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 18, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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, VOLUME FORTY-TWO. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921. } ;
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DON HOOVER'S, BIRTHDAY PARTY SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES MISS IDA WARREN ENTERTAINS DEATH QF JOEL HALL '''d rd' .. .. 4.4s 4. trd'aa .. ro ;.
RUTH
I AND BE+.NY STERNBERG'SBIRTHDAY
The board met in an adjourned: ser Miss Ida Warren entertained' a The Watselfa (Ill.) Times-Demorrajt. *' SCHOOL MASS PARTY I"
Don Hoover delightfully entertained sion Feb. 14th, with' Messrs. L. W. delightful informal affairf Saturday of February 4th, in the following] no- m MEETING- .5' ------ .""
4 his friend with a birthday and valentine Kickliter, A. A. Hazen and J. O. Den- evening at her country him*Vest of tlce announces the death of a' former *. --- Tuesday being thq) ninth annlverunryW \!{ ,I
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party on Monday afternoon, at nison present. Starke. V* Starke man: I fdftlzens must -,ay" ..little Miss Ruth Sternberg'a .
the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. The following resolution was offered The occasion was a combined birthday Joel Richardson Hall who whether their school will]) be t'101l08> birthday, ari
Frank C. 1I00 er. 1 by Mr. Hazen, the same being a and Valentine party, and the in business In Wataeka, was until engaged ill- 14*> in E'd or not. The school funds are *. seventh anniversary T>f the natal day {If': (.

_The rooms were,decorated with festoons resolution to issue notes to take up rooms were very prettily decorated health forced his retirement about such condition that tho school *>. of Denny Sternberg, these'two,charming '
board
of hearts and flowers, and the old notes and scrip that was given by with hearts, cupids and cut flowers. three years ago, died at his home on <* has found it necessary to *' '' children gave a point birthday, I
St. Valentine idea was carried out in j I the former board and for a note upon Many interesting games were played, Walnut street Wednesday morning of I'*' order the the grades up to and in. *> party at the home of their parents,' \e '
all the details of the entertainment. which this eluding eighth grade closed 4Mr. and Mrs N. Ster" '' ,
i| present board might borrow such a. "bobbing for apples," fruit pyemla with which he had been suffering IS nber 'f
at tho end of
The courteous young host received numerous money. basket I' the present week. 0 The valentine colors of red and
etc. Mr. Rufus Alvarez
i j succeeded for four years Hi had been con- If (
charming gifts from his many I Resolved that this board execute re- In" biting the most apples fined to his bed for the past 17 months this program is carried out it white were' artistically! used in dcco- ,
friends who. came to wish him many I newal notes to take up outstandingI I Painty refreshments of cake, hot During all his long! illness Mrs. means that the pupils will j>rec- *' rating the parlor, living room and dln-! ,
happy returns t>t the day. As con notes and tically lose a year in their work ing room. Festoon of red '
a j I scrip issued by former chocolate, crackers and coffeewere (Hall has done everything in her power *> This and white i ::2t
test game numbers of pennies board and !issue should not be allowed to crepe also red bells .
were paper
to note to cover present served. At a late hour the guests departed to make him comfortable. Her' paper and ;C' .
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scattered in the happen, but it will\ require the red heart '
yard and the child L payroll. valentines on which I
| Miss were .
declaring Warren to be a care has been the one ray of sunshine 4" ... !
who found the most pennies received Whereas, it appears that the board charming hostess, and wishing. her in his life during the years clouded co-operation of every good dUn *> written amusing words of endear- )
prize.. George Inman was the lucky has heretofore borrowed certain many more happy birtEdays. with suffering. to keep it from happening. went, were used in profusion. Much '
winner of a box of home-made candy. amounts of money for operating ex- I The guests were Misses Winifred The deceased born ** We are issuing this call for a *- ,.of the beautiful decorations was the I
was August 16 *
. With his camera, Mr. Hoover took a pense until the taxes are paid in and I, Larney, of Jacksonville; Florrie Pad 1882, at Starke, Fla., and was the son, citizens meeting ut the county work of Sammy f(.tfrnberg. which \' ,
group picture of the happy young people I Tf appearing that the said scrip and gett, Effie, Florence .and Annie Lau- of John and Susanna Hall. His boyhood i.*. court house at 4 o'clock, Friday 4> shows that he has decided artistic Ul- t I '
and a copy will be sent to each notes are now due and the taxes not I ramore Mrs. H., S. Laaramore and and young manhood were afternoon, February 18th, to det> ant f!
guest as a souvenir of the occasion. having been I spent vise ways and means for con tin- <* Both the host and hostess '' I
paid and the holders of Leta Harvey, of Glen St. Mary; MinI In Florida, after which he went to Chi 1 young reP 1 ,
Mrs. Hoover served refreshment. of said note and demand I uing the school for at least two celvvd a beautiful collection of
scrip are now I nie Johns, of Macelenny; Rosa and cago. In the southland he had operat. gifts ,h
fruit punch,cake'and home made can ing the money or the execution of Edith Moor Ara Chlorie and Suader more month. Every citizen of from the 'numerous guests who came
ed an and later
orange grove a 4' a.
dy, and heart valentines were given as notes to take up said scrip and notea.Thel't'fore f Crawford, of Starke; Johnnie Rimes, duce market. lIe become a 'produce pro *' all the civic town and representatives of *. to make merry with them on this Joy't' .
favors. be it resolved by this of Miller; Oscar and Jim Hall, of dealer Chicago.. C organizations are urged: <*> ful occasion. Games were played (
The invited guests were,, Misses board That they do authorize the execution : Hampton; Adam Tison, O. G. Smith His marriage -to Etta Calkins ** to attend this meeting. Prompt *> the lawn, and Miss Olive Ray told the ,,
Fannie Darby, Rosa Leviton, Elise of notes for certain amounts and Earle Whitten, of Raiford; Wal Sprague!: occurred in Chicago August <* action must be taken or our *> little people the story 'of Johnny Fun- r .
Jones, Gladys Russell, Florence Andrews with interest not to exceed 8 per cent do Rowe, of Macelenny' Raymond 1, 1912. Twins were born to the un- *. st'hool"int'rests will suffer, and *>' ny Bunny and the Polly Wog Baby.
Martha Powell, Hazel Middle- for certain stated periods, until the Powell, of Jacksonville; Joe Green,, ion, one of whom died in Infancy. The ** Starke cannot afford to have this 4'i I Ming Aileen Alvarez assisted Mrs. t
ton, Julia Etta Canova, Lucile Mitch tax money and revenue from other Orie Harvey, Lonnie Dobson and Gco.Mathis. other, 'Francis seven of happen. $> Sternberg In entertaining and leading -
years *
ell, Ruby Davis, Leah Struth, Bertha sources come in to redeem said note of Glen St. Mary; Mert New I survives with her mother age E. S. MATTHEWS, the children In amusing games.
e Wilson, Eunice Canova, Hazel Ad- I Mr. I D. E.. KNIGHT, <*> The dining table
I Dennison moved the adoption mans, Lonnie Crawford, Fred Sweat I Mr. Hall also i f. survived by three I wo centered by a at.
kins, Isabelle Fernandez Elizabeth of said motion. I II C. L. PEEK large bowl of red and
Mr. Hazcn seconded and Rufus Alvarez, of Starke; Yeoman ,, brothers' and four sisters who live In *. .. white roses, and ,
Kendrick_ Messrs., Eugene Matthews, 'it. and upon roll) call the vote was I Charlie Alvarez, of Hampton ( Florida. i Trustees. > on one side of the roses was placed ;,

George Inman, Mozelle McGruder,, Joe unanimous and same being declared Roads, Va. I|I Air and Mrs. Hall moved to Watse- 4' .". 4' Ruth's beautiful white cake ornamentod -
Sistrunk, Sammy Sternberg, Merrill 1 adopted by the chairman. I |!,ka a. little over four years ago where (O 3.1,4'9'4464 4- as4'I ..' t with red cherries, and on which '' !

Futch, Elmer McMillan, James Richard Resolved by this board that inasmuch DIRECT TELEPHONE SERVICE TO :(they have since! resided except for apperiod burned nine white tapers; while on
,Wain wright, Billy Graham, Chas. as we are out of funds and no i CUBA TO BE INAUGURATED ( 'they were in the west oplnrf MEETING DECRIES>> : KIT KLUX ,'the other side of the rose bowl Was a
'Lucian Kickliter, Paul Knight, Carlyle l more available, that all schools will 1[Uo bnofltf Mr. Hall's health KLAN similar cake for Benny, on which t

Ritch Allan Long, Merrill Struth, close Friday, Feb. 18th, except they' Establishment of direct telephone' I The 'deceased was a member of the -- I burned never white tapers.' Mrs.Sternbcrg I I
Merrill McMi11an, 'Lester Price RobInson run on sub fund II. J service between the United States and Christian church.. The funeral services Tit,:> Ku: Klux Klan was tlocriod end assisted by Mrs. A. Z. Ad- i

v William Duncan, Thomas Gill, Resolved "by this board that the I Cuba some time in March of this year' ''were held at the late 'home Thursday labor' called upon to destroy the organisation kins, Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs. J. E. ,, ,

Newn Alvarez. chairman and secretary arrange for is announced by the Cuba-American 'afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by : by npuukcra at a meeting Wilson and Miss Ailoen Alvarez, served
today's payroll. Telephone and held' in New York last called ice cream and cake. Just before "
Telegraph Company, Rev. Brown, of the Friends church.G. week, by t'3
INTERESTING RELIC Board adjourned to meet first Mon owned jointly by the American Telephone Edwar "Arnold sang. Interment' the Rational Association for the Pro their departure each guest was handed .'
day in March. I and Telegraph Company! and was made at Oak Hill cemetery, motion of Labor Unionism Among Nogroes. as a favor a dainty red basket,filled : :
The other day while some boys were L. W. KICK LITER. I the International Telephone and Telegraph The meeting was attended by with white candy hearts. 1 V i

playing with marbles near the depot, H..B. WIGGINS, Chairman. Corporation of New York. B. Y. P. IT. GIVE DINNER PARTY whites and negroes I|I I The guests included, Martha Drown V fA.
while digging a pocket in the ground, Secy and Supt. Through the Bell lines controlled by [r r A. Philip Randolph, secretary of the lop, James Milton. Brownlce, Clara 1

scratched up what they thought was a the former, and the Cuban Telephone I I Friday evening the B. Y. P. U. entertained association, declared the working ,' I/ouhie Poek Julian Pork Jr., ,Florence -
heavy rock. They cleaned it off WHO WILL BE NAMED TO SUC Company's system, which in a part of, their new members at a dinner classes of the North should unite Elizabeth and Leila flea Andrews -
roughly and decided it was an iron CEED JUDGE THRASHER? the Spanish-American establishment party at the Juanita Cafe. against the Ku Klux Klan, and if nee- I,'r A. M. Tcttlt Jr., Lester. Price

ball. Knowing that the Telegraph | of the International Telephone and I The color scheme of rod I and white rssary/call a general/ strike if,the or- ,,I Robinson, Eugene Matthews, Ruby
reporter takes interest in things no A quiet but lively contest has developed < Telegraph Corporation, connection wan beautifully carried out in !the decotatlon. gape Ltion "should dare migrate t to Davis, Lucile Mitchell, Richard Harvard j '
body else cares anything about, one in the eighth judicial circuit !;I' will\] be possible between any place in I ; ..- In the center of the table the t rth" lIe characterized Imperial '' Billy Graham, William Harvard

of the boys brought his find to this for the ermine now worn by Judge the United States and any other In .' was a large bouquet of red roses, and Wizard Simmons' society as the James Richard Wainwright, Paul
office. Thrasher, who was appointed by Gov. !'( Cuba. I I as favors each guest received a red "black 'and tans of America. ;, Knight, Walter McDonald, Jr., Chas.j .
'The object was cleaned off and was Catts to succeed the late Judge Wills. I, Three submarine cables will connect rose bud. The place cards caused Joseph D. Cannon, organizer of the I I i Luclan Kickliter, Martha Powell Eu ,

found to be a ball about two inches in Many believe that Gov. Hardee will Havana with Key West. One will be quite a little merriment, as each one United Mine Workers of Amt'rica. an. nice Canova, Lucile and S. R. Johns,
diameter. It was thickly covered with I not*send Judge Thrasher's name to J, connected straight through to New had to read the verses on all and see other:Speaker, declared the Ku Klux Jr., Gladys Russell, Evelyn and Marjorie '
verdigris and could not therefore be the senate, and that he will make a York at all times. ,While the other which was intended to mark their Klan was sanctioned! by the prevent Stump, Sara Hope Haynes, Eth.
Iron. Filing it revealed that it is of Selection from among those whose fit- > two will be available for New York- place .After all were seated the cards government: heads. lie said the Klan olin White, Alice Fernandez, Elise

lead, not cast, but hammered tolera ness for the high place is raw being, Havana conversations, one circuit, en- were passed around so that all could was organized to combat and breakdown Jones, Sinclair 1'eek.'Jr.. Merrill
'bly round. It weighs 2 pounds and 2 submitted for his consideration. tering the Key West switchboard, will enjoy the verse. Seatr+d'at the table f nny attempt the Irish, Jews or Fut<< Owen Griffin, Hazel und, Lots
I ounces and can be seen at this office. Friends of all of the candidates, It' be used for business with the South. the guests enjoyed the sumptuous negroes might make toward progressive I I Adkins, Betty McLane Rosa Leviton, gy
This ball may be from the time the is learned, are working quietly but ern states, while the third will be used ner followed by a demitasse. measures A. F. Wall., Jr.. VlnrlnU( and Mcrla t%
Spaniards were masters of Florida, very industriously to make the strongest for switches through Jacksonvilleto Mr. B. D. Law acted as toastmaster "I know that it is this Invisible force Weeks, of Brooker; William Duncan, i
Several years ago a human skull was showing before Gov. Hardee. and cities in the middle tier of eastern and* told a number of amu.lngjoke.. that .is to be used in emergencies in i Don Hoover, Annie Belle Turner, HaI -
found at the same place, and after it is understood that the endorsement and central! states: I I, and stories. The toasts given were the North, a* elsewhere, to protect the I eel Mlddleton, Mary Brownlee, Gus-
having been kept in this office for of the members of the bar in the circuit I Aside from the face that Havana is as follows: Miss Jessie,Thomas, but- Ill otten 'gains of those", who fear the lie Mae Bennett, Carlyle Hitch Eloise i

some time was given to Dr. A. H. will go a long way toward deciding the second seaport in size in the Wes-1 tered toast; !"To the new members," ascendancy of the working class" said I Retch, Richard and Allan Long, Lois I
Freeman. In 1896, while Clark street : Gov. Hardee in making: the ap tern Hemisphere, and more of her dry toast; MIra Doris Law. "To the Mr.:Cannon. I Colley, Julia Etta Canova. ,#
was beUfg' worked, the remains of ft pointment.In T commerce Is with the United States, 'Juanita"; milk toast Mr. Kickliter, to Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, of the
flintlock pistol were unearthed. Perhaps Palatka it is understood that the tie business importance of ,this new the B. Y. P..U. Wo .ra'Defense Union of New York, GERMAN WAR PLOT FAILED:
in bygone times the Spaniards names of three- prominent attorney means of communication is suggestedin 1! After dinner the yaung people repaired said the Ku Klux Klan will only serve -
had. battle with Indians where have been submitted to the governor the following: from the'late.t report to* the home of Mrs. R S. Fer- i in the, South, "where the precentage A German war plot that tailed was

,.Starke now stands. wih recommendations for their ap-1 of H. W. Harris, United States Consul 'nandez, where' many games were, en- of illiteracy of one hundred per cent revealed In New York recently. Four
pointment. They are S. J. Hilburn, j Genera! in Cuba: 1 l'J joyed. Americans Is almost a* great as the defective bolts taken from machinery

... SULLIVANGAINEYAn A. V. Long and A. H. Odom, any one I I "Many plantations have long roads I Those present were Misses Mona Americanization percentage." I of the transport Mount Vernon told .,. .
of which would be entirely acceptableIt I of standard gauge or other railways and, Ina Alderman, Nellie Stearns, "Asjfor( 'the Ku Klux Klan driving the tale They were discovered by

interesting ,wedding took placeat is understood, to the practitioners : with the needed equipment, the tendency I Nettie Dubose, Mildred Crosby, Carrie out foreigners," she said, "it Ill-be- the engineering forced'of CommanderR.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.\ G. of the circuit.It being-.to improve the equipment, Iiolly,'Doris Law, Jessie Thomas, I hooves those who came here on Mon D. Gatewood, director of the shipping + '
Griffis Sunday afternoon, February is stated that two names have to adopt motor trucks, tractors, electric >:Louise Fernandez, Adine Watson, day to' call those who came here on board division of construction p
18th, when Mr. Andrew Sullivan and also been submitted from Bradford installations and a great: varietyof I Mesdames J. F. Kickliter, W. A. Du- ; Thursday foreigners- :!' and repairs and placed on exhibition r '
Mrs. Lizzie Gainey were made man county, Attorneys Futch and Adkins, modern appliances .on the planta-- bose, B. D .Law, Messrs. T. N. Llmbaugi at his office. I !
and wife. The ceremony was performed as well as that of Joe Hill Williams. tlons, in the factories, offices, rcsiden- , T. N. Lfmbatiglv Jr., B. D. TUESDAY'S INSPECTION Here U the story After the Mt. ,
by Rev. L. W. Kickliter in In Alachua, where the judgeship has yes for employee etc, Law, J. F. Kickliter, W. A. Dubose, Vernon, formerly the Cron Prlnzessln
the presence of a large number of relatives been held for many years, it la understood "Cuban trade cannot be said to be I IIi. K. Crosby, George White. The local military company, whose Cecilia, the famous "gold: ship" that r 1
and friends. that a strong effort is being: in any sense an,unworked fled Large !, latest designation la Co. II, First In raced into Bar Harbor In the early

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. made to have Col. Robert W. Davis, branch houses, well-established agencies PRESBYTERIANSabbath fantry F. N. G., had its annual Inspection days of the war, had been seized as a ,
Sullivan wish them a long and happy one of the grand: old men of Florida, expert traveling salesmen and Tuesday evening. The inspector troop ship, her German crew cut two 1
named to this position. It is in no skillful buyers who go to New York school 10 a. m. was Lt. Col. J. C, Klmbrough, thirds of the way through the four
together.DEATH way certain, however, that Colonel I and -other centers are alert to the Importance Sermon, 11 a. m., subject, "Good U. S. A., accompanied by Capt. U. F. bolts that connected the engine with
DYAL Davis would accept the position :if it of Cuban trade It is the Haters." Dohm, F. N. G. There were 66 members I. the main crank shaft. The skillfully
OF. MRS. were tendered him. I trade of a prosperous people, with increasing Sermon at 7:80 p. m. Text, "Sir, of,the company present and they made cuts remained and were only
The appointment by Governor liar demands for fine house furnishings we would see Jesus." all passed the rigid Inspection to satisfaction discovered recently when the engineswere
Mr*. Dona Dyal, beloved wife of
I dee will be sent to the senate when it textiles, jewelry, musical Instruments Prayer meeting Wednesday even- .and the inspectors praised taken apart.It .
)(1' Bert l her home
Dyal died at four
meets in April, and there is little automobiles, chinaware, ing.''We will begin the Scofleld Course the appearance and accomplishmentsof is to be presumed that In certain
miles southwest of Starke, Friday doubt of its confirmation. In the eventof bank and office furnishings, toilet articles I of Bible Study. Bring your Bibles. the men'.s well as the good orderIn American detention camps there were

might 86' February and she 11th.had been Her age marriedto was the appointment of Mr. Long it and a wide variety of all prod. I II YOU are invited to worship with UIII which the government property was trained German engineers who waited
yeara would also be necessary for the governor I ucts. I I Wewantu. kept. Capt. DeWitt C. Jones may well eagerly for reports which did not a+
Mr. Of Trla- I
.tlves she Dyal leaves 18 years.her husband near and six to name a state's attorney for the ."'J'he, marketing of these in Cuba ,, DAVID LANDER, be proud of hi. boy. come of "something: happening" to s
children. She consistent circuit, and it is understood that several does not call for new or novel meth- Minister. the converted troopship. For It Is b. r
was a member -
of the Baptist church, and through I attorneys have an eye open for ods, but rather for the painstaking ef- J' NOTICE TO INCOME TAXPAYERSA lieved that the bolts were left barely
her kindness and life made this contingency Palatka cor. in forts ao essential to a foreign trade." J. 'F.. Colley spent sneral'day. ocI holding with the hope that the craft a
upright
i Times-Union. I I the past week with friends and rela- deputy collector of Internal rev would just reach out in the U-boat :
warm friends of all her acquaintances, enue will b at Etarke the following '
ON TRIAL 1 tires in Bronson and Levy county. on range and then fall prey to the un
who JoiA the relatives in mooring the ATTENTIONAl MOONSHINERS days: March 8, 4 and 6, for the, der sea craft when a sudden strainon

departed one. I DEATH OF INFANT purpose of assisting Income taxpayer the engines came with an order for
The interment took place at Santa Saturday the following eases of this
; members of Farmers Union No. were county. full speed ahead. But the breakdown
Kickliter Fe' cemetery Saturday, Rev. L. W. 609 should be at meeting tomorrow, disposed of In Judge Green' court: j|, Little J. E., 9-montbs old son of Mr. The deputy collector will be at the ,never came. Luck permitted the liner i V,

officiating. Feb. 19th, especially those interestedin Frank Rowe, proprietor of *the and Mrs. J. E. Forsyth, died Saturday courthouse.His to make a dozen round trips, thru
raising: tomatoes. Come. trunk mystery, for transporting !li i. i I February 6th, after a short ill service will be free to the income sub Infested seas carrying on each fl i
ST MARK'SService qnor, |160 and costs, or six months In ness. The,remains were laid to rest taxpayer, who will only have to from After ) i
g GEO. WEIMANN, voyage 8,000 to 4,000 men,
Secretary. jail.Joe | in Sapp cemetery. The little one was call upon the deputy to secure such that she encircled the glob: to bring
on Friday, 7:30 p. m. Prevatt plead guilty to making the only child of his parents, and they Information and assistance as he may troop from Russia. The Mt. Vernon fv' r
Service on the second Sunday in moonshine and having it In his pos are receiving much sympathy in their require. had several narrow Once shnwas
Lent. WILL OBSERVE HOLDIAV session. Fine, $176 and costs. I bereavement.Mr. JAS. M, CATHCART, escapes. killed
v torpedoed and 85 of her crew t
10:30 a. m., Sunday school. DeWitt Prevatt, accused of making I and Mrs. Forsyth thank the Collector of Internal Revenue, Florida but she made her way to a transport
11 a. m., Morning prayer. Next Tuesday, Washington's birth- and"having liquor in his possession; i warm friends who assisted them In District.!
7:30 p. m., Evening!!: prayer. day, being a legal: holiday' the Brad-1 plead not guilty.Jury; found him guff their time of trouble, and they are especially L' v

REV. A. E. DUNHAM, ford County Bank and the .Bank: of ', tjr and he was tined f 100 and costs. grateful to Dr. Maine for Col. n. E. Knight and son, Paul Ernest Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville,

Rector. Starke will be closed for the day. Next his unremitting: ministrations, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. Is visiting her sinter, Mrs. W. L. Wall,


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I J MASKED- BANDITS KILL TWO-- his left arm and undoubtedly1'continued --"Only if! you have been bitten by a ,
'' have decided to bnlTd his own logging tighter than! a new buttonhole.
'GUESTS IN LENOX HOTEL, JAX Us fatal course to the heart of the snake," said the traveler.. "They have railroad." 'VO tell me bow, she pleaded/
well known engineer. Besides this, only one snake in the town, and when I'
After a the Colonel made eagerly.
i he chot f in the calf of the leg by I got to it the other after,standing / pause '
Make Clean Getaway After Killing was day, answer "No I have no fear of that. "m Mock them on their franchise to

; t .V Robber Was Motive another bullet. in line for nearly half the day, it It would coat five hundred thousand. nm over the dtyistreets i of Sequoia.

