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 25, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE MRS. DAVIS GIVES SILVER TEA FRISCO LAWYERS VICTIMS OF COL. WEEKS' BIRTHDAY DINNER COUNTY OFFICERS WILL STILL1' SMALL FIRE 'Jl f
1 NEW STYLE "CON" CAME I I GET OLD SALARIES

, Doe lIarve)'. 'Minstrel Men Amuse Thursday afternoon Mrs.. L. A. Davis Tuesday being the eighty-third anniversary j Tuesday at 12:30 p. m. the court
Big Crowd at Auditorium entertained the ladies of the Methodist At Leant to liar Made Trip to This of Col. W. T. Weeks' birthday Act Declared Null and Void Concerning house janitor saw smoke around the :
.. church and a few invited guests' State to "Straighten Out Estate" there was a family reunion at I : Fees of County OlliclalH chimney on the west side of Col.
The minstrel presentation given under the occasion being a silver tea for the I,, 1.,the Kingsley lake cottage. A deli-i Peek's Residence. Het told Mr. G. W. "
the auspices and for the benefitof benefit of the Rosa Valdez settlementIn Gainesville Feb. 18.-"Will you clous dinner was served picnic fashion TallahiiHKoe, Fob. 1 J8.-County offl- '' Alderman<< who turned in an alarm for 1
the Starke .Woman's Club was car West Tampa which is the work of please direct me to the First! j and us the air was warm and sera of Florida will receive approxi1mately fire.
ried out according' to the program the Methodist church. i Bank of Gainesville?" National 1 balmy the company greatly enjoyedthe $250,000 increase In salaries \, The firemen wore on the scene a
given in our last week's Issue Wed- The hostess used the fragrant ] This query, addressed to a small ) out-of-door celebration ,in honorof during the coming year as a result of few minutes later With them cam
nesday night at the auditorium. It spring flowers yellow jessamine and town station rustic by any well dressed ) their beloved father and grandfa- the action of the supremo court this F. F. Stump, bringing/ a chemical fire \
was under the leadership Doc Harvey jonquils, for decoration and the dou- man who steps off the tr.in here ther.Those 'I afternoon In declaring Chapter 7334 extinguisher. Some of the men entered -
the well known comedian of the ble parlor was filled with interested will inevitably bring a chuckle and present besides Col. Weeks, Acts of 1917 relative to the compensation ;> the building went up in the
Williams Stock Company but exceptfor guests who made the silver offering this remark, "Well here's another were Mr. and Mrs. W. I.. Wall, Mrs. i of county officers, to be, null :, garret and knocked the burning shlhgles -
a few members of that aggregation of.$12.20. I sucker lawyer come all the way from S. T. Doll and little daughter of and void, so far as It places a ban on out, while Mr. Stump plied the
all the actors and singers were A paper concerning the settlementwas California." Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. fees and tommi lllonll. hose of his extinguisher In a few '
local talent. The leader knowing his read by Miss Amelia Ray, who I For according to Lee Graham' of Brownlee and (children Mr. and Mrs I Sheriff W. C, Spencer, of Hlllsboro I minutes the fire was out. -
business, and his company being in stated that this settlement was com Gainesville at least 50 prominent lawyers J. E. Wilson of Gainesville; Mr. and county was respondent! in the friendly The fire seems to have originated
dead earnest to succeed and being all posed of church school, community and bankers have travelled clear Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children of i suit which was brought by Attorney from burning soot falling on the dry
talented people it was no.wonder house and free clinic all for the benefit from California here, the victims of Brooker; Miss Edwina McBeath of General Buford. The opinion/ Is shingles. Very little damage was
that the evening's amusement should of,the foreign population of West an amazing confidence game before Jacksonville. l by Chief Justice Thrown, concurred in done! "!i-
upon conclusion be pronounced the Tampa.An II! they knew they had been flimflammcd. t I by Justices Taylor and ] Ilis. Judges 0

best' of its kind ever known in Starke instrumental Bolo was delight- The game has progressed without interruption CLOSE CHURCHES ON !SUNDAY Whitfield and West dissented. OODLAWN ,I
The performance lasted two and a fully rendered by Miss White and because no lawyer who fell While the act has not materially ,,

to 'half hours and consisted' of repartee Mfa. L. G. Powell gave as a reading :, victim to "Gainesville Pete" had the Bill Passes CongreRK Cloning All decreased the salaries of officers In Woodlawn, Feb: 25.-J. S. Norman
comic plays dancing and singing., In "The Rose," one of Riley's exquisite temerity to write his sad experience Churches on Sunday the small counties, in Hillsboro and and daughter, Miss Lewis were visitors -
spite of the rainy and blustery weath- poem Mrs. D. E. Knight accom- I I' until one brave barrister of San Fran Duval counties it has in some instances to Stftrko Saturday.
t er the performers were greeted by panied by Mrs: A. Z. Adkins charm cisco wrote a warning to the membersof Ministers work too hard. Six days cut the salary of the officer to lens Master -Stafford Valencia, of Jacksonville
e 4 ""a full house and the Club was enab- ingly sang "Who Knows?" and "The his profession.' than 20 par, cent of the net receipts. is
they have to visit their flocks eat all here spending the week
led to add to its Promised Land." Luclle Mitchell Whereas, the clerk of the circuit court
quite a snug sum delighted with his
It appears that a young man by kinds of sweets and dainties. They grandparents, Mr and Mrs.
exchequer her audience with a reading the name of "Pete" Whidden has been must have> a day of rest to get their of llillsburo county would have re.reived D. B. Browning.:
The cast included Messrs. Harvey "Is It Love?" which was followed by I, about $5,000 a ,your under, thee j Walter
making the rounds of) California law digestive organs in shape.. So tho bill Wllkersnn spent Sunday in
Demorest Ross and White, professionals two aklng encores.The provisions of the act, he will receive'
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offices, seeking private consultationswith that has passed the senate will put' Wateroak section guest of rela
and the following: local talent: gracious hostess assisted by attorneys. "Pete" begins his the ban on alt Sunday work for the :> this year between $20,000 and $25,000: tives.Messrs.
Miss Anna Canova, Powell Carpenter her daughter: Ruby., and Lucile Mitchell with the fee system again in force. | t
conversation by telling the victim that ministers; i 1, Troy ami Leon Norman
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Roscoe McI.aneJ. Kirk Lewis O. L. served strawberry Ice cream and ho is from from Of above is The Increase will average about in .
a fugitive justice course' 4he not so but spent Sunday Lawtey guest of) relatives.
Haynes Pete Canova; Leo Canova wafers", and to each guest was given I Gainesville Fla. After explainingthat just suppose these headlines should $10,000 to each of the principal officeholders {
Willie Strinpfellow Har< d Wall N. a bouttonaire of) violets. in self he sheriff In Hillsnoro and Duval coun- Mr. and Mrs. Louis
defense killed a stare at you from your favorite paper' H. Hill of
Sternberg.The down there by shooting him and some morning. Can you imagine the I I I,ties. __ _.__ Lawtey, were visitors here Sunday
performers were so well satis out his brains with the butt afternoon 1
BUSINESS BOOM FORECAST smashing roar that would go up from these 11
fled with the outcome of their enter- of his revolver he will add that he fame overworked) ministers? I I THAT FORD..... LOAN A large crowd attended a sing at
prise that they have decided tq give Forty-five Million Wage Earners Look was convicted of murder in the second Can you imagine how they would l I the home of Mr and Mrs S. T, Starling
presentations in the neighboringtowns Forward to Industrial Revival degree jumped his bonds-and ravel Can't you hear them yell ? Henry l Ford is reported in the market Sunday night
'In the near future. then he will blood which ma'am would be for a loan of from fifty to seven Master Marvin
start to spit Yes ; It awful I I Thompson attendedthe
ty-five million dollars. Which indicates ,
A cut of $0,000,000,000 has been he claims is the'result of a lung" hay Still tha Us exactly what they: are I I. that last he has show at Lawtey Saturday night:
at been forcedto I
CRICKET MOLES ERADICATED made.ln the payrolls of the American' ing been infected while In France trying to do to you and I, who believein Mesdames S. I1. Thompson, I). L. '
BY TURNING IN LITTLE PIGS .wage earners during the past six Pete next Informs the attorney that our rights to have Sunday recre Hut pay this a repair is the bill first to time some it one has else Phillips and (daughter Miss Debbie
months. Forty per cent of the great when he jumped his bail he took the ation. They woujd take it away fromus. I I been inferred could do that much ever wero shopping in Lawtey Saturday
In the last issue of the Farm and army of 45,000,000 workers have been small sum of $30,000 with him in actual They would close stores garages damage to flivver.you afternoon
Live Stock record was a reference to affected by reduced wages, short time money to supply his actual necessities Xheatres; and in fact everything but The Detroit a historian's confessionthat I). B. Browning was a business visitor ,
the eradication of the cricket mole. and'unemployment. The remaining 60 for a few months. After an- their churches. he is in deed of ? to Jacksonville Thursday
A few years ago a friend of mine per cent, with a few exceptions, it is other violent fit coughing! he explains But they cannot put it over if YOU a chock to millions' of money Ford comes as. Miss Debbie Phillips was a visitor o
had a lot of pepper plants ruined by predicted will be affected some time that brother Lee Graham, cash and I do our duty. We must IK our they short of funds owners.That Is evident to Starke Tur dd'y. ,
the moles and asked me to write to within the next 15 months.. ier of the First National Bank of representatives in congress and legislature but arc Our public road received a much
Gainesville and also to*Washingtonfor These are the highlights of a nation Gainesville holds for him in trust the know that we .do not want it. was in the they same never boat supposed with Hen needed repairing last week thE work '
advice on how to get rid of them; wide survey of the present business paltry sum of $2,160,000. Being now Write Senator Trammell.. Write Congressman I I to speak. them so being done under the supervision of

the replies were not at all satisfac- situation in the United States; This in need of funds he requests the bar- Drane Write your senator I Just what Henry wants the Mr. Canova of Starke. 1
tory and did not accomplish the pur canvass was made by government rister to communicate with or get in and your representative, if these men for is a mystery. There money The turners here are busy prepar
pose. agencies trade organizations financial touch with his brother in Gainesville do not happen to be your represpnta-I I theories One Is that those are annual many Ing for planting: and many are busy "
Some one advised putting ducks on institutions and individual bpsi- and secure $25,000 or more, giving the tives. Tell them you do parties with John Tommie picking strawberries J. M. Norman
the field it tried but with Blue Laws. Tell them-toll the world Burroughs gathered eight bushels Saturday :'
; was no success ness interests. Virtually every Industry attorney an order for that amount. Edison and Firestone the tire ,
whatever; later' some one sug- 'ln the country was questioned If the lawyer has been' sufficiently and 'we will show the fanatics the have been wild orgies of extravaganceand man,
putting little pigs on the field. effort '(rate.-Scott Les'lo's Mngnrfns. 'I LONG BRIDGE .. .
gested in an to secure authentic' reports moved by this time he usually writes that they always left Hen to pay ,
Three little pigs just weaned were on the present day business sit' out a check for $50 or more, which he the chock and tip the waiter.
secured and turned loose on the field; uation. advances to Pete and consents to act THE KAIROAD SITUATIONHigh I There is a vague rumor that the Long Bridge\ Fob 25.-Th sad
it was amusing to watch the little fellows Despite the big cut in the payrollsof as the man's attorney. Pete asks the I, party stopped at hotels charging as news was given out Friday morning
start to root and chase the mole; the American wage earners all barrister' to straighten 'out and take freight rates are killing business high as $2.50 a night 'nd everything, that little Elms McKinney daughter I'
In a short time every mole so far as signs: are said to point to a business full charge of his financial affairs, and low freight rates, under I', and that even when sugar was CO I of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McKinney was I II
could be seen was destroyed and like revival. Unemployment is reportedto giving him a note to his brother in present conditions would kill the railroads cents a grain ,the four always used I dead. ''She was 111 only for a short
wise on a field adjoining. Into which be waning. Business is picking up Gainesville to that effect.. lie adds Nominally the railroads have three lumps In every cup of tea. Not I time. The body was .j!aid to rest at
the pigs were turn d. here and there, and government experts that he, Pete, will proceed (to Australia been returned to private control, but even Ford could stand this sort of the McKinney cemetery j I
predicts that the present year where the lawyer may send as a mutter of fact, they are not being thing forever. S. C. Crews wu a business visitor '1
SHIPMAN GOI: .TO GREEN COVE bids fair to be a big one, industriallyand him a mere pittance of some $50,000 operated by their owners except f Another thl-ory Is that Henry start to Lake Ilutler Saturday ) '
commercially, despite the present a year on which to live. in name. They are still under the ed on the downward path financiallythe Donald Adkins was a business vis'v,
E. B. Shlpman has accepted a post' situation. It is said that fully 100 lawyers complete domination of the railroad day he decided to become a newspaper itor to Lake Ilutler Saturday 1"
tllon with the Southern Cattle FeedIng With the reduction In wages: there have fallen victims to the tale of Pete unions installed I in this position by the l'f! publisher. Nobody knows what Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crows of ''I''
Co., of Green Cove Springs. Be also has been a reduction In the cost Whidden and that at least 50 have government. From beginning to end ],' real trouble is until they try this one. Jacksonville, have returned home for f
fore he left Starke he loaded a car of commodities. A commercial agen travelled all the way to Gainesville! government management of railroads t And to make matters, worse, lien let a while f
with red and green cane to be used cy has reported that values have drop before realizing they were the victims was rotten to the core. The govern j' his editor attack the only peoplo In Long Bridge school had closed after *'
,for planting at his new place of activ ped 40 per cent from their peak in of a remarkable confidence ment permitted the establishment of I the country who have'money. A fine : a successful tfrm of one month J
May and June 1920. game. a system by which the employes prac thing to do just before going: forthto Pearl and Eunice McKinney and 1'f
ity.Mr.. Shipman is a good all round In order to obtain an idea of the cut tically dictate the management of the I make a touch! I Avy Renfroe are numbered on the .;

farmer and has the theoretical knowl- in the payrolls of) the working peopleof RAIFORD roads. I Still another yarn Is that Mr. Ford nick lilt 11
edge of the business that is necessaryfor the United States it Is necessary ... Every farmer merchant and manufacturer ',', is to go Into the moving picture busi l' P. B. Crews was a business visitorto ; \\I''
success. We congratulate the Cat' to go back to' the census figures of Raiford Feb. 26c. B. Macclennv who sees the effect of the ness. His cars have supplied most of New River last week. %
tie Feeding Co. on securing his' servl- 1910, which placed the number of of Macclenny was in town Wednes' high freight, rates which now must be the moving picture comedy scenes for home Janie after Williams has returned successful to her
eos. ;"I workers at approximately 38000000. day. paid should realize that he i Is person fifteen years;' it would seem about teaching a I
term at Long Bridge.BAPTIST.
In- 1918 the government estimatedthat W. H. Andrews, Harley Moore Car- ally responsible for this crime against i time he got some royalties. I
SUGAR- 4% CENTS OFFEREDBY it required seven workers to sup- los Johns were visitors to Starke on business to the extent that he permitted Our own theory ia this f t fL, ,
CUBAN COMPANIESNew port a man in khaki. There were Thursday. the government to turn he rail- Mr. Ford l is at last to turn out a 1,1't '
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about 5,000,000 men in the army and Mrs. C. D. Addison and little son roads over to the railroad employe. car equipped with a horn that won'tbe 'i
I York Feb. 23.-R. B. Hawley it Is estimated that the army of wage Lowell of Jacksonville were guests Officers of railroads have little or no an embarrassment rather than an Sunday school, 10 a. m. ,
I president of the Cuban-American Sugar earnest must have been 35000000. It of Mr.,and Mrs. A. D. Andrews Fri- control over their management.: Theyare asset.' Them is no flivver owner whoisn't B. Y. P. U., 6:30: p. m.Preaching 1
11 a. m., and 7:30 m.
Company and a member of the is now placed at 45000000. not real manager They are humiliated about fifty humiliations p.
': miffar finance committee' appointed Government officials do not know day.Mrs.. W. W, Farnell) and non, Wilbur merely puppets played upon by rail to the gallon by that darned evening.Midweek engagement: Wednesday t r
by President Mensal to normalize the how much wages were advanced since Jr., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. road employes. So long as the em Ford horn. It emits a feeble squawklike Baptismal services for all f I
' sugar market in the United States before the war. A federal survey C. Joyner.B. ployes can, under government direction a young but catarrhal duck call waitingcandidates
announced today that the committeehad however was made last year in 80 ., 1. Taylor of Jacksonville was absolutely dominate the manage- Injr for hie mate and hoping said mate Sunday evening 7:30.. p. ,I
made is first offering of he raw states among hundreds of industrial, transacting business here during the ment of railroads lower freight and will not ahow up. m' m
product to the American trade. commercial and other business estab passenger rates are an''Impossibility. It Is a dead give-away. You blow BLANCHARD D. LAW "
The price was fixed at 4% cents a lishments. These reports show that week.Wilma Andrews of Jacksonville Railroads, loaded as they are with the darn thing as a sign to the automobile Pastor. '

pound cost and freight, to United wages advanced nearly 245 per centon was the guest of her grandparent., government extravagance and' government : ahcnrl. But the driver just ME "
States ports and 4.60 cents a pound f. June let over 1914. f Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews Friday. Inefficiency /md government takes out his fly swatter as a matterof IST. 1
o. b. vessels in Cuban ports. These The average estimated annual pay Carl Andrews spent the weekend permission to railroad unions to run precaution, and otherwise l ignores .
offerings Mr. Hawley said, met with of the workers In 1914 was about $600 in fake Butler with friends and rela- every detail of the railroad business, you. Thousands of Ford owners go: Sunday school 9:45: a. m. .
rate of increase to that each month result of the futility Preaching 11 a. m., and 7:30: p, m. ,
ready acceptance here and in Canada. Applying the tives. are headed down the road to ruin up- mad as a
He added that the prices named were figure. the average annual pay in R. J. Andrews was a visitor to less a change takes place. of the present Ford horn. If Epworth League 6:46: p. m. .'
subject to change. at twenty-four June, 1920 w'as $1,600.) Jacksonville Monday The ruination of the railroads the report l is true that he seeks mon Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:80
hours notice. A fair normal growth, making allowance The public school closed here Fri' would only intensify the inadequacyof ey to equip the 1922 cars with adequate P. m. ,I',
Come and with and twill
worship
for the rush of women intp day. A private school being taught transportation, facilities. horns we hereby pledge bur- us you i.
be welcome.
Havana Feb. 23.The Cuban sugar industry during the war period would by Mrs. Handley and Miss Lucy Per If railroads should be turned back selves to raise a $75,000,000 loan for {.
ales commission has offered for sale bring the number of wage earners up to government control condition him from appreciative Ford dlsCiples.II. J. C. DIGG8
100,000 tons of sugar at 4% cents cost to 45,000.000 or) a total wage paid of ry.A box supper was given at the would be ten times worse. We would I. Phillips in the Magazine of Pastor.

