\ve healing the inflamed and irritated tissue
hogs and cattle again, three cents per the: first time
'y4 better and cars Well to back the huge
tralibten you up quicker go: Along projectiles
resurqe. half for
6's A
I box of
'of or $21.00 : GROVES O-PEN-TRATE
hogs and four of cattle a ; green hurled
calomel and without going out through the
than nasty making about this time or soon after, Josefua beans fifteen cents air and go out several SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and
you sick, you juet go back and get your this week. cousin on his mother's side, nit us she tual' count 'fifteen beans a portion-by ac i thousand.yards distant to where Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
,, monoIf /. was coming to make -one cent a I the old battleship was anchored. HAYES'
take calomel us a good long bean! HONEY. The salve
. side and you nauseated tomorrow today you'll bewlilui be lIl'rnando-Thls county is shipping visit My, that about tuk my breath<< loet's analyze the the shells would hit there was an ex' should be rubbed on the chest and throatof
i about ?)0) trillions of milk each beans. A twenty-
it may salivate you, while if you takeDodaon's day.Pasturif for she WUI a good soul'I hertz tell, one basket shipment I ilosion) which threw columns Of Water children suffering from Cold or Croup.
Tone crops make this possible. but I had gross for high in the air and The heeling effort of Hum Healing Homy loIde
.. Liver you will woks up never seen her. She was $42. The produced a loud -
; Special! stress Is being: placed on early railroad got: $23.40, the and the throat comhlnnd with the liecllua effect of
full of end ition and peculiar She had deafening '
lived .
feeling great ready with her ma commission report. (;' "" O-F.n-Tr.(e Salvo Ummfib tile of
; pom
if:' for work or pl'y. "'? Uurmlen, pleasant spraying of grapefruit for scab and pa until they both died, then she I $14.40 man $4.20, and that left With the abandonment of the target the ails MOO HOD a count
safe to give .o children send back to the shipper'.. In
and ) they went visiting practice Bra portal om canon and the
around with the ., program, the old
rcl is
h' ship
i nwt of
about seventy-five cents the comblnod: traoUMUU..SSo.
like it. Suwannoe--Club work is a basketl! left ,
I progres- tions. She could not to the mercy of the
get along with She Just
But when It into ask your druggist for HAYES'
. passes the hands
;,, anchored almost directly off Fort 1 HEALING HONEY.
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[PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD I I miscreant in its day by furnishing an tor near Barks Friday. Misses \\:ilma and Arthurine Ulan- I liAIFORI ida, Ih.-'h 01'101 .

MAKES ANOTHER DECREASE object of suspicion for them to shield Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Johns, of Jack- chard wete visitors to Starke Saturday -I. Notary Pulille.J.Rtate H. RITCH.of Florida.. ;r

---a.. (I themselves behind. Nothing worse !eonville! have returned here and will Raiford Jan. 28.-Brady Rosier, My CnmmiKKlon K.in_ July II, 122.

[30.000Ien! Have Item Laid Oft. DurIng |] was ever done for the South than was make their home with their mother Miss Bessie Terry returned to workin Anna Mae Anderson, John Hollingii- (Seal) l-l!...r.Ut.s ,

I're.tIInth! { done when this order with the old :Mr;. Belle Johns; Jacksonville last week. worth. Marguerite: Anderson and Violet !M i: TirK OF Ar-r-t.irAllOK rh'R: TAX' DEFD:

/ name and the old signs was re-estab- Rosa Johns has returned home after Enoch Griffls was transacting business Mizcll were visitors to Lake But- UMII-K I.ICNtKAI.: : KKCllnM: KTATI1TKH 171. OK THR .

The Pennsylvania railroad company I Iis IliBhed without the existence of any two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs in.Jacksonville Wednesday. Irr Sunday afternoon. '
I Hereby notice U lven that H. 1'':. Brown,
instructed all departments of the im i conditions to justify it.-Times-Un C. B. Brown, of Lake Butler. __ Mr. Ella Norton, of Jacksonville, Rev Barium of filled, his liurrhanrr of tax eal, certificate* numlirrMrcapcctlvely
St4. to effect a further reduction ion. Mrs. B. B. Brown is spending the visited relatives and friends in Law. l\IilJ"r. regular II and lIt l.*.urd by the tax col.lector .
appointment fur 11 .
rod ford ,
at the Baptist county Florida. Raideerttflralea r
expenses of 10 per cent as eel with the expenses in November EMPEROR WILHELM ASKED Johns. baa fllrd. said errttflratce. in my office and
M. Blanchard is spending a few Ada Register and Georgia: Epper haa n....., application for tax deed to Inane In
.1920. This is in addition to the 10'fI'per TO LEAVE HOLLAND, REPORT Maud Crews spent Saturday with I days in Jacksonville. son, LakeButler were in town Sun accordance ...It h law.

!| cent reduction ordered when the Mrs. P. B. Crews. Said certificate respectively embrace* II.. J-
: Sup ; n. B. Wiggins, of Starke was day. following; landa In llradfnrd County, Florida.. ,
,...retrenchment: campaign was started Formal inquiry has been made' to II. O. Rivers and daughter, Onie, . .
'd .
I ap ewii at the date of the luuance of auchcertincatea
'i1a1llt month, and which already has re"iVulted the Dutch government by the British were visitors, to Starke last week. a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Brady Rosier Mamie Denmark, i. In the. name* renpeetlvely! hereInafter ,

4' in the laying off of approxl- foreign office to ascertain the truth Mr. and Mrs. Luke were visitorsto Mrs. J. P.' Wyrick and baby returned Earl Whittrn, Helen Nauright/: were I. particularly ret Eortht -wlt tCertificate .

'mately 80,000 men In the four regions of unofficial reports that the Ilohcncollerns Lake Butler Saturday. to their home In Alexandria Va., visitors to Starke Saturday night of Soul h.No...... in Quarter.emhracea"".Houthwent.. Eft. 1'II.Quarter 8.

of the system. Continued falling off have been asked to leave Holland George Rivers had his hands severely last week after upending few weeks Wilbur Scott, of Starkr, was in K IK R40 acre*. aanranrd J .C. CanadaCertificate j
business was given as the reason because they had abused Dutch bitten up by a coon'recently.TJlERESSA here at the homd of her parents, Mr. town Friday afternoon I. Quarter N. IX of embrace Northeant. South Quarter Half nnilNnrthweet ofFoutbwent i

(tor today's action. Freight traffic hs hospitality. j and Mrs: T. J. Terry.J. Shepard Moore was a visitor to Quarter of Southeast Quarter and
Lake Kant: Half of Northeant of Somthwm'sSJunrtrr. .
declined 20 to 22 per cent, as compared The British inquiry was in the nature J. McLeod-waa a visitor to Jacksonville Butler Sunday.A. ( 8ec. 17. T... (I. 8. It. 18 K.: Ito< acre.*.. :
with the early fall the company of a Wednesday D. Andrews was a visitor to I aMMemed Martin Malphur. "
f announced. '. special diplomatic requestand j Jacksonville during the week ITnlm ald certificate aball/ be redeemedaccording ,
was Hastened beyond the usual Mrs. Joe Starling and children returned : to law, tax do.d. will I fnaue thereon .
As indicative of the severity of the red tape. Theressa, Jan. 28.-Blanton Owsleywas to their home in Jacksonville Ranee Andrews of Jacksonville, is on the 14th 01"1.I February. A. I>. 1921.
a visitor to Palatka Tuesday of the of his Wit,,... amy official ... .. and aeal thla
guest: Mr. Mrs.
and .nnl.
J parents
conditions confronting the management /: Officials of the .
'foreign office said last week. Sunday after spending a few days the Ulh day of January. 1921.
it may be pointed out that the they were inclined to doubt the truthof with relatives in anli near Lawtey. A. D. Andrews.Doris I G. W. ALl). "MAK

j Pennsylvania railway system now has the report.It Frank Geiger, of Waldo, was the Miss Eva Reddish visited friends in Scott was a visitor to Jack- Clerk I Circuit {'.." llradford C.. A. K County.Ml OUT. FI... f

on its lines 18,000 idle freight cars, is learned that some of the visitors guest of his brother P. M. Geiger, forseveral Starke Sunday. Starke wth! her parents 1.1.SI-2.1(1..1 u."u,,. Clerk. 1.fnFRIF"1
I which is about 20 cent of the days of last week. Ralph Williams of Plant City is .
per at Doom, notably German army M. Davis of Jacksonville, was a BAI.BHereby
[ number owned and that the idle cars officers, have been under surveillance R. It!. Hersey was a. visitor to Lake visitor Lawtey, Sunday. Visiting relatives and friends here. nol. I that 1. W. J. Fit.perann. .

[ are increasing daily. Freight traffic and that there be Butler Friday. Mrs. James and daughter Doris Scot twas a visitor to Jack . Bradford County. Florida*
appeared to groundfor Shepard ,
Dr. under and / of that certain writ ofexecution
Pridgen of Waldo business
was a sonville 11vlrl.
I has declined 20 to 22 per cent, as comj the belief that the former Ger Miss Clara Mae, of Starke, were visl Tuesday.We 1..lood of and under the hnnd
j pared with the early fall, and all in- man crown prince has been inquiringinto / visitor here last week. toTs here Friday. are sorry to report that Mrs. and ral of the Clerk nf the Circuit Court of
: Mrs. p. M. John Hall and llradford County. Florida on January 4th,
Geiger W. H.
Andrews is
sick list
the this
[ available on
formation the
as to prevail- the of Blanchard visitor to .
advisability returning to Cecil Robert was u 1951. In favor of R B. Fcrnande.. plaintiff.
[ ing conditions in the productive Industries Germany to lead a militarymonarchistic Moore motored to Hampton one Jacksonville Sunday week and aaralnnt II. A. Sharer and R. C. Hutch.
evening last week the bison defetldanta. 1 have. levied Upon and
and general indi- Roholl spent wi-ck-ond in
commerce, l C. R. attended the Masonic
coup. II. Sapp offer I. aalc and will saIl to the Mrh.
cate that a further slowing down in E. Moorer was a visitor to the Grand Lodge in Jacksonville last Lake Butler wi and beet lildiler' for canh In front of theeourthounc

[the freight movement must be antlcif The ex-crown prince has recently county seat Friday.W. Mrs. Foreacre, of Jacksonville, is door In Starke. ftradford County,
paid several visits to Doom from his A. Jones and S. B. Woodardwere week. the Florida nn Monday, the 7th flay of February,
: i 1 f pated before recovery can rearsonably exile on Wieringen island, and whileat visitors to Hampton Saturday. Mrs. Lois Galloway and baby are guest of Mrs. Teston. A I). 1OTI. durlna the legal hour of asIa,
dearribect personal property
{ be the following
__ Doom he had the opportunity to Cleveland Lee, Misses Elythe and I spending a few days with relatives in to-wit t .

meet and talk with the German .Tampa. "The ,'arm..r''orMt On flat top dmk on. Purrouuhn .d.ln.
army Myrel Collins Lillie and Eva Lee of
i .
FURNISHING A SHIELD FOR MIS machine. about 400 hamper, about
Mrs. Join Farmenter of Jacksonville 101
officers in question. The ostensible Lakeside, motored to Gainesville Sat The Farmers Ilcflt FriendRat nato crate*, about one hundred sacks. lime,

CREANTS reason for the ex-crown prince's visIts urday. spent* Sunday at the home of her Snap. two sacks of nitrate of loda, and 1110 poundaof '

was to see his mother, the former J. P. Padgett was a visitor to parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mathls. These are the words of James Baxter beet W. J. \

Since the organization of the order kaiserin, who was reported. dying ofa Hampton Thursday afternoon. John Marr of Highland: was a visitor N. J.: "Ever since I tried RAT i-T-ot-t-4 tlhcrllt of'PFRION. !