Mr. Burden was placed' in charge of was too tired to bite me.-Evening dollars to build: that twelve-mile line "Howr

Jacksonville, Feb. 17....-Surpri.odby surgeons at St. Vincent's hospital. He Wisconsin. I and bridge Mad river and tbe Cardigan "By making tbe mayor and the city

I two masked bandits as they sat'at was' immediately piaced on the operating haven't got that amount of t'OUnctlst'O things my wa,." be answered

a family\ card game in the parlors of table and It was seen that he money: What'a more they can't get. dryly. "Furthermore, In order to
Mrs "anddles It." enter Se<:'iola, the N. 0. O. will\ haveto
I' the Lenox hotel early last night, Geo. could not survive. ; Burden,
t, t Alexander Goodrich, 67, well known Jengineer Burdenwent to the hospital) and + "But suppose," she persisted, that cruse the track of the Loguna
Lumber company' line
and builder, of Atlanta, Ga., were with their husband and. father I the real builder of the road should,. Grande Wafer street-make a Jumpcrossingand on-
bot'to'death and Walter II. Burden when he died. .The'I prove to be Hryce Cardigan, after all
was ..:! do III tMiJotn totem and hold them up
What would ?
60, wealthy rellre< '- u inNL.Jllan. Meaowhil.he, inusked. gunmen :you 1 lo the court. till the cows' come home..

Tateho, N. Y., was 10 badly wound- made their escape. The machine that P Colonel I'cnnlngton' eyes twinkled,. "Uncle Seth,, you're a wizard.
"I fear, dear, I shoal
i+d.hat he died in St. VincejpiaJ! >ospltal darted away into the night was soon VALLEY W,7t 1 make greatly a noise like my something doing. ."Well, at I least rm no slouch at lookIng .

) at midnight lost to the view of the few people who i And a* for Rryce Cardgan-well, that after my own Interests-and yours,,

6 Robbery w .tKe motive. Foiled in saw it for a short time as it left the of theGIANTS Shirley In the midst of peace we
young; man wonM certnlnly know he'dbeen should tip prepared for war. You've
the atj,<"pt> both men were shot to hotel. r

death; and the bandits escaped ,l1n an j{ One persons told the police that she j| t I "I wonder through If a flghu"he'lIIgbl\ to the''last met haven't Mayor your'Poundstone and his lady: ,

automobile, which they left convenIently saw a machine drive slowly up to the Uncle Seth. "I had tew.at her hose. last week." I

7 parked near the"hotel. The engine I north side of the hotel and stop. Little 1 "Why. I believe he will." Pennlngton' "Good news. Suppose you Invite

had been left running in orderto attention, was paid to the car, as I I replied soberly. her and Poundston here for dinner

facilitate the get-away. [ there was nothing unusual about the I "rd love to see you beat him." some' night this week.' Just a quiet

r Mrs. Burden, wife of one of the i incident to attract attention. Two men i Dr PETER B. KYNE "Shirley I Why my dear, you're little family dinner, Shirley and after

murdered men, and her daughter, Miss i[ one taller' than the other, walked slowI Author of growing ferocious. Her uncle' tones dinner you ran .lake Mrs: PoundMone
I
1 Florrie& Burden, 18, were the other I 11 ly into the hotel. { "Gappy Rick** . were laden with banter, but his countenance upstairs, on Home pretext or other I
i could not conceal the pleasureher while I sound' Poundstone out on hisattitude
members of the party-witnessing the I This witness, and others, heard the I
i cold blooded double murder. I I shots, and saw from their porches two 11 lee remark had given him. toward the N. C. 0."
Shirley thrust out her adorable chin She nodded. "1 shall attend to the
The two men and two women were men'run in a crouching position from aggressively.Sick 'ern. Ttge I" she matter. Uncle Seth.' "

TfA enjoying a social game of cards, when ( the north side,oft he hotel and spring ri j I OovrfliM W .....' a. ",... Til Not Be Here a Year From Now answered. "Shake 'em up boy I" Five minutes after dinner was over,

suddenly -and quietly the two masked I into an automobile. I| (Continued From Page 2)) She Warned Him. "You bet 1'1.hake\ 'em up," the Shirley joined her uncle In the library q

bandits stepped into the parlor-located They could not tell whether the men j is walking borne ID the dark past a Colonel declared Joyously." Ue paused and announced that His Honor the
"liT'town
-- masked. They could not tell the IIe tiB on the ground floor-through an were cemetery with a morsel of food on his fork Mayor

t open door leading from the yard, and j|II i make or license numbe..of the car. i' hour Sentinel'when lent the up editor his card.of the, The Sequoia! an The vital aspects of his predicament waved the fork at her aggressively. delighted to dine with them on the

t covered the'party with, revolvers, commanding I I''One young, woman said she heard the nouncement' of the Incorporation .of dawned on the Colonel one night "You stimulate me Into activity, Shir following Thursday night.

g' them' to make no outcry and < 'shooting and thought some men wereI the California Outrage; (for so had Mr. at dinner, mIdway between the soup Icy My mind bas been singularly: dull -
I and the fish. So did of late I have worried unnecessarily: (Continued Next Week)
dt to hand over their valuables.] j !firing revolvers in the street. She Opllvy. In huge enjoyment of the forcibly they occur ;
I to him In fact that for but I know that are with
the that
nonce now you
said the not but'
car was large he
one, miner was about to create, dubbed
The party at first thought that it he flint his tell bowwe'n
forgot niece
seated I Til
was me am inspired you
'a' light, five passenger machine, api the rand) had previously been flashed To Cure Cold In One Day I
was a joke perpetrated by fellow opposite him.; If exhibitssigns
fix this railroad. It
new
to tlif the .'
i parently. Sentinel) by United Press Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets k
L guests and began 'to jest with the intruders. association, an' a local feature itory. Confound them," the Colonel murmured of being dangerous? Again he .top* Couth! and headache and works .,511' I
The door the Adami side twTfiROVE Deaf
street hex :
each
on ? lUiuum :
Cold
: Suddenly one of the bandits I and .alrwufly speculation'' was rife t In : distinctly, "I must look Into smote the table. "We'll sew 'em up 10"
t f the hotel the sidewalk:
t > opens upon
this
immediately"k I
reached for a handsome diamond pin Sequoia aa to the Identity of the .harebrained : -
From this door, through a bed room "Look Into what uncle dear" Shirley '
Mr Burden wore in his scarf. They Individual who dared tobac
I and into the parlor was matter of a n enterprisers nebulous the mil asked Innocently.
.. then realized that it was grim reality, .r'
and both leaped to their feet. The covering about eighten or twenty feet lenluiu. Mr. Offllvy{ was expecting the "This new railroad that man Ogllvy SOMETHING:

% bandits fired with the first move. ond possibly loss. The men were i in' visit-la fact. Impatiently awaiting It: talk of building-which means. Shirley

f the room before any of the four peo and since tbe easiest thing .be dido that with Sequoia a* his starting

... The shocking crime, probably the pIe realized it and they' were able t was to speak for publication..optnral.I point be Is going to build a hundred
boldest In the-history of this city, 1 ib spring' out again and'get away in' a: I ly she editor of the Sentinel got a and' fifty miles north to connect with '

' now'being investigated by half a score few second's time. It was said that story' which, to that Individual's simple the main Mine of the Southern Pacific NEW FORSTARKE. !

of the city and county's best defective's the valuable worn soul, deemed to warrant a sev ea in. Oregon.
'.r 4 and every effort is being made diamond pin by Mr. column head-whiCh It received. In "But wouldn't that be the finest

to run the murderers to earth. I Burden was not secured by either of glowing terms he spike of ji| *IJJIons thing that could possibly happen to
l the thlevoa. Their wanton murder of tons of timber-productsto be hauled Humboldt she
r ,' Mr, Burden wore several diamondsof county demanded of
l brought no gain to them. out of Ibis wopderfulI,'.:'fertile andtlt1f'kno"'n him. ti
great value. After hooting down Lieut. Cahoon, in charge of the po country. 'Hod confidently "Undoubtedly It would-to(Uum- .

the two men, the bandits dashed fromthe lice detectives and other county and predicted for the county a future commercial boldt county\ but to the Laguna
,
parlor of,the hotel and sprang into supremacy that would be simply This' will to the citizens '
i t city officials are working diligentlyon , Grande, Lumber company,in which you announce 'i;
! tl, a' waiting automobile, which toothem k the case at an early hour this staggering to contemplate have something more than a sentimental ,. .

I) swiftly from the scene of the morning. They have not been able, When Colonel' Seth' Pennlngton read Interest my dear It would be a of Starke and surrounding section |
$' crime.: The four people were the'only this outburst be smiled "That's ,,a blow. A large part of the estate left :

1, { ( occupants of the parlor at the time of however beneficial to find to them any clue in apprehendingthe that appeared bright schcine, on'the part of that by: your father Is, Invested In Laguna I that I have opened a Sanitary Steam '
'h Trinidad Redwood .
.I Timber
the hooting.' It was about 0:30 o'clock company Grande stock, and ni you know, all of i :

when the two masked men, both hold I murderers.. gang to start a railroad excitement and my effort are devoted to appreciating Pressing Club in Starke for cleaning
ing revolvers' In their hands. stepped There .eems.to be a decided doubt unload their wblte elephant," be d sthat stock and to Denting against any. j,
as to whether a third man remainedin clared. thing that baa a tendency to depreciate The '
suddenly Into the parlor. One machine and Mens' Suits and Ladies'
was the car to drive the two gunmen When Bryce Cardigan read It, he It." that does the pressing
t lightly in advance of the other and
away. It is the belief of one IlIubed.rhe Interview was so like Carefully he dissected sand-dab
person a Work
t'
both held their {in a threatening Ogllvyt I In the Coat Suits and Skirts.
weapons however, on a nearby front porch, that ,.Bock morning the lat and removed the backbone. I'd give M
i. manner. The man In the lead ter' automobile was brought up fromthe
the two ,>gunmen were the sole occu a ripe peach to learn the Identity of
$ j' I -poke In a subdued votce: pants of the ear, and that they left by his steamship dock Mr.and accompanied the scheming bnttlnsky who bought! Bring us your old Ties and we will
secretary. Ogllvy disappeared
: "Do not make noise will : "
any or you the automobile's old Cardigan's Valley: of the Giant,
:: be killed\ ," he said. The four people, engine running while Into the north following the bright he said presently. "Ill be banged If make them look like
they were in the hotel. new stakes of his .urvelnllang, and new.
E; \ ;i".. in utter astonishment, stared at the that doesn't complicate matters a
It To be the for three weeks
seems opinion among was seen no more.. "

F ''f,\ ,r ,masked that intruders some friends Mr.. were Burden playing, convinced the Investigators that the murderersare On a day when Bryce's mind happened little."You should have bought It when Will call for Clothes and deliver them

not local men, as their deed savors to he occupied with thoughts of the opportunity offered she reminded
,; an unuHual "prank" in a spirit of fun, of the Shirley Sumner, he bumped Into heron '
, laughed. dastardly work of professional promptly. Careful and prompt attention -
Mm."I
the main street of Sequoia, and to
that not "
,; gunmen are strange dare say, he admitted lightly.
ra ,: "You can't joke us that way," heaid. figures in the large cities of this coun- her great relief but profound surprise, "However, I didn't and now I'm going: to mail orders.
a' :. lIe then laughted again, a. tho he paused In his tracks lifted his bat
try, who unhesitatingly take human to be punished for It, my:: dear; 10don't
: ,I : the joke was absurd. In fact, no one smiled and opened his mouth to say
life to roast me any more. By the
accomplish almost way,
r 'I'' ; in the party realized they were in any pose. any pur something-thought better ,of ". that speckled hot-air fellow Ogllvy, Located in' Odd Fellows Building

,\: :t' danger at all. changed hit mind, and continued on who Is promoting the Northern California

i I; (,oj. One of the men at, that moment SHIRKING RESPONSIBILITY about !Ijls business Ai Shirley pasted & Oregon railroad Is back In ;C lf Street
\" him, she looked him squarely/ Ip the .
leaped at Mr. Burden and tried to take I town again. I think III wire the San
face., and In her' glance there
neither
I was
a large diamond pin in his tie Francisco office to look him up In
; Figures submitted to the, ..BostonChamber coldness nor malice.
; I.\I. Both Mr. Burden and Mr. Goodrichrose' I Dun' and Bradstreet'a. I'd sleep a
of Commerce show that i in firyce felt himself afire from heelsto
l I whole lot more soundly: to-night If ]I ISLOAN
[ hastily. Mr. Goodrich undoubtedly hair
", 1898 a bricklayer and his helper laid one Instant, and cold and clammy
knew the answer to two
,1 ; grasped the true note of the situation 1,600 bricks in an eight-hour day, at the next,. for Shirley spoke to him. questions." very Important

1':' r of peril, as he caught at the an average 'wage rate of 86 cents a "Good morning/ Mr. Cardigan.? "What are they, Uncle Sethr PROPRIETOR

masked man who was trying! to get hundred. Today this Be paused turned and approached , ,
bricklayerand
\ same "Well. Fd like to know whether the ;
her. "Good -
{ of morning Shirley, be replied.
; poRsession! the diamond. ,
his helper will average only 600 N. C. O Is genuine or a screen to hide
?, "How have you be aT"
Bang! bang! bang! bang! bricks a day, at a wage rate of $2.72 ". might have been dead for all the operations of the Trinidad Redwood I I
t Mr. Goodrich was shot and staggered a hilndred. Who the biH Timber company"
pays ? the Interest you took In me." she replied
to one side. A second followed the ''The Railway Age ia authority for sharply. "As matters: stand I'm "It might," said. Shirley, with one of :

t Y, first shot and then three more were the statement that a Middle Western exceedingly: well-thank. yen, By'WWI e those sudden Bashes of Intuition pe AUCTION

fired. Mr. Burden was woundedtwicein road was recently compelled to give :,, are yon still belllgerentfOe caller to women "be a screen to bide I. Jvre '

the abdomen, the bullets cutting Into $9,364 in back pay to four employes nodded. "I have to be." the operations of Bryce Cardigan. .

his vitals. He, too, reeled dazedly. because their titles had been changed "I think you're a great big grouch, Now that be knows you aren't going .

The two women, horror stricken, as the result of government Bryce Car lpn." she flared at htm. to renew his hauling: contract he may 0 '

ql'' screamed frantically. The parlor was lion of the railroads opera' "You make me unutterably: weary." \ ,:
In another instance 1 Lost My Best Customers ThroughRats
a scene of drifting smoke and dazedconfusion. "I'm sorry" he answered, "but just SALE S
(; a Western road Was compelled at present I am forced to subject you Write J. Adam

under the national agreement, to to the strain. Say A year from now, "Used t. have the busiest restaurant .
Instantly, both bandits turned and honor a time card for 112 hours work when things are different with me in town until news spread that

bolted through the side door of the for four men, whereas they actually 111 strive not to offend." '' the kitchen was infested with rats;

I' parlor, through which they had enter put four hours and a half on the job. "I'll not tie here 1\ rear from now," lost a lot of my best customers untilI

r ed. They ran the few paces across the Another ruling reeultedan"scar repairer abe warned him. tried RAT SNAP. Haven't a pest One ,Car of Young Mulesat

sidewalk and sprang into an automo being paid $1,000 for work he He bowed. "Then 111 go wherever in the place now. Restaurants should

bile waiting at the; curbing on Adamllatrf'et. never did, and so on, ad Infinitum. you are-and bring you back. And use RAT SNAP." 8 sizes, 8Cc, 65c,
Who pays the bill T with a mocking little. grin be llftet $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by D. C. W. C. Townsend's Stables
The rapid revolutions of the auto'Inonile' his hat and passed on. Jones, SUrke.-Adv.
o Conceding the point that the "la- a e
motor were heard by persons borer Is worthy of his hire," and that Col. Seth Monday Feb. 21st 1921
Pennlngton
who were on the front porches on the the best was among.
devised for Seeds ,
way him to obtain those who. skeptical' at first and In-., Hastings ,
opposite side of the
street, and the
{ this is through trades
'organizations, dined to ridicule tbe project Into alf
" machine was thrown Into high speed the fact remains that org.nllledabor, early grave eventually found himself: 1921 Catalog Freq This car of .fine young mules came from the
; and raced away from the hotel. goIng in justice to the paying public, cannot
'. eastward East waycd the and It'a ready now. 111 handsomely U- best stock farms
t on Adams street. expect to collect for its Individual by publicity gradually: Instrated in Kansas'where the good ones
At the sound of coerced Into serious consideration of pages of worth-while seed!
the shots
and at thecreams
i of Mrs. Burden her units without doing its part In discharging the results attendant upon the building and garden news. This new catalog;, are raised. They are from three to five years old
and Its, Obligation- that these we believe la the most valuable seed
daughter, hotel guests rushed from units shall give value received fore of the road. The Colonel was book ever published. It contains with shape and quality.Some of them, are not .

other parts of the hostelry into th what naturally: as suspicious as a rattlesnake twenty: full pages of the most popular broken but kindand
they get. Farmers who
Organized labor If It In August; hence he bad no vegetables and flowers In their are gentle.
parlor on tho east aide of the hotel. natural '
plays fair with the country, mus't emphasize sooner' emerged from the ranks of the oolors. the finest work of Its kind are in need of a first class of mules
For a second no one seemed'to grasp an honest day's work just "as frank scoffer than his alert mind .v.r attemptedWith span young

t the situation. Then some one tale much as it does an honest day's pay. framed the question our photographic Illustration should look this drove over.

phoned the police headquarters t The fact "Dow and color picture also from photo ,
that it does not do so may Is this new road-Improbable
one block away, at the corner of New- account for the loss of public opinion as I know It to be-going to affect the grow graphs' with we Hastings'show you Just 'what yo Every Animal Guaranteed to be as Represented

:l nan and,For yth streets. about which labor leaders are inclined Interest of the I
? Just two minutes later detectivesand to become fretful of late. The principle company, If tie unexpected should log makes garden and flower cata bed Anyone wishing to buy privately or make an honest i

policemen arrived on the scene of everything for nothing is'not avery happen and those bnneo-steeren planning easy and It should be In ev exchange of a hone or mule may do so from now until -

and began a hasty investigation instate a good bid for public confidence. should actually build 1I'O&cf from I, err single Southern home Write us Monday Feb. 21st when every remaining animal l
of confusion that reigned at that Sequoia to* Grant' Pass a peat-card for It. giving your name t
Ore, and
hall
and ddrea.*. It will be put single and in
thus I com to yon up pain and sold to the high.
!
I time In the hotel. OVERWORKED construct a feeder to a transcontinental :!, k
by return mall
and :you will be mighty est bidders. This .,
i 'The police ambulance was1 sent to liner I i{I. glad :you've got it. auction take. place rain or shine.