and freight. The commission has not about $67,500,000,000) schoolhouse Friday night. The proceeds simply have the mistakes. and the in. Wall Street. ST. MARK'SRev.
received an acceptance of its proposi- When the business depression that were to go to the school build- efficiency and higher rates Intensified. ,,
tion.. followed the war became general over ing. Every well-wisher of the country ev BURIED AT KINGSLEY -
Edwin G. D. D will
The object of the sugar sales com the United States and every Indus- Misses Register Fryer Harris and ery man who ship a pound of freight Weed .
mission J i. "ot to fix a price for the trial renter, large and small, from jthe Epperson of Lake Butler, were visitors every man whose business is hampered Funeral Director DeWitt C. Jones .make nett his annual visit to this parish
sale of t> -ent crop in bulk but Atlantic to the Pacific was affected, to town Friday night. by railroad Impoverishment and received Tuesday the remains of Dozier Sunday.
manufacturers began to re- I well M. Forsyth consigned to him by Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
to..seil sugar by lots at convenient numerous railroad Inefficiency may pray '
trench. Workers were placed on reduced Undertaker M. A. Davis, of Pal atka.I The bisho visit la an unusual occasion
prices in order to pro-rate losses or WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY EX- to be delivered from government con
profits among the sellers.It I schedules In some instances. In ERCISES j, trot, or the control of railroad brotherhoods. I The deceased had died at Bunnell and it is hoped that many will
reductions. M I from gunshot improve this opportunity.
Is understood in sugar circles others there were wage Flagler county a
that the sugar: commission, upon receipt War time bonuses were removed and The Bradford-u ;h Behoof appro- Without a repeal, of the Adamson wound received in a mixup there re r .
of an offer at an equitable price I In numerous Instances entire plants priately observed Washington' birthday law and all other unwise legislation cently. He had ;'relatives !In Clay PRESBYTERIAN
sufficient to cover the cost of manufacture shut down completely for a period. last Tuesday morning. Gen. which tages the control of railroadsout county and the interment was at -
of sugar and provide for a I I It Is estimated that almost all t>f Washington's picture was decorated of the hands of their owners and Klngsley labs cemetery Tuesday. Services next Sunday:
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consider the the 12,000,000 workers engaged in puts it into the hands of. incompetentand Sabbath school, 10 a. m.
reasonable profit, would with flags of our country and the
I' reduc- the week the follow Sermon at 11 a. m., subject "A ,
sale of the forthcoming crop In bulk. manufacturing have suffered stag was made attractive with potted radical railroad union men, a During past "
tions. In some lines such as the textile plants and cot flowers. An Inter- more and more desperate; transportation ing new pupils have been enrolled Great Law. .
'The old high school building, leased and automobile industry the cuts eating program wall! rendered by the condition is inevitable. In the primary and grammar school Sermon at 7:30: p. m., subject
by the Woman's Club, Is now being :, were drastic throwing thousands out pupils.pay Until the country comes to a full departments of the B. IW.i: First "Counting the Cost." ,
remodeled. The work is In chargeof of work. realization of this situation and forcesa grade Ray force Victor Thomas Joe Don't be a heathen. Coma to church I
the baiJdin .committee of the Club } In the basic industries of oil producing rate, but on reduced time. While repeal of the unwise railroad legislation and Marie Brown, Iris Brown Wallace and bring your folk. Say as Joshua
and the fbrce of carpenters are under I lumber and metal miningthe the army of 2,000,000 railroad em put through by a socialistic SUcoic Randolph Bores Freda said, "As for me and my house wa Y
the direction of Ben Stllley. The 'workers have received wage reduc ployes have not had their wages cut administration, dominated by rank Cloverscttle, Joseph Thomas, James will serve the Lord." Wewantu.
building while 37 old is still tions. Many others, especially the their numbers have been reduced and radical labor unions., we can have no. William .Erownlec Catherine Miller
staunch,and the carpenters years find It n'> 700,000 men 'employed in the minefields In many cases their working time has safety for business of any kind.- Lucjle Silcox Miss Cecil Hall of Orville Moltt, of Jacksonville! was ,
easy matter tearing the boards out. are still working at the same Loon cut down* Manufacturer Record. Hampton. here to spend Sunday with homefolks. I





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PAGE EIC.HT -" -... URAOrORU: JUtWTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. __ _n FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25'; ,,11121. ei

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!' ''. here the past week He left Mondayfor Mr. and Mrs. Berryan Dyal of* ill for several days, is reported to be ',
"" .II, SIT'DOWN Atlanta and' Camelia, where he Sampson, were visiting here Eater improving, to the delight of her many C
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: 1JIf- - .. will make arrangements to come to friends here. I
our town to stay. He will be day.Jim and Frank tij .
MINUTE away Reynolds son, were
1 A about two weeks and will occupy in Starke Saturday. j FIVE MILE, ri,1
i . County e.ws Items 1 1it ( rooms at the Houser Hotel upon his. Oscar Wasdin has returned from .
AND THINK return. Lake Wales where he has been work Five Mile, Feb. 25P.., P. Dekle f
& -. 1 1 J -SSSI Mr. Humphreys, of Brooklyn, was ing.O. | and son, Julian, were trading. .in Dukes L LI
transacting business in Hampton on W. Dyal made a business tripto I I Wednesday afternoon. ?
tcr .tln' r Os Gathered During the Week by Our J, SIZE UP YOUR CONDITION. LOOK Monday. Waldo Saturday. Jesse Dowling, of Dobson, was the

Regular Correspondent. AT THE FACTS SQUARELYIT Mr. Roberts, of Graham, was a vii Dewey Murrhee was in Sampson I guest; of his;,sister, Mrs. B. L. Duke, }i
Sunday.Mr. .' Tuesday. ,sI -
itor to Hampton Monday. j
and Mrs. Alford McKinneyspent I Dana and Gladys Duke '
'IL.. #"ri PAYS TO HAVE GOOD HEALTH Rev. Quick reached at the Christian : I were shop.
the week-end in Sampson with ping in Dukes Thursday.
r BROOKEK Drs. Allen and Noble left Tuesday .MOST ILLNESSES-ARE PREVENTED -1 Sunday church Wednesday.school work. His subject their son, Ray McKinney. I I J. L. Smith, of Lake Butler, accompanied -
wa.
for Worthington K, B. Murrhee was visiting in Sampson by Mr. Dice, were here on
W ,Brooker, Feb. 25.-Chesley Fogg of Allen Green, of Pine Hill, was In BY A GOOD SUPPLY O .1IF Mr. and Mrs R. D. Rawley, of Sunday. I i business Thursday
r i Graham, was in here Tuesday afternoon town Tuesday, RICH, RED BLOOD. TAKE Green Cove Springs, were guests of Miss Lois Moody .attended churchin ( Miss Ethel Raulerson-was the weekend
PEPTO-MANGAN. THE their daughter, Mrs. M.' L. Rawley Sampson Sunday. I 'guest of Miss\ Mae Duke

Mr. Humphrey, of Brooklyn, was BUTLER BUILDER OF RED Saturday and Sunday. I John Stalling and daughter, Miss I Jack Cox, of Worthington, was the
transacting business here Monday. BLOOD Miss Lizzie Rowe, of South Jacksonville I Viola, were visiting in Sampson Sun- guest of P. P. Dekle Friday. .
has been visiting here this day. j Miss Mae Duke entertained a few
o Hazen In the Watermill Lake Butler, Feb. 25_Mrs. Eastman -
Fred was of Starke, spent the week-end Either you are in good health or week. Miss Rowe was once a' resident I :Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart and son, friends at Rook Friday evening in
r' section Saturday. here with relatives. you are not. There's no half way. of Hampton and has many warm I Rand, of Brooker, attended Suifday honor of Miss" Ethel Raulerson.
11t R.T. Otitcenu has been on the. sick Mr. and' Mrs. Corinth have moved i You may think nothing of being a friends who are always glad to see I school here Sunday"afternoon. I I Dana Duke spent Saturday with
t? list for the past few days. from Raiford and are located East little run down. It may not worry her Waltet Edmondfion, of Sampson. 1 Oren, Kirke and Julian Dekle and. enjoyed .
t Mr and Mrs. Jno. Currency and Butler. you if you look pale. You may think Rev. Gibson, of Lafayette county, was here Sunday. I a rabbit hunt..
little son of Graham, spent Sunday Mrs. Guilford Roberts, of Guilford, you'll be all right tomorrow, or next preached at the Baptist church Sun- Mr .and Mrs. Frank Stokes, of Math Dukes and Marcus Dekle were
i ; afternoon here at the home of Mr. is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joe day. ,But will you t day morning and evening. He has Gainesville, were visiting here Sun in Lake Butler Saturday.
and Mrs. R. T, Osteen. Green. Certain it is when you do not feel accepted pastoral work for the remainder day. .j I Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O..Green and

''t G. B. Colson spent the/first of the Bob Green, of Brooker, was in town just right: you are not right. Thereis of the year. Alvin McKinney, of Louise, was children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
week in South Florida. one day last week. probably something the matter Mr and Mrs. V. M. Nuttel, of Pompano here Sunday. I W. T. Parrish for the weekend.Mr .
Rev. Ridenour filled hi. appoint Miss Gracie Fogg, who has been with your blood. And while you.can 'are visiting friends and relatives Messrs. Marvin Ogden and' Schell .and Mrs. Henry Alexson, Mr.
,1 ment here Sunday at the Missionary teaching a successful term of school get around and do your work you here this week. Byrd Attended church in Sampson :, and Mrs. Mason Alexson who have
BnpliHt church. at Brooker, has accepted work in the' are leaving yourself open to any ofthe.diReases R. M., King, of TKeressa, was a Sunday. I been visiting lends and relatives in
that are always waitingto business visitor to Hampton Monday. Mrs. John Starling spent the week- i this section and at Brooker 'for several
,,4 Mrs. G. B. Colson and ton, Rossle, high school here, taking the vacancyof
Williams transacting end in Sampson with her Mr. I days, left Saturday for their home
accompanied by Marvin Hazen and Miss Barringer. take possession of rundown peo R. M. was parents, j '
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l business in Starke Tuesday. and Mrs. Zeke Fairish. in Orlando.
visited Gainesville pIe.
Misses Clara Cone and Veda Martin, Patra Tomasella in '
h ;' were in High Springs Monday .and Mrs Claude Epperson and when you cannot enjoy your meal, appointment at the Methodist church LAWJTEYtmwtey.Teb. here on business Friday.
R1A. Weeks is suffering very much son, James Everett,, of Miami, are when you lose enthusiasm, your blood next ''Sunday morning and evening. --- Mrs. Murphy and son, Curtis, calledon
t with his eyes this week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Epperson. needs attention., I W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn, was a 25.-Enoch Griffis attended I Mrs. P. P. Dekle Friday.
{, ? yP >t' Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, was here Take Pepto-Mangan for awhile. It business visitor here Tuesday to business in Jacksonville on Misses Hattie Duke, Ethel Raul-
; Monday J. W. Townsend visited in Lake is a great tonic. It will build up your W .II. Jones, of Starke, was visiting Saturday.Mrs. erson, Clarice Long, Mae and Gladys
I r A Mr, and Mrs P. M. Barefoot and City Sunday.Mr. resistance to disease\ and you will here Tuesday. William Thede, of, Wateroak,J Duke called on Miss Norma Dekle
4" Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson spent last and Mrs. Joe Crews spent Sun- soon feel -stronger.! The Jittle red corpuscles Mrs C. B. Roberts, of Graham, was was the guest first of the week of her Saturday.L. .
'' Thursday at Sampson lake fishing.a: day in Guilford. are fighters. They battle with the guest of her sister, Mrs. Annie daughter, Mrs. R. R. Thede.C. S. Dekle, Mrs.\ Herndon and
Y 1'' E. T. Stewart spent the week-end Claude Odom, of Jacksonville, was a disease germs and win out when Johns Sunday and Monday. R. Sapp and family visited rela- daughter, of Lake Butler, were hereon "r
here with his family.A. guest of his parents, Mr .and Mrs. there are enough of them. Keep your Dr. W. E. Middletun, of Starke, was tives near Raiford Sunday I business' Saturday.
} L .' B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was a Perry Odom tbill,week. system well supplied. Then you will attending to professional business i/i' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone, of Brook J. 11.Iott\ of Lake Butler, was a
visitor here Thursday. Miss Lucile Varnes returned from keep well and you will enjoy life. town this week. ef', were visitors to Lawtey Tuesday. business ,visitor here .Monday
> ; Joe Warren, of Guilford, ia here Johnstown Monday evening after several But be certain you get the genuine A. A. McDonald, who has been at Mrs. R. R. Thede was a visitor to Romeo' Dekle spent the week-end
4 i visiting\ at the home of his 'brother, days visit with homefolks. PeptO'Mangan.. Ask for it by the full tending to professional business in county seat Thursday. here with relatives end friends
4 H. S. Warren. Ardell Drawdy of Five Mile, was a name-"Gude's Pepto-Mangan." Some South Florida for several months, is J. D. Randall, of Orlando, was.. a T. J. Dukes was the .guest of Mr.
R. A. Weeks was in Jacksonville! pleasant visitor to Lake Butler Mon people take it in tablet form. It 14 spending. a few days here this week. visitor to Lawtey Saturday and Sun- and Mrs P. P. Dekle Sunday..
,Friday. day afternoon. so convenient. The liquid and the J. Scotten of Gainesville, was vie Our farmers are busy planting po
s Fred Hazen spent a few day. of Mrs. E. R.'Poppell and children, of tablets have the same medicinal val- iting friends and relatives here Sun day.Mrs.. John Howe, of Kingsley, was tatoes and getting ready to put in
last week attending to business" in Starke, were guests ot her parents, ue. Look for the name "GudeV on day.P.. the guest Sunday of her daughter, other crops. Many are going to trya
f Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Tomlinson, this the package.-Adv. M. Geiger, of Theressa, was a Mrs. A. A. Smith small acreage of cotton this year.
I Fredand Lee Green spent Sunday week. business visitor here 'Saturday.M. Mr. and Mrs, J..B. Dye and son, of Norman Parrish, and children, Es-
afternoon here. Dr. and Mrs Seeber King, Mr. and W A TERMILLWatermill .- J. H. Saxon Is having a large Jacksonville, were guests Sunday of telle and Romey were guests of Mr.
+ I #; M. A. Clemon. spent Saturday and Mrs DeWitt McGill motored to the barn built on his place on Main street Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and Mrs. R. E. Fairish Saturday and
Sunday at Brooklyn. county seat Wednesday.W. Feb. 25.-E. D.: Jones, Mrs. Haywood and children, who Mrs Hattie Black, of Waeeroak, Sunday. .
} ) Rev. Joyner will fill his appointment C. Townsend is convalescent to of Sampson City, spent Saturday and have been the guests of' Mrs. D. W was visiting relatives in Lawtey last ('
G''{ here Sunday at the Free Will j the delight of his many friends. Sunday here with friends. Swindel, left Tuesday for Alton, to Thursday. TOO HOT FOR REPTILE !Ii,
+ { Baptist church. I'| A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday in Lester Pinholster. of Pine Hill, visit Mrs. Haywoods' father, Mr. James M. Starling and daughter _' f(
l Rev. Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was Sapp. a passed through this section Saturday Broughton.v were visiting relatives in Jacksonville Scene in Starke, at the tent where
here Saturday morning. Marcus Dekle and Math Dukes of enroute to Starke. Dr. Biggs, of Starke, has been a Friday.W. Panta-Gal, the cannibal, who eats fire,
'lt Ray Andreu spent the week-end.1 Five Mile, were visitors to Lake But Mrs. Alice Davis and daughter, of professional visitor to Hampton re E. Torode was transacting business etc., holds forth. 1/'
with relatives at Midway. ler Saturday. Gainesville, are spending a while with cently. in Jacksonville first of the week. Boss man to* negro assistant f
The public school closed Friday and Dr. J. M. Mann made a professional her sister, Mrs. Viola Thomas.A. H. D. May and family, of Alachua Cleve Sapp, of Raiford, was a visi What's the matter with Panty Has
t Miss Eunice Hazen is teaching a private visit to. Baker county Sunday He II. Warren and Bertie Thomas county, were visitors here Sunday. tor to Lawtey Monday.Mr. n't yelled for full five minutes; does
it {? term, teaching\ from the chart I was accompanied by his son, Howard. were transacting business in Starke and Mrs. Ira Rivers, of Green he want the show to go broke?
i .t' class! up to the sixth grade. I The O. E. S. met Tuesday evening Monday GRAHAM Cove Springs, visited relatives in East Assistant-He kaint holler, sah. De
,q q t A. B. Surrency, of Pine 11111, was at the Masonic hall and,at a late hour II. L. Gatlin and son, of Starke, Lawtey Sunday. snake he had in he mouf done slipped
here Friday afternoon I delicious chicken salad'was served. and Reasy Holton were visitors here Graham, Feb, 25.-Math Wasdin The Lawtey high school closed Fri down in he froat, sah.
Messrs.! II. R. Brown and P. M. Barefoot Rev. and Mrs J. D. Major and family last week. and Marvin >Ogden attended church day by order of the county school I Boss man-Why don't he git it outT
were in Worthington Sunday af I Misses Whitworth Sand Harrison Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hodges and in Sampson Sunday night. board, on account of insufficient fundsto I Assistant-Madame Polska Wursz-
ternoon. attended the quarterly conference at daughters were shopping in Brooker Earney Dowling, of Waldo, was in pay teachers ka, de unsurpassed Egyptian fortin
I' tL Mrs. S. V. Andreu and children Worthington Saturday. Wednesday. town Monday Rev. Black was a business visitorto teller, is tryin' to ketch de snake wida
I spent the weekend with relatives at I Rev. S. S. Proctor visited in New Mrs. J. Lewis left Saturday to spend Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of Louise, Jacksonville Saturday. hook an' line sah.
Midway.On River Saturday, a while with her daughter, Mrs. Al wag visiting here Monday. Miss Dora Clark, of Wateroak, via I Boss man-What yer"givin' us?
account of church services at i Miss Norma Dekle spent Saturday berta Stokes, of Willeford. Lonzie Goodge, of Sampson, was a ited her sister, Mrs. Jesse Reddish, 'I Tell Panty to swaller a big gob of
the Free Will Baptist church, the B. 'i 1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .P. P. Cheater Andreu, of New River, was business visitor here Tuesday. Thursday. 'I fire, and the snake will be glad enough
E Y; P. U. will have its regular program i Dekle, of Five Mile. in this section Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly were in Masses Mackery and Cole, of the', to git out.
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s at the Free..Will church instead ;'I Mrs. II. L. Sprinkle and son, Henry, A. H. Warren and Misses Bertie Sampson Thursday. high school faculty, were visitors to I I The experiment was tried and was
of the Missionary Baptist church. I of Reddick, spent Saturday and Sun and Alva Thomas and E. D. Jones, of Joe Durchel was in Starke Thurs Starke Thursday. i! successful. The benighted South Sea
s'! Miss Jones left Saturday for her' day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sampson, were visitors to Lake But- day.John Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his regular I Islander has found further cause to
i a home at Sapp, after finishing a successful ," W. C! Townsend ler Saturday. Starling made a business tripto appointment at the Baptist church j!! acknowledge the white man's superiority
+ e term of school here. Miss Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Borum and chil Those attending prayer meeting at Sampson Friday. Sunday. Rev. Boyer's appointments ,
Jones made many friends while here dren spent the week-end in Valdosta Dedan Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. W. Dyal and daughter, Miss are the first and third Sundays in I I
*'\ and we will be glad to have her back with friends. II. Warren, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lew10 Ruby, were visitors in Starke Friday. each month. Rev. Ezell's appointments I I Wauchula is to have a three and *
I it again. Oulter Boyd, of Worthington, wasa and children, W. R. fledge Mines Volley McKinney, of Sampson was at the Methodist church are the j I i half million dollar corporation and
Roy and Willie Forsyth spent Sunday I I business visitor to Lake Butler Saturday Rhoda and Reba Brown, Alva. Thomas here Friday. second and fourth Sundays, and Rev. : they propose to develop a twothousand -
I'' with relatives at Cooter'Pond. .- Mr. and Mrs Lando Malnes, Willie Black's appointments at Grace church acre stock farm and five thousand
Seeber Edwards, of Bradford, was Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rime. and Evan Hodge and Tom Markey attended Maines, Mrs. Sam Pons and son, of are every Sunday. :acres for a truck farm.
j4 in town. Saturday. I daughter, Johnnie, of Miller, were visitora the party at S. L. Prescott'a Mounteocha, were visitors here Fri Julius Eunice, of Sanford, spent
; .' Dave Green of Pine Hill, spent Sun here Friday. Saturday, night, given in honor of day. Sunday with his family here,
day here. Mrs. B. P. Wilson returned home Miss Louise Thomas. Mr. and Mrs II. H. Wasdin were Miss Mackery was a business visitor I I To Cure a Cold la One Day .
I Nr4' Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Morgan and son, I I Friday evening after a visit here with Charlie Kelly, of Ziff, spent Sunday visitors to Louise Friday. to Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. I; Take Mope the LAXATIVE Cough and BROMO Headache QUININE and works TaMnta.off.)he It
, Clarence, spent Saturday attending to friends. moYnlng in our section. Lem Brown, of., Sampson,,was here E. D. Sayles; who has been Cold. E W.GROVE"" signature oo each box. Site.
business in 'Gainesville.Dr. i I Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Carter, of Ralph and Vasco Hazen, of Pine Tuesday .
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, { and Mrs. Allah\ left Snuday for Johnstown, were shopping in Lake Hill, passed through here Sunday John Thomas and daughter, Miss -
.,3 M; Jacksonville after spending the past I I Butler Saturday. morning. Rhoda, of Ziff, were- shopping here
'$ week here doing dental work. I Miss Kathryn Dekle, of Dobson, Ellery Thomas and Purvis Lewis, Friday. .
Tt$'i, J. W. L. Pinholster. of Pine Hill, :I spent the week-end with relatives. of Ziff, spent Sunday afternoon here Alvin McKinney, of Louise, was a SOMETHINGNEW
attended B. Y. 1'. U. Sunday night. Steve Canon, of New River, was a with friends v business visitor here Saturday."I .
Mrs. Emily Abbott, who has been business visitor to town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown were visitors .
sick for the past few weeks, is able Miss Emma Dee Dandall highly en to Clayno Saturday. Lost My Best Customers-Through
to be out again. .I tertained at the schoolhouse Wednesday Misses Verda Watson and Lewis Rats," Writes J. Adams FOR'STAR'KE
4 :Mr. Shackleford. of Lake City, was evening. Shriver, of Brooker, were here Sunday "Used' to have the busiest restaurant
attending to business here Friday af I The Woman' Club met Monday afternoon afternoon. in town until news spread that
ternoon. < and the following program Jack Goodge was transacting business the kitchen was infested with rats;
d The following program for the B. was rendered utter a short business in Brooker Saturday. lost a lot of my best customers untilI
,is, Y. P. U. will be'rendered at the Free session! Lonnie and Llnnie Parker attendedthe tried RAT SNAP. Haven't a pest
Will Baptist church next Sunday eve Study on Good Citizenship.The B. Y. P. U. at Brooker Sunday in the place now. Restaurants shoulduse
it ning at 7 o'clock: subject fir the afternoon was night RAT SNAP." 3 sizes, 85c, 65c,
Song. Law Making. 125. Sold and guaranteed by D. C. .. This will announce to the citizensof
Scripture reading. Talk, Laws the club women are es HIGHLAND Jones, Starke.-Adv.
Introduction, Mana Andrew. peclally interested in having passed Starke and 'section
R rej' Pait I-Wilson Russ.a Mrs. L..E. Parrish. Highland, Feb. 25.-Saturday even' surrounding
Part H-Lorene Hazen. A compensation contest. ing. the 12th inst., Miss Ruth Parker Million Packets Of
Part HI-Mrs, Brown. Refreshments were served by Mrs. and )Mr. J. T... Marr drove to Lawtey that I have opened a Sanitary Steam
Part IV-Inez Abernathy King and Mrs. Harrell assisted by and were quietly married by Rev, H.H. Flower Seeds.Free It- ,
I' ,'' Part V-Leroy Forsyth. Miss Hattie Fowler BTack at the Methodist parsonage, T Pressing Club in Starke, for cleaning
Part VI-Truby Pinholster The givenat Engels of Jacksonville being W.' believe In
following program was Mrs. V. flowers around, the machine
Song. the Christian church last Friday the one witness. Friends of the> homes of the South. Flower. brighten The and pressing Mens' Suits and Ladies'
Pan VII-Laura Shaw. evening: contracting parties wish them .much UP the home surroundings and give that doe. the .
Conclusion. Song, I Love to Tell the Story. happiness pleasure and satisfaction to those who Work Coat-Suits and Skirts.
Miss Grace Fogg left Friday for Opening talk by leader, Mrs. Stan- H, S. Eagle, representing Frank E. [ have.them.
,, Lake Butler, where he has accepted ton. Wood Co. of Jacksonville, was a business W have fUled more than a million
': ,I'' a place in the high school for the bal. Scripture reading-Mrs. Crews vis'torWednesday, packets sadly grown of seeds flowers of to beautiful be given yet to Bring 'us your old Ties and we will
ance of the term. She taught a successful PI'ayer-Mrs. Armstrong. Gilbert H. Barker was transacting;
\, our customers this spring for the
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', :)". term of six and a half months Talk on prayer-Mrs. Strickland. business In Jacksonville Thursday. beautifying of their homes. make them look like new.
here Miss Fogg is an able instructor Bible references on prayer-Mrs.Prlester John I. Marr was visiting friendsin Wouldn't you like to have firs
i', ' : and gave perfect satisfaction. She Jacksonville Tuesday.C. packets of beautiful flowers tree
j o,'" also had an able corps of teachers to Song:; The Kingdom is Coming. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was a YOU CAN GET THEMI] Hastings' Will call for Clothes and deliver them
.if' ) aasist here namely, T. B. Pinholster,,, I The Church in America-Mrs. Mal- business visitor here Thursday. im catalog la a 118-page handsomely
( '; :#,(:, Misses Ethel Jones and Eunice IIa.lf1 -, nes. Miss Ollie Marr returned Sunday illustrated seed book with twenty promptly. Careful and prompt attention -
\ /. en. We regretted very much for the I Song America, the Beautiful-Miss from Mima, where she has been beautiful paces: showing the finest varieties .