known as the Ku Klux Klan its chief heart affection. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Geiger of Gainesville to Lawtey Sunday. SNAP I have always kept it in the --- -- .
official has been kept busy explaining Miss Florrie Terry was visitor to M.TER'llfJ1!
The serious illness of the ex-kaiserin spent! Tuesday night here with a house Never falls Used about $3.00 In h..I. "IVO under and by N Nat '
its law abiding nature. lIe now offersa Jacksonville first of the week. i'
offered his brother P. M. part worth of RAT SNAP a year and figure a decree of I."I.u. mad
reward of one hundred dollars for an_excellent opportunity for Geiger. Lawrence Griffls, of Jacksonville, it and rendered I.,. Hun. H. A. ..h. Judge)
German visitors to Doom to cloak the Cecil Moore and John Hall were save mo $300 in chicks eggs the Circuit Court of FI..lo". In for 7llradfurd
the arrest'and conviction of any per I was visiting relatives in and \leal'Lawt.l'y and feed. 'RAT Is
business visitors Waldo SNAP convenient County, on the tth day of January
real of their visit if conceal- to during last
son anywhere who uses the name of Sunday. Just breitk cake no >mixIng with 1981. wherein J. T. Rrv. .rm..I.ln.n.
up ,
ment were necessary. Numerous Ger week. and J. 8. Kelley, I K. K.n.... .
the Ku Klux Klan in ,an unlawful man have visited Doom Misses Florence Hall and Eloise i, John Roberts, of Jacksonville, is other food" 3 sizes 85c, flip, $1.25. II .,.,.. 11 J Kelley. A. 0 .I1. II n. Hureh.George .
manner or in connection with any purpose personages spending a: few days here at the homeof Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones Kelley and Harriett. Kelley. his wife
for the announced of condoling Owsley were visitors to Hampton .
purpose on J Sterrleks and Ida J. his
or movement not sanctioned by his father E. J. Roberts. Starke. Adv.NOTICE "f' .
; . I. A. 4Crews.
with the former over hiswife' Friday afternoon. F. R. Kelley are :
law and says: emperor Mr. J. J. Byrd, of Maxville visited his Bpeclal Mater In.Chn. have lev.
critical condition.It andMrs.. Autumn Youngbloodand
led the following "' land vuated
"The Ku Klux Klan most positively parents here Sunday. IIIKMI .. .It
i is assumed that allied secret ser children, of Graham, spent Sat- OP IWrrNTION TO APPI.Y FOR In Bradford county, Florida 1
does not sanction lawlessness in Elder II. V. Skipper, of Llvo Oak, I.KTTKRfl PATENT Southwest Quarter of Northeast quarter. ,
form and it is not to be used as vice agents made reports which led urday here, guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. filled his regular appointment at the ir*>....111/ notion 1 I. (rlvi>n that tho ...nd..h.n..d11 Northwest quarter of tkiutheast Q.a'".. 1
any .. ,
the Dutch government to strengthenits A. Youngblood.J. \ ." 1,11In| / ih, Governor of tho PUU of North Half of Northeast Quarter of South-
an agency of wrong or injustice. If V. Jones and Second Advent church Thursday and Floridri.. ..i TAllahAMiHw. Florida on th. list mast Quarter South' half of Northeast. Quarter
any member of this organization has precautions against the recret departure Mrs. Ethel Kite were Friday. While here he was the guest d'>I.r Mmvh. itixi. for Lrttfm Patent Inror. of Floutlieast Quarter I Southwest Quarterof .
of any member of the Hohenzoilern in our section Sunday afternoon. poratlni Hrlllirttnn Mineral Wat r Company Northweat Quarter Northwest Quarter ol
so far forgotten his oath as to lend S .R. Swindel made a business trip of his daughter Mrs. E. E. Burney. under I thtt follnwtimr. proponed charter 'h..1 Quarter, all In fl,etlon 111. Township -
himself to any movement that Interferes family. Rev. Black, the new pastor of Grace Article I. . I. Bouth Hang Twenty Fjuil. will
with the right of person of There have been recent reports that to Brooklyn Saturday. Methodist church moved here with Til. of thin otyrporatlon plush I... Hitil- sell the same before the ..r house door. In
any General Ludendori was involved in M. Hall and son, John, went to l>r..nn Mineral Water ('", Its Stark llrariford County.. .. between
any race or creed to life, liberty and Magnolia lake his family last week and preached his cipal nfTic.. ahall IM In tin* town of .orln'l the -legal hour of sale on Monday the 7th
the pursuit of happiness, that memberif monarchist activities in Germany and Friday returning home first sermons Sunday morning and Florida, And I.. 1>....ln.... .alml! IM conducted. day of February. A l>. ml to satisfy and
it out that of the Saturday evening with a fine string there and In aiirti said final decree r. and .IJI. Bald
was pointed some oth*r fine** I In Florida and .
his identity becomes known, will be evening to large (' nlrregations.Rev I.a sold the property of the
of trout. rltwwhftr thmiiirh ttraiioheii, ARtMielea r nth* property to I be .
officers who visited have
immediately banished from"the Ku Doom may I Henry Ezcll. of Bryceville, or wine, .. m"lt..* neeennary. or convenient.Arttclw above named defendant Terms <'...hv
been courtiers from Ludendorfl to the Johnnie Williamson, of White a. A. B. CRItWR. :
Klux Klan. The Ku Klux Klan is a tilled his appointment here
Sunday, In Chancery
Hohenzollern family.SUNSIIINE Springs: made, his usual visit here on Thtt ....." niitiir of 1ti* huttlnmi. of thuflnrnarntlitn 1-7-M-3-4 Special Master .. .
law-abiding organization and does not ; Sunday.Mr. preaching both morning and evening .hull .tw to a.'sissra.| nnltirnl mtrlniof <. -. aSIIFRII"Y' 1
countenance, under any circumstances to large/: congregations. Rev. Ezell was wt-r of any hind nml unnllty In the Unit.d BALEIlnmky
the of force or violence intimida. AND MOONSHINE and Mrs. Lacy Wynn, of Starke one of the organizers: of this church .. Him.. of AnnHr nnd In fnrrlun i")tI.Urm! ito notice. I I. nlven. that. I. W. J. Kl>-
use motored through our town Sunday. tlrvtilop und orrrBt| the t to i.rl| .n.1 l ...h,' I" of Hradford County. Florida.under .
tion or threats. Its members are and the members: and friends of the murk ct tho w".... of any und nil iiurhprinixa tierson.and by virtu ol .bat. certain writ olexecution 't
sworn not only to obey the law themselves (Comments by a dear friend of Al, K. Mrs Maggie Neal, of Waldo, spent church,gladly welcome him as the new t to buy, ",11. |Ir..... und.ntht.rwln. foul Uaucd out of and tinder the handand .
Rod Saturday and Sunday with her brother In mitornoMlMi automnhllf* 1'. .. .."siIpm'nt Kcal of the Clerk of the Circuit Coumi
Hall by "
but to assist officers of the law ) P. M. Geiger. pastor. Ills appointments will be the cemnrlvm. nnd iiiplii..i. of any And, nil hind. of Hradford C.untr. Florida. In favor of ,
in its enforcement whenever and second and fourth Sundays in 'each to do..1 l In h.rdwn>, mnrhln und nmrhlneryof .. plaintiff and aBalnat H. 1
Water water everywhere
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Baylor, of any And All kind ir.*n.*r.1 l mr..h.ndl-. I A"Bhaver.. trading a* H A. Shaver Cr1,,. '
wherever needed. And not a drop to drink;" Brooklyn, were guests Sunday at the month. And to oir>rAt.> merrantllo atone of Any And "| ,.. defendant, nn the dth day of Novembe" f
No one can deny that lawlessness Water nothing! We don't care home of Mr. and Mrs. II. E. B. L. Blanchard came over from All klnd-ai to loan tnt,n.ty on mnrticAK. upon A. 0. 1910. I have levied upon and. willoffer
Moorer. I i-viil mint. And to 1'1.nd .iM nn>rt rNir.*. on will the hlnhestand
,, and
has increased since the organizationof It's moonshine that we drink. Misses Icy and Louise Padgett woregueatsof Jacksonville and spent, Sunday here at | real l re'.lo.' And to liuy and H(.ll ImntlM tmiirdi last t r Kale Wdder: for .h..l\nlr\ of the "

the Ku Klux Klan. When we first their his home. i "\ nttl iwUttaB Kiwurity to ,liuy And .I'll courthouse door In Stark fl".'""'d county. '
sister Mrs. Jim
Koon, tuiMlo niirltlffA of / And All klndti. Inoliidinir February.A .. St
Any MondsT. the 7th day" qr
read of its organization we predictedthat Said Deacon..Jones to Farmer Brown, of Waldo Sunday. Iroml iMtuoit l 101/ ..nldl.trl.t.. county, mn- riorlda. 1021.on during the legal hour. of sale,

it would increase and the prediction "How much did .your corn make per Sam Swindel, Bill Hall and Calvin U. S. Government Warns* Farmers nlctimlfty or ntntwi I in .......t. hlll.II., runt, the. .following diaorllied innnonal property.
has been verified. We are willingto ?" About DitK-ane' Caused! ItaU I IfAMBi UNA And oJ.'raLa lioU'tn. 'rHtMiirAiilHi ".. -
acre Triest visitors by
were to Brooklyn Sun- lunch fiutittirn, Iwitt'Inn, worhn. imthfntr |H OH( (tle'! cutter. ninety" four metal h..k.l.
accept the statements of Col. Simmons "0h, I would say about one hundred day afternoon. .' They carry bubonic plague, fatal to mnntifnclnrintr, pin*"*. furtorliM, rrmfitilnttry.vari'linuiir about II.. thousand oualt 'ana, "" IO, '
the leader and of human ',1"' |l..tiri'.t n.-.!4'..n ipy ,,,r of aalt. about five thousand papercartons
spokesman gallons Arthur Moorer and Percy Woodardwere beings. They carry foot and ..tilralrlv. frr :.nir rm II. al nv. dvM. ..rUM.dhtirilniwM pounds and ahmrt Sill'> ) br.n 1.1.,.,
this order, as to its law abiding char- But they beat it all holler in Baker." visitors to Hampton Monday. mouth disease, which is fatal to stock.' ::. I ji'.,. i I. to ', ,.. |iurrh ,*, W. J. ttI'I'F.RSON{ ( .

acter, but will others accept them? Blanton Owsley and Calvin Triest They kill chickens, eat grain, cause It AMP or ithi'rwiMtf. i.ctjuir.9' Any :.aUint( rlirht. I h-7.|5t4-4 Sheriff", of Hradford County Fla.OIM .
fnrmulnv, norrnt i r.i.t-... |llrana. or 1.irlvllt<".
And will not their non-acceptan do Know"anything about making shine? were business visitors to Starke last destruction of property. If you have or IrAdi. murk, ,fi J 'i mBiiufttctur, I PIIBMCATION,

'great injury to the South ? Well I say I orter, Thursday night... rats RAT SNAP will kill them. Cremates t thcr auMtlirt H r, "if "tlt;' :f wL.!nr irrAnt trndf I In. 0'/:;: / In Circuit>Hl('..ltrI.FOB HtaU of Florida. EltrhlhJudicial

We have before us a copy of the I can. still anything from turpentineTo Albert Dade. of Hampton, was a rats after killing themleavesno A irn(1t( thitmft rr to ncftulrv, hr. > Circuit, llradford C"nllIn chan-

Independent a New York publicationwhich the muddiest of pond water. visitor here Saturday night.. smell. Comes in cakes, ready for mnrtKiiir. rant .1.....,<. -w-ll. And annvoy ..... ear,.. Weed "'.I.m.', S1aMlra
has for years been devoted C. A. Youngblood was a*\ sine s use. 3 sizes, 8Gc, Gic! $1.25. Sold and mtiite. world And, paraonl InolijiUnir. prttM the rty raitttnltt.Kik In Any" fmrt And ofthr imiuln.nt. t

principally to hatred of the South. Its Poke root and whiskey is the remery visitor to Hampton Friday. guaranteed by D. C. Jones, tarke. hondN of Any. oth<>r enrirnrAtltm. I to nick rmtm vs I '
..I.l ,.t Any' nnd All hush for *h. oondunt Willie. Jf.nry (3r.liam. I
leading article begins/: with a refer- For old rheumatiz, We are glad to report that P. M. And miiniir"m.nt o if I its liuHlntw htttwinlmffirfl flafm.nslant.ft 'h. 4

ence to the parade of the Ku Klux A little. bit of poke and a lot of whis Geiger is rapidly improving, after FIVE MILE ni*>ntnnc| .d. nr Any Tin. or part thfwof It UInU'tMlud appearing, by. affidavit .cause"I"1"0 that' Wll-,

Klan in this city and the article itself 1 key, several days' illness.P. this cnriHirnllim asl. Iur.l hall I Knri
Is an appeal to the negro to strike But you bet it does the biz. M. Geiger went to Waldo, Mon Five Mile Jan. 28.-Mrs. Barbara Any, puck !*tnd tvrry IntHlmwn And line( of litmfn.i :::: I I' .d In a nmn.r.sII'nI of the. stale. and of I. .v"r florlda.bin the' .

back. From a distance of a thousand day to spend several days where he Dukes' and daughter Miss Hattie mrnllnnml In thin ortirln At rot A 11, wholn.HA and .I.'M. la unknwn.It la Ihcrofnre or-
) |.>. or wh .l.f>Al):. and: r.tall. for A*>h. uiMincrtHllt. I age of twenty-one yearn I
miles it is intended to set the white You hear the good brothers Bay, could secure medical aid who have been quite ill, are now con' on eo..I".m.nt. or In Any/ manner It ,lars'd that paid. non-realdent defendant the be bill and s.feomllntnt :.
and the black of the South at don't jail that moonshiner Messrs. may is<.. flu I. hereby .required to appear In
man Why you A. M. Williams and Bill\ valescent. Wed said ...". (." "' *"'..
Artlrln H.
each otheVs throats. Now there never You're talking through your hat, dear Jones and Rev, N. T. King were visitors Mr. and Mrs P. P. Dekle were the The amount of, the capital slunk. iihall he Monday, the 7th day of 1..1. A. I,.. JIMM. .

was a publication that smeared ink brother, ._ .. Sunday at the home of Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mm. B. L. Duke Fifty. 7'hoiiar.nd Dnllara. divided. Into fIve hun.drrd otherwise confessed the allegation by sadl defendant.It bill. .II .
HliAi-rH of Din vnliii of On I HundredHollar. taken as
on clean paper that we have had less He has as much pull as a transvuiantic Mrs. .Po it!. Geiger.M6asrs. Sunday.. .....h. Thn par Maid capitol r.Hnk yam w Is further ordered. that Hill order b*

respect for than for the Independent.We liner. Lawton and Dcssie-Young- Marcus Dckle and sister. Miss Norma TVillam rail. The tiald rni'ltal' nlfirk "'AII./ ho published once a week for hfhl Telegraph; consecutive a

don't respect rattlesnakes but we blood and George/: Faircloth, of Kemp visited relatives in Johnstown on Uir paid or for nrrvlrtm wholly nfc nr nnrh In part itr'e' **with nr t vat pnnwrly..:** AM nmvIw la* I week.newspaper In the,publlnhed,U..I'od, Kald County county and ptist*.

are not.trying .to get one of them to In every smokehouse in the county Ga., are spending a few days in and Sunday. nx..d hy the hoard of dtrortoni.$ at a mi>*'..1 j Thl. la-ember ... 1920.IS.I T. WItF.KS. \

bite us.Tbe They're smoking up their meat. around here with relatives and friendsR. Mrs. 1). I. Blume was the guest of Inn enlli'd fnr that puriH.Artfrlf. .-!*.4, I "Clerk Circuit: Court

white people of the South went But no one seems to want the bounty M. King was a. business visitorto M'Il(lum'. J. .C. and J. W. iainey Sun This--- corporation ahall exist perpetually as By O. A. KNKHIT.Clerk
That pork just turns to liquid Waldo Monday. "clay provided by" law, .
through a war in which they were overpowered Article II. ". ft. KNIGHT.
With' the intensity of the heat. J. W. Gainey from Kissinv ror '. K.SMOt.4
and for a time they wer canto up The biinlneca, of thin corporation. shall be .SolIcitor Complainant.,

oppressed as no conquered people in HIGHLAND mee, to spend a few days with rela- conducted by/ .."iirealdent one. or more vice .
back to power ti president*. a secretary., a treasurer and a IOTICI
If the wets come ves.
civilized times were oppressed. They hoard of il'rectora' of not .less than three and In County Jud... ( Bradford County,
,fought back to the best of their ability The brewer is forever gone./: Highland: Jan. 28.-Miss Ella Marr Mr. and Mrs Marion Howling and not more" than The, office, of secretary florida.
and won. For years the bitternesshas Every farmer has ots of mash to sour went to Starke Wednesday for a short Je"se Howling were guests of their and treasurer may l.' held. "1'h./ same person ret Administration of Kat... t/f c AMiaun

been gone and the country has and they make plenty of their own. visit with relatives. sister Mrs. B. L. Duke Thursday The officer and director shall he elected O..d.CITATION

been The white men of the Mrs. M. L. Crews and brother; A. J. Henry Kerce spent several days of by the atochholdern. at the annual meeting. to 1..hln..t.. Is given as provided. by Iaw'
at peace. I be siimind in January, !I 7 Stark. (widow of C.I .
held tin .the Wedfiesdny to .1..0.
of it has the kick Wilkinson left Wednesday for Glen last week with relatives in Lake But- .
affairs Why some .
South are in control of their I In each year/ at such hours as the. by-law I A. Mixoni : l.ugirtila Fort Dejnaud.
and there is now who opposes.It Of a brown Missouri mule. St. Mary to visit their sister, Mrs. T. er. may prevrrltie. Until the organisation m.....- j I Florida (daughter of deceased) f Theo Uiw.
no one meet William Ing to be .held. nn the 15th "..1.r March i Virginia Avenue. '. .. Florida ( ?
it without wishing to T. Blackburn for few Cone of Lake Butler and d.u.h..t
To drink a days.
is absolutely senseless to reawakenthe Ju::l. ant, until flnir successors shall .b. qualified I of d..dl' Wm. Hryan and F.
passions that have been buried St. Peter, John I. Marr was a visitor to Bron- T. H. Rimes, Worthington, were I the, following shall lie the,, officer' and each of Hlmrke. Florida (claiming possession '
You're a gosh darn yappin fool. son Saturday and Jacksonville Sun business visitors here Saturday. directors and Hhall conduct' the hunlnesa of the 'I of lands nf deceued In fltarke. HradforsT.county
and is absolutely sense-
forgotten. It corporation r ,. r'Iorl..nd: to,each of them severally -
less to stir trouble between the ra day.G.. Dennis Argo was painfully but not. President L. A. Davis ;' a* } the parties having or
up satisfactory andit Some make it clear as crystal, H. Barker, of Meredith, on his seriously wounded -while out bird 1st Vice rr.-eW.-nl. N T flitch I claiming I any poaseealon. right, title or lot.,. .
ces. Conditions were 2nd Vice J. T. CJulgley.Secretary described,
President hereinafter or
the lamia
eat In or to
was unspeakable folly to do any- And you bet it is a treat. way to Jacksonville to visit his daugh' hunting with a friend last week. Mr. and Treasurer, J. .:. Futch.Directors any part Anna Mlxon aa administratrix
old When it comes to making moonshineOld tar Mrs. E. S. Carpenter, stopped off Argo's presence of mind In using his ... A. Davbi. N. T Rltch K.: 8. 'tl.u: sets?. of the said C. A.Mlxnn .