I the scene, and officers placed both men I "Talkh << about .dry towns, have Five minute of serious reflection I|I Hastings' Seeds are the Standard

in It/and the )huge red machinewith 11 you ever been' in Lcavenworth, Kan- sufficed to bring the Colonel to the of the South and they have the Iara AUCTION STARTS PROMPTLY AT ONE. ..,

+ shrieking! whistle, raced away to .lies- ,I das?" asked the commercial traveler,, verge of panic, notwithstanding the I back eat mall order seed house to the world O'CLOCK. MONDAY FEB. 21st. 1&21
fact of them.
that
be was ashamed of himself They've got to be the
'pitals with the victims a/ the gunmen. In the smoking car. ''No' Well, that'sa for yielding to fright despite his firm best. Write now for the 1811 cata I at W. TOWNSEND'S STABLES in

., 'Mr. Goodrich died"shortly after hr a' 'dry' town for you, all right... belief..Uiat-Uiere was no reason why log It Is absolutely: tree.

,1 r was shot An examination showed "They can't sell liquor at all there?" he should be frightened Similar coo-'I I H. 0. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN.: 'I LAKE BUTLER FLORIDAJz"F"

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talc BRADFORD COUNTY TELE RAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1921.




Ilf' 'I''I Bradford County Farmers -



.
FIGHTING CORK WEEVIL IN give off a poison which stimulates the "Spraying Is an Important part of Transfer ? '

I LOR COUNTY TAY-I| roots to produce the swelled or galled the! control and should be done three .

knots: Such truck crops as tomatoes, times between the budding time and a

The crusade against the County cucumbers, celery and potatoes; such month before the fruit ripens. The A C chanI!

h'' vii is gaining momen.im. fruits as peaches, figs and pecans; and first application should be made just .

agents and thrifty farmers are making such field crops as cotton tobacco' and as the calyxes are shed from the blos

t diligent fight which are resultIng beans are affected. 1, soms. arsenate paste to 50 gallons water and I READ story SOME OTHER kind.
| The University of Florida Experiment -
I- in great saving to the state. . . .
County Agent L. R. Moore, dt t Tay Station has done much to combat pour into the mixture the milk obtained ii ABOUT: A' fellow. OF CIGARETTE. i iI

h lor county, tells of the mUlls alien the loss caused by this enemy by from 2 pounds fresh lime. Twoor . . .
I the of syanamide and three weeks later a second spray WHO SLIPPED. REMEMBERED that .
\ ya
by a certain farmer in his termy Jt advocating use
. .
ing' should be applied. At this time
i to make his crib air-tight so as other moans. The department of entomology 1 I ON AN icy hilL AND TOLD the clerk.
fthould'also
gas the weevils with carbon bisulV has devoted much time and one spray for brown rot . . .
buildIng this work By careful fig- of peaches no that is is necessary onlyto AND STARTED to-sllde.
phide. This farmer, instead of \tudy to f In! JUST WHERE to get oIL
place 2 pounds lead arsenate in c.I . .
Idea'of the
/ a new crib, has prepared his old uiig we can get some 1 i
one-the old one built of login such valWi of this work. .The-value of 22 each CO gallons antsy material. A AND TRIPPED. up. OTHER .KINDS. will burn.a .'

t might be Comm truck field and orchard crops month before the fruit ripens a third
a way that the fumigation A FAT lady. AND GIVE off smoke.
carried on. of FlorMa is approximately $15,000- spraying should be given with self . a . .
i j 000 Had it not been for the > boiled limc-Bulphur solution alone. The WHO SAT on him. I'LL ADMIT that much.
a year.
C of how
is Moore's
Here Mr. report
.
lead arsenate is not used this third *
it was done:; "The farmer put three advice sent o it by the experiment station I AND RODE down hilL BUT THATS as far.
I time because the is
1' or four inches of dirt on the floor and this value would be reduced by foliage unjurcd . . V .
this with another floor. The $750,000 to $14,260,000. Therefore, by too frequent spraying with this TO THE foot. AS I'LL go.THERE'S .
covered
. .
substance. . .
an amount greater than has ever been
covered with lumber
walls rough
were
AND THEN be wheeled. ONLY one kind.
filled spent by the entire university in any . .
f, and the cracks outside were THE TICKS ." .
four of its existence, is saved SWAT OF CIGARETTE. V
years
with clay. The door facings were "MADAM, YOU'LL" have.TO . ,.
.
padded with cloth, and a door made to the state every year. '
t Florida cattle owners are now en GET off-here. THAT CAN. and will, and does.
,1 of of roofing be
two layers paper
TO GET TOGETHER tirely shut off from outside markets a "
FLORIDA FARMERS IS' REALLY TISFY.
; farmer'
is offering
tween. This now THIS a* far ::6
for ticky cattle as result of action taken a
" d; 25 cents for each weevil found in his . .-
'i r h crib. The cost of this arrangement by officials in Louisiana, prohibi- AS I CO." OTHER cigarettes may please-
I I' moderate and neighboringI All agricultural interests are to beinvited. ting shipment of ticky cattle for any t for a time-but thafa
: rr4 i was very with the Florida Farm purpose,' which closes the New Or- SO WHEN a new clerk. as far as they go. With finer tobaccos
to meet
,; farmers are rebuilding cribs (in the .
-both Turkish and Domeatie-
leans market for ticky cattle. Up to
It i name way." Bureau Federation in Gainesville on 20 for 20 cents WHO. DIDN'T know. and with finer blending-Chester
4 this date that has been the
only outside
10-11th. For months a .
March communities fields
;j' give you the fullest possible
The work of the weevil is a serious
" and counties have been organizing market for more than a year, as In ulr.Hght pmckutAteo ** MY REGULAR smoke. cigarette enjoyment. They always
1 matter. It has been estimated that 20 I III and business. Last fall a restrictions in all states north of us o*<.in WA round satisfy. It'. the blend and it ca.'
, per cent of corn stored in open cribs doing have closed those markets. Hn of SO, "aeuueJect. TRIED TO sell me. bteojned.C
number of representatives .
county got
a
: }, Is consumed by weevil. Last year The Florida supreme court has held
and perfected
, together a temporary
there produced in Florida 10,*
were
i'w. state organization. The main purpose that our present live stock sanitary

:;,' 630,000 bushels of corn valued at of this March meeting is to make this lawis constitutional, in a test case
$10,030,000. A very conservative estimate started in Escambia county last
'' organization year,
permanent.
.' says that half of this crop: orfj,2C6,000 temporary the appeal from the adverse
( After permanently the opinionby
t e il\; Is stored in open crips. Weevils -, state federation organizing will become a ,part the lower court having been sponsored -
\. eat 20 per cent of it or l(0r.3,000,
I! ; ;; lof the American farm bureau faders 1 by the Florida developmentboard.
bURhels.I I ,
.
Eighty-seven cent of Floriida'a
tion, as 42 other states have already per -
;: Valued at a dollar a bushel, how done. I area is under tick quarantine,

'f.i 'many miles of brick roads would this, but the majority of that is includedin

\ $1,053,000, worth of weevil food build?> The Florida Farmers' Union, the twenty-eight counties in which elections

,, 'j How many farm homes would it equipwith Florida Citrus Exchange, the Florida have authorized compulsory dip- GA.RETTE S

'''I':;' modern water and lighting systems Horticultural Society, the Florida ping of cattle: so those counties can

,, ij\ ,'' T How many children, kept out 'Swine Breeders As.oclalon. he Florida proceed to clean up whenever the cattle LIGGETT & MirE=s TOBACCO Co.

t'' of school this winter because of no Poultry Association, the FloridaDairymen' : owners get ready. The other counties -

money to hire teachers,*would this Association, the Florida ; can hold elections whenever the I .

1(, place between the walls of. a goodHchool j I Aberdeen-Angus Association, and all people want to vote on the proposi- _
other kindred agricultural societies .
7FIGHTING j
will be Invited to attend this meeting tion. I J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadel Seminole-Celery shipments by car- B. Wilkinson returned Tuesday

'' ( phia, has a chapter: on the lighting Joads are Increasing daily. The quality from a visit with his daughter, Mrs.

'OUR "LITTLE ENE : COAXING THE HEN TO WORK problem. He says from observation of the produce is good, but pricesare T. T. Blackburn, of Glen St. Mary.

( MIES" ,Flor-ida OVERTIMEThe th,hens under artificial ht in winter unsatisfactory.

not only Jay more but seem to be DOBSON
i., It has been said often that our Puget Sound district of WashIngton -
I i more vigorous, healthy and disease- Orange-A'visit to the fair' in Tam
worst enemies are those little fellows I We Floridians often ask. Why is i it state, not hitherto noted for resistant than those not so treated. pa is enough to convince anyone of Dobeon, Feb. 18.-Mr. and Mrs.

t all around u., over us and under us, that we do not hate the big peach the production of eggs, sent last year Furthermore adding three hours to the wonders of Florida and of our agricultural Judson Hurst were guests of her parents

those little fellows we seldom see or yields we'used to have? Because for- 120 carloads, equivalent to 15,200,000 their feeding day not only causes the possibilities ; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brannen

think about. It is common knowledgeto merly we did not have so many de- eggs, to the East, where they arrivedIn layers to lay more but brings into pro Saturday night. '

i r the medical world that dilleallegermll : structive insect and fungous enemies generally good condition. Now; duction some who would otherwise be Duval-Have held f numbar of M. H. Hurst and Mrs. C. B. Vining

1 cause more deaths than old age Now we find worms and scales and Washington being the most northerly non-producers. .Mr. Lewis says 14 to meetings this week "or the purpose made a business trip to Lake Butler

and war and human rage together. rots giving us trpuble where formerly state of the Pacific coast, as far north I 16 hours of activity a day is sufficient. of organizing farmers and boys' clubs Saturday.
But we do not have to confine our as the northern part of Maine has Kerosene Johnnie
most such things were unknown. avery I or electric light may be used nnd of encouraging co-operative mar Hurst! attended services at
selves to microscopic forms of animal ) Take the plum curculio which does I short winter day, from about 8 ''I provided enough light is given to keting. South Prong Sunday.
or plant life to find destructive ene o'clock in the morning to about 4 in allow the hens to find their feed eas-
much Marshall
\ so damage to peaches. This is Dobbs and brother, Lester
,
j' mien If man could eliminate all those the evening. But the hens are inducedto ily. An active hen will feed 'as longas ,
V a small weevil and has a long snout Liberty-Farme::: are showingmore C. J. Shaw?.Jimmie Mann and Frank
V enemies which are visible to the na ': lay in mid-winter by giving them she has light enough to see her
with which it punctures young fruit renewed spirit than it seems the Dobbs were visitors to Raiford Satur-
ked he would have several hours of
accomplished artificial
eye light in the
It spends the winter In trash, under food.The present financial depression warrants. day.
I
great things. | morning before daybreak. In this winter ,
boards'and of
old such rubbish as usual- scarcity eggs seems Dobnon
school is nice-
? Persons interested In agriculturerealize ly lies about orchards and back yards. district they have colonies of 6,000 to due to the fact that in the short days Taylor-Much fertilizer is being ly with good attendance.progressing .
there are hosts of different I' 7,000 birds .
minute pest we need to combat. Tak i In advising a Florida farmer in To come nearer home of this season hens can consume only bought by farmers co-operatively by There will .be preaching at Mann
a poultry
I combatting'' this insect Prof. J. R. enough to maintain their bodies leav-
,
the Orders
county agent. are being schoolhouna
next first
the little nematode, belonging to the farm near Callahan which specializes Sunday by Rev.
i 'I Watson, entomologist of the Florida ing no surplus for ,egg production.This made every day. An unusual Interest Thornton. '
eel-wot group which causes root- In> day-old chicks and for a well
Experiment Station, recently spoke as eggs winter has been so mild that is being shown in purebred poultry.
knot on so common field and known restaurant of this
many city, keeps
follows: fresh egg. are more plentiful in the I I.lite I
U truck crops, and apply the case to our I I among others a flock of a thousand northern markets 1 QninlM]! / Thai Dots not Affect The He lBecanwi
than is
the orchard clean. usual
"Keep Do not so ear- HIGHLAND .
.
of '
Iti tonic
nd las !.e effect.iXXAT1VF.
i own Florida conditions. This is one hens for production of for -
permit it to become a dumping center eggs the ly in the year Under mild temperatures : BROMO QUININE (Tab eta) cu be ukm
of our small enemies we can see by market. These in 1 br anyone without caunlnii nnrvoummninr rlmlnt
+ for trash and boards. If the trees are are kept houses the hen has a larger surplus Highland, Feb. 18.-Mrs. H. C. lit tt.9 Load. lW.GROVh3 (Iflnniur.on bar luc"Cascarets"
i
looking closely with the naked eye. which are well lighted up to 8 o'clockat from her daily feed what
large and cast dense shades the fallen over is call Wimberly and daughter Winifred,
Nematodes pierce the tender roots peaches, wastes and culls should night. Two feeds are given them ed for merely to maintain growth and were shoppers to Jacksonville Wed

of plants susceptible to them and live be .raked out in the middle of the row every night after dark, one of sprout bodily temperature, hence can pro- ne da7.i |

on the juices thereof., They probablyDodton's : so that the'aun can, shine upon them ed oats and another, just before turning duce more eggs. -Times.Union. i Mr. and Mrs. Charles George and ,

r and kill the grubs ot the curculio.; off the lights, of scratch feed, in baby left Wednesday for Starke to forConstipation

i I "After the young grub In the fallen order that they may retire to) their COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS- make their home. i I II

I t V!i I fruit has completed jy) growth it goes roosts with full crops. The proprietors _____ I Messrs. C. S. Thornton J. L. Gad *

I Liver Tone I into the ground. For this reason thor* say these hens'have paid for the Escambia-The Escambla county ,' and C. M. Click were business visitors i

!I i i j ough cultivation is an important !method elcctrict light plant which furnishes farm bureau ,was organized in Pensa- I here Friday. I

, ',,'. Instead of Calomel : of keeping down the curculio. As them with the extra light by the increase cola Feb. 1st. J. I. Marr visited friends at Bron- Just think 1 A pleasant harmleMGMoamt

}, the insect is rarely more than an inchor in their fall production. son Saturday. work. while you sleep and has

so beneath the surface, cultivation Harry R. Lewis in his "Making Holmes-There is new life in all Mrs. J. L. Ingals and son, Franklin your liver active, head clearf stomach
A Calomel is quicksilver It attacks Money from Hens," published by the sweet ajuLJxiwula moving as regular asa
I the; bone and paralyse the liver. Yotir need not be deep, but should be thorough farm operations. Many farmers have of Jacksonville, spent the week-end clock by morning. No griping or

y dealer sell each bottle of |pleasant l enough ,to break up the pupa their full force at the plow, and even with Miss Ruth Parker. h..lOI>venen.Je.! 10, 25 or 60 cent bux....
barmleM "l odsyn's Liver 1'In.Ih
&ironclad, money-buck. guarantee thit tivation should, be continued until and Head dens. Fifty per cent of our farmers Miss Ethel Ricks were business visitors

"\. it bowels will regulate better than the liver calomel ntomuch, without and July. It is advisable to keep the chick- Jamestown La.-."I bare> used Dr. will not use commercial fertilizers this to Jacksonville Monday To Stop a Cough Quicktake

,N')' sickening or salivating you-1ft million ens In the orchard. AH dead wood Plerce's Favorite Prescription for year, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bohannan were HAYES' HEALING HONEY a

I ; bottles sold should be cut out and burned. :years and find visitors to Starke Saturday.G. cough! medicine which stops the cough by
:. : It does me healing the Inflamed and irritated&laa_
I Palm Beach-Corn planting begins II. Barker of Meredith, visited
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more good
!i.: I4I I > IIflhuIiISSISIIlSI4-.tt4IIiliuUIlISUuuIuIii I lilt V than any other this week. County fair prospects are friends here Tuesday, SALVE A box for of Chest GROVES Cold*.' Head O-PEN-TRATE Colds and
medicine everused. bright. Communities will make
displays Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
1 suffered in separate booths. HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
Seed PotatoesSPAULDINGS .. with my BACK BAD TODAY? should be rubbed on the chest and throatof
right side, back
f. and bead. A Dude-Thin county greatly feels the children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

No. 4 ROSE IRISH COBBLERS friend of mine need of a system of marketing that n tin.h.sllateffect throat combined of Kayw'with tin Heltn bIII11.-' Honey Inside of-

told me to try will place most of the money from the Gross O-Pra-Traw whm tlunash ti. pan <*
EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPHI Btickuche Is the
Dr. Pkirce's Favorlte usually kidney-ache i akin ma Mop a court. -
-
r sale of crops into pockets of the farm- and makes you dull Both nm...llM an pa""cid, la_solos and tk*
w I are fortunate in our contracts which make it possible Prescription ers. nervous and OMt of On_bIDed inMnwat ttiSo. *

, i, ,;1 to quote lowest! market prices. It will pay you toget n* so much good I never.and Bet It tired did I, tired weak! kldn Use )"Duan's s-ihe Kidney Pills for JOlt ask your dragflst for HAYES"HEALING
HONEY. .
remedy recommended .
our Prices before buying, and our Quality before of praising It, for I believe It saved Suwannee am laying especial by jour friends -

planting.: Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality my !lit.! I tried several doctors stress upon interesting farmers to I bor Auk. jour neighbor! and neigh
't ; Maine Grown, selected' especially for seed. but none of them helped mil NowI keep farm Mrs. A C
,l accounts and records. Fliifu! Starke
enjoy good;: health. -IDA YOUNO- says:
Send for FreeCatalogue and Seed Special Riving BLOOD. Send lOo to Dr. Pierce Buffalo. "When living in North Dakota, come J4thr"California

Revised Prices on new crop Seed Beans. Peas, Red Seal N. T, for trial.ykg.r Santa Rosa-We are busy organiz time ago I was ailing with my buck <

tit Tomato, Cucumber Seed, Pepper, Etc. We carry all the ing boys into agricultural .clubs. and kidneys. As I knew a great
standard varieties many people In that country who had
leading and of Seed that have been !

V tested and known to be adapted,to our soil and climate. Osceola-Truckers are jubilant over cellent used D-xin's reiiultii Kidney Pills with ex

1 Seed Oats, Rye, Vetch, Rape, Etc. The planting season good yields' and good prices. Early My kidneys gave I began ho taking tnem Syrup of Figs" is
me
Is near at hand. Our Information service is free. Call DANDRUFF GOES I planted potatoes are up and growing tress and the small of my back little hurt dls- Child's Best Laxative

on us for any information on your crops you might well. me con..tiinUy. Often my back.

; tl thlnk'we can supply. twinged. My kidneys were disorder-
LARGEST SEED HAIR STOPS FALLING Walton-We are in the midst of I, ed, to. until I took this remedy. BewareI Say "California" or you
OLDEST & HOUSE IN FLORIDA blueberry planting Doan' may not get the genuine "California
having put out s soon put au end to this trou Syrup of -
Figs" which teoommend
+ 14,000 plants this week. Interest in bit and I have had no recurrence for darters
of Istiiea and children of all ages
E. A. Martin Seed Co. Immediately after using "Dundcrinc"you poultry is spreading over county. It" Nothing ciao clcaim the little bowel and
can not find dandruff
any or falling< Price 60u, at all dealer, Don't regulates" the child' ctomach and liver
202-206 E. Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida. your Lair but hair what seem plan twice*** you mewl is that' Lee-Much truck still to be shipped simply ask for a kidney r"medy-get, BO gently, m> thoroughly. Dirwtiont
TEST SEEDS INSURE GOOD CHOI'S thick as abundant no from I Doan's Kidney Pills--the on each. bottle. Hut you must wiyCalifornia.
IJY- gloofcv and just radiant with lire county. Citrus grovel are same that ."
I I"F'
and I Mrs. Fling had. Don't be talked Into>> an
beauty CM a 3 -t1el1' bottte now. looking good and new growth and new Ponter-Mllburn! Co., imitation fig which hum't the
PI II+++++U I I Have lots of long, heavy, beautiful Mtrs. ituRalo. N. Y. syrup t
##. . .1. ... III I I IIIIII I I ht-M- hair. blooms are appearing. delicious, fruity 4a te or the perfect
I .- ,'. --- "laxative physio" action.