,i' school to clone but hope to have them Edna Epperson, \Mrs. Strickland. spending a couple of weeks with her It Is full la of their helpful true garden natural flower color and_ to mail orders.
all with us another year. l'rayer-l\IT'B. Knight. brother, Owen Marr. farm
information
K. A. Andreu, of Plant City, spent Song, Tell it Out Among the Heath Delbert Sapp returned to his homeat very home, and, too that, the Is needed U
ac r pert of last week here with relatives. en." High Springs Monday after a visit you how to
r r; Mrs. Mary Andreu, of New River,, World Missions-Miss Proctor. here with friends. free.
\9 r was. shopping here Saturday Reading, Spread the Light-Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Strickland I Write for our 1(21 catalog<< sow It Call Street
s ,Little Grace Huzvn: was on the sick. Fairish.J .\ and children, of Kingsley lake, spent I is the finest, most valuable and beautiful
'f list the first of the week. :':" J Prayer-Mrs."Major.! Sunday here with friends and rela seed book ever published and
Uncle Charlie Wilson and daughter,, j i Consecration sang,'Take tfty: 'Wife.. tires .r" you will be mighty glad you've got It.
"' Sallie, spent part of the week at LaCrosse j Mizpah. Benediction. There Is no obllgatlr,- !ji buy' any LSLO.ANPROPRIETOR
' i with relatives. . HAMPTON thing. Just ask for the catalog
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Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crews were in I Send in your order for strawOO'1T)' I I H. G. HASTINGS CO., 6EED8MKN,
+ town Monday attending to business ticket. to the Telegraph office. ,Dr. Parks, of Camelia, Ga., has been ATLANTA. GA. .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1921.
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#i COUNTY AGENTS REPORTS germination power. Some seed de are profitable crops and'especially so I Hemy even carries .

j predate more quickly than do other if we consider their soil-improving

Lettuce for Instance, loses its abilityto qualities. As a hog and cattle feed
to
I ,,- Volusia-The acreage; planted in favor of the
( readily than corn. The there is a big point

1 'watermelons in this county this year time sprout spent more testing seed is well spent, bean, and the peanut is possibly one tha: ekes Dm1V' I/

I will be large. I because it takes just as long to plant of the best fattening feed for hogs.

,4 realizing poor seed as it doe good seed. At soil improvers these crops are almost .
Osceola-Truckers are small essential to the farm and no ro- .
though it seems,
L + boor prices for cabbages and shipping Strange tation system in the South should exclude HENRY WAS "near." HIS STRONG constitution. '
standstill. Other truck crop seed, such as turnip, rape, cabbage, . . .
is at a them.
bringing fair prices. About 35 sorghum, cucumber, cantaloupe and IN OTHER words, tight. CARRIED HENRY through. ,
ti are fruit is yet to be squash ran be tested easily on a hot Home Gardens-Special attention e . .
per cent of our which the crop market looks plate. The top of the kitchen stoveis should be given this year to the home HE CARRIED two pack AND DAY by day.

.shipped for weeks Many as good a place for this as any. garden. The land to be used for a . . .

wa' better than a few ago.rice this Those that pop and jump are good} 1 garden should be especial! preparedand OF CIGARETTES HE GREW more popular.
of our farmers are'planting T . . .
fertilized with farm ma'lIurt'
those that do not pop and jump are highly :
year It should be convenient to the ONE FOR friend Henry. AND HENRY kaew wbY..
not good. Count the seed before placing r . . ..
Santa Rosa-I have enrolled club them on the stove, then count home and well-fenced from hogs, cattle FULL OF "Satisfy" FOR HE'S nobody's dummy:
r practically every section those that do not pop, which should and chickens. Some plantings . . .
members from not be more than 20 out of 100 in any should be made in this garden practically AND THE other containing. AND NOWADAYS he not only..
f of the county. rase. I I every week in th%,year and the . . .

I cultivation fcrinuld be regular.. and JUST ONE cigarette. CARRIES THE cigarettes
1 f Liberty-Have just met many of If the seed are very small, sucn as thorough.:' ---- . . .

r my club boys of last year. The blue lettuce, tobacco and mustard 'count AND THAT lone cigarette. THAT SATISFY. ,
fl Is gradually wearing oft and \this them out, spread on a damp cloth, Syrup-There are great possibilities . .p.

I ,J' county will be in for another year of roll the cloth up and place in a warm in producing high grade cane syrup WAS ALWAYS offered BUT FORCES 'cm on peoples .

I:, : Successful wOI'k.r 'place and keep moist. After a few in this state. It is suggested that . . .

r! .l ...-- days unroll those that have or have more attention be given to this crop. TO SMOKELESS friends. GIVES AWAY packs of 'ew.
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Madison'4+ gave two demonstrations not sprouted. At least 80 out of ev The price of syrup on the farm is certain

in terracing this week. Both ery 100 should sprout. to be higher later than at press 'V ,. ... WHO WERE all polite. 'AND, SHUCKS.' .

were well attended and keen interest If the seed are large, such as corn ent. t 'Jt ,.. AND REFU.S D to take it. HENRY ;COULDrnn. for'Mayor.
y was shown in both marking out and beets, carrots, pumpkin and watermelon Pork Production-Florida is buying!!: I . . .

aI ; making terraces. ;the "rag doll' method of testing is several million dollars' worth of pork ____ AND SOMEHOW henry AND GET away with it now.
a recommended. Soak in water a pieceof annually. Every farm should have . '. . .

: r Suwannee-The production of cotton cotton cloth about six inches wide one or more sows and provide them WAS NOT popular.

'jl in this county has been abandoned I and of the desired length and wring with green, growing crops and sanitary TILL ON.E day by mistake. your friends the real thing-

'1, to make way for more and better feed out till moderately moist. Spread the surroundings . . GIVE them to Chesterfields\ I

. and for more and better hogs. This cloth out and sprinkle the counted Other Livestock-With the reduction 20 fc. centsrtialit HE PULLED the full pack. Odds are they'll find just what you've

4 accounts for the present .easy financial seed onto it. Roll the cloth up and of cotton acreage there is goingto . found in this wonderful Turkish-Do I

t x condition. place it in a warm place. With a nar be released a large amount of land, ill pecke,... AND EVERYONE fell on It. mestic blend-a smoke that by comparison
' row strip of cloth connect the doll in West Florida especially, that must A1.0 obtainable in round . seems way out of its price
'' This 'trip of tint of SO vaeuiun-aea/ed. WITH LOUD cries of glee. class-and it. "They Satisfy!
l'I Holmes-Farmers here are refusing with 'pail of water. either be abandoned or planted to our .

i, to buy fertilizers at present prices. cloth will serve to keep the "rag doll" feed crops. The most economical way e e w 0 .I.

l, ty Not one sack of mixed goods moist and thus .cause the seed to of marketing these crops is by feedingit

, has teen shipped into the. county. this sprout, if-good. to live stock. Every farmer, there I I.

; i! t r rteanon. Seed mdy be planted in moist warm fore, should strive to increase his livestock I't
counted especially in good: beef and dairy to'
i4 earth and the young plants '
t Orange: -Our fair promises to rank and the percentage determined, but cattle, so as to have a sufficient ,_t. ,I"
right: along with the state and South determination by this method cannotbe number to consume the surplus feedon ;;

:\ Florida fairs. The fragrance of the made as quickly as by.those methods the farm. Where advantageous "1

1{ r C air about citrus groves proclaims that mentioned above. situated, farm dairying will unquestionably I''

,h} C, ''t spring is here. prove pi on table. Livestockwill

:: d GETTING KID OF,THE CABBAGE not only pay a good profit for ef .

3 f Srmlnole-Farmers of this county BUGS feed consumed, but will\ very materially fr4Eq ,

: are placing their beef, pork,mutton, increase the supply of farm manure CIGARETTES

'1 poultry and dairy products in, cold Are you acquainted with the Harlequin thus saving the .fertIlJty' that .

y i t. '"I storage for future home consumption. cabbage bug? Have you had otherwise would be sold from the LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co. ,

1 such of your vegetables as cabbage, farm.

\i. i la'hulI--More boys enrolled for collards, lettuce, etc., eaten in summer Poultry-Florida is not growing w.

club work this year than any previous by red, yellow and black bugs? anything like the poultry that is needed .. k--- I
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II .::! :::. : = .. _
school having club - -- -- J aw
year. At one no That bug is the Harlequin cabbage in the .state, and it is recommended
3/ members last year, 23 boys have been : and urged that much more atten- those who stay by it. Now is the time I Newman Children do ..._........*... K.00 W Bakdrn do _____i__.________._. I." ,
bug.The Martha McDonald do ..____....__... BOO -
, J' J enrolled in the corn and pig clubs. mouth of this bug Is adaptedfor tion be given to this valuable branchof to Bit steady in the boat, and bend Alice Bryant do .______.___._...._.,. 2.60 Total -?.__."_._- _.. __.__ __h__. 21S.81 'J i
1 piercing the tissues and suckingthe the livestock Industry It will pay. every energy to the improvement of E C Byrd do ___.______.-___._?__.. S.00 ;
_ _._ _
*, L F Melvin do 4 00
Gadsden-Have just entered upon sap of growing plants. It attacksthe Bee Culture-The proper handlingof your herd, while it can be done cheaply \ Catharine Crew do ___-__-__ _T._. 4.00Marearet fbe Quinine That Dot "hot Affect The Heel '

county agent work Have received leaves, vines, tendrils and stems. a few hives of bees upon every and easily. So you will be in position Robert do _......-.__.._. S.00 Became of its tonic and l.xuflva effect. LAXATIVE ;
promises of co-operation from all the to take of the tide Willie Martin do .._.,_.__..__.. 'SOD BROMO QUININE (Tablets, ) can be taken ..-
the will both and advantage
increase rapidly during farm profitable
The bugs prove Jack Nettln do ._:1...,.._._.._. BOO by anyone without caaaind\ nervou.ne. or
t r banks and many other businessmen summer, the Increase during the season interesting. These few colonies of when it turns, as it surely will. I I Mr. Mary Tyro do .--.__._.-.-;....!. 4.00Mr the.head.. E.W.GROVE'/Jeil\lIetunlCJDboL/ rloillas 3Uo. 1-
of the county including: merchlmb *. Tom Dual do _.?..._._.:?_ t.00
if unmolested, being enormous. bees will furnish the farmer and his Look at,these figures and see if we Mr. Snrnh Kutdon+ do ___. __-. B.00 wwwwwwww wwww..w r.
teachers and newspaper men. Soon after the .first frost of early family with an abundance of delightful are not right. The number of hogs Kate Collln. do -__......-.-.__.. S.00Kate .h Y'
and crawl nutritious food the minimum I Pra.ier do .._-....-__ B.00
winter the adults nymphs at in Florida is less than one year ago Jerry John do ............_...._.: 8.00 '
Walton-We are finishing plantingthe between and into the folds of leaves cost and a ready sale can be found by 95,000, and in the United States Manner Dyal do ...................... E.00 "Cascarets" if
i largest blueberry farm yet knownof of old plants, under rubbish at the always for any surplus and at a pro the number has decreased by &,078,- M M HudHon do ..._.:_?_.,.______._ 8.0n .
Carrie Albert do ____.._...___.. 8.00
in the United States. We had a base of cabbage: stalks and under almost fitable price. 000 in the same time. But the price Boll Cottrell do ...____..____.___ 1.00

large: gathering at our poultry association any convenient thing. All the today is at least a cent higher per I Julia Rnrkowltl do ..______...___ 500Asrnee
meeting: Saturday. nymphs perish during winter as do THIS IS NO TIME TO QUIT TIlE pound than it was in the normal times Howard do .................. 7.60 Sick or BiliousTonight
1l' Rachel Malphur. do ...____.___._-. 8.00
many adults. Warm sunny days will HOG BUSINESSWe of 1914, before the war. Do these I W J Fpperaon inquest J C Crew. _... e.BOA
St. I.ucie-We have held two farmers' tempt them to feed; then sudden cold figures mean nothing to you? .Do M Darby lltihU ____.___._.-.._-_..' t,ISTelegtraph
pub report eta ____. ..___ 9.00 ; sure I Let .a pleasant, harm-
institutes in this this week which are certain to follow; are see quite often in our exchanges the people of the United I -
county snaps you suppose ,, J W Morgan supplies elerk ?._.?.. S!.EO leas Gasoiiret work while you sleep and
e Vt' -both of which were well attended. their undoing. the headline "WhyQuit the Hog Business States are going to quit eating pork, G W Alderman indexing 600 In.t. ._. 7600 hv your liver active, head ,clear,

.J: 4 K Our fair has resulted in great educational Warm days early in the year bring ?" Which leads us to infer that especially when it is the cheapest Ci Drew W Co.Alderman aupplle axing clerk. jury__box...-__._.._- 16 7..60 20 ; tuinacu sweet and bowel. moving

b4 1 4, j value to the people of the coun the bugs: into action. They attack the there are people in the state who, meat in the market? Instead of go- Drew Co record book clerk ............ 45.05 I regular by morning. No griping or Inr
ty. first wild,plants related to the cabbage having once engaged in the hog bust' ing out of the hog business now is E W Haye. com tax collector ......... 14.44 convenience 10, 26'or 60 _. bore:

+ : that come wih spring. As the ness, are now inclined to give it up the time to go into it full strength. E W E J Fpperaon Lee wood Axing..-..jury.....box.................-.. 1800 8.00 Children lore this candy cathartic. too.

