Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 11, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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FLORIDA :FRIDAY FEBRUARY" 11 1921 TIIIRTY.TIIREE
VOLUME FORTY.TWO. .. STARKE, NUMBER .
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C TURBUSII COMMITS SUICIDE WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING MEETING OF SCHOOL, BOA]RD MUST PAY' SIXTY BILLIONTO 1 TRUNK MYSTERY: SOLV1!::0 STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS INCREASING ; ;

or-- THE ALLIES FOR !SES; -
\ Dead Several Days When Found In Mrs. W. B.'Harvard and Mrs. L. A. Board met in regular session I 1 lon' --- ,I Officers Unearth Cache of Llqul I Fi rf'.r., -- _., .. '

:> Lonely Cabin ( Davis beautifully entertainedWoman's i the day with A.: A, Hazen J. O.,Drnn' loon Germany Now Knows: What It Will In Field The warm, sunny days we have had .I Ir
Club Wednesday aftcnv(on and L. W. Kickliter present. of late have made the berries mature
from O. Dennison and sec Cost for War Madness Sheriff Epperson and his chic t\ de
8:30 to 6 o'clock, at the home of Moved by J. p. and the berries i
One of the saddest, and certain.1 y L. W Jck-: W. W. Baisden becon ing ail quickly, Missionary ,
the former on North Walnut street ended by Mr. Hazen that -i uty, are earlier
t l so largely rlnntod now, being
the most ghastly of any tragedies'er 'e.v- be chairman. vote; terror to moonshiners. They i\i find '
liter elected Dy'
many
Vases and bowls of sweet peas ae Id- The indemnity, by which than the! Klondj'kc, the berry shipping
happening in this neighborho<>d, ed to the beauty of the rooms of 1 the the motion was ,carried. must pay the allies between $50,)00r the "chemists," their stills and their season is earlier this year than for-
was discovered late last Friday nig]Sis lower floor of this attractive hoi nc,, N. 11. Stokes tendered his reef,tna' 000,000 and $60,000,000,000' in the next wares, no matter how well the:y ,are merly.Tuesday's.
when it waa found that Edward and number of club tlon as trustee-supervisor of the : j hidden.
a large women 4 en- which drawn 1
42 by w
ted years, was up shipment may be takennt
ler school, the same being acce Friday of last week these 01 racers[
Turbush had committed suicide at 1 1> joyed the business and social sessl orr.
' committee signed b the for this week when 87
tion special was y as an average ,
learned that had been '
trunk by
the board and by recommend a si
slby
homer; short; distance southeast of Mrs. W. E. Middleton. club pr! I
bushels Of these went"nank
left Starke. 62
France and Great Br Itain
D'. L. premiers. from Starke to
Starke. dent occupied the chair and called: of Stowes, board appointed express liampt>n on
from orClytt to fill this position were thus brought together on the the 2nd inst., and that later I II by open express to nearby points, and
and
We have gleaned the following p Ira committees.reports Each standing chairman respo spec nd- R. C. Cone tendered his resigns tlon reparations questions which had 1 of- Howe, of Starke, had taken a mile the balance by refrigerator boxes to*

ticulars about the occurrence: ed with good reports, and the bar u,sias trustee of.Vandf'rbllt school, and ten threatened to split them. and wagon and hauled the trunk back points as far north as Philadelphia
A short time ago Mr. Turbush ness of the club was carried forw trdin recommended J. C. Alvarez to fill un-1 I The German disarmament a,treeat iiight.' This looked aUllpll'lou.rides s i, and and Columbus, O. The! Truby & Thomas -
rived in Starke from Schenectady, N. with enthusiasm. Mrs. N. D. Wi expired term. The beard accepted the ment was signed also. This pro' IIII'Rara.Epper80n and Baisden as and L. A. Davis refrigerators are

Y., to take possession of a place he wright, chairman club house mite resignation and appo'nted! Mr. Al va'I, that Germany must disarm in ace!lord- to Hampton to investigate: TI le reowe's- the only lines used so far.

had bought of E., C. Wilson throw Eh tee, made an interesting report hem ,G. M. Inman. This place is; best kno, ing ,that the members of that coed ,> J. O. Dennison resigned as tru het: of June. It sanctions prolonged -as the Jim Minton place and is local mittee are alive to the importance mof of Midway school and suggested I IIII' patron Rhineland home and fewftd the trunk, but i I I wall although quantities have
of the and occ
upa- Looking around Foundining been sent from there the prices have 'j
empty. they : ,
making the bent arrangements i i A. J. Crawford be appointed to till
about mile southeast of I Te: pOI
a town. tion of the Ruhr district to enforc!the berries sell .
of
The board a shovel with mud adhering, le: been goodr much- the
ble for the new club house. It was dethe unexpired term. ace .
was alone, and it was noticed by I t he tided that it would be best to fake cepted the resignation and appoi ted 'Hies' demands. against; the house. They then Re.arch- ing at CO cents ,a quart aud over last

few'with whom he camp in con ta ct down the old school building and miit ike A. J. Crawford, as suggested.This I I The allied statesmen discussedn the ed for a ,"cache," and soon fo ind a week It is confidently hoped that ,
that he was apparently brooding.ov r spot in the field where the art h had these fancy prices will continue tot'
house of ,
over into a one story club ; board declares its Intl'ntloltcb (reparations agreement all mon ling. I ,
something. He had intimated that ne modern A. Fu been, recently stirred. On ratwining iff In- some time to come.
architecture. Mrs. C- refuse payment from the general 1 und It was decided to send copies to Ger.
wanted to sell the place he had ji iSt chairman of finance, reported $9S'.92 any bill for material bought or Ie ibor many immediately so that the .Ger- to it they found a sack con .
ought and go somewhere else. ,B'Ir. in the treasury as a result of I the performed unless specific ,orders ]have Vnans could study it in advance 01:f the eleven quarts of liquor. Rowe was HAMPTON i '\
Inman had told him that he could l fi nd work of that committee. .. been given to do or to perform the arrested and will be tried Sat irdaybmp "h
Brussels conference which will
rei s iumeision
buyer who would be willing to p'ay Mrs. Roscoe McLane read a spl ensame.. I its sessions this weejc, for discuitni for transporting liquor Hampton, Feb. 11-Mrs.\ M. L. May- ,f
'more than Turbush had paid and w as did paper on "Ethical ;Educatio n,." As the schools have been run of financial and economical matte Rowe occupies part of the 1. nard of Alachua Is the guest of her t
waiting for the latter to come to which the writer urged should be season almost entirely on borro we is: rs.neet sett house, of which Mrs. Monde n, re- daughter, Mrs., W. B. Alexander, this I
The Germans will be invited
Starke so that arrangements could be carried out in connection with all money and the former board had oC" to 1: cently! arrested for tnunniihlninicupiei g r, oc- week ,
made. On last Friday Mr. Inman al ik- school work. The president appoin ted casion to borrow all the money the the allies 'In a joint discussion' in Lone another part. Mrs. Mi mdonthree Mr. Youngblood, of Theretaa, was
ed Mr. Wilson to tell Mr. Turbush he the following school committee for law will allow us to borrow, there Pore I don on Feb 28th, instead of Ge eva, was fined $100 and costs, or a business visitor to, Hampton Mon 1
wanted to see him, if the two shot lid the month: Mrs E. Markley Job ns, we find ourselves in an embaras ling the place originally suggested months in jail, by Judge Green She day. I '
meet. Mr. Wilson went to the hoi!ne Mrs. E. E. Canova 'and Mrs. J.Diggs. C. position but hope to be able. to pa y; off ) Berlin will be notified of the C4>ndirma- is still in jail. J, M. Bennett' of Thcrensa was a !

"of the latter Friday afternoon, but, Mrs. F. A. Scott read ins Monday, Feb. 14th. l I Lions and penalties of the dlsa:. business visitor here this week.: I j
for a G. D. Club for boys the 1 1n ; All schools making in w c T. U. ADOPT IU SOl.UTIatea IONS -
found 'the house locked and between\ not an aver age ment agreement a formal ma nner Rev Mullady preached' two InterestIng F '
up ages of.six and sixteen, plans be Ing of 60 per cent will close Friday, :I when the allied-German dale: I sermons at the Christian church ; 1 1t
signs of recent occupancy. lIe ask! the neighbors, and they said the m
bed not been seen since Monday. 1:teA hearty co-operation and a rising v' day, Feb. 14th, to attend to the one'I I UD.C.: FOR BENEFIT CLUB Fl JND Ion the following resolutions werenont Bedenhaugh and Miss Emma Hicks ;
calling some strange actions he h ad of thanks. roll and other business. as may c adopted in honor of our late lathe were shopping In Starke Tuesday '
noticed about the missing man, he 1 beDuring the social period Mrs E. before it. J evening through ed sister and coworker, Mrs. J r. W. Truman Dyal. of Graham, was a I ,
Thursday ,
lieved something was wrong and ne Markrley Johns, accompanied by ft Irs. L. W. KICKL1TEI R, Andrews Sr.Whereas bustnes ivlsltor here Tuesday I
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to Starke and notified the !s.A.. Z. Adkins, beautifully sang "Ka ih- H. B. WIGGINS, Chain'\BU. courtesy' "of' the Gaiety Theatres i nan- W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn, was attending )
After dark the same day, Nig.S.ht mirl Song;;" and "The Love Not e." Secretary,. | aiers" thlll fairy tale, "Modern N j oth-[: God in His provident s has to business here Tuesday, (,

Marshal Alvarez and Constable Ja ke Mrs Johns' clear soprano voice brashly er Goose" was shown on the sci reap, removed from thislife, our deal sls- Dr. Dyless, of Cedar Key, was ateesoly '.
at its best, and everyone thoroug LEGION WARNS OF UNIFORR!ED and as a prologue a number ol at- ter, Mrs Andrews' Therefore, red tending to professional business here' \
John went the'place.
out to No
a.nci enjoyed her charming numbers. FAKERSand | tractive children presented "Llttl!e Bo that In her death our union I i hashers Monday. 1'\
ewer coming to their shoutings a The hostesses, Mrs. Harvard 'I Peep," the cast of characters belr g as lost one of its moat faithful men Mrs.. W .T. Saxon and daughter, r '
knocking, they bursted the door op
The room was heavy with an unple 18- Powell and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, sera ed the department of Florida, Amer can Little Boy Blue, Owen Griffin. sells: and her family connecttoi I i has Pompano, where they will join Mr. ,J \
ant odor. Playing their flashlighthe ts, here in January. They
delicious salad course with/ hot cli oc- Saxon who left
Legion, warns the people of the tate Bo Peep, Hazel Middleton. sustained a loss not to be repairs!d. '
ghastly, sight of the occupantthe Of olate, and on each plate was place 1 athe Illtian expect to make their future home in
of various fakers who are using the Mother Goose, Lucile Mitchell. Resolved. That as a true Chr .
place lying dead on the floor 1 Ir a bouttonaire of sweet peas, lily of that town. .
uniform to defraud Floridians. Mr. Jack, Lester Price Robinson. in all the relations of life, she ha i left the >
pool of congealed blood was revealIn id. valley and fern., Percy Griffin, of Durbln was
the right hand the corpse held a The club now has 77 members and Lowery has issued a bulletin odea''ling JillJulia Canova. to her family and friends the I Ira. price- guest of his parents, Mr .and Mrs. W, ,
revolver. When the body, which was the names of the following ladies hi'ivoes with tho subject' ,'which follows: Old King Cole, Eugene' Matthev less legacy of a good example and a H. Griffin, this week, 'ii

lying on its right side, was turnover ed recently been added to the roll: W: This office wishes to caM your at:;enSimple Simon, Ruby Davis, spotless character; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brannen, of t\1 1bars \'a

,'the hand still retained the rip dames Grace Ford, John Uglow, J. F. tion to the great number of men 'who Little Miss Muffett Clara Louise' Resolved, That we, the mem ofkeep Hampton, were shopping In Starke a
Canova; Wm. G. Stringfellow, G. W. are visiting this state claiming tc. be Peek. Saturday.
of the weapon, and the officers inv ol- the Starke W. C. T. U., will ever
untarily started iiack at this un!x- Alderman, Alma McMillan, Lei lie! ex-service men and working all k rode Tommy' Tlddle Mouse, Florencese An- I her memory green in our hearts Also W E. Hutchlnson returned to his :/
Turner, Frank Hoover N. T. Rit ch.W.' of IIkln'games on the people to drews.irm1 that home here Sunday'after a short visit R
sight.They these resolutions be ,d "
pected W. H. Barry, H. M. Snyder:: J. sproiour on with his daughter, Mrs. Chrlchlo, of
W.T cure .and arouse public erg I Jack Homer Elizabeth Andre
money ,
then to Starke nd s. book ed I In
.returned a Morgan, E. M. Davis, J. L. Peek, secretary's and publish '
Jacksonville
pathy. Most of these cases areA :I nenj I. 'Mrs.; J. M. Mitchell Mrs. O.. 14. I
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notified Justice Floyd Green and I)r. P. Wall. L. G. Powell, N. Sternbe the Bradford County Telegraph. J. I) Pry and family were shopping
who are not inclined to'work and wish Haynes and Mrs W. L..Wall, th., _
Middleton..who returned with the m. Everertt Miner, G. C. Sweat, Geo. f In Starke Monday.
On examination it was revealed t hat Anderson A. S. Crews, Misses E tta to come to Florida and enjoy our ,.In"i'| nance committee of the U. D. 0.,, de. I VISIT LAWTEY ROMAN'S LUB: Mrs. H. B. McGruder, who is teach "

a ball from a 38-cabhbre pistol had E!D- Tison and Carrie Uglow.he . ter climate and sponge off' our J teo-.aire to sincerely thank Messrs ]Rob' ing in Starke, visited her home, here \ '
tered the head just in front of t pie. t I inson & Lewis for their courtesy and Last Friday' afternoon at 2:30', Sunday. .
right ear. On the left temple r eta BRADFORD A favorable way of raising this ,, help in this entertainment also ]Mrs.. the Lawtey Woman's Club entert,ained The Daptist church assembled in r'
had knawed the flesh off to the bra ------ money is soliciting subscriptions for J. F. Canova, who acted as pia:list, the Starke Woman' Club, al t the conference Sunday morning and unanimously
Although the atmosphere of the roc 1m Bradford, Feb/-sU. T. B. Edwa dsng ma;[az'ines' that never material ize. I and others who, assisted wit tout charming club house In Lawtey. Mrs.adies. called Rev. Gibson of Lafay
had been cool, decompositon had set I and family visited relatives at L<, This is onlytme of the many met 'charge. The sum of $25 was real ized W. S. Jennings addressed the 1 I sue county, as pastor for th.,remainder

in, and it was believed that the c I Ie- Bridge Sunday. used by these men. Some are ex-:.er for the club fund, which completes, the on subjects that are now of Inter ist to of the year. '
Sumner Andreu visited in the 1 111-l club workers. Refreshments 01 r hot Mr. Allgood and family who arrive
vice men and some are not. $100 pledged by the local U. D. C
ceased came to his death on Mondi IY, Virginia R
from
ler section Sunday. tea, coffee, saltines and wafers were ed here a few weeks ago
January 81st, the day when he Wes O. W. Barry was a business visi'tor: The department of Louisiana reo All of the children who plays,d I rtn I served, and the visitors spent I Ia II de-; are located in the parsonage
last aeen. On a table was a box of to Worthington Monday. ports that a crook claiming to bend e I an Lithe Bo Peep'earrled out their f lifrhtful: social afternoon. north of the Christian church.
SS-calibre cartridges. It was fou nd .Ruby Edwards spent the week-i ex-service man, traveling under the perfectly, and reflected much tJ edit The Starke clirb" nutmbers wh> attmei. Mr. and Mrs. B. Y Saxon who spent
that the cartridges it contained we Ire with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.,, B. name of Jack Diamond has just vied sit- I Ion Mrs: Mitchell who had so caret fully tended this meeting were: Mead the.past year at Green Cove Springs,
45 j there were four cartridges and o ne Edwards.Mr. their state with good results I(for trained them. A. Z. Adkins, L. G. Powell; I::. M. returned to their home here last week *
empty shell In the revolver. That t he and Mrs. C. W. Edwards sp<>nt himself). He. Is a promoter of ca rnUEB Johns, O. L. Haynes, J. II. Rite h. E. They expect to leave for: South Florida
death was a clear case of suici de Sunday with the latter's parents, M r. val schemes. HODGES-DRANNEN Phillips, II. M. Snyder Roscoe Mehell' in a few days. "
there could be no doubt. % and Mrs. T. H. Rimes.Messrs. . -' Lane, .W, E. Mlddleton.f. M. Mit: Little Annie May Wheeler, daugh
After having satisfied themseh'es .'T. B. and J. V. Edwards a' INCOME TAX. FACTS Mr. W. O. Hodges and Miss Eliza: E. L. Biggs, D. E. Knight, D. C.Jones, ter of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Wheeler, of
tended to business in Starke Mond, Erannen were, married by Ju,tire J. C. Diggs and J. F, Canova. who has been sick for several weeks; I
on this point, the officers put the bo d' and Williams and YOU SHOULD REMEMI! in health at this '
Mr. Mrs. Joseph i Floyd Green at his office in the chas ,ourt Is steadily improving: "
into their car and returned to Starl ke, little son, J. B., were visitors to 1 1he the; I house,.Thursday, February 3rd, In. the A HOSPJTAHUE INSTITUTH)N writing.
depositing their ghastly freight in t county seat Monday. The bureau of internal revenue presence of a few witnesses.up Miss Anna Porter, of South Caro- '
embalming room of the D. C. Jon les Mrs. Oulter Boyd is spending a few Innumerable sources for checking The groom is an engineer, who h olds "Hotel Baisden" Is the mo t 1 I Ively line, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. 'I',.'
undertaking establishment. Saturd ay days with her daughter Mrs. T. S. persons who fail or "willfully reft IIIe" a responsible position at a phoippay 'hate hostelry in Starke. The star b ard- J. M. Maxwell, this week. Miss Porter .
morning the remains of one who h ad Willis. to file an income tax return and mine near High Springs, and is much era are for the present only foul', but was once a resident of our town
once been a fine specimen of manho od N. G. Hayes was attending to bi IRi- the amount of tax due. I I' respected for his ability and peel',ity. transient boarders, consisting ol f r Jol- and has many friends here who are r\,
and of prepossessing appearance WE Ire ness in Gainesville Thursday. One of these is "the inforroatioi 1 i at The bride Is a popular and chair ling ly mocnshiners and others, die' In glad to see her ( Ii Ii'p
viewed by several of our citizens, w ho Mabry Harrell, Seeber Edwards and source" provision of the revenue act I' young lady, a daughter of Mr. and almost dally to have their name R en- A. A. Durden was transacting business i
sister Miss Eva motored to Lid a ke tered the and ta ke athe in Starke Tuesday. ;,
deplored the occurrence and wonder ed whlch..nqulrea that reports must be Mrs. Frank Brannen, of Lake Bu tier. upon register
Butler Friday. meal two mayhap spend I The Community Cinema Shows are \
ardThe happy young couple will reside or or ,
what deep grief could have caus e Joe Harrell, of LaCrosse, was vii itmade by all persons, trustees, gumlana at High Springs, and their many night there. In town this week and the picturesare a J'I
the rash action. ing here Monday. fiduciaries, and by partnershG. )],I ips, friends,wish them all happiness. Times have been lively of la very -much enjoyed. '
The next question was to find t he Mrs. T. S. Willis and Mrs. N. personal service corporations and or- ______ the sheriff officers and several tostills E. Illcki, of Hampton, was transacting .
relatives, of the deceased. Inform a. Hayes were shopping in Worthingl lon ganizatlons, of payments to otl ere ANOTHER STILL FOUNDor have been captured and the oper tors business in Starke MIonday.Dep .
tlon'about them was very vague. 1 Ie Saturday. during the year 1920 of $1,000 arrested by Sheriff Epperson and J. F. Johnson, who Is engaged In the Ilever
had told Mr. Inman that he had a 'Willard Raborn and Malcolm II ara more. separate return of infor maOne day last week Sheriff Eppe:son uty Baisden. These officers will Jllree turpentine business In South Florida I
half-brother in Wauchula and t'naifsisters 110'0 rell were visitors to Worthington on tion for each employee whose sal ary and Deputy Balsden went about t have cause to complain that'the time is spending this week with his family f

in. New York eta te. Sunday. is 11,000 or more is required of sm- miles west of Lawtey to Wash Ore nn'. passes slowly for them, for each still here. '
place, ':and found a sixty-gallon' ket- captured another will be started.ATTENTION Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swlndel attend /
Whether the half-brother's ,name was ployers. The return must show the I I
THE REVIVAL tie and five barrels of mash. This was ed the funeral of Mrs. Swindel's nephew -
also Turbueh, was not known. N Ir. name and address of each reap:lent
Jones put himself in communicati In and the amount paid. destroyed and Green was brough t t to Mr. Broughton. of Graham. Mon
Ili I .. The revival services going on at 1 1 1lid he jail. He later gave bond of $600 for. day. Iiiuca'
Wauchu
with the chief of,police of These information returns wi itch I
Baptist church, conducted by I! his appearance before Judjr.* Ore m. All members of the Farmers E< J.: V. Jones was transacting business -
and this accommodating officer c weji are filed with the commissioner of Ne 609 in Stark 1 .
list Henderson and Rev. Law, are Jn.C Lionel 1 and Co-operative<< Union '. Tuesday .
not rest before he bed ,found out t hat attended and promise to do a great tarsal Revenue at; Washington.D., JUDGE KELLY APPOINTED. are requested to be at meeting!: Feb. I J. F. Houser, our real estate agent t..t
the man' name is Alden Hilton, not deal of good. These able and earn,est! are carefully checked with the rotInof urns 12th. We are taking orders for seed has recently been transacting bu I- "
"of Wauchula but of Bradentown. I preachers are winning their way individual income. If John Doe> Judge J. R. Kelly of this city last sweet corn and fertilizers. in Starke. '
Mr. Hilton was communicated wi th to the hearts of the people. The, in' who has received tisalary of $1,,,000 Tuesday received notice from <:}ov. GEO. WCIMANN: ,,., G. W. Hinson was transacting bus. 14"14"nell'
by wire and arrived in Starke WE!d' terest in the services is enhanced by or more during 'the year 1920, has Harde of his appointment a* S tate: Seers tary. iness in Starke Tuesday, III ti

nesday morning. Final arrangemerwere beautiful singing, which in the belch '''In failed to report; this payment in his Attorney for this, the Third Jud Idol
then made for the funeral, whi ning was supplanted by the solos of personal return, he will hear from the Circuit, vise H. S. Caldwell, rest fi ned. I BAPTISTThe i
was held Wednesday afternoon, R David Lander, pastor of the Fresh,y' No one should neglect to ten d revenue ties at once. He was the cholc terian church, officiating. The int these meetings while they last If Thousands of delinquents have been the voters for this office at the Preaching at Heilbronn church Satand- m, L. L. King, suet; J. T. Quigley,
ment was in Crosby cemetery.ST. you have not been present before ben discovered and penalties and taxes *K* I'I mary last year by an ning urday, Saturday night, Sunday first assistant.' 'I'
sure to come tonight (Friday) and i grcgating hundreds of thousand I of majority, hence the appolntmen't; Is Sunday night, Feb. 12th and 18tion. tho; Evangelist E. M. Henderson preaches t .
MARK'S joy, besides the preaching, the ex:el- dollars have been collected as the resure to give universal satlsfacl; Preaching every second Sunda and at 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. .. !a
lent program to be presented by the 1 suit of this audit. But for the resignation of Mr. C kid- Saturday before in each month. AllS Every night, including Friday, Feb. f' !,
There will b--; services at St. choir. well Judge: Kelly would not have, bee invited. 8th, will be a service at 7:30: p. m., .;
Mark's Episcopal church next 3 u,n- The services will continue all ni eat RANDOLPH gun his official duties until next I Sep REV. J. T. TnOMA. Evangelist Henderson In charge of the L ":

day, but there will be Lenten servic es week, beginning promptly at 7:80 p. tember, when he would undoubt,edly A' P asor. preaching and Pastor Law In charge j ,
on Friday evening m. 11 o'clock Sunday, Feb. 13, t;ain have been appointed to the OffiCE I by of the music.
time. Subject, "Triumphant CltianKy. risGOT.. Hardee. unquestionably make a splendid I Ifiten' state B. T. P. U. 6:30: p. m. I.t I
Paul E. Cunova. Sr., returned Si tt- Col. A. V. Long, of Palatka, was ." A cordial invitation is I.nd' er Judge Kelly Is one of the most ,i attorney for t.hl. judicial clr' lt. We Choir practice, 8:80: Wednesday. f ,
urday afternoon from a business t rig here Wednesday' and Thursday attei tended''to all. ial of men, with a host of friends,, lie congratulate him upon his aps 101 ntBLANCIIARD D. LAW, '< I : ;

to Tennessee. 1 ling to business R. D. BOWER,. I mad a splendid county judge and will ment-MadlRon Enterrlee. Pastor. l, I


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FACE Ell.HT BRADFOKU COlTNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1921
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riitl' ; -.,Waldo where he went to secure med- 'I. Wiley Keller of New River, was Henry Varnes, of Johnstown, was a I'Sunday

+ .. ical treatment. His many' friends are in town Friday. visitor here Tuesday.U' Miss Gertrude Harvey, of Jacksonville -

' 'p glad to know that he is somewhat Im I Ben Duke of Five Mile, was transacting RAIFORD spent a few days of last week

J proved. I business here Saturday. with Mr. and Mrs. A, H, Warren.