wounds.thing that would tend to reopen Bradford can't be beat. and spent the day with H. C. Wimberly hat to shield his face probably saved Matthews, J 'r. Qiilgley., K 8..'. Demorest.Article petition, In. writing nla In thla under aourt oath. J

Now of violence for and family Sunday. his eyesight. He was rushed to the The highest amount of Indebtedness of liability aa provided by law dull.vorlfa. and thereby
we have a wave to which I the. ..u.r..,...""" at any time order lie made by thl court
is for office of Dr. J. that an
there a spring Mrs. J. A. Starling left Jackson M. Mann for treatment. pray
In swamp
Ku Klux every Two and
which Col. Simmons says the .may subject Itself ahall lie Hundred empowering and authorising her an said ad.mlnlstralrlx .
Klan is not responsible and we take A-running all the time. ville Saturday to visit relatives for a Carelessness In the use of fire arms I Fifty Thousand Holla. ... I to take possession of certain well
But catr bet it's not Adam's ale- few days. has been responsible for many deaths Article 1.The estate a. asot of said' estate for the purpose'of \
him at his word so far as the intentions you name and reawlence of each of the auhacrlblng selling the name to pay/ the debla of laid 1.
!! old healthy shine. Messrs. James Godwin, Kyle Can and untold suffering. this
of the organization were concerned It's goo Incorporate. of corporation to which snld real estate In said
-- non and Jack Osteen of Ma"ville. attended Mr. and Mm. .U: E. Parrish, Miss .th..I.h the number of nhaiwa of the capital o.o.nt.. deeerlbed aa follow p
But the formation of an or- ntock subscribed. for by such of them severally tl..n.1 .
.... and North of Lot
of LONG BRIDGE a Masonic meeting here Friday Gertrude Parrish and Robert Parrish follow t 1'w. n.1 .
ganization taking the name one Three In Block Three In Davla Trukr'n
and night.G. visited relatives in Brooker Sunday. ... A. riavls. rttarke. Fin. SO share addition to the Town of Stark. Florida,
which wall organized for violence N. T. Klush., "'..rk.. PI 1.., R share. .
28.-Long Bridge: Parker of Nelson Dekle and Cecil Gaskins shown by th. map or of said aub-dlvl-
Bridge Jan. W. Gainesville spent ,1.1
Long : I
which disbanded when violence was J. T. Oulrley. Mtarke, Fla. lon recorded In the record of said,
school opened Monday with Miss Janie Sunday here with his family. were guests of Oren and Kirke Dekle .1. p:. I 1"utA'h. Rtarke' Fin. Bradford County, Florida. which lands aresituated
no longer needed furnishes an objectof Williams principal and Miss Ruby be glad: to learn that she is doinanire' Saturday.Rev. R. 8 M.tth,...., Blarke. Fla, 2 .h..j. In Hlarke, llradford ounty, Florida.
and cowards who are not I.. C. Powell, rltarke. FIs. S .
suspicion In .
It la further npreaented
single }Edwards': as assistant. be glad to lear nthat she is doing nice Miller of Miller, was showing K F'. emorest.. .. .., t share that the .10.; to petition*aldestate
I Ir.
manly enough to face a man G. W. Sapp- was a business visitorto ly after an operation at Starke and his friends here a curious freak of W T. Weeks, Htarke, Fla.. S sharea.: la ,..n.1. p.prtl1.n"ln.t Indll'.on.
handed write him notes threatening I. A. I AVIS.W. .
Lake Butler Wednesday.S. expects to .return home at an early nature Friday It was a potato which T. HITCH. of saId estate and It la neceasary .
have IndebtedOl -
his life and in cases men I realeetato In order to pay
some .10
C. Crews was attending to business date. had grown into the shape of a coiled j. T. innoi.KY: .10
been homes and brutally i. F. FMTCIf.
taken from their they do not in Lake Butler Monday.W. I Gilbert Barker made a business tripto nake, and apparently ready to strike. Jo:. Fl MATTIIKWU Os's.Now, .1 and each of 1/01 Intereat.sI s.r.ltfurs ..
treated. Possibly business visitor Morrison 'Tues Mr. Miller had painted the curio in I.. <1. IVIWE1.U I nam.d .1 other pem.ns
sign Ku Klux warnings: but there wai T. Turner was a Monday, returning "IIOHT. F fiPMORF.ST.w. : I I In Ih. ..10 0. any part ...,..
realistic hi
Lake Butler Monday. colors. I I 1..1 .re 10 appear .
kind until this order to day.Miss T. \VF1E no violence of this \ Reddish Marcus Julian Dekle shop- ,, .n".I..n.d County Julge. or his .0...
c it prevailsto Prayer meeting wo*, held at the Eldredge spent .the and were ..t.r 'I I" i, In 0"1.. 01 Itradfutsi C.n'. Florists. a'

was founded and makes pow life in Jacksonville home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Crews and weekend with relatives at Lawtoy. ping in Dukes Monday.E. C.un'r..r: Hfiliesred Hradford.Personally Intfore., ..... L. A. fHivlN. II II courthoug. In Stark.. I1sdford Coun'r. rlor.i'lL

an extent that well attended. J. I. Marr was a visitor to Lawtey B. Andreu Sr., of Brooker was N. T Hitch. J. T (./,,, ,, ..,.. J. K.: "..toh. K.M. ,', at 10 o..I.k a. m. on t' Bd 01"101
as unsafe as it was in the old Matthews. I.. C. Howell, 'It. K Demorestand : ?mbru.ry. . 1511. 1. . i any
business viBitorto Thursday and Friday. R business visitor here Monday. .
frontier towns. If the authorities are S. C. Crews was a W. T. Week, who .... well known to "' you or e'h..I Ol you ).av., why ,10
Lake Butler Saturday.P. Mrs. J. C. Gainey was the guest of to lie the. Individuate described" In and who petition be granted.
trying to do anything it is not known. business visitorto LAWTEY Mrs. Murphy Friday. subscribed" and enecuted the foregoing char.tar I wit,,,.* the Honorable tieo. A. Gardiner.County .
B. Crews was a of llrs.lford County Florida
men who each severally acknowledged. to and i
However the and
innocent be Raiford Saturday.E. Mrs. B. L. Duke and children were .before .... that he subscribed. and .... under the seal I of .. court. the December

formed the Ku Klux Klan for may these A. Sapp was a business visitor Lawtey, Jan. .-Mayor W. E. To- guests of Mrs. P. P. Dekle Saturday.B. the same for the) uea and purpose ....u..1 j I I 11"h. 1920, .t .., ., Florida.GF.O.. A. GARDINER.

they are furnishing a refuge rode business In L. Duke in Lke ..ispn..a.dIN .
old Ku Klux to Lake Butler Friday. was transacting was shopping WITNFHS' WHFREOF I have hereunto .un. Judg for 1..dtor County, Florida.
miscreant just as the similar George Rivers was a business vial Jacksonville! Wednesday. Butler Saturday. set my hand and official seal at marks, Floy ( ,, .Seal l) "0
Klan furnished a refuge a


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1. :, I DAIRYING they .were' able to trap. With them H. L. Sprinkle was a guest of Mr;' their home. Lake Butler regrets to McKinney, Ingram, Edna, Georgia and

i' Bradford' County Telegraph! ] when found was a child, which in spite and Mrs. W. C. Townsend Saturday. lose this estimable family. \:; Kate Epperson, Marshall Proctor, I
. Mr.. Collins has accepted the position Joe Andrews, of Starke, motored
The in several counties of of the cold was entirely Without cloth Mrs. II. S. Long, of Five Mile was afternoon.
j '!, ing. Parsons told the sheriff that he a guest of her sister, Dr. J. M. Mann of operator at the Coast Line.. here Monday
Published weekly and entered aa : the elate', becoming alive to the profitsof caught his wife in a steel trap many 'last Friday. railroad. ;:r Mr. and Mrs. W.),J. Epperson and

! second! class matter, at the post dairying, are forming: associations years ago.Authorities. 1 Mr and Mrs. Harris Tomlinson mo- :Marcus Dekle of Five Mile, was a charming daughter, Missy E"a. of 1.
I I and buying Jersey and Holstein cows visitor to Lake Butler Sunday. Starke, motored to Lake Butler Monday
; office at Starke, Florida. : Those who have been in the business today were conducting 'tored to Starke Sunday and were accompanied ',. -
I inquiries in an' effort to ascertain I home by Mrs. E. R. PoppeD C. A. Savage returned from Ala- afternoon. I.
t ; ; '1 a year or more are fco well satisfied had children. chua where he spent. several days I I I Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Drawdy of
j jt whether the two-year-old child and
E. R. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner i I with the profits that they are buying been kidnapped. : I Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. McGill are with Mr. McNeil. Five Mile, were shopping in Lake Butler I

j i more cows. Miss Frier visited In Jacksonville Saturday ._ 1.1.i .
I Parsons in good physical condition located at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
:: Mr. Joe Jones, I Milk, butter, cheese never go beg- I Monday evening. Misses Trumie and Jonnie Rivers
calls Seeber i
't Anyone who II The health education' despite his age and the hardships of King. 1
; of Merrimac, in Alabama, a "bone1' j I' ging for a advocates more milk, and his life, tojld county authorities he was I I The W. M. U. met at the Baptist Mark Tomltesoh! of Johnstown, was i and brother, J. D., were"guests of Mr. \
If injustice. His A. C. Strick- trading in Lake Butler Saturday. and Mrs. C. F. Rlvers'"Sunday.
1 head, does him an I would be used If it could be had. in possession of homestead rights to church Wednesday, Mrs. _
"bean" is made of sterner stuff.'Late-{I The more of .lee cream is also extend- property adjoining the tumble down land, presiding. Toma Sella motored to Johnstown A fishing party composed of Dr. and
J use
' ly he was kicked on the head by a I I{i ing. As a proof of a demand for cabin which had been the home of the I The O. E. S. met in regular sesssion Monday.One i i Mrs. Seeber King, Mrs. .Dormany,
I( while he didn't mind it child he declined event in : Miss Esther King, Dr. W. H. Lee
mule, and milk, the city of Miami, unable to get couple for years. The. Tuesday afternoon in the Masonic of the most pleasant ; and
i' ';. much, the mule broke his leg in two : a sufficient supply by any other means to discuss. Lake Butler was given at the home of i CoL Joe Hill Williams spent several

j places by the effort. The mule had ; has brought about the procuring ofa The woman he said he captured in hall.Mr.. and Mrs. T. A. Carter, of John- Mr. and .Mrs. G. A. Epperson Monday days. at Lake Geneva this week.

: to be shot as useless while Mr. Jones daily fresh supply from far off Indianapolis a bear trap 23 years ago and made stown, motored to Lake Butler. Saturday afternoon from,4 to 6, when Mrs. Ep- ,I Mrs. Dormany and Miss Esther

J is dickering for,a tractor.? Mules are shipped refrigerator her his wife. Although incoherent in afternoon. person and daughters entertained in King' of Fitzgerald, Ga., are visiting I

'i too fragile for him. cars. This, makes the milk costly, of her statements, the woman elated she Marvin Dugger, of Johnstown, was honor of Miss Eva Epperson, whose 11l.1atlves; in Lake Butler this week

: course, but there are contingencies thought she was about 50 years old trading ii town Saturday. marriage was an event of Wednesday, !1 Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines entertained

It is hard to make outsider believe when milk must be had at any cost and remembered having been in a Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle and Son, Henry at a miscellaneous shower. The decorations as (heir supper guests Monday

p',. that Florida Is not full of snakes and and no other food products can be .a fight with s wild cat some time ago. I accompanied by Miss Blank was a were beautiful, green and i Mrs. Dormany and Miss Esther King,

alligators. Last summer they read of substitute for it. One of her eyes was put out and her week-end guest of Mrs. W. C. Town- white being the color scheme. The Dr. and Mrs. Seeber King

I: a scavenger being chased by an alligator I This section of the state is pecul- body badly scarred. I plumosa fern and white' carnationswere i j Perbeth Williams delightfully n.
j hyacinths out of a I II When found the man's clothes were send.A. used. !1 turtained the,Sunbeam band last Frl-
i while raking iarly well suited for dairying. TheI C. Odom, Sr., of St. Petersburg, ;
through the city in tatters, the woman wore but a sin Each guest was met by the hostessand '!day afternoon at her home on' Lake
water course running I I fresh wiregrass in the early summer has been the guest of his brother,
i I ; of Jacksonville, then that an auto 1stI is the. most nutritious of all grasses, gle torn garment and the child, a girl, Perry Odom" for several days. escorted to the punch bowl where I street. Many games were played, after -
through Marion county had was naked. The child was apparentlyin Miss Georgia Epperson presided in which delicious sandwiches and
traveling later there could be pastures of crabgrass Macclenny basket ball team play- I
I a tire punctured by the bite of a rat and Bermuda. No trouble at splendid health and seemed to have ed Lake Butler Saturday afternoon, her graceful manner. After pleasant candy was served.