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Hague. tors to Starke Monday. I Starke Saturday and Monday. One Ford Tourlna ('*'. Jtlll Model Canine
NO,
20215.PC.
I T. B. Edwards and daughter, Miss Marvin Ogden and sisters Misses I G. L. Futch was a visitor to StarkeSaturday A. F. ADRINS" ,

Quaker Minister Is Eva, were chopping in Lake Butler on Mattie and Minnie, attended church at M SoUclinr JOliNS.far; Complainant. 9.,4.t! Maaler.:
9.11d4f1dCOMMIsSIONFRR
I Thursday. Sampson Sunday.O. I Strawberries are going forward to "

I I II. B. Brown of Brooker, passed W. Uyal was a business visitor the northern markets in large lots and Notice HI hereby given that,, 8At under K end bv

I through our seciion Sunda)'. to Statko Thursday. I good prices are being received for virtue of a decree of the' Circuit Court of
Grateful to Tanlac attended S. Prescott of Sampson was here I them. Florida. In and for the snooty of Bradford '
C. M. Andreu and family dated on the 'nd day of January, 1PU. In a
Wednesday.Miss certain matter pending therein
Sunday school at Brooker Sunday. wherein Emm

t. Willard Raborn was a business visitor Lois Moody was visiting relatives BROOK FR: N Clyatt Clyatt.minor Sallle t iy Fmrna Markham N. Clyatt and Charles hi* guardian V..

r Monday in Sampson Monday. and tiCKt friend, IIawl" Clyalt Maaon and
to the county Beat
Leonard Coko, of Ft. White, spent J. ,.. Ogden and son, Marvin, were Brooker, Feb. 18.-Messrs. O. B. minor Walter, Oncer by haul Clyatt.Cly.tt minor Maeon, and D.tliJlr(' Clyatt...d

i Sunday with relatives here.A visitors to the country seat Wednes I i Colaon and L. A. Brown were attend- Clyalt friend I I.are d.r.n.l.n.ulhorl.ln.complainant, and .Rmma the und Theo.-

shelling was enjoyed at day I I in' Worthington Monday afternoon.Mr. algned aa onmmlaeloner. to sell the following
peanut described .. ......, .
"' cltuaU In Bradford
and
! the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. An- Mrs, W E. Murrhf* and son, K. B., Mrs I. W. Pinholstei were Florida, to-wlt wan.Sy.
kL' : dreu Wednesday night. were business villltor to Sampson | In IWorthington Monday afternoon. I The Ronthra.it hurler; of Routhweet Quarter
and Routhweat of
Southeast Quarter
E.
: I Mrs. C. W. Edwards and little Tuesday T. Stewart spent the week-end and South Half of Southeast Quarter of South '
with his a e-t Quarter, all In Section .
week-end Mrs Myrtle McKinney of Louise family. 55 In Townahlp ,
the ,
daughter, Corene, spent it Moiitn. Rpnrn 17 Beat t .1.. the Northeaal
'. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. was here Monday. Mrs. Arrie Colson, of Pine Hill wan Quarter and th*C..t Half of Northweat q....... rp
in town Thursday tn of flection J, Tvvnwbln Snail Range IT
Edd Parrish and Marvin Ogden were
Rimes. Fa.t..ntalnlne In all H40-aeree. more or I....
Mabry Han-ell returned to Jacksonville in Sampson Thursday. A. A. listen was a visitor to the w. will In Bradford County, Floel 01., offer for
..
sib and .11 th. said property, in front of
d e'a . Sunday after spending a few John Starling was a visitor to county seat Monday. the. eourthonee d<..ir, during the legal r ,0fr. E. J. Ward and familyS Gaines sale. on Monday, the. 7th day of March
h. t days with! his parents, Mr. and Mrs Sampson Friday. IDIM. to the hlgheat and heat bidder for rash. j
r AL W. 1>1. Harrell.J. II. D. Wasdln was attending to business ville, were visitors here Sunday. ..101 isle .bring. for the pnrnom of partition
of aald landa.Thl J!
V. Edwards was a business vis- in Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Kelly, of January IB. IBM.I 'J

itor to Brooker Monday.N. Alvin McKinney, of Louise was here Gainesville, -attended the reunion at .. 8 F.. St'MMFlia FRAMCK.R \

business Saturday. Uncle JohnColilon'. Sunday. W, O.
G. Hayes attended to : IIROOKS
tAMt..f.Ti.{' ::" in Gainesville Thursday and Friday. .: John Thomas and Mrs. Truman Dyal j, Mrs. M. P. Matheny spent Satur 1-S -"t-'" Commtnalonara.NOTICE .;,

: and Truby here from Ziff day and Sunday at Alachua with her : Of INTENTION: TO APPLY FOR
y;,..ar, \ -SV, /A". rtll.MlsW.ffl. 'JItev. Mrs. Nannie Berry, of Leesburg, is sort were IKTTER8 PATENT '
j.
sister Mrs. L.
\ .. spending a few days with her mother, Saturday. T. Godwin. Hereby null. !. riven that the underalgnedwill
I ," been Oliver Sparks and Mrs. Sparks, of Iris Godwin spent the weekend herewith apply tn the Governor of the Ftato nfFlorida I ;
who
Mrs. Rainey has
very
,
'I' at Tallahaaaeee. Florida. on the let .
She is improving at this writing. m'l Louise were visitors here Saturday. friends.M. day nf March, 1RZ1, for Letter. Patent In cor.Poratlnr a

Rrw'l. Mrs. James Crews is very ill at Arch Johns, of Louise was here on P. Matheny and sons made a under ihe Hcllhronn follooHnr Mineral proposed' Water charter Company] T h!

a WS : dtJd writing business Saturday.; trip to Alachua Sunday and were accompanied Article 1. I,
The' rf this shall he Heir
name corporation
home by Mrs. Matheny.
Mrs. Bob Surrency has returned to
bronn Mineral Water Company and It* principal
K yp THIRTY-THREE HORSES AND her home; after visiting for several Mr&::Anna Murrhee spent a few ,.office shall h'.I::: In..thh.ii: of fltark. ;.0-
Florida, and Ito be conducted
MULES SMOTHER IN BOX CARS weeks in Tampa, with her son, Jesse days here with her mother, Mrs. S. L. there and In sue) other pleas In Florida and '
Surrency. Kelly. elsewhere. throurh hranchea., avcnclea. a. may be neoeeaary or convenient.
Ly
Thirty-three horses and mules, prop David Kelly and wife were visitorsin Chealey Fogg was here Sunday af Article *.
9 ternoon. The' general nature of the liualnma of the 1
R erty of the United States government, Sampson Thul'sday.Berrian corporation ahall lie to acquire naturil aprlnra -
were removed from box cars at Ra Dyal and wife, of Sampson, T. L. Godwin spent Sunday herewith of water of any Kind and quality In the ITnlt .I
ed Stale of America and In foreign "
leigh, N. C., having smothered to were visiting here Saturday. friends. to develop and operate the camel to eiiiittrlei sell! and

death between Norlina and Raleigh, Looney Goodge was here on business J. Morgan! 1.. K. Gainey and J. ....-.-.t th. watera of any and all eunhaprliiira .
I to buy, aell 1.... and oherwlao deal
while they were enroute from Camp Friday. S. Forsyth were business" visitors to : In automobllea. aut ,mobile parta..gtdpment ,
Lee Jackson at Columbia In Pine 11111 aeceaaortea and attpullre of any and all kind r I
and Camp Dewey Murrhee was Ziff Sunday. Saturday.M. I
to deal In hardware, machine* and maohlneryof I
S. C. Pitt Newsom, of Ziff, attended see A. Clemons visited his family any and all Mnda [ general merehandlee.and "
According to railroad officials the vices here Sunday.O. at Brooklyn Sunday.II. to operate mercantile atorea of any anIall .
klnde to loan money on ...0"-.... area
dead animals were in a shipment of W. Dyal was in Brooker Satur S. Warren spent the weekend real eatate. and to buy and aell mortgage* on
real eetate, and to buy and .,,,11 honda baaed
185 horses and mules loaded in closed here with his family. upon real estate aecurlty" i to buy and sell

box cars by directions of a captain in day.Leo Dyal and Minzie Groover, of Dr. Tribble was a caller here last public. .....urltl.. of any and all kind. Infllud. '
jng bond laaued by any dlatrlct, county municipality
the quartermaster corps, who is said Ziff were here Sunday. week. or atatet to erect buy ...n. rent,

Parker MoonNearly' to have expressed the desire that the Oliver Sparks and sister, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Dave Duke of Alachua lunch I..... counter uee and, bottling operate worka.bntela.bathing reatauranta poola*,

animals be kept warm. The shipment Grace, of Louise, were here Sunday attended the Colson reunion Sunday. manufacturing planta, Carton I *. machinery, ?

everybody in Southwest and suggested a change of climate. I left in charge of two privates and two Blox 1'arrinh and Volley McKinney II. R. Brown has opened up a repair warchoitae for and carrying all appliance on the above neceeaary dt<*cHbed ordealrable

Missouri either know or has heardof then moved to Texas and went back civilians. Examination of the cars en- of Sampson, were visiting here Sunday shop on Main street blialnea or bllalneUMil to. obtain, purchase, tleas.
.
the Rev. Parker Moon, who for a and forth three times but did not get route, it is said, revealed the fact that I Chester Andreu of New River, was formulae or ,otherwlea aeeret gnaws acquire, lleena any patent or privilege right i

full half century has devoted his life the relief I had hoped for. Finally, the animals were suffering. An attempt O. W. Dyal ands on, Lee, were in in town Sunday afternoon. or own trade aril mark aaalgn.and pledge to manufacture or grant. llamas, operate. lareapeet '

and talents to Sunday school and or- I got so bad off I was not able to to unload the cars at Norlinawas Starke Sunday. y- Mrs. Kate Haien, of Fort Myers, is thereof or othrrwlae trade In or makea

ganization work for the Society. of get around with any degree of com made but the shipment was continued Harry Eddy, of Louise, was here here this week looking after business mortgage profit therefrom'rent. Icaae,to sell.aflqulre.and convey bold, real.

Friends or Quakers. I fort. I was also told I had heart trou to Raleigh with car doors partly Sunday. interests. relate and personal! property In any part of

"Uncle Parker as he is more fa- 'I ble."I open, when it was found that there Irvin Dyal was in Waldo Saturday. ,Dan Hall, of Orange Heights, spent the lionda world.of any Including other corporation the capital t to abet make contract and r

mallarly known, came from fine old had read about Tanlac and, as it were no facilities for unloading at Sunday here. and *management of any and of all Its kind.bualneaa for hereinbefore the. conduct. .

rugged Quaker stock, and there is not had been very highly recommendedto Norlina. I.A WTEY Dr. Nobles and Edythe Warren were mentioned, or any line or part thereof. It" tiInlendsd

a better known or more highly respected me, I decided to .try it., I got a visitors to Worthington Monday afternoon the corporation and hereby ahall .have."....1'power provided to conduct that r

citizen in that part of the bottle and had taken only a few dos MILLER Lawtey, Feb. 18.-W. N. Dunham, any, each and every bualneaa and line .f boalneae .
whole.tab
tate. In referring to his remarkable es until I could notice. a marked im of Jacksonville, was a visitor Sundayat J. W. L. Pinholstcr and niece, Willie mentioned or whnleeale In this and article retail at for retail caiih, open .

restoration to health by Tanlac, lie provement in my condition. '1 noticed Miller, Feb. 18.-Roland Thomas the home of his aunt, Mrs. E. D. Mae Oliver, of Pine 11111, attendedB. credit on fit ciinalgnment. or In any manner It ,

aid: especially that I was not trou- spent the weekend with his son, Leon, Say Ips, who has been confined to her Y. P. U. here Sunday night. may lea Article I. ,
"About five I suffered bled with stomach after of New River.J. The amount of the capital aU..k shall ba 7.
years ago a any more sour
room for several days.A. Dave Green of Pine Hill, spent Sun- Fifty 1 Thousand Hollar, divided Into five hundred
general breakdown. My principal eating, which was a great relief."I L. Brown made a business tripto A. Crews, of Highland, was a day afternoon here with friends. abates of the par value of One Hundred r

trouble .was nervous indigestion. My kept on taking Tanlac until I Dukes Saturday. business visitor to Lawtey Saturday. I Mana and Leila Mae Andreu spent Dollar Dollar each.each The The said add capital capital took Pout may yam be W

appetite'was very poor and my food '' fully regained my health. My appe- Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Mrs. Wm. Thornton, of Starke visited Sunday with friends at Pine 11111. paid for wholly or In part with properly, labor
....1_ .1 such ...1... or alii. .. may
<0'
seldom agreed with me, and I had to I''I tite is splendid; I enjoy my meals Providence, visited relatives in this her daughter, Mrs. Sylvester Evan Hodge spent Sunday after- lie died by the board of director at a meeting +

live on a very restricted diet. I suffered and I do not find it necessary now to community Sunday. Prevatt, Saturday and Sunday noon here. called for that Article tninxme.I.

a great deal from headaches: take any laxative medicines of any Miss Casfiie Belle Brown, who is at. Mrs. Lois Galloway and baby returned Mr arid Mrs. '1. W. Pinholster, Jr.? Thla corporation shall .>lal perpetually a*

and dizzy spells; I had severe pains kind. I can sleep much better and tending the Lake Butler high school 'to their home in Tennessee last were in Lake Butler Sunday after. provided. by law. Article t.

a roes the small of my back and was am not nearly so nervous."I spent the week-end with homefolks. week, after spending a few weeks at noon. Th. bualnan of..this corporation; shall, be I 11
conducted by M .......Id"nt. on. or more vineprealdnt
Lad: !" constipated moat of the time. take great pleasure in recommending Seeber Stokes !spent last week with the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency, of Pine Hill, wait .. a ........t.", a treaaurer and a

In tact, I' was so weak and rundown Tanlac to anyone who needs his sister, Mrs. Eugene Douglass, of Charles Dinkins. in here Monday morning. not hoard more of director than nine.of not Th.Ira nfTlcea than of three aecrelaryand and.

T wiis'' not able to attend to my dj- a good system builder, or who suffers St. Augustine.Olson Mrs. H. V. Skipper, of Live Oak, Chesley Fogg, of Graham, was here treaaurer may lie held' by the *am. per- I
with stomach trouble. I have Thomas was a business vial- son.
ties."This was the guest of her daughter Mm. Saturday aftI'I noon. The officer' and dlreeuira shall he elected
condition made me very nervous recommended Tanlac to a great many tor to Starke Monday E. E. Burney, last week. The community cinema show show by the etoekholdcr. at the annual' mating to. I sIn

and I could not sleep at night. of my friends and am pleased to reach Miss Anna Belle Peeples, who is attending W; E. Torode was transacting business ed here Saturday, Monday and Tuesday lie held each. on year the at aeeond aurh Wednodey hour aa the In January b-I._

Frequently I would lie awake most all others by giving this statement for school at High Springs, contracted in Jacksonville first of the week. nights. mar to preaerllte be held,. on Until the the tilth.....nl..Unn day nf March.luzl. meetIng -. i'''.

night and was in that condition more publication." a case of measles, later developing Robert Dinklns was a vfsitor to R. A. Weeks and family spent Tues and until their iierenaora shall be qualified.

or less for five years. My physician Tanlac is Hold in Starke by F. L. into pneumonia but at this writIng Jacksonville Tuesday. day In Starke.The.lIterary. director' ... the and following shall conduct shall tie the the hualneaa officer of and th* f I

aid he could not do anything for me Turner.-Adv. she is slightly improved. Her James Starling and daughter visited club will hold its regular ; enrt. >ortlon t V.
I'realdent, L. A. t>avla
t many friends wish her a speedy re relatives in Jacksonville the Rlleh.Snd h
- --- Wednes meeting Friday evening at lat Vice I'rmlili'tit. N. T
-- covery. home of Vice Prealdent. J. T. Qulgler.Hecretary . \t
day. Mrs. Jno. Shrlver.
WATERMILLWatermill and Treaaorer, J. F!. Fntah
Raiford Brannen, of Lake Butler, '
Mrs. William Martin, of High The Brooker high school pupils THrectora. I.. A. ttevla. N T. Rlleh.. 1C: ft.ftfl 'I t
Mrs. W. E. Torode visitor gave
was a to eryf
spent Sunday afternoon with. friends Springs, is visiting her sister Mrs.D Matthew, J T. Qu'gley' R F. Ilemoreat.Article .
the sixth grade Valentine box Mon
Feb. 18.-Mrs. Rachel Jacksonville Wednesday. a fl. .:{
here.Mr ,.L. Clyatl of this community. of Indehtedneaa. of liability 1.
The hlgheat amount
day afternoon. St. Valentine
Prevatt of Graham is here on a visit Mrs IK R. Sapp was a visitor to was on i..,
and Mrs. Louise Goodge: of Eurie Brown has entered the Lake to which, the. corporation at any time
with her daughter, Mrs. Viola Thomas. Graham spent the weekend with Mr. Starke Wednesday hand and no one was slighted. may aulijeet. Itarlf shall. be Two Hundred andHriy
Butler school.
Ikdlan.Artlel.
I'and Mrs. Jack Goodge. Mrs A. A. Smith was a visitor to Rev. Ridenour will fill his appoint Thousand 7.
I H. G. Crawford was attending to of earn of the aiibcrlblng ,
ment here Sunday at the Missionary The n.m. and reeldenee
Mrs. J. H. Brown were Gainesville Friday.
Mr. and E. M. Hazen and A. B. Surrency, business in Lahe Butler Saturday. # iniuirroratora oft tbl eorporallon. torcther >
chopping in Brooker Friday .morning. of Pine Hill, were visitors in our sec Mrs. T. J. Terry visited relatives In Baptist church. with the number. of .he..... of the eaplal .3I
Denzil Thomas has returned home Fred Hazen and Hazel Warren attended sink aubanrllied for by each. of them *e,- .
attending Lake City last week.
of Brooker was
P. ,
A. Crosby, tion Sunday morning.Mr. rally follow II ,
after awhile with his sister .
to business In our section Sat and Mrs. A. II. Warren were spending T. J. Terry motored to Ft. White church at Starke Friday night. I ,, A. ....1., Olrle. 1"".., aharea .
Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of New River. Be lure and attend B. Y. P. U. next N T. Hlteh Plarke, Fl.., B hare, (,
urday. business visitors to Starke and Van Saturday. J T Qulgloy, Btarke. Fla K aharea, ,'
'
Earle Peeples made a trip to Providence FlaR .: S aharea.C l .
Sunday night J F. Killed Burke
Warren of Ziff Mrs. C. J. Teare visitor
Mr. and Mrs. Will derbilt Friday. was a to Fla.. aharea.aharea.. .
Sunday afternoon. fl Ma h fllarke. ;
pent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs Miss Alva Thomas of Vanderbilt Gainesville Friday. Dave Green of Pine Hill, was here I., C'. ::.it'fi, Fla.ft 2 fly.
Miss Elsie Stokes is visiting her Saturday afternoon. F. flemoreat Htarke. PI*., aT .h...... I
O. W. Thomas.RundownBlood. is home for a stay of several weeks. sinter Mrs. Eugene Douglass of St. Miss Eldredge' Reddish returned W. T. Week, Stark, Fla? '. shares. .t7\)
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis, of Ziff, Augustine, home from Highland Friday evening, New officers were elected Friday N.I.. T.A. RITCHJ. DAVIS r' ,(

pent Saturday night here with theformer's having finished her term of school.] afternoon at the Tip Top Literary society T QUIOMCY.:
Impoverished E. H. Douglass made a business tripto follows .1. F. FIITTH" '
Lane McLeod and ulster Misg Lena an : ,
daughters: ; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. P.. MAVniKWR.: ,
Lake Butler Saturday.
Richmond. Va.-"When I was a L. Green. of Steckert, visited relatives In Law I President, Ray Andreu. I,. fl POWFM/: 'g;t!;
I became all run-down. my blood Mrs. Charlie Edwards of Bradford '
Ctrl Vice President, Livingston Runs. Ron?. F. DFMORFST:
tey recently.J. :
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Jack Goodge was jn Brooker Satur WEEKS.Rtate .
waa Impove. W. T.
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -T.II. .
shed and J. McLeod visited relatives in Secretary, J.ottle Gainey. of Florida,

"l my complexIon day.We are.glad to report that O. W.ThomasI. . Rimes, Sunday. business visitor Steckert last week.A. Assistant Secretary, Ella Mae Hacen. Personally County of appeared Bradford.before me, U A, Davl. ,j. ,
became I B. E. Brown was a M. Blanchard returned home N. T. Rltch J. T. Qul..l .. J. T. Puts,. K.K. .
a sallow. I also somewhat improved at this : to Lake Butler Monday. Critic Lubndla I'lnhol ter. Matthew. I.. C. Powell, R. F. Demon J
1 sufferedfromindlges' writing. from Jacksonville last week where he and W. T. Week, who are wall known to rue I '
Algar Thomas was a visitor to Sergt at Arms Ophus Hariri]. to be the Individual deacrlbed In and who.
had been visiting for the three .
Misses Ruby and Gracey' and Reba Worthington Saturday. past subscribed" and executed. the foregoing charter .
tlon and con Brown were guests of Misses Creasy weeks.J. Program Commit, Pearl Shaw, and each acv rally acknowledged to andbefore '. '
e
stipation. I Mr. and Mrs. Noah Taylor, of Mana Andreu Ollie Kelly. me that he euber1hd and executed
H. Swartz having finished his ,
and Melbree Hodges Sunday after the eame for th* ue and purpoae therein. q
extreme Worthington Springs passed through
was a work in Jacksonville, returned to his sapreas.d. .
ly nervous noon. hero Sunday enroute to Ellisville. IN WITr/KSB WHEREOF I h.v. hereunto.
r:;:" and as mic Evan lodge and Tom Markey attended home lent week. Bet my hand and official el at Blark, Florida.
;I erable as prayer meeting at Dcdan Sun section J. S. Howard last week.T. of. Dukes, was in this Mrs. Louis Marr and Miss Mittie the' 14th day of January,.1CZ1.J. H .HITCH.

one could be when Dr. Pierce's CJoliln Padgett were visitors to Starke Fri. 1886 Notary. Public. State. of Florida
' Medical Discovery was recommended day.Mr. H. Rimes wax a recent visitor to Mr Cximmlaalon F.iplrea July It, 1.21.(11oo.11 .
to me. 1 took about four betties and Mrs. O. W. Thomas Mr. Lake Butler. day.Rev. 1.8I1-BWI....'
Pel 11. Warren made business i' Henry Ezelle, of Bryceville
'Pleasant
and 'some of the and Mrs. A. a ORDFR FOR PI7BI.ICATION
lets' with it. After taking these trip to Lake Butler Saturday.II. GRAHAM filled his appointment at the Methodist DAVISINSURANCE In Circuit Court rltate of Florida Rlghlb
i medicines I was in better health and church Saturday and Sunday. Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In h.n.l.aMIra .
Gainey of Brooker was In
I bad for several P. pry.
felt yearn better"-MRS.than C. N OLIVER. 908 our section one day last week. Graham, Feb. 18.-Blox Parrish, of John Andrews, Jr., was a visitor to Weed flraham Complainant

N. 27tb St. All druggists sell MedlI Mrs. Viola Thomas and children and Sampson, and Bob Jones, were in our Jacksonville Saturday VI I