News Items Master Percy Woodard has return i Mr and Mrs. Renfroe, of New River Raiford Feb. 11.-Brady Rosier returned Jasper Brown, of Sampson, and
County Starke after few visitors lallt' daughter, spent'Sunded Jere with Mr.
ed home from a were pleasant to town home Monday night, after **
; bMr
Jack
and Mrs GoodgeV1
=-=- days visit there with relatives. week:; spending a few days in Jacksonville. '
Mr. and Mrs. ]I. E. Moorer are receiving Oulter Boyd, of Worthington, was Pauline Jones returned to her home and Mrs. J. IL Brown spent

liJrf itntar..tlnS Fact Gathered During the Week br Our congratulations over the arrival shopping in town last week at Macclenny Friday after visiting Saturday afternoon in Brooker'shop-

i Refular Correspondent. K of 9 daughter, born Feb. 2nd. Messrs. Wilshire and O. B. Brooks, her uncle and (aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. ping.
D. Andrews.J. Bertie Thomas who has
Miss
This little lady has been named Annie /,lof Providence, motored to Lake Butler spent
P. Jones, of Jacksonville, was in eight months teaching school at Crest-
Saturday. ,
. Lyne1LMile
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-I I town Monday view is home on a visit for several
Crews, of Long Bridge, was a Messrs and Wainwright of
i, BROOKER'1 some set of health posters presented Hayes Miss Dora Johnson returned home weeks.

r It .'---.1 I by the anti-tuberculosU association.. visitor here during last week.. Starke,-were in town Tuesday official Sunday after spending several days Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Gatlin, of

.Brooker.- Ieb. 11,-H. S. Warren 1 I Program for the Tip Top Literary W. W. Packham, one of our success business. In Lawtey.- Starke attended church at,Dedan lalltSunday.

k': the weekend with his family. society for this afternoon: ful farmers, has been the first man in The "' 'man'. Club met Monday af Joe Johnson and Annie Mae Andes .

rpcnt of Willeford spent I Song No. 7. our community to ship two crates of ternoon at the club house. A regular son were visitors to Starke Sunday af Mr. and Mrs. Ben Polk, of Starke,
+ E. T. Stewart,
I that is of strawberries during last week. ternoon: spent Saturday and Sunday here with
homefolks. I Debate, Resolved money business meeting was held. The Improvement -
:the weekend with ,' moro benefit to man than education. Messrs. C. A. Youngblood and S. committee was appointedby Mrs..White, of Ocala is the guest the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
was in Starke Monday.
B. F. Hazen Ralph B. Woodard were visitors to Brooklyn of her daughter; Mrs. W. U. Andrews. 6 .Fowler.
Ardell Crosby,
An-. Affirmative, the town council to"act as trustees
Reddish
and filled his
Messrs. Chester of Sampson,
Saturday. Myrtle Hood of Jacksonville, is visiting Rev. Crosby;
lazcn. Negative, Lcta Fogg, Veda of Della cemetery and $SO were given ,
4, dreu and Maxie Kelly, of New River, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mersey, of friends here. appointment at Dedan Sunday.
pent Sunday afternoon here: Watson. Wateroak section visitors to the club from the council for John Hollingsworth Marguerite An Harris Stokes, of Willeford, spent

Inez Abernathy spent Sunday with Recitation, :Ella Mae Ilaren. the were the the cemetery fund. The following ladies draws, Dewey: Hollingsworth, Myrtle the week-end with his family.
and Sunday at
Saturday night
her cousin, Rosa Surrency, of Pine Reading, Rhoda Brown. home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey.Mr. are 'the trustees, Mrs. Seeber Hood; Willie Dowling, Beulah Mann, O. W. Thomas is on the sick list
RilL Juke.Lucile, Harrell and Ray An- King:, Mrs. P. M. Padgett.: Clarice Dowling were visitors to the this week.
and Mrs: D. W. Moore and and'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren attended -
Pick McGill children -
Mr. and county seat Sunday.
Hill
p' MRS! Vera Surrency, of Pine dl"\.l..
I' with rely Ullen's daughter. daughter, Daisy, were among the visitors of Jacksonville, are .the guestsof Wilbur Scott, of Starke, was in our ; .church at Wedan Saturday. ,
last Wednesday here Play, Lora
spent to Brooklyn Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Arch McGill. town Tuesday afternoon. Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown attended
4 fives Song. Mrs.' Adam Kalch and children church at Dedan Sunday.
and Shelton Loadholtz, of Ft. Meade, Eury Sapp and Eustls Crews were
Several from here attended the party of Palatka, were visitors recent- visitors to Lake City during the week.N. Mr. and Mrs. John Baxter, of

given at the home of Mrs. Jno. FIVE MILE ly at,the home of her parents, Mr. and was Matilda the Crews guest last of week.his mother' Mrs. T. Bitch, of Starke, was in town Brooker,; attended 'services at Dedan
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ColBon of Pine Hill, Thursday night. Mrs. T. B. Trlest I Tuesday. Sunday.
r Five Mile :Feb. 11.-Mr. 'and Mrs. Noble Armstrong, of Gainesville, Harris Stokes has moved his familyto
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dyal, of I , Mrs. L._W. Baylor, of Brooklyn, wasa W. II. Andrews was a visitor to
herewith T. II. Rimes of Worthington, were spent a-lew days with his parents, Stark'Thursday afternoon. Willeford.\ Their many friends
the weekend ,
Plant City, apent home of Mr. and Mrs. '
visitor the
f ,t and while here attended guests of -Mr and Mr,' P. P. Dekle at Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Armstrong. Rev. Major, of Lake Butler, filled wish' t. all.lucceas. ....
friends
I week.
Tuesday afternoon: II. E. Moorer last Mr and Mrs. O. W. Blaine are visiting his appointment here at the Methodist W. Tyler made' a trip to Worthington -
church at New Hope. Starke will fill
a Rev. Williams, of Sunday.
their Orlando Maines of church Sunday.
j Mann Gf Mldwsy.was a business son, ,
I Alvin demons and Lee and Fred Lee his regular appointment at the Chris- Mounteocha. Chester Andrea. of New River,
Greene Sunday afternoon .bere visitor here Tuesday, ., In- Sunday afternoon at Brooker.
spent Ion church Sunday. Everybody spent
Ardell Drawdy returned from :Kathleen Miss Barringer, left Monday afternoon DOBSOX
; with friends. vited to attend.. Mrs Ida Goodge was numbered on
for her home in North Carolina.D. '
H. P. Gainey and family, ,last week. Koon of Waldo : the sick list last week.
MellIIQI. Mr. and Mrs. Jim : Dobson Feb. 11.Judson Hurst '
J. Dekle of Lake Butler, W. Borum spent Sunday with woodsawing heldat
Mrs. T. and was
L. R. Gainey and family, D. W. Hazen were visitors during the week-end at and brother made a business trip to party
is, arid attended church at New and Mr.; B. L. Duke and children were homefolks. the home of Mr.; and Mrs-D.'L: Q.
family the home of her parents, Mr.; and Mrs. Lake Butler Saturday.
; } Hope Sunday. guests of Mrs. P. P. Dekle Thursday. J. P. Padgett. Miss Della Colson, 01 Coleman spent Rev. Lawn Thornton, of f Manning, Green. Thursday night and was attended -
Math Dukes and Marcus Dekle visited ? the week-end with Mrs D. W. Borum. by a large number of young.
I .. Allen Greene, of Pine Hill, was in Messrs. S. B. Woodard and C. A. filled his apopintment at Mann Sun 't
folks
relatives and friends in Lake But- W. C. Townsend is convalescent to
town Saturday. Youngblood; were transacting business day.Mr. Mr. atiuy/Mrs. F. S. Fowler and Mr.
let Thursday evening. the delight of his many friends. and Mrs Johnnie Irobbs of
Truman Thomas, of ,
: Mr. and Mrs. in Hampton Monday and Mrs/ Dan Polk attended church
Ziff, were attending to business here J. M. Mott, of Lake Butler, was a I Johnnie Williamson, of White Mrs II. L. Sprinkle and son, Henry Manning, were guests of her parents at Dedan Sunday.
visitor here Friday. motored to Reddick Monday.Mr. Saturday and Sunday.
business ,
attended services ,at
Saturday. usual visit here Eyan Hodge
> Springs, made his
I J. W. L, Pinholster of Pine Hill, Mrs. P. P. Dekle and daughter, Nor- Sunday. and Mrs. Pretorious, of States- Roman Addison and Carlos Gordon, Dedan Sunday. ."
of Raiford visitors to John Denmark
were
+ was in town Saturday. ma, were shopping in Dukes Satur boro, left Wednesday after a pleasant W. W. Brown made a business tripto
; P. M. Geiger has sold his stock of Sunday. 11 _
visit with friends Brooker FrWay.
: Rev. Moody, of LaCrosse, was in day. Clarence Dobbs, of 'Plant City is j
: town Saturday. William Cone, M. L. McKinney and goods to J. C. Herrlngton, of Palatka, Dr. Smith, of North Carolina, was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Joe Prayer meeting ,at Dedan church

;'I', Dr. Tribble and Rev. Wilson, of LaCrosse Paul Edcnfield, of Lake Butler, were and he will conduct the' business in a pleasant visitor to Lake Butler Mon Dobbs. every Saturday afternoon at three
the future. We welcome Mr. and Mr,. o'clock. Everybody invited.
Saturday.
were attending to business In here on business Misses Pearlie Stafford Amanda '
: town last week. t Dr. J. E. Maines and J. L. Smith, Herrington to our Ilttle"town,-: day.Charlie and Tuck Tomlinson, of Wiggins and Myrtis Roberts, of Ba- The farmers'of our section are busy

a our Mrs. S.J., Kelly is on the sick list of Lake Butler, were looking after We are sorry to report that Mrs. Johnstown, were visitors to town on ker county, attended services at Mann preparing their land for crops

this week. i business interests here Friday.G. G. M. Bennett is ill with pneumonia. Sunday. Sunday. .
G. Johnson Her many friends wish her a speedy a Messrs. Owen Greene, Albert Stafford MAKING CRATES
L. of Gainesville
i Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter W. Johnson and _' I Mr. Blitch. was
each gave a dance last week In honorof recovery. guest of A. E. Proctor, Sunday afternoon Jesse Wiggins and Johnnie
Ona Rita left Saturday for a Snaking
Hurst attended services at Mann Sun- Cooper & Snellgrove are now -
C. A. Youngblood made a business
Julia Johnson
stay in Gainesville, where they will their cousin, 'Miss knock-down crates as well as laths
Both well attended and greatly trip. to the county metropolis Satur Dekle'of Five Mile, visitedhis day.Raiford
} reside in the future. were .Marcus Brannen of Palestine was and broom handles. The first 500

Mrs. Jno. Shriver, Lewis and Marguerite enjoyed by those present. day.The grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. S. S. the guest of his sister, Mrs. Judson crates were ordered by C. S. Durling.The .

I Shriver, Mends. Warreen and Charlie Cone and Rance Thomas, of farmers of our section are get- Proctor, Sunday. Hurst, Sunday. material being straight-grained

Lee were visiting in Bradford section Midway, were business visitors here ting things in readiness for planting O. E. S. chapter met Tuesday afternoon Messrs. Frank ,Dobbs, Charlie Shaw cypress, is lighter than pine, which

Monday. d : Saturday.B. their next crop. at the Masonic Hall. and Dennis Mann motored over to makes a difference now when express

J.. J. J. Morgan and family attended L. Duke, of Lake Butler, spent Dr. Middleton, of Starke, had sev Kirke'and Julian Dekle, of Five Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. charges are so high.
eral calls in our community during Addison Carlos Fordon The crate stuff is sawed from the
Roman and
church at New Hope Sunday. the week-end with his family here Mile, visited relatives in Lake Butler
the other material
slabs left from so
r
last week.
attended services Sunday. ,
$ A. B. Surrency was in here Monday Miss Mae Duke delightfully enter- Tuesday.
The many friends of Mrs. ,A. B. AI Mann and John Denmark made a that now nothing is wanted but the
\ ,i : enroute to Starke. tained a few friends' at Rook Friday McGilray are glad to know that she Marvin Duggar, Russell Varnes and busines strip to Raiford Saturday. squeal from the saw. Messrs. Cooper
Drs. Noble and Allen, of Jacksonville evening. Rev. Warren Coffin of Jehnstown, attended & Snellgrove aim to supply all crate
Is illness of
I improving after
are here doing dental work this Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Long and son, an several church in Lake Butler Sunday ZIFF stuff used for strawberries, corn, etc;,

week. Morris, motored to Gainesville Thurs' days evening. - in this section, and we hope they wiU

Miss Veda Watson spent Wednesday day.. Lee Burrows, of Starke; was a business A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday in Ziff, Feb. 11.-Services were 'hel be met with a good patronage.

1 I with friends in Pine lIill. Miss Julia Johnson returned to her visitor here Monday. Sapp. at Dedan Saturday and Sunday by the .

Mrs. Connelly, of Cooter Pond, il I home in Baker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard went to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Surrency, of pastor, Rev. Crosby, of Sampson. .. "I Lost: My Best Customers Through

:; visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. Lillie Wilson, of Orlando, is Graham Monday to attend the funeralof Brooker, were shopping in Lake But- Raleigh Waldron of Bay Lake, spent' Rats" Writes J. Adam.
Harry Broughton, who was laid to Sunday here visiting friends.
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Saturday visiting her mother, Mrs. J, C. Gain ler Saturday "Used to have the busiest restaurant -,
". rest in Mt. Sinai cemetery Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and children in town until news spread that
; shopping Alachua. afternoon. Peatro Tomasella visited friends at spent last week end at Midway,
ey.Messrs the kitchen infested with rats
Willie Connelly and sister Jewel, Henry Douglass, of Midway Monticello last week. guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. O was ;
lost lot of best customers until
a
of. Cooter Pond, spent Saturday and and Dred Douglass, of Worth LAKE BUTLER Mr. Merritt, of New River, was a Dennison.Mr. I tried RAT m SNAP.) Haven't a pest

Sunday here visiting relatives. Iington, were business visitors here! pleasant caller to Lake Butler Saturday and Mrs. J. S. Forsyth and son, in the place, now. Restaurants should ri

S. A. Bryan, of Starke;was in here Monday.Mr. Lake Butler, Feb. 11-The Woman' J. W., of Brooker, attended church at use RAT SNAP." 8 sizes S5c, 66c

one day last week.L. and Mrs. J. D. Goodman, of Club met Monday afternoon and next Mrs. C. L. Varnes, of Johnstown, Dedan Sunday. $1.25. Sold and guaranteed: by D. C.:

\ A. Brown was attending to business ) Lake Butler, were guests of Mr. and Tuesday was appointed for the cem were guests of Mrs. S. S. Proctor on Miss Ocella Thomas of Cooter Pond, Jones, Startfe.. -Adv.
in Alachua Saturday. Mrs. P. P. Dekle Monday; Dekle spent last week-end, guest of her
etery working at cemetery. Tuesday.Mr. .
Little Iris Brown the sick William and W.' O. Roberts were friends Misses Lomie and Alva Thom
I was on S. S. Proctor spent Wednesday in and Mrs. J. C. Rosier, of San
list part of last week but ii is now able here on business Monday. as.Miss To Cure a Cold In One Day .
derson
Dekle Jacksonville. were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Lomie Thomas and brother, Take. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE(Tablets tt
;, to be'at school again Marcus, Kirke and Julian Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines have recovered S. S. proctor Tuesday. Ellery attended the convention at hope the Cough mat Hndeclie and workn'+ all the
daughter in Dukes Monday. Cold. E.W.CROVE1" lUuatura DB....:. Ux. Site.
Mrs. Shaw
Bryant and were shopping .
1 from a severe attack. of the M. M. Hale, of Worthington, was Graham the 5th Sunday.
Elma spent Saturday and Sunday at P. P. Dekle and sons, Kirke and grippe. in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thigpen,and

,1: I i Dukes. Julian, were business visitors to Lake There wjll be a cemetery! workingat William Croft, of Lulu was a business daughter, Mildred, wrer guests of Mr.

.-,, I A. A. Hazen was attending to official Butler Tuesday. _____ S I the Dekle cemetery on Feb. 15th, visitor to Lake Butler Wednes- and Mrs. J. B. Thomas"- Million Packets Of

t 1 duties in Starke Monday. .. n and everyone interested in this work i I Misa Rhoda Thomas returned home Flower Free
Seeds
I'I' I Mr. and Mrs. W. Baxter, of Gainesville HIGHLAND requested to be present I day.Messrs.. Go. W. Dorms, O. F. Sunday after two weeks' visit near .- .

t spent a few days here with relatives Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular I Downs, W. C. Downs, L. D. Lawhon, Ocala. We believe Io flowers around the
W' i last week. Highland, Feb. 11.-Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison, of
I visitorsto appointment., at the state farm Sun- L. C. Jones, representatives of the. Midway homes of the South. Flowers brighten:
business are receiving congratulationsover
II. B. Hudson ,
I were I Op the home surroundings ,and give
: Little Vera Gainey was on the sick View Co.
Keystone of P. 1C. stenographic
the arrival of born Feb.
a son
Jacksonville Thursday; and Friday. day.T. pleasure and satisfaction to those who
a list last week but is greatly improved.. George H. Barker, of Meredith H. Rimes, of Miller brought a Europeans. pave them.

I, Mrs. Emma Gary Lee gave a lecture Wednesday here with" friend fine lot of hogs to town last week fcr'' P. P., Dekle, of Five Mile, was in 3rd.Mr.. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and We have filled more than a million
spent
I here Sunday night on China. relatives. shipment. town Tuesday to pay his taxes. children spent Sunday near Louise, packets of seeds, of beautiful yet
I and
Mrs. Marion Osteen, or Arno, spent Miss Ollie Mar rand J. I. Marr visIted Misses .Norma Dekle visited her Jack Murphy, of Guilford, was in guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs easily grown flowers to be given to J tour
hi last week here with her mother, Mrs home at Five Mile Saturday. town Tuesday Sam Pons. customers this spring .for the l lWouldn't
Emily Abbott who has been sick for relative. at Starke Friday. Miss Lucile Varnes spent Saturdayand Mrs. Rance and Ancil Parrish and Mr. and Mrs., H. D. May and children beautifying of their homes.
J. J. Byrd of Maxvllle was transacting you like to have five
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q of Cyril passed through
our
several days busines .here Friday.N. Sunday with relatives at Johns Mrs. Charlie Thomas were business packets of beautiful flowers treat
Dr. Bishop, of Gainesville, made a town visitors to town Tuesday. burg Sunday. YOU CAN GET THEMI I Hastings' ,,
T. Marr went to Raiford Friday J. B. Thomas was a business visitorto
professional call hue Sunday morn Mrs Whit Reaves, of Worthington, was Charles Smith, of New River, wasa 1121 catalog Is a 116-page handsomely
for's visit with his daughter Graham Friday.Ziff .
Ing.airs.. Illustrated seed book with twenty
in town Monday on business. visitor to town Thursday. .
school closed last
Richard Lee. Friday aftera beaatltiil pates; snowing the finest varieties
Rosetta Osteen, of High SpringsIs Roy Lord of Jacksonville, was the Joseph Crew. and son, were in town P. M. Padgett spent Thursday in I successful term of five months by la their true natural colors.

I here spending the week with her guest of George Parker Thursday and Monday on business.Bill I Jacksonville.Mr. Miss Vera Surrency. It Is full of helpful garden; flower and

mother, Mrs, Emily Abbott. Andrews, of Midway, was a I and Mrs. Wm. Welch, of New "< Misses Lomie and Alva Thomas farm Information that Is aeeded Is a

t Mr. and Mrs G. B. Colson and little Friday.II. Cs W'lmberly.Jr: and T J. Terry business visitor to Lake Butler Mon I River, were shopping in town Tues spent Tuesday near Clayno, guests of every home, and, too the catalog tells ,
I yon how to get these flower seeds absolutely
eon. Bessie, spent Sunday with the day. I Mrs. Vests Litchfield.

latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Springs, of Saturday Lawtey, and motored were guests to High of L. J. Knight,'of LaCrosse, motoredto ., day.Lonnie Drlggers, of Providence, Mrs. R. P. Lewis was among those Write tree.for our im catalog now.xltla :
crews: numbered on the sick list last week.
( Lake Butler Monday. motored the .
while to Lake Butler Thursday. finest most valuable and b autlful
friends there.
Quite a number attended church at I Miss Ollie Marr and.J.'I. Marr vis Math Stokes, of Miller, was a business Mr. and Mrs. Douberly motored to tended Miss church Edna Baxter at Dedan, of LaCrosse. at- seed book ever published and t'c'
Dedan Sunday. visitor here Monday. Lake Butler from Sunday.Mr. yon win be mighty; glad you've got It. l,
Mints for visit with her brother, O New River Friday. .
v a and Mrs. Varnon Nutall of There Is no obligate: -. !? boy any !I\\
Chesley of Graham in Tuck Andrews of Dukes, trans Bruce
Fogg, was was Warren of
W. Marr. Worthington war Palm Beach
are spending a while thing. Just ask for the.catalog. '
i town Sunday afternoon. Messrs. C.: M. Click and T. W. Byrdof acting business in Lake Butler Mon a business visitor to Lake Butler Fri here with their sister, Mrs. Nita Dyal. H. O. HASTINGS CO.. SEEDSMEN.- \i.(

Math Waadm. of Graham was hereon Jacksonville, were transacting business day.R.. day.W Eugene Crosby, of Brooker, was in ATLANTA. 6A., ;
1 business ,Wednesday. here Thursday J. Andrews, of Five Mile, was a H. Shallar and sons, Ceo. and this section Sunday. "i.6

r Misses Grace and Leta Fogg spent business visitor to town Monday Onnie, of Providence,motored to Lake Ellery Thomas attended church at

the week-end at Graham TRERESSA Joseph Williams of Providence, was Butler last week. Dedan Sunday.