I tlesnake. Later that a bald eagle attacked all to grow millet, sorghum or Japanese been well fed. the resulting score being 83 to 3 in social conversation each guest was _
children on the streets of Tam cane for green feed, then we Parsons was' aided in his primitive favor of Macclenny. asked to write a wish for Miss Eva. COMMISSIONERS' SALE!:
motif farming by a blind' horse which he Willie Mae Johnston the read- Notice Ii hrn>br given that under and IT
pa. And if the wild and wooly have the field pastures after the, The moving: pictures: were at the gave virtue of a deem of the Circuit Court of 1,
was not sufficiently exepresmve'from crops have been gathered, then velvet said he captured. schoolhouse Monday evening.The ings. The, bride-elect sat under a Florida, in and for the county: of Bradford ,
Gainesville Overshadowing the interesting In- white parasol and was showered with dated on the"S2nd! dar of January 1921. In a '
named the
+ the instances beans and green oats or rye, .entertainment given by the boys certain matter pending. therein wherein }
ft-, Sun declarcs-that very few of the Inhabitants rape, supplemented' with crabgrass vestigation as to how Albert Parsons,. from the industrial school at Macon, many beautiful and useful gifts from N. Clyatt Salll Markham and Charles Emma V.' I'

of its city know where they and peavine hay until there again' the "wild man of the Leaf river bottoms Ga., was a success. her friends in Lake Butler. She was Clyatt. minor by: Emma N.. Clyatt. tita iruard. "

live. Florida is not yet out of the wiregrass. 'Corn, potatoes, rutabagas, ," and his 60-( ar-old woman A. E. Proctor visited in Jackson- assisted in opening each gift by Miss.I I Ian Walter and Oscar next Clyatt.friend minor Basel, Clyatt and D.Muon C. Clyatt and,, r.

woods. etc., for more substantial rations, companion, managed to exist duringthe ville Tuesday evening. Edna Epperson. A delicious salad I minor by Hatel Clyatt Muuin. their. next

can easily be grown. If enough of years past almost as primeval Miss, Lucile Varnes spent Saturday course was served by Misses Kate Ep I Clyatt friend ia are defendant.complalnanta authorial, and,,Emma the undertirned Theo

far as cows are kept to warrant a silo, there 'people] was the continuance tonightof I and Sunday at Johnstown with rela- person, Carrie Belle Brown and Willie aa enmmI..ionerr. to aell the following
We believe preparedness no efforts 1 y the authorities to ascertain Mae Johnston. Each guest departing I ilvacrlbed property aituaU In Bradford. coun
trouble about
will be feed during
invitingwar no tives. ty Florida, tpwlttThe .
concerned is simply
war the best prepared the winter. the identity of the twoyearoldbaby Mrsf J. F. Townsend and mother, after extending best wishes to the I I Southeast Quarter gf Bouthweat Quarter
Germany was girl found'with the couple. Coun- bride-elect. I And fiouthwettt Quarter of finuthcant Quarter
in Gaines
I' nation in the world a few :years agoand Many associate dairying with getting frank believe Mrs. Lowery, spent Monday and South Half of Southeast Quarter of South.
as a result brought on a world up in the middle of the night to ty officials are Jo say- they Those present were Mes-Jmes W. I i I eat Quarter all In Section 86, in .Townnhlp

r war. The United States was the worst milk, then working like fighting fire she was kidnapped. ville.Mrs.. Ixjweery, of Tennessee, is the J. Epperson, J. I). Padgett: 1'.111. Pad : Quarter B South and Renee the East 17 Emit Half: of aka' Northwest the Northeast.
of will AH quarter
Neither the two j
prepared nation and came out of the to get the milk to the customers. say. guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. F. gett: H. F. Priester, H. N. Stanto.n.1 of Section 1. Townahlp 6 South Range. 17
than other Those who be induced to start have been, taken to the' Jones county Townsend.) I.. A. Duncan, L. E. Parrish, DeWitt ,, East containing In all 840 acres, more or IrM.we .
conflict in better shape any may wllPin
t. Ellisville. '' Bradford County: Florida, offer for
{ ; "nation participating In'tbe war. I IJ dairying here could sell their entire poorhouse Miss Norma\ Dekle spent the week T. McGill, M. Riherd, W. C. Arm- aale and sell the laid property.: In front of
and it output in Jacksonville or Tampa and The physical condition of the babe, end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. strong, D. W. Borum, J. M. Mann | the courthouse door during. the legal hour
Give small boy a new gun; 1
a who stares with wide at unaccus of sale, on Monday, the 7th diry of Blareh.
J won't be long before he tried it on' several farmers uniting/ could get eyes animal P. Dekle, of Five Mile. Seeber King, A. J. Dekle, Belle Dowl- j 1021. to the highest and best bidder for ...h.
t something, if nothing more' than thenelpJbor's rates and accommodations from the tomed sights and shrinks as an D. W. Borum spent Sunday with ing H. K. Roberts'F. A. Wise, W. '' aid sale being. for the purixiae of partitionof
railway companies. The milk wouldbe might from the kindly hands of well his family. M. Johnston, J. L. Smith, A. C. Strick- said lands.
I + : cat. Give a nation a wonderfully This January 25. 1921.L. .
led authori-
r perfect war machine and It welcome in the big cities at any meaning persons, has the W. Townsend i lias been ill at his land, 'G. A. Epperson, j. E. Maines, F. FRALICK.
ties to believe she has not been with friends Tommie Hewitt J. D. Mrs. G.Colemat1Misses 8. S, SUMMFRS.
;' vdI will be itching to try it on somethingand time of the day. As we have before her '"guardians" long home for several days. Ills Major, W. O. BROOKS
baa railway strange very ; wish for him speedy Eva Epperson, Mae
find some excuse for declaring remarked, Bradford better a recovery. l86t3 Commissioner!.
nourished and
facilities than Plump, apparently well Mr. Howard of Ludiwict, Ga., was
Wauchula any-other county,
war on some -
{; Advocate.Is no part of it being far from a station. active, the little one does not seem the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. M. !
... to have undergone any of the hard-
Why not, then take-advantage of this Mann, Friday. ,
which have those in
ships scarred
privilege, and the nearness to markets Mrs, C. H. Register returned Fri-
the United States government whose company she was found in the South Carolina af-
and Inaugurate: an industry that day evening from ,
l not above lining clap-trap advt'rtille-I will be profitable and pleasant and woods near the village of Lux. High ter spending several months with her
meets when"It wants soldiers and sail water drove them from their accustomed -
at the same time put farming on a sister.
ors.T The placards urging young men solid basis. haunts nearer'the river. Misses Alberta and Lola Bielling Advance b

1'r ; to enlist in the army and navy hold Parsons tdnlght: still insisted he spent the week-end with their parents -
If. out more glorious: inducements than The darlyman is the..only farmer "caught his wife" in a bear trap 23 Providence.
who docs not sell the strength of his at
can well be fulfilled. Just before and years ago. Through: primitive farm-
Misses Omie and Lula Scarborough
land for milk not rob the FEBRUARY
products do
during the late war all sorts of prom- ing, gathering of wild fruits and trapping i Laurel and Zenith Armstrong spent
soil. To the the fertilizer he
Taos were made [n order to gain heavy contrary, of game, the pair, according to I the week end in Starke guests' of
receives from his home will
s.- enlistments, some of which, it seems, kept cows Parsons' s.tory, have managed: to c- Misses Mona and Blanche Alderman.
were only enticing baits to the young build up commercial his land year after year, 1st and keep healthy. A ramshackle The executive committee of the local Brunswick RecordsON

men. The.promisee of caring; for disabled making manures unneces- cabin was their hdtne and the few Red Cross chapter' will be composed -
' : whoa sary or almost so. Thus the longerhe times he ventured within ofthe, a
; soldiers ant to give those sight of each officer, together with I
is in business, the easier for him
wanted it vocational training have regular inhabitants, the port was TO-DAY
to the feeds required by his herd Mrs. H. N.'Stanton and 'Mrs.- W. M. SALE
' -been'only partially kept, and although grow Rent out that the "wild man"had ap- Johnston -
The increase
{ ', there are bureaus created for the 011- from hie vows is clear peared. Little credence was placed on Mrs. J. E. Harper was called to the

} nRlble'purpose of assisting the* ex- Surely, the dairy proposition the stories of the "wild 'man's" appearance bedside of her brother, Mr. Bennett, 206)) J Broadway Rose Tenor Solo Billy Jones
Jr. ,soldiers it looks if their real .worth but the and woods
aa purpose swamps of Tampa, Monday, who is suffering 85c 1 Something Malm Quartet The Harmonizera
was to afford remunerative sinecures where he was said to have been seen from blood poison.

, to favorites. After In vain applying According to Noah Webster's blue- were shunned by most of the residentsof Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appoint-

y to the bureaus and being refer- backed spelling book, old dog Tray that section. mAt at Antioch Saturday and Sun- 2063 Feather Your Nest AmphSon Quartet

red from one to another, or gettingno was a good old flog, but he got among Parsons, the authorities assert, is { Ma If Quarts

answer at all, the applicants inmost bad; company and was, therefore, at mentally defective, while the woman : day.Rev.. Armstrong spent Saturdayand 85c All She'd Say Waa "Umh Hum!" 1

Y Ilr canes give up the thing in dia- tacked with sticks and stones, just like !is less able to talk or reason than hef I Sunday at Blanks.R. Billy Jon.i and Ernest liar
gust The American Legion has now the others. The newly formed Ku
companion. I M. Price, of Jacksonville, motored
taken up this matter and will not rest Klux Klan may be a very exemplary "My eye was scratched out by a I to Lake Butler and la the guest of 2064 1 f June FomTrot Gene.,Rodemich'e Orciestre. ii

before the bureaus be remodeled to order, but ft made the mistake of wild cat," the woman said. "I had a I Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Floyd. 85c I Treasure Isle Gene Rodemich'a t

. t what they were intended for. Adopting a name that lays it liable touspiclon. fight with (one once." Other efforts Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Howard, 'of v FOM Trot Orchestra ., ,

Unscrupulous persons out to make her tell of herself were un- Dukes, motored to Lake Butler Sat- i

OH, MAMMA! side of the order, who want to settle availing. With one eye missing, her urday. son Ole Uncle Moon Criterion Quartet \
,I private grievances with safety to many! scars, unkempt hair and occasional Miss Edna Epperson spent the weekend { Mai Q..ert.t 4

The boss of the bureau of biological themselves, have done so, making the lapses into lunacy gave her an with Miss Eva Epperson, of I 1.00 Lucky Jim Criterion Quartet \

f; survey, Washington, Is lying awake victims believe that the deeds were appearance which caused officials at Starke.

'fi't t1 at nights, inventing ways to keep his perpetrated by the Ku Klux. It was the poorhouse to redouble their effortsto Brody Markee, of Jacksonville, '

'1'I" numerous staff' busy and. Incidentally, easy enough to spread this belief, and find how she came to be in posses spent the week-end with relatives. -)t"J| My Old Kentucky Soprano Home Sola Marie Tiffany J.

.u, to spend his appropriation. ,Short the head of the order is under the net sion of the baby girl. Mrs. Sarah Douglass and Mrs.

1, jobs are not to his taste; he wants cessity of advertising a reward for information Parsons, who said he was 72 years Croft attended church at Swift Creek 1.001 Sweet" Genevieve Tuner 0..., -

,tr-I to give them employment to last for about crimes perpetrated old, and looked more, declared he was Sunday. / Chaa.. Harrison and John Young ''
from bothered Inthe name of the,clan. The trouble within his rights as a homesteader \Mrs. '
b4 .some time, to keep. being on J. E* Maine visited Mrs. T. e R
r, *." has just begun and the order will' be theproperty where he found. I Rose of '
so often. was N. Andrews, of Jacksonville, one day 5038 I Araby Iiham Jon.. Dance Orchestra t'"
tr H Some time he was inspired with put to much trouble and expense to Parsons his beard long, stragglingand last week. {I FomTrot l 4'
one of those brilliant thoughts that clear its skirts of, we hope, wrongful I white, wore two pairs of trousers I Mr. !and Mrs. Collins left Sunday 1.00 ( Lovin' Lady Isham Jones'Dance Orchestra !) j'''

,.only come to geniuses. Eureka!t. he accusations. But then, those who II when found nothing else. The woman I for Lake Lodge where:. they will\ make I Fax Trot V;
play with fire must expect to have had I Jy
cried. lIe sent all of his young men their I an old house dress, torn and tat- 10025 f ',

l who were playing checkers to pass fingers- burned. I tered.When taken Parsons was I'I RaaaaaaDaaa.a I 1.00 -j Kerr.: Dance Soprano Dorothy Jardon / i:
the time to the duck
shooting" grounds !
THE RAILROADS' LITTLE GAME blind horse which capture'i mmg
J. to find out- liat? Don't smile- he said he flats

what the government does is always in rather crude efforts to plow a patch I- 13014 f I Love You Truly Irene Pavloaka 1 fI i t'

1! ,I i right: -he sent them to, find out how Some time ago the railways were of sedge. I, I 1.25i Soprano Solo f'':
,' granted increases in carrying rates Apparently willing to care for the Indigestion [
: many wild ducks suffer and die from g Long, Long Ago Irene Pavloaka5oprano
( lead poisoning. It's like this, you nee: because of the heavy operating expenses I couple and accept with reservations 1 1I Solo M1
and abnormal cost of materials. i their statements as to how they lived H I /
.. For tvery 00,000 shot or no, aimed at I I Many persons otherwise El
ducks about Since then iron, lumber, coal and' oils I, and how they came to adopt the wild ,LSI Kathleen
only one takes effect and vigorous and health, are Q: 13016 f Mavourneen Theo Karl
I have life the
fallen authorities
.' the other 40,999 sliik, ,to ,the bottom. greatly: in price; s the tonight expressed I |a bothered occasionally Tmnor Solo
with 1.251
I railways knew they would do, as theyto themselves as principally Interestedin : CI'| I
Where the water I If shallow the fool [ Killarney
Indigestion. The '.nor Solo. Theo Karle ,
locating the a effects of a Hra '
ducks stick their bills into the bottom a great extent controlled the prices parents or other relatives I
and with the mud thay swallow may of these commodities. They also of the baby girl. That they disordered stomach on the m*. .

be one or two shot, which may cause knew that they had a great many should be the parents! of the child wm i' .J2.3 system are dangerous, and iooII Brunswick Record play on YOUR phonographUse

tummy ache and lead poisoning-who more employee than were necessary.Of considered' highly: Improbable. prompt treatment of Indices- E3 \
knows? I, late every large railway system O tlon is Important. "The only 1:1| steel or fibre needles

has "laid off" thousands of men and LAKE BUTLER I H medicine I have needed has
? A petulant oM! Greek once Mild: "Of been a'''
something to aid dlges-
thousands will be discharged JJJ
making many books there is no end, many more CJ tlon and cle Itbe liver," JiJ
'" and much study is a weariness of the in the near future. 4 Lake Butler, Jan. 28.-Miss Liza I rg writes Mr. Fred' Aubby a em! Consumer Lumber Co. r
flesh.) Thin opinion is very applica In view of this great decrease In Dukes, of Dukes, was a guest!'r 2" Mch:: imney, Texas rarmElr. 3

I' ble to the bulletin reporting the findings expenditures, are the railways still sinter, Mrs. Sarah Douglaesa, Satur 13 "My medicine lan Jj a '
entitled to the high freight. and ., Starke T"la.ff
; of the investigators.: will I passenger day. t
i probably bo followed by another suggesting rates they are enjoying It I. --1 Thedford's'
: remedies for this imaginary I looks now as if the whole matter of a

ha.lnthe: government ra se'the rates I
evil. reihnps it will\ be mrggeatcd: I'
i, '" that duck shot bo contet! with some I|: was only another game to defraud the I II

substance! that will counteract lend I gullible nod defenseless puUic. I 2Jr \ I DLACIORAUGJlTa { r"
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poisoning or that ducks shall not be I Ito' I -
WWILI1-MAN .. H'.1.1'j ;
hunted except over deep water where REPORTS OF A \ i .. .7 .n- ;

; I' the shot will sink out of their, reach. I i BEEN SET'AT REST : for trouble 1n41g of< I : any I have
Tho country owes much to the bureau --- I i .... never found anything that a''
of biolo i<'alllul'vy. but i it must ,>, Remarkable Couple With Baby Driven ; : U: teudiM the spot, like Black. PI 1
be admitted that come of its bulletins |I From Mississippi Swamps i .J- Z Draught I take It In broken 55 ,

are not worth tho expensive paper I A NERVOUS VO1V! ,AN i M dons after rotnU. For a long S3 t't1
printed Laurel Miss Jan. 22. Driven time I tried rills which _._
they are on. Soon we will Huntersvllle. W. Va.-"After I got gripn --
perhaps heat. of the bureau investigating from his cabin in the swamps along over the Induenm last spring I was I mi MM ed and didn't give the coed I i 1 I.-.- -
rhow many emits become sick from Leaf river by high water, Albert Parsons :i all run down and suffered from tune I' results. BUck-Urtught liver 13 'I
:eating over-ripe catnip. Yet the bUI-1 an aged white man and a worn. I Ian tlonul disturbances. I nub M to medicine keep. tnezpcnslT Is easy t* take, easy a'I >

letin' in question may nerve a uH who says she is his wife, were bearing pains and was so '\uiis I Ella GENERAL INSURANCE .
purpOH*. Munchauaen claimed that a brought to Laurel today and placed felt! as If I would go to pleios. My g Ot a packag from yourdruggist j

,duck, has only one cntrail, which Is In the county poorhouso. The finding I; breath was so short that 1 t .mlJ not J todtr-AsIc for an* a I HAROLD C.