I cal Discovery llqull: or tablets. Mrs. Rachel Prevatt attended the town; Monday. Supt. H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was Willie Henry Graham Defendant

meeting at Dedan Sunday. John Thigpen of Ziff business a business visitor' here Friday.G. It appearing by affidavit appended to the'
TONIC prayer was a
A L. Fulrh was trammeling business bill filed. In the' ._....1.1.... e.... that Willie -
visitor here Monday. STARKE Henry Graham the defendant therein named ,
ove'a Tasteless chill Tonic lesions BRADFORD Messrs. Math Wa dln Tom Mills in Starke Saturday.Rev. la a non.n.ld.nt of tIM atat ot Florida.
the and hl. realdnnee. I I. unknown, and .la ever the' f ,
and
E. J). preached at
orgy and Vitality by Purifying and Jim Reynolds were business visi- Boyer I ego of twenty-one year: It la Sharer-,
irichlng the Blood. When you feel Its Bradford, Fob. 18.-School closed Baldwin Baptist church last Sunday, rtffrrd that sold nrm-realdent. defendant be. and

.lengthening, invigorating effect see how Friday after a very successful term of When Your Farm Stock In Sick Look Miss Gladys Clayton,.of JVIacclenny, complaint I Is btiniby. required filed In sold to appear Ca.... to on the or bill before of 'i

brings color to the cheeks and how five months taught by Miss OllieMNo For Rate was the guest last week of her sister, MASTER'S BALE Monday, the 7th day of March. A. T>. Ittil '
Nolle I I. "'n", given that under and tip otherwlae" the legation of Bald hill will .betaken
improves the appetite, you will then Disease among farm animals don'tjust Mrs J. W. Barber.B. virtue of thaI certain dMree of fnreeliieure aa eonfeaeed; by adl defendant. ;
Appreciate tonic value. Worm In a Healthy Child happen. Rats are carriers of dangerous D. Browning was a visitor to made and entered by the. judge of the. Ctreult It la further ordered that thl order be
its true cholera Court Bradford County Florida, In Chanoery. publtahed once week for eight cona.eutlve j :;
oblldraa troubled with Worm have ao uahealtareniar. plagues-hog foot and I
rove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply All Jacksonville, Tuesday. on the Srd day of Feb. A, D. 1821. In f.... week In the Bradford County Telegraph a
in So .which Indicate poor Mood and ass mouth disease and that terrible of all visited of P. W. Alv.... a* complainant and agalnut newapaper publlahed In aald county and Hat.
on and Quinine suspended syrup. rule, then *> more or Im itornach dlMOftuoo. scourges-Bubonic plague. Farmers Louis Brown, of Wayeross, Ga., C. M. Dee, aa dofrndnnt the' undenlgnad. aaapeel Thus Denimber: 25. | 20. -
1 asant even children like It. The blooduJds GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC prep regularly his parents here last week. *! m..... will offer for dale In front ef W. T. WKFKS.Real : .
Purify It and IRON to "'two..du'ee"- ** will Mulch the Wood should throw around premises RAT the eourthoue done In fitark. Florida, duringthe ( ) Clerk Circuit/ Court '
QUININE to and tan pram thodUwUDO. "" sea aa*MralStraii4tb. SNAP. It's sure and safe. 8 sizes Miss Mackery was a visitor to Jack ' legal hour of Male on Monday. March Tat t By C. A. KNIGHT.
erich it. Destroys Malarial germ .......| rook tel tIM wboloirM.... Nator wUllh... 36c fine/ S1.2S. Sold and guaranteedby sonville Saturday. mi. to the' hlgheat and bet bidder for sail., Ueputy Clerk p
Invigor- .. ndlbeChlldwtllbo the rertbed pereonal elt- D. T KNIGHT
"rtp by Its Strengthening. throw off or dUpel theworm ; following property > \
germs la perfect ....Ida. Plwaut. to uk*. TV: per bouJ D. C. Jones, Starke.-Adv. Mrs C. R. Sapp was a visitor to uated hi Bradford County Florida olMltr, for Complainant' 12.81-101.9-4 I
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA.- FRIDAY._FEBRUARY_ _18, 1921,
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only be had. kind of world God would have' It to
Frastford County Telegraph POOR BLOODIS ', be." f .

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'" -. - .- THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND _- | L 4 ..
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Published weekly and entered as JUST LIKE I FIVE MILE Here' They Are"Doc" '
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second class matter, at the post The government: has under consideration -
the advisability of stopping the :I I Five Mile, Feb. 18.-Mr. and Mrs.D. ,/
office at Starke, Florida. I. Blume of Mr. and '., .
manufacture and sale of all proprietary SLOW POISON were guests
:,. = .-0 0..._ ___ __ "" 1
i medicines containing alcohol. It Mr George Williams Friday evening
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner would hurt'the general public greatlyto I Miss Norma Dekle entertained a Harvey's Minstrel -
LAZY AND
MAKES YOU FEEL
few friends Rook Friday'evening..
be deprived of'them, as they are at .
: "Ford hits pole," announce a head cheap and handy; and many of them DISCOURAGED YOU GET i I Miss Lucile Varnes! end brother, of '

line. This does not mean that Henry, are as good as the average doctor can NOTHING DONEPEPTOMANGAN Johnstown/were week-end guests of

i. Ford has become an Arctic discoverer, prescribe. Nobody would be benefit- PURIFIES their aunt, Mrs P. P. Dekle. .. I Men .-

only.J hat his cars are not equipped tad except those who write and lip.} i i :Mrs. Francis and nieces, Misses Sadie ,

with an attachment for climbing tele prescriptions, and it is believed by TONE UP YOUR BLOOD WITH IT. and Onie Gilbert were guests of .

phone poles.According. some persons that these interests are NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE relatives and friends here Saturday Under the auspices and for the benefit of the Woman's Club of(

prompting the government to cause WITH RICH, RED BLOOD Miss Hattie Dukes entertained a Starke at theSchool
to the Eustis Lake Reg "patent" medicines to be abolished.. IN YOUR VEINS few friends at Rook Saturday afternoon ...
ion, geologists have-teen busy in ;Lake In a poor family, living far from a in honor of Misses Sadie and t

county. One of their "finds" was a bed doctor and a drug store, half a dozen The man or woman or the child witha Onie Gilbert. Auditorium; Wednesi i
of stone coal, and another was a bed members may have different com sickly-looking Marcus Dekle, Ardell ,Drawdy, Misses ,
complexion, a pale
of charcoal. When there is so much plaints of the common kinds at the face has blood that is filled withpoison. Mae Duke, Lucille Varnes and
wan 23rd
day February
caloric producing matter in the same time. The remedies are at hand Instead of rich red blood Norma Dekle attended a candy pullat 8:3jO p.m..
ground, no wonder Lake county has in bottles on the mantel shelf., They the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wa
their veins I
coursing through they are / i
4 so many "warm babies. The next have been bought cheap; But if these trying to get along with blood that is ters. They report a pleasant time.

"find" will probably be a deposit of medicines could not be obtained, what weak and thin. It doesn't carry life- *Messrs.A.. E. Proctor, Henry Shal- PROGRAM i
frround-up sawgrass, ready for the paper would tar A. R. Dekle, Misses Marshall
the head of the family do, as he giving qualities through the body. I'
a' mill. would not be able to procure'them You see those men and women every Proctor, Ruby Phillips and Mary Bo- PART 'ONE l

The alck ones would have to drag rum, of Lake Batler,were guests! of
tired. Their shoulders
day. They are so Interlocutor
The great profit derived from poul- Mr. and'Mrs. P. P. Dekle Friday ,
along as best they could, and perhapsdie droop. They slouch. It is1 all even- }
try raising should stimulate '
every home-made l MR. NEWTON ROSS
or remedies, made of
they can do to get around. ing.Mr.
farmer to produce more poultry andeggs. and Mrs. T. J. Dukes the
barks, roots and herbs, steeped in were
As soon as you begin to feel that Introduces
One of the best feeds known I v
I "moonshine" applied.' guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke
for egg production is sunflower aeeds. Most of the proprietary medicinesfor way take Pepto-Mangan, the well- Sunday afternoon. Chorus Entire
Opening
known blo tonic. It will clear away Company
The sunflower here luxuriantly | {
grows internal use contain alcohol, for Mrs. D. .Blume left Saturday fora
and the seeds are easily saved. While this substance is necessary to dissolve the poisons and make your blood rich visit with relatives in Vero. A Little Story Bob Demorest I

t the latter are maturing the flock may the solid ingredients and to preservethe with Pepto-Mangan red corpuscles.is prepared in both Misses Josephine Blume and Mae "Save Your Money John"Some Pete Canova
be turned in among the plants, to pickup mixture from deterioration. And Duke were guests of Miss Norma De-
the ripe seeds that fall from the liquid and tablet form., One,has the
kle Sunday. Nonsense Roscoe McLane
must not, after all, the prescriptionfiller same medicinal 'value as the other.
flowers. also Mrs. B. L. Duke Monday with
use alcohol for the same spent
Take kind But be '
w reasons T either you prefer. Mrs. II. S. Long. All She Could say was "Umph Huh""Me Harold Wall
The ..Time. Union editorial writer sure you get the genuine Pepto-Man
-
1 has lately been accused by one partyof The people have stood much foolishness gan-i"Gude'a." The full name"Gude's G. D.. Faircloth, Sr., of Lake Butler and My Bear" "Doc" Harvey
c'' business visitor here Sat
but was a
they would not stand for ,
being -Britian, while another : Pepto-Mangan, should be. on -
pro the one proposed.If there are alco- urday. "Sweet Daddy"Nobody's Nat Stemberg

party raves at him for being anti- holic nostrums, sold under the guiseof the package.-Adv. W. II. Dowling, of Lake Butler, is ; Business
has But My Own" Roscoe McLaneA
British. Times-Union
The man '
medicines but really intended for the guest of his daughter, Mrs. B. L. I
pany'and had a good job. Their mart,
expressed himself not in favor oft .
as intoxicants, they should be weeded Duke, this week. Bad Dream Nat Sternberg
rigid life wawtiappy from the start ana
of
the Klux
Ku movement, yet
onq out; but the people's friends the tried M .M. Hale, of Little Springs, and
, their little home was one of the moat
these days some one will bob and "Room No. 202"
, up '
: "Doc"-Harvey
accuse him of being in favor of the and true proprietary medicines! shouldbe delightful spots in I the whole world. Mr. Russell, of Worthington, were ,

I .:,\; Klan A considerable percentage of let.alone.., .. But two years passed and no children here D. I.on Blume business atended Saturday.services -at Lit- "Oh Death Where is Thy Sting" Powell Carpenter"I'll

'il s' the mental"reading strabismus.public" is troubled' with ADMITS ADOPTING CHILDREN came appointed., and .Eva May was bitterly dis tle Springs church Saturday and. Sun- Love You Just the Same Sweet Adeline" Leo Canova

: AND PALMING QFF AS OWN "Like myself, she had a great desire day.Charlie Closing Chorus Entire Company
Cone, of Midway, John ,
The sixteenth biennial report of the for children. But through 'it all ,J'
Florida department of agriculture has Husband Thought the Five Children she loved her husband devotedl-ju.t Smith, of Lulu,' and Mr. Scaff, of Lit- '

Were His Until Told tihe'sald. tle Springs, were buslnesl'visitors CHORUS -
been issued. It is a very interesting ,as devotedly as-1 love mine!
here
volume and it should be in the hands Strange, seemingly unreal and with' Monday. Doc
Atlanta Ga.Fb. i Harvey, Roscoe McLane, Powell Carpenter, Pete; Canova,
of ,every farmer. Every phase of 14.-Mrs. Eva out precedent in the'nnals of,Jack-
( Florida farming is discussed and new May Swain, daughter of' Mrs. Alice sonville is a little story of denied LAKE BUTLER Kirk Lewis, Newton Ross, Leo Canova, Jimmie Haynes, Willie

processes described. An especially the South, admitted to representatives of motherhood and maternal craving being -,1 I,'l Lake Butler, Feb. 18.-Osgood Green Stringfellow, Harold Wall, Bob Demorest Nat Sternberg, Bert

valuable article is the one by H. A. Georgia board of public welfarein slowly fabricated, in. a little of Pine Hill was a visitor here Thurs- Wall
,
Mahood, of Ralford.-'Pasturel and Jacksonville yesterday that she ;tage at 604 East Third street.. cot-I .. ..
the dairy industry in Florida. Com had followed in the footsteps of her Mrs. Willis H. Swain, daughter day.Jim
Brown, of Miller, motored to
;; r missioner McRae has his heart in mother in adopting a number of chit I Mrs. E. A. South, of Atlanta, town Monday.J. PART TWO ,

his.work and much of the agricultural dren as her own, and that she obtained few. days ago startled that city with I I
I
S. Howard
of Dukes, motored to Leo Canova selected
them from in Atlanta To be
progress In the state is due to the some one according I la I story of having taken eleven chil Lake Butler Tuesday morning. I

i information given out from his, office this to announcement" made hereearly dren from a maternity hospital there Mr. Merritt, of New River was a |."Doc" Harvey Some Local Satire
morning by officials of the
the of fourteen-
during
course years
, I I I
, Not'< all Armenians are destitute and Georgia commission. : and of having led her husband 'to be visitor to Lake Butler Monday. Miss Anna Canova h' d Song and Xylophone Ii'' ,
W.
'I C. T. U. met in regular session I ,
. oppressed. A news item from Paris Her admission followed, the statement ] lieve that they were his offsprings, Monday afternoon. Nat Stemberg Topics of The -
relates that the other day an Armen Saturday of Mrs; South that the said that her daughter, Mrs. Swain, l|I Ardell Day ,
Drawdy of Five Mile
was a
tan','oil magnate spent $120.00oforhelping children from the St. Mary's mater ,had practiced the same deception on visitor here Friday. Comedy Quartette Stcrnberg, Ross, Demorest, Harvey
a" his wretched countrymen'Not nity hospital, where the'Atlanta woman her husband.
I I R. M. Price of Jacksonville
spent
so you could notice it. It was only obtained eleven babies, includingtwo I I Mrs. Swain yesterday refused to the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. D. PART THREE, <.
i for a dinner. Among other unheard I sets of twins and triplets, that I either admit or deny the truth of the' F. '

e of extravagances was an artificial lake she aided her daughter in her scheme'statements.'!I Her husband, who. Until / Floyd.Brown XOscar .J After piece
I and father of Worthington
e composed of 0,500; gallons of champagne and that the father was not'yet aware I I a year ago, was employed as an elc rl- were visitors to Lake Butler

: in which a number of stage of the fact that the children were not. clan by the Consolidated Engineering Monday. Oscar has shipped his house "TOODLE LOODLE CHARLIE" .
.
his
t f, beauties,,costumed like Eve, bathed own. Company, and now conducts a pro hold goods to Jacksonville where he '

to the delectation of the guests. None u When confronted with this into duce business with his wife, said that will make his home. ,I' ,Cast

will be sorry if the Turks and bol-, mation, Mrs. Mitchell, head 'of J.he he had always been under the improesion j Rev. B. D. interesting "
Major preached an
tthevists, on learning this news, "act hospital, stated that the young ones that the children, that is, all of sermon Sunday morning and Doctor Killum Bob Demorest (-
did not come fro mher hospital, refused them with the of that
+ accordingly. exception one Charlie. Newton
evening at the club Ross
room.
to either affirm or deny the truth been
adopted at a local maternity j'j'Jlad -
:. Mrs. Roscoe Milton of Jacksonvilleis
The Bradford County 'Telegraphsays of the assertions of mother or daugh | hospital, were his own. guest her Kittie Anna Canova
II.1 a parents, Mr. and MrsF
it noticed in some'Florida papersix ter. ( lie admitted that his wife had goneto M. Rivers, this week. Jake "Doc"
' editorials that have been copied Mrs. South refused to talk to news Atlanta on every occasion before i Harvey
j Leman Rivers
Mrs.
Roscoe Milton
from the Times-Union or from something paper, men Sunday night,."Ask Mrs. |I a child was to be presumably born to aAd Miss Georgia Epperson motored'

!i, the T. U. had said. We might Swain for any information you want.She's her. lie could hardly bring himself to Starke
Monday morning |
,have plead guilty ourself if the Tele the one most interested now," to believe that his wife had deceived I Sheriff Epperson and W.: W. Bals-I - - - -, - .

graph hadn't said "six editorials." she said. "Father" South also refusedto him, but added that even though she den, of Starke, motored to'Lake Butler - his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S, S. Alachua with Mr. Mc&eij,

That let us out. Our boss man will be interviewed. *'I don't know anything had he ,still loved her and felt that Monday Proctor, Monday evening. I Mr. and !Mrs T. H. Rimes were visitors

give a certificate that he has never about it," he tated. whatever she did she did so believing j t Rev. Proctor filled his appointmentat Preston Williams, of New River, to Lake Butler Saturday.Dr. .

r yet been able to get that many out of News dispatches from Jacksonville she was in the right. ', Antioch Saturday and Sunday. motored to town Monday.Mr. J. E. Maines made a professional -

I us-for a single issue. And we can indicated that Mrs Swain was 'retl- ,Mrs. South, of Atlanta who told Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile, visited Turner, of New River, made a trip to Worthington Springs Friday

tt swear if we ,had ever written that rent regarding the alleged adoption of how her daughter, failing to have children -I business trip here Monday. evening. '

many for one .issue the publisher the children which she is said to have by natural. means had taken five i I Mrs. B. P. Wilson,of Ocala, is visiting A daughter was born to Mr. and

wouldn't have printed them.-Gaines obtained on several occasions during ;children from a foundling asylum and SOUR STOMACH friends in Lake Butler this week. Mrs; Kinney Townsend
-
4i' ville Sun. But no one would ever accuse extended visits to her mother here. "I ,' had raised them as her own, leading1' ] Miss Mae McKinney left Friday for Friday evening

the editorial writer of the Sun have notified the Children's Home Society her husband to believe tHat ,they had Ft. Pierce, being called to the bed- I Casper Duncan

of,going away from home for brains of Florida, and have given them.been born to her in the course of six INDIGESTION i side of her brother, Joe McKinney, with his parents. spent the: week-end

the names of the children, where they years, said: who was shot in the face and eyes. I I Pitt Tomlinson I
Those who are in the habit of swat< were born and who their parents are," j "The world would be much better Miss Frier has returned from Rochelle in this is visiting friends
town week.
lowing open-mouthed every assertion was,all she would say. I off it a million mothers would follow Ite&orfr Ga., after several days visit i D. W
Black-Drautbt Hithlj Borum spent Sunday with his
made by pseudo scientists, now believe The Florida organization notifiedthe the example set by me and my daughter ; ; with her mother. l

i that a French savant has discovered Georgia welfare board. Secretary I ," when she admitted that her RecommtBo'ed by a Tennessee I One name belonging to the improvement I family Russell, '
Varnes
a process by which the sex of un Burr Blackburn was out of the city, I[ daughter had also presented her hus- Crocer for Troubles Re- committee of the Woman's Clubwas visitor to Lake of Johnstown, wasa

born children may be controlled. and while correspondence is believed band with adopted children, giving omitted in last week's issue, the Sunday. Butler Saturday and

"13 There are things the Everlasting: has to contain the name of the Institutionfrpm I him five, including two pairs of, twins tukiq. from Torpid full committee 'being Mrs. R. E. Dell I i'I
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set His canons against: and among which they came, the assistant and! keeping him In ignorance of the Liver. t, Mrs. Seeber King and Mrs. p, !M. Pad- Prof. Schell, of Raiford, spent the

them is the control of sex of children secretary could not reach her files at 'fact that they were not his own. i i gett. Under this committee camphor week-end with homefolks.

or animals. Scientists are exceedingly an early hour this morning. The FlorIda ) Mrs South said that her daughter; trees were set at Dekle cemetery. I The Ward Waters Trio will be"in
.'r vainglorious: and will often sacrifice I society was acting for the Georgiaboard. .had' East Nashville Tenn. I Lake Butler
come Atlanta to have her children The efftoftncr Math Dukes and sister, Miss Hat- Feb. 23 and give a first
truth if thereby they gain momentary I "born" there. she of Thedford's Black-Draught class entertalnment'at
At Atlanta the tie, of Five Mile, were guests of their the high school
fame. Their statements should When confronted Saturday with'mesfeagf'B said, the children were taken from the genuine, herb liver medicine, it sister, Mrs. Bill Stuart, Friday. i building 1, beginning at 1:30: p. m., under

n not be implicitly believed until corro- concerning her daughter'salleged I same 'maternity ,hospital from which Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons I Oscar Golden, ,of Valdosta, was in the auspices of the Woman's Club

l borated by others, though that of sex secret addition of children, I she obtained the eleven with which for grocer of this city. "It is without town during last week. Come and help make this a success.