Uncle Charlie Wilson has been real in town Monday greeting friends. Casper Duncan, o{ Gainesville, was Menzie Groovar, of Graham, was 1886 1 'j

.ick for the past two weeks but is I Theresa, Feb. 11.-Mrs. E. F. Har- Rance Andrews and Mr. Mlselle, of the Week-end guest of Ms parents. visiting friends in this section Sun-

lowly improving. dee and children of Hampton were Raiford, were looking after businessin Mr and Mrs. L. A. Duncan. day. ___

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Litchfieldand guests of her father, A.: Sullivan, a town Monday.Bud Joe Nessmith and sons, of Miller, WATERMiLLWatermill n DAVISINSURANCE-

little daughter/: of Gainesville few days last week. McLeod, of Miller, was looking were in town Friday looking after 1

pent the week-end here with Mr. and Dr. W. E. Middleton and Miss Ad- after business in town Monday. I business.A Feb. 11,-Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. C. F. Litehfield. die Baisden,. of Starke, made a bUillnell' Rev. Robert Parnell, of Bell spent very interesting study of the Berrie Dyal, of Sampson City, epent

Mrs. T. Lewis and children of Wtltoford call to our town Tuesday after Saturday evening in Lake Butler and I Sunday school lessons will be taken up I Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Jack

e were week-end visitors herewith noon. accompanied Rev. Proctor to the state in the mid-week prayer meeting at Goodge.

t, relatives. R. M. Hersey was a visitor to farm Sunday. the Baptist church. AH are urged to Miss Alva Thomas, of Vanderbilt,

Dr. Tribble. or' LaCrosse made a Hampton last Week. James Pierce, of Palestine, wajjn be presents spent the week-end here with her pars STARKE 1

professional call here Thursday. I S. B. Woodard was. a visitor to the Lake Butler Monday looking after Uncle Billie Roberts, of Five Mile, ants Mr and Mrs. O. W. Thomas. J

Several new. scholars have been n county metropolis Wednesday. business. was greeting friends in Lake Butler Misses Edith Warren Veda Watson

rolled in the school here m t. Wesley .Hersey
Brooker school won the prise for few 'flays last week with relatives Lake Butler Monday. Mrs. E .R. Poppell and children, of home attended Thursday the party night.at D. J. O. Green's Omws TIISlf''t-li cMO Tewhrvfa

selling the most Red Cross Xmas I here.P.. OIl r.Brown. of Jacksonvile, was a Starke, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodges and Hty.o4. joergy br pmitrtee! sadrvcicblml

seals per-capita.- -The prize i.-a.band1 --- .i M. Geiger has returned from visitor to Lake Butler recently. H?Tomlinaoh last week. children attended church at Dedan ; stag, lo""t.UM bkxxL Yes! can. t'rioo-SooS txlit. ftno*v*
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Irv' HOG FEEDING EXPERIMENTS Efforts are always made to secure collected-killed while trespassing on J I. T3arae Sweet H0111e",1 .

p'I J come reputable speaker to address the the railroad track, for trains do not '#' .

I There is no one in Florida who does' gathering on various local problems." often leave the track to run down SL:T';

hot realize that swine growing is an Prof. McQuarrie'a speaking to this stock in neighboring fields '- : "
that's the
important branch of our livestock In- community was a result of vthe activ- "The Atlantic Coast Line meat bill music Ibrm ::)w

1 dustry. As late as 1907 there were ity of the farm bureau organization.Mr. during 1917 was $113,587.11; during ,

R Xfjr purebred hogs In the state, only Blake has given this as a typical 1918, $213,593.45; during 1919, $265- "

? two or.three herds. It was, however, instance where desirable results were 278.96 and during the first two months ; IT WAS a. rotten night AND WATCHING my wife. ':,

the beginning of our swine Industry.One accomplished. It is safe to assume of 1920, $89,568.20. During the period . "KNITTIN .

of the first herds of purebred that where the people are so alive to mentioned this road paid out $632-. RAINWINDmudalush.. . QUIETLY. . *..away.: ,,
doing things, other things have been 027.67 of your dollars' and dollars
my
: hogs in the state was owned by the I AND AFTER a hard day IN THE firelight
Florida Experiment Station These, done and will :yet be done. The farm without deriving any benefits there- . . .

were used mainly for conducting feed I bureau I is functioning; it has come to from. -4 IT MADE m. sore. AND Leard the rain. ;0,. "
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'' stay. "This III! the meat bill of one rail- 'r" '
ing experiments. I i 1 TO GET all dolled up. BEAT AT the win dews. ." ... ,(
c It was necessary in the of this purebred hog industry( to conduct 'i I COUNTY ORGANIZES Southern lines-think of"the fearful JUST TO go calling. AND THE winter wind. ,,' v, ,"'

P extensive and well planned experiments COUNTY FARM BUREAU economic waste-think of the carelessness . . ,.. ,. .; 'I' ,
I I ON A pair of flsb.I HOWL AROUND. ", : iii '
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to test out all various Florida I which permitted the runninga :
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t+f grown feeds. Among the first to Possibly the enthusiastic farm tlarge and the killing of the live- I NEVER could see. AND I stretched out. vv-. :;

r v. be tested was the velvet bean. The !bureau meeting in Florida was held stock represented in the payment of . < ;" *

t results of the experiment showed that ,!,iSn Palm Beach county Saturday, Jan. the huge sums mentioned above. Dur- BUT ORDERS Is order IN THE d. chair. ... .;- <':IJf y.,, .
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"' hard be produced but 29th. Representatives from eight com- ing the three and two months' V '
good pork can years FROM FRIEND wife- TOOK UP,a book. ::'
not as economically as with other munity councils of that county met at period mentioned trains operated by . . .r' ";.T' .+:\I. '..

r feeds. Cassava was another feod that West Palm Beach for the purpose of this company killed 362 horses and I. AND "GEE," I said. LIT. ONE of those cigarettes '... .,. A,'P't.r; .

had to be worked up fully and carefully county organization. The meeting was mules, 12,978 cattle, 20,600 hogs and ," . > .,.: {,; tE ,

to ascertain its value as a pork presided over by County"Agent R. A. pigs, and 1,868 sheep, goats and dog ."lr.4", "THISI8abumUfe.: . THAT 8ATISFY. . ," '., :" ''.I'',..ka 9.;..,:;!:"

producer. This likewise proved to be Conkling. I "This is one of the items of expense .I '" THEN THE phone rang. AND SAID "Ob. Man. X '.,". ;"'\ '
leas economical than other feeds rais- | After the work of organization had I which must be taken ,into consideration ,J. . . ,.
been completed Mr. Price the president AND THE party was oft. IT'S A great old life.
ed here. Dasheens have also been in arriving at the cost of opera- . . .
I called on the delegates from the tion and in the of and
tented and found unprofitable as a hog fixing freight I CLIMBED out quick. '

feed. Peanuts have been put to the different councils to tell of the work passenger ratl'll; so you see you do . *. a great life, all right-some-

a test. The results from peanuts have 'I which had been accomplished in their pay your portion of the bill. FROM THE soup and fish. I IT'S But in fair weather or foul

been good, though, as a rule, the hogs various sections. Judging from the "Will you not help us and help yourself you've got: a lean-to if you've got

> fed on them alone produce either soft [reports, Palm Beach county has already by bringing this matter to the attention 20 for 20 cents INTO. THE. easy. clothes. Chestwnelds-they It's all in the way we always blend"Satisfy.these,fine

,;-. or oily pork, making it somewhat undesirable |[ been greatly benefitted by the of those individuals in your in mlr.tlght paekfff AND SAT by the fire. Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. And

Jt for finishing and packing farm bureau. Possibly the most active community who permit their stock to Mma obtminmbl in round 0 mind you-the "Sntlsfy-blend" cans
!., report was given by the representative fiaeaf50acuam-/ed. 'i TOASTING MY toes be copied
purposes. I feed on the railway right-of-way? . .
J, Bulletin 141 of the Florida Experi-., from Salerno. Urge that proper care and supervision
.. merit Station gives extensive data on The meeting was addressed by State be given domestic animals' in order J Ve

f. definite,lines of feeding. But the most j President L. M. Rhodes, District that they may live and a maximum

J'; notable advance in hog feeding work I j Agent E. W. Jenkins and Assistant profit be derived from them instead of

has been published in bulletin 157.J I State Home Demonstration Agent the rest of us being taxed to pay for

, Herein is shown, for the first time in Ilari ictt B. Layton. their owners' .negligence." '

the annals of hog feeding history, how 0 QO JtC O

r much the pork of hogs has been increased I FIFTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF A FINE SHOWING FOR FLORIDA t

I *,"; in hardness by certain feeds POTATOES o

and how much it has been decreased
State Treasurer J. C. Luning's an-
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in hardness by certain other feeds. I 'If there is one crop above all oth nual report for 1920 shows a balancein

I; This bulletin shows that in one case ers to which the soil of'Clay county the state treasury o$2,270,950.98..

;, the feeding of peanuts for 44 days decreased is .most admirably suited it is sweet The total expenditures for' 1920 were

+ the melting point of fat by potatoes. Besides producing exceptionally less than the total receipts' by $425

:i, 9.9 degrees; the feeding of corn, large yields the potatoes are 05152. The total cash brought for-

r.'' shorts and peanut meal with skimm ilk of excellent flavor and possess fine ward at the beginning of l'920 was ____ _.
; for 44 days raised the 'melting point j keeping qualities. This has been an 182589996. The state is therefore I---- n ---- --.-- -

;", \'t' of fat by 7.& degrees. If a method I open secret for many years and following piling up cash above its needs, approximately -I, "!!lIck," but always. Pasco-.We shall be proud of the exhibit I S. C. Crews was a business visitor
could be devised by which with our out its policy of rational and able to play football send
I, half a million dollars an- we. to the South' Florida to Starke Saturday.S. ,
MB\ present feeds and'hog8 we could produce practical farm methods the Florida nually. He gambled with other en loyes. fair. M. Johns killed a mad dog Saturday -

f ,'f hard pork instead of soft pork, Farms & Industries Co. are arrangingto From a standpoint of the state as a He missed so many customers that afternoon. '

I ti' there would be a saving to the state put In five hundred acres of these whole this is a fine showing. From an extra man had to follow him and Holmes-Many farmers are preparing Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason were bus;'

f of millions of dollars. The system next month. Already five thousand the standpoint of the taxpayer It indicates check up. their land for another,crop Many mess visitors to Lake Butler Saturday -.

: 'fl fl.,,'. suggested in this bulletin promises to bushels of seed have been bedded and need for a tax reduction somewhere lie was cruel to horses. f home gardens have recently been .
: be just what we need. the beds wil )furnish ample slips for He P. II. Welch \li his building
I amounting. fifty cents for was a good talker but a poor planted. finishing
I). i,"' Copies of bulletin 157, or any other sticking this large acreage. The Eastern every man, woman, and child in the :. listener. ---- this week.

\ ,;I 1' experiment station bulletin, may be market demands what Is knownas He had to be told the same thing every Putnam-The outlook for club work Winnie Mason gave a peanut shelling -.
,, secured by writing to the station at I the Stem This demand state.With '
, ;, Large Jersey. I no bonded indebtedness, savea day. in Putnam is bright. Twenty-eight and all enjoyed the occasion.

r lit: I .' Gainesville, or by calling upon your has been supplied from Dela- paltry six hundred thousand dollars Hechanged the boss' dictation. to boys have enrolled to date, with only {I W. G. Turner. was in Lake Butler
local
"::0.', county agent.HOME .. ware and other Eastern states. From held by its own school fund, there suit his own ideas of argument. half of the county covered. j Saturday.

. \', this section the :potatoes never reach is no good reason why Florida should He wouldn't help other workers I I' Mrs. B. J. Sapp and* son were business -

l r, GARDENS I the market until well along in August have an idle two and a quarter million when his own desk was idle. Lake-Farmers are calling on the'' visitors to Lake Butler Saturday
and even to do this the seed must be dollars lying in the bank vaults of the I' afternoon. '
[( :: Ninety per cent of the homes In and He overcharged when he had the new county agent for advice on wa- I r
: bedded in hothouses. Here the
slipscan state's depositories, even if it is drawing | ..Prayer meeting was held at' the
chance
\ around Pasadena I and he demanded tips. tei-melon culture and for suggestions !
Pasco have
t't't county, be In March and the I I
: home gardens, as compared with less planted potatoes -I a minimum of interest. He got his mother to complain of on spraying and fertilizing citrus. I home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J.'Sapp Saturday
1 put on the market in July, giving We note this shows the night.
report
,tl. than state his hard work whenever the circus or I ---- I
t fifty cent two .
per '
years ago.The the Florida month's advantage I
I grower a prison fund and the state prison tax a ball game or an excursion was due. I Citrus Melon Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Crews were visitors
',t.. question has been asked Why growers are planting '
of The
fancy prices. ground
this fund both exceeded their income by lIe had red eyes and headaches in their to Lake Butler Sunday.
sudden change The answer I.I is crops. i
on the big tract of the is :
company several thousand dollars, the combined
the morning and yawned for lack of _
I t V. given by a resident of that section.
in to receive and
now shape the slips
excess of cost over income being '
I sleep. Palm Beach-Members from all
This the
;1 ; answer attributed the change as .
the ,crop will be handled by experienced It. is also noticeablethat t
some 16000.
result of He wanted to argue about every- community councils in the county, except -
a two things. They are given
f Florida farmers and .J
k I below by this resident, R. C. growers. potato the "flying squadron, the run- thing tie was told to do. two met Jan. 29th, and organizeda { the1 <>>.
i J Blake: about'teachers' examining board, He had become addicted to some county farm bureau. }
Five hundred acres of Irish pota costs slightly more than its Income. form of '
; drug habit. '
h
\ First, Last fall the farmers of this -
toes have already been planted and The
w educational institutions and the He
section was always late to work. Madison-Many farmers are
'J requested State Agent C. K. terrac
}. ; McQuarrie to visit them and give these section aresbreaklng the finer ground.Irish No hospital for the insane are not askedto He wanted to see the world. ing. The pig club la growing every Give Sick, Bilious Child,
can produce potatoes '
them produce revenue. All of these need He earned promotion but it made day.
; P V his Ideas concerning the horn
\ than properly selected portionsof attention and modernizing as well as him daffy and dictorial. "California Fig Syrup""California
garden: Prof. McQuarri accepted the Clay county. After the Irish pota- enlarging. .A for of
'I invitation and good place some He read novels in business hours. Alachua-A calf club member who
to
spoke 75 farmers at
:," Pasadena the last Saturday in : tics are harvested the five hundred that two and a quarter million the He skimped work whenever It would purchased a bull 18 months ago for Syrup of Figs" is the
I ( Sep acres of land will be in fine shape and state has would be in the educationaland be $108 sold him I .
j' tember. The advice given then not seen. this week for $200. best "laxative' physic" to give to a
w.' handed' was I ready to be planted to sweet potatoesof hospital needs of the state. He was too anxious to get throughand sick, feverish child who is Mow or
.1// from one resident to another, the Porto Rico This Directions for babies and
yam variety. eoDftipntM.
There are few sates which will show COLORED SCHOOL CLOSES
SUCCESSFUL
' ;ill skipped important of his
10, and, as a result, practically every i will make a total of fifteen hundred better financial parts children on bottle "The.- love its fruity
a standing that .
home in FlorIda work. TERMContributed taste. Rcwaret .CaJlfon .," or
qy. :'i( that immediate section has I Say
acres of which will be
potatoes pro- and the of oit is
its own vegetable garden. encouraging part __ He attracted loafers to the place 'you may not ,get the genuine reaxanwnded -
q Iv r Second This I duced by the Florida Farms &: Industries that this surplus of two and a quarter where he worked.He ( ) by physicians for over thirty
Pasqdena
I community Co. this year. million dollars has been accumulated R. J. E. graded school closed years Don't n k injuring your child1
was always a successful -
,I has a local organization of the farm I Ir eating candy, pea- tender stomach, liver and bowels
: bureau. This bureau is active and always I Mr. R. L. Dowling, the manager ef during four years of the most rlotious nuts, fruit and littering the place. term, Friday night, Jan. 28th. eepting an imitation fig syrup. insist
the company, has completed arrange spending Florida has known. It Sunday, Jan. 23rd, at 3 o'clock the upon "O .liforni&." .
, \, looking for
: i I a chance to better ments for handling the entire crop on speaks volumes for the state's finan- COUNTY baccalaureate sermon was preachedby

N I: the conditions of its membership in the market and under this arrange- cial handling, for the efficiency of the AGENTS' REPORTS Rev. G. W. Williams, pastor of the Habitual constipation.curedIn :
14 to 21:
: :particular and the community in -- Day."LAXF'OS
gen. ment the highest market price will be treasury department ;and with a sane Dade Methodist church of this
First city. Class
t"o', oral Regular meeting are held when cars of tomatoes were WITH PEPSIN" is speclaCy--
; ,I something more is done thart secured to the -company. administration facing us, it means shipped this week, good prices being I day exercises were had Tuesday and prepared Syrup Tonlc-LaxaMve for Habitual
,
J gather Five hundred acres of sugar cane there can be relief from high taxes.- received. Tomato ( Wednesday nights a beautiful Constipation. It relieves promptly but
;.& 12 and eat. Always a good, educational has been planted and it is the com Tampa Tribune. acreage Is 60 per ,| was rendered program should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
Vent less than by the kindergarten
, .1 Y program Is arranged and carried out. lany's plan to produce from this the a year ago. induce regular action. It Stimulates! and
i I and first grades, knowh as "Cinderellain Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tak .*. 60o
very best grade of syrup, under a new HOW TO LOSE YOUR JOB Lee-The bee of this I Flower Land" under the direction of per bottle. .
Keepers coun-
system of manufacture that prevents ty met and formed |i Misses Josie Keller and Hazel Hooper:
an association this
; fermentation and crystallzatlon, cant "The American Boy" has made a To Stop a Cough Quick
week. Much interest in Thursday night a program was ren-
GIRLS! HAVE THICK, and put it on the market For this collection of reasons why boys lose is being shown the bee far-1 industry I dered by the second, third and fourth take HAYES HEALING HONEY, a

'f the company Is assured of a large de their positions. These reasons were mere among our grades, under the directions of Mrs. I i' cough medicine which stops the cough by
i j healing the inflamed and irritated U.s_
mand. supplied by the employers who had
'' I j Sarah F. Jenkins, and Miss Sophie B. I
.
A box of
GROVES O-PEN-TRATE
One hundred acres will be plantedto spoken the fateful'words, "You're fired -
SOFT, HEAVY HAIR Suwannee Suwannee melon grow- i Masscnburg. Friday night the grad. I SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and
+ watermelons as soon as alt danger find there is nothing to show 1 Croup ,is encloeed bottle of
ere have met and agreed to buy co- I gating exercises were held in the auI with every
from cold is what the boys thought of their I, HAYES'
past. exper ditorlum of the | HEALING HONEY.: The salve
operatively their school under I
lp A Se-cent bottle of "Danderlne" will By the time these crops are ready ience. Even so, a\tigest of these endorsements fertilizer materialsand the direc- I should be rubbed on the chest and throat I II
not only rid your iu>ul|> of deal ructlv! for harvesting the company will have on the blue envelope can- do home mixing. They will savea I tion of the principal, A. O. Jenkins of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
dandruff and stop] falling hair but im- active that not be lacking in interest tleast $10 a ton this way. At a recent Miss Hard Hooper directed the music I I The healing. effect of a,.,*' HelloI Hooey to;
Its railroad in operation
luedlatoly hair so : Ida the throat ./feet of
your wwnui twlre M purebred hog sale in this for all of the exercises. combined with the lucllwl
abundant and so wondrous glossy, Lot there will be no trouble about transportation. He would always attend to it later; country I I Grant. 0-Pee-Tat" Safe through the pan atUM
nearly all the sales went to local far- Rev. A. L. Jordan, pastor of New ikla MOO Mop wash.I .
!'haaderino" save your hair Have lute Green Cove Times. this afternoon, tomorrow
morning. Both and the
: remedies la
are pecked on*esitoo
of iong heavy hair radiant with life He wantned to run the business his mers. i I IOsceola i Bethel Baptist church of this city delivered I, oat of the oaabhwd IrMtaMBt U Wa m

and beauty ITS A HEAVY MEAT BILL own way. I an able address in behalf of I Just ask your druggist for HAYES
-A number of growers have the graduating class and the school in HEALING HONEY."Cascarets".
He blamed his slowness on the uth- planted
r watermelon Farmers are I general. Among the patrons who
Calling attention to one of the elements er workers
of the high cost of operating lie deceived his boss in little determined to grow more feed for spoke were, Mr. King Chandler, Mrs.
a
job,
Dodcon'a Liver Tone home use and are also preparing to IN. Pullum, Mrs. Octavia Ellerson
the ,
railroads, agricultural deparment and
so missed the big '
one. '
plant more rice this spring. Nurserymen : Mrs.' Lula Duhart and Prof. I, J. Kel I
of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad I lie was overheard talking insolently if
are unable to supply the demandfor ler. i
Killing Calomel SaleDon't has issued a statement, urging the to his mother. i i I
public to keep cattle off he railroad He "distributed" handbills by the young trees. Class colors, gold and blue. Class j

righ of way. Here is what it says: II wholesale in culverts and garbage Brevard .Bee- motto, "Through difficulties we rl e." i Sick Bilious I
clubs
or
: are being
w sicken or t.i ate yourself or "No matter who you are, what you boxes. organized ,
TwralrM. :your sensitive liver by taking I for the coming spa- on. We LONG BRIDGE
do or what you think about it, you unconsciously He studied law
tt, calomel which 1. quicksilver Your a course In business are preparing for a farmers' meeting I
5, doaler soil each bottle of pleasant, pay your part of the railroads' [ hours. to. be held Feb! Tonight sure! Let a pleasant, harml -
9th. | Long
r harmless" "Dodaou's Liver Tone" underan meat bill. By the railroada'meat ( He couldn't talk without swearing. ? Bridge, Feb. l1B. F. Ren- I l- Gaaoaret work while you sleep and
lack froe was a business visitor have liver active head clear,
Ironclad riumey- gusrauteethat those to Lake I your ,
bill I
mean amounts paidby
He
sold i
it regula.... the liver, atomach and goods which'tho customer I Hernando-.We are sending a splendid Butler Saturday. I stofiiacb. sweet and bowel. moving
bowels bettor than calomel without nutk.joy the railroads for stock killed by I, soon found were not what had been representative exhibit to the fair 1 J E. Adkins in regular by morning NVt griping or in-
i tzc ; sick-10 million bottles sold trains-stock on which no revenue Is ,wanted. I at Tampa. business was Lake Butler on I oonvenl<<1ce. 10, 25 or 60 cent boJ;... I
Saturday. Children lore tils 'Dandy cathaiiio too.