'very short and straight, and smooth of Parsons is believed to set at rest i walk up bill at all or hardly walk up.. Insist upon Tbedlora's ., O I WALL

,'(that only very rough Riibatanres could the reports of a wild man; current for i stairs. Having used I>r. rtere"'s Fanorlt genuine. .
Prescription with
rood: results
'''find ]lodgment round smooth shot years, said to be living in this sec- j, when I cam Into womanhood I decided i Sonly t it today,' STARKE .FLORIDA' .-
certainly could not. This assertionthe I tion. i | totry, ,It,acaln. "I have taken .
bureau of biological survey has Parsons says he and hit wife-Jived three bottles and am feeling flue.1*- EM HUB FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, ''AUTOMOBILE

knocked; into a cocked hat. on wild roots, berries and animals URS. NELUK: J. BUSCH.i HHbanBaaaiatta: .




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1 I is very large, tho plants vigorous and r crepe paper and cut flower where -

the weather so far has been very fav- ,j Midi Georgia Epperson in her attrac- .
orable. tive presided" at the bowl.
way, punch
rBits of LocalInformation I While at the opposite end of the

Frank Lloyd, Mr. Lyons and Miss "veranda in front of a bank of fern Now the Best
Lyons, of Nova Scotia, are keeping was the bride, seated in a chair over is

house at the Edgar Thomas place, in which hung; a parasol, the chair and

the northern part of town. This par- j 1 parasol being: elaborately decorated in

ty was here a number of years ago, I white crepe" paper, fern and white car
L'w..MMOw l.qf..M.a wl I and have returned to spend the win nations. Time To Buy

NJ II ,.."M. *...*. Cummer awf T.r+e. V ter. I After the guests/ arrived Mrs. A.

C. Strickland rendered two beautiful

",- ." : 'Mrs. D. M.: Gornto and daughter, piano solos, after which little Miss f y
Mrs F. L. Jones, of Jacksonville came Willie Mae Johnson in her graceful
Miss Doris Scott spent Tuesday in Is spending the week with Misses Eth- down Tuesday to attend the Anderson- manner, recited "Me and Bert and You cannot if buy Shoes
Jacksonville.A el Griffin, Vivirette Floyd and other I Epperson marriage. Mrs. Gornto and Minnie Bell," also "Take a Tater and wrong you #

j friends. I Mrs Jones are the guests of Mr. and wait. Then each cuent was askedto Clothing-and Men Furnishings now especially

few doses GG6 break a ,cold. Mrs. W. J. Epperson. write either a wish or advice to if you take advantage of >
, Col. and Mrs A. S. Crews had as I the bride. This created much merriment

Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent visitors last week Mrs L. E. Roberts :I CG6 breaks a old quicker than any spot cash prices. The market on these .

!' Thursday in Jacksonville. and son, of Jacksonville, and Mr and remedy we know 2.11 Miss Edna Epperson, in'a most commodities is showing a tendency to
t Mrs J.' B. Crow of Mo.
charming assisted the bride
a 'I I I manner,
, Visit Peoples Grocery They have J. W. Edwards has bought the lumber during the afternoon and at the .appointed advance on account of the closing down ;
I fine groceries. Mrs. L. C. Prescott left last week
? for and brick of the former City Hotel hour gave a reading "ShowerFor of factories and the consequent reduct-
Homestead, where she will spend "
All. and she finished the ribbons
D. E. Knight was a professional visitor several weeks with her daughter, Mrs.I I down on the North ruins Walnut and is street salvaging, has torn the holding as the gifts were untied, ion in reserve stocks. If this reduction

to Gainesville Tuesday I H. C. Loinlin. causing them to shower down the
uninjured materials and cleaning up on continues a sharp advance in prices may

'? Meat and lard 'at the right priceYou'll Mrs. W. J. Grant of Jackso'vllle, the place. Mr. W. N. Murdaugh, the parasol over the bride., a be expected soon.
owner of the property, Is not expectedto Many beautiful and useful gifts of
" say so when you price us. came Wednesday afternoon to visit
rebuild. cut glass, silver, linen, lingerie'and
her parents, Dr. and Mrs: J; O. aluminum We the
were received. Mrs. Ep carry only best in these lines
lion A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, Haynes. '
alII lilted by Misses\ Kathryne
Little James Richard-iValnwrlght,
and invite
was transacting business in Starke
your patronage on a -
1 guarantee
Epperson Carrie Belle Brown and y
son of Mr. and< Mrs. N. D. Wainwright
Friday There will be no preaching at the
Methodist church next Sunday even j had the misfortune to fall and break Willie M"e Johnson served a delicious of the highest quality at the lowest

Mrs. Cora Sanders, of Jacksonville, ing, on account of a union meeting at his right leg, below the knee, Sunday salad course. prices.

was a week-end, guest of the Misses the Presbyterian church, in honor of morning. The school mates and many Those present" were Meodames II. F.Prlcster. .
Baisden. their new minister, Mr. Lander. I friends of this Jittle gentleman are J. 1). Padgett, 11. K. Roberts I f

.. M __HM w_ b very sorry to hear of this serious accident -I John Dowling, H. Adkins, A. J. '
Co. and trust he will make a rapid I Dekle, Seeber King, J. E. Maines, D.
People's Grocery at
pur- I want a can of Grade 'A" coffee.You'll M. Alvarez
T. McGill C. Iiewlit /
D. T.
chased 150 bags seed Irish potatoes recovery.L. Hewitt M.. :
See them for your wants at once. find it at People's Grocery. J. Xi. Smith, Geo. Coleman, O. K.
V. Moore spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Armstrong, J. Major, I). W. Borum,
Miss Edna Epperson, of Lake Butler W. M. Johnston H. N. Stanton B. D.
representing the Farmers Un- ,
Arthur Williams is
making repairs and Miss\ Violet of Pa- Starke FloridaBeautiful
and extensions to his property on latka ion as buying agent for Irish potato Harrcll, I'; M. Padgett, Wise, L. A. ,
North Walnut street. Eva were week-end guests of Miss seed and fertilizer. The members of Duncan, L. E. Parrish, T. M. Riherd, al jt

Epperson. this organization! plan a campaign to Mann A. C. Strickland W. J. Epper ..

Mr. and Mrs Elbert II. Smith motored Saturday--- Jan.- 29th- there- will be a save money on the larger items they son, mother of the bride; Misses Mary l U::= --- =.J 1 l
Ingram Jessie Wilson Marshall Proctor
use by co-operative buying. More of ,
to Jacksonville Saturday, re sale at D. C. Jones store, of merchandise -
Mae Ada
turning home Sunday. the farmers should take advantage of McKinney, Register,
given by Jacksonville and Starke
the benefit to be had from this growing Kathryne Harrison, Eva Epperson,
merchants. Also handkerchiefs donated Willie Mae Johnston Carrie Belle
organization. .
Mrs. Thomas Oliver and children,
by the ladies. The proceeds to Brown. .
of Sylvania, Ga., are visiting her be used for the Club house A ,
mother, Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick. W. M. Wainwright, one of Starke's '
well known young men, has accepteda Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days i
The dogs of the town have been the
position with the Turner-FudgerCompany DrumtlHH refund If PAZ OINTMENT fat"!.
606 quickly" relieves a cold. money
object of attention from the authori- ,
wholesale confectioners of tocur. heingtilled. 3!< tditt ties during the week. Some of them Ilea aanr. n n 'vc.. lirhmil t'Iki uml )"U ern'r' .
Jacksonville lie is a member of the r' tif t Hivll.'i'linn.' j' ..
Mr and Mrs. H. A. Bishop motoredto have been muzzled, others have gone -
office force and is in training to take
Green Cove Springs Friday to visit .
to: the happy hunting grounds, sent
her Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt. the management of a branch house to Line
parents, there by Chief Kite's double barrel. '
established t by the firm.

Mrs. W. E. Middleton went to Jacksonville Mrs. Emma Richard has returned I ]
Hon. G. W, A1rl'nnan.elerk of thecircuit .
Thursday to visit relatives, home after a visit with her son, H. C. I k rENT-A-WORD ,
I court, has bought the Francis
returning home Friday morning. ; i
Richard, of Palatka, and her brother, ( '/
residence on Walnut street. Mr. Alderman 'I, 1
X A. Buddington, of Green Cove i 1
Oldham was occupying the place on a
Thos. E. a hustling young Springs.
business man of Graham, was in town I, rental basis, but property got to Pf lr
changing hands so rapidly in Starke
Wednesday. -Dress making. Apply at
Don't forget to call on L. A. Dun
that ho thought it best to make his E. M. Thomas' residence cast '
Co. Lake Butler for nice ,
can your f''
Mrs. Lalla Chace has lately had the Florida peanut seed, price 95c perM&hel tenancy permanent by purchase. Starke. It* .

fencing of her properties on Call and of 25 pounds. 1-28-41. -
Madison streets overhauled. I On account of the serious illness of FOR SALE-A good heavy farm
Mr. O. J. Griffin, a number of his rela- SPRING
If you want to buy hay, Corn, Oats, horse. II. L. Stevenson, Starke, Fla ?
tives have been here to see him. Mr. l-7-4t
Marcus Brown and J. Adkins of
C. Shorts Sweet Feeds etc. to
Gainesville, spent Tuesday and Wed- at They'llma15e and Mrs. W. J. Griffin/ \ of Jacksonville, .. ,
Peoples Grocery Depot.
nesday bird hunting. are upending the week; Mr. and Mrs. 'FOR RENT-Farm land. Also single ij ija '
a . thc.price right. ( I W.. H. Griffin of. Hampton; 'Mr., and II wagon for sale See Mrs. M. 4'a t'

Mrs. C.M. McKinney and Mrs. Alvin I :A., Baisden, Starke. l-21-2t
Savannah Mrs. E. S. Mat .hews was a guestof McKinney, of Graham; Mr. Levi! Dyalof

mesa college. Mrs.days John this Shriver week. She at Brooker was accompanied several I Jacksonville, and Mrs. II. B. IIol- FOR SALE-Kentuky bred mare, 8 MILLINER Y

home Thursday afternoon by stein, of Gainesville have each been 'years of age. D. E. Knight, Starke, I
See the display In D. C. Jones' win- Miss Marguerite Shriver, who will I here during the week. Fla. 128tf. .

dow. Sale will start at 2 m., Sat
p. spend the week-end in Starke.
urday, Jan. 29th. Last Sunday morning shortly! after FOR SALE Thoroughbred Barred .
midnight, Mr. O. J. Griffin had a Rock pullet Mn, II. W. Raiford, -
Rev L. W. Kickliter supplies the ,Raiford Fla. It"
Mrs. T. J, Griffin returned home market with the crisped and best stroke of paralysis. Ills physicianhere from I at 1. t
summoned a specialist '
Sunday after spending two weeks in flavored green onions ever brought"toStarke.
Jacksonville.Mrs. Jacksonville and everything possible FOR SALE-3000 stalks green Simpson -
almost odorless and
They are has been done to assist nature in overcoming cane, .field run. Will sell for ,
are therefore termed "stenographer's this stroke. The cash for Geo. A. .
numerous or exchange corn. + ii :
William Struth is in Jackson- ,
delight. warm friends of Mr, and Mrs. Griffin Gardiner, Starke. 1282t. :
ville with her .daughter, Mrs. Mary -
hope to soon hear that he in out Siernberg's
DeSha.Buy. To break a cold take 666. 2-11 of danger and on the road to 'recov,..FOR SALE-Big type Poland China
hogs, bred to son of Herlong's Big
your peanut seed from L. A. Auto tops and auto painting. M. ery. Model. See M. F. Brown, at Abstract -
Duncan Co., Lake Butler, Fla. 95c per 11-19-tf.
Leviton, Starke. Rub-My-Tism relieves Rheumatism, i office, Starke. 1-14-tf ,
bushel. l-28-4t .
Mr and Mrs. S. B. Thompson, of Neuralgia. Sprains. 2-11-21 FOR SALE-Fordson Tractor, almost

Mrs. D. T. Clark of Jacksonville, new, one 2-horse wagon, one mowIng -
Oakland, California, were the guestslast Mrs. Gary Lee,' of Crescent Beach,
\\f visiting at the home of her parents, week of Rev. and Mrs. J. an interesting lecture on-China I machine' and rake. At J. W. 1
Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wainwright. )iggs. Mrs. Thompson is a cousin C'j' gave Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Andrews &: Son's Stables. l-21-2t* U Il tQ'/

Mr. Diggs, and they had not seen one '
church. For many years Mrs. Gary '
FOR SALE-Victrola, Style IX. Goo
Carpenters and masons have been' another for many years. Lee was a missionary to China, and tone!
Remarkably sweet !
kept busy at J. F. Klckllter's# place on therefore understands the situation as new. office. 1 1l
North Walnut street, making repairs. We still have a f
Maine grown seed potatoes- successive crop failures, China now

Come to D. C. Jones' store Saturdayand Bliss and Rose Nc. 4, at the best pricein has millions of people suffering fr9m FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished .

buy something usefuTto help the town. ,I. famine. A collection of $14 was taken i 4'i flat of 3 large rooms and kitchenette -

Club house fund. I and sent to the Christian Herald to and both. D. E. Knight,
Just received a car load of Florida be cabled to China for the famine suf1ferers. I Starke Fla. 1-28-tf

The U. D. C. will meet next Wednesday Runner peanut Heed, grown at Red- I ,

afternoon at 3:30, at the residencqf dick, Fla. TheRe peanuts are first FOR SALE-MO. l cypress sn'ngles

Mrs. OthTtia L. Haynes. class, solid seed. Price 95c per bushel Monday evening Mr; and Mrs. J. T. $7.60 per thousand; primes, $6' per

of 25 pounds. L. A. Duncan Co., Lake Quigley!! gave a dinner party to a few thousand. J. C. Crews, Guilford,

Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, Butler, Fla. 1-28-41. friends and relatives. Those enjoyingthe Flo. 1O.1-tf. r( f Al:"

pent the first part of the week with hoppy evening were: Miss Lena I 'J

her sister, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Anyone who wishes to donate artl- j, Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott, i CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for Money By Wire f

lea of merchandise for the Woman'sClub W A. Scott Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn prices and ship your ties tit aU! .

Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder had as sale] to be held tomorrow, may I and I>r. II, M. Clarvoe. After dinner grades to Gresii! Manufacturing Co,
guests Tuesday, Mr. Lloyd Green, of, edVe them at D.:C. Jones store, where ,I they were joined by Mr Lyons, Miss I Jacksonville! Florida. 8-6-20-1)'r' .. "To get money there quickly and to the l' '

Daytona, and Miss Lucile Tatum, of I they will be placed on display 1| Pearl Lyons., Mr. Frank Lloyd all of I MlL MIMWVMW M> M WHW MM > HH BIMKM*W K HW e'. .
Jacksonville. -- ..------- 1 Nova Scotia, end Miss Sheldrake, of I FOR SALE-Limited amount Sea Island right person is often vital. .

I Mrs. F. A. Scott, as chairman of the Philadelphia. At -eleven o'clock Ice cotton svrd-both varieties,,
1 Hill Adams has brought to Starke health committee of the Woman'sClub j cream and wafers were served and Scabrook Prolific and SonnownkiI I

I the largest and finest strawberries of Sturke'; will be very glad to : this congenial party did not separate I seed R. H. Smith, Hawthorne, Fin WESTERN UNION:

I' seen this season, from his patch in the give advice or literature to anyone J j until twelve o'clock.MISCELLANEOUS. l-28-2t" ...
western end of town. interested, or who wishes same, especially j Money Transferis *
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tuberculosis, or any I
regarding SHOWER FOR SALE-Good 80 acre farm, good .
If it Is good Flour j'ou are lookingfor contagious. or infectious disease. pair of mules, two good mulch cows
see Peoples Grocery at depot. _*- The home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ep- ono two-home Buckeye riding eul. the quickest, surest, safest means 'to

'" Kub.-My-Tism Cures bruises, cuts, l person of Luke Butler, was a scene of tivator. J. F. Bennett, Take Hutler '

Before! buying 'peanut seed see L burns si-it, ,", tetter, etc. 2-11-21 benuty Monday afternoon when Mm. Fla. 1-14-41* send money anywhere for any purpose.Fortheaccommodationofourcustomers.

A: Duncan Co:i Lake! Butler, Fla. First --,- i Epperson and. daughters entertained .. ... .-
class 'Heed at D5c per bushel of 25; J. M. Brownlee and littlo j I informally at a miscellaneous shower LOST-4 sown and 8 nhoatfm, all black I 'H

pounds.' -._ i-28-4t. daughter, Martha, returned Sunday from four to six o'clock, honoring I except 2 spotted shoUis, marked
'"* --- from a visit in Palatka with Mrs A. i Miss Eva Epperson, of Starke, whose prop split and underblt In each ear ,: and the public generally, we are hand

To prevent a cold take CCrt.; i V. Long Mm. Brownlee was accompanied -( marriage to Mr. G. A. Anderson WaN I Reasonable reward for information '
Mae Long, ling Western Union Transfers.
-Miss Ella
home by I an event of Wednesday. by Perry Newsom, Brooker, Fla. Money
Goo*. S. Powell, a prominent 'Ashe- who is spending thiNsgoek here with \ The veranda and living room was I i, 1tFOR*

villa. N. C., citben, brother of Mrs. relatives and friends. j artistically decorated, white and green -----"_..-
Lucy Powell, of Starke died Thurs being 1> the color scheme. The veranda SALE-Florida runner seed pea BANK/OF STARKE

dale JuSt.. :!Oth at Miami. Sweet potatoes', syrup and straw- j was made very attractive by a row nuts, 4 cents; White Spanish, C .
berries are shipped from Starke dai1 1 of small pine trees all around the edge I cents per pound, f. o. b. Lake Park,
bliss* Lucile 'Tatum, pf Jacksonville ly. Fred Flume sends occasional ship- potted plants and white carnations : Ga. Cash with order F. M. White STARKEFLORIDAFOR ,
ments of tender and welF favored cab- \vera also used.
& Son, Lake Park Ga. 12.17-8t
bage to the North. No train stop I !Mrs. F.prfjrl1011, in her charming

Catarrh here that does not take on as freight manner, received the guests and ushered LoST=:January llth, headed toward '-

Catarrh lea' local dfest tm a greatly lnnu- or express a lot of Quigley Broom I iCo'e them to one corner of the veran Graham from Grove Park, black

need by CATAKMU count national MED1CINK ronditlonaHALL'S !. a celebrated brooms. da which was decorated with pine, mare, star'in face, collar, bridle and ?
ell.analnll ... saddle about 800 Ibs., J
Tonic amt Blo.d.'Vurin r. By on, weight
the blood end Jmn.llnir up the System.. Ifwc* eticape the cold weather that Colds Cause tirip a.... fr.llucfz* afraid of automobile. Reward for SALE-N. C. or Florida Runner I nuts at |1. ,per bushel ((40 per Ib)
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINIc rantorentnormal in February. I seed peanuts. We offer lol.prompt.; !" put up in new sacks f. o. b. Lowell, a,
condition and allows Nature to generally comes early I LAXATIVE; !:BFOYO CranNETifcIeti:' : :< err" ,... Information leading/ Wher recovery. 1 '
do It. work. 1 the strawberry business for this seed .; .11. ". .-s allnk., Notify 11. J. Burnett. /.;Raiford, Fla. acceptance and cash with order the 1'1 Fla. II. T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fl..

F.An J.DrurKliU.CtM .y *Circulars Co., Toledo free Ohio. I t tion will be immense. The IGNCA071'S'de.asmt..iL /I-: its *l*f > ':s* > N. C. or Florida Runner:seed pea- 17tf. ...




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' : BaWITRj buhiueinr'dealings with,'lich T"'i"n 'af bbme?" ho asked. | "Cryco 1'11111'1<111. "Of course the matter COOI.led end. "')backuuT' ;; In on the Hiding

bit .hi She nodded. "lie cannot see anybody simmers down to this: Dad Is so for the purpose of kicking the caboose,
other--that I really .didn't want *
: ," ahe hastened to add. "He's | fond of your father that be Just hasn't In which Shirley and Colonel Penning-
contract at any price, having
Ick." .j got the moral courage to 'work him ton had ridden to the woods, out onto
sufficient handle '
rolling stock to my
him "I think be'll-see roe.. And I wonder I i I over-ana now that Job Is up to me. the main line aglll'n-where. owing to
own lugs. That made milD down
It you're Moire McTavIsh. Molra Pm not going to bent about the a flight downhill grade, the caboose
but In a little while he lost his bead (
"Yes, I'm Molra." I bush", with you. They tell me yourI controlled by the brakeman could
again and grew snnrly"' and abusive '
I father Is Inebriate." const gently forward and be booked
"I'm Ilryce Cardigan. a hopeless
to such an extent., Indeed, that finallyI
was forced to ask him to leave my A look of fright! crept Into the girl's "I'm afraid he Is, Mr. Bryce." onto the end of the log train for the
I- office." eyes "Are you-Bryce Cardigan" I "How long has he been drinking to return journey to Sequoia..

"Nevertheless: Uncle Seth, I cannot she faltered and looked at him more excess?" Throughout the afternoon Shirley,
.... understand why be should make sucha closely "Yea, you're Mr. Bryce. You've I' "About ten years, I think Of following the battle royal between

furious attack upon| your employee." Clinnged& -but then It's six: years since would always take a few drinks Bryce'and the Pennlngton retainers,

The Colonel -laugli with a fair we saw you last Mr. Bryce." i I. with around pny-day but after bad sat. dismally In the caboose. She

: "1 Imitation of sincerity and tolerant He came toward her with outstretched i I mother died be began taking his was prey to many conflicting erno-
hand. "And you were a little girl drinks between pay-days. Then ht doss but having had what her sex
amusement "My deer, that Is no
mystery to me. Cardigan picked on when I saw you (lost Now-you're a I took to going down to Sequoia on term "a frond cry," she had to .a great
his hand with Saturday nights end coming back on her
Itondeau for the lenson tliat u few woman. She grasped extent: recovered customary poise
days ago he tried to lure Uondeau the frank heartiness of a man. I the mad-train the maddest of the lot. -nnd was busily speculating on the

hu away from me-offered him twenty-five "I'm twenty ;years old,", she Informed I suppose be was lonely too. He rapidity with which she could leave

I !. dollars a month more than I was paying him. didn't get real bad however till Sequoia and forget! she had ever met

hIm by George! Of course when "Stand right where ;you are until I I about two ;years ago." Bryce Cardigan-when the log train

), Rondeau came to me with Cardigan's/ have looked at you" he commanded, "Well we have to get (logs to the tumbled Into the landing and the last

proposition, I promptly met Cardigan'sbid and backed off a few feet, the better mill, and we can't get them with old of the long string of trucks came to a

my nod retained Itondeou ; consequently to contemplate her. John; Barleycorn for woods-boss, top/ directly: opposite the caboose,

; Cardigan bates us both and took the He saw a girl slightly above medium Moira. So we're going to change Shirley happened. to be looking

earliest opportunity to vent his spiteon height, tanned robust simply! gowned woods-bosses, and the new woodsbosswill through the !grimy caboose window at
us." In a gingham dress Her hands were not be driven off the Job, because that moment On the top log of the

" The Colonel 1 .sighed and brushed the soiled from her recent labors In the Fm going to atay up here a couple of load the object of her unhappy specu--

dirt and leaves from hili'tweeds, pansy-bed, and her shoe were heavy I week and break him In mYllelt .But lotions was seated, apparently quite
; "Thunder! he continued phlloso'phlcally and coarse; yet neither hands nor feet bow do you manage to get money to oblivious of Uie fact that he was back

; "It's all In the game, so why were large or ungraceful. Her bead clothe yourself Sinclair tells me once more In the haunt of his enemies,
oft worry over Itt And why continue to was well formed ; her hair, jet black Mac needs every cent of his two hundred although knowledge that the double-

I discuss an unpleasant topic, my dear?" and of unusual lustre and abundance and fifty dollar a month to enjoy bitted ax he had so unceremoniously

.ubI I i tier uncle took her gently by the was parted In the middle and held In himself." borrowed of Colonel Pennlngton wan

', arm and steered her toward the cjI !- an old-fashioned roll at the nape ofa "I used 'tG steal from him. the girl driven deep Into the log beside hm\!
: boner "Well what do you think of neck the beauty of which was revealed admitted. "Then I grew ashamed of with the haft convenient to his hand
I(I her that and for the past six: months I've had much to do with
am your company. now?" he demanded by the low cut of simple probably Bryce's
,' ! a goyly. frock Her nose was patrician, her been earning my own living. Mr..Sin air 'detached Indifference. '

It. "I think," she answered soberly face oval ; her lips, full and red were clair was very kind. He gave me a Shirley told herself that should he

{ "that you have gained an enemy worth slightly parted( In the adorable Cupid's Job waiting on table In the camp din- move should he show the slightest

while and that I Ifc behooves you not to bow which Is the Inevitable heritage of log room You see, I had to have disposition to raise his head and bring
; ; underestimate him." a short upper lip ; her teeth were something here. I couldn't leave my his eyes on a level with hers she
white as Parian marble; another full father. He bad to have somebody to would dodge-away from the window

CHAPTER VIII breast was rising and falling swiftly, take care of him. Don't you see, Mr. In time to escape his scrutiny.She .
: ; as It she labored under suppressed ex: Bryce reckoned without the engine.

: "' Through the green timber Bryce citement.; I "Sinclair Is a furry: old fool" Bryce With a,smart bump It struck the caboose
." Cardigan- strode and there was a lilt So delightful a picture did Moire declared with em(>hnlll.. "The Idea of and shunted It briskly up the

In his heart now. Already he had McTavlHh make that Bryce forgot all our woods-boss's daughter slinging aiding; at the Sound of the Impact
Mr. forgotten the desperate situation from his troubles In her sweet presence. I hash to I lumberjacks. Poor Moira I" Bryce raised his troubled glance justIn

which he had just escaped ; he thought "By the gods Molr.."- he declared I I He took one of her hands In his time to see Shlrley's body, yieldIng -

only of Shirley Sumner's face. tearstained earnestly "you're a peach I When I noting the callous spots on the plump to the IIhoelll"'IIY Into full view

i day with terror ; and because he saw you last, you were awkward and palm,. the thick finger-Joints that hinted at the window. _
knew that at least some of those tears leggy, like a colt I'm sure you weren't so of toll, the noils that had never With difficulty he suppressed a grin.

( I had been.Inspired by the gravest apprehensions a bit good-looking. And now you're been manicured save by Molts herself. "I'll bet my Immortal soul she was

I I ai to his physical well- the most ravishing young lady In seventeen "Do you remember when I was a boy, pecking at me," he soliloquized. "Con

: : ; I are 1 being, because In his ears there still << counties. By jingo, Molra, Molra how I used to come up to the found the luck I Another meeting this
: resounded her, frantic warning he you're a stunner and no.mistake. Are logging-camps to hunt and fish? I always afternoon would be embarrassing."

![ I !! I realized that however stern her decree you married?" lived with the McTavlshes then. Tactfully he resumed his study of his
of banlfihmcnt had been she was She shook her head, blushing pleasurably And In September, when the huckleberries feet, not even looking up when the

: nevertheless not Indifferent to him. aL his unpolished but sincere were ripe we used to go out caboose after gaining the main track,

; The climax bad been reached-and compliments. and pick them together. Poor Molra > slid gently down the slight grade and

passed'; and the result hud been far "What Not married. Why, what Why, we're old pals and I'll be shot was coupled to the rear logging truck.'
from the disaster he bad painted In the deuce con be the matter with the If rm going to see you suffer UtWll. lie beard the engineer shout to the

He his mind's eye ever since the knowledge eligible young fellows hereabouts Moire I'm going to fire your tatter, brakeman-who had ridden down from

our had come to him that he was "There aren't any eligible young fellows I as rye said because he's working for i the head of the train to unlock the
: I I :: doomed to battle to a knockout with hereabouts, Mr. Bryce. And I've old 7. B. now, not the Cardigan Redwood I Biding switch and couple'the cabooseto

;: I'll Colonel I'ermlngton, and that one of lived In these woods all my life. Lumber company I really ought I hurry tip, lock the switch, and
; the earliest fruits of hostilities would "Are you lonely Molra to pension him after his long years In get back aboard the engine.