;. '+ 'Dft'vard-One farmers' institute spring and summer come on they at for something more lucrative. Sucha Tampa Times. John Mack janitor _.___..__........ 86.00
W W Hal.dcn waihlna at jail ._._.. 2.00
mistake
y i wan held here this week. Insect control tack such vegetable plants as turnips course would be a serious J L Underhill wood __'_'__'____. 86.00Btarke YE OLDEN TIMEHoop
in citrus cover and Brussels sprouts cabbage kale, collards We have really only begun in the hog Phone Co. phon. rent eta ___- 8.BO ,
L groves, crops PROGRESS OF THE NEGRO C A Knight _____....... 20.00
cauliflower, mustard, rape, eggplant business. We will guarantee that .upvr reu r
bee keeping were discussed by .. skirt
speclulists. Consumer. Lbr Co. supplies jail .. ... 1.42
asparagus, potato, tomato, okra those breeders who have built up fine C. W Alderman clerk eta ___......... 18886 1 were worn
.J beans and beets.Insecticides herds of the various breeds at great The Tampa Tribune speaking of thu City Light PI.ntt"hu _________..... 19,Ht by those who
negro exhibit at the South Florida R E Dull juror Inqu J C Crew ...... 1.00
first
Palm D'ach-The Hammond farmat that kill the bugs will pains and expense have no idea of: W B Brannen do ................... 1.00 asked
also destroy the plants, therefore pre. quitting the business on account of a Fair says: W A Urannen do _.................. 1.00 .Ii t the drurglit
Canal Point ia probably the mostinteresting Prof.J. the Under P M Padgett do __-____..___ 1.01J for "GoldenMedical
be taken. market.
ventive measures must temporary slump in the supervising direction of __ __..... ..
.. point in our county at the W Frlrater do .. ._____. 1.00 Dis
", R. Watson, entomologist of the There is really nothing seriously discouraging A. A. Turner, one of the most efficient H K Robert do l.00Korber
1: present. They have shipped more King wltneH do ._.___.__ 1.00 + covery" put
Florida Experiment Station recom in the decline in of the ?
.I than a dozen carloads of vegetables present many negro men in FlorIda R J John do ................._____ 1.00 up by Dr.
t' this five which mends the following: prices. It is nothing worse than a devoting themselves to the real J E Crew* do ____.___________ 1.00 Pierce over
i season, of were new 1. Clean up all old plants about natural i reaction from the excessive advancement of the race the Florida Chan H Register do .__.____._______ 1.00 Tr fifty
or- potatoes They are shipping nearly L M Well do __-__.__?.__?_._-_ l.no I years
a car of beans day. the garden or field as soon as the crop prices of war time, Agricultural and Mechanical Collegefor lamb J John do _-.___.?___. 4.20 ago
every has been removed. Burn the plants The writer has seen good: fat hogs Negroes at Tallahassee, part of .11m Con. do ____:. _____ 1.00 k Lnoll',"
;day W W Madden diet eattdip __..__
and bugs. sold for northern markets at 2 cents the state educational 10,00W N. C.-"Dr.
t.), TESTING SEED FOR GERMINATION machinery, local J Eprxnon inquest J C Crew. .... 12.011 t ?r
x'' 2. Clean I cup weeds and rubbishnear per pound on the hoof and 5 to 6 cent agents have collected the exhibits A 8 Crew eo arty ................... 8.211 pierc.'aGolden
j the cabbage field or garden; burn was considered a profit bringing price shown at the fair. Twelve counties R M Richard Inqu..t J C Crew. -?... 8.00 Med-
R A Green do Raymond Williams .. 7.((10
Much of the stands of all such rubbish in fall or early win.tel' There is no meat that can be produced were represented, and every one of W J Kppenon do _-.____._-._-_,_?.. 16.06 Is ical Discovery :
poor crops so quickly and cheaply'as pork them made a showing that O W hotna.. Juror do .?...-......._.. 1.70 a great medicine for me In
; farmers often get and which are laid any county O W Spire, do -....-...._-.....-_. 1.70 building me up when I feel rundown
} A to moles, mice and birds due to 3. Trap crops of mustard and other and mankind will demand meat' along should be proud of. For instance, the W A. Knight do _.___._____.___. 1.70 In health. It gives m. strength and
are early related plants, planted in as it has an appetite left. Nowhere Gadsden county "Farm Makers' Club" Gordon ........ do ....._.......__..... 1.20J lesh. I have been
r poor Hood. Without a good stand, J Nettle. do ....._.._....___.._.. 1.20 using It at dltreJ'oent
i 'e land time, money, energy and spring, to be destroyed by spraying, else in this country is there won the first prize on best boar; the : M Hlnekweldur' -.-??...__. times for thirty years or more."
produce LA
will get the bugs not destroyed in the such a variety of grasses and forage Jackson county Farm Makers Pig J Peek ..dh-t do .-_.?._. 'lUX -MRS., LUCY BEACH No. 1.
are wasted. We cannot expect to have Club I R A Green inquest John Moore ....__ s.14 Druggist sell It In talieti.To ? .
fall. As the at the of first
all bugs to .
plants adapted production won liquid or
soon as prize best
on sow
under -
make as much, where we have only a W J Epneraon do _.__._..._.._.. It.BB
half two-thhds stand. tacked the trap crops, spray with kerosene meat' as right here in Florida. There one year old. One negro boy took Joel GrllTI. juror do ____._..._,___. 1.10 ,
or a emulsion, 15 to 20 per cent in ia everything needed to promote vigorous first prize on a pig which I'd: GrlfTlH do .-..............._..__. 1.10
F Seed that have been stored for see showed a J F Thornton da ..*.....__......-.. 1.16 Stop a Cough Quicktake
oral months in the uredman's store strength, or burn with hand torches. and healthy growth and carry 210-pound increase in weight in 220 Fldney GHITI. da __...?.___._..?. 1.10
or 4. If any bugs miss the above the fattening process to its finish days, a record many farmers of the Erneet GrllTI. da ......._..?....?. 1.10 AYES' HEALING HONEY. a
}h even in the farmers' and truckers'I1r.nds :Joe Thornton. do ..........._,.._..__ i.ig cough medicine which stops the cough by
, are liable to have lost their (treatment and get on the main crop, This is no time to get out of the hog state may well envy. All poultry was John numpter witness do ............. 1,00 I healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A .
i it will nay to hand nick them at first business. It is rather a time to go exhibited by counties and in' trios;; Sam Bellamy do .._....._..._._ 1.00
R D Griffi. do _u__._ ___.._... 1.00 box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
into and fine '
i appearance. Pick and drop a into it full strength.It individual farm exhibits drew' Uire Small do .........-...... _...? 1.00 SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and
pan of kerosene and burn. is a good business axiom that prizes and ribbons from the judges. ('.lvn GrllTi. do .__?__.______.__ 100 Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of
5. If bugs missed by or the time in business is The farm II H William eom and mileage .___ 8.(10
to ?
are any engage a produce, canned goods, livestock i H P (;.:n.l' do ...___..__.__._..__ g.no HAYES' HEALING HONEY the salve
all of the above methods, they will when it is at its lowest point of de and poultry exhibited by the |I 8 T Howling do --____.--__--_.._nu (40 should be rubbed on the chest and throat
j GIRLS! HAVE THICK, lay many eggs in masses which are pression. Then any change that come 'farm and home makers' clubs of the I J M Brownlve do n.n___.._._ 4.80 of children Buffering from a Cold or Croup.
I C A Roberta do ........._......_. 7.40
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\ readily found. Gather and crush the must be for the better, yet many men Florida negroes made a showing that W J Fpnenon do .....__......__..._. 4.QQ The healing effort of Hay**' Beetled. Hooey]aside -
eggs. slight this self evident truth and indicates there is brains and good J P William wit inq Raymond WIN the. O".Trate throat combined Salve with through the h..le.ect01Grove' the' pone of

i SOFT HEAVY HAIRA rush into any business which may al' :, farming ability in the state among its Hum. ,,_n_ -.?_........._ ....___ Lob the skin MOD MOM a couste.
L W .____. .
1921 William do ----- 1.00 Both remadle.Bra packed In ems carton and thecat .
SUGGESTIONS FOR ready
FARM be overcrowded. citizens
One
exchangesays negro and the
exhibits of the I.ula Williams do .?_.?,._._.__ 1.00 of the combined tnauneat UUo.
: I boys' and girls' clubs show that the ,, Varnle Willl.ma do .._...-.....___ 1.00 Just ask .HAYES:
80 cent bottle of "Dundcrine" will Corn-It is not recommended that "Scores and scores of farmers I coming generation will have Jack Murphy do __....._u.___._... 1.00 HEALING your druggist for.
HONEY.
among
not, rid : W E Mlddleton m d Inq E C Turbuah.. 1000
only your noalp of dentnutivetlundmir the Florida farmer plant corn as a throughout Florida, as well as elsewhere I it many of the best farm and homemakers i I Floyd Green do ..---...--.....-..-.. 8.H*
UM! step fatting hair, but Immediately money crop by itself. A liberal acre are getting out of the hog and in the South. Jacob J John. do _.___.___?._?. g.06 I
: your boar seems twice a* H Auiitln juror do _____._...._ 1,16
abundant, and no wondrous gloBBv. Tut age of corn to supply his own needs pork business, quitting, selling out A L Alvare. do _...________..___ ?.? i.m
1'' .'Da+. <>rlne" save your hair.. Have Iota has its legitimate; place in any rational for any price and walking off. The Colds Cause Drip a4 laflaenM !' O D C Sweat do ..__._...._..._..._.. {."t I Jot1her
W
Alvare. .
do .
of long heavy hair, radiant with hI. system of farming in Florida. feeling seems to prevail among hog. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove. the''Ieall00 K C Con. do ___-.__-_--...-__---._-__-_-_. 1.IB >"

And beauty. This should be planted on well-pre owners that, unless they cell at once, .,. There I.". only.. ma ro"11 Oulnlre. | J B Sullivan do _._?___._._____. 1.11
pared land and properly fertilized. their stock and will have tM. 'r- N D W.Inwrlght.dnnet tax aa eato*.. 100.00
property I'I'I
M F Brown premium. eomra bond ___ 10.on
Along with the corn always should be gone even further down the scale of BILLS PAID BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DeWItt C. Jon.. .upplle. jail __?_ 4,61
planted cowpeas or velvet beans. values, and that they have just simply General Fin. E E Petty pauper _.__?.?---..._. 8.00 I Child'
Amando Thomu. pauper _.__..____ Give Sick Bilious
IS no
Doc on'. Liver Tone Sweet Potatoes-This is a crop got to get out at once." Mr.. n M. McKnlitht do _._- I.nlll I Total _______________.._____.__ ,
it which has not been properly appreciated This is an altogether wrong and Nancy Conner do ----_.._ ; IIH 11.011 County Fine and Forfeltar Fend: "California Fig Syrup"
in the South. With the perfectIng foolish idea. As policy i it is Martha RIKn do -,--- nZTTIT Lie Turner., Drug Store medleln for jal1_ .CI"'I
a su I.. I*. Hairan do _==.,-_.,-.= =:: e:HA W J Eriper.on feeding prisoners ,, _
Killing Calomel Sale of the sweet potato curing and cidal. Never worry because you seethe U..ta Hunter do ___.___T,-_-__ i.nt(, W W Baiidcn guard at jail _--____?_-- T-
storing louse any farmer should be price of your herds going down. Elisabeth: Hunter do ______ -._____ 4.nn R A Or..,, oaM 'red Deaver ...___ I.78 "California Syrup of Fig- Is thebest I
Warren Heresy do ___________. lI.no W J Fppenon do _.________________ 13.on
able to build a small house on his own Price isn't always an exact Indication Aft/ .. Scott do .-___._ _..__ I.nn Wll.y Ilohiraon wit do ._.._..____n_ 1.46 "laxative ph sic" to gift to a
Dadtl atafc(D or salivate yourself oryour farm and save his potatoes With of value. We have seen the markeprice Tutu Clark. do ____?.,_;.:______ : 1.00 L J) Prevatt do __-n._____ .no sick, feverish child who Ii bilious or
sensitive liver by taking there Is Hannah tlarrU do .______________ 1.10 H A Green cane Jam. Coy ___ l.71 ronatipaU-d. Direction for babies and
pA8oIfM. which ta Your good management no reason of government bonds go down I Martha Wllkinion do ..____._______ 8.00 W J Fppernon. do ..______.._uu_..__ 87.aO ', ohililran. bottle. lore its fruity
oalomel quicksilver. why sweet potatoes cannot become a seriously in the market, but what man W. N. Newman do ---______.._. r.oll R A Green. ease E. 1'arrtnh .________ 8.87 i on Thor
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dealer sell each !bottle: of pleasant Mr. Norm Rawlin. do _____ ____ I W I taste. Beware! Say. "California" or
in this state. Certainly of and 1.1" J Fpnenon do ?___......___. ._ 27.20 ,
b-.nnl". odeou'. Liver Tone" under money crop sane sound judgment ever lost $.wan Kellry do _______.__..___... 10.00 ,, Cha.. Humphrey, wit do ......_____-_ 8.10 you may not get the genuine reooov
J ironclad, money-back. guarantee farmers are j justified in growing of I' faith in their value? If the hog: market Martha flatlln do,I......._____ a.oo T'red IVaver do .-------....--.- .. i.xnWilny mondod by phyaician for over thirty
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,, that the liver atoinach and I sweet potatoes, even as a food and seems depressed at the moment I John Wright do _n_______.__.____ I.no Hohlnnon do ___________ ____"_ {.JJ I I Don't rink Injuring your child
it regulates Wad. wynn do __ ,. _____ )'ft.1'III.
--------.n- ?? neo E Kelly do _________-____. J. I
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bowel* better lie calomel Fod feed crop. and everybody is anxious to get out Jell.." do ___ ._:-_________________ .nn R A Green. cue-C- M Undurhlll _._ i.g0, i tender stomach liver and bowels by a -
ing you ick million I Peanuts and Velvet Beans-These of the business, so much the better for Ervin;: J O Wllllama: do --------- : __ ease W J Fppemon, do .___, __________"._n_ 9.on I I r'!l>ting an Imitation fig syrupi Insist i
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HUnlnbotham do ::: =:.1 :
-- 5,05 W J Epponon wits,* .____._, j-0n. upon "Oaliforaia."



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FlilDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY/ rELEGRAPH._ STARKE. FLORIDA _ _ PAGK: EVE* .

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REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES, BRADFORD COUNTYFOR One Ford Tourlni% Car Kit Model Enirlnc' I
No. 1021*. .
I THE PERIOD ENDING SEPT. 30 1920. A. f.. ADKINS.
_f4Z :;, __ E. M JOHNS.\ Special
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i- .... 1 The following; report of the receipt and dlabnraerocnt of tin' fund of BRADFORD Sollellur for Complainant. 51 1.11-5.4
a SWIFT ISwecl-Purc-Cleon __ SWIFT Swifts COUNTY for the. period .mllim March 14. )I'?". ... I h .,' ,
I HEFHICERATOa toifls lYemium: I REFRIGERATOR hi| I outctandia end a statement of the **rt* mid llbllHU and the value nf county property roMMISHIONF.Rfl1 SALE t
= j Premium other thin school of the *alri Bradford county a. reported on the HO An of September, in CD.! by Notice f..tit tM'reby Jven that under and t>r I
I LINE J LINE Bacon i-I I-c the Hoard of County CommlMloner and the Clerk of In. Circuit Court I Ie hereby publIshed undrr tlrtue a :drew of the Circuit Court of f
: -. 1't 911! _OJeomargarinj_ th provision of Chapter B18 of the Law of Florida Act of 1916. r. ::'d'n: In and for th* county of Ttrartl' "' .
ERNEST the 22nd of
AMOS. Comptroller Amy January. 1021. In m j
I - certain matter ndtnjr therein wherein. Emma j{
t GENERAL FUND N. Ctri-tt. Slll Markham. and CharKa V. 3
hyatt, minor, t>y Emma N. (' .. him a-nard

NTM rVpoaltory twlance April 1. 10:0 .." __-._.____-_.__V___.__:___.__ l.OSO 41 Inn and next .friend. Haul. Clyatt Maaon and !
POITLN 0 Warrant outstanding. April! t. 1920 -_ _. _._-__-._.._._..__._.___._ 11100 Matter Oscar Clyatt minor and D. C. Clyatt. J t
- minor: liy Haw) Clyatt their next 1

7' Nrt bal.nee April t. 1'20 p_ __. ______________, _________ 7<.411VICEIPT8 friend an* complainant, M.jn'E', Thra: !
I /1 (I ; FOR THE SIX MONTHSl Clyalt I la d.nd.nt. authorilntr the under- t

/ From lax eollrrtor, lain ._____________________u_ 8.M141 lirned an eommiMloner to .lk'dfjlo: wine
OOSYON.E0SfV Comptroller, redemption _______.___..__....---... HO fitComptroller. descrIbed property, aituat ; :.- .
woo R. R. tax __--___._?__________--____..... I.*** OK I,.. Florida to-wlt.
/ CiTY riprka. mlaeellanenn. ._______.-?_....---.___.?_..- II HIClerk The Southeast Quarter of Southwest' Quarter r[
__ N IWARN *. Intereat. ____...--.. ____._...___...__--.._ 22 l>4 and on\h..t Quarter of Southeast Quarter \
DCNV__ 'iN -.. Clerk, fee uf raiidklate.p.__..______....___...... 84* DO ami South Half of 8o..lh..t Quarter of Knnth-
i -- CIT Clerk. sales| __. __ ___ '___________._______________.... 10.00 lI.nO.1 met Quartrr. nil In Station 08, In Township 7
; A 8n..th. Ranir 17 Fnal I alan th. Narthra.il '
I :: Making balance ___ __._ ______________________?.? 18.166.43niRIUTRSEMFNTS Uuartrr and th* Boot Half of Northwmt qu...- *
; L.5,7 FOR THE SIX MONTHS Ocr of Section 1. Towntthlp a South Ranff IT .
Salary of clerk of the circuit court .. county auditor and Kant eontalnlntr In all B40 ....... more or !r... jw
clerk to county commlloner .-_.._..._......... nl.118 will In Hradford County, Florida, offrr for 1at
Per diem and mileage. of eommlaaloner ...._........... SSI BO . and sell the said pn.n..rty. In front nf I
> \ -J Pay. nherlff for attendance op county eommllonrr. .... 86.00 the oourthou d"",,... during the legal hour |
.- \ Dalarie. ef other Officer and bpi.,.., of sale on Monday the 7th day of Marrh (
Attorney for county commlaaloncr ._ ..-.i..inn-T-n--it 26.OfSupervtaor 1P21. to the hlirhmt and lout bidder for ca.... I
i of rcgltraton. ( ______.............__-_... ICO.00 aid *.1.! being for the purpose of p...rtltlo I
ANALUSI AIA Repair to Count Bulldlnget of said UmU P

I Jail ___nn_-___ _.-___ ______._____..____,_____...-.. 188.M This January KB. 1921. J
Egpen.. of County Rutldlnnl U F. PRAUCK.