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Jar of corn: Piece of crochet: Saturday and Sunday --l.----- A
Thl January SS. set,. iII
t. Mrs G. Alderman, let .... .CO' Mary Borum, lit .......... .50 Henry Burney was a bunions visitor r. FRM.1CK.H 4t1

don't much Jar of field peas: Quilt to Jacksonville first of the week H. PUMMFRS: t.v
you use as W. O. BROOKS. i
as you do of ., Mrs. E. B. Collins, 1st ..___. .60 Gladys Douberly, lt __._.... .50 Andrew Lowery and family of l-C$-' -5.1 Commlalloneni. .. .1 I

most other Jar of okra: Wool quilt: Jacksonville, were visitors to Lawtcy ;.
Baking Powders. '
NOTICE IVTEVTION TO
It has more than: ordinary Mrs. Seeber King 1st ...-.._ .50 Mrs. J. S. Brown, lit ___..... 1.00 Saturday.W. OF SETTERS rATKNTflcrrby APPI.T FOR ,..

leavcnin You Mrs. J. F. Bennett 2nd ...... .26 Cotton patch work quilt: E. Torode was transacting business nntltw I. nlvon' that the undf [ strength. will apiily, 1n th* tovmnr of the Btata' of f y .t
save about half. Jar of tomatoes: Mrs. Mary Werts 1st __..__ 1.00 In Jacksonville Tuesday.M Florida. at T.'I.),.....ea. Florida on th. lat '

Mrs. Seeber King 1st ....... .60 Counterpane: .L. Londholtc of Jacksonville, day of March 1021. tar letter Patent In cor.noratlnv 1 I .
You don't llolltfamn Mineral Water Companyundw .
'It's big price for Mrs. G\V.. Alderman 2nd ..__ .25 Mrs. C. F. Rivers, tat ....... 1.00 was a visitor to Law-toy Saturday. th. following "...|_... charter.:

Calumet. sold at a Jar of beans: Baby coverlet: D. Rowe was a vistior to. Starke Th mint of Oslo Article corporation 1. thai! I.. 1111: t ffl;" "-

r moderate price- that rep- Mrs. Mattie Markey, 1st .... .60 Mrs Mattie Markey, lit ...._ .50 Tuesday. bronn "1Minral" Water Company, and It* prln
resents another saving. rh>al offir. nhnU b* In the town of Rtark Jt'I' ,
Mrs. G. W. Alderman 2nd ._ .25 Pair sheets: lIenry Bennett, of Jacksonville! was Florida, and. ita bunlnvM ahall b* oondiKtteJ I' :,
You don't feel uncertain as Jar of sweet pickles: Miss Georgia Epperson let .. 1.00 there and In Hurt olhor plan.** In Florida and I'II I
,
transacting business here last week. rWwhrra, thrmia-h branohra. aovnclra or oth* '.L',
to results. Bakings falls Mrs. G. W. Alderman, 1st .... .60 Crocheted sweater: I Mrs. W. II. Miner was a visitor to .rwln*, u may lIP n....._' ary.. or ..onv ntont.Artlcla .

foil-because Calumet never Jar sour pickles: Mrs. II. 1. Sprinkle, let ...... 1.00 Starke Tuesday.S. The p.n....: nature of the titwineM of thaeornnratlnn (1 .
proven standard of Bet .5;*0 shell W to natural, ...rln... 1 t'.
bbdoTwth Mrs. G. C. Crews let ....... Crocheted slippers: W. Leach; of Jacksonville acqutn '
was
of watrr of any kind and Quality In the Unit.
Mrs G. C. Crews, 2nd ....... .26 Mrs. E. B. Coleman let _.__. .50 looking after property interests' here *d Btatre' of America and In fnntlfrn .,utrieet
Jar of chow} chow: I Crocheted baby jacket: to dovelon and onrrata the same i to *<.11!! and /.1.'fi-
,Ii I I II Saturday market th water of any and all aurhaprlnan 1I.
I Mrs. E. B. Collins, let _-... .60 I Mrs. E. B. Collins,. 1st ...... ..50Crocheted : to"hu' aril. ,leaae and othrrwln deal
rt W. H. Burt spent part of last weekIn In automobile, anttttnobll "...... equipment.
+ Mrs. Mattie Markey, 2nd. .... .25 bootees: Macclenny transacting business. ..........1.. and autplii of any and. all Vlndct i
Jar beets to deal In hardware, marhlne and machineryof .
pickled
Mrs. Brannen
Acy 1st ...... .50
S. Grime, of Jacksonville spent any' and all kind ventral merwhandlta. 't..
Mrs. E. B. Collins, let .....; .50 Hair pin work: Sunday in and near Lawtey.James and to operate mercantile stores of any ana i, '. .
all kind to loan mortvaa.ee
I Mrs. Seeber King, 2nd ...r.. .25 Mrs. E. B. Collins:, lit ...... .50 Lowery' and wife visited relatives real rotate" : and to money buy' and on aell murtiraire upon on i

Home made salad dressing: Drawn work: real .estate .and to buy and nil bond baled t'
I in Jacksonville Sunday. upon real l rotate. aeenrltyi to bny' and soil
A Mrs. C. H. Register, let ..,... .60 Mrs. E. O. Roberts: 1st .... .50 Frank Green of Tampa,'spent Sun ....urlll... of any and all kind. Inelud '
,
[ins
Mrs. E. B. Collins 2nd ._.. .25 Luncheon napkins: bond fanned by any dtntrlet county, munlrlpallty 1 t tI.
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chis. or Plato t to evict buy, son, rent
Best pound butter: Mrs. II. W. Raiford, 1st ..._ 1.00 Dinkins. I...... tine and operate "hotel reatauranta i ,
liinrb. bottllnir work, bathlne poolH. I
counter ,
Mrs. J. W. Townsend lit _... 1.00 Centerpiece: visit manufacturing plant ,...torl... machinery* ..
John of Jacksonville
Mrs. G. W. Alderman, 2nd..60 Mrs. C. O. Bielling, let ...... 1.00 Moselcy wan hnttaea' and all: appliance v'd.tI.t: tr.' \; i
ed relatives near Lawtey Sunday. dralrabl* for carrying oh the
Dress: Table runner: bualnera or hu.Io._. I to obtain, purrhaiwi. r'lr' .

Mr. E. B. Collins 1st ...... .60 Mrs. J. M. Mann, lit ......... .50 Julius Eunice left' last week for. ...... or otherwuw, acquire any patent rlirht.formulae .r 'r I
Sanford where he has,accepted a position .Mtv't pmcefla" lloeiw or prlvllvo-e ,
.Undershirt: Boudoir rap: or tratle. mark and .to manufacture, operate, It ,. ,
It possesses the highest quality i with the Seaboard Railway. own Hell', aiwlirn, iilettv* or ,rent llcetwea lanpeet
hire E. O. Roberts, :st .-.... ..6CCoitjt Mrs. II. W. Raiford 1st .._._ .50 :thereof, or otherwise trade In or makea : I
ever Mains Baking C&haMt Night gown: profIt therefrom t, to acaulre, hold" tie. 4'
Powder. only i such cover; CROSBY LAKE mortaaiie. rent, Ir.... Hell' and convey real
ingredients have been Officially CaW Cab Mrs J. F. Bennett 1st __.... .6C Mrs. H. Blake, lit __......__ 1.00Sofa estate and penonal nroiierty In any part of J'
as Ldpe : pillow; the world Including the capital rtoek and ;
endorsed by United _State Night gown: : Lake Feb. 4 RW and Mr. Itond of any' other corporation t to make eon* Ii
Food Authorities. Yolks of 8 eggs. Mrs. II. W. Raiford lit ._. .60 Miss Nettle Dubose, 1st ..... .50 Crosby traota rf any and all Kind for the conduct '
1t cup*of granulated Piano T. JI| Barnes of Dukes, are visitors manaiittment of Ita bu.lneaa hereinbeforementioned t .
For weeks for months it augar, *i Combination or teddy: cover: here this week. ;, ., or any !line or part thereof. It la ,l'l'.nd I
: : :
Mrs. T. B. Handley 1st ...... 1.00Pin Intended. and hereby expreanly provided. that
keeps as fresh and full of cup of water li Miss Ada Register, let ...... .60 Those of this section who attended the corporation. ahall. have power to conductanv. '

strength .. the day It' left the cup! of butter. Bungalow apron: cushion: the union meeting at Kingsley lake I . each and ever buiilneaa and line vf .....1. l ..

Calumet Factories, the World'. Sour cupe,level pastry teaspoon Mrs. C. II. Register, ht...- .60 Mrs. II. W. Raiford, tat ..... .60 were, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill. .n.<*.N, mentioned or wholeeal. . In thU and article retail,at for retail...10., whole upon it

Lsraest.most Sanitary and Modem Calumet Negligee shirt: Crochet bag: Barney McRae Rev. and Mrs. T. J. credit on oonaliinmetil., or In any' manner. Itmay .
Powder
Baking plant. cue fit. '
f tablespoon. Mrs. C. H. Register, 1st _..-_ .60 Miss Aleen Knight, 1st ....__ .60 Barnes. Article $R. : '
It I I. Important that'l!!! use only, 1 ofrai Baby dress: Dresser scarf hemstitched: Mrs. hi. M. McRae and children visIted Th. amount of the capital tusk ahall heFifty

: ur and Fwheat- dour (not aeJTrlsingt ? ::wTh.a. Miss Lorena Green. 1st ...... .60 Mrs. J.; D. Goodman, 1st .... 1.00 in Starke Sunday. dred. hree Thousand of the Dollar par,value divided of Into One five1 HundredHollar bun. J
beg powder !I There will be preaching at Pine Lev ..... eotnk w
;: I**way. Baby shirt: Flowers in water colors: Th **ld capital yam
Lou wish to gluten del; el church next Saturday and Sunday Dollara, each. Th. aald capital .....,k may hefiald
manded'by"sound health. Mrs E. B. Collins, 1st ...... .60 Mrs. C. II. Register, lilt .... .60 far wholly or In part with property' labor '
Child's short skirt: Educational and.prayer meeting Sunday night. or aervleea at euch prlc or value aa mayb .
ftBed' by the .hoard of director at a meet

Mrs. T. J. Townsend 1st .... .50 Writing collection, 1st grade: NO LET. UI' IN THE UUILO- Ino- called for that Article inirpo**'.4. t

.. Child's short dress: Brooker school ''ht _._...... .150(
w ----- - -- ING OF WARSHIPS FOR U. S. Thl Mirpnratlon ahall e.Ut perpetually. aa e

Mrs. D. W. Borum, tat ...... .60 Writing collection 2nd grade: provided. by' law !t

LIST OF PRIZES AWARDED BY Centerpiece: Brooker school, 1st .......... .50 continue its The buiilne of Article this, corporation S. "hall ... '
The United States must
conducted by' a .....Id.10 on. or more viceprealdenla
Mrs. Jesse Goodman let ._.. 1.00 Sixth grade collection: ., ."d '
I policy of "creating a navy equal to a aecretary, a treaaurer /
Lunch set ((7 pieces) : Lake Butler school 1st ...... 2.50 .board of director* cf not 1 lee* than three and
BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR the strongest" and must continue the not mare than nine The office of eeer.laryand
Mrs. Thelma Spearman, 1st .. 1.00 Fla. Map 4th grade pupil: building of capital ships without trnaaurer may' b* held by the >am. par.

. Dresser scarf: Hubert Pearce, 1st ......... .60 aonTh +
American "cannot elected. ,
which the navy officer and director* shall be

Gr Agricultural exhibit: Best mule: Miss Georgia Epperson, 1st .. 1.00 Bradford County map, 6th grade: hope to cope with existing navies," liy the ctockholder at the annual meeting to .
In JanuaryIn
Elsie Mae Williams .50 lie held on the eecond Wedneaday
1st ...
W. M. Parker, 1st ......_.__15.00 T H. Rimes, 1st ..__........ 4.00 Pair pillow cases: the navy board has declared. each year at urh hour aa the 1011'-1.' _
U. S. 7th or 8th grade: ....... ".... Until the oratanlaatlon. meet
Mrs. Mattie Markey 1st __.. 1.00 map, may '
Mrs. Miram Johns, 2nd ..._.t.10.00 Best cow: Secretary of the navy Daniels has Inr to be held on the tilth day nf Marsh.
Perbeth _...... .50
Williams 1st
C.-C. Douberly, 3rd .....__.. 5.00' B. E. Brown 1st .._.......__ 5.00 Pair towels: transmitted to the senate the reportof H2l, and until their iueceeaor. shell b* qualified.
Jest exhibit from county school: the" following atoll lie the officer and
Best 12 stalks sugar cane: S. S. Proctor, 2nd ........... 2.GO Mrs. Mattie Markey let .... 1.00 any the navy general board, drafted in director and hall conduct the buiilneu of the
Roberta school lilt ........ 6.00 i
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C. C. Douberly 1st .......... 2.00 Bent bull: Piece cross stitch: response o a senate resolution Intro corporation t .

E. B. Edwards, 2nd ......_.. 1.00 J. L. Brown, 1st __....-__.._ 4.00B. Mrs. W. C. Armstrong. let .. .50 Specimen wood carving: duced by Senator Borah requesting annvestigation rmildent Vine Pmldimt.I. .A. Davie.ut N. T. Illlrh. ,
Marvin Douberly 1st ........ .60 J. T. Qulirley.Secretary ,
E. 2nd ......__._ 2.00 Night Gown: "as the of 2nd Vice Pre.lrlc.til. '
Best 6 pumpkins! : Brown to policy sue and Treasurer, J. R. Futeh.Director .
J. P. Hardln 1st __.......... 1.00 Best calf: Miss Georgia Epperson, 1st .. 1.00 Palmetto work: / pending the present naval building ., I.. A. Davie. N. T Stitch K. S. ,1 ;
Miss Gladys Douberly 1st ... .60 Matthewa, J T. QiilKli-y.. It F ......"... .
Mrs. A. C. Wert., 2nd .._._._ .50 Mrs. S. Alvarez 1st ___..____ 2.00J. Baby dress: program for six month 'to the end Article (s. I

Sweetpotatoes: L. Brown; 2nd'----------- 1.00 Mrs, Joe Hill Williams,,,1st .. 1.00 Floral Exhibit that information may be had as to Th WiilieM amount of tmlehtednee' of liability .
which the. corporation at any tlm.
'cloak One doz. cut chrysanthemums: to
Mrs. G. E. Crews, 1st ......_ 1.00 Best razor back: Baby : what constitutes a modern fighting may tiiliject, Iteelf *.h.ll b* Two Hundred and t'

Mrs. J. P. Cowling 2nd ..__. .50 W. M. Parker, 1st .......... 2.00 Mrs. Winnie Rogers tat .... 1.00 Mrs. Ii. W. Raiford. 1st .-... 1.60 navy." Fifty Thnii'and D.dlam.Article ,.

String beans: ..W. M. Parker 2nd .._..__.- 1.00 Baby pillow: Cut roses in vase "The general board, having kept in The name and reeldnnce of each of the aiihacrlhlnir -
Miesi' Anita Tomlinson lit _._ 1.00 Inoorporalora of thla corporation toeether
Mrs. G. E, Crews, 1st .._.... 1.00. Best boar: Mrs. Mattie Markey, let .... .60 touch with naval progress along nil with the number of .hare*off the capital I

Peppers::. '< R. Rosenberg 1st .._____.... 8.00 Sofa pillow: I Four varieties of ferns: lines, reiterates its belief in the bat.tleshlplI atorkuUurUicd for by' each them averally. *
Mrs. J. W. Townsend 1st .... 1.60 :: '. follow*II ,
Mrs. Raiford 1st ___._._.._ 1.00 H. S. Pinkston, 2nd .._____.- 1.50 Mrs. J. F. Bennett 1st ____.. 1.00 I as forming the principal units ,. A. Pavla: Rtark, Fla., iinarea.herea.. ,j,

Mrs. A. C. Werts 2nd ....__ '.50 Best sow: Eylet embroidered center piece: II Collection of cqlladiutns: of the fleet" the report declared N. T. Rltch. ,fltark RI. .., Fla." .,., a I harea.. ,
Mrs. J. W. Townsend lit .... 1.60 J. T Qillvley '
Meal Best Peck: R. Rosenberg 1st &..-...... 8.00 Miss Georgia Epperson 1st .. 1.00 "Without them the United States .,. r. flitch, mark, t,... I .10....-.
I Collection of begonias: MatthewBlarke. Flan t .harea.har I'P,
emb. table F. H.
F. M. Rivers, 1st __.._.__._ 1.00 M. Klondies, 2nd .. ..___.... 1.60 Eylet cover: cannot hope to cope with existing navies 1,. .O. Powell "..rk.. Flu. a ...
Brown Best litter pigs: Mrs. Mattie Markey, 1st ..-- 1.00 I Mrs. D. W. Wells 1st _...... 1.50 K F .....mo....'. Mark Fla.. (le nharea.f ?
sugar: ....
Tinted embroidered Miscellaneous Under 14 Years W. T. Weeka. Btarke, Fla, .h. I IL
Mrs. Raiford 1st ..:..._.__.. 1.00 Albert Miller 1st ..___._____ 8.00 centerpiece: I' "The board strongly urges that the A. DAVIS

Best 6 Ibs lard: J. H. Scarborough, 2nd ..._. 1.50 Mrs. Winnie Collins, 1st ..... .60 Specimen of crochet work: i policy which has characterized: our J.N. T T..! OIIIOI.EY niTfll' I d
Miss Angelica! Faircloth let ., .50
L. A. Duncan, 1st ..._._. 1.00J. Loaf white yeast bread: Silk embroidered sofa pillow: building program since 1003 of eventually .1. B. PITCH. i

W. Townsend 2nd..__.... ..50 ? Mrs. E. B. Collins, 1st ._.___ .50 Mrs. Seeber King 1st ...... .60 Specimen of tatting: creating a navy equal to the E.I.. S C'. MA.TTHFWB.POWFI.f.. : q '
Miss'Margaret tat.50
Best cane syrup: *" Mrs. J. F. Bennett, 2nd ____.. .25 Tatting camisole: Townsend strongest be continued and that no HORT. F. PFMORBST
Miss Annie Cone Miss' Pnl.eth Williams 2nd .. .25 W. T. WREKB.fitate .
1st ....... .50
C. A. Roberts, let ....___._. 1.00 Corn bread: I rest period of limitation of armamentbe of Florida,

Thomas Dicks 2nd _.....__.. .50 Mrs. C. II. Register, lit _..._ .60 : Handkerchief with crochet: Specimen hemstitching: agreed to which will modify the County' of Hradfordremonally I.. A. tlavl",
Miss Blanche Alderman 1st .50 appeared, before m.
Mrs. II. Blake 1st ......_.. .60 '
Best comb honey: Mrs. n;, W. Raiford 2nd ____ .25 : authorized building of nineteen six N. T. hitch ;J. T. Qulnlee. J. IB Futeh. B.R .
Crocheted baby .... .. C. !Powell H,. F. Demoreetand h
N. G. Hayes, 1st ........___ 1.00 I Baking powder biscuit cap: LAWTEY teen, in numbers, general types and ."'W..Ith.T. Weekwho I are well Known to m*
I Mrs Acy> Brannen 1st ...... .60
G. M. Richard 2nd ..___.___. .50 Mrs. J. F. Bennett, 1st ..__.. 1.00 Crocheted collar: date of completion. The ships recommended .to be ''the 'Individuate end. necnted. deaerlbed. the fon-eolna In and charter whollbnrlhed

Best ham: I I I Miss Lula Scarborough, 2nd. .50 Lawtey Feb. 11.--School Superintendent in that program are thoroughly and each everally acknowledKed .to and
Mrs. J. F. Bennett 1st __.... .60 .-eutd
L. A. Duncan, 1st __..____._ 2.50 Soda biscuits: Crocheted Wiggins of Starke, was a modern and there is no reason to the before earn me for that the he uaea luunerllied and purpoac and tharele.SO t
centerpiece
W. M. Parker 2nd ..._._... 1.50; Mrs. H. W. Raiford, 1st ____.. 1.00 : business visitor to Lawtey first of the believe that the developments in submarine ...........dIN
I I Mrs. It F. Rivers 1st ...... .50 WITNESS WirrnFOF. I have hereunto
Best borne cured hog products: Mrs. J. W. Townsend 2nd ... .50 Lunch with crochet week and air warfare .will seriously ..t m* bund and offlrlal leal at Htark. Slam

C. A. Roberts, 1st _,_...._._ 5.00 Pound cake: set : Mrs. W. E. Torode was a visitor to detract from their value for many h..., the II.Ih day' of January. 1021.- __ .
f. H. Rrrcri.Notary
Mrs. T. B. Handley 1st _.__. 1.00
Best exhibit citrus fruits: I Mrs. J. W. Townsend, 1st .__. 1.00 Jacksonville Wednesday. years to come. Public ".... of Florida.Wv .

Mrs. Damon 1st ,-_____:...___ 1.00' Cocoanut cake: Sofa pillow with crochet: Miss Florrle Terry of Starke:! spent "The completion of that program rommllon K.i>lrea July It, s021.S.III1-St-I-II.
Mrs. J. F. Bennett let ...... JO (11..11)
Mrs. Raiford, 2nd ..__...... .50 Mrs. J. II. Scarborough; 1st. 1.00 Table cover Vith crochet: Sunday here at the home of her .par- should not deter us from developingto 'NOTI'p.o" APrLrCATION i f-Rfi'tC) Du

Best 5 Ibs. pecans: I Miss Marshall Proctor 2nd .. .50 Mrs. C. F. Rivers, 1st ....... 1.00 ('nts, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. the utmost our partly developed I/MOFR./ sECTION: m or TUB ..j vGPNEIAL

G, A. Epperson, 1st .._._____ 2.00 Chocolate cake: Lunch cloth: Mrs. William Addison and Mrs. weapons, that is submarines aircraft Hereby native; :I* vlven. IITATIfTER that ti. B sewn \ '

Miss Hattie Fowler lilt ___... 1.00 and aircraft carriers, and from making numlieredeapectlvely :
Best Japan persimmons: Martha Lowery were visitors to Jack- purchaner of tar .1.) ertlneate c "' r

H. S. Miller 1st ____"-.._____ 2.00 Mrs. C. II.. Register, 2nd ._..- .50 Pillow Mrs.cases II. W.with Raiford crochet 1st: ,..... 1.00 onvile first part of the week. such additions to the fleet' as will .eetor for 10 Bradford and <*A county.MtMued bv Florida.the taw Said_1. I r

bushel velvet beans Apple pie: Mrs. R. M. Prevatt visitor to enable us successfully develop and eertlflealea brinedated Aua-imt Sth 1IMS and \.
Best half
: was a
Mrs. II, Blake let .......... .60 hoe filed aid certlfl>..... In my nfflo and
..___. 2.00 Mrs. J. H. Scarborough let .. .60 Starke use surface, subsurface and air methods .
T. B. Edwards, 1st .... Towels with crochet: Tuesday. has made application for tan Aced td IMU If
I bushel Lemon pie: Mills Nellie Roberts 'was visitorto of warfare to the beAt possible areordane with law. f. .
half ,
Best peanuts: Mrs. J. M. Mann, 1st ........ .50 a Raid' eertinnatea reapeetlvele. embrace! tat 1
M ,D. L. Clyatt 1st ......._._._ 1.00 Miss Hattie Fowler 1st ..... .50 Bath towels crochet edge Jacksonville Saturday. advantage should the necessity ever following lamia In Bradford County Florida.ee : ...

, E. H. Douglass 2nd ....__.. .50 Mrs. E. B. Collins 2nd ...... .25 Mrs. Mattie, Markey 1st: ...._ .50 Mrs. J. D. Randall of Orlando was arise. In the future, as at all times, *.ed at In the the dat name of the* reneet'v1y Iwiuan I of here*ucheertlflea'ea ,1, .

Best collective exhibit of grain seeds Sweet potato pie: Dresser scarf with crochet, a visitor to Lawtey Friday and Satur- previous to the world war, we! shall lactic, particularly eat forth _wit ICertificate .