' control being possible may as well be Mrs. South said. "Their marriage was j fourteen years she fooled herd own 'doubt the best liver medicine and I't J. E Harper, of Nachula is at home Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and

rejected at once as a silly humbug. true, nnd it's another story or mother I husband.. drat believe I could get along without for a few days this week. v' daughter: Mrs. G. A. _Andreson, of

t; love. My daughter grew tired of lav- I "My daughter Inherited her great' Jt I take It for sour stomach, head l j I|! Misses Norma Dekle and Lucile i Starke, attended the cemetery.work
The young man who drew the "un- Inning her affections on a house full cache bad llrer indigestion ing ,
love for children from me, and I'm awfully and all Varnes spent the week-end Tuesday.
ployment map" for the Chicago Tri I of poodle dogs, and I helped her to other troubles with Mr.
that
' j glad of it, asserted Mrs. South ,, are the result oi end Mrs. P, p. Dekle, of Five Mile. Thud) Carter was' a visitor here on
, bune, first colored<< black a few of the secretly: obtain her babies and give 'Neither of us Is one bit sorry for a torpid liver. i, Messrs. A. E. Wednesday.
eastern and central northern states! 'birth to them in home. I I "I have Proctor, Harry Loller -
my
what we have done. We know that we known and used It for years, : Romeo Dekle and John BlellinR, of Providence,
Misses Marshall motored
as well tis one Pacific state-the areas Mrs. Swain is the only daughter of have committed and and can and do highly recommend to
I no wrong, we arc It Proctor, Ruby and Lake Butler Monday:
In blac kindlcating unemployment i inits Mr. and Mrs. South and is to Phillips Mary Bo-
now thirty every one. won't .
just aa positive that we have done co to bed without rum attended James Adklns of New
worst stage. But he wasn't s tis- four years old Just fifteen It la the the party given at the River, mo-
years quite a bit toward making this the ;: house. It will do all II home of Mr. and Mrs. tored to Lake Butler Monday.
"fled; It made the map look top-henvy younger than her mother. claims to do. I can't say enough foi P. P. Dekle on G. W. Alderman

so 'he colored Florida black, too, to In 1909 she was married to George"e, What Mrs. Brenninger, of New York. t"I I Friday Bob evening. tored to Lake Butter, of Starke 'mo,

y1: preserve the balance. In reading the I PeW machinist, of Richmond, Va.1, I II Says About Rat Poison Many other men and women through- Green of Brooker, was a visitor Monday.

L. article on unemployment, elucidated I Mrs. Sout hsaid. "Their marriage was "Tried preparations that kill rats, I oat the country have found Black A.here Monday. i --NOTICE

by the map, one will not find Floridaeven an utter failure and after four yeara abut RAT SNAP is the otiliy one that Draught Just as Mr Parsons descrlbelvaluable E. Proctor visited Sapp station .locUJif matter.J the ." or Cr w..

r mentioned. Florida Is like they separated. No children had prevents disagreeable odors after kill In regulating the liver te Tuesday. cESIjJ0"' .. .....,* '?'10'the next of kin of J. C.

g ; ''u bee hive just now. i Work ,on residence blessed their home.. ing. Also like RAT SNAP because it Its normal function, and In cleansing j I Mrs. Preston Williams, of New River onnot-n f'lortd., and" CU'othenfwho' iItt may

:' A building, d drainage, land clearing "Eva 'May promptly obtained a divorccjfimd comes in handy cakes, no mixing with Iothorlfond. I tie bowels of impurities.Tbedford's I visited her son Saturday JrJlSr ?, are hereby notlflod that four weeks l

i planting and cathethig and ship1wing one yeftp later;Jn 1914, she You don't have to dirty Black.Draught liver i Mrs lva T, Sprinkle an$ 'lion, Henry lit.lluVwBr"f ifpplfor Publication admlnletratlnn h.rMf on and hlo their a.-'
wifeW your hands, its: the best: for householduse. medieia of Roddick! spent th.k.Iveek i.TliL.pl! >0Jnt corns creditor of J. 0-
: produce, :road building:, etc., became the Willis P. Swain, of ." 'VTry RAT SNAP. Three sizes Ik the orljloil and only genutn ': -ondi C lit tenon to "mnr an
keeps every worker busy, and more Jacksonville was an electrician 35c, (15c,' ;$;t.25. Sold and guaranteed Accept no Imitations' or'subetitntea'i with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C the mm,, u may .fc, nutboriMd br !....

,r. men would be employed if they could for the construction .engineering com- by ID. C. ,Jones, Starke, Fla.Adv.. ; Always ask for Tbedford's. 11.g Townsend. COUnty l1ated oJud. of aradfmd;' GR1CI5N Count*.. Flold..
C. A. Savage has accepted work in 1921. this rah cleF of J-18-Bt-S-ll.February. A. D.

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-- t support. But pen'nl"; disposed to -Rome (N.,Y.:) Times.At ., ward for Information by James' Kite Very' ,desirable location for man 'I

thievery have it all their own way hi Starke. 2-11-21 I with school children. 160 aer'i farm ,
officer and ninety miles eight miles north of Lake Vatlor on -
Starke with only one night !
FOR SALE-Hie type Poladhi;; Lake UuUer-Oluntee road. ( cf
60.aerea
Drove Edward Shawn q
turned off at 1 The ;
a. m.
Bits of LocalInformation dj; the light which the order of The motor stopt hogs, bred to son of Herlonjr't Big 'I;, under cultivation and lender good
bold robberies are
Model. See M f. Brown, at Abstract -, fence. Good buildings'and within t
the day in Florida, should make us But Ed kept on. office, SUrke. l-U-U. fifty yards of chool. Will cell for
II :' cautious, no use to lock the stable door -Little Falls (N. Y.) Times. cash or on easy terms or will rent >

after the horse has been stolen. We CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for" to suitable tenants: Must act quickly. -

have banks, the postoffice and other Under the sod prices and chip your tie of aU Apply Jno. \J Smith Lake But-
t* Omr froft ..* .* f burglars. Lies Deacon Hale; .- Trades to GrM Manufacturing Co., Irr Bank. 2-ll-tf i '
P.a/rw .. M. cn.... ..*Taw. 7 I places that would tempt Jacksonville Florida. 8-5-20-lyr' .
Jl Let us increase the watch after dark lie winked and drank ,

and let the lights shine all night. Some "ginger ale." Colds: Influenza .
. ; I rORSALE: -Georgia raised runner CausUrlp and 5
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N. Y.
r I -Utica ( ) Press '
(", .' --- peanut aped, 90 cents per bushel LAXATIVE:VKKf 1O QUININE Tibk-M veroov. ttw 1
};: E. R. Poppell has gone to Lake CIGARS-If you smoke cigars,why CITY COUNCIL MEETING White Spanish, PC per pound, f. o. canoe. Tarn it only Obe1"1A1n&.** M
the best. Call for GARCIA Here he sleeps '. b. Lake Park Ga. Quality K.W CWUI S ..'''''...e.*-on bnx. 8t.
Wales, where he Is in business.. I not get guaranteed -
i de ORA, lOc, at all dealers. A mild The city council met in regular ses- One Johnny Tounker; or money refunded. F. M. .

Mrs. L. A. Davie spent Monday in full Havana Filler. 2-4-tf. ion Feb. 7, with the following members lie rounded a turn < 't White & Son. 2-11-81 I

Jacksonville with friends i present: D. C. Jones chairman, Without a honker Income Tax Returnsa

!I James Walsh, traveling horse deal- S. A. Bryan, J. F. Colley, J. W. White. Johnson City Record. FOR SALE-N. C. or Florida
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Mrs. A. M. Pettit had as a week J I er of Atlanta,'is in Starke with a Minutes of last meeting were read need peanut We offer for prompt J Specialty "
large number of good horses and and approved. This monument's -' acceptance and cash with l.
end Mra. Powell of Jackson
guest, | mules to sell or trade. His big encampment Bonds of A. S. Crews treasurer, For Jackson Druck; N. C. or Florida Runner need pea Two in Government Service.
vine I' bushel 1t1) years
nuts at $1. ((4c: per
is located on the Peggy"Y and C. A. Knight, tax assessor, ap his LUzie was lighter per
put up In new sacks f. o. b. Lowell, Charge quoted
on application.r
,' in the southern part of town. I proved. Than the truck. .
Mrs. R. P. Mattox of Jacksonville Fla. II. T. Hall Co., Lowe'. !, Fla.
Report of bond trustees for January ...:.Scran toman.
is here visiting her mother, Mrs. D. Before buying peanut seed see L. ordered filed.Reports 17tf. -- Hollis T. Pope

C. Chase, Sr.Auto A. Duncan Co. Lake Butler Fla. First and collector in
of city treasurer Down the creek AGENTS WANTED-Lafly' or gentleman 425 Graham Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla. ;
class seed at 95c,per bushel of 25 for the month of January ap Sleeps Jerry Bass; *. agent wanted in the city: of

tops and 'auto painting. M. pounds. 1-28-41. proved and ordered filed. The bridge was narrow Starke:: to sell the genuine J. R. f!!

Leviton, Starke. a 1119tf. Ordinance No. 109 was passed, being ; lie tried to paaa.WilkesBarre. Watkins medicines, spices, extracts, See I
Monday I .
some ill-disposed set
person an ordinance to amend Section 182 Times-Leader. toilet preparations, etc. All or I
Get your strawberry: tickets in timeat fire to a stack of pine blocks, owned i
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of the codified ordinances of the town spare time. A wonda/f opportunity G. C. Driggers
this office. by Cooper & Snellgrove, on the east of Starke. I to get In business for yourself.
aide of the track. The :fire was discov- Write today for free particulars
The payroll was approved and scrip : LAKE BUTLER FLA.
Last Friday afternoon W. A. Scott ered in time and the blacksmith shop was ordered drawn in payment of bills ] and sample. J. R. Watkins Co., 61 ,

closed: a successful term of school at| nearby was saved, though the blocks presented. I rENT-A-WDRD Memphis, Tenn. 211.21 Agent ".
were total loss.
a
Vanderbilt. C. A. FUTCH FOR SALE OR RENT-80 acre farm VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS i
Clerk. four mile south of Lake Butler at
I L. L. King showed the Telegraphsome ( all kind of' Tombitoce and Monunents. J
Chickens and eggs wanted by J. F. junction of Lake Dutl r-Worth nil-: For .
beautiful hunting trophies in ton and Starke-Dukes roads. 40 4
Kickliter. METHODIST'
2-18-tf postal card addressed to me
the way of skins of ring-necked pheas FOR SALE-Kentucky bred mare, 8 acres under cultivation and under

CoL A. Z. Adkins made-a business I ants, which he shot while in New Sunday school-, 9:45: a. m. yean of age. D. E. Knight, Stark., wire fence. Good nilldlnnVnnd: 'at Lake Butler Fla., will brine me to i''

trip to Tallahassee the first of the York state. The. kins are in excellent Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Fla 1-28-tf.: within twenty yards of Bchoolhoune. your door with information and prices., :
preservation and when tastefully
week. I Epworth League, 6:45: p. m. FOR SALE 6,000 stalks green Simp
I mounted will make valuable and pleas Rev. T, A. Matthews centenary son cane, field run.. A. Z. Adkins,

Mrs. Meda E. Miller, of Palatka, ing ornament secretary, will be here Thursday, 17th, Starke. 2-ll-tf,

spent the week-end with. Mrs. W. E. at 7:30: p. m., to give stereopticon THE J. P. CARTER CO.
have
H. L. moved
Hough and family
Middleton.Be views of the centenary work. The FOR SALE-Ford touring car, re-
back to Dunnellon, much to the regret I public is cordially invited to be pres- built, with :starter, at ,a bargain.Smith's ,
of friends here. Mr. could not NAYLOR GA. :.
and Hough Methodist Garage. 2-11-21
sure get a ticket for the I ent. No collection. At ,
minstrel Feb. 23rd.Mr. .. Express Agent A. P. Hoffman has church. s!,
returned from his annual vacation, FOR SALE-Several good horse and
,,J. C. DIGGS,
.' and Mrs. Silas Kite and children spent on his property near Seminole, Pastor. mules, also three Jersey cows, fresh QUOTE AS FOLLOWS: ill

have returned from a two weeks Pinellas county. In his absence E. B. See E. J. Dowling, Hampton, Fla. ,."
2-11-SSt' North Carolina variety Georgia-raised Seed Peanuts .tv
visit with relatives in Tampa.et Morgan has had charge of the express IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF ;
office, and while the work has kept RUFUS REDDISII - --- Florida- -- Carlots, 3 1.4 cents, small lots 3 l-2c per pound. j "3'

a house for rent that was large him very busy, he has discharged his I FOR nuts SALE, <4 cent.- a/pound! runner, cash seed with pea-order Corn in Shuck, 80 pounds to bushels, $1.00 a bu. h

enough for his family, and had to re- duties to the satisfaction of all. Another home and many hearts .. Henry Summers, R. F, D. 1, Peanut Hay, carlots, $22 per ton. : 1,

turn to hit former home in Dunnel- have been saddened by the >death at Lutu, Fla. 2.112t Northwest Georgia Cane Syrup 5O yenta per gal.; '. '
lon. Special reduction on Ralston Rufus Reddish, 22 Rufus t
age year. Ion by the barrel lots.
or car .
Shoes at Slernberg's.Don't His walk of lif. *
was an exception. BARGAINS IN USED AUTOMO '
I Velvet Beans $25 per ton, car lots. :
Classy millinery at remarkably were pure -indeed. No pen describesthe BILES-Essex Runabout, Oldsmo- ,
low prices at Sternberg's. forget to call on L. A. Duncan greatness of a person so dear. He bile Six, touring, Ford, touring, '
I Co., Lake Butler, for your nice t, '
had been under medical treatment for with starter. Smith's Garage. It TERMS CASH
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mattox and Mrs. I bushel Florida of peanut 25 pounds.seed, price 95c 1284t.per two years or more for cancer and everything 1 '

Louise Embry, of Jacksonville, spent I that. earthly aid tnd assistance FOR RENT-Two flats, upper and kr r

the week-end here with relatives and I to restore him to health was lower . V"
I Those who are impatient with our each comprising 4 rooms and -- --
friends. chamber of commerce' for not doing done but nothing seemed to do any bath/: Furnished or unfurnished. D. /

anything, are asked how do you know I good towards improving his health. E: Knight, Starke. 1-28-tf I
Garcia de'' Ora Perfecto Grande '
I they are inactive? May they not, like His suffering was greater than can .
size, tOe at all dealers. 24tf. I be he bore'It without TAKEN UP rFour GENERAL INSURANCE
Providence, "move in a mysterious expressed but a sows, one male Ms

I' way, their wonders to perform T" Besides murmur, nor did he complain. hog marked swallow fork and under
:Mrs. R. and children
E. Poppell returned I I 'it is only about six months since Thursday night, Dec. 2, 1920 he bitt, staple fork. Owner can have HAROLD C. WALL
from Lake Butler
Sunday the organization was started, and departed this life. Rev. Kelly con- by paying expense G. C. Lee,
where visited her :Mr. I
they parents 'nothing; can be expected in such a ducted the funeral services and a Starke, ;Fla. 2-18-St STARKE FLORIDA I
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and Mrs. H. Tomlinson.
I short time. ,Don't be unreasonable. large congregation of sorrowing rel

datives t and friends attended, after LOST-Male hog, large size, black FIRE LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE" .
The strawberry shipments are In- : THE REVIVALThe I which his body was laid to rest in with white list, marked crop: under ,
creasing daily, 150 bushels being the bit in both Re- I
--- I Dyal cemetery He belonged to the and upper' daily for this week. Prices : -- "
average: revival services which have Primitive Baptist church and was the 1
satisfactory! gone 'In at the Baptist church for the pride of the' home in which he was INCOME TAX RETURNS I Is'"

past two weeks will end tonight (Fri reared. I ,. U tNt M
Remember when you send in your A deputy revenue collector will be ,
day). The boy singer, who has returned I A FRIEND.
remittance for subscription that the I in Starke on March 3rd 4th and 5th 'jf
to Starke, sang last night and making their
is I to assist- person in up f
Telegraph now $2 per year. :I
will also sing tonight. No one should THE STATESMANThe income tax returns for the year 1920. I

neglect to attend the closing service |1 __ 1 The tax Is due this time not'later than
Dr. and :Mrs. O. L. Haynes and chic
Revds. Law and Henderson have statesman throws his shoulders I March 15th, and this is the only time : 1i

dren, Sara Hope and Georgia, motor- conducted the! most effective revival back and straightens our his tie, I that a deputy will be in ,Starke priorto 41

ed to. Lake Geneva Thursday and ever held in .Starke, there have been j i And says, "My friends, unless it rains the time for making payment.
spent the day with Mrs. Haynes' par several additions to the church and It. the weather will be dry." Those who wish assistance with their ,
ents, .:Mr. and Mrs: McLauren. returns should bear the dates in mind. tl
I will )pe of lasting good. The earnest- : And when this thought Into our brains .

ness of-these gentlemen, whose only has percolated through, 2112t.
Buy your peanut seed from L. A. is souls has been recognized We common people nod our heads and the

I object to save
Duncan Co., Lake Butler, Fla. 95c per The Junior Rod Cross Starke ,
bushel. l-28-4t and appreciated. i loudly cry, "How true!I" elementary school, which has as its t '

chairman Miss Olive Ray, have been j.i"
Mr. and Mrs. F., H. Lone and little HENCE THOSE TEARS The statesman blows his massive nose I recently interested in bringing offerings -

daughter, Lois, .motored to Sanford and clears his august throat, to help the starving children of I Money By Wire"To ;
Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. E. Visitor (comforting Tommy, -who And says, "The ship will never sink so I Europe. Last week they sent $15 for I I.
K. Perryman. has upset a bottle of ink on the new long as it's afloat.YrWhereat this purpose to the Red Cross headquarters '

carpet)-''Never mind, my boy; no we roll our solemn eyes, applaud -I in Atlanta The juniors are get money there*quickly and to tho '..

Standard the best use to cry over spilled milk. !' with main and might: also interested in correspondence: with I ,
patterns are I both instructive right is often vital.WESTERN
Northern schools, which is person .
-get them at Sternberg's. Tommy (Indignantly)-"Any dunce And slap each other on the back, the I and amusing to the children.
would know that. If it's milk tbat'II'"pillet while we say, "lie's right, I '
Runner peanut seed, grown at Red-
Mrs. Nelle Hughes: who has been all you have to do is to call the' I dick, ,Fla. These peanuts are first UNION ::1':1'I

visiting her mother, Mrs. S. L. Ham- cat an' she'll lick it up cleaner'n ,anything The statesman waxes stern and warm, class, solid seed. Price OOc: per bushel '

rick, left Tuesday for Washington :. But this ain't milk, an' moth- his drone becomes a roar, of 25 pounds. L. A. Duncan Co., Lake Money Transfer M

where she will resume her work in the erll do the lickin', Is what ails me." He yells, "I say to you, my"frl'ndll; putler, Fla. 1-28-41. ..v

internal revenue department. -Baptist Boys and Girls. that two end two makes four!" "

And thereupon our doubts dissolve, Pile Cured la 6 to 14 Day is the quickest, surest safest means to .

'Warner's Corsets and brassieres -. BREAKING AND ENTERING our fears are put to rout, DraDdlfits refund motif T If PAZO OINTMENT fall! '
lort.rf lulling j hllnd 'I lra at Sternberg's. ---- And we agree that here's a man who ,i-llcv\ Irchtnit POWs and you can; money any purpose:
Petty Thieving Common in Starke of knows what he's about.

G. W. Alderman has had repairs Late -The Christian Advocate.LITTLE For accommodation of our customers I '

made. to his fine residence on North citizens -- and the public handling
I WANT YOUR generally we are
Walnut street, the premises have Several have lIuft'er'ed SONGS OF SAFETY FIRST!' ,
the from the depredations of thievesof I "Western Union Transfers.
been thoroughly: cleaned up and Money ;
shade trees trimmed. late. Among them are W. L. Wall, Lies slumbering here i I Green and Red

from whose residence food was stolen One William Lake; .. ,

J. M. Truby, Archibald Johns and He heard the bell \
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...;' '., Catarrh; Col. A. S. Crews. Col. Crews' residence But had no brake, SEED CANESee BARK OF STARKE "

Catarrh Is a oonntltuHoniil local uiauaae greatly..condition Influenced was entered early Saturday -Detroit.. News. I '. ., ":; _'!P'n !.J!' .'\."..."'".....',.......
HALI/8 by CATARRH MKU1CINK la a night, some money was taken from a me at K chlilrr'. Store ; i : ri ) < ) jr ,

Tonto blond and and Blood hulldlnij Furlflnr up By the cleansingthB 6y tem, trunk and other valuables purloined. At fifty miles Saturday afternoon.

MALL'S. CATARRH Mf.:DICIMJ reatore.normal There are several young: men, both Drove Ollie\ -Pidd, .
do Its work conditions and allows Nature to white and black who are being watched He thought he wouldn't E. B. Shipman ,- .

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I XXXXXXXXXXXIXXXxxLxxr I, which be Itt.ellcahl'h! knowledge shoulder amid colibua!, fur several min, 1 e..a dtvoted, fo ((.bRlnea"Won't_ St'Toe Jollyto the money snit in ore "Uiira! pnrce"Tu! '"-- CHAPTER XI.