: : Janitor and other attendant ___..._._,......__...... 16000 R. R PPMMFRS.
I't Until fuel 1 and water --.oo ______________._______..... 121 w. o. imooKa. t
Jnuranc u_ __n.n_._____..........._....._ 227.00 1_-!!:S'-I-4__{Commliiiilon. -
(
Car af County PeonAllowance!
made to paupers outald of poor house and paid NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY POE

)* i : by. warrant __--__00 :_--_____................__.... 08S.8 SETTERS PATENT
t Coroner. Inqaeatalree Hereby notle la rlvn that the undfnBlirnW

of officer, juror and wllnceae. ...____.......____.. 69.72Inianltr will apply In the Governor of th. Rtat off
InqalrleiiFee Florida at T.ll I hi ..'H*, Florida on the 24

Meatthen of officer and err"iTM.*....,.___._..,.._?.., .___--_ 81.008ttlnrr day of March. 11121. for .Utter Patent |nnrporallnir .
4 and PrlnUr.il lthmnn Mlnorv.1 Water Company

General latlonrry, blanks, .... -..?___.- .-..-. tod 11Record under the following proposed. charter t
hooka .._ _on .. ______._.-....._..._.___. ........ ten COAdvertbilnr Artlcl. 1.
required by law and paid for t>y ..ounty242.50 The ".01. of thin corporatIon shall b* Ht-! "
ComnlMlonji paid to Officer l,ronn Mineral Water Company and It* prin

and now Tax aaneaftnr _ _-: _m_........ ..._m_.__._... tORSOS. ripI offlc hall 1 b'.I In .thh. w of Bturk,
Ta* eolleetor _. h _. ___--.........._.... ...--__--_ 1, BI.01Sheriff Florida, and IU I IH aonduetrathe \
reneral cnurr. work ___________._..? ..._____. 182.4n Pit and In such otlirr rlo* In Florida and ,
Clerk elrenit court reeoriftnir. and general court work* ___ *t.07FRpenami .rlp4whrr through Itrannhm. aa-vncl a or othrwl.r .

of primary election _--___.---.----.......-- 497.18fndexlnir *. a* may l nenMiry or convenient.
'I'HE m..t peddlr ol the old day, who killed Th.t swift and elerk. circuit court _.._________!..__..___.....l toO 00 Article a. "
sanitary refrigerator The onq'r.l
cars iiitnlne.i thronrnrtitlon
Hva atnck and than carry. Tick eradication) .. ._...-____...._._..? __-___..__ 4Acrieultural tr nature of the of
own gold the meat from your maat from ths packing plants to .v.., agent ._____.-..-?-_..--...,____-_____ 1833 18TTome shall 1w. to acou'it natural, nrHni
the tail of a cart Is gono from our larger town. part of the country. demnnHtratlnn anent _____..........--_.____.... lOP HO of water of any kind and qimllty. In the Unl*
d Stat .
( of Amrrtoa and In foreign
mititrlmfto
and cities H. wee a pioneer and did good and liP 4HContmmmclea
aervtc Expenses ntat county fair .. ..
but h* couldn't k..p up with hi. job. Crud. Dealer in towns and villages are supplied .. .. ---_--_.--:::::::: ::: ::::::: *7B.IS 5.4122.18 market<*Av.>,1on th*and w.orwrr...... I.of the any scoW and I to all Hell curls ana , d I

mithodn had to give wy to n... Ideas In ..nit.. directly and regularly from these refrigerator c.*. .prinm t to buy, ...n. lease and othrrwlne deal I I,
tion and distribution. T...avlnr -balance Sept 80. IKtO _..____.__________-_... 4.(MH liS In autnmnMI. antttmnbU P.'''. qntpment, 4'
Warrants outtandlnB Bept. HO, 1920 .____.....n......... 114 HODepo.IU.ry Mtomaorlm and aupiillea of and all klndai '
Concentration of And In cities tha i Ie any
refrigerator unloaded
population drove the peddler car to dial In hardware, machines and maahlnerr
and his wagon out and brought th. mod.rn packing Into branch bo"..., chilled and sanitary from balance Sept. 80, 1990 ___.____n___________. 4.tin*.40 of any and nil kind ; general meirhantHit. *. '
and th which deliveries made and to mercantile atorea of ..... '
industry neighborhood retailer in hi. are to your meat Chop operate any
plac. And all th. time th. meat Is kept so chill.d that FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND all klnilti i to loan money on mnrtuaami upon
real witato, and to buy and sell mnrtitairm on :\
And the modern packing business means this: deterioration if prevented., Depository ".I.n.. April 1. 1910 __...____..___._________...__.. 1.8118. 8OuUtandlnv real estate. and to buy and sell bonda based
warrant April 1, 1020 ........................-___...... *4.10 upon real enlat security. I in buy and sell )
That the farms and '
near repchea, the centers Swift ft Company's plants and branches are publle *rc..Htl.-. of any and all kin,'.. Includ.. ,.
of Itva Block production ar. packing plants that co-ordinated interchanging supply and support Net balance' April 1. 1K20 ____-n__._.___....__.__.._______..... 1I.1SI.BS log bondH Uiitpt1 by any. rtlMrlrt county mu- ,..;
assemble and manufacture th. meat products ing each RECEIPTS: FOR THE PIX MONTHS itlrlpallty' or *t.t. erect sell rnt
other when necaaaary so that no section shrill fine. __ ______ ___ __ I.I: i.Iu' f
you us.. From .. ._ _...__ ____ __ .? 770 Wl 77081) beam, use and ntauranta,
of tha country may ever lack its dally m.... I lunch eoinh'rs.( bottllnir work, I..thin. pools, '

MakIng b.lanee ______.__._ ...................__...... 8.M2.1IHRBITRREMENTH manufacturlntr plant. factnrlea. machinery
FOR THE BIX MONTHS warrhouaie and all appliance neemwary. or .
Swift & Coot of Criminal Proaoentlon iMherlff denlrah1 for carrying I on the above d.I..... '
Company U. S. A. I and doputlea colt hllla In criminal raiea ........ 817.ORComitablea. tusineso or biiHlneafffa i tn obtain purehaae.l . '
aoiit bill. In criminal cane .................. 8.RO l I..an* or nthprwfrw acquire any patent Hirht. .' .
I Clerk of the circuit court cost bill In criminal cane. .. II.84 formula*. secret. ,,""'..*. Horn. or privlln. "
County juriiro, CoSt bill In criminal ....... ___.._.....?.... 88.78 or trade mark ,and to manufacture operate, .
Wltne faea ____n_______._.____.________.____________ lIe so own. tll. ...IRn. ledge or grant licenses lampert "
-- RherffTa .commliuilon on fine., etc.. collected ...__........ (R6 40 thereof. or otherwise trade In or make "
Feeding priftonera ..._____..____........__...._.__...... MOSS a profit therefrom i to acquire, hold. ua*. "
lay of jurora. In criminal eaaea. county and juatlc of mortwair ....nl0....... sell) and convey. real '1'1

___ peace court ......___._____._._......._...____.. tOO 1.21246 o*lnl. and pernnnal! properly! In. .any part of ,
MILLER fund of Bradford Count for the month of Elisabeth Cole; do ...___. 7600 ----,----- the including in* capital aioeic ana ',4 '

January* 1921. I* true and correct .to the F O Echi-ll do ______.___- 81.0 Leaving balance. Bept. 80. lUliO ________.__________u.______.,____.... S.8IHM ,I-of any other corporation i to mak eontr : .
beet of my knowledge and belief. Mr J J Handler do ___._._._.__ ,a.ooJ Warrant outstanding Sept. 80. 1020, __..oo ______......._____..... 88.10\ .et. of any and all kind for the conduct "
Miller, Feb. 25.-Rev. E. B. Joyner O..W. ALDERMAN. E Crew do .___?._.____ 68.00 and management nf It. liunlneaa herelnbefor .'
filled his (!SEAL' ) Clerk Circuit Court. U a Bapp do --..-__-...-.-__... 66.00 Depoaltory balanc Bept. 80, 1920 -._-_ --._ ___.________00 ____..___ 2.408.U mentioned or any line or part thereof It la "
appointment at the Free Bradford County. Lucy Perry do ._-.-._.._....- 66.00Dorla Intended. and hereby expre-aly provided thai
Will Baptist church here Saturday B,. C. A. KNIGHT Scott do ...._........_......... 1I&.oe ROAD FUND the corporation shall have power to conduct ,
DafiUtr: Clerk. K W Gllieon do ......__?____? 66.00Lula any. each and every hunlne and line of biuil- .;if'
night and
Sunday.. Gibson do ____._...__....._. 11&.00 Depository. balance. March 81. 1020---_-__.-.___.._.____.... 8829 hess mentioned In thla article at retail, whnle- ,>,
Algar Thomas marie a business trip CLERK'S REPORT Fannie Jones do ..............___.._ 66.00 Outstanding warrant March 51. IVliO .-...-_.___........?__._. 19.10 ale, or wholoxala and retail, for .*.h. unnacrmllL.
Starke. Fla., F.b.I. 1921. W L Law do __..____.__.______. 76.00 on consignment or In any manner 1% -
to Lake Butler Saturday.Joe Report ofthe Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn I J Keller do __________._____.-_ 1I&.eo Net balance. March 81, 1920 ..._ _...___................_..__..:. 84.19 may an. fit. i ,
Jones of Lake Butler, spent the and for Bradford County Florida on account Lillian Cooper do __.--_......._____ IIn 00 RECEIPTS FOR TOil: BIX MONTHS Article, tThe .
week-end with Eurie Brown.J. of taxes *.....od for the year 1920.E. Bertha Nelaon do __.____-__._ 6800 From. comptroller redemptlona _._.._........._._.._ 90.h6 amount nf the capital stock shall be ,
W. HAYES. Ida. Chandler do ._..__._..._.?_." 66.00 Comptroller. It. 11. taxi. ___.______.................... 2.100.H7 1.11.41Maklnv Fifty Ihniinand Dollar, divided Into five bun. .j;.
L. Brown visited relatives at Ta. CollectorTo S K Kcllry do .___._....._.......-.-- 76.00 rirrd .h..... of the, par value tlf One Hundred .
Bradford County C E Kelly do .._...___._____._ $6.00 balance ___ -_ _____-_ __??..._-_..__...... 2.22862 ,...11.... each. The.entd capital eot.k yam w ;
Bland Sunday. County Proper C B McHcnry do .._____....__ MOO DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX HONTaUtTranferret Dollar each Th. maid eapllal lock may l>. I

Earle Peeples Rvtaited his sister, Jan. 1, to bal due _.._.__, _____._0181.1S Hattie Spike:! do .._____..____ sn 00 to Intermit and Hlnklnd Fund Special Road paid for wholly or In part with property, I.. r' 1
Annie Belle .of High Springs who is By amt collected ___......__..... 107.20 Vera Surrency do ..____._.___ 8n.on and: nridue Dl.trlrt No. 2 (A. C. I.. Ity. 1'a.oe: > _. 842.6lTransferred hot or services at aunh price) or value aa maybe .
S 8 Knight do .____._____..-_.____ 6600 to lnten and Sinking Fund Special Road fixed by the hoard of dlreeUira at a meetIng '

recovering from an attack of measles Feb. 1. to bal due ______..______._....9868.98 Hiram Alderman transporting .,....... f 6 00 and Held". District No. 1 (A. O. L. R,.. tax**) _.___ 5724 called. for that ptirpo. J I
and Wldowa'Pcniicn Fond G W Alderman recording ........._._ t.26.Innle Transferred to Intereat and Sinking Fund Special Road Article 4.
pneumonia. Jan. 1. to bal due .____..__-__.__.1826.SBBy William teaching ,....__...-.._.- 115.fln) and Bridge Dlatrict No. 1 (S. A. L. It,.. taxed ____. 1,181.07 Till corporation hall exist prnietiially a* j,4 I
Miss Grettis Thomas Is visiting her amt collected _,.___ __ _.. 17.67 Ruby Edward do .__?.-__........ 66) 110 Trannferred. to Intercut and Sinking Fund SpecIal Road provided by I...
-- -
sister Mrs. W. M. Thomas of New Bertha Daniel do .-_........-.._... 76.00 and lEnd. District No. 1 (Tax Redemption) _.____ 88.12 2.071.7H Article 8. I'
AU GrilTI' do ,. .. _..._. .___. 11600 The himlncM nf thl cortMtratlon hall lie
Feb. 1. to bal due _____.___________...1808.98 - -
River. County Road and Bridge Bertie Thoma do .....,..._.__......... 8 .00 .eavlnii balance ...___-____._____.__..____________.__ 158.H7 conduetHl. liy a pr,*'ldent.' one or mor vie '
B. E. Brown was a business visitorto Jan. 1. to bal due ___.___.___18014.M Eatelle Keller oo _________._____ 88.oe Warrant oultandlnir. Brpt. HO. 1920 __..?___._____..... 110Doponltory president. a .....r.. ... a treaaureV and a
Lake Butler Monday.J. ''liY amt collected .___.__............ 142.94 A 0 Jenkln do __._....____._ 16.0n hoard of director' of not lee than three ana.
a.-- 8 F Jenkin. do ________________-- S8.ee balance Sept 80 120 -.--......___..._______ 112.91 not more than nine. The oIN-ea of aecrelaryand
J. Bielling of Providence visited Feb. 1. to bal due ._____._.__..._<12811.88 8ophla MaHcenherft.. do ...___...___ 85.oe treaaumr. may lie held' by the same perTh .
relatives in this community Sunday. Fine and Forfeiture Hamel Hooper do ._______._..___._ 88.ne WIDOW'S PENSION FUNDlopocltory son 'c
Jan 1. to bal due ......__________1821.S6liy Joel. Keller do ...____.._______ 55.00leo. offIcers and director halt he electedby ..
Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes have amt collected ....___j._.__._.__. 17.55 ( Holland do .___._.__._.__.____ aoo.oo balance March 81. 1920 ___._..._.-.._-._.____.........._ 44 HOlulatandInK the atnekholilera at the annual meeting to. .
moved to Starke to spend the aum- Jel Wllon do _________._______ lnO.ne ( warrant March 81. 1920 _.__oo -__.___-._.-______...- 10.00 be held nn the neconil. Wcdneedny. In JanuaryIn : .
Feb. 1. to bl due ____________.--_1608.9S Mary Barringer do ,.*_____.._.__._ 10000 eaeh year al alien ho.... a* the 1-Ie_ .'1

mer. County School Mary Ingram, da .________.__ 100.00 Not balance March 81. 1920 .. ___'___- ___....._........._...... (4 "0 may prmerltie Until the organlaatlon; I meet. '\
Eurie Brown made a business trip Jan. 1. to bal due .____.__.______S2&81.1e Ada R.*glnter do ._______._______ 18.oe RECEIPTS FOR THE: SIX MONTHS Ing to he held on the. 15th day of March ,
to Starke Saturday By amt collected __.......___....... 867.81 Mary Johnson doKathryn ___..__.._. IIn.oe From tax collector, ...... ._..............?.......,..? C48.64Comptrollor 11121,' and until their tirecaor* ahall be qualified and- .
HarrilHin do ._____ 18.00 redemption) _._..._._.._.....__M.....M ft.97Comptroller. the following' ahall he Ihe officer* .1"
W. L. Douglass was in Lake Butler Feb. 1, to bal due .__________....8217B.76County Mae McKinney do ___.__._______ '15.De <<:; R. R. tax ____ _..______.._-.._......._ 697 1.1 11.415 corporation t
Saturday. Poll. Fdna Fppenion do ..............__.__ 15.oe :: l'reldent I.. A. 1)avlo.lat '. '
Jan. 1. to bal due __.__________.11BBy ... Fill Whit-worth do _...___....____ 11&.00 Making balance __._________. _.__._?.......?..?.._ 1.182.RR VIce I'realdcnt. N. 1'. Rltch ,'
A. goodly number of the youngerset amt collected ........__?_? 1800 Daisy Lewi do ....___._.______ 110.on DISBURSEMENTS: FOR THE BIX MONTHS End Vice I'renldnnt J. T. Qnlgley.Secretary .
from Providence and Ellisville attended Annie Moon do .___.__.____._ sn.ee 1'ayment of widow _____ ...__ ._._ ..._.__.. 1,01100 and Tre-Jiuror, J. F Puteh.Iirrrtru. . ,
n -- -- -
IVb. 1. to bal due _________.____.....1128.00 8 2 Wllkeraon ______._._-_._.___ /I&.oe _.- I.. A. HavU N T Hitch. C. S.! I.
'I' church here Sunday night. Total Bub School. Laura Wllkeron do ____.._..___ 110.00 leaving balance ________.__________.._.__.___.__..... 134 H8Warrant Matthew. J T Qulgh-y.I" R t.F.. thrmnreat.Artlcl ;
Denzil Thomas was in Lake Butler Jan. 1. to bal due _.__..__________OOOS.U Ida Hankemon do .__.......__._.- 110.no outstanding Sept. 80. 1920 -_....---......_.. 10 fin \
By. amt collected ,r.._.._____._&_: 50.47Feb. Carolina Clark do __.____...___ I/n.nn The hlghe-t amount of Indehtcdnea of liability
I Saturday. .l A Jonea do _______..___ ..._ 115.oe to which, the corporation at any tIm.may I t
--- Delmiltonr balance. Sept. 80, 1920 ..._.. ..___... ._.... 144.58
I. W. Parrish was a business visitor 1. to bat due ___._--_______....SOILS W E Jenklna do :._.____._____.. u.nn ? nulijeet lImO shall be 'Two Hundred and
Sob School Bend Sarah William do .____._____.__. 86.0e DRAINAGE FUND rlfty Thoinand. Ihillar. : I 4
to Worthington recently. Jan. 1. to bal due ...__..___...8218./1 Aval.. Abernathy do ..__.__.._ 8.oe Article 7. 1
Miss Thomas i jg visiting her __ ____ _... ._ .76II'll. The name and realdene of each of the *nkacrlhlng I
. B9 __ 80.on
Virgie By amt collected u Edna Frallck do .____ ._._ .
March 80 .. .. .
balance 120
Pfimiltonr .. .. ... ...................... 120110 Inenrporatfir of thl* corporation together 1
sister Mrs. J. M. Mott of Lake But Mary Ncttlca do .______...._...__ &&.00 14nIa ou..tandlna March 80, IU20 ...._____. ._.__..______...._._.. 2.418 14Warrant ,
with the numlier of anaraa of the ap-
____ __.____ ____ ____
1, to bal due 8155.51 Grace Fog do __._ ___.__. SPO.OO ,
-- nn
ler. oumiandlng March 80, 1920 _.....-?___............?.... 000 7,121,14N.H Ital stork auliacrllied. for by each of them ..*- "it
O. W. ALDERMAN. T H Plnholiiter do ._._____..__ UO.eo
Clerk Circuit: Court. ... .. .__ ___._._.. 88.00 ....II,., follow I '
George Shaller, of Providence pass- Fthrl ,Jone do __ deHcIt March 80, 1020 ___._. ..____.. _.... ..._ ..... 2.80e.14 chare .
- ? ? I,. A. r>avl., Rtarke, Fl., 80
(Seal) By C. A. KNIGHT. Finiee llaaen do .._.__._ _._._.. I1n.n/l .
ed through this section last week.J. Deputy Clrk. Edith Warren do __ .___.. /lR.on RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTH N. T. Hitch, "'..k.. Fl.., 8 .10..... 1
.. ._ ____..__ ___.__..__ 0,0000)))
____ ____
oo n.--5- .1. T Qnlgley.. ".. .ko, it'I la., I ahare..
S. Howard of Dukes was in this I. J Hubliard do _______._.___ 8&.no
Rinmie lleddleh. do ___.______..___. 116.no .1 F l"Iuthh, "Rtarke. Fla 8 shares.F .
Maklnn balance .___. ..._... . ...____.. __. .__ ,"on.24 .
flection one day last week. NOTRE OF. FINAL DISCHARGETwo Mattie Harlcy do .___.-.-.._-....._ 8600 S Matthiw Stark, Fla., 2 .h.. *. "
Albert Clark of Ellisville passed month after dt hereof I will preaept Carl Knight clerical work ..________ 8600 DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE illS MONTHS T,. r.. I'ownll Starke. Fla. 2 aharea.R .
my voucher and final account to the Honor- Bradford ('a Hank Intereat .__...-.- 401.61Fra __ __ _fc ._____...... 1Jantr--.n...._.__-.l_ -JTr-r_ e.ooo.oo. .F. Ilemnreal. Rtarke .'1.., t (hare*.
through here one day last week en- nble R. A. Green County Judge of Bradford Robert teichlng _. ......__ 6600 W, T. Week Starke. Fl... 2 .here..
route to Dukes. County. and ak to I.. dlacharped .. *xeeu. Ryder Knight do ...... _..-?...___... u.oo LeavIng balance ___._._____._____._._.__.......__._ 1.000.14 I.. A. DAVIM.!
toe of the estate of Mr*. Susan Reed Saxton L A Brown repair ..___- ..-___.__ BR.09 llnnd outatandlng Sept. 80, 120 ____......_________. 5.41814Warrant. N T. HITCH.
Murray Thomas was a business visItor
to Alachua county Friday.No Blanche Edwards; teaching; ..___.___... 6600 .'. F:. Firrrn.K. '
tM 22nd day of February A. O.mL a. () F: Khodon do ._______?--..-__-.- 80.on balance Sept. 10, 1920 ._._.-.______._. 12090 :. S. MATTHFWS