Mrs. C. H. 1st ..... .50 : in all probabilities have to rely upon : No. 10 embracea Bouthweat Quae* "'
etc.: Register Miss Allie Andrews lit ..... .50 day. ,er of flouthant' Qu....... fe*. fis. Tp. S, B. ; ,
F. M. Rivers 1st _.__......10.00 Nut fudge candy: Crochet Mrs. John B. McCulley and little our own state of preparedness." It. IS E: 40 ........ a..*.-... J .C ('", **.1. .11.
yoke: No. M embrace south Half ofRouthweat
Certificate'
R. H. Greene, 2nd __..._.___ 5.00 Miss Laurel Armstrong let .. .50. Mrs. T. J. Townsend let .... .60 eon, James, were guests Saturday and Because of the cost of capital ships ", Quarter of Northeaet Quarter andNnrthw.et "J .

\ Best bale hay: Mrs. H. S. Millet, 2nd _...... .25 Nightgown crochet: Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. David Our-. there has always been enthusiasm for Ftat Half of Quarter Nortneait of "rVnitheant Quarter of Quarter HoilthweitQuarter and

C. S. Clyatt, let __......__. 2.00 Collection of home made candies: Mrs. II W ban in east Lawtey. any new weapon of naval warfare the Ree. 17 To. 0 I. B. H. IS B., SO acre*. '
Raifor4, ;lilt _.... 1.00 .
/ L. Brown, 2nd .-.--...---- 1.00 Mrs. II. S. Miller 1st .-...__ 2.00 Tatting collar: Miss Eldredge Reddish of High- board declared, but thus far the new ai lnle ee-ed Martin aid ..Malphur rtin al",* ahall h* rdem4ancordlnv a
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bundles oats I Miss Laurel Armstrong, 2nd .. 1.00 and spent Sunday here with her weapons have failed to supplant tho to law, Ian deed will ,tarn thereon
Best half dozen : par- .
Mrs. H, Blake, let .......... 1.00 n'the 14th day of ...b.u..... A. D. 1921.
.'JI. Tomlinson, let __(10.....__. 1.00 Glass grape jelly: Handkerchief with tatting: ents. capital ship. WHne .m,. official .Ion.'''... and peal thlah (

Best barrel velvet beans: : Mr. Seeber King, 1st ...... JSO Mr. and Mrs James Shepard and 18th day of January, A, P 1BT1
Mrs. II. Blake 1st __.....__. .60 The Quinine That Dot Net Affect Tile food O. W. ALDKRMAN.' 7),
C. S. Clyatt lilt _._......._. 1.00 Mrs. G. W. Alderman, 2nd ... .25 Work at Ladles children, of Starke were visitors to Clerk. Circuit Court H mil ford CountFla..
Over Year
70 ... ..
lerattMof lt tonic md I. effect; LAXA1VF. ,Man. Dy' C. A. KNIOHT
Beat pair Wyandottes:. ,Glass strawberry jelly: Centerpiece: Lawtey Sunday. KKOMO QUININE <1ahet.) ran I* Indiray -l4.Rt.l-H Deputy Clerk.

C. II. Register 1st ....__..__ 1.00 Mrs. Seeber King lit ...... .60 Mrs. M. L. McKinney let .... .50 I Dr. E. L. Biggs and family visited Ifl> th envon". head.:without L.wU canning wvI'S' ,.nervou'ncM.lilnaluieun.ni.COMMISHIONERrV |. rlii.ln. 'sr ORDKR FOR PUBLICTION

Best coop Wyandottes: Peach preserves glass: Specimen sewing: : relatives here Saturday. '. In Circuit Court. State of Florida.' Elehtb fk,

S. S. Proctor, lit __.._...... 2.00S. Mrs. Mattie Markey, 1st .... .60 Mrs. M. L I Mrs. L. II. 11111 was a visitor. to aA.R.: Judicial Cllnnlt. Bradford County, I. chan Rc
McKinney 1st .50 .
.. cery.LaMIra
,S. Proctor, 2nd ......__._ 1.00 Mrs. J. F. Bennett 2nd ._..__ .25 Crochet piece: Starke Tuesday ",::.0.1.cf* 10.h.i=r.. given of the that Circuit under Court and by-of Weed Graham

Best Plymouth Rocks: Pig preserves, glass:f Mrs John Starling of Highland "'.".M.. In and for the county' of flradford.UM Complainant. ,
coop Mrs. M. L. McKinney, lit _..- ..50i | on the 22nd dq of ,Januirr. IBS V. I
Mrs. RubY' Driggers 1st __.. 2.00 Mrs. G. W. Alderman lilt __r. .50 Piece knitting: ", visited Lawtey Saturday. ::rurin. matter, rwndlnir therein whornln ir.nm: : Willie Henry Oraham SIB

Best coop Rhode Island Reds: Watermelon preserves: i Mrs. M. L. McKinney, 1st .50'' Enoch GriRis visited relatives near N.Oh't l Clratt.minor S.III hr tCrnrna Markham N.,Clratt and Charlua Mm guardian V.- Tl ........1... by affidavit efenrfant. appended to the '

L. A. Duncan, 1st ______.__ 2.00 Mrs E. B. Collins lilt ...___. .50 I g.- Raiford Sunday. and next friend ITaaal Clyatt Mann and hill filed In the hovtatd ...... that Wll. 34, j J
I Specimen tatting: and D. C. : lie Henry Graham the defendant therein named ,
Walter 00eI. Clyatt. minor Clratt.
Mrs. J .F. Bennett 2nd .... .25
Best Leghorns: Miss Emma Andrews returned to la non-mldent of the state of Florida. .
coop Mrs. M. L. McKinney, lit ___ .50 minor, by Haaol rlyatt Manon holy n xt a
R. 11. Greene, let _____._____ 2.00 Exhibit of jams, jellies pickles, mar. Work of Children Under her school in Starke first of the week, r.l..nl. ant implalnant. and Emma ThM'lyatt .. I I and hi* ,realdenoe... la unknown, and la over the
12 Years (I la defendant, atlthortalnir the uno>. asp of .l".n. year ; It I* therefor ordered
Best game: chickens: rnalades and preserves: after spending the weekend with her itn.d are o..mmli Rtf>nni te sell the followingOMiirrlhd that cell non-realdent defendant be and

H. S. Pinkston, 1st ________- 1.00 Mrs. E. B. Collins 1st ____.. 5.00 When Your Farm Stock Is Sick.: Look parents. '. Florida" proiwrtr, to-wlt: ..tu.'* In Pradford oounT. complaint la hereby' required filed In' to acid appear eaiiae to on the or bill.before of

H. S. Pink ton. 2nd _____._._ .50 Mrs. J. J. Colson 2nd ....... 2.60 For Rata Mrs. Julius Eunice was a visitor to The Southwest Quarter of flouthwcat Quarter Monday, the 7th day of March. A. I). 1911. ,.
Jar of strawberries: Disease among farm animals don't Starke' and Southwest Quarter of flmithvaat Quarter otherwl-a the alleeatlon of aid bill will betaken n
Best guineas! : Tuesday end South" Half: of Hmilhrant Quarter of Houth. a* eonfead by adi defendant.It .
R. H. Greene, 1st __.________ 2.00 Mrs. G. C. Crews 1st _-__._. .80 just happen. Rats are carriers of dan Marcus Brown, of Starke, spent met Quarter, all In ffeictlna, 80. In TuwnnlilpB I to further ordered that thl order be
gerous plagues-hog cholera: foot and South, Itanva 11 Fn.t den l the NorttuiaatQuarter published one a week for elirht conneoutlveweek j
Jar yt huckleberries: Sunday in Lawtey with his parents.T. Bradford Telegraph anewvpaiier t
Best mare: mouth and the Foot Half of Northwpnt quarter In the County vs
Algar Thomas let __________ <.00 Mrs. J. M. Mann 1st ........ .50 disease and that terrible all J. Terry and Harry Wimberly of _lion 1. Townahlo S South Range. _ITKaat. puhllahed. In pad county and eau p i 1 1Tnl.
scourges-Bubonic plague. Farmers vontalnlnw In all 040 urn, mora or 1 December 2V. 1920.
Mrs. N. E. Roberts 2nd ____ 2.00 Mrs. G. C. Crews, 2nd ....__ .25 should throw around premises RAT I were visitors to'IIigh Springs Satur w. will In'Brad'u.d County Florida. over for W. T. WEEKS. e
Jar ala and .*.1h.. aald prop.rty. In front of Seal ) Clerk Circuit Court.
Best colt: of peaches: SNAP. ft'. sure and safe. 8 sizes I j day and Sunday. the .northouna. door, riurlnv the taral nnuM By 0. A. KNICHT'

Algar Thomas, let __________ 3.00 Mrs. Mattie Markey, 1st _... .60' 35c, 65c, $1.26. Sold and guaranteedby Miss Pearl Griffin, of Jacksonville, of ..1... on Monday', the 7th day of March. Deputy Clerk.

____. 2.00 Mrs. J. P. Dowling, 2nd .___._ .25 D. C. Jones Starke. Adv. visited relatives in and tewtey 1K2J, to the hlirhot and bat bidder for *a h. D. B! KNIGHT. I 1
Mr. N. E. Roberts 2nd j near aid oat. tiainn for the purpo** of partition Solicitor for Complainant. 12.51-ISLS-4





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I t( PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11. 1921.


: P.raiford b board was '375 a year, ,one-h 1f to be dent to ask congress to pass relief -- --- "

: County Telegraph paid by the school board and one-half 1 legislation so that a reduction of wages SMILES COME "

._ .- to be paid by the County commis- ,
--- -'-' - will not be necessary.
,<: I>>Published weekly and entered ask ioncrs.. 1 Charges of "morally dishonest"' acts AGAIN TO THE -
A rule -of procedure was adapted by New Store -
second class matter, at the post the board as follows: are made against the roads by the Millinery

i" office at' Starke, Florida. Called to order by chairman. union leaders. They assert that the ,
.. financial plight of the roads in part at PRETTY FACES yr' ,
y =:===" == -= -'=====aI.i' = I Reading of minutes of previous '
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner meetings which have not been read least, is Qua to the granting of con a "r" i Temporarily in the front of .
: tracts at exorbitant to firms in ,"" "
and prices ,
o adopted. THE CHARM OF GOOD HEALTH I' it! ""
Bills received for consideration and which the financial interests that i N. HULL'S STORE '
B.
"The allies can't see much hope 'in control HAS 'ITS COUnCE IN RICA I ,' '" : ', ,''':
Well approval. the roads are interested.The RED BLOOD. NOTHING :""' .
the east complains a paper. communications. !, ; '
; Petitions and union leaders are awaiting an ON EARTH SO NECESSARY ..
let 'em try baking powder. Revision of the roll.Appiicationa' .- .r-
pauper to their telegram from Presi- FORBEAUTY -
answer Feb. 3rd and 4lh 1921
1 both Our Grand Opening wasa
for pensions
;
It Is the inalienable right of everybody ., ' dent Wilson. The railway heads are
I i"\\' to pursue happiness, but it is inconsiderate state and county. awaiting action by the wage labor grand Success, many Hats were old Jl large num-
for
I f;ill, ', of a few long-faced ones Bonds Selecting presented paper for publishing approval. tar board on their plea for an immediate PEPTO-MANGAN BUILDS'UP RED ber of Ladies called and were well pleased I _

to attempt to chase it off the face of sale advertisement which'' should be abrogation of the national agreement.The BLOOD .
'
i ; the earth.-Tavares Herald. board has indicated it will not -
lone. in February of each year. RESTORES THE QUALITY OF
Clerk's salary and helpers1. act until an opportunity is afforded

.; ; News items announcing that first Monthly reports of county officials. for hearing the claims of the em- YOUR YOUR BLOOD COLOR, BRINGS AND RENEWS BACK- Come and See L/s/ ,
then another factory that had '
b one, The pays of the deputy sheriff for ployes. VITALITY
\in:: been compelled to close for lack of distributing cattle dip ordered discon-. .
I orders, is resuming work are becom inued. -
'' ing frequent. Little by little normal Petition of Geo. O. Jacobs and A. FARMER BROWN Personal charm n nice a light. It ,

I conditions are returning D. Andrews and others asking that E.Petty sheds its rays everywhere. Is the Goods for cash and sold f for
be light of your personal charm hidden bought ,
II E. placed upon the county ,
_
,I' Plant City has had a profitable pauper' roll was received and after r under the bushel of bad blood? :Instead
very cash No leave until
d ; SAMANTHA BROWN'S HUSBAND of habitual smiles do you wear only. goods store
r strawberry season and is many hundred learning that Mr..Petty is a "helpless .
---. loolt almost scowl T Do
-
tired
a -- a
thousands of dollars paralytic and1 his in circumstances '
the richer : parents needy
I Perkins.'Walk
Howdy, do Mrs. rite tire easily T Are pale and PAID FOR.
you you )
I :, for it. The season there is drawing th board ordered that hebe r
!in. Glad to -How's all the lacking in vital and ambition T
see you. energy .
to a close, and then will begin the activities placed upon the roll at $3 per -
: in Starke and Lawtey. Bradford' month.A folks? You are not really Ill. Your blood

I' berries promise to be finer and communication was received fromG. Oh, they're quite pert, thank you.How's has become weak and sluggUh.: It Is F ulliine.o(the latest models and ,:
is the j
all T half etarved. What you need very
tl more plentiful than ever before. M. Richard suggesting that justice
of the peace districts Number three Just mejum. Take off your hat and blood-making qualities of that After splendid styles. Experienced Trimmers and ;
tonic Pepto-Mangan.
rod four be attached to and form apart you up- ,
(, The current issue of a Florida paper have a seat Bring your sewing along have taken Pepto-Mang a little
I I halo six editorials, and they are of justice district number two, !
with
you T while will feel to-date
you a big improvement.The workmanship. ,
;: and it being made to that it
all based on Home saying of the Times appear
Well, now, how you all been since smiles will come back. People
would be for the convenience of the
: Union. The Times-Union not only
f; citizens of said districts I[ seed you last? will see a difference In you.. You will\
f i furnishes much of the news for many and upon
make friends You will have
" 'of the state papers but also the brains I the recommendation of the commissioner Oh, we've been tolerable,'thank ye. plenty of. rich again., red blotyl and feel HOFFMAN & ANDERSON /
\ v for some of them. No wonder it is representing the said districts Mrs. Brown, I've been so' anxious '' ,

/ j'' called "the great and good Times-Un and It appearing that there Is no jus- to hear you tell all about your early stronger.Pepto-Mangan has been buildingred "
,
Ice of the peace in either justice of :
i ion.
/ married life. It's been on mymindall
blood for
Physicians
years. prescribe
, the peace districts as above referred! {

the time and 1 want to on It It has the
you go right along. just
to It is hereby ordered that justice of '- ---- ---- ---- -
Theatrical Manager Gest has, as an the district numbers I and tell me all about it. ingredients that starved blood needs. I
three and
U artist should have, a well developed four peace be attached to and form a part of Well, now where was we at- \ Sold in liquid and tablet form. Both )
sense of proportion. If he should sue i have the effect. But be I
,7 j justice of the peace district number. You was talking about Liza Ann, same sure
a country ,weekly for damages, he you get the genuine Pepto-Mangan. GENERAL INSURANCEHAROLD
I two; and to so remain until otherwise i your cousin by marriage.
would not claim more than five or ten Ask for "Glide's" and be sure that
1, ordered by this board. I Why, yes, Josefus had just tuk her
.
thousand dollars. But when found
he the full "Glide's
name Pepto-Mangan:.
' it incumbent upon himself.to sue Hen- F. M. Rivers, president of Bradford over to them Perkins folks. No relations is on the package/ Adv. C. WALL I

, ry Ford's paper, the ,Dearborn Inde County Fair, and lion J. B. Crews of yourn, wuz they?
pendent for he fixed them at appeared before the board and asked No, I think not.
damages 1896 we lost all.of our orange treesin STARKE FLORIDAFIRE' !
For
n; $5,000,000, not because the paper has and; an state appropriation fair. for the county Well, he tuk her over there, but'did the hard freeze but we may never '
anymore influence than the average not stay long. Just drapt her and LIFE BONDS :
The board agreed to levy a tax and have such a' cold time again. It has AUTOMOBILE ;
country but because It is
weekly own- skinned fur home.
put same in the county budget In Julyto been coming warmer each winter since '
ed by a multi-millionaire.\ The Inde \
raise an amount for agricultural Well, time moved on We.'botb and farmers are beginning to putout .
had said ;
{ pendent some true things -
-- - ----- --- -
sufficient to the Bradford worked hard but we were happy tour 'Farml'are -- --s---
about Gest, and truth sometimes hurt purposes give to more fruit and nut trees. ,
County Fair the sum of $350 to work for it was all for ourselves. getting larger, stores are getting bet

Plumbers, watchmakers and auto- be used in paying premiums, and the We had been married nigh on two ter, new settlers are coming in and e, !
( mobile repairers are sometimes suspected sum of $400 for the purpose of getting years when God saw fit to send Us a buying homes and things In generalare ,

of doing their work in such a county exhibits ,to the state fair. bright little boy, the sweetest and looking brighter but yet I ,m

way that they will soon get the job of The Bradford County Telegraph fattest baby you ever saw. Just the gloomy-something lacking.

doing it over again. There are tricks was the Bradford designated county as the tax paper sale In advertisement which image of his pa, so all the neighbors DeWitt C. Jones was telling Josefus Advance

Kn every trade. The latest tricks toe should be published. said. They came for miles to tee him all about this Strout agency who Is

come to light are alleged to have been The clerk and sheriff filed reportsshowing and then houses were low and far be- : bringing so many new settlers to our FEBRUARYBrunswick
perpetrated by agents of the department -
of justice and consisted in fakIng receipts and expenses of! tween but they came. Josefus would I county and especially: to Starke and I
reports of contemplated bomb outrages these offices for the month of January want to stay in the house all the time I he says there will be a large number .

i m i and thus creating panics sothat 1921. and hold the baby. He was plum I here looking for homes out of the
the agents could hold their jobs The salary of deputy Clerk was fix led to death while I was as proud tlck-1 cold and snow of the'North soon. Feb- RecordsON

JAlso that some actual explosions were ed at $125 per month. young mother cat and scared I ruary will be a good month, he thinks
perpetrated by The clerk's salary as clerk and au death for fear something might I
private detective Thousands upon thousands of men are
I agencies in order to create business ditor for the board of county commissioners pen to him but I just kept mejum.Well. bap-1|I now out of employment in the big fac- SALE TO-DAY
fixed
month.
was at $125
From parallel cases known to be true per the boy and in *
grew prospered ,tories and many are drifting South.
', Banner Dyal having moved from the
look the accusations against the detective county was ordered dropped from the spite of our worry and time moved on ]I I As Starke and Bradford county has a 2061 Broadway Rose r. ior'<>/. Billy Jon.. :
tenable. .j "
y 1 pauper roll.Board until he was two years old., Oh; how ''good' start and land cheaper in this 85 C{Something Mat. ,Quart. Tb.Harraonizer
Since the stringent times th adjourned to meet first Mon we loved him. Then one night he part of the state 'we can look for a

daily papers teem with began advertisements e- day in March/A.. 1921. tuk sick* It had.been raining and big emigration now it has'started.. I Feather Your Nest s \

,,, from men asking for employ boy like he-had been out playing in look for DeWitt C. Jones to be doing 2063 I M.f. Q..." ., Amphion Quartet j I

ment. Men wanting clerical work are COMPANY .INSPECTION, the water and that night tuk sick. We |[double the business in 1921 than In 85c{[ All She'd Say Was "Urnh Hum!" i
the most plentiful and matters wil did not know what to do. He was hot 1920, for he Is on the ground and .
Jon. and Ernest
;, not become better when all the government Lieut. C. Khnbrough,'of the re&ulararmy. with fever and all choked up.: Jose- has the goods and confidence bf the Billy Hare2Q64 q

clerks slated for dismiss will the be in Starke next Tuesdaynigbt. fus said he's got the croup and give public. We do, not want to sell. This j June F.. Tnl: Gen Rodemich'. Orchestra 4
15th inst. the
to
inspect
shall I
,r have been
discharged. Moral- him skunk r
some for
grease that was is our home and we love it. Where
f members of Co. H, 1st Infantry F. N 85c I Treasure Isle
i learn Gene /
; other Rodamich'.OrchestraPet
some calling time of .
\ \n G.,'at the armory., The citizens are what his ma used to give him. ,That could we go to better ourselves? But L 7V.' .
, i! /' : stringency bookkeepers and stenographers invited. helped some but he got worse and no I we are more than glad to see new settlers f

:r 1 and their are salaries first of are all always dispensed low.with,Except doctor and our folks so far oft' coming here who will have capital 5035 f Ole Uncle'Moon Criterion Quartet ;

., I !I e s( in cases of extraordinary: ability, Green Cove Springs is experiencinga So Josefus said I'll run over and to improve the wild lands and 1.00' { M.1. 0...,'.' ,
; \ y there is little hope of promotion. Get real 'boom and millions of dollars i get that old colored mammy down the make them in large farms. We have [ Lucky Jim .a..r'" Criterion Quartet: '

//1: 1 all the education you can; but unless worth of property has changed hands i road. Maybe she will know what to too much idle land.' Let 'em come, the

l .,' you can become a professional 'man, within the past few months and the do. Won't be gone more than fifteen I more the merrier. They will find the ,n,7 I My Old Kentucky Home Marl. Tiffany "

. \ ':; use It as only one out of many tool, future seems very bright or twenty minutes. It's the beet we ,best land in the state in Bradford I 4 S."r.",S.b

'' Better be a good mechanic, as .u'h'a can do. Give him some more of that county and the best climate for we '.00 (Sweet Genevieve T."or 0...

;. I:' 'I JiJ\" man can always find paying work. LINES DRAWN FOR A BITTER grease and rub it all over his' chest I have just enough cold to make it Cba. Harrison and John Young

,l'I I : ; a "SPURLOS RAILROAD BATTLELines and throat, and he flew. I healthy, not too cold or too hot-just

<<'II" > VERSENKT"Thevditor It seemed he was gone all\ night but mejum. 5038 J Rose of Araby ..h..... Jen.'Dance Orchestra ':
,
have been drawn for a bitterfight when he got back he looked at the (Continued Next Week { Pet Trol'
) '
\ It 4; of the Lamberton Minn. 1.00 a
( ) '
" \I '.' Star, has honored the Telegraph with between\, the railways and theiremployee i baby and then said, Samantha, late I I Lovin'Lady I.ham Jon..'Danc. Orch..tra,

71 I a full page reproduction of the editor. over the question of wage i pray and we did. If we ever did pray ir' -: fet Tnt

I I k ial we had anent the Star and its fight reductions. The highest governmental we did then, but before anyone cameo pZ' 1002'
':rJ' against that portion of Germany, authorities will be called upon t God took our boy's soul home to His 1 1.00 { Kerry Dance So"r.". Dorothy Jardon /
,
.
,' 'Ij which Is located In Rrfdwood comely adjudicate the controversy bosom and let us only ,the beautiful .