SI was all that deterred her from despising ales Then, "If Mr. Bryce," she step In between Uncle Seth and t Is morally certain yoil cnnnot borrow I

; him with the fervor nf a woman walled, "lie's so unhappy gomething's I Bryce Cardigan. bold up my hand like, It. because you haven't any collateral When Bryce Cardigan walked down

FLi scorned. happened ; they're going to- a policeman, and say: 'Stop It, boy.'I to se are your hole. So, all thing I the gangplank at the steamship dockIn

) TileVALLEY The fascination which, a lighted sell Cardigan's redwoods; and Uey- I No fighting, If you please And If, ln.ddt'red l the Colonel .will be slowto Sun Francisco, the first face be saw

candle holds for a moth la too well don't want to. Just before 1 left the anybody want to know who' boss' suspect on of having en ace In the among the waiting crowd was Buck

N known to require further elucidation ofllce, Mr. Kryce came In-and- stood around here, start something' (role ; but, by finks we bate It. and I Ogtllvy's. Ogtlvy thrust forth a great

) here. In yielding one day to a desire ,, a moment looking-at me-so tragically I When her uncle came home, that, wore going to play It. You must engage I speckled paw for Bryce to shake

ti I to visit the Valley of the Giants, Shirley i I-1 asked him what had hap night, Shirley observed that be "'a8rl'OCCnl.lt'd Home reliable engineer: to look Bryce Ignored It.
pened. Then be putted my cheek--oh, of the road don't ''remember me?"
told herself that she wan going and disinclined to con, over the proposed route "Why, you
of the there to !gather wild blackberries. She I know I'm Just one of his renponsltllltles vernation. mid give us an estimate of Ole cost of Oglllvy demanded. "rm Buck Oglllvy.

bed been thinking of a certain blackberry i -and said \l'ot Molra t Never ''! "I noticed' In Oils evening's paper" roust ruction." Bryce looked him fairly In the eye

pie, which thought naturally induced any luck 1'] and went Into hls-r-j.rlvate she remarked presently!' "that }.II'. "For Ole Bake of argument we will and favored him with a lightning wink

GIANTSDFI'ETER reflection on Bryce Cardigan ems I waited a little. and then I Cardigan bus sold his Valley of the consider that done, and that the estimate "I have, never heard of you, Mr Ogllvy.

and reminded Shirley of her first visit went In, too; and oh. Miss Suinner. Giants. So you bought It, after all ," come within the scope of the

to the Giant under the escort of a boy be bad his heart down oa his desk, and "No such luck )" he almost barked. sum Gregory Is willing to advance ua,"
knickerlmckers. when.1 touched Ills.. hend, he reached "I'm Idiot. I In'
In an should be placed "Now then, you are going to incorporate
up and took my hand, and held stand i rV
8.1tYN1tAutbcw tier meeting' with Moire McTavlsn a company to build a road!

that, day, and the subsequent friendship laid his cheek against It a little twelve miles Ions.-find a private road.
while-nnd oh. his cheek wa wet.
of
formed with the WOOdllholl8'daughter.
at that That would be a fatal step
NCapp Ride"YZXZxxxxixxxxxzzxxxx renewed all her It'* cruel of God-to make him-un-
apprehen ; Pennlngton would know somebody wu
happy. He' good-too good' And
sions. On the assumption that Shirley
and
going to build a logging road, re
oh, I love him so. Miss Shirley I love
and Bryce were practicallystranger h.'
Bardies! of who the builder were,
r
to each other (an him so and he'll never, never know
usumptlon would have to fight them In self-pro
y
I'm Just one of bts-responstbltltles.'
OopjiljM by rater B. KIM which Shirley, for obvious reasons tectlon. How are you going to cover
i did not attempt to dissipate), you know; and I shouldn't presume your trail my son'"
MoIra did not hesitate to mention But nobody- has ever been kind to
begin
$YNOP6I8. Bryce very frequently. To tier he was me but Mr. Bry 'r-and you. And I Bryce pondered. 1 will,'-to dlrt'CtorMAillo.

the one human being In the world can't help loving people who are kln have a dummy board of be private'

t CHAPTER: L-Plon. la the California, utterly worth while, and It I.I nat -and gentle to nobodies." t my road cannot
redwood reslon, John Cardlcan at forty since we must be a common carrierwe
'
.....n, Is the leading clUuo of Bvouola, ural for women to discuss, frequently Molra's .tol'-bpr confession <>, might e'l well carry our deceptloi'
Umber of mills, .hlp*. and many....... ol and at great length, the love, so tragic because so hopelens-
a widower afur thraa at still further and Incorporate for the
year
stirred Shirley deeply She seat *tl
Moire
subject nearest their' hearts *:
d faUur of two-day-old road from S.
of building a
C.rdJgaa.saCHAPTER purpose
Bryoe herself In front of Moira and cnppeO
Grant's Ore., there (.
t her chin In her palm. quota to lass i
IIv-At fourteen Bryoa makes connect with the Southern Pacific."
th. acquaintance of 8hlrle ......, a via. "rff course, dear," she said, 'you "The old
smiled.
Itor to Bequola. and his [junior by a few couldn't possibly see anybody John Cardigan
Together they ... : Valley of YOI'lovetd / j j"I dream revived ell 7 Well, the oldjokes ,
E1. sacred to John Cardigan and suffer so and not feel dreadfully.
... the burial place of Bryoe'saeUiafc about It. And when a man like Bryr t always bring a hearty laugh
fD-A part with mutual .......L Is People will laugh at your company
Cardigan struck down, he's apt t<
.
because folks this way realize thn;
,: CHAPTER in.-While Bryco I. at col- present rather a tragic and helplex' up
the construction cost of such a rom'Is
las John Cardla-aa meet with heavy
bulD*** Los... and for the first time new. figure. Me wanted sympathy, Molnnwoman's' prohibitive."
Uie future with sympathy and It '
1InC1't Well since we're not to build
going
of you to give It to him""rd
CHAPTER IV-Aft.r:: graduation from more than twelve miles of our road
eallece, and a trip abroad, itryoa Cardtfan gladly die for him." Moira answered
during the next year, and probably not ,
I cornea home. On u.. train he meet simply. "Oh, Miss Shirley
fchlrley Bumner. on her way to Sequoia tot more than ten miles additional during s
make her home there with her uncle. yon don't know Mm the way we who .
Ool. Pennlnston. Bryce learn that hu work for him da. If yon did you'd the present century, we won't worryover I "I Have Never Heard of You Mr.
father** eyelaht ha failed and that Cot. It. It doesn't cost a cent more to
Fonnlnfton I. seeking to take advantage* love him too You couldn't help It, franchise to build a road Ogllvy.
I the old man's business mlafortuM*, Miss Shirley" procure a
"Tell me about his trouble, Moira""I from here to the moon. If we fall to' You are mistaking me for some one
CHAPTER V.-In the Valley. ., the build to Grant's Pass, our franchise to else." -
Olant. youniCardigan flea a tree* felled think It's money\ He's been terribly I Should B* Placed In Charge ef aK..p.
eUrectly aero. hi* mother'. tray*. Indication worried for a long time, and rm ...." build the uncompleted. portion of the, "Sorry," Ogllvy murmured. -"My
are that It was cut down road merely lapses and we bold only mistake 'were Bill Ker-
: the, burl, and evidence .....m. to show afraid things, aren't going right with Thought you
l' Vwnnlncton and hi. wood-bo. Julea the business. It hurts them terribly charge of a keeper. Now, for heaven's that portion which we have constructed -: rick ''who used to be a partner of
:r Rondeau, are Implicated In tbe outrage.' J sake Shirley' don't discuss that timber That's, all we want to hold. Moreover : mine." j
to have' to sell the Valley of the
CHAPTER VTu-EHnlag with Col. Pennineton Giants but they have to ; Colonel Pen with me, for If you do, ell go deeds! to rights of way can be; Bryce nodded and passed on balled

; and hi* nleca. Bryo find the nlngton Is the only one who would plain lunatic crazy." drawn with a time-11mit, after which a taxicab and was driven to the Sao
room redwood burl, confirm "
'J hf.u.l'lolon.. of Pennine-ton' rullt.In consider buying It ; they don't want "Poor Uncle Seth. she purred they revert to 'the original owners. I Francisco office of his company. Five
a diplomatic way, unperceived by angry. "Good my snnt I And certainly -
him *to have It-and still they have sweetly. Her apparent sympathysoothed strategy minutes later the door opened. and
: ley, the two men declare war,
carrier will be
as a common we
his rasped soul. Be Buck Ogllvy entered.
to sell to him Mr. i Bryce says his continued ,
CHAPTER VII.-Ponnlngton refuse to father has lost his courage at last ; : welcomed by the farmers and cattlemen ! "I was a bit puzzled at the dock
renew hi* logging contract with the Cardigan m short line""Weil.
along our
*, believing Til* action mean bankruptcy and oh, dear, things are In such a "Oh. I'll get the Infernal property, I Bryce," he explained as they' shook
for the latter. Bryce force Ron. : mess. Mr. Bryce started to tell me and It will t>e w'orth'what I have' to that about completes the hands "but decided to play safe and
... to confui he felled the
.11 tree In the
1.1I.P of tb. Olant.. at P nnln ton'. or. all about It-and then he stopped suddenly pay for It, only It certainly does gravel rough outline of our plan. We havea then follow you to your office. What'sup

After punlahtnr the man' Bryce Molra Described Bryce In Minute De and wouldn't soy another word. me to realize that I am about to beheld year In which to build our road ; If ? Have you killed somebody and
hurl him at Col. Pennlngton, who, with
up with no help In sight Til we do not hurry, the mill will have to the detectives trail If.so.
Shirley .had wime..edtheasht.' Punnlng- tall.de8cl'lbl'd Shirley smiled She thought the are on your .
' ton I* humiliated, and the girl. Indignant, understood the reason for that. However , see Judge Moore tomorrow and offer shut down for lack of logs?when our 'fess up and I'll assume the responsibility
order Bryo to leave' her and forget their "
Bryce In minute detail and contract with Pennington expires.
s him a quick profit for his client. for crime to
friendship He leaves, but refuse. to ac- she did not pause to speculateon your just
dept dismissal, related to her eager auditor little' unconscious It, since the crying need of the That'. the game, you know" "Yon forget tbe manager for our show you how grateful I am for that
dally acts of kindness, "I do hope the new owner exhibits: new corporation/ -the vice president hundred."
CHAPTER vni.-Returning I to Sequoia, present was the distribution of a ray
the train on which Shirley I her uncle, and thoughtfulness or humor performed by of sunshine to broken-hearted Molra. some common sense uncle dear" she and general manager. He must be a "No I wasn't being shadowed
i Brye; are traveling, break away from Bryce-hi I. devotion to his father, his !! turned back to the man of real ability and a person you
piano.
the locomotive, and Bryce. who could haveeacaped I "Silly" she chided "how needlessly Buck but my principal enemy was
at the rick of hip life cut out Idealistic attitude toward the Cardigan ''t"tnet/ fear" she added to herself can trust Implicitly. coming down the gangplank right. behind
the caboose. and them from certain yon are grieving! You say my uncle
v. employees, his ability, his Indus the new owner I I. going to "I have tbe very man. Ill* name Is "
oatn, being painfully Injured In doing so. has declined to bay the Valley of the me and-
And little IfUle Much and only this I
try presently, by ogtlvy very day "
I Giants rMolra prove a most obstinate rreatnr and "So was my principal 1 enemy, OglhryInterrupted.

i t hood CHAPTER friend of IX.Bryce-Molra and McTavlih.employed: In ohiiui hi*- Shliley' resentment I -him nodded. frightfully hard to discover." received' a letter from hfm begging m* "What does our enemy.

offloe. make* fablrl.,.'. acquaintance and faded and In her heart.gBlnll'l.t n a "My uncle doesn't know what he's True to his promise, the Colonel for a small loan. I have Buck on Ice look like"
the two become friend of that
Needing wlstfulness bred
money great
In a ffth class San Francisco hotel"'Tell
-
badly, John Cardigan offer to Bull pennlnston Cardigan talking about Molra. Ill see that he called! on Judge Moore bright, and "Like ready money And If he badseen
., the Valley of the aiant, but the some day she would meet Bryce does buy It What. price are tbe Cardigans early the following morning. "Act me about him, Bryce." me shaking bands with yon, be'dbave
Colonel I, confident' the property must *oon on the street and that be would
a ." be hi* through the bankruptcy of. his his smile at her his asking for It now?" Three of that little business drama Til read you his letter. I claim suspected a connection betweenus
lift hat
nerale., contemptuously refuwi Unknown pause, "Well. Colonel Pennlngton has offered entitled The .Valley of the Giants,* there Is more character In a letter Ulan later on. Buck yon have a good
to her uncle, Shirley buy the compelling smile and forthwith proceed
Valley. and the Cardlcan) have a n.w them a hundred thousand dollars i my dear Judge," he announced pleas In a face. Job-about five hundred a month."

1" I... of business life. They Intereit capital to bully her Into being friendly for It time and again; but last antly. "I play the lead In this act. Here Bryce ,read aloud % "Thanks, old man Ikl: work for yon
and decide on a achem to par.U.ll'.nnington's and forgiving; -browbeat her Into ad- t
I locglnrailroad.. mitting her change of heart and gloryIng night he withdrew that offer. Then You remember me I hope I played "Golden Gate Hotel-Rooms Fifty for othlng. What are we going to I
"
-r- In It. they named a price of fifty thousand, I a bit In Act Two" Cents-and Op. do?

CHAPTER X. To this remarkable state of mind and he said be didn't want It at alt" "In so far as my Information goes "San Francisco. Cal. Aug. 16. Ifllfl. "Build twelve miles of logging railroad

) bad Shirley Sumner attained at the ."He needs It, and It* worth every sir you've been cut out of the cast In "My dear Cardigan : Bark to the and parallel the line of the old }

A careful analysis of Shirley's feeling time John Cardigan leading his last cent of a hundred thousand to him )|[ Act Three I don't seem to and any voice of one crying In the wilderness; wolf I spoke of a moment ago""Good
toward Bryce Cardigan Immediately Molra. Don't worry dear. He'll lines for you to speak. then newel! We'll do It. UOW-SOOD '
picture to
that It yourself the unlovelyspectacle
little trump In a vain hope ,
following the Incident In FenDlngton's would enable him to take the odd trick It because ell make him, and hell I "One line Judge ; one little line of a strong man crying. do you want It done?" I I

woods, had slowed her that In the huge game he had played for buy It Immediately; only yon mnst What profit doe your client want on "Let us assume that you have duly '"As soon as possible You're the
under more propitious circumstances promise not to a' vice president and general {
me' mention single. that quart"'BII'Uonr"That manager.
\ fifty years, decided to sell his Valley i eon ldf'red.' Now wind up your wrist
she might have fallen In, love with that : of the Giants. worj of what Tra telling you to Bryce quarter-section Is not In tbe and send me a rectangular piece of "I accept the nomination. What do

tempestuous )young1' man In sheer recognition 1 Shirley as explained In a preceding- Cardigan or In fact, to anybody. Do market. Colonel. When It Is, I'll send white, blue green or pink paper bearIng I do first" I
of the man; lovable and manly you promise?" "Listen carefully to story analyze :
? I for you, since you're the only logical In the lower right-hand In my
chapter had been present the night corner '
1 qualities she had discerned In him Molra seized Shirley's hand and my plan for possible weak spots
prospect should my client decide to your clear, bold chirography, the magic
und brought
John Cardigan, desperate I
As offset to the credit side ofBr'co'a
I an kissed It Impulsively "Very well and then get busy, becauw' after I
had Pennington sell. And remembering how you butted words 'Bryce Cardigan'-with the lit. ,;
to bay at last telephoned -
account with her however I''i at the tatter's home, accepting*I'.nnlnl1on' then" Shirley continued. "That matter In on politics la this county last tIe up-and-down hook and flourish have provided tbe funds and given the
there appeared certain debits In tbe Is adjusted and now we'll all be word GoT the rest Is to I
fall and provided slush fund to bait which Identifies up you.
last offer for the Valley of your signature given
consideration of which Shirley si ,
y' wayslost
i the Giants The cruel triumph In theColonel's happy. Cheer up, dear and remember Due! and place' a crook on the Superiorcourt In your'serlous moods and lend. valueto must not be known In the transactionat
and
her temper was Immediately that time this .ftenaoooJ'ou're all because that would be fats) "
some bench In order to give you anelii'll otherwise worthless |
handsome. face as he curtly paper.
quite certain she loathed the unfortunate ,
: man. ; rebuffed old Cardigan had been too apparent going to see Mr. Bryce smile In the many suits you are always "When you knew me last I was a Three hours later Ogllry was In possession -
again and perhaps' there won't be so filing or having filed against of the most minute detail of
yon prosperous
contractor. I
t taI "T He had been an honored! and (for for the girl to mistake; she young Alas
aught Shirley knew to the contrary) realized now that a crisis had come In much" of a cloud o"r'bl." > mlle ,this I rise to remark that you have about put all my eggs In one basket and produced the situation In Sequoia bad tabw-

; \ welcome guest In the Tennlngton home the affairs of the Cardigans, and across ,I time ten split seconds In which to disappear I. an omelette. Took a contractto hated Indexed and cross-Indexed them
When Molra returned! to the office from ofllce. If linger build In his Ingenious brain and was ready
2 one night, and the following day had her vision there flashed again the my you a railroad In Honduras Honduras I '
assaulted his host, committed great vision of Bryce Cardigan homecoming i of the Cardigan Redwood Lumber longer, I'll tart throwing paper got to fighting:( with Nicaragua ; for business-and so announced him-
company Shirley rang for her maid And SB If to the self. Always an enthusiast In all
bodily Injuries upon the tatter's employees -of a tall old man with his trembling weights. emphasize government I had done business
for little or no reason save theo arms clasped around his boy, "Bring "me my motorcoat and hat, his remark, the Judge's hand closed with went out of business and the things. In his mind's eye Mr. Ogllvy

satisfaction of an abominable temper with grizzled' cheek laid against hisson' Thelma, she ordered, "and telephone over one of the article In question. NIcaraguan army recruited all my )a. could already see a long tralnload of
for the limousine." She seated herself 'fhe Colonel withdrew with 1'baldlsnlty borers logs coining down the Northern California -
made threats of further violence, declared ., as one who, seeking comfort and mounted them on my mules
his unfaltering enmity to hprnM"t through bitter years, at length had before the mirror at her dressing- %be could muster. and horses, swiped all my grub and & Oregon railroad as he sad

fir, and best-loved relative, and In found ItPresently table and dusted her adorable, nose e e e e e e told me to go home. I went. Why Bryce had decided to christen the ven

the next breath had bad the Insolence another thought came to with a *powdem'' -puff. '"Mr. Smarty Upon his return from the office that tayt Moreover 1 had an Incentive ture.When

1 to prate of his respect and admiration Shirley' "I wonder I"! she mused "lIe's Cardigan, she murmured happily, night, Bryce Cardigan found Ms ral j consisting of about an Inch of bayonet Bryce Cardigan returned tn

, ' for her proud. Perhaps the realteatton that "you walked I rough-shod over my tber had left his bed and wo Boated -fortunately not applied In a vital Sequoia his labors In so far as the

) i However, all of these grave crimes he will noon be penniless( and shorn of pride, didn't you? Placed me under an before the. library are .pot-which accelerated rather than building of the road were concerned,

F and misdemeanors were really Insignificant his high estate has made him chary of obligation I could never hope to meet "Feeling a whole lot better today decreased my speed' had been' completed. His agreementwith

' compared with his crowning acquiring new friends In his old cir -and then Ignored me-didn't you? eh. pelt' his ton queried. "Hurry, my dear Cardigan. I finished Gregory of the Trinidad Redwood)

'4 ( offense What bad Infuriated Shirleywas cle. Perhaps If he were secure In his Very well old boy. We all have our John Cardigan smiled. "Tea, son,* eating my overcoat the day be Timber company had been signed

the fact that she had been at some business affair*- All yest Poor boy! Innings sooner or later you know and be replied plaintively. "I guess IT fore yesterday. sealed' and delivered ; the money to

pains to Inform Bryce Cardigan that Ho was desperate for fifty thousand I'm going to make a substantial payment manage to live till next 'spring." "Make It a hundred, and God will build the road had been deposited la>

a rs she loathed him-whereat he had dollars !I" Her heartwelled.. "Oh. on that huge obligation as sure "Oh. I knew there was nothlni bless you. When I get It. HI come to bank ; and Buck Ogllvy was already

1, looked her over coolly grinned a little Bryce, Bryce," she murmured, "I think I as my name Is Shirley Sumner Then wrong with you John Cardigan that: Sequoia and kins you. 111 pay yon spending It like a drunken sailor.

and declined t. believe her I Then flU beginning to understand some offour some day when the sun Is shining for a healthy check wouldn't cure. Well back some time-of course. From now on, Bryce could only watch

seemingly as It fate bad decreed that fury that day In the woods. It'sall I you again, you'll come to me and be we can afford to draw our breath now "Wistfully thine. wait and pray.On .
;
her futility should be Impressed! upon a great mystery but I'm sure you very, very humble. You're entirely and that give as a fighting chance "BUCK OGILYY. the next steamer a surveying;

kt her still further Bryce Cardigan had didn't Intend to be so-so terrible Oh : too Independent) Mr. Cardigan but partner. And right/ after dinner yot "P. 8.-Delays are dangerous., and party with complete camping equipment

been granted an opportunity to save, my deer If we had only continued to oh, my dear I do hope you will\ not and I will sit down and start brew'Ini procrastination Is the thief of Ome.D. .- arrived In Sequoia, purchased a

1 In a strikingly calm, heroic and painful be the good friends we started out to need so much money. ru be put to a pot of powerful bad medicine foi ." wagon and two horses piled their dun-

manner, her' and her uncle from be perhaps you'd let me help you now. my wit's end to get It to you without the Colonel." John nag into the wagon and disappeared)

certain and horrible death thus placing For" what good Is money If one cannot letting you know, because If your affairs Accordingly dinner disposed or, fa Buck Cardigan chuckled. "rd take up-country.' Hard on their heels cam