H. J. STEWART. O M Maine do _._u__-______._-__ "BOOMarcla T... C POWFI.I
Bxecutor. of the Estate of 8unn'Reed R... Turner do .._.___,---__._ 6600 OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FUND ROBT. .F tlFMOREST.
Worm In a Healthy ChildAll I Dnhhle. Phillip do ____00 _.._____.____ BB.0(1( W. T. WEEKS.State : : .
have ton. 1-26-81-4-22 Maxine Will,.* do _. .._..??__.. 86.00 ermaltory balance March, 81. 1920 .......__-.?_.._._.__..... 876 88 of Florid ..
with Worm ?
children troubled and an uo- Joe GrlfTI lumber ..____......._ 4S.00 (uutandlne warrant March 81. 1920 ..--.--...___.._______________.__ 28402e County nf Bradford .
blood. .
boalth color which Indicate poor a a I HILTS PAID BY SCHOOL BOARD O F. Rhod..n teaching .__... _._.i Oil 00Dehhle -- Tenionally appeared before n,., L. A.. tlavl-.
rule. there I* more or J...* stomach diitarbance.CKOVE. . I I H n Wlgglnaalary upt __ ___.__ l&e.Oo- I'hllllpe do ______....?_..__.. 6600 ,, $ balance March 81. 1920 ________...-.._......._-.-...__........ 142.81 I N. T. Rltch. J. T. Qulllley, J. B ,..teh. C.
.'S TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given regularly I. W Klohliter bd aervlce -_-____u_______ 4 ED 0 M Maine. do ...._??_--___? H6.00Marcla RECEIPTS FOR THE: SIX MONTHS I ... H. Mntthewn, I.. C. I'owetl It F. Donoree*
for twoor three week. will enrIch the blood. |I A A Haien do --___.___.__._-____ R 00 Turner do ...._._.._..__.. 66.00 I _----.-----_.____._.______._._:--.------ 0,000.04).:.. and W. T Week,. who are well known to roe
Im prove the dUtmtlnn.! and act a..llener l Strensth. I j 1.1' O Pennlnon do ___________-_....... 840 Ma.l... Will,. do ____............__ 6600 to I... the Individual descrIbed In and" who.
Making balance ___ _____._____ .__ .._. .______. 14281MBBURSEMENTB subscribed. and executed the charter
mint Tonic to the whole lyltcni. Nature will then H R Wlggln office Incidental ____n-_ throw off or dispel th. worm*.and the Child wlllbeIn ., T Barnes teaching; .___ _______-___ SHOO J O 1'd:::: :: : -__ ..- __-.?-.-- .S 60 FOR THE BIX MONTHS and eaeh severally! acknowledged to and
perfect health P.......! to take. 60c. per buula.. Mae Ilrown do _._._ __.h-n. lln.00 L W Klckllter. do ...___._, _, ._____ 4.20 .. ? ? ..._______ _.______...--- -._...-... .._______-. 0,00000,. before m. that ha aubacrlhed and executed ..
;1 ;I.l. Stokea do _.___________-________ "B.00 H M Wlggina Incidental. .._...__-_. 1.60Mnlita the same for the oars and purpoe therein ,
Ella MinIon do ______ .._-_--....?. 8R..HI.) Johnaon teaching __..-.-__- 66.00Warrant l.eavlnir balance __. .--._______.___.___.___________._. 142.11 expressed A
Rhoda Hvnnott do __.n-_________-____ BOO Drawn frern Bpeclal Tarn Ii.trletaFred Warrant ouUtandlnir Bept. 80, 120 n_._____-_______.__. 28402IVpoeltorr . IN WITNESS WHF.REOP, I h... hereunt '"
FINANCIAL STATEMkNT OF COUNTY Alice Iee do .__----.___.._________ _c. Moo Green Janitor IS .__...________ CO.00 - pet my hand and official seal at Stark, Florida I
PUN US n.", '. Thoma do -..__..________-. - 68 oOIlora Therie. Moore Co Incidental. 26 _.-_ S BM balance Rapt 80, 120 ._________.___..._ 11/1.81 the 24th day of January, 121.J. I
: Monthly financial itatement of Bradford Cad do .....___________.__.__u Mon Anthony Moore Janitor 26 ....___.... IS 00 H RITCH.
, County for the month of January, 19211 Barney MrRae do ___..-*.____.______. 4)600) Ryder. Knlirht, teaching 4.. -_..?__on 16.00 ASSETS AND LIABILITIESASSETS Notary Public, II.... of Florida.
General Fund Fydcr Knight do _____________..___.__ &B.00 Barney McRae do 16 _.______._. 16 00 My CommlMlon F.iplre July II, 1022
' Balance Jan. 1, 1921 _____.T________.4211.!. KldrediRedduih: do .___.___-____.___ 68.00 City Llahl Plant. light I --______ 1 70 (Seal 1-28-6t-t-88
t Receipt during month ?_nn__-___ 1K1.10 8 8 Uowllnir do ______ .._.__.________ 20000 J W Morgan Incldi-ntaU 16 _________ 4 70 ".'An... caah I In deposItory" all fund __.nu.u_____________._.... 1.119/1 i 18
[ Warrant .laiued ____n_____ ._..._V.82S.U Jeannerte Matthew do .._______00 _-. ll1n.oo .1 W Morgan do 7 .__-.._____-?.. E.76Fyder tlncollected tax_, currant year _._______..__.________--______-._- *.I*.n(> ORIIER FOR PfJBIJCATION
Balance F.b.I. 1921 _______.______'.S&1e.11. Inn Alderman do ..J------------------ 100.00 Knight do 24 __.___.______ 1.66 In Circuit, Court. State of Florida, Eighth;
i Fin end Frfltre Tend Mr B n Law do .....-.-_.n...___.__ 10000 G B Coleon do 28 ____.__.___. 1.70 Total ...-___ ______ _.____._______ __. . ___________._____ 11.014.11 Judicial Circuit. Bradford County, In chancery
[ lUlanc Jan. 1. 1921 ____.___..____20/14.11 Carrie Holly. do ... ____.. .-..___n___ "BOO ,1 H Scarborough do 26 .____-_.__.___ 1.76 LIABILITIES .
; Hecelpt during month n____.______- 1J.JJ Mr J C (lh.... do _.____,.___....i.____ 7800 J H Scarborough do 80 -________.__._ E.86Vcra Warrant ontatandlng for current eipetuea .__________.._____....... 1N2 80 LaMIra Weed Orahatn.
\ Warrant .Imued -_--_--_-_____--_____ I1"-" norl I..w do ___________..______.__._ T6.00Brule Hurrency do 28 ._..__.______- 8000 Warrant. outatandlng or other evidence of Iniloblednce* except bond Complainant
\ Balance F.b.I. 1921 ._..____________1681.17- McOruder dtt _:_____-_..____ $ .00JraNic I) C Jonea do 7 __-.___._...______ 870 .irtuon for property or money borrowed the payment of which I I. va I
\ Head Fund Thoma do _____..__...__n___- 7B.00 l> C Jon.. do n. u_.___.__________ &.21 deferred . ____.__________________.___--._________.__-__--.___ 2H4.02Dralnaga Willi. Henry Graham,
Balance Jan. 1. 1921 __--_-_--_._.__. 111.81 Mildred Croaby do n_________._____-_ 7800 D C Jon. do 17 .___.____________. S.60D bonds and ocelot __-_____________--______--__..__._________ .431.14 Tiefandant.ft .
Receipt during month __nn______ ONve RaY do _____............______ R6.00 C Jone do. 16 _______________..___ 876 .,? appearing by affidavit appended to the
: Warrant. issued ._______.__n. .-_-___ Cecil Hall do _________--__-.uu_. 000 Tirrle Chmbornugh. janitor 28 _____.. 20 00K ) Total I _ ____u_.. ._____,._________u________.._.___.____....___ 2.1131.A/I hill flied In the ahove-atated ..... that Wit-
Balance Fob. I. loll _____._.__ ._._ -- > Juhnnle Rime do --.__....--____..... KB.00 W WllkenMMi teaching. 14 _________ 1/ .00 lie Henry .raham. the defendant therein. named .
OoUtandln Fan Pearl Lewla do. _00._--___.__.________. 27.BODaly Bradford Co. Telegraph printing for VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY I I. a non-realdent of the atat of florid, I
Raline Jan. 1. mi un____-____ *78"Recclpta '..wle do __________ ._._.__--_-. / 0.00 1'I.t..1 to 81. both Incluelv 9 t 18.. 98.00 : J and lobo _llIton... I I. unknown, and I* over the
' during month Annie Moore do ___....._____.nnn__ BB OO J A Ellington work on pump 7 ._..... BO.00 renrt H<".. _______ ---- In.non.nn! !! age of twenty-one ,...... It I. therefor *r* .,
Warrant* iMueo ----.-::==: -::: Fttye. 8ilre do --._____.___.......___ BB.00 John B. Frailer Incidental. 11 ________ 1.00 J.II __ _. _____..___--______--rrmr-i-i--r"rr: : : n.MO.on: tiered that said. non-reeldent' defendant he and
, Ralance Feb. I. 1921 .____d.n 11S.13 I. J Huhhard do ___________._____n_ SB.00Mattt Edna ...1I.k teaching 2* ........___. 20 00Kvale l-urn'tur and fixture --------,--.-----------.----------.------.---. Z52.5! I I. hereby required. to appear to the bill of
, Dralnat Fend Hnrlry do ___--__..____--_____ BB.00Roula Abernathy. do 7 .._._.__.___... 45 rm) Old jail -_____--___.._____--______________-____.__.__________.-___ .-- MO.HO complaint filed In saId eaua. on or .before
Balance Jan. 1, 1921 ...____00.00 ___ 12090 ) Keddlah do ______.____.._-<-- BB.00Jculc ';yd... Knight do 24 __.__n_._____.__. 1800 I Monday the 7th day of March. A. D. tdl21.
Keeelpt during month- -_c.____-_. I IiVarrant Futch do. _____-,_.______.______ 8BOO N H Tnon janitor -._--______-__.. &f/.lto.. Total __ ________________________________.__..__________. __ .____. 86.26000MASTER'S otherwise the allegation of said bill will betaken
luaued . M A BUckwelder d.. _..u___--____ __ BB.00 N. H. Tyson do S ?._________.___... 400 a. onfeaed by ....\\1 ditfendant..
Balance Feb 1. 1921- ---::=---:-== 120.0 Kathryn Itakle di> ......n______.....____ BS.OO C R Sapp teaching 28 _____.___.______ 1600 It I I. further. ordered that this order b*
Widow Pension Fund Cora 7.elvlcr l do ____._______.____. .. 8800 (I M Bennett Incidental 1 ______.____ lid.70Mr Efly. S"I_ do II _____ ____ .. .._____ In.eO on the 8rd day of Feb. A. D. 1921. In favori plibllahed ..ne a week for eight eonweutl.5weeke L
Falar.ce Jan. 1. 1921 ____--________-- 141.11 W A Snort do n__._.__.__.____...____ IIn.1\O R B Warren teaching I ________._ HB.00Evelyn of T' W. Alvarea. sa complainant and agalnat In the Bradford County Telegraph a I
Hecelpt during month ._ ._._._____.. 11.81W..nto Alva Thomas do _--------.--_.------ BB.00Tommi l>emar. ** do I ._.____.______. soon Total _._ _._.__ _. ______n.le.448.Bt [ C. M. Oe<.. a* df'ndabt. the undnrala-nnd. a. newapaper published In said county and, plat
l. ued ___ _.___________.... 218.00 Edward do _.___.__..__._00 0.00Jhnnle (:...1. Cole do I _--...____._____1. 6600Vlrgt nu I .. In front of This I>**ember 29, 1V20
Balance reb.* 1. 1921 ,..__---_.n_ 147.542'ebruary Rime) do ..................... 68.00Annie Roger da f .,_____........... 6600E I special maater will offer for W. T. WEEKS.
? R, )1921. Willonre dn ________._._....... 66.00 W Miller Incidental 23 ......__. 1 BOG SALE the ourthoue door In Htarke. Florida during (Seal ) Clork Circuit., Court
I Bradford County H C Wlmbcrly do _-___.___._.______ 2BB.00 W 8plre do 18 _____u______....... 2.00 Notlw' I Ie hereby given that undo, and byvirtu I the I-KI hour of .... on Monday March 7th, By C. A. KNIGHT,
\ C R 8.PP do __.______._________ 12181) J I Waters do 1* ....________........ 4.00Ranee of that certain decree of foreclosure 1921. to the. hlghext and beat bld'lor. for caah. Deputy Ckirk.t "
4 be'rVbyVcrt'f'/that the foregoing atatement I'earle Jonea do _____.--._-___---_ 127.BO Thoma do IS --.___-.._, _. 1 BO made and entered by the Judge of the CircuitOnrt I the following ilfieeribed. personal property, alt. ). F KNIGHT. .
.f I th. receipt I and di bur..menU. of the L A Mockery. do .-_-____. 11.00. .. M Norman.. >...!.!L- -.-_. -..... 4.CO Br.rtff.fd County-- Klorlda-. In Ch.n_.... 1 uated In Bradford Connty. Florida. .-w.-----tolleltor, -for Complalnanl -1.81lt..4 1

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PACE FOURi : BRADFORD rniTNTY TELEGRAPH. KI.ARKE.. FLORIDA. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25. 1921.

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UNITED STATES AND GREAT can go on 'In this country at the present in Brooker Saturday. f

i llrsiltord: County Telegraph{: BRITAIN MUST STAND ,TO time and sensible people be drawn Mrs. Mae Prevatt and children, of

-- --- GETHER FOR CIVILIZATION into it without realizing! that they are Jacksonville, are spending a while ; Prominent Western
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helping to plant seeds which may one here, guests of her brother, Lacy '
i weekly'nd
entered
Published as in Prevatt. I
day fructify war.

4 second class matter, at the post country There are who millions'of are doing people their utmost in this Some people say mat! It is impossible Lomie and Linnie Parker attended Man Praises Tanlac

office at Starke, Florida. to'create friction between the United to conceive that war should ever B. Y. P. U. Sunday night at Brook- ,,

between Great Britain
== ,- := =-:; .y ==- =c States and Great Britainimillions of come'about er.Miss
I Editor and Owner ; and the United States. May God Alvah Thomas attended the
E. MATTHEWS, pro-Germans; millions of Irish sympathizers -
i and a few misguided Americans grant that this be aol! But all history meeting at.Dedan Sunday. '"

,a who, falsely taught in our proves that the things which we have Miss Lomie Thomas delightfully entertained ..
neededto ,
A'Pennsylvania physician school system, have always lived in counted as impossible are thethings) a large number of friends \
He
have his appendix removed. hatred of Great Britain. which have come to pass. Saturday night at the home of Mr; '."

\ > performed the operation himself. 'It behooves every lover of his coun- and Mrs. Levy Prescott's, in honor of

Wanted to be: sure that no sponges .or We are not apologists; for all of the try, every lover of manhood, every her 17th birthday Games were enjoyed Ys '
, knives would be left in his innards acts of Great Britain at present, any alike who 4
one, men and women hopeto until a late. hoer and the guests
after the incision had been sewed up. more than for those in the Revolu- see civilization saved from destruc were invited into the dining room,
tionary days, but we know that everything ,
i tion, who hope to see the world kept which was decorated with ferns and

A Bight seldom Been on 1ackson'vllle' that stirs ill-feeling between from sinking back into a barbarism cut flowers, where they were served M ,

,t streets is a policeman.\ Every this country and the British Empireis beyond that of the Dark Ages, to do hot chocolate and cake. C a ,
of the devil. These two great Christian
coming to Florida's metropolis all in their power to stem the con-
stranger .
The invited guests were Messrs. -
,
nations the lan-
speaking same
h notices the scarcity of ouch officers. stant criticism which is found in thenewspapers r
Dave Greene Louis Thomas Eugeneand
guage, to a large extent having the in the of r.i'1fj
and speeches
and murderers
Therefore crooks can
Hugh Butler Crosby John
Thlg-
same laws and customs, must live in ,
favor of the Irish "
have it much their politicians seeking
pretty own way
Tom
peace and harmony qr else all civili pen, Msrkey Ellery Thomas,
there. This is not to.be charged to sation would be doomed. Men are vote against Great Britain. Evan Hodge, Lonnie Parker, Menzie .
the quality of the police force for We need-not for a moment accept
: Croover, Purvis Lewis, Leland Dukes
seriously the effect
discussing
possible
there better anywbere, but the idea that everything that is done
are no men
Misses Opal Lewis, Lomb Rhoda ana
of war between the United States ,
:
t to the small number. Until Jacksonville by Great Britain is exactly right-we; ?
and Great Britain, merely because I Alva Thomas, Edna Dukes, Lydie
I gets adequate police protection, need nut for a moment question the ;
Groover
I
they know that Influences are at work) Avy Starling, Alma and Vir-
talking of putting down crime is use fact that Britain will aggressively gie Thomas, Lula Mae Lewis. .
make
seeking to this country an active
seek its commercial and
to advance
+ less.
, ; Miss Thomas received several nice
1 ally of the Sinn Felners in bringing business interests throughout the
presents and the guests departed at
about an Irish revolution. It a
this. So
has done
world.
It always .
So many agencies are at work now seems inconceivable that men having late hour, wishing Miss Thomas many
long as it is a government it always
to create dissension between this happy returns of the day.
a any thought or any sense of responsibility the
will do so. But we are. doing
:' country and England, till very little for this country, or for the would be
same thingand we unworthy -
is required to accomplish such an un world MUST OUR TRANSPORTATION
could for one moment fail to .of position if did not
desirable result. As long as England realize that a spirit of antagonism our we SYSTEM BREAK DOWN?
and
seek to advance our trade com-
and the United States are on friendly between these two countries; carriedto
the earth but there
terms the countries will continue merce throughout | We, used to have considerable
,; two the extent of war, would mean the \t' difference between, doing respect .
to be the might of the world, and utter destruction for thousands of a vast andcompetlt..i for the leaders of organized la-
in rivalry
;l they will. see that civilization is pre years of all civilization. The world these -things and In friendly doing them with bor. We thought them men of sane

served. Should there be a serious would sink back into barbarism and n the fires of business judgment, progressive, but
bitterness hatredfor
break between them, we tremble for throughout all creation there would or not radical, alive to the Interests of

the outcome. The man who is wise rule/chaos greater than that which hatred and are fanned lighted into from burning the lower flames regions the laboring man, but always con-

and has the.welfare of this country prevails in Russia. But the Irish pro- the wind of which scious of the necessity of keeping the

and the world at heart, will turn a pagandists, aided and abetted by pro- by propaganda of organization which they headed and I
throughout our
deaf ear to Irish, German and bolshe- Germans, are vigorously at work to sweeps every part controlled in line with public senti-

vlst propaganda. create a spirit of hostility. We must land.May ment, says an editorial in the Tampa l

recognize this evil as at work. It God save Britain and the United Times. But with the coming of the