,The current number reveals that one The railway' brotherhoods already clay mould that we had worshipped Tired
Love
;, of the I IC 1 1was 13014 f You True .' Irene Pavlo.ka.
: In two pro-Gorman papers started have arried! their case directly to perhaps, too much. it took years for I { ."oSo/o .
', ? order. to starve out the Americanpaper President Wilson. A telegram sent I Josef us to get over it, but it made' i .25 (Lone Long Ago
r has given the Irene Pavlo.ka ,
up ghost
to the nation's chief executive B. "
, ". by him still a better man, while he was "I weak and run-down, Sr.". Solo
versenkl I ',
as the editor I i Ii
.
.. terms it, at a great loss to its stock M, Jewell, president of the railway always kind now he was kinder and relates Mrs Eula Burnett, of (

I I'iic holders The Star says it has sofa employes department of the AmericanFederation more'gentle. But let's drop this sub-I Dalton Oa.HI was thin and 13016 f Kathleen Mavourneen Theo. Karle
.l cost the pro-Germans $65,000 to kill of Labor and six other union ject. Josef and 1 seldom speak of i Just felt tired all the time. !! I 1.25 { T..or Sol.

f(1! : .It, but still it is kicking and has, ap ( heads, attacks the position of the it. It is too sacred. ] E I didn't rest welL I wasnt [ Killarney. T..r 5.1. neo Karl.

,! parently as 'many lives as William railway executives and asks'the prep Well, time moved on and we began I ever hungry I knew, by ,
,) Duncan ident to intervene. to want a ,larger home. So Josefus I I this I needed a tonic, and II
,I'r" The Star is a newsy paper, but Swift action by the employes followed I cut the logs and hauled them to theI I as there Is none better thanI Bruntwick Record. play on YOUR phonograph

I. I scanning its local columns! we find the appeal of the railways ''too'' sawmill and got lumber enough to I a U.e steel or. fibre needle
t very few but foreign names, althoughthese the United States laborboard '
railway wage build us a new house and some outbuildings
: names are, seemingly, those of far abrogation of the national 1
and built
I we this house.
good Americans. The
't'
editor himself
I',' , t is named Shei. In order to be a good agreements as" a means of'avertlng"bankru'ptcy. When' it came time to move, neither CARDUIIThe Consumer's Lumber Co.
,I r \ American it is not necessary to be In their telegram to of us seemed in a hurry to move, so
, .' named Jones or Smith or Higginboth- President Wilson, the union heads one evening Josefus said, Let's go

, I B'i!" am. The man from Europe who lovesthjs charged thatthe, railroads were seeking over to the new house, and we went Starke, Fla. e

" 'I \,,', country, abides by its laws and to force reductions in wages by After going through the rooms we ,I
,I institutions and works for its purposeful inefficiency in the Woman's Tonic
welfare
4 management came out on the porch as the sun was
G i$' will stand the 100-per cent teat The of the,linos. The union leaders going down. We looked over 'to thee

,,: Star gets sympathy from every direction appealed to the president to order th little log house and both broke out '
.
. I began "
in Its braves fight and makes, no railroads to present their evidence of crying using Cardul,
I
doubt more and more friends at homeall continues Mrs. Burnett.
t the time. Shei "general bankruptcy" to the interstate t don't want to ]leave the little old i "After
Uro. will win 1 in my first bottle, I slept
f the end. "Lay on, Mac-duff', and damned commerce commission If the log house were our baby boy used to better and ate better. I took r

be he who first cries 'hold claims of the roads are substantiatedthe play. This great house will never i, four bottles. Now I'm well I
; !I'" employes' leaders ask the {- oem like home to I
enough 1_ aces me. Well wo didn't ,feel Just fine, eat and Bleep:
" : .:..... .
\
move for over a month and when I I my skin Is clear and I hare
,t lk\',, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' !\ MEET What !Mrs.Says llrrnnlnjrer About Rat: of Poison New York, spoke about it Jonefua would say, Bet' \ gained and sure feel that ---.
; --- ter wait and let the new house dry out i Cardul Is the
!ii r ;' The board was called to order byi' "Tried preparations that kill rats, first That suited We best tonic ever I Florida has many Industries that Northern
me. finally l made city where will be
they kept
Chairman C. A. Feb but RAT SNAP is the that I TO I
ijiberts Monday, onliy one moved and have been here are unusual and not to be found In ,
7th, with all other mem.bcrslrt'nt prevents disagreeable odors after kill While it Is ever since. Thousands of other women 1 many states. For instance Florida until nearer the Uma.,l or'sse.. There
as follows: J. M. Hrownlee, 'S, -T.Dowling.'H. lag Also ttAlVSNAP because it a good large house, we have found CardiU Just as supplies are
;' H. Williams, II. P. Game: comes, !in handy cakes!?, no mixing! with never could ,think of taking down the I Mrs. Burnett did. It should a great deal of the. palmettoused many, carloads chipped for the
Minutes of January 3rd 'ahdH 4th ether ,food iYou: don't hMv wto dirty lift)(. Jog 'house where we both had, help you in the churches of the country! on purpose ,from Florida; .

. meetings read and approved. your hands, it's the best for householduse. had ao :much ,happiness and sorrow, At all druggists. PalmSunday.. Althougn that religIous ,
,' The published minutes of Jan. 4th ." Try RAT SNAP. Three sizes and it stands there today. It has now I& festival t is some weeks away two Cold Cause drip and Influenza
"I'J': 'was 1n error as it should have said 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteedby been some 36 years and we have made U's? A carload's

the salary of the attorney for the D. C Jones Starke, Fla. -Advr quite a mark here on this farm. In last
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. PACE rtYB. ;a tr.1

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square tickets ,printed .at the Tele HE SUBSCRIBED Mr. and 'Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of v

graph office. j C. ::i.7.j CCCTZMCKTALL : ioUeJiwrrni; visitors Ticre Saturday.

Tuesday a man came into the Telegraph Ed I'amsh was a business visitorto l

Mrs. Xelle Hughes,.of Washington, office and asked when the tax OVER 7 lit:: STATE Clayno Saturday

Bits of LocalInformation D. C., visiting her mother, Mrs S. collector would be in his office. The O. W. Dyal was in Briooker Friday.

Telegraph man looked into a ropy of Mrs Tom Wasdin, of Waldo And f
L. Hamrick. Mrs. Hughes is a mem- ,
'
last week's paper, and was able to inform son, Ernest, were here Saturday; .
ber of the Washington Opera Company
II
the caller that the collector wa John Starling was a business visitor -
** *
{
who in December so successfully not in town, but in Lake Butler The t\ to Sampson Saturday.
vsoifA
&IIt II '9' presented the grand opera "Aida." man was disappointed and said he l bad Mrs.. Anna Youngblood, of Louise,
Cw..rwly Ow ,.. ... ".**te.. ...
"' *. aa. CataMqr. T **t. T J The success of the Washington Opera come all the way from 'the Lawte; was shopping here Friday ,

e I Co. as',a model of civic developmenthas Mrs Tom Waxdm and sons, Eddie

I been a source of inspiration to MASTER'S BALE and Ernest, of Waldo, worn visiting
._ -___.__ Notice t. hereby fflvrn that under and byvirtue their
U\ n many other.cities, and opens the way of that certain. drcraa of tor.elo.urem.dr parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W.

O. Haynes, of Hampton, was In town' for the establishing of a system of and mtrd br the Judir of the. Clroul l>yal), Sunday r a ,
Court. Bradford County Florida, in Cleneery.
Monday. Misses Josie Hoffman and Era Anderson national opera with the capital as its on the. Srd day vt .*u. A. D. im. In favor Mrs Alfred McKinney 'spent the .,
.if T> W. Alvarva. .. complainant, and airalnaC. week-end at Sampson with tier
.spent Sunday with relatives in center thus' bringing the musical daughter
M. DM*. aa defendant the ...n..I..1 .._. M '
Be sure and get a ticket for the Jacksonville.U. classes into the Intimate life of our .'-.] muter .will\ offer for .. Itt- /ront of Mrs Walter Edmondson. v' ,
minstrel Feb. 23rd. the eourthouw door in Starkw. Florida durin Wiloy EdmonJson of Sampson
; was
whole country, and affording! the latent the legal hours of .... on Monday, March, 7th1B21. here Saturday. ,
I M. C. and Nitro Club Gun Shellsat musical genius of the nation an to t.... hl..h..t and beat bidder for cuh. d 1
Peanut seed, $1.15 per bushel.'.J. F.' Hull's. 2-4-2t the following ovaeribed perannal property alt RIa'"y. O. W. Dyal visited his brother in
.
Kickliter. opportunity for development through tiated In Bradford County, Florida Hampton Sunday.
242t. One Ford leering Oar I.IS Model En ln.
Strawberry tickets at the Telegraphoffice. expression. No. 10S1S. Edd Pan-tun and family and John
/ A. Z ADKINH. Starling and wife were visiting relatives .
J. S. Griner, of Melrose was in E. JOHNS.. Special MaaUrBolieJlor in
Starke aturday.To TIlE MINSTREL SHOW for Complainant S-ll-4t- Sampson Sunday r'i
The following program was render-

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of The minstrel show to be given under er by the literary. society of Graham a
break a cold take 666. 2-11 Gainesville, spent the 'weekend at the school: I It
the auspices of the Woman's Clubof
home of her father, Col. W. T. Weeks. ,
Starke the school house auditorium
at PENTAWORUCOLUMN
S. L. Griffis Reading-Malvin
of Johnstown, was a
Wednesday night February
vlsttor.to Starke .Monday. Seed oats and chufas. Kickliter's. 23rd, promises to be a pretentious af- D Jokes-Rosa Reynolds. ii
a a a a ia aa a a a aaaaa a.Maaa Re'itatlon-Frank
i> 2-4-2t. I Groover.
fair. The local talent that has been
Candy and fruits. Hull's store. 2t., I JOHN POMEROY Rt'cltation-IGertrude Wyttn.
recruited, assisted\ by members of the

W D. Grove Rowell Prevatt and son, Sylvester ''Williams and the Demorcst Stock The eminent New Zealand scient 'QUl'ltlonll-Mlnnie Ogden I
of Lawtey was In
Prevatt of who make Starke their ist.whose theory that SO p.r cant Pftdlng-Eth..1 Dyal. ,
Lawtey in Sat- Companies
were town
town the fine of the week. FOR SALE-Kentucky bred mare, 8 of all Illness reult. from disordered nt-eltstion-LlIlian Fogg." "
urday, visiting relatives and making home and are wintering here, promiseto
years of age. D. E. Knight Starke, tomnehs has created much talk
so
A few doses an appreciated call at this office. give the people of Starke and vicinity Miss Grace Togg, of Brooker, spent J.
666 break a cold. Fla. 1-28-U. ".re. It Is said that hundreds of the weekend
t something ,unusual in the way here with her brother, ''t
people in this section are now tak .
Murray Thomas, of Lake Butler Before buying peanut seed see L. bf entertainment. "Doc" Harvey, FOR SALE 5,000 stalks green Simpson 'ing Mr. Pomcroy's new medicine, Chesley Fogg ,

had business in Starke Monday. A. Duncan Co., Lake Butler, Fla. First comedian of the Williams Stock Co., ('ane. field run. A. Z. Adklns, Puratone, with amazing results. Ethel Dyal, of Ziff, spent Sunday .

i I class seed at 95c per bushel of 25 who has had wide experience in this Starke. 2-11-tf. with her uncle, J. L. Ogdrn. 11f il ,

Snuff and -smoking tobacco 8 for I I21ic. pounds. 1284t. work, is putting the show in shape Jack Goodge, of Watermill, was In \

J. and says that he never had a more section for nothing, as he wanted to town Monday. .
Kickliter. 2-4-21
F. willing and better bunch of talent to FOR SALE-Ford} touring car, rebuilt pay his taxes. Did anybody know Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Dyal were in
) Charlie Moore of N. J. .
a nephew with
I starter
at
work with in the cities."Doc" a bargain. when Mr. be La Starke Tuesday '
Chas.' Moore of even larger Hayes would at toy T .
George, of Highland, was I Hartsville, S. C., arrived Smith's Garage. 2oUt"FOR
among the visitors to. Starke Monday Tuesday for a visit with Mrs. J. J. says the Woman's Club Yes, the paper says on Tuesday, Feb Juhn McKinney, of Sampson, was
should be supported, as any woman 15th. here Monday.
ruary
Sparkman and Mrs. R. D. George. SALE Several
good horses and
living in Starke especially married Mr and Mrs. Leroy Goodge, of
Rub-My-Tism relieves Rheumatism, mules, also three Jersey cows, fresh One of the many advantages of
business visitors here
needs club. Sampson were
Sweet corn beans and lima women, a See keeping the Telegraph thus forcibly a
Neuralgia. Sprains. 2-11-21 snap E. J.' Dowling, Hampton, Fla. Saturday
i r i bean seed. J .F. Kickliter. 242t. 2-ll-2t came home to the caller, and he paid

Mr,, and Mrs. Wi E.' Davis spent .INCOME ,TAX, RETURNS for a year's subscription on the spot. Mrs Arthur Brown and children f'

Monday in Jacksonville.; Mrs. May Dickens, of Chester, S. FOR SALE-Florida runner seed p a. .were visiting in Sampson Thursday
A collector will be Leroy Dyal of Ziff, spent Sunday
deputy GRAHAM
revenue ,
I C., has been for the past week a guestat I nuts 4 cents a pound cash with or

Auto tops and auto painting. M. the homes of in Starke on March 3rd, 4th and 6th der. Henry Summers, R. F.. D. 1, hero.
Mrs. W. L. Wall and I in
Leviton to assist persons in making up their Lulu Fla. Graham, Feb. 11.-John Thigpen, Miss Viola Starling was visiting
Starke. 1119tf. 2U:2t"FOR i
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Income tax returns for the year 1920. : of Ziff, was here Saturday Sampson Sunday. .

The tax Is due this time not later than Andy Sparks and wife, of Louise, Mrs. Marmon Wynn and childrenwere
I'\'. Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, was a Fresh tomatoes. They are fine. N. March 15th, and this is the only time RENT: -Two flats, upper and were business visitors here Friday. visiting her parents. Mr and

I visitor to Starke Monday.All B. Hull's. 2-4-2t. that a deputy will be in Starke priorto lower, each comprising 4 rooms and Blox Parrish, of Sampson, was here' Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney, of Sampson f

the time for making payment. bath.. Furnished or unfurnished. D. Sunday Thursday < ..

double thick tobacco 2Bc a plug. CIGARS-If you smoke cigars,why Those who wish assistance with their E. Knight, Starker 1-28-tf. .
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J. F. Kickliter. 2-4-2t not get the best. Call for GARCIAde returns should bear the"dated in mind. >

ORA, lOc, at all dealers. A mild Ml-2t. FOR SALE-S.. C. Rhode Island Reds I

Mrs.- E. M. Johns spent Tuesday in full Havana Filler 24tf. eggs. Don Ronaldson strain, none

: Jacksonville with friends. TO TEACHERS better $2 per setting of 16.: Mrs.T. HULL'S STORE' v

: -, I.; Wainwright, Lawtcy, Fla. It* ,
Mrs. A. Price and Miss Cassie White
Berry crates and N. B. Hull's242t
cups. I will buy a limited amount of war-

were visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. rants a( 10 per cent discount, or will LOSTMal4hoA'\ large size, black "The Square Deal"r i
Price will return home tomorrow
allow face value if taken ip half cash with white list, marked crop, under .

Col. J. E. Futch spent Tuesday' in after a visit with. Mrs., L. E. Robertsi and half trade. J. W. Morgan, Starke and upper bit in both ears. Reward ,,.
Jacksonville I _
on business. Hl- t. 1
for information by James Kite '
Maxwell House coffee, 38c, 2 for 75c Starke 2-11-21 Just what we advertise we do. \\11, I

: Garcia de Ora, Perfecto Grande at Kickliter's. 242t. METHODIST SPECIALS FOR THISJWEEK ;1 ,

elze, :lOc: at all dealers. 24tf.A. FOR SALE-Big type Poland China 'r' '; if

Mrs. J. F. Colley and little niece, Sunday school) 10 a. m. \ hogs,. bred to son of Herlong's Riff I Dried Apple, very beat 20c lb., 2 IBs. 35c. '\ .

T. Mizell, of Raiford, was a Kate Fugate, left Wednesday 'afternoon Preaching, 11 a. m. Model. See M. F. Brown, at Ab- Good long Grain Rice, per lb., 6c. ; ,

,J pleasant caller at aour office Saturday Bronson fora.and Ocala.visit with relatives in I No preaching at 7:30 p. m. Every : 'strart office, Starke. 1-14-tf. Baled Hay, $1.50 per 100 Ibs. M1l

body attend the revival at the
" "Bap : )
tist church. CROSS Tiff: CUTTERS-Write for Bright Cotton Seed Meal, $2.20 ,.

To prevent'a cold take 666. price and ship ties of all"
Rub-My-Tism cures bruises, cuts, Epworth League, 6:30: p. m., sharp. your
1 erodes to Cress. Manufacturing rn! SUGAR 8 CENTS POUND '
burns', sores, tetter, etc. 2-11-21 J. C. DIGGS.Pastor., t iy
A large Japanese hat is on displayin .JarblbY11tfl. Florida. 8-15-20-lvr" ,

Col. D. E. Knight spent the first of the show window of Hoffman & An All price as low aa quality will [allow.

the week in Tampa where he went on derson's millinery store. This hat PRESBYTERIAN"What FOR SALE-Two-horse wagon, two We are booking orders now*for a car of Seed Potatoes

legal business. serves the purpose of both parasol hors fertilizer distributor twohorse Rose 4 and Red Bliss Triumph. Get your orderin
cutter, farm hnnlemcnts of ,
do than others?
and hat, and is an Interesting cur ye more \ '
many kinds, price right: for cash. R at once and Our Seed Bean Corn ;
save ,
Don't fail to see "Doc" Harvey and iosity. It was brought from Japanby The preacher will discuss that text at money!
the Presbyterian church next Sunday R. Prevatt, Starke. 2-4-21* and Chufas in stock. Armour' Fertilizers get the
hit "Minstrel Men" at school auditor George Hoffman, a brother of Miss are ,

ium Feb. 23rd. Hoffman. at.11 a. m. It contains a message for right brand for the wish to make. '
YOU. Come and hear it. Sabbath FOR SALE-.Florida runner seed! i>.nTiuts crop you '

4 cents: White! Hnsn1 R U. M. C. Gun Shell '
school at 10 Don't send Special price
a.. m., your on
I want chickens and .
eggs, pecans. Don't forget to call on L. A. Dun children-bring. theDNo evening cents ner pound, f. o. b. Take ParV.
1 KickHter's. 2-4-2t can Co. Lake Butler, for nice ; "Git plenty while gitten ll"
your service, the Baptist have the "right: Ga. Cash with order F. M..Whlt.. a your say
Florida peanut seed, price 95c per & Son, Lake Park, Ga. 12-17-r> +
of We'll all there. Brother
Col. Joe 11111 Williams, of Lake bushel of 25 pounds. 1284t. way. go Be sure to come Saturday.'Our: customers: come
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Butler, had legal business in StarkeMonday. Henderson is giving: us straight goods. FOR SALE Georgia raised runner back. There must be a reason.,
DAVID LANDER V. D. M.
.: Get my prices on feed. Kickliter's. peanut seed. 00 cents per bushel.

242t. White Spanish 5c per pound, f. n, i iS
: 666 Quickly: relieves a cold.T. HELP THE TEACHERS b. halts) Park. Ga. Quality guaranteed N. B. HiU. L L ,

Miss Ida Warren had as guests last ; or money refunded. F. M

S. Williams has shipped two carloads week end: Mr. Frank Warren, of Largo It is probably well known that our White A Son. 2-11-Rt! ,
school funds in serious
are a very con-
of sweet potatoes during the Miss Lottie Warren of High
dition seems to be no for the -
money
past few days. Miss Chlorie Ara and Sua- FOR SAIE-N. C. or Florida Rnnnrr
Springs ,
teachers. I understand the board in- ,
der Crawford, who live'near Starke, tube in session next Monday. 1: suggest seed pnanutsji We offer for promn :
Early speckled and bunch velvet nreentanee" and rash with order the c,
I
Cecil Hall of Hampton, and Lloyd that the warrants be drawn in 4fl)
beans. KickHter's. 242t.G. N. C, or Florida Runner aced peat *
Moore. small amounts, say flQ.OO, thus make ;
nuts! at SI. per bushel! f4c ner IM
ing them easier to handle! in the channels .
of Jacksonville has In suck f. b. Lowell _
W. Baisden, put tip new o.
of business then I would
and
been in Starke during the week. visiting Strangers sometime know more FIll II. T. Hall Co., Lowell Fla r 4
relatives. about our bargains than some home suggest: : to such merchants as are able 1-V-tf. t
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folks but it is not our fault. A lot of to do so, to take these warrants in 4
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', homefolks do know. It Is up'' to you. trade at face value, as they constitute -
; 666 breaks a cold quicker than. any N. B. Hull. 242t. an obligation which certainly AGENTS WANTED-LadY or gentleman '

remedy we. know 2-11 'must be met within a few months. A agent wanted in the city of /

The Junior Red Cross of the Starke certain portion of one's taxes may be Starke: to sell the genuine J, R. 1( I

Saturday Special-Hull's-SUGAR elementary school, which has as its paid with them. This l would relieve Watkins medicines, spices, extracts ff ,l1

8 refits pound., 242t. chairman Miss Olive Ray, have been the teachers of the burden of discounting toilet preparations, etc. All or :

recently interested in bringing offerings their none too easily earned spare time eA wonderful opportunity
Mrs. Andrew Jolly, of Waldo was a in business for .yourself
to help thte starving children of salary. J. W. MORGAN. to get
guest last week at the home of her Write today for free particulars
Last for
Europe. week they sent $15
daughter, Mrs. W B. Harvard. this purpose to the Red Cross head BATTERIES RECHARGED and sample. J. R. Watkins Co., 61

:Buy peanut seed from L. A. quarters in Atlanta. The juniors are Memphis, Tenn. 2-11-21 Money By Wire
your also interested in correspondence with Save money on batteries for your
Duncan Co., Lake Butler, Fla. 05c per FOR SALE OR RENT-80 acre farm
Northern schools, which is both instructive cars and gasoline engines by having
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bushel 1-28-41 four miles south of Lake Butler a -tTo:
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and amusing to the children. them recharged. I have just Installed junction of Lake ButlerWorthfngton get moneyitherequickly and to the

Miss Anna Canova returned home Runner peanut seed, grown at Red. a Delco plant, including a powerful and Starke-Dukea roads. 40 right person is often vital.WESTERN I
dick Fla. These peanuts are first
last Thursday: after a visit-with rela storage battery, which is ready for acres under cultivation and under .
bushelof
solid seed. Price 95c
tives Fitzgerald: : and Douglass, Ga.Comin.JSchool class, L. A. Duncan per Co., Lake service at any time. The charges for, wire fence. Good Buildings 'and

.t..fH",... -t. ..4. _- >, Butler 25 pounds.Fla." 1284t. rejuvenating batteries, as well as all within twenty yards of schoolhouse UNION'I I

'Auditorium, Wednesday other work and accessories is very Very desirable' location for man

"Doc" Harvey and low, but strictly cash. with school children. ICO acre farm
Feb. 23rd, Fresh garden seeds at Kickliter2.4.2t. .. Money Transfer;
his Minstrel Men, STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS, eight miles north of Lake Butler on
;
Lake ButUr-OluHtce road. 60 acre
I R. BURROWS, Prop
,
]Head rice, 6c lb. Klckliter's. 2-4-2t Among the buyers at forced sale of ; .fence under cultivation Good buildings and under and with good: IT] is the quickest, surest safest means to

the Shaver goods Monday, was P. M, NOTICE
J. C. demons and A. B. Surrencywere Padgett, of Lake Butler, who became fifty yards of school. Will sell for send money anywhere for any purpose.
the Brooker visitors to cash or on easy terms or will renl
among several hundred
the owner of vel1.'etaoble I will be absent until April, attending to suitable tenants Must act quick t
Starke Monday. For the 4Y
crates. Contractor J. Chastain, accommodation of customers
a school of pharmacy. All parties ly. Apply Jno. L. Smith. Lake Butler
haul
Butler undertook to'
Lake
of ,
The time has come around forstrawberryticketll. them home on his auto truck. The indebted to Turner's Drug Store Bank. 2-11-tf and the public generally; we are hand
are urgently requested to at
Can be had at the stack of crates 11 feet high pay once
were My business will be in charge of Mr. ling"Western Union
Money Transfers;
Telegraph office. above the bed of the truck, and it re Chas. F. Tatum, who is an experienced Remarkable Linguist ,, p"fit
quired careful packing as well as driving The greatest of linguistic, genius /PCr /
competent, registered drug&ist.Thanking .
: to get the loads safely home. ran undoubtedly Giuseppe. Mcxzofsntt '
CatarrhCatarrh you most cordially for who died In !M9. Not only could the BANK OF

Is a local diaMUM great)? tenu.' Have your berry tickets printed in your past favors and soliciting a con: wonderful Italian read 'W) or 00 dlforent STARKE tSTARKE
eaeed by ooimtltutlona! renditions. lnuation; : .of-your future valued patronage dla-
la l.'ngiinges. besides runny
HAU/8 fcATARRH MBDICINM a time to avoid the rush. Round and .
Tonic and Blood Purifier. By cle.nalna which shall have our our ecu, but lie could also st>'ak and write =; :IE* FLCRIrAr

the blood and bulldog up the f'JESE: prompt and careful,attest; ion. thorn with iixtotilslilntf flaoiury, It waonteciM ,
HAUL'S CATARRH allows Nature todo Pile. Cured la 6 to 14 Days "
normal condition .nd If PAZO OINTMENT fen' ,: Truly yours, that MerKofnntl could coo .
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It. worK Circulars free.i toe ru,,.. rt"J1r: IeedlntotPrmmNntPlbt I I tv! ,.. F. L. TURNER versevithwitlvea of iruAtlcully every, y.
All Druggl.ts. ,
"' F. J. Cbaney Co-. TOledo Ohio. ,lnftrif slow M| r.lea j I-. .cI..ItrMnd raw Flip fc.,wuut.and you rrk.can!.f : 2'4-2ti."& Druggist.rM Quarter of the gl-/h..