I 1 be doubtless be the loss of Shirley Sum She nodded. the Cardlgun service but I'll be "Cnn't get this donged key to turn

: ner's prized friendship.' Well, he had "Poor Moira I" he murmured absently. hanged If we can afford' pensions anymore In the lock" the brakeman shouted
lost tier. friendship But still small -particularly to keep a man In "tack's '
< a voice whispered to him that the loss The thought that be so readily,understood booze; eo the best our old woods-bans thing's gone bust Inside." .

i I n was not Irrt'pl1rallle-wherl'tlt. touched her; a glint of tears gets from me Is this shanty, or another Minutes passed. Bryce assumed

swung his axe as a bandmaster swings was tn her sad eyes He saw them like It when we move to new cuttings, abstraction became real for he had

; his baton ; he was glad that he had and placed his arms fraternally around and a (>el1'etual.Dletll-ttcket for our many matters to occupy his busy
started the war und was now free to r her shoulders "Tut-tut. Mobs I camp dining room' while the Cardigans brain and It was Impossible for him to

r'I fight It out unhampered. I Don't cry," he soothed her "I understand remain In business I'd finance Bit Idle without adverting to game of
Up hill and down dale he went. (If'rtectlyand of course we'll him for a trip to ome state Institution thtnn.! Presently he was subconsciously

go Within two hours his long,. tireless hove to do something about It. You're whore they sometimes. reclaim aware that the train was moving
stride brought/: htm out Into a clearing too fine for this," With a sweep of such wreckage It I didn't think he's gently forward ; almost immediately
In the valley where his own logging- his hand he Indicated the camp. "Sit too old a dOlt to be taught new tricks." It seemed to him. the long string of

It. camp stood. He went directly to the down on the ntoiis, Molra, and we'll "Perhaps." she suggested. .- sadlv... trucks bad gathered their customary
,' I talk It over. I really called to see "you had better talk the matter over speed ; and then suddenly It dawned
your father? but I guess I don't want with him." upon nryce that the train had started

," \I II t. see him after all-If he's sick. "No. I'd rather not. Fm fond of your off without n single jerk-and. that It

I I She looked at him bravely. "I, didn't fattier Moire He was a man when was gathering headway rapidly
I saw him last-such a man as these
I lIe looked ahead-and his hair grew
woods will never see again- ind Idon't
/ creepy at the rqots. There was no to-
.. ." want to flee him again until he's comotlve attached to the train It
cold sober. ni write him a letter. As
was'" rennin; away down a two per
: for you, Molra you're fired, too. I'll cent' grade and because of the tremendous
not have you waiting on table !In
my weight of the train, It was
logglngcamlnot by a joyful I You'reto gathering momentum at a tearful rate.
\ come down to Sequoia nnd go to
The reason for the runaway dawnedon
work In our office. We can use you on
Bryce instantly The
the road being
the books
helping Sinclair and relieve
out privately owned was, like most logging
him of the task of billing check-
; I s rends, neglected as to roadbed
1 Ing tallies and looking after the payroll
hnd and rolling stock ; also It was undermanned
I'll pay you n hundred dollars
.v.I I (' and the brakeman, who also
a month Molra. Can "you get along
on that?" acted ns switchman, had failed to set
I .., the baud-brakes on the leading track
I Her hard hand closed over his
| after the engineer had locked the air
1 tightly hut she did not speak
brakes. As a result, during the five or
I I I "All rlghj. Moira Ii's a go, then
I six: minutes required to "spot In" the
There there, girl, don't cry We
: I'll r Cardigans had caboose and an extra minute or two
: twenty-five
years of
I the faithful lost while the brakeman struggledwith
sen-Ice from Donald MeTavlsh

& before law commenrml. ..--., .Biinr."...>",. the recalcitrant lock on the.
switch, the air had leaked
ex away
after all we owe him "I
something, Ithtnk
( yon 1 ," through the worn valves and rubber
fJ ,
i .... She tubing, and the brakes had been released -
: drew his hand suddenly to her
.,,,.. I -so that the train without
lips and kissed It ; her hot tears of
had almost
wanting, quietly and noiselessly -
I fell
Joy on It, but her heart was too
: for ... full for mere wordn.'Fiddlededee. slid out of the log-landing and
i but started on Its mad career There was
;' I "''a Mr. MeTavlsh at Homer Molra Buck up,"
nothing to do now save watch the wild
\ i he protested hugely! pleased but
(' ? log-landing, where In a listless and r? rmiM'rimv/ / barrassed withal. "The em runaway and pray, for of all the mad

I I our ti lf-In'artod manner the loading crew this, one woUd think you way had you take runaways In a mad world, a loaded
I | were (>lIInl10KII on I'ennlngtpn'a log.glng expected logging train la by far the worst.
"Father me to book
1 .. Isn't Sick He' Drunk. go on an old pal and
.", truck had been pl..MnntlJlIurprlsI'd, when I For an Instant after ,realizing his

'. 1 Bryce looked at his watch. It wa know you at first. Mr. Bryce. I fibbed.Father didn't Cheer up Molra I I'll tell predicament Wryee Cardigan was
11. two o'clock ; at twoflfteen': Pennington's Isn't sick. He's drunk. what I'll do. I'll ad\ance you tempted to jump and take his chance

? locomotive would appear, to to'kIn "I thought/, so when I saw the load- months' "salary, for-well, you'll you neoiT two on a few broken bones, before the

and couple to the long line of InK-orvw inking It easy. at the log a lot of clothes nnd things In Sequoia train could reach a greater speed than
lauding I'm twenty miles an hour. His Impulse
trucks And the train was only half terribly sorry. that you don't need here. And I'm next: -
loaded."Where's, "1 loathe It-and I cannot leave It," glad I've managed to settle the Me- was to run forward and set the
tell McTavlshr she burst Tavlsh hand-brake on the leading truck, but
Bryce demanded out vehemently. "im; chain without kicking up a row
\ of the donkey-driver. ed to my degradation. I dream nnd hurting your feelings.. Poor old the a glance showed him that eveu with

for The niiiu mouthed Ms quid, spat dreams and they'll never colOe' true. Mac! I'm "sorry' I can't bear with him. train! standing still he could not
| copiously wiped his mouth with the I-I-oh. Mr. Bryce, Mr. Bryce, Pro so but we simply. have to have the logs, land to leap from truck to truck and
a back of his bund, and |olnted.. "Upat unhappy" yon know." on the round, freshly peeled surfaee
his shanty" he mode "So lie of the logs without clipping, for
answer and am I. be retorted. "We all rose stooped and pinched her
; "- grinned at Uryce knowingly get!: our dose of It. you know, and Justat ears: for had he riot known her Shire he had no calks In his boots. And to

011 It Up through: the CIIIIII"'. single shortstruct present I'm having an extra: helping, childhood, and had they not gathered slip df'oth.Thl'n now. meant swift and horrible

flanked on each aide"with the It seems You're cursed with too huckleberries together Hie long

.. woodsmen's shanties.., Bryce went. At much Imagination, Molra. I'm sorry ago? She was sister to hlm-ju..t another he remembered. In the wildly
the most .pretentious shanty on the about your tatter For all his sixty: one of his probll'mll-tlnd nothing roiling Caboose Shirley Sumner rode
street! 111')" '" turned In. He had never ;years Molra your confounded parent more: "Report on the Job as soon with heir uncle while less than two

I ; { seen It before but he knew It to be .can still manhandle any man on the as possible, Molra" he called to her miles ahead the track swung In a

the woods-boss's home for unlike its payroll, and as fast as Dad put In a from the gale.Preaently: sharp curve high up along the hillside

I : neighbors the house was painted with new woods-boss old Mac drove him off when Moire lifted her above Mod river Bryce knew the

I the coarse red paint that la used on the Job. lie simply, declines to be Madonna glance to the frieze of Um.bel' leading trurk would never take that

I at box;-lcrs, while a fence, made of fancy fired, and Dad's worn out and too tired on the skyline, there was a new curve at high speed. even If the ancient

/: to pointed pickets painted white, Inclosed to bother about his old woods-boss any glory in her eyes ; and lo. It was au rolling stock should hold together -
", a tiny garden In front of the house. more lIe's been waiting until I should tumn In the ,,woods for over that hill until the curve was reached but
As Bryce came through the gate a get hack""i Prince Charming had come to her and would shoot off at a tangent Info the

f ., i young girl rose from where she knelt know" said Moire wearily "No- life was all crimson and gold I canyon, carrying trucks, logs and enboose -
In a bed of freshly body wants When with It rolling and over
:: ", ; transplanted to be Cardigan's woods- the train loaded with Car l. over
pannles.. boss. and have to gun logs down the hillside to the river.
1 I fight my father to crawled In on the main track
: : to, Bryce! lifted.bis: hat ;is Mr Me- hold hip Job. I realize what a out. and stopped at the log-landing In Pennlqgtou's '!J'Ile _rahoo e tnjBt .be cut out pf

ance be has be! !:omn." cnmD. the locomotive on-

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= : fered the fracture of both legs and I II Tuesday. I City was here Sunday. 1

one arm,. Fern Bishop and Will Bishop Riley Wasdin has been transacting. Math Wasdin Schell Byrd and
of Florida in Short
Paragraphs. injured fatally by the eastbound train I. business In South Florida for a few I i Frank Reynolds atended a candy pull
-- -----JJ"-JJ_ near Crestview. The train was' In LucKY day*. at Waldo Saturday night

News: charge of Engineer Johnson and the ;I j O. W. Dyal went to Waldo Wednee- II: Everett Wasdm of Waldo was hero

Live State point where the men were run down day. ..|I Sunday II
---j was a sort of settlement crossing the I I Barney Dowling of Waldo was in !I John McKinney, of Sampson City, .

..-aaaaaaaaa.n.a.uasaa.nasa.---- train not usually sounding a warning STRIKE I this section Wednesday i I was attending to business here Sat'

Told by Our Exchanges.. when approaching the place. Will (; .. John Thigpen of Ziff, was a business urday
Bishop had been adjudged insane_and. visitor here Wednesday ,i Truman Dysl and Rob Groover of "

qj jznz: : r--i:-_- u---- -=,-- :::. =:=::::::::: an attendant was at Crestview rvadyto I Tom Wasdin and wife of Waldo, Zit wet'a here Sunday. .
convey him to at Chat- : were visiting her parents Mr and : Miss Maxine Willis
Ernest Porter a member of the Red night and Monday morning thieves tahoochee. M. E. Savage a fifth passenger -, cigarette Mrs O. W Dyal, Thursday I and Sunday in Sampson spent( City Saturday (a 1
'Cross: life saving corps at Jacksonville stole what is believed will'amount to in the car happened to look up Mrs Joe Padgett, of Zlff.wss here ",l
has been awarded second prize more than $ +0,000 worth of ladies' and see the approaching train just in Thursday, ----nilAIIFOiW

fur the best life caving work reportedto wear stock from the Jabaly shop in time tb get out of the sheriff's automobile 1 John McKinney, of Sampson City, '. 1.
the Red Cross for the-year 1920. Daytona. The huge loss is made up I before the crash came. The I ''I was here Friday.; ': \

.. largely of expensive gowns, silks and injured persons were rushed to the r O. \". Dyal went to lirookcr Fri. Bradford, Jan. 28. W. M. Andreu ,
'The Georgia Florida and Alabama laces, the greater bulk of the stock hospital at Florala for treatment. I day. I.1 of Jacksonville, i Is visiting his parent ,

railway is seeking to discontinue pas I which the owner recently brought Sheriff Sum merlin had been in office Welter l'' Kdmotijsoii of Sampson'. Mr. and Mr*. C M. Andreu. J

cenber trains Nos. 8 and 4, now operating from New York for reopening of their only seventeen days City was hero Friday.' .. Grandma Baxter has returned from r

between Tallahassee and Uich- .,local store for the winter season. I 1 Mrs..eke J Parish and Ron, were ,''an extended visit with relative in I

land, Ga. fAt ---- I' Another: mysterious warning bearing here Friday. i I South Florida and in this guest of'trer f.

Dr. Malcolm Baggett: who has been the cryptic initials K. K. K., has I Percy Jones was a business. visitorto !I daughter r.1r'I. C, M. Andreu. tr
the regular meeting of the Palm : living at Crestview has disappeared 'II been received by a Jacksonville man, I Its toasted Hampton Friday :I J. V. slid Arthur Kdwardfl were i
Beach county school board, plans for I and a request has been sent out over 'i T. C. Broward, being the latest .'0 Ri>y Roberts wa a visitor to the business visitors to Lake Butler Tues. ,
four new school, buildings were exam : the Southeast to ascertain his where- '; honored. Mr. Broward received a county Beat Thursday. I I day ';.
ined. The plans were considered Attisfactory ! abouts. He considered Rev. Gurney business visitorto \
was wealthy i "warning" letter rudely printed and I was u Willurd Kahnrn was a business visitor
I"+ and a call for bids has been and came from South Carolina. A !I bearing the mysterious initials. Mr. New River Monday, to Dukes Monday : ,

; made. medicine grip a pistol and other of Broward believes with officials to Z = Jim Reynolds was a visitor to the Mr. 0. W. Barry was shopping In
his personal belongings were found whom have been shown the letter, I I county scat Friday.< Worthington Monday
Lawrence Parker of Gainesville, on the river bunk near two barrels of that this missive is the work of the Arthur Itrown is very sick and has C, W. Edwards wa in the Miller
i', age 16, died at the Riverside hospital, beer and a small liquor still. It is same gang which recently posted '! been sent to Jacksonville for medical section Tuesday attending to busl- Pnessy t,
result of fractured NOTHING-AILS) :' STARK I
Jacksonville as a a believed that the doctor came I
upon "warnings" on a number of houses 1 aid.Mr. ,I..
.f skull sustained while engaged in the moonshiners unexpectedly and occupied by negro tenants in South I and Mrs John Starling: are the
football practice in G. II. S. that they disposed of him rather than Jacksonville directing them to move. i iHe i Will Stop Paper if Telegraph Keep, proud parent of a baby boy.J. visiting Sumner his Andreu of Jacksonville and Mrs, I f .

be reported.A has turned the letter over"to theauthorities. i[ On ARitaling I C. Ilarr)' ,hln bouglflr'tho farm M. Anilrpu, purcnt.--l\lr. j ,
Gainesville, already one of the prettiest .!.. and Mr. 4\I
Among other things the ---- belonging to Pate Prcvatt
Misses l> and Elms Edwards
a :
is to be fur '
of Florida
t cities of jury in the United States courtat letter stated that Mr. Broward had Editor Telegraph-Your paper! of Prevatt has bought the store belonging : were chopping in Brooker Saturday. I
beautified the planting
ther several by of the principal Pensacola awarded the Gulf, FlorIda better cease .activities in connec- the 21st inst., had a shameless articlo to Mr. Barry Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu and .1
palm on is and Alabama railroad a verdict ofIG0,000 tion with the "law and order league." called "What Ail Starke?" I, for Ethel anti Leo Dyal of ZiT( spent family attended church at Brooker. on
Work of the palms
streets. setting ; $ in its suit against the Emergency It also referred to Mr. Broward's can- one, do not think the editoror, owner Wednesday night with their grandparents Sunday '--II.