, .. V "AS YE DEAL WITH MY CON appears in ,many guises; it fills the States from any spirit of growing war, there_came a change in the spirit G. "W. Logan, Peabody, Kansaa r

I TEMNED" newspaper. with falsehoods about hostility and may the time soon come or the labor dream, The government i

Great Britain and about conditional. in when these two great nations, the in its desperate haste of pre- '
", "Tanlac has completely restoredmy anything else. My main trouble was ;
foremost in civilization in work
Germany, the monster who despoiled Ireland; it is voiced by every politician and paring for the gigantic/: task beforeit seemed to
health and' I feel finer than in indigestion. Nothing agree
; invented who for humanity and Christianity which did not stop to figure costs. Labor
Belgium warfare
gas seeks the Irish vote, and would have diz-
the with me. At times I
straightforward
was
the world has known shall stand years
ever
I soaked the soil of Europe with blood may Heaven grant that the time shall demanded and received wages far in
statement made recently by Mr. Geo. zy spells and at other times my back
aide by side for the advancement of
saddled with bolshevitm when excess of it had dreamed of
and it there any ever
was come shall be no Irish-
arrogantt/merciless and insatiable be- Americans nor German-Americans .civilization and of Christianity thru in Its wildest flight of imagination.It W., Logan, of Peabody, Kansas, one would ache so bad that I could hardly
of the most prominent stock dealers get ;"and down in my chair; Thisis
out all the world I I-Manufacturers up
fore its fangs drawn. Now she other became almost as to the
were nor any hyphenated people in Record. v necessary in the middle west. just the condition I was in when I
is cringing and whining on accountof tills country. winning of the war as the soldiers
the indemnity she has been adjudged themselves. The great armies we "It has not only made a new man started to take this medicine. It took
evil has
Enough been
done in this
six bottles to make a well man
; to pay for her crimes, and is flooding country in the last five six monthsto BRADFORD were raising had to be housed, equip- of me but I have actually gained just ,'
or
fine
of I now have appetite,
a part of Europe and all of the atir bitter resentment in ped, fed and transported across the thirty-five pounds in weight and feelas me. a

United States with propaganda, in the Britain. Had similar condlions Great Bradford, Felt. 26.-Willard Raborn seas. The profits of labor from all well as I ever did in my life. I everything tastes /good and my digeaH,r

hope that this and other disinterested on in Great Britain as against gone this left Tuesday for St. Petersburg. wherehe this abnormal and intense activitywere am telling all of my friends about tion is perfect. with
"My wife aljo troubled
will live in the future. was '
countries may prevail on the countries enormous, and perhaps naturally Tanlac but they can see for themselves -
country, politicians would have ::
pur at relieved
hh' times and 'it >
M. Harrell visitor 'l-e"tion
that are to share in the indemnity, to been raving and ranting in a demandfor W. was a to enough; labor feeing Its advantage, what it has done in my case. '
>
her the ,. may"publish
Dukes Sunday. sam>t'ar. > \
be more, lenient. England; up to a an apology from the British gov- became imperious and exacting. Its | "When I began taking Tanlac I wherever like and '
Sumner statement ,'
Andreu attended church at leaders my you j
short time was disposed to len became more powerful than
ago, ernment. But Britain the wag in an awfully run-down condition.
pursues tell them to
if doubts it
iency but the prevarications subterfuges Miller Sunday.. the cabinet officers, who anyone just t
were
even tenor of its and supposed 11
way apparently off in .
was felt weak
Mr. and Mrs A. A. Edwards were away weight, see me. \f'
and veiled threats used'by Ger to dictate the policy of the -,
appreciates the elements which bring shopping in WorthingtonSaturday.. The government and nervous all of the time and could Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L. 'fi
toward her creditors has ,
government
cre- :
many tamely
about the
ceaseless attacks in this
Seeber Edwards and sister ,Miss i not take any interest in my work or Turnery. Adv.
,
surrendered
ated disgust and England; also, insists country upon that country. to railroad labor in the I _

1 on full retribution. It may be Typical of the propaganda, Inten- Eltna, were in Brooker Saturday passage of the Adamson act, which .. "

remarked that the indemnity demanded tional or unintentional, which is under in Mrs.Worthington AlmaSurrency Thursday.was shopping' loaded restrictions the railroads with embarasslng form to certain iron clad rules:, regardless / There the problem stands at present
is considerably smaller than at which have made their
way throughout America, is an undertaking of local conditions. The:owners I The country is threatened with a
T. S. Willis villtor
was buslnf1ss.
first fixed but it is not likely to be a profitable operation impossible. But
entitled "The Patriotic Pageant to Dukes Thursday : noon found that the roads could complete breakdown and paralysis of
further filed down.It Uncle Sam was big and rich and able
which is being in different be
given not operated
N. G. Hayes and Herbert Marvin profitably and suc- its transportation system, which
will not do to let Germany'sfangs to .upply'the deficiencies which
parts of the country under the were in Lake} Butler Wednesday'sSumner > I bound were | cess fully with the wage scale and superfluity would be a national ,calamity. The
and claws out again she to come. Encouraged by
grow ; their
of '
auspices men connected with the business"visitor of employes imposed upon roads have asked for the abrogationof
is world menace that must be kept Andreu was a success which came so easily the labor
a ,
bureau of education in Washington them '
by which
a paternal government the "national agreements" which
Brooker
. under control. ''She has no affinity to Saturday.Tom leaders went a step farther in
It was given in Florida ,few weeks socialism
a j able make would give them authority to bargain
with the rest of the world; her "kul- in connection with educational Moran and Bart Cook of Ft. and sprung the Plumb plan, I was to up any deficit by

tur," which allows any crime to be ago convention. It is an White, were visitors here Sunday which demanded that the railroads I taxing the people, so they turned off wfth their men as local conditions

committed for the sake of conquest, the meeting supposed of the Continental to represent Mr. and Mrs C. W. Edwards were should be turned over to the operatives '1200,000 employes, in an effort to warranted. The railroad unions are

k "has put her outside the pale of civlli-! Congress when the Declaration of Independence guests Sunday of the latter's' parents the government paying all the economize and make the revenue meet fighting the'request to the bitter end

; r.atlon. We Americans have no reason was under discussion. Lo-- Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rimes. expenses, including exorbitant wagesto the expenses. That did' not pull them determined to bold their pound >of

i for lifting a finger against the cal people, ministers, teachers lawyers N. G. Hayes,,Sr., was attending to the men, and receiving half the out of the hole they were in, and.they flesh though the heavens fall. '''One

g enforcement of the conditions and the and others are induced to, take business in Gainesville Wednesday. profits. If there were no profits, as asked for authority to increase, the might: think that a spirit patriotism

indemnities levied on Germany. the part of members of the Continental Mrs. W. M. Harrell lion the sick the two years of government management rates. It was granted as the easiest | would inspire these "aristocrats of la-
'
Congress. Gorgeous list this week. seemed to indicate, the govern- way out of the dilemna, but it proveda bor" to bear their share in a time of
apparel, -
THE FENCING QUESTIONOne ,to represent that worn by supposed the We are glad to report that'Mrs. ment would be expected to make good delusion and a snare, for the in- general reduction ,of wages and the

members of that congress, is furnished James Crews and Mrs. Lize Rainey the deficit. Radicalism was "boring creased freight rates checked shipping cost of living, but it does not seem to.

of the most absorbing ques by the promoter of the'undertak- are improving steadily from their re in" to the ranks of labor, and altho and so reduced revenues; Insteadof Railroad rates and railroad wages

'; I tlons to come before the next legislature cent illneos. the leaders were perfectly aware of increasing: them as it was hoped must come down. It is inevitable,

will be, whether the cattle and ing.It is claimed that it is Intended to A. B. Surrency of Pine Hill, passed the mischief it was doing, they looked they would. It was more than the | else! business must perish. But we

other livestock of the state shall be tench patriotism. The setting is beautifully through our section Saturday.W. the "other way," and pretended not traffic would 'bear, and the railroad I I I',would not have the operatives bear

''r' fenced in at their owners' expense, or done. The speeches, purported H. Harrell was a business visitor to see it, in order to hold their jobs. sidings were filled up with thousands' all the brunt of the reduction. '' Th'

' if the farmers and truckers must con- to represent those delivered in the to Worthington Friday. Finally the time came to return the of Idle cars, while the produce of the ,overhead should be reduced
Seeber expenses
Edwards and Malcolm Har
'' tinue fencing in'thelr crops to protect Continental Congress are bitter denunciations rell attended church at Brooker Sun- railroads turned to back their with owners and they farmers rotted, in the field; or was 'with the rest. 'Let the high salaried
were a depletedandimpoverished
't
them from the stock. A good deal of Great Britain.
Speaker held in
day night; the barns or granaries: The :managers and the swivel chair men
of south, and scattering localities of after speaker jumps up and de- equipment, and a host farmers
refused salaries in the
i I to toil for tjhe mere reduce their same proportion
north and west Florida, seem to be in nounces the crimes of Great Britain, ZIFF I IZlff of head embaraasing of "national restrictions under the ,, purpose of affording revenue to the as they cut the wages of the
i favor of a no fence law-at, least, some of them using the exact lan- agreements" which railroads would
to enable them to pay ex- men. That would be fair and
required the j
of all
some papers will make us believe that guage used in the Continental Congress management the
Feb. 25.-Miss Avy Starling roads in the United States to travagant wages to their employes. satisfy and please the country.
such is the case. Bradford county, !!! ,- and some of them perhapsmaking spent Saturday the guest of her con-. .
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and other counties where the same their --- --
little -
speeches even a friend, Miss Alva Thomas., -
conditions prevail, are in favor of the stronger; but before vast audiencesof Leland, Edna, R. N. and Letha Dukeof

k ,free range. young and old Great Britain is Dukes, spent the week-end here at

/ 4 To compel our stock owners to fence charged with every imaginable; crime, the home of their aunt, Mrs. J. R. .. SEEBryan's
in their herds would be A Tome
and flocks, to though these charges which were justified Groover.Mr. .

kill the industry, and we cannot afford ICO years ago have no bearing
and Mrs. E. J. Lewis of near
i that; raising beef and pork i II as necessary whatever on present conditions. These ,
Brooker. attended meeting at
prayer
as to grow crops. Every stockowner speeches, however, with all the fiery Dedan Sunday. For Women"I Prices

j here is also a farmer, and eloquence of gaudily dressed'men, are Louis Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was
should they be compelled to fence in well calculated
4 to plant in the heartsof here Saturday afternoon. Hv" ,
t their! stock, they would still keep their the hearers a new and deeper bared Mrs. S. L. Prescott and baby Carl was hardly able to drag, I \ ,

sI; fields fenced as they would not put of Great Britain. Every pro-German spent Saturday near Graham with' her was weakened," writes Mrs. Corn persack1,! ,$2.15:
much faith in pasture fences. Such and every pro-Irishman hating W. P. Ray of
S.
sister; Mrs. Joe Padgett. Easley, C."Thedoctortreatedmeforabout.
fences would run through rough land, Oats per sack $2.25
; Great Britain throughout this land Eugene 'Crosby, of Brooker passed

where they could not be made tight, must rejoice with a devilish glee over through our burg Sunday. two months, still I didn't get j i Arab Sweet Feed $2,95

where falling trees would smash them the influence of propaganda of this John Thomas was .in Brooker Mon. any better I had a large faroi i Velvet Bean Meal $1.90,
down release the stork and
and where kind.
And yet, sober, sensible ministers
they would seldom be examined or re- and public,men are caught in the day.Miss fly and felt 1 surely must do 7 per cent Cotton Seed Meal $2.20
Lomle Thomas business
' paired.In and in the work. was, something to enable me to take All
f game join visitor to Graham Friday. other feed at competing prices.
our opinion a no fence law wouldbe care of my little ones. I had
the
We need not at preset time teach
Thomas and Purvis Dime 20c
Ellery Lewisspent Brand Milk
I ,
a failure anywhere in the state, as patriotism in that way; we do not beard of ,per can
Sunday afternoon in the Watermill -
long: us the greater number of the need to stir the spirit of hatred between section. Charmer Coffee per can 23c ,.

w. cattle is of the native half wild stock. Great Britain and America i Miss Lomls Thomas Flour per 24 lb. sack $1.50 '
was shopping
The time will come when all the stock which should have passed away a '
--=-- 1 can and will sell Groceries cheap anybody in
will be of the gentle improved breeds, hundred years ago; no revival of it Is NOTICEIn j CARDUITha as

I; and then they can be kept within pas needed at the present There was no th.tmatt.r of the'..tat. of J. C. er._ Starke. V.

turps without any trouble. And then suggestion/ in any of these speechesthat _..... . Nods to the nxt of kin of J. aCrawa Hudnut Grits sack '"t."I' $2.75
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per -t,
dmwaad. I. of Bradford County. .
: , V the pastures will also be of better the best people of Great Britain Stata of Florida and all oth.ni who It maycanrnrn ,
x I" h"h quality and worth the expense of the vigorously opposed the war againstthe I ar. haraby aottnad that (our waakafter % Woman's Tonic I have put on delivery wagon and will deliver.groceries

;i4 fencing.; With tM present scrub cattle colonies; there was no suggestionthat I .faUur the to apply flrat publication for adminlatratloii hereof on and ht>their ta- to any part of the town.

,I and wiregrass pastures, if is ridiculous the oppression of the colonies, t...., I will appoint aoma oradltor of J. C.Ciwwa "1 Bull Head Jelly glass 15c
I to think or othar fit paraon, to actmlniatar on decided to try It, con per
of in
"I fencing sixty and the war itself against them, was the ....... be authoring. b.
aa may law. tinues Mrs. Bring t
Ray . "I took me your'eggs.. <
acres of land for each scrawny COW- largely dee to the fact that a German R. A. GREEN.

MO ridiculous, till it looks like the prince then sat on the throne of County Jude of Bradford County. Florida. eight bottles in all . 1 regained Phone 32 for quick service. '

i fence wire trust has had somethingto Great Britain. Not a word was said mi.noted this lath day of 8-iB-sn-ii February A. D. my strength and have Best Tall Pink Salmon 2Oc
can
do with starting the propaganda which was not calculated to stir latent bad no more trouble with womanly per ,

and keeping it alive. It hardly looks hatred or plant the seeds of hatred What Mrs. Brenningrr, of New York weakness. I have len Kellogs Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. for 25c

like it could have emanated from of Great Britain We do not Says About Rat Poison children and am able to dean Morris Brand Corn or Roast Beef per can' 30c :

I, practical, experienced farmers. But know, and do not care, whether the "Tried preparations that kill rats, my housework: and a lot out Don't forget 32 is our phone number. Don't wait

South Florida will have so many oth-, men connected with the United States. but RAT SNAP is the onliy one that doors . 1 can sure
recommend
i i i er things before the \legislature till bureau of education, who staged thin prevent. disagreeable odors after killing CarduL" to see our prices in the paper, come to the store

f > the fence law is likely to be relegated dramatization, did so with any evil I Also like RAT SNAP because it get them. . ," "J.

n, '" i j to the sweet bye and bye. intent or not. Possibly they had no comes in handy (cakes no mixing with Take Cardul today. U may ., .. .. .'

,, evil intent. The effect of their work, other foool. You don't have to dirty be Just what you need. : ":
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however, was just as bad as if they your hands, It's the best for household] At an druggists. W. M. BRYAftt :
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", Optimistic Thought. I had done it knowing that they'$were use." Try"RAT SNAP. Three sizes, I ,

The surest way not to tai I I. to e. sowing the seeds of hatred. The amazing : S5c, 65C; $1.25. Sold and guaranteed fMi

{ermine to *ucc id. thing is that work of that kind 1 Iby D. C. Jones, Starke, Fla. -Adv.

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rrr r closed Wednesday afternoon, after six WARNING I FOR SA I.E' OR RENT-80 acre farm
f I successful weeks taught by Miss Ed- I four miles south of Lake Butler at
[ yth Warren, of Brooker.Mr. rENT Junction of Lake Butter-Worthfng-
; The la warned
publio hereby
.'and Mrs. Clyde Sasser, of Baldwin t ton and Starke-Dukes road, t'
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Bits of Local spent the first part of this week that attws ipU! are being made to A-WORD acre under' cultivation and under

I with her parents, Mr. and Mr*. J. E. palm oft bther preparations, foi wire fence. Good Buildings and
Clemens Mr.:: John Pomeroy a celebratedrURAT01'E within twenty yard of schoolhouie.
Information t'bl Dave Greene and Chester Andreu ,, .the new medicine Very desirable location for man
were caller in the Brooker section which is BOW being talked about with school children. ICO( ( acre farm
Sunday afternoon.P. i and all FOR SALE-Kentucky bred mare, 8 miles 7
s..lq0.e l..et.. aua.u ..fP. praised by people over eight north of Lake Butler on
........ M W C..q..l. r.... A. Crosoy was in this section the Btate PUIU.TONE is sold bj i year. of age D. E. Knight, Starko, Lake Butler-Oluntea road. 00 acre

last week. j only one store in each town and I Fla. 1-28-tf. ,under cultivation and under good

"ti .. .. Alvin Clemons left Sunday morning we sell it here. fence. Good building and within
,,) "-- FOR SALE-. ,000 stalks green Simpson fifty yards of school
for Baldwin, where he will enter Sold by Mitchell's Drug Store Starko Will soli for
Buy your goods at Bryan'. and get Death, -of Jacksonville, who is their school. and C. B. Roberta Graham.-Adv. cane, field run. A. Z. Adkln, cash or on easy term or will rent ,
it delivered free. Phona 82 225tf. guest, motored to Starke for the day Messrs. Tom Markce and Dave Starke. 211tf. to suitable tenants. Must act quickly. '