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PAGE TWO. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH-STARKE, FLORIDA. FRiDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921.1J .



I t>urlveS.." "Do1 "wliutr Pennlngton queried. "how often do you nave to be told tEal .

for somebody wha L&m not quite to buy that quarter -
s, A,I John Cardigan' old hand come'&TOI>- "Something nice read .
Ingly forth mind rested affectionatelyupon did something nice for we,," she an- -aectlonT"
I 01.," Bryce retorted, "I merely
bill boy's "You forget ny lion swered.
The t that we cannot lust In business long About two o'clock the following afternoon called up to tell yon\ that every dollar

enough: to get that road built, even old Judge Moore' of the Superior and every. asset yqn have In the world.

though Gregory! should agree to court of Humholdt county drift- Including your heart' blood Isn't *uf

VALLEYo finance, the building of It The Interest ed Into Bryce Cardigan'siffice' sat Cclent to buy the Valley of the Giants
"
on our bonded. Indebtedness Is down uninvited find lifted bill longlegs from us now.

payable on the first-" to the top of an adjacent chad "Ehl What's that Why" fi IKE"ITil

the lie "Because, my dear, overcautious and<
"We can meet 11.. sir ,Veil, Bryce. my boy began"a
I "Aye but we can't .meet the fifty Jlttlo bird tells me your daddy In thoroughly unprincipled enemy. It was ,
; fold five minute; for the tidy rum TOASTED"
thousand dollars which, under the considering: the sale of Cardigan's aro
i
I terms of our deed of trust we are required Redwoods, or the Valley of the Giants. of one hundred thousand dollar, and
GIANTSi ij .- If you don't believe me, come over to
to pay In on July first of each How about It?

j year es a sinking fund toward the retirement Bryce stared at him a moment quostlonlngly. my office and Ill-let you "feast your

.' I of our bands Bryce, It just "Yes. Judge." he replied, eyes on the certified check.

By PETER B. tCYNBAotbo oa n't l>e done We'd have' our roud "we'll ell, If me get; our price." He could bear a distinct gasp. After CIGARETTEI

i.r 1l I about twIt completed when we'd bust "'Veil," his visitor drawled "I havea aD Interval of five seconds however, I

l+ *of up In business ; Indeed, the minute client wbo might be persuaded I'm the Colonel recovered his poise. "I No cigarette has

"Cappy Rick*" I 1'ennlngton suspected we were paralleling here to talk turkey. What's your congratulate you," he purred. "I np- the same delicious

his line, he'd choke off our wind. ; price'" pose ,I'll have to wait a little longer

I tel you It can't be done." "Before we talk price," Bryce parried now, won't IT Well-patience I III my flavor as Lucky

l ryzxxxxzzxzxzzxxzxxxxxxz lint Ilryce controcllcted him earn "I want you to answer a Question. middle. name. Au revolt" Strike. Because

OoprrlgM ry Pete* B. ErneSYNOPSIS. ; I catty "It can be done," he said. "If ." The Colonel hung up. HI* bard face Lucky Strike Is the

we can, start building our road and "Let her fly," said Judge; Moore. was ashen with rare, and he stared at

f have It half completed before Pen "Are IOU dlrectl/ Indirectly, acting . a calendar on the wall with his cold, toastod cigarette.

nlngton jump on us, Gregory will for Colonel I'cnolngtonT""That's phldlan' stare. However lie was not

T simply have to come to our aid to. self- none of your business, young without a generous stock of optimism

1' redwood' CHAPTER region.1.-John Cardinal' la the California at (ort)'. defense. 'Once he ties up with us, he's man-at least It would be none of "Somebody has learned of the ', low @) 7Kv.1'iww'e..

even, /. the leadlna; cltlaen of committed to the task of seeing us your bUHlness If I were" directly or indirectly state of the Cardigan fortune; bemused ;

t 1 owner timber imwtdoaerp&ftt.r'd BIMIUaJ through I can da It I tell you." acting for Uiat unconvlcted "and taken advantage of it to

+? married life, and tsth.r.of .) 'We're Going to Parallel Peanington'eLogging John Cardigan raised his hand thief. To the best of my Informationand Induce the old man to sell at last

Brrce Cardigan. Road""If'ydu'snd I "No" he said firmly, "I will not allow belief Colonel Pennlngton doesn't They're figuring on selling to me at a nUhod by the state comptroller are

CHAPTER IL-.At fourteen Bryee make - you to do this. That way- that Is the figure In this deal In any way, shape nest profit. And I certainly did overplay allowed to be displayed on any motor

the Itor acquaintance of Shirley Sumner, a via. I have any brains, they Pennlngton method. If we full, my or mannet; and 1111 you know, rve been my hand last night However.there' vehicle. The use of cardboard or paper '
1 to Sequoia, and tale Junior by a, few must roll around In skulls
like
our do
to tit
.,.. Together : out like daddy's friend for thirty years. nothing noexct'pt tags it prohibited.
i$ ", th.yvi.lt the Valley of son/ we pass gentlemen, not your :
*Ii.. aiaata. sacred to 'John buckshot In a tin pan. Listen now, tight and wait for the new owner.
Cardigan and
blackguards We will not take advantage Still Bryce was not convinced, notwithstanding "The enforcement of the law is up-
eon a the burial place of Bryoa' with all your' ear*. When Bill Hen next move"
: 'nether. .d part with mutual raft-ret. of this man Gregory's faith.I If the fact that he would I on the local authorities, the same at
I derson wanted to build the logging he join forces with us, we lay our have, staked his honor on the judge's Meanwhile, l In the general office of : other criminal statutes are enforced."
r x CHAPTER in.-While Is at coltece railroad which he afterward sold toPennington Redwood Lumber
r the Cardigan company .
, John Cardigan 7CI heavy hand on the table and let him look. veracity. Nobody knew better than he I

rt i', "" anew 108... and for the nrit time views and which Pennington Is "Then he'll never join hands withus In what devious 'aYII' the Colonel joy was rampant Bryce Cardigan RESOLUTIONS
4 tuo future with now using a* a club to beat brain
I ,' uncertainty. our partner. We're done" worked his wonders to perform. was doing a back: and wing dance
, out did be have the to build .
money around the room, while Moire McTavIsh
CHAPTER IVv-After graduation from "We're not done, my Ron. We have "Well, he said "I can name you a
A resolution by the Disciples
f .; _Uel., and with her back to her tall desk passed
a trip abroad. Bryoe Car to
f ( come home On the train he meets I loaned It to him." one going take watched him In her a tremendou ft Christ of Bradford county, in
, ".I' ahlrl.)' Sumner on h.r way to Sequoia t* It rye got to-for your sake. More- that I believe It to be over your head. eyes
. ,, make her homo thero with; her DOI s. "Dow' did be pay you back? over, your mothe would have wished't We have several times refused to sell joy and a sweet, yearning glow of convention assembled at Graham, Fla.,
Col. Pennlngton. Bryce learn that bis "Why, he gave me a ten-year contract adoration Jan. 30th 1921
that Bryce wa too happy ,
J father1* eyeilght b... failed and that OoL *o." to Colonel Pennlngton for a hundred
X for hauling our logs at a dollar and ..rlt'" t/i .".tLe&' .
Xnnlngton le lIlns to take advantage/ "Von don't mean"Yee -" thousand dollars Whereas, We, the Disciples of Christ
tha old man'. buelnen before tier
mletortunes. feetII" > Suddenly he paused
ana hair a thousand
a I do. rm going to sell Pen "Naturally that little dab: of timber be 'decl.red. of Bradford .county have seen the evil
CHAPTER V.-In Uie Valley of the merely credited his account with the U worth more to Pennlngton than to "Molra, you're a lucky girl
I nlngton my Valley of the Giant It effects of liquor upon the people of
I Olaote young Cardigan find a tree felled amount of the freight bills be sent me anybody else However client ha "I thought this morning yon "
directly acroee hie mother' grave. Indication until he'd squared up the loan, principal I is my personal property, and It 1* notmortgaged. Jay were going back to a kitchen In a log'ging our land, andWhereas ,
are that It was out down to secur* : Pennlngton can never given me Instructions to go as high asa
the burl, and evidence seem to chow that and Interest. I hundred thousand If to get camp.. It almost broke my heartto We realize that liquor has

Rondeau.Pennlngton are and Implloated hip wood.in Uie-_outrage, Julos "Well, if Bill Henderson financed I foreclose twenty-five on hundred It-and until acres lie of get virgin It, the property." necessary think of .fate's swindling you like always been the enemy of the Church'and

l' himself on that plan, why didn't we "Whatr that" De put his arm around her ancgave a hindrance in the work. of the

CHAPTER VI.- Inlns with Col. Pen- think of using the same timehonoredplan timber on Squaw creek are valueless "I said hundred thousand her. a brotherly hug. "It'i Master andWhereas
itOne
nlngton and hie niece, Bryce finds the nay, a source of expense to him and all ,
+' with for financing a road to parallel autumn In the woods( Moire,
room paneled redwood burl, confirm dollars of the standard
of homes
present The safety our
Inc hi. BUBptclona of Pennlngton'a Ilt Pennlngton's Bryce, he ban to have It; and he'll pay the underbrush Is golden. ,
In a diplomatic the weight and fineness. and the lives and characters of our
way unperceived by Burley price, when he know I mean winter!' In
It
the two men declare war, ,- John Cardigan sat up with a jerk. business" Judge Moore' last statement swept She smiled, though wa people are at this time threatened by
"By thunder!I" he' murmured. That He her_heart. ,
CHAPTER VII.-Pennlngton refueee to With a sweeping gesture he waved way Bryce' suspicions required its unlawful manufacture sale and
M hie warn as close as he ever came to uttering further evidence regardless -
renew logging contract with the CardleTane. now no that -
aside the his
A argument that rose to Continued Next Week use therefore
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believing hi* action mean bankruptcy an oath. of the Identity of the judge'
for the latter. Bryce force. Ron- son' lips "Lead me to the telephone," Be It resolved That who
man
no
dean to '..onr....* he felled the tree In the "All rlgUt John Cardigan. I forgiveyou. he client that client could not possibly be ,
t''. Valley of the Olanta, at Pennlngton'e commanded : and Bryce, recognising THINGS CAR OWNERS OUGHT TO shall manufacture sell
or- Now, then,continue to listen : Go!. Seth Penalngton or anyone acting or use as a
der. After punishing the men Bryce his sire' unalterable determination
i hurl. him at Col. Pennlngton who, with To the north of that great block of obeyed. for him since only the night before KNOW beverage, any liquors wines or any

Hhlrley." humiliated had wltneued the fight Pvnnlnarton timber held by you and Fennlngton lie In Pennlngton had curtly refused to buy intoxicating drinks, shall be chosen
I* and the girl I Indignant "Find Pennlngton's number the
ord.... Bryce to leave her and forget their the redwood holdings of the Trinidad hook John the property for fifty thousand dollars Ernest Amos, state comptroller, hall as officer of the Church of Christ, and
telephone Cardigan commanded
',, friendship.dlsmlual.He leaves, but retuae* to accept > Redwood Timber company." next For a moment Bryce stared stupidlyat issued instruction to owners of motor any officer already chosen who con-

"Never heard of them before." his visitor. Then he recovered his vehicles which well worth
are perusing tinues to any'extent, in the manu-
Bryce found It. and his father proceeded ,
+ CHAPTER VTII.-Returning to Sequoia "Well timber away In there In back wit*. ;, as the information I la of value to
? the train on which Shirley, her uncle, anjlar to get" the Colonel on the wire. facture, sale or use of the above nam-
Bryce traveling break front of beyond has never been well advertised " i "Sold I" he almost shouted, and after all of these machines. He
are possessors
{rf h'Jad "Pennington, he said hoarsely, "this ed, shall not be continued as officer in
, the locomotive, and have because It Is regarded as pracjttcally the fashion of the West extended his calls attention of
.caped, at the risk of hi. life cute out la John Cardigan speaking. rye decided to instances chang the Church of christ.Be .
Inaccessible. You will remem- hand to clinch the bargain. The judge
,
i' the cabooee and them from certain
eavei to sell you that quartersectionthat ins: tags from one auto to another,
ath., being painfully Injured In doing eo. 'her that some ten years ago a comipany shook 4t solemnly "The Lord loveth it further resolved, That members -
r blocks timber on Squaw which I. law rules
your contrary to
; governing -
waa Incorporated with the Idea of the church knowing the parties -
"
j CHAPTER IX.-Molra MeTavlih chllo- creek.
change of of
hood friend of Bryce and employed In hie of building a railroad from Grant' t ownership cars, engaged in the manufacture or
office, make. Shirley'. acquaintance and railS Ore., on the line of the Southern "Indeed. the Colonel purred. "I making; a car into a truck, the legal
sale of in the and
'''the two become friend.. Niedlng money had an Idea you were going to present liquors community
badly, John Cardigan offer to mull Pen. Pacific, down the Oregon and Callt'oJ'onla age of drivers, speed laws, equipment
not revealing such knowledge failing
natural or
It to the for
city a park.
;{, nlngton the Valley of the Olante, but the coast to tap the redwood belt. of brakes and horns, and makes the
I
i, Colonel, confident' the property must Boon '' "I've changed my mind. I've decid- to supply all .possible. evidencefor
be Isle through the bankruptcy of his I I "I remember. There wall able statement that the office of the comp
S ed to sell at your last offers""I've conviction of parties engaged
so
enemies ,
1 contemptuously refuse UnII whoop and hurrah and then the propo'acton troller will do what it to that
known to her uncle, Shirley the rye can see
buys too.
changed my mind, wl\\ Ibe considered as accessory to the
". Valley and the died abornlnV The engineer
CurAlfran* have a new such laws are impartially' carried out
I :,:,:, lease of business life. They Interest capi I found that the cost of construction: decided not to buy-at my lost offer. act of violating the laws of our land,
tel and decide on a. scheme to parallei1'ennington' Good-nlghl." Comptroller Amos says:
':!: logging railroad. through that mountainous countrj ii and shall be subject to disciplineatthe
was prohibitive." Slowly John Cardigan hung the receIver I "The tags must not be transferredfrom discretion of the elders of the

Call"'nee llial you and Miss Sum. "Well, before the project died on'the hook, turned and gropedfor the motor vehicle for which they church. >
I Her evidently hit It off his son. When he found him, the
" Just right with Gregory and his associates believed! were issued as per your application on Praying God for His guidance in
each other. Are old man held him for a moment In his
I you going to call on
that It was going to survive The) he file in this department. In case of a this step and believing that we are
ner again arms. "Lead me upstairs, son,
.dt quietly gathered together thirty thou I'm change of ownership of your motor doing His will we request that all
I "Oh. yes I ISh. begged me to. She murmured presently "I'm tired.,, religious -
,nnnd of good stuff and then as'down
! .my* she's lonesome." acres going to bed." vehicle, the tag; must go with the ve bodies, "and all citizens of our

I..' "I dare' say she I., Molra. rm triad they are to still wait waiting forithe; Gregory railroad., by An tin< When Colonel Seth Pennlngton hide It is the vehicle that is given county co-operate with us in our ef

; you've gotten to know each other I've way Is the president of the Trlnldal turned from the telephone and faced a number by this department and not: fort.

;' no doubt find life his niece. rend his triumph In the-owner. These not valid
you a little lonely Redwood Timber company He's at Shirley tag are We recommend' the adoption( of

j d ometlmeii.." '' ICdlnburgh man and the fly America hi. face "Old Cardigan has capitulated for use on any other car than the one these resolutions and that they be

"H-I "Sometimes., Mr. Bryce"a 'I. at last" he cried exultingly "He for which issued.
? promoters got him to put up the prig sent to our county paper for publication -
"How's my father of the timber- and then mortgage" just telephoned to say he'd accept my "Both of these tags must be attached ,
'i fi "Splendid. I've taken good care of I htm last offer for his Valley of the Giants."
theIr Interests
to a* security fol to your vehicle to the front John Mullady Warren Coffin A J.
; him for )'on." I I "But you're not going to bay It. one ,
.. the advance lie foreclosed then
i "i 10 "Molra, you're a weeUieart of a notes five on Tou told him so, Uncle Seth. and one to the rear Should one or McKinney, Committee. "

' I ,,'" Ctrl. I don't know bow we ever managed "And there years he ago.I* with his useless "Of course rm not going to buy It. I both be lost, make proper search for Resolutions were unanimously adopted. -

11 to wiggle along without you" timber !I" John Cardigan murmured at my last offer, It's worth five thousand same, and if unable to. find, make application .

'AI I J e Fraternally- almost paternally -he thoughtfully. "The poor Scotch suck dollars In the open market and to this department for duplicate i .

'!'i; t,.I, give her radiant cheek! three light little err once I offered him fifty thousand for One duplicate' will cost one No Worm Id s Healthy; Child

j pate as he strode past her to the "He It Now I'll give him '1ve." dollar and All children troubled with Worms have to nabealtbyoolor. -
Isn't poor. The purchase ot: a duplicate pair will cost
;1 o; private once lIe was In a hurry to"I" "I wonder why he wants to self"Shirley .which Indicate poor blood and.. a
1 that timber didn't even dent his bans two dollars.
rule there U more or lees stomach dlttarbanca.GROVE'S .
get to his desk, which he could mused "From
' upon roll. Dut he would like-to 114.1111\ what Bryce "In case'a car change TASTELESS CHILL TONIO three reftu-
ri -: see through the open door' a pile of timber and being Scotch, naturally Cardigan told me once, his father at. 3 ownership, laxly for two or three week will enrich the blood
': letters and orders, find a moment later he desires tache a sentimental value to thai the purchaser must make applicationfor Im prove the digeetton,std acts.a general Strewn-
<< sell
to It at
"i :" he was deep In a perusal of them, oblivious order to a profit. It strip? of woods; his wife Is burled "The Lord Loveth a Quick Trader change of registration within ten suing Tonic to the whole yttem. Nerara will then
' create a market for It however throw offer dispel the worm.and theChud will be
"'t:1 tJ. to the fact that ever and anon he has! to have nn outlet to tha there." H. Declared.a .. days, the cost of such change being; In perfect health. Pleasant. to take TIc per bottle.