under way. I Fleet Corporation. The suit' didacy as an independent for sheriffof of the paper should allow such an ar Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. Miss Ollie Hague! was shopping in O

train struck I grew out of damages caused to the Duval county The letter conclude ticle to appear It say Starke is bid Loe llyal; Is spending a few days Worthington Saturday. '"

The Tampa killed Northern Mrs. W. C. Porter railroad docks here last September, with this paragraph: "Why don't\ you ding for new settlers. Who is bidding with relatives in Waldo. Johnnie* Barry, of Lakeland Is visiting \
and instantly the crossingat when the United States Shipping be a good fellow and go along with ? Then it get after the city Mrs L, R. Byrd and son, Theron, relative here i

an elderly woman miles at north of Board steamer John Adams drifted the boys. I suppose you saw what we Council for not doing their duty in not left for their home in Winter Garden. Sumner Andrea was a visitor to the r'
Stemper a few crossing the into the piers in a squall carryingaway : I done to Conrad for having too mutch having the old ruins torn down and Saturday. Miller section Sunday. ..
Tampa. .Mrs. Porter was : several hundred feet of railroad 'I' mouth, so it will be your turn next if sidewalk fixed and the cows kept olT Frank Reynolds visited the ,
and county .ill
struck the pilot
track was track and twenty-on "loaded freight you don't cut it out, and you can the streets Of course, we voted to seat Fl'iduy. I.
thrown some distance death resulting cars. e gamble that we won't make a slip.:We keep the cows off the! street nights Dewey Murrhee went to Sampson : EW CENTURY r4'

almost instantly.A. won't fail the next time with Conrad." but that was just a joke; we did keep City Saturday !r:1 SHINGLES: '

of Macon. Ga. was shot Two men charged: with enticing ne -- them off a spell until it blew over, but Mrs Zeke Pnrrifih and daughter of ".
to work on tobacco plan- it was too bad to keep the poor brutes hero I:
through the left arm, robbed of $195 green away THE NEW MILITARISM Sampson City were Sunday ALWAYS for
In cash and his sedan stolen by three tations near Quincy have been arrest shut up all night in a damp place Marvin Ogden and sinters, Misses ,: 121 year the BEST .
ed in Mitchell county Georgia and when there was so much good dry Mattie and Minnie attended ''.
him at a defeat the a rnndy .f Now METIER than
, highwaymen who held dp "Have we helped to greatest ,
streets and sidewalks for them to lid ,.
another has fled after being floggedby pull at Waldo Saturday t
the Waycross-Jacksonville military nation of Europe only to : BECAUSE ,
point on on, acd we did not mean it, ." ./ ever
irate farmers. The "Florida anyway- '
highway eleven miles from Jackson' arrested of violating the become ourselves the greatest mili- just fooling. If the merchants don'twant Miss Ruby Dyal spent the week-end -. They are now made of
on charges
ville. tary nation in'the world? If so, vic with relatives at Waldo. SteelUAI.VAWtmi
their gree'n stuff eaten let Keystone Copper
' law labor up
state governing agents gave
been Mm. Walter Edmondson of Sampson
has bought. I
tory' too dearly
them it inside the ston-s not ?! 1'AI errsWi..rowlaltmkkt
H. L. Luten of Amsterdam keep on :
The shipments of fruits and vegetables their names as This excerpt from an editorial in Is spending a few days with her No. like Llrtesdin
and R. F. Taylor of Quincy. the sidewalks to tempt the cows; of l mil slue lliw. luni lti(. Mrtl\\ I !
totall Mr and Mrs. Alfred McKin-
from Palmetto last week The New York Evening World throws will it if parent, CIIArfANOUU: HOUUNG QUNUArI&
released bond pending course they eat they !get a
ed one hundred and ninety-two earn, They trial at were Camilla. Taylor on. is said, to be a bright beam of light into the armament chtucc.: Then he is kicking about our ney.Miss 0..11a_.. t....... '
let ICITlo Kdmnmtaon of Sampson
loaded with What indeed has (
most of which were question.
, of tobacco The okay! fences und unpaint'yl hounen. I'll
a company.
tuce. The prices for stuff are grad manager been the use of the World War foughtto bet he imsn't got a house o* any kliul. .
of the whipped
name man reported
ually increasing:, and as it increases, could not be learned. crush militarism if at its close the Who has got: to say how I hall keep +i fi+.. I Ff441'q F+0#I in I i nI t't.+I I I I I I I F4+II II b I+++F.'M. F
the shipments i increase. conquerors are to turn militaristic ? ?
my own property
I Ii
It is no answer to say that in this! .
; election of A coroner's, inquest was held Mon will abuse Say, now, Mr. Editor if you allow ISLAM) CHITON( II
i Meeting for their annual the; conqueror nation not and help this agitation along there'. CELEBRATED SOSNOWSKI SEA |
J officers the Sigar Manufacturers Association day morning investigating the death its power as Germany did. Aml.'rlca.perh 4io' knowing where It will lead to.
of Tampa adopted resolutions \ of J. M. Smith, of Live Oak, which occurred p., will not use its arms for evil First' thing know the -Woman
s in which they reiterated their very suddenly Sunday night purposes-directly. But as long as Club will be you riltU all up and vote the Planting Seed, fresh from Islands. $3.00 per .i.j
determination not to abate 1n the least It is alleged.that Smith drank a bottle America goes: armed to the heels, and cows off the streets again, and we bushel cash f. o. b. Bleackshear. Also //1 i
the of hair tonic in lieu of other alcoholic her
their determined fight to prevent continues steadily increasing war men will tfave to do it all over again.
.tobacco workers' unions from placing dKrks/. his death resulting: in a very equipment by land and sea, the other I can't see why there should ba so second-year seed $2.00 per bushel. I I:

closed shop in the industry. here, short time. It is also alleged that powers, friendly or. unfriendly feel much said; we have had It, this ,way

Smith had been drinking moonshine obliged to do likewise. for years and if newcomer don't like THE A. P. BR NTLEY COMPANY _
for several weeks and Judge Dickert
Tampa's canine population hal been It is a rather presumptuous theory our style let them move on and go
reduced by approximately 160 dogs means to learn the cause of his death too, that great armament will alwaysbe further south, whereland ig much Blackshear, Georgia
since the "shoot the stray dogs" order and if possible learn from whom he entirely safe in the hands 6f thn' dearer.

: .was promulgated by the city commission [French purchased the hair tonic'The which label of was the a United States. It is Idiotic to assume Some men went to sell and some d' tlMIIIMMIIIIIM I+*..+.+.*++.'*+IM I 11 M i I 11111 III.+<.
I.f Friday, following a'mad dog: preparation. that it will always be safe in the not. A man a short time ago was
, scare. Fully 200 other dogs have been hair tonic carried the notice that it hands of other powers. You do not about to sell an-old house and lot to
captured by the dog catcher and his contained 72 per- cent of alcohol. even have to read history nnclent or one of the newcomers when'an honest
taken the pound. recent, to know that. Any policeman
and to
assistants young man called the man to one side
Carpenters working on the Hills- in any city in America will! testify 1 and said "You don't want to buy that Kill That Cold With
George F. Franklin of Jacks'onvi11ewas born hotel addition Tampa, went on a to the peril of everybody carryinglcided rotten old house and the land I is no

instantly killed when he fell from strike in sympathy with the, painterswho weapons. Only authorized officers I good and you'll get bit If you buy it." !
a slippery bathtub. lie was found struck several days ago. The of the law should be allowed t*>>, lie did not buy Now that young: ,%\Ll.:

dead on'the bathroom floor. Hit neck contractors stated the carpenters had do that. When the world has! become' man did a good thing for the town; he

and leg were broken. In falling his walked out despite their agreement to ,sufficiently civilized there will be international didn't want a newcomer bit, so ho

head came in contact with a washbowlA finish the job at the wages of eighty police td suppress International busted the sale and the man left on
physician was summoned and stat cents an hour fixed some months ago.: thug: Until that tlmj comes, the next train. He said he didn't want CASCARA Q QUININE

ed that in all probability he had been Their pay has not been affected by it is well to discourage the Interna- newcomers In this town-they would _
the cut. Last week the Tampa tional arms traffic by common consent db
instantly) killed. recent want to change things; it was good, FOR AND 1
Building: Employers Association reduced pf the powers to make some start in
enough a* it was. OM\9 La Grippe
More than 8,000 tons of nitrate of the wages for all the building diminishing their armies and navies. Now. I for one do not want any Cold, Cough

.soda were brought into Pensacola 4)n trades twenty per cent. A majorityof The cost is another consideration, more agitation, and if it Is i not stopped Colds are Dangerous f
Sunday aboard the American -steamship the carpenters had been getting $1 and with'most people at preocnt the I shall stop my'papertoo many Neglected :
William A. McKinley a 5,000 an hour, which left them all eighty ,most convincing reason for the lell..n.In2' newcomers crowding in al ready* Take no chance. Keep thlfl standard remedy handy tot lh ant

ton vessel which attracted considerable eents under the new scale. I \ of' armament. Nearly every one VERITAS. Break up a coM In 24 hour.-RctUv. I
attention a* she came up the bay. ---- of the bio: Dowers might save a .billion Grippe In 3 days-Itac.n.nt l for Headache
The steamer comes from Chile and Last week while hunting on the bay dollars: a year or moretrtartIngimmediately : GRAHAM Quinine In this form doe not affect Ihe head-Cc.r. 1 i. belt Tonic

the entire cargo will be discharged at shore Master Grover Neel of Apalachicola by agreeing to a uniform m ___ Lautive-No Opiate In Hill'! .',i
Pensacola. shot what he supposed was decrease of military expenditure: Graham Jan. 28-Fate Prevatt wax IT '
a dove. When he picked up the bird, und probably be safer from revolutionor a business visitor to Sampson City ALL DRUGGISTS SELL

similar incidents at Jacksonville i that it was a carrier pigeon.: At a billion for war instead <>t subtracting and Mrs. O. W. Dyal were business ,

recently party of unidentified men tached to one leg was a silver case it-Pensacola News. callers to Waldo Monday -

in three automobiles attempted to that contained the following: message; E. J, Murrhee went to Sampson City
take M. C. Conrad from his home late I Landed Thompson, Dec. 31, 1920. Six Newton ROMS fa spending a few daysin Monday, #'. ----

at night, but were frustrated in their 1 miles west Union Springs: Ala. All Starke, truest of Mr. and Mrs.. Elmer Edd 1'arrinh visited his parents at
design by Mr. Conrad who covered I well fine trip. Lt. Mitchell. The Lazone. Sampson City Tuesday. *
the party with a pistol and threat .carrier pigeon was taken to his home ''I -- Mr. and Mrs. Hill Browning: and

ened to fire. Jf they did not leave the whey it died Friday. I granddaughter Genevieve, of Hawp-
vicinity. ASPIRINName lion City, were here Tuesday.
Sidney J. Catts has applied for a E. J. Murrhee left Tuesday for

__ The lumber mills and novelty work job .deputy sheriff at West Palm Ocooe, where he has accepted employ
ing plants of Tampa have put In effect Beach even having gone to the trouble "Bayer" on GenQine ment. ffiOX3

the recently announced wage reduction I. of signing a surety Mrripany's II. I)., Wiggins visited our school

of 20 per cent the new schedule bond for the position. The bond was Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. .. .-

taking effect Feb. 12, it was announced sent to the county commissioners dur Edd Purrish and children were Small Nine Michelins arc mad of U'i

following a final meeting between ing a recent meeting of that body for 0 pleasant visitors to Sampson City same quality materials, by the .
representatives of the carpen- action. The aspirant was turned down -- t'A1'efuI1l'0rkmen. In the Mm modern j.

ters of the' four mills and the four flat. The county officials felt that A Rat Breed 6 to 10 Time a Year, factory that hare mad Michelin

Employers. according tCL statements made in the Averiglnfc 10 Young to a Litter Klng-ahapod Tube and ether Michelle
the Rt. Rev Catts he might
past by Remember this, act III soon as you product rSMITH'S _-..
Dr. J. W. West and J. W. Bryson, make use of the gun which the deputyis see the. first rat. Get a pkg. of RAT '1
of Live Oak closed a deal last week authorized to carry in mowing SNAP. It's a cure rat and mice de
whereby they became owners of 1,700 down some of his enemies here. i stroyer. It's convenient comes in cake

acres of fine farm lands formerly form no mixing. Mummifies rat after i
owned by the Dexter estate. The I James and John "Delinle are under Beware! U lfllla) you t.h. MUM killlnjl-Irave. no smell. Cats or dog

Dexter plantation of about 3,000 acres II arrest at Ft. Myers charged with the. ."Bayer" on packs or an tbl has been held intact by the pexter I smuggling of intoxicating liquors into an not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed Sold by D. C. Jones Starke.-Adv.
family! for the past fifty years, the I this country.' Behind their arrestis by physicians for twenty-oil*
; of attempted booze run- y.*r and proved sate ty millions, Take
has been previously: a story
tract that ! mlIJClm)
only r
Aspirin only a* told in the ,'
of I Biyoriwckag
scale GARAGE
which the heirs large change name
ning on a
old being: 1,240 acres for Cold, Ilnexikclie, Neuralgia,. Khounut- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
Dexter some time ago. flag: and registry of a small schooner Earache
sold to Worth : tiara Toothache Lumbago, and Fla.
which it is alleged by federal and for Pain. Ifaady tin boxM of twelve Buyer a Full Line ofUnJ.r'.Ir. Starke,

Ten men escaped from the Escarrp state officers, was being used for whis- i I Drugisle' I ....' Supplies
bia county jail Saturday night haying key running, the piling: up of this I I __ .
sawed their way through the bar,eon craft on the shere-,near Naples duringa H the trade mark of Payer Manufaotur I _--
floor. They reached the storm, and the theft of nearly a Moneoertlcide of SaJicylioaoid. AUTOMOBILE BEARSE I
the third ..
of from the I _------ ----- Always on hand. The best ser.
street by tying blankets together. Six thousand cases liquor I Child vice at the lowest price Special You will make a mistake I
hack saw 1 'If order fertilizer i
attention to telegraph or.
when the escape wa arrest, and a third, their brother. All children tmiblmi with Worm. hair an nobralthy you your
on the third floor Nine of the men were for whom the officers are looking color. ,wbluh IndlceM. poor blood and.*snil. *n>. Registered Embalmer.DeWTlVc. without getting; our new price lists Just Issued. Plentyof :
discovered. .. there U more or lea urniach dlaturbftnoe.GROVE'S
seeking help to salvage I Materials", prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides I
held charge and one was! were ashore TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC llvao ntaIvrly '
awaiting on vagrancy trial for the theft of an au their cargo and ship. for two or three week will Mulch the blood. JONES Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. I'
l tlon..Dd "*general Strmulili- .
tomobile.At IlmproY"b.d the whole crnem. Nature will than STARKE, FLA. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ;
Sheriff Summerlin of Okaloona throw off or dl...... the wortn".endib sometime between Saturda..1 county was killed Frank Bishop suf- la perfect health Plowaat. to aka TSc! per bads.t I 1/IIDID/ Ji1! JlDIlUlJlDUJIJlmJwwv11Dr ,


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