I. upon Shirley an obligation that help one's dear friends In distress go to smash, you'll be perfectly. ther and son ant down together to prepare honesty.Ogtlv). Bryce. He'll do. I* be Mr. Buck Ogllvy. and occupied the

was as Irritating to acknowledge as It Still I know yon wouldn't let me help intolerable"She the, plan of campaign. For the bridal suite In the Hotel Sequoia arrangements ..
was, futile to attempt to reciprocate. paused suddenly. "No I'll not "I don't know. He was, the last
rou, for men of your stamp cannot space of several minutes a silence set for which had previously
That was where the shoe pinched. borrow from a woman no matter how do that either" soliloquized.. "I'll tied between them the while they time I saw him. been made by wire. In the slttfng room
Before that day was over' she had keep It m8elf-tor an Investment I'll "Then wire him a hundred.
desperate their need. And yet-youonly puffed meditatively upon their cigars Don't of the suite Mr. Ogllvy Installed a new
been forced to do one of two things- show Uncle Seth I'm a business woman wait for the mall."
*>" need a paltry fifty thousand dollars Then the old man srmke desk, a filing cabinet, and a brisk
acknowledge In no uncertain terms her !i" after all. tie has had his fair "Well have to tight Him in thus "I have already wired him the hun young male secretary.
Indebtedness to him or remain silent chance ..tJle\ Valley of the Giants dred. In
Shirley carried to bed with her that All probability he 1* now out (Continued Next Week)
and to be convicted of having been. In night the woe of the Cardigans and after waiting years for It, and now he \Vhyr"Because whirling like a der>'lsh."

plain language, a rotter. So she had In the morning she telephoned MolraMcTavlsh has deliberately sacrificed that chanceto If Pennlngton knows o* "Oood boy I Well I think we've -

telephoned him and purposely left and Invited the latter to be mean and vindictive I'll buy even suspects the 1 Identity of the man! planned sufficient for the present, I

ajar tile door to their former friendly lunch with her at home that noon the valley but keep my Identity secret who Is going to parallel 'Ills" logging Bryce, You'd better leave for San 1 Gold In History. !

relations. When Moire came, Shirley saw that from everybody: then when Uncle railroad he will throw nil the velght) Francisco tomorrow and close your Gold was known from the earliest

Monstrous I He had seen the open she had been' weeping."My Seth finds a stranger In possession, of his truly rnpnhle mind his wealth deal with Gregory Hire good lawyer Mstorlc times, and In mentioned In the

door and deliberately slammed It In poor Moira I" she said, putting he'll have a fit and perhaps, before and his rmhlesmies against )'ou-an to draw up the agreement betweenyou eleventh verse of the second chapter

her face. Luckily for them both she her arm around her visitor. "What he recovers, he'll sell me all his you ,,'11be\ smashed You have on.tld'IIUIlIj.t' ; be sure your're right and then go et Genesis. At first It was chiefly used

had heard all unsuspected by him as has happened to distress you' There Squaw creek timber-only he'll never i' starting out The CoTimel ahead-full speed. When you return ; for ornament. The trade of the goldsmith -
be slowly hung the receiver on the there know I'm the buyer. Shirley, my dear. doMMi't to In mentioned In the fourth verse
dear! Tell lIIe all about 1t. i think you have the courage ta Sequoia I'll have a few more
book the soliloquy wherein he gaveJber i 1 Moire laid tier head en<< Shirley's. I'm pleased with you. Really I never parallel his road III the first place| In to give\ you I'll mull them over of the seventeenth chapter of Judges.

i C a pointed hint of the distress with f knew until now why men could be .jo the second place tie know'!s.you !harenJ! meantime." pOlnt'l *Cols n connection with gold v1th l"IIt', the overlaying of,







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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1921. BIU.DroRD tJ
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minvrr 'TKLKGRArnr. JTARKIO.News .
FLoRIDA ....,.... ___
-' "' ." UIUr.;
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- -- were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday. the guest of relatives
here last week.
I of Florida in Short Mrs. Charlie Douglas of Worthington
Para r pha. Percy Woodard was a visitor to I II
-?_,-www-------. Springs were in town Sunday. Hampton Saturday.Mr. I
Mrs. J. F. White\ returned to her I
rw---------l: and Mrs. L. W. Bailor and
Live State home in Ocala Sunday after visiting daughter Ella, of Brooklyn, attended
L News her daughter,. Mrs. W. II, Andrews. services hfrv Sunday. I '

._ 3 Mrs. T B. Handley is visiting in Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Seals, of Jacksonville

I Told by Our Exch nltea. Jacksonville. were guests of Mr, and' Mrs.
I Carlos Johns and Harley Moore re '\', A Jones a few days last week h

:, -- ------- -=--=-- .- turned to Lakeland Thursday after John II. Smith, of Georgia Is toasted ,
--- visiting
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',,1 L. G. Merrell crashed ''h;airplane of Tampa. The Ackermans were putout spending a few days here with her at-the home of Mr. and Mrs. W,

1;: into the ocean in trying to save a man of their lodgings because of the parents. T. Wallace.M. {
t,, who had been caught in an undertow youthfulness of their children, accord- Mr. and hire R. B. Roberts, of M. Brinson is at Smith lake on a :i
at the beach. Life guards finally rescued ing to their statement.They took up 50 g2.Qd cigarettesfor Worthington were guests of Mr. and fishing trip. i
Mrs. W. II. Andrews
both men who clung to the ma- their abode in a city park. Their new (Oc from Ranee Andrews during the week John Hall, of Gainesville-, was at .'
chine. spent the weekendin home with his '
home was discovered by the police, parents Mr. and Mrs.
sack of Jacksonville.FARMERJJROWN.
... who arrested them for sleeping on one M. Hall during the weekend.S. .
Every dentist's office in St. Petersburg park benches. The children were plac GENUINE R. Swindfl and family, Mr. and
was visited by a thief sometime ed in a home here temporarily; Mrs. P. M. Geiger S. H. Woodard, IT
Sautrday or Sunday night and Misses Florence Hall and Estellc LUCKY STRIKE

gold valued at several hundred dollarswas Jos. M. IIoward, 25, was shot and GENUINE"BULL" Woodard were among those from hers I
stolen. Only two dentists avoided killed by officers Saturday afternoon Mrs; Perkins-it's too bad you could who attended church at Brooklyn on cigarette. Flavor is .
loss by locking up their supply, but on front of his residence in Jackson not of been spared your one little boy. Sunday afternoon. healed ;in by ..
the others lost all gold and platinum. ville. According to the authorities, He would have been so mutch com Rov. C. J. Bruner?, of Lake City, toasting
the deputies fired in self defense. The pany and comfort to you now. We will fill his regular appointment at
The South Florida fair, greatest of officers had placed Henry Howard, under TOBACCO never lost any of our childnrn, so. of the Baptist church Saturday and Sun
the series of fairs held in Tampa for arrest, and Joseph Howard is said course, I can't simpothlze with you as day. Everybody invited.S. .
I
years past, closed Ita doors on the to have pulled a gun and opened fire' if we had, but I am sure it was a hard .' n, Woodard and family have @>
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1921 season Saturday night with a on the deputies. The fire was prompt blow to both of you. It may have moved to the Dover place, about two I r:

total attendance for the nine days of ly returned, Howard being hit twice, Maj. Paul Dillmon, of Fort Pierce, been all for the best, though.. Some miles west- of Theressa, and expectto II
S little 'better hun one hundred thous once in the region of the heart and died at a Miami hospital Saturday asa children are a great comfort, while make their home there for awhile.
and., died in a few minutes. result of injuries received Thursday others are a great disappointment and day here with Ellery Thomas 'f
afternoon when he and three compan sorrow. So far my children have beena ZiFF Misses' Rhoda and Alva Thomas
The Daytona News a few days ago A full grown steer was killed in the ions were wounded with buckshot by great comfort.to me, and I.lope and i spent Wednesday in the Pine Hill section !I ,f
announced the opening of the "larg Kissimmee section last week by some Floyd Johnson when they stopped at pray that they will always remainso. Ziff, Feb. 18.-Prayer meeting was with Miss Pearl Greene. 6.t

est garage in the south." This is a animal and all signs indicate that a I his place on the Okeechobee road five held at Dedan church Sunday after Mrs. J, W. Lewis returned home on (f
big order, but the establishment just miles from Here comes Cy after me. I do believe noon. A large
bear was the marauder. People in Fort Pierce and asked for crowd was present Sunday after week's visit with her : .
opened by the Adler-Goldenberg Com that locality are forming a posse to whiskey. Dillmon's face was almost he thinks I'm going to stay all Messrs. Tom Markey and Evan daughter, Mrs. J. O. Dennison, of 'I
, pany has dimensions of'one hundredby get' the 'depredator if possible> and it shot away by the buckshot, fired at day, and here comes your husband, I lodge, of Pine Hill attended prayer Midway.
two hundred feet and is said to be close Jo efus. meeting at this l
is Joe McKinney place Sunday
range. was
.
modern in thought a well-conducted round up J. B .Thomas and son Reddick, were
ment. construction and equip will be successful. Residents are a wounded in the face and eyes. A Howdy, Mrs. Perkins, glad to have S. L. Prescott and son, Woodrow, business visitors to Graham Satur t
bit timid about going around without truckload of whiskey, it is said, lad you come over to set with Samanthawhile'I'm were business visitors to Waldo Sat

Thoroughly illustrative- of the man arms, as a bear of thy size able to kill been delivered at the Johnson place gone to town. Come In Cy. urday. day.The (ladies of this section are busy
. ner in which Manatee a grown beef would be no mean an and the man is said to have suspected I want to tell you about Starke and Miss Avy Starling spent Friday at planting their gardens ,
is i
county I
coming tagonist. them of planning to steal or seize the DeWitt C, Jones Hardware Store. He Graham guest of her cousin Puarle
forward in agricultural, horticultural MIMes Lonnle Rhoda and Alva '
is'Wiling: ,
liquor as prohbiition inspectors. Johnson ,, lots-of extras ami supplies Johnson.
! three and important truck garden development, Monday morning while crossing the was arrested Sunday at Jackson of .,n kinds for farm machinery, especially Mills Llnnia Parker attended prayer Thomas attended prayer meeting at .
drainage contracts, Dudan Sunday afternoon.
ville. the Mc-Cormick and Doering meeting at Dudan Sundav. "
ferry at Cerro Gordo a team of mules I
involving thousands of acres of"fer I mowers, and all kinds of Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. n.) Thomas were I
j tile but unused lands belonging to the Bullard Naval StoresCo. International Altha Lewis i is spending a whileat
! yesterday to the Thompson, were &awarded Mose- ., became frightened and backed off Two negro houses were partially ( 'goods and repairs Midway with heV sister, Mrs. Ethel business visitors to Waldo Tuesday./ .

ley, contractors of Atlanta. the flat and were drowned in the riv wrecked in South Jacksonville at one Say, Cy, it's mighty handy to jest l Dennison
o'clock Wednesday by an explosion of drap in Mrs. Rachel Thomas Habitual Constipation und
er. The mules were hitched to a wagon and buy or order what you children and
In 14 :21 '
, to Day 1 I'
loaded with dynamite placed under one of the need to fix machines for mother, Mrs .Rachel Prevail attended
The Kissimmee Cattle Company, Incorporated turpentine cups and up your the "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially .' ,S\\
I some six years ago with a the entire outfit went into the river structures. There was no loss of life, spring work, He can sell you repairsto services at Dedan Sunday prepared Syrup Tonlo-Lalta' ve for llabltunlConstipation. 1
capital of $250,000, of which $150,000 and sank to the bottom. All effortsto but Will Bell, negro, sole occupant of fix up your old mowing machine so Don't forget prayer meeting De. It relieves promptly but rl:
[ the house under which the dan church should be token regularly for 14 to 21 dave "
was paid in full, is now in the hands recover the property have proven explosion you can cut your mulching for your every Sunday afternoon at
induce It Stimulates and
occurred, had miraculous strawberries 3 o'clock. regular action.
: of the receiver, J. W. Miller, who will futile. a escape and help your neighbors Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tak* 60o '
from death. The other house was un out that hain't John Shaw, of LaCrosse Sun-
j proceed to take steps to turn the got a machine to cut spent our bottle
holdings into cash and realize as much James E. Brown, 21, died at the occupied. The Bell hound had the en- the mulching, or sell you any kind ofa aa

as possible for those interested in the Orange General hospital 'at' Orlandoas tiio, rear end blown off, the charges plow, mower, corn drills, fertilizer 11'11111111111 11I1111 I 11 III I .11111111. II I II I 11 11111A t-
incorporation.Miss the, result of falling from heavy being placed under the kitchen and distributors, harrows, one and two- .
motor truck on which he was riding, one of the bedrooms. Bell, however, horse cultivators, wagons, feed grinders !
Lorene Cox, an attractive girlof the two wheels passing over his body. was asleep in the front room, and Is syrup evaporator and in fact CELEBRATED SOSNOWSKI+ () SEA ISLAND COTTON i

18 years, of Jacksonville, was rushed Young Brown had been out riding believed to have come out of the anything in the farm line at International
to St. Luke's hospital at one o'clock with his brother-in-law, and how he 1 building without a scratch. All houses prices. His stock of hardware Planting Seed, fresh from Islands. $3.00 per
Sunday morning, shot through the came to fall from the truck l is not occupied by negroes in that sectionof is complete. You can get anythingyou
body. ,According to statements made known, as it was not going over eight South Jacksonville, were recently want of him from a wheelbarrowup bushel cash, f. o. b. Bleackshear. Also .

. to the police, the wound was self-in miles an hour when the accident oc placarded ,with typewritten notice! to a thrashing machine. I seed second-year seed, $2.00 per bushel.
flicted. The bullet entered above the curred. He was rushed to the hospital warning occupants' to vacate the places I one big glass bottlo there and looked

heart and passed out of her back.: Her but his body was so badly crush at once. Theile'notit'e* were sign' like it would hold about 3 gallons. Say THE A. P. BRANTLEY COMPANY
condition is considered extremely ser ed that medical aid was of no avail. ed K. K. K., but officials of the Ku 1 twas beauty. I heard Snyder say
ious. Klux Klan vigorously denied that they you could use It when you go a-flshing Blackshear, Georgia
I At the close of business Jan 31, had been distributed by any member to put shine in or for syrup or-oh,

The British steamship Stofner headed the first month of the present year, of that order. for lots of things. But I'guess it is I MI in i ii inn 11 n 11111 M..+i'ni' 11 ti n i n 111111111 ii i I

in too close to the breakers line at 1,202 cars of fruits and vegetables ,- getting rather hard to get the shine ,
Lake Worth bathing beach and was rolled out of Manatee county and Resenting the untrue reports of alleged : for the jail is full of shiners and the
brought up "all standing" within a stone's throw of the life lines, where the North. Of that number of cars, blacks in Carrabelle, spread by a negro and old lard cans. Tot feard it will be
hundreds were in bathing. After 388 were citrus fruits and the balance named Nat .Williamson, a crowd hard to get lard cans this hog killing Kill Th f Cold With

churning the water for an hour the vegetables. The vegetables shipped of colored moo going to the home of time;, I seed one man walking around .' Rce
ship backed oft unassisted, sought sea were bbl cars of lettuce, 197 cars of Williamson a few' nights ago, persuaded the courthouse, looking mighty blue, ,L....,
room and headed back on her southern celery, 22 cars of peppers and 38 cars him to accompany them to a but to keep up his speerits he was .oj
tack. -. of cabbage. The biggest movement of lonely spot where, after giving hima ,singing all to himself: -t=)
lettuce for the entire shipping season sound and sensible lecture ,on the My bright smile haunts her still.
George W. Hall, grand master of took place last week when 160 cars I. danger of spreading such reports, While she is far away" CASCARA QUININE '
the I. O. O. F., of Florida, had the were shipped. forced him to disrobe and with a stout Say he looked sad lie looked although A.
distinguished honor of driving the 'leather strap gave him a thrashing he had lost the best cow he roa gold spike marking the first spike One of the busiest places in Florida on the bare back which he will remember ever had. c...., Caj6s RQM10 L. Grippe
driven on the first railway to be built tight now is the Wai kill Stock Farms, a long time. In leaving him (The END)
in the Everglades. The occasion was the fourteen thousand acre tract of the unidentified colored men made It Neglected Colds are Dangerous

at Moore Haven and was the beginning .. fertile land south of and adjoining plain that he was not to try and create THERESSA Take no chance. Kp tide standard remedy handy for the Ant *ne***.
Green Cove Springs. Several of the dissensions between' white and colored -
of the laying of steel on the new Break op a cold In 24 hours- Relieve*
Moore Haven-Clewlston railway running monstrous stump pullers of the American people, and that the white peo- Tlieresna, Feb. 18.-Rev. Williams, Grippe in 3 days-KmcelUnt for Headache
east along the south shore of Clearing Co., are at work full pte were the friends of the negro. This of Starke, filled his regular appoint Quinine In this fo m doe not flect the hed--Cc I* beet Tonic
Lake Okeechobee. time pulling stumps and Mr. Booth little occurrence has just leaked out ment here at the Christian church La..II-No Opiate In H11I'..
has a force of seventy-five men doing and !-created quite an inquiry. It Saturday night, Sunday morning and
Frank Quigley and Raymond Facet- additional clearing. Several thousandacres seems that Williamson's wife had left night.. He. also preached a sermon at ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

tl, convict guards were held on murder of land already has been cleared him for some unexplained reasons and Brooklyn in the afternoon.
charges the result of the killing and four hundred acres are now being had taken up her abode with her mo Mrs A. .McGilray and children
of William Murphy of Wilmington plowed to receive the rice seed which ther. It t*> alleged that he had spreadthe left Friday for their home at Larkln - .
Dela. who will shortly be put in. An rice report that the white people planned after several days visit here with relatives
was serving a thirty expert .u.r.n.ww..a., _., ......... ..... .
day sentence for stealing a ride. It grower from Louisiana will have supervision to raid "The Quake," which is the and friends.C. nw'rlC:3: a. r. M
is charged that Murphy was beaten by of the crop designation of the negro quarters of A. Youngblood was a visitor to
the guards because of slowness in per that place. This rumor was spread Palatka Saturday. '
forming a task and that he turned up Jose Munez, secretary;:;; of the Joint until it reached enormous proportions. We are glad to report that the sick 11111_ 1J

on'them with a rake and then a shot Advisory Board, representing union I Tie law-abiding negroes then began folks In our community are improving.

was fired which killed him. cigarmakers, numbering 13,000, of Ian I Investigation, finding there was no A large crowd of our people attended '
Tampa, stated that the strike of the i ground for such report and traced it preaching Brooklyn Sunday afternoon 15YeanAgoa -
Clear skle and balmy weather were workers had been ,ended by a referendum to its source. Then they acted as stated ..
responsible for a sentence of ten day vote. The strike has been in above J. C. Herrlngton was a visitor to

in jail for: F-rrett Accrmn! and wife' progress for almost ten months. He Hampton Friday.
denied that the vote had been takenat RAIFORD Freeman ,Register of Starke, was Si atidToda,
the request of International officials
ASPIRIN and said it had been ordered by the Ralford, Feb. 18. -Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. J. A. White Says "If You Have
advisory board because of the increasing T. Barnes of Miller were .week-end An Automobile, Keep Rat Snap s
difficulty in obtaining funds with guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. An "If I knew about RAT SNAP last .
,Name "Bayer" on Genuine which to support the strikers. He dre".. winter would have saved $120. My
car was In the for few weeks
garage a
expected all of them to return to work I!' Rev. Wiggins of Jasper, filled his during Dad weather; when I went ton Midtelin: invented It.
by the middle of the week. i appointment' at the Advent church o take It out, found that rats had eaten pneumatic automobile
Q i Sunday. great holes In two new tire. Got lire 2S year ago.SMITH'S I h + dntj
A very orderly ;mob of several hun. j I Shepherd Moore and Avery Tyson them later with RAT SNAP." Three .

t dred .men took a tjegro, giving the I sizes, 35c, 66c 125. Sold and guar. / GARAGE O r
r name of Elijah Jones, from the marion anteed by D. C. Jones, Starko.-Adv.Vvs4 O 114' ,
county jail Saturday at dark, rid ; STARKE \ .r
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ing through the main street and then PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN :!i<: f vJXSJKu5ltSiOwnOO.fOfOKf

carried him about three miles out on COFFINS & CASKETSAnd

the Lake Weir road and ranged him CORRECTS.STOMACH, a Full Line of -
in plain view to passersby to a tree.
Bewsxel Voles you lee the name Before he was hanged the negro madea ENDS INDIGESTION UnJrtakn' Supplies } 1}
"Bayer" on package or on 'tablet you
are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed complete confession of both crimes, AUTOMOBILE HEARSE S
by physician for twenty-oil namely the attempted assault on a lit- I| "Papa's Diapepmln" is the quickest, Always on hand. The beat Mr- .
year and proved ale by millions. Take tie 11 year old girl, who was on her *ur *t relief far Indigmtion, taws, vice at the lowest prices. Special mistake
for Aspirin Colds only, Ileadaeli a. told,in Neuralgia the Bayer, Kheum package*> way home from school on Thursday, i mentation Flatulence,or Heartburn Stomach Distress bourne*.cauWi bar attention to telegraph or. Big Reduction I In Prices tr you wlll order make your a fertlll_

tbrni. Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, *nd afternoon, and an assault on an old i by acidity. A few tablet girt almost era. Registered Embalmer.DewrrFcfjONEs zer without Betting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty Q
for Hain. Handy tin boxes of twelve Bayer woman, about 70 years of age on Frl- immediate stomach relief and *nortlT of Materials!' prompt shipment. Order Fertilizers In
Tablets of Aspirin coet few onrU. Drug- ,! the stomach I I. oorrerUd now.
ay afternoon. He was an escaped eo you ad eat scclnides
ffivt also Mil larger J>package Aspirin favorite food without fear. Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. L
convict from the Large on**
state prison farm at'
iifth trade mark of Bayer Manufacture omit only few orat at drug ator. STARKE. FLA. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZE CO.
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