: f', the girl turned glace him her brooding, market We supply the outlet-wltl "He's selling It because he's deeperate quick trader," he declared. "Here' one dollar Use transfer applicationfor

t, Madonna-like his help'and what If he wasn't teetering on the this purpose and give the tag
happens? Why the deed already made out In favor of : num-
'I';&ii: That night llryre and his father, as of bankruptcy, he'd never lei.
timber that cost him fifty and seventy" verge myself, as trustee." lie winked know Are You in a Rundown Condition ?
I IIi'' was their custom after dinner, repaired me outgame him," Pennlngton repliedgayly. ber."If
!1'1'' ,:J., to live cents tier thousand feet stumpage ingly."Client's. '" your car Is a roadster or a tour- Does Your Headache ?
the
'the
library, where -and the "I'll wait until he has gonebust ( '
: actual timber will overrui a bit modest, I take It"Bryce Ing; Tenn. "I
11"NT l bustling and motherly Mrs. Tully the cruiser's estimate time -and eave twenty-five or thirty Elgin, can say that Dr.
-wll .
:, served their coffee. John Cardigan every thousand dollars""I suggested."Oh 'I truck-that is, change the construction Plerce's Golden Medical Dlscoreryand
{J ,,: be worth two dollars and fifty cents very Of course I'm only baxardlng of the in his 'Fleasant .
opened the body
conversation with a contented pertmpn more, think )ou're biting off your nose any manner so as
tl'J a guess, but that guess li that Pellets' have
: grunt: to spite face. Uncle Seth. The to adapt it for hauling load oth-
your any
"He
> loans us the to build the Colonel Is la for been
money a razoolng at the the means
; "I believe you have something on Laguna/: Grande Lumber company er than passengers,' then should
fj our road We build It-on througr hands of somebody with a small you of restoring my
your mind. our timber and! Into hi*. The outlet, needs that outlet In dollars' and grouch against htm. at once apply to the comptroller for 8 health I wu
Bryce, clipped a cigar mid held alighted cents, what Is It worth to the company truck "
match oral security which we put up will bl "May the Lord strengthen thatsomebody's license ,tag; weak and rundown

'/ { I while his father a tw..nt,'.IIV't'-3.t't\r contract tOl haul ?" arm," Bryce breathed fenvently "The motor vehicle law says (Sec. :Qt J had sick:,
"smoked "
Then
/'j up. he slipped Into "IT I I couldn't It from
his log thought get gel, !headac: hes, andmylcldneyswere
to tidewater
: Ilumboldt "If
on 'No
: 1 the your client can afford to 11)) : person shall operate or drive
easy chair beside tile old month ,
man. "at Cardigan a few from now, rd :
. bay, a base freight rate of dollar hold out i I
one long
I eaotigh, he'll be able to a motor vehicle who is
"Well John underi fourteen
Cardigan he
begun all out of order.
p' and fifty cents with go: a. high 1111 a hundred thousand for
t I ,, eagerly "fate ripped hole In an Increamof buy PennlogtOD's Squaw creek timberat years of unless i, r'' It
11I' a big our twenty-live rents It tonlll'l1t I he nwerd coolly. age, such person is was a misery
tll
luMftudeVl'r
'1 ,; dark: cloud the other day and showed per < "In that event, I advise you to take a bergain""My accompanied by a duly licensed chauf .;, i for me to walk
fIy'ara thereafter
"
:\ and an option understanding I* that such t ,.
:' 1 me coils of the silver Unln I've been feur t4 .around. I began
: << for n renewal .f the contract It for fifty thousand.. It's terribly the program or by the owner of the motor ?Ir
f making bad medicine for Colonel PeuDlngton. \ hard on oM Mr. Cardigan to have to vehicle taking, Dr. !
,o, ." upon expiration, at the rate of freight Bryce reached for: the deed, then being; operated. Plerce's medicine and they put me
last paid. In 'nd,11t1ou'e sell blot at sell It, even at that price""Yon'do reached for his hat "If you'll be good' "The law also prohibits driving on on the road to good health right
"Whet's In the wind '
"We're boy a reasonable figure, sufficient land not understand these matters enough to wait here, Judge. Moore, III the public highway of the state at a away. I want to speak a good word
going to parallel Penningtonf fronting on tidewater Shirley Don't try And don't for Dr. Pierce's ramedlet to all sufferers.
to enable him run up to the house and get my father greater! speed than 25 miles! hour ,
logging-road.
to erect a sawmill waste your sympathy on that old! per ." HARRISON SHEFARU.
; lay out his yards, to sign this deeds The Valley of reckless
1 "Inasmuch as that will cost close to:>> and build a dock out Into the deep humbug. He has to dig up fifty thou Giants Is his personal th.1 or driving, and requires slowing R. F. D. 1, Box 18.
e4
three-Quarters of A million dollars I'm water. sand dollars to pay on his bonded Indebtedness know lie didn't Include property it In his, )a-1 ; down in passing other vehicles, Bold by druggists for fifty! : years.,

"Thus Gregory: will have tha.t wnlch and he's finding It a difficult Bets when Incorporating the Cardigan '' road crossings, bridges: harp turns,

', of the opinion that we're not going to he Imsn't got now-an outlet to his job. He's just sparring for time, Redwood Lumber com pan)." I etc. Penalties of $100 fine, or six A TONIC

do anything of the sort. market by water; and when the railroad but he'll lose out." A quarter of an hour later he returned I months in Jail for conviction of violat: trove's Tasteless chlU: Tonic restore

"Perhaps. Nevertheless, If 1 can to Sequoia builds In from the" As If to Indicate that he consideredthe with the deed duly signed by Inc the provisions of the motor vehi Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

demonstrate to a certain party that It south It will connect with the Mad matter closed, the Colonel drew John Cardigan and witnessed by I cle law. Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its

,.t 11) will not cost more than throoquartere .which we have built from Sequoia np his chair toward the fire picked up a Bryce; whereupon the Judge carelessly I "The law requires cars to be equipped strengthening, Invigorating effect, see howIt
;' a Of a million, he'll lOUD me money. I Into Township nine ;jlo the north ; magazine, and commenced Idly to slit tossed his certified check for
hundred with
a
'
cheeks and
'adequate brakes irr brings color the how
to
The old man shook his head. "I I hence Gregory will also have an outlet the pnll:.". Shirley studied", the back thousand dollars good ;
t ua: don't believe It. Bryce. Who's theI to his market by rail. lief can of his head for some time, then got departed whistling on Bryce's deskand I working order' and an 'ad quate hornor It improves the appetite, you will then I Ii
"Turkey In the
crazy man r ennlly get a good manager to run his out some fancy work and commenced Straw." Bryce reached for the telephone other device for signaling.' It also i appreciate Its true tonic value. .:

}:, "Ills name U Gregory. He's Scotch." lumber, buslm-ss until he finds a customer plying her needle And a* she pliedIt and called up Colonel Pennlng requires at least two lighted lamps on jrove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply A

I "Now I know he's crazy. When be for It, and In the meantime we!' a thought: nebulous at first, gradually ton. front and one on rear and front lights Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So

bands you the money you'll find he's will be charging hits account with our took form ,In her head until even- Bryce Cardigan speaking" he began provided with dimmers or other device pleasant even children like it The blood

; talking real money but thinking of freight bills against him and gradual- tually she murmured loud enough for but the Colonel cut him abort to protect approaching from the needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to

.', Confederate greenbacks.. 'jr hay off the loan without pluchlnf the Colonel to bear: "My dear Impulsive young friend," glare of headlights, Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and I

J. l'J'ce: louche "..IIL..e declared I "1119QJ J ," tit, areal 'fad.. In_ olenglnoiie tones "No number plaUs except those fur Wp terms Effect by lOa Its Strengthening, Invigorating

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TKIJCGRAra. 4TARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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j'j'1 I have swooped down upon the village SEE GERMANY IN TRADE WAR in part from the German Importationsand

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs.srss..vssvr..as Doyou know in an automobile and cut the telephone SOON caused many thousands to bo

i I IL >u can roll5igareltesFor wires. A lookout was stationed at thrown out of work. 1
+rrr+rssrrs r+r.+r.re.r.. each of the bank and Look for in the
corner building out Germany trade The ..
r- :: treasury department watching
,
I. O persons venturing on the streets were war in 1921. The hand of the) German the financial aspects of this commercial j
Live 1 frightened by displays of pistol trader is beginning tov how renewed
[ StateJNewsJTold I away drive by Germany, -placet much '
I roarJcmanshlp. The home of J. S. Me- I cunning in world marts. The bold
.. importance upon the fact that German
lOcts from
Mullen, cashier, was kept under a plan of German trade kings is to

: by Our Exchanges. [ one. bag of flood of searchlights while'the bank 'dump goods at lower prices than domestic Industries with better are facilities'gradually for recuperating ob--

i I was being robbed. makers can sell thorn.,. Cheap
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taining materials. An
raw important
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makes it possible for Germany
I II factor, too they In the German
Kay
Green Cove Springs is experiencing R. H. Alderman, president of the to do this, and her purpose to direct ,
One of the most horrible deaths was trade situation is that the unit of pro- S
a real boom and millions of dollars school, said the governing board ten a price cutting campaign of
that of little Lorena Stubbs, the ten unpre'l jductive power among German workmen -
worth of property has changed hands tatively decided to rebuild the univer- 'cedented scope in all' parts t
year old daughter of Mrs. Jennie is higher than that of many leading ''I
within the past few months and the sity at Sutherland.Real Stubbs, of Wellborn, which occurredat world ii plainlny revealed by latest I I(,I countries at this time. German
future seems bright.A advices to government officials from I I
very '
Wellborn Wednesday of last 'employes workmen
on and they are advised '
estate transfers and for
plans week. Ninety days before her death trade and fiscal agents abroad. 1| find they are no longer able to
business -
new residences and houses I II ,
highway bridge of steel and con
I I w Bite playing about her home she England Is now feeling the force of ask and obtain top prices. An entirely
'jcrete will be built acros ethe Suwan- this week helped to close one of the '
was attacked by a stray cat which this German effort to crowd JliitUh diffctent trade standard in Germany -
0 nee river to enable the motorists to largest and most remarkable lists of i
(I left scars of tooth and claw on her I pods: out'of British markets. German : will result from the new methods .
cross the stream at White Springs on bysiness transfers that has ever ,been '
arms and hands. The occurrence was commodities in many lines are being: of fixing the wages and profitsand
., Road No. 2, of the state road systemof recorded in Perry in a single,month.If II ,
delivered in London
and the and other Eng- individual
Florida. the balance of the year continues immediately reported cat was producers, and with increased
dENUINE hunted killed and its head 1! lish centers at prices considerably below I
as indicated by the first month a new and sent I ability to secure raw mater-
board for examination than the cost of British 'manufacI lab '
UULCDURHAMTOBACCO to tho state health and neml-manufactures.
Members of the Tourist Club of St. building record will have been set for I
which evidence turn. Secretary of Commerce Alexander -
Augustine received a decided shock any place the size of Perry. showed positive Officials reviewing the Get'man trade
last evening when William Armstrongof of the dreaded malady and so reported. I was informed by Consul Clair {: invasion In other Holds, particularly r

Niagara Falls, Canada: who was Since the Rev. Sidney J. was denied But as a matter of precaution i borne that rare laces of German orig Britain, declare that while it is a ser

delivering an address was seen ,.to the position of deputy sheriff of T: the physicians at once began to administer !I in are being offered for sale in Nottingham ious question affecting foreign trade t

swoon and died almost instantly froman Palm Beach county and was refused the prescribed treatment for I I at prices lower than the cost policy, it has had the immediate effect -

acute attack of the heart. the privJlege of carrying' gun, he the disease and as time progressed of manufacture 'in that great center of forcing down the artificial commodity ,
has turned ts a more peaceful pursuit thing concerning herself, nor would' with no symptoms of it occurring they 6f the British lace industry. German level in British home markets. :
she tell where her relatives could be were led to believe that the little one's I products over a wide range are being
The large passenger airplane, Bal -Sidney J. Catt, merchant. The I American officials expect that the ,
boa, which carries thirty-four persons, name of this new firm is the American located. life had been saved and she spared sold on British 'markets at equally low same German tactics will be In evidence

cleared for and entered from a foreign Purchasing Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the tortuous suffering that the malady '11 Jrllrel. All. result sharp competition in the United States soon after t'

port twice Tuesday, establishingwhich and the stationery bears the following F. C. Norfleet, resident managerand carried. On the morning preceding is setting in between, the British formal proclamation) of peace and full

is believed to be a new record Sidney J.Catts, President; F. L. Je one of the lessees of the Otis : her death in the evening she told and German makers. restoration of trade relations. It will
Phosphate Mines in the southern end : her mother that her slumbers the The Germans in instances are
many
'The Balboa makes rergular trips between ter, secretary and treasurer. present almost immediately an issueof '
Miami and Bimini. of Taylor county and who was quite before had been broken ,by hor selling below cost to regain some of the highest importance for the

-' Philip Cohen, whose dry goods well known and had a number of bible I I dreams, during which the night- the trade prestige lost by the war. American congress to settle.. The demand ,

Geo. W. Windham, of Medulla, was store at Ft. Meade Wednesday night'sdisastrous friends int i Perry, committed suicide mare death was ever present and that The drive_by the Germans has become will be raised by industries encountering '

fatally injured when he, was thrown fire in the business section Monday afternoon at his home near she saw her own coffin brought into so daring that Colonel Clalrboine re this severe form of Ger-

'from an automobile truck near Plant had its start, is in Jail at Bartow, the company's works at Benotis, by the house. Although apparently in ported that the British government Is man competition that congress must ;

City. His skull was fractured at the where he was taken following the taking a dose of strychnine. That the her usual health her impressions of giving serious consideration to a planto act to protect them from ruin. The '

bate when his head struck the curb in swearing out of warrant for his arrest rash deed had been premeditated for the dreams were so strong and persistent bar certain German imports until effect of German "dumping" in the

his fall from the car. He died within in connection with the fire. Feel- several days is not doubted by his that he mother became alarmed exchange approaches normal United States upon the labor market i

thirty minutes. ing ran so high, especially after Cohen friends for on the seventeenth of last and sent for her physician. lie re Ability of the German manufacturers might be disastrous, especially. in the

had a fight with Herman Head, month he wrote the undertaking company sponded immediately but it., took buta to dump goods elsewhere and ,undersell industries In which Germany seeks to

Banks of St. Petersburg another merchant and jone of the heav- at Perry, ordering a metallic cursory examination upon his partto other competing nations is duo regain the pre-eminence she hold 1
now carrying casket, giving instructions and dimensions dispel the fond hope he and others to the fact that German workers .
a heavy cash surplus due to the iest losers in the fire, that it was decided are prior to the war. +,
thousands of winter visitors here have best to have Cohen taken to Bar- stating that a friend was had entertained for the preservationof being paid at the rate qf from 250 to
tow. ill and ,not expected to live, and other the little one from the horrors of 400 marks a week, ranging from $4
,t.placed night and day shifts of armed
reasons which point to his deliberate hydrophobia, for the symptoms she to $6 In American coin. Britain plansto Him. i
result of the Playing
guards on duty, as a
bank which followed Florida has many industries that planning for death, among which were then gave were before him and could protect certain "key" industries Jane-"I will let you know my an
Largo robbery, are unusual and not to be found in the fact that he wrote his brother to not be mistaken and despite all efforts against the inflow of German cheap ewer tomorrow nlKht: Freddie If I

closely the express company hold up many states. For Instance, Florida come to Benotis, and it was when the then made death came a few marketed' products. This is to pro- am wpurlnir violet It will menu Tea:

at Tampa last wf ek. supplies a great deal of the'palmettoused train bearing his brother was ap hours later to the patient. tect hey industries and prevent Idle' and don't order over a dollar's worth

in the churches of the country on proaching that he took the poison ness among/ her workmen. Slowing sent to inn tomorrow afternoon. It
Plant City II not complaining of
Palm Sunday. Although that relig- which ended his life almost instantly. down of British industry has resulted Is tlmo that you wore beginning* teCOUOIIltCH.
hard times. That city has shipped to LOSS OF WEIGHT ."
ious festival Is some weeks two
date 655 cars of citrus fruits and 400 away .
000 quarts of her famous strawberries carloads of palmetto buds were ship* Ten men escaped from the Bartow Mineral Wells W. Va.-"I am glad I MI 11111 n 1111111 n 111 m ni 111 i i n 11 m m *
ped last week from Tltusville to a county< jail Saturday night. They to have tbe privilege ot recommending -
records. The
all
breaking previous .
Northern where will be made their with such Dr. Plerce'a ; t.
city they kept getaway secre-
prices of the berries have been kuou, medicine I was CELEBRATED SOSNOWSKI SEA ISLAND !
until nearer the time for use. Thereare cy that it was not discovered untilearlf .
ranging well above 40 cents a quart. ajl run-down and
many carloads shipped for the Sunday morning and in such a In a very bad condition '

Eustis is the only city in Florida purpose from Florida. remarkable manner that officials never c" Had doctored Planting Seed, fresh from Islands. $3.00 per '
considered such a possibility. They hundreds ot
tnat has 'thus far announced a prog- The public dipping vat located on made their exit through one of the /vll dollars away and bushel cash, f. o. b. Bleackshear.. Also R'
for the celebration of the 100th
ram .cy never received .
any
Andrew Leslie's place at Plnetta was riveted iron sections of inside seed ; ,,I
anniversary of the ceding of East and an par benefit, from the second-year $2.00 per bushel., ,
West Florida by Spain to the United dynamited Thursday night. and .completely tition, and then through a tunnelled E doctors' medicine. ., f

States The event is to be celebratedthere" ] destroyed Two men were said hole under the outside wall. The holein h I also was operated THE A. P. BRANTLEY COMPANY
to have been seen near the vat shortly the inside was was effected by pry upon for feminine -
on the anniversary of George trouble, but
Washington's birthday. before its destruction, but they ing off.a piece of the iron section two was only able to drag around and Blackshear, Georgia "
4 were not recognized. A note at the feet wide and :fifteen inches high. This kept getting worse all toe time. I

Two hundred -and twenty-five varie- scene of the destruction, written in hole almost a man's height from the only weighed 115 pounds. A friend .of 11 111 1111 H I 11 I H M t III M'..l.. 111 I.I I I I I#'I M4 t+Mil+ n
print fashion, read, "Now build it floor, led into a hollow space devotedto recommended Dr. Plerce'a medicineto
1
ties of
,
staple agricultural products
m* no I took four bottle of the J
back, and we'll bust it again. The sewage pipes. Extending from the
represents the exhibit of Columbia Favorite Prescription and now I do
county at the South Florida Fair, car party posting the note had evidently floor of the cells where the iron partition all tar work and tak,care of four I 1

ried there the demonstration started to write It and then erased left off, to the ground, was a children! and I welch 178."-MRS,
by agent
with'the determination of giving Co that and printed it. cement wall. In this was a door thru ETHEL RICHARDS-- ., FJ>. L .- Kill 'That Cold With

lumbia county an ineradicable "placein which easy access to the outside wall
There was an impromptu but sue1 was gained. Gaining this, they dug ." .* .
S..
the sun" in the minds o fthousands 'Lt:
of homeseekers and tourists. cessful deer hunt in Punta Gorda on deep'under the wall which extends '" +: i
Sunday morning. Diligent inquiry five feet into the
some or six ground .
STOMACH IN ORDER!
failed to secure accurate details but and came out some( two or three feet
The Plant City Courier a few days
ago reported the strawberry market it is certain that citizens living in the from the wall on the outside. The NO INDIGESTION, CASCARA M QUININE
eastern part'of town killed fine deer ,
climbing in spite of the fact that''the a hole was about fifteen inches in diam .
at the time named and feasted ,
they on
eter. ,
yield and offering is also getting lar GAS, SOURNESS TOR AND
ger all'the time. Prices havo remained venison for several days afterwards. Colds. Co-flu *?OjvrtV L. Grippe t
Scott Burnham, while doing some errands A daring Jail delivery took place at
above 50 cents since Thursday and .- ,.... /-tf
about his home deer Madison Tape's DUpi-pnin" Ira Itself j
saw a Saturday when Chester Miller preen
reach
Monday the highest mark was Neglected Colds! are Dangerous
the
surest relief lor Indigestion Oases,
come out of the woods and approach and George Bown, both white,
ed when berries sold as high as CO 1-2 Flatulence, ,II-rtburn, Soiirnew, Fermentation Tale no chanca*, Keep this standard remedy handy for the first .n.._
cents. Competitive buying brought his garden; whereupon he got his choked Sheriff Parker as he went In or/ Stomach Distress caused .
bour.-R.Ilsvu
some up to 65 cents. rifle and standing on the veranda firedat the county jail to feed them, took his by acidity. A few tablet give almost Breaks Orippe In up 3 a dejrs cold-In Excellent 24 for Headache '
the animal, fatally wounding it. pistol from him, locked him in jail Immediate stomach relief and shortly .
the stomach i. eorreoted In this form does not affect tbe head-Caacara Is beet TonicUemadve
so ;you can! tfavorite Quinine
The deer then successively to the and The
ran escaped. delivery occurredat t
A charge of manslaughter was lodge foods without four. Large ease -No Opiate in Hill's.ALL .
ed1 against E.'N. Chamberlain, Miami places of Joel Bishop and Jim Anderson 9 o'clock. As soon as the sheriff Beets only few eenU at drug store ; a

business man, in connection with the each of whom took a shot at it went into the cage with thb breakfastfor Millions helped annually. DRUGGISTS SELL IT ar :

death of George-Brown, an englneerV before it fell. The hunters then divid the prisoners, Bown grabbed him f y G'

who was run down and killed by an ed the venison between them. by the throat and Miller reached for Mr. J. A. White Bay "If You Have ,f' f

automobile driven by John Albury. his pistol. They scuffled for some An Automobile Keep Rat Snap __ J '
Witnessed testified that the Extremely One of'the new features of Fine time and finally secured the plate! '"If I knew about RAT SNAP last

bright lights on the Chamberlain car Arts City, near Jacksonville, will bea Sheriff Parker shouted for help before winter, would have saved $120. My ----- r
complete menagerie 'which will be being choked! and a negro prisoner car was in the garage for a few weeks

blinded Albury. maintained for the use of the many called ,out, which aroused the sheriff's during bad weather; when I went to
there. The animals 'take it out, found that rats had eaten IIlcaRL.it.1!
Southern College, the Methodist companies operating wife next door. She ran over to great: holes in two new tires. Got
school, buildings of which were destroyed available to these companies will the jail and the men covered her with them later with RAT SNAP." Three

by fire at a loss of $250,000, be provided by two of the largest circus the pistol and made her go back. They sizes, 85c, C5c, $1.26. Sold and guar- FITOVERSIZE" CASINGS
reopened Tuesday at Clearwater combination in the world and any then locked the sheri ffin and ran anteed by D. C. Jones, Starke.-Adv. .TUBES :J

Beach temporarily, using a summer member of the animal kingdom! from through! the :yard. They threw the

hotel and other buildings there. Dr. an elephant to a house cat will be keys to the sheriff's daughter and ran f!) ; .

-- available on a rr.omcTit's notice. In toward a tobacco farm on. the edge of \ '
eluded' In the menace, )'ia list are lions the have '
I city. Although parties been
i', SHINGLESALWAYS ;1 ltdt1M1 t,
Michelin Tubes + y
.. ASPIRINName timers, giritTc'i, b-.iTVops, wolves t'phants hunting for them they have not been are +
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full size In crtiHs- t i t t.
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bears, monkeys, gorillas, apprehended Sheriff Parker was not e. tore IleCUOIand are '

chimpanzees, foxes, leopards, zebras,, seriously hurt from 'the choking,; and 21 yean the BEST therefore not oyr'' sit, t ,

"Bayer" on Genuine cobras, boa constrictors' pythons,' armadillos he offers a reward for the rapture of r.;f 'Now BETTER than stretched thin under f" \.

and, in .fact, almost every the. men. ? ever BECAUSE laflatlon. This r lit

known species of the animal and rep t-/They are now made el advantage* especially

tile kingdoms. This menagerrie will The'police of St. Petersburg are Keystone .Copper Steel Important IAA, '?#i 1\\

.Q ,be the most complete of any studio making i( widespread search for six I e4L""pan., |>Af enWk. when buying tubes ti'r. r
in world.A. .ae"la BoofcU No.45 smJpmyUstaoJ! for Cord tires, }
city the men who early Thursday morning ... '
1 blew open the vault of the Pinellai t1UIlA111101.A" a&iFU IG+ a uuWwaa..n.ca. / s sU "over lze.* 4i '

C. Cowan, of Boston, a young County Bank at Largo, robbed the ..Trsuse tI SMITHS GARAGE u'Starke '
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traveling salesman, was stabbed and station of the Atlantic Coast Line and Fls. g r
seriously wounded in the left Jung after terrorizing the village with an m1j i l lI.

Wednesday night near the corner of exhibition of gun play, escaped with COFFINS & CASKETSAnd I I.

Bay and Hogan streets, Jacksonville. loot aggregating $25,000 in cash and I

Cowan was rushed to St. Luke's hospital securities Ira Money, 17 years old a Full Line of :IL

"Bayer"Warning on) package Unleea or you on am tablet the cam you where it was ascertained that youthfound locked in the bank vault IWvrraWe' Sapplict i iAUTOM

&ja not getting gamine Aspirin taw the knife blade had penetrated the after the robbery, was being held by I "
; i.E'EARSE
scribed by ptoysicMuis for twenty-ca. lung in the region of the heart. His State sattorney McMullen in confleci' J lK
years safe by millions. Take 1 condition is regarded as extremely tlon with the lIe told the officers Always on hand. The beat aer-

fors told Headache in the,Bayer NpureJgia package ] grave. Nan Vaughn, 20, an attractive he was passing case. \ the bank and a vice at the lowest prices. Special (DIg Reduction In Prices You will mike a mistake 9N 'y''
attention to telegraph or lf order ferlii.,
Khoumatwm, Earache, Toothacbo, Lurjafxigo I I young woman, was placed under arrest masked man at the point of a revol] you your y5'u
and for rin. Handy tin bozo of : soon after the affair and is held nr forced him into the building and en. Registered Embalmer. zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty 1

twelve. B yer TsMeteof Aspirin coot few t in the city jail ta a "auspicious char- locked- him into vault. Officers said Materials, prompt shipment.' Order now, Fertilizers, In- t
a
....p. tjrufKlsta also sell larger J>OW- acter." The woman denies that she DeWTaT'cTjONES: Kecticides, prayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
egea Aspirin is the trade mane: of Money had been in Largo only a short
i Mavnufaoture of ]Monoaoetioacidaalkjrlioacid. ; has any knowledge of the stabbing. time and claimed to be a native of STARKE, FLA. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. "Ii

estd.( She refused to tell the authorities any' Gainesville. The bandits are said tot9' ra JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA j ,


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