'Apply Jnl). L. Smith. Lake Butler
Greene were present at the party at
Mr<.. J. C. Adklnl, 'of GaincBv', Mrs C. A. Knight, who was milliner Mr. Prescott's Saturday night Other jumped into the fray, and FOR RENT-Two flat, and Bank. 2-11-tf
.pent Wednesday with her sister, MrsA. at the LaModo has for an hour it was much like the old
last season, air and Mrs. Oscar Rimes, of Lake lower, each comprising 4 rooms and
Z. Adkin arrived back in Plant City. Tier many Butler, spent Saturday with her mother day of prohibition fighting in con bath. Furnished or unfurnished. D.
friends that she made while bere will gress. Calling Wayne Wheeler, general
Mrs. A. L. Greene. They were accompanied E.
Miss Clara Moitt of Jacksonville counsel for the anti-saloon Knight, Starke. 1-28-tf
be glad to welcome her back'PlantCity by her sister Gracy upon league : Income Tax '
spent Sunday in Staike with home Courier. their return home.A. by name, Mr. Good declared even the : Returns
folk.. champion of prohibition believed that TAKEN
UP-Four
sown, male
one
Bi: Surrency was In Brooker Fri
Mr*. J. "M. Alvarez returned Sun- day afternoon.J. there were too many men on the roll hog marked swallow fork and under a SpecialtyTwo
Mrs. C. P. Cason has returned home of the internal revenue bureau who
after day from Leesburg where she attended E. Clemons was a visitor to the bitt, staple fork. Owner ran have
a few weeks spent in Jackson : were winking at violation of the law.
rille. the executive board meeting of the I county seat Friday "I have talked with Wayne B. by paying expense. G. C. Lee, years in Government Service.
United Daughters of the Confederacy A. B. Surrency was business visitor Starke Fla.
: a Wheeler, who Bend his commission to 2-18-St Charge quoted on application.
While in Leesburg Mr*. Alvarez was in the Dukes section Saturday,
Mr, and Mrs. S. R. John and little this house where men nod to li'm' a*
son, S. R., Jr.,' spent Friday in Jack- C.delightfully entertained by the U. D. M. A. Clemons is visiting in Brook. they nod to Samuel Gomper and vote CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for Hollis T. Pope '
sonville. lyn this week. money out of the treasury whether price. and ship your tie of all
Sam Thomas was visiting his sis they want it or not," Mr. Good de grade to Gres Manufacturing Co., 425 Graham Bid,. Jacksonville, Fla-
Walter Griffin, of Hampton, spent Mr. W. J. Johns I is very ill at the ter, Mrs. D. J. O. Green Sunday. clared. "Mr. Wheeler will tell you Jacksonville Florida. 8-6-20-lrr( (
Sunday with his brother, O. J. Griffin home of her daughter, hire Mallory Russell Greene was the guest of the same thing he has told me, that h
Thomas' in the western part of StarkeS. his cousins, Roy and Leslie Greene there are more wet than dry in the OR SALE-Georgia raised runnel ,
T* W. S. and G. C. Johns, all of Sunday afternoon.. bureau and yet he come. and demands peanut seed, 90 cents per bushel. See t:
Mrs. E. R. Poppell and children are Jacksonville, came Monday to visit Evan Hodge was the guest of Tom that you vote more money for them." White Spanish, 5c per pound, f. o. h'
in Lake Butler visiting her parents, their mother, Mrs. Johns. Markee Sunday afternoon. Mr. Wheeler, leaning over the gal b. Lake Park. Ga. Quality guaranteed G. C. Driggers f ;
Mrs. Verlie Johns is sick list
Mr. and Mr. H. Tomlinson. on the lery rail, looked down and smiled. or money refunded. F, M.
CIGARS-If you smoke cigars, why at this writing. "I resent the charge,**' Mr.' Good White &: Son. 2-11-81 LAKE BUTLER, FLA. "
Oscar Brown and family, of Lake not get the best Call for GARCIAde Henry Hazen and son, spent Friday continued, "that members the1/appropriations ,

Butler, have moved into J. W. Mor- ORA, lOc, at all dealer. A mild night. B.at A. B. Surrency'a.A. committee are'sot in favor I FOR SALE-N. C. or Florida Runner Agent ,J
Surrency In Worthington
gan's house ,on N. Walnut street.. full Havana Filler. ,:24tf.Augustus ;! Tuesday morning.was of strict enforcement the law. ] seed peanut We offer for prompt VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS r
I. We have given every Denny the organization acceptance and cash with order the
Mrs. C. W; Liddon went to .Jacksonville Beasley, who has been WHAT A PUREBRED BULL WILL can spend for the rest of N. C. or Florida Runner seed pea For all Lind of Tombstone and Monument

Friday to visit her daughter, attending West Point Military.. Acad DO the fiscal year, but I tell you the nut at f 1, per bushel! (Cc: per lb) *. A postal card addressed to me
Mrs. G. WMozo.. amount we have fixed in the bill will '
... emy during the past two years, arriv- put up In new sack t. 0. b. Lowell,
ed home a few days ago and will not From survey records of 678 Illinois require dismissal of many agents who Fla. n, T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fla. at Lake Bailer, Fla., will bring me to :.
Auto top. and auto painting. M. return to the academy. He has decid farms, Class A using bred bulls, ought to ba dismissed More than I-7-tf. your door with information and price
pure
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Leviton Starke. 1119tf. 2,000 employes of the bureau not
are
ed to take up the study of law. I
had a yearly profit per farm of $1,102. "
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Class B, using grade bulls had a '
tt Mrs. Anna Mixon left Friday for The old Mr. and yearly profit of $734. Class ,C, using Representative Volstead, in reply,
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Gainesville;' Ga., where she goes to Mrs. Claude M. Underhill died Thursday scrub bulls, had a yearly loss per I declared that unless adequate funds STRAWBERRY PLANTS I

spend sometime with relative. morning after an illness of several farm of 0234.Production'.. were appropriated immediately a big
days with stomach trouble. The records of scrub cows part of the force would Dave to be Missionary and Klondykc r
Miss Eunice Robinson, of Jackson little body was laid to rest Thursday bred to pure bred bulls is a. follows: dropped.
ville, spent the week-end in Starke afternoon at Crosby cemetery.
Scrub cows-Milk, 8660.2 pounds; f
,. with Mr and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. butter fat, 171.D7 pounds. $4.00 per-,1000, $3.75 in 10,000 Iota, ae fine as grow. :

,'. Mrs. Bonita Jones, who had been .Daughters-Milk, 6,098.7 pounds; HmJ ,.,", Send '
for other varitiea.
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catalog describing
l;: W. T .Wandin, a prosperous farmer visiting her son, Mr. Rodman Jones, butter fat, 261.25 pounds my ,
,/ of the Waldo section, was an appreciated at Montgomery, Ala., stopped over in Granddaughters Milk, 8,401.9( \J '
u visitor at this office Wednesday Starke the latter part of last week to pounds; butter fat, 358.17 pounds. X- J. KEIFFORD HALL :

'' visit her other son, DeWitt C. Jones. Daughters increase-Milk, .64 percent Mp MWfc.JIIHJJ .

She left Monday for a visit with rela- ; butter fat, 52 per cent. RHODESDALC MD. i
' Last week Mr. S. T. Dell and chil- tive. at Jacksonville and Green Cove. Granddaughters increase Milk, .COVER i.j
dren were guests of her father Col. Mrs. Jones' sister. Mrs. A. D. Williamson 120 per cent; butter fat, 109 per cent. .j
t W. T. Weeks, and sister, Mrs J. M. of Bradentown, came to see -Live Oak Democrat.' /
Brownlee. her while here, and was also a guestof
Capt. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones DELEGATES OF 109 UNIONS
Bryan now has a delivery wagon v I CALLED IN CONFERENCE THE J. P. CARTER CO. ;'; ,
and will deliver free the goods bought Mr. and Mrs.'E. K. Ferryman, ofSanford : ,

from him 225tf. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr., of I Washington, Feb. 23RE'present- PRINTED NAYLOR GA

F'ernandina, are here on account of I atives of the 109 national and inter- Booklets ,
and "
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and the critical illness of little Miss Ruby national unions affiliated in the Amer- kf

children and Mrs. E. L. Brownlee'mo- Davis, daughter': ; of Mayor L. A. Davis, iran Federation of Labor, gatheredhere Circulars will
tored to Gainesville Sunday to visit who is'sulTering from a complicationof today in an extraordinary conference QUOTE AS FOLLOWS;

Mrs. S..T.Den.Get . diphtheria, pneumonia and tetanus for the purpose of advisingon Sell Your Goods
During the week her life has been almost how to meet attacks on union la- \ North Carolina variety Georgia-railed Seed Peanut : '

your strawberry tickets)In timeat -despaired of several times, but bo1' Ccmcto *, Carlots 3 1-4 cents, small lots 3 l-2c per pound.

this i "office,. at this writing (Thursday afternoon) The conference called by Mr. Comicrs Us Corn in Shuck, 80 pounds to bushels, $1.00 a bu.
her condition is reported somewhat is considered one of epochal importance ',..".
Mr*. "F.. II. Long and little daugh Improved. and is one of the few of its. ,; : it!"' Peanut Hay, c'arlots, $22 per ton. I'

ter, Lois, returned home Wednesday kind ever held In the history of the Georgia Cane Syrup 50 cent per gallon.
after ,visiting'relatives in Sanford RANDOLPH federation' The first business was the
and Palatka. presentation by the executive council Mrs. Lee Allen is spending Velvet Beans $25 per ton, car lots.

Service at 11 o'clock. of a "bill of rights" and recommendations several days in Starke. II
'The many friends of little Miss Subject "The Spirit Birth. What I for a labor program. The
Ruby Davis regret very much to know and When." : council framed its report, after beingin The Junior Red Cross of the Starke TERMS CASH : I; ,
that she is very ill at the home of her All cordially invited.R.. continuous session nearly all day elementary school, which has a* its
parents, Mr. and Mr*. L. A .Davie. D. BOWER 'yesterday. While th.e council's program chairman Miss Olive Ray, have been ifs'
was not made public, it was understood recently interested in bringing offer.
Mrs. B. M. Dowling has been very CATTLE DIPPING NOTICE to provide for a campaign ings to help the starving children of t
ill for the past two weeks, but we are by organized: labor to combat antiunion Europe. Last week they sent $16 for ,
glad to state that she is now rapidly There will be a meeting at the dip ; shop, wage reductions, compulsory! this purpose to the Red Cross head- I
improving.Mr. ping vat Tuesday, March 15th for arbitration, labor injunctions and quarters in Atlanta. The Juniors are GENERAL INSURANCE 'f
the; purpose of cleaning out, filling "open shop" propaganda\ also interested In correspondence with
and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, of and charging same This vat is located One of the proposals before the Northern schools, which is both Instructive \
HAROLD C. WALL
Sanford, came Tuesday to visit at the on the Bcssent land southeast I conference, it was said, calls for a and amusing to the children ;$.
home of Mr. and Mrs. I.. A. Davis of Starke. All cattle owners are re-' publicity campaign by the federation Runner peanut seed, grown at Red-
and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. quested to be present. to offset the propaganda of the enemies dick, Fla. These peanut. are first STARKE FLORIDA I
R. D. Bower, L. V. Moore! Commit of union labor. class, solid seed. Price 85c per bushel )

Chickens and eggs wanted by J. F..Kiekliter tee. 2-26-8t." Federal and state ipglMatlon to further of 25 pounds.' L. A. Duncan Co., Lake FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE j
: 2.18-tf the cause of organized labor I II Butler, Fla. 1284t.
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CARD OF THANKS also to be considered by the conference ,
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Goods delivered at any time: W. which proposes ,to sift out the Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Days ." I ,
The member. of the Starke Woman's whole -question<< of the "open shop" vs < lJt
M. Bryan. Phone 82. 225tf. DnjKHIMt T* anA mantr IfPAZOOINTMl3NTfall; '
Club heartily thank Mr. "Doc" Harvey trade unionism. to iuio lu.hknu..ilmiil. 31iHMiln I or FraIn'm.t.y . I'IIO.... ,
R. L. Mott has moved his family to and his "minstrel men" for their The conference' union leaders said, ...,1|.,11 l MW.X n IIM!'..+ ,11> l-h'n.t,li,.t rl'...'.""w'..,nn.J.'MJn.y.I'"co.n I" ""
out the kind, cheerful and successful effortsin is expected to determine. the attitudethe
has bought
Starke. Mr. Mott
their behalf, in giving the minstrel federation shall take in its rela-
D. L. Silcox store near the depot and
will sell general merchandise. performance Wednesday night. The Lions; with incoming, Republican ad- You'll Feel at Home
proceeds was a welcome addition to ministration. A survey of industrial
their funds, on which big demandsare conditions throughout the country
,the Mrs.estate Anna of C.Mlron A..Mixon, admlntstritrir old the two of I now made. We assure the ladies was being taken today by labor leaders DeWITT C. JONESEvery I IYou'll
who took in the
store buildings on N. Walnut street and gentlemen part for today's meeting and all agreed
performance of our appreciation and that he present depression was the I
to Brady Brown, of Providence.The .. gratitude. 'worst the federation has faced Thing in feel at home when you viiit thi. Bank '

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U. D. C. will meet Wednesday, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS years HardwareFARMING we can assure you. 'f'
2nd at 8:30 at the residence '
March ANOTHER FIGHT WON BY Jnl ":
of Mr*.'-J. M. Brownlee. Hostesses During the past few days G. M. In. UVS" IN TUB '
for the afternoon are Meads. E. L. andJ. man, local representative of the E. A, One of our most ceaseless purposes is to ao'I i

M. 'In"ownlee.Mrs. Strout Farm Agency, has made realty !More Funds Voted; for;; Enforcing, '.I
follows SUPPLIES treat our customers that they will consider
sales as t hibition Amendment I
W. G. Powell, of.Jacksonville, To W. M. Fowler of,, Brooker, theF. j
TOOLS I each visit to this Bank pleasure.
was in Starke three days lately, to i C. Haislop place east of town. Washington ; \; 23.: -Friend* of'' a
visit her brother, J. W. Andrews, Sr., To F. C. Haislop, the Hull cottagenear prohibition enforcement in the house IMPLEMENTS
and see her,many friends. While here the ice plant In Starke. !j[I Tuesday won another battle to keep i j Whatever the nature of your business
she kept,hous for Mr. Andrews. I To George M. Schwab, of Ohio, the liquor beyond the reach of those not REPAIR PARTS you

Frank Dickman place on the Kinesleylake permitted to handle or drink It. I can come to u* with the assurance that you
Garcia de Ora, Perfecto Grande road, better known as the W. M; After the flare up that threw the INTERNATIONAL
size, lOc at all dealers. 2.4-tf. Bryan place Mr. Dickman recently house into bitter debate toward the I IMPLEMENTSAND will courteously and considerately dealt

purchased this place, but decided to close of a peaceful holiday session; the l i with.
Last Thursday evening Rev. T. A. sell and buy again lie has no intention : prohibition' forces' rallied followersand I SUPPLIES.Call .
Matthews, centenary stereopticon lecturer of leaving Starke. put through a motion directing ,
gave 'an interesting lecture at The Strout Agency maintains a roll I conferees on the deficiency bill to give |
Our aim i ia that this Bank shall
\ the Methodist church, his subject being of honor among their representatives. the bill $1,400,000 to break up the liquor and line always be
Missions Visualized. This roll is published once a month in I traffic from now until.July 1. It I; Inspect our regarded by those who deal with it "The
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.. "Strout's Steering Wheel." J\.Irl| In- was the top figure discussed | If what you want is not in
Last week Mr. and Mrs. R. A. man's friends are pleased to note that : Before the vote was taken however, j for Bank with a Personality."
ordered
Weeks and children, of Brooker, and he heads the list for the month of charges flew thick and fast Chairman stock it will be
I Mrs. Week sister, Mis Edwina Me- January. This is a fine compliment Good, of the appropriations committee you
.._- I to'Mr. Inman, and it is a fine advertisement I declaring enforcement/ agents I
".. for Starke and Bradford I openly were winking at the law's vio
CatarrhCatarrh I county because It brings this section I lation. Representative Volstead, author (' BANK OF STARKE
I* a local dieeaae, greatly ro..dIUo.Innu-, prominently before the several thousand I of the act, more widely discussed I DeWITT C. JONESSTARKE
Sneed '. bJl'CATARRH eonetltullon,1 c eanatna Strout agents scattered throughout perhaps than any law on the statute I j .
om an<1 Blood t urll enllDy .the United States. ',,,," books, came back with the charge STARKE, FLORIDA
the bleed CATARRH and bullcl MKDICINB l:RlP the r..etore.eyaem 'I 'i'f", : , ___ that attempt was being made tojtreak ,I .: FLA.
HALL'S ,
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normal condition and allows Nature to I PINE HILL down the ,machinery of enforcement t
do tea 'Work. free. : through failure to provide adequate , t 1

V.AU 1.Dru..lfl.t.Cfcuer *,Ctrculare Co., TOleclo, Oblo..k1 Pine Hill, Feb. 25-Pine! Hill schooln 1 '''Appropriation!? ?"''' : ,

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t j I Ifi Mt down, Fronsfrt his long I legs, and still after Uncle SetTr BcaTpT I fact fche'owes cone to me. Aptf I dare
I laY he has given her some
jerked a speckled thumb toward theouter "Tes: end 1 think Im: going to get plausible extremely
reason why we ..
office. "I was. no no when 1 came It. I'm not fighting for myself alone, RbonM .

In here but the eyes of the girl onto but for a thousand dej>en
I r.l The nldo-oh, yow, them "rl'll' I must be r principle-for ati ancient sentiment

Introduced to ber. that was my father1 and la now mine

1 "Love at first. sight. ph, P.uckr' C You do not undPM
VALLEY "I don't know what, It I.lut\ It.. "I understand more than ;you give
1 a
nice Who Is .b"r' r 1 I me credit for and sonic day: you'll
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; "She's:: Moire McTavlsh. and you're realize! It. 1 understand Just enoughto

of tIeGIANTS not to make love to her. Understand a make me feel sorry' for you. 1 understand

I I rnn't haveyou; snonplng around this l what even my uncle doesn't

office after -< ay." Pl f suspect at present and that la tbiit

Mr. Ogllvy's eyes popped with Interest; i your'rei, the directing genius .of the

"Oh," he breathed.. "Vou have an eye Northern California Oregon railroad

I to the main chance younelf, have Tout and hiding belilnd your friend Ogllvy.

I \ Have you proponed to the lady a* New, listen to me, Bryce Cardigan :
I jA, Br PETER B. KYNE pet'" a You're never, going to build that road.

f Author of "No.. you l Idiot.' D* you understand

: "Gappy Rick*" "Then I'll match you for hep--or The suddenness of her attack amazed -
rather for the chance to propose Or t." him to such; an extent that he did

I rif r- "Nothing doing' Buck. Spare your / not take the trouble to contradict ber. ,

\ salt. these ngnntrlng suxplrlons. The Instead be blurted ,out angrily' and

fact of the malte..18. that you give me,, defiantly! "I'll build that rood If It
dI' Ooprngkt tr Feiac B. Km a wonderful' Inspiration.. I've always coati me my life-'If It costs me you.

been afraid Molra would fall In love Understand I I'm In thin! fight to win."

1 SYNOPSIS with some ordinary fellow around''l'lSf'Q I III "Ton' will not build that road" she
II II"alt
propinquity, you know-" II II"Just reiterated.,
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"You bet Propinquity's the stuff. "Whyr"Because
CHAPTER I.-Pioneer la the California ;
redwood region. John Cardigan, at fortyeven I'll atlck around. I shall not permit ;you to.
', . Is the 1 leadingcltlMn of Sequoia, '
I have financial\ Interest In the
owner of nula, ehlpi, and many acres of "-and rte been on the lookout tote norne
a, timber, a widower after three years *>fmarried Cue man to marry her off to. SIiP'ctoo Two of the Five Councilman Are for Lacuna Grande Lumber company: and
life, and father of twvday.old Sale" that financial Interest
It Is not to that
Brye Cardigan wonderful for you, Buck, but In Tell Me Your Home Telephone
P time you might learn to live up to private dining room of the Hotel; Number." you should build the N. C. O."
CHAPTER: IL-.At fourteen Bryoe makes "' "How did find out that 1 was
: her" A I Sequoia It I can 11. Buck you
the acquaintance of Shirley Bumoer, a .. arrarifre I an Important matter InI\ hurry Jnst '
b Itor to Baquola: and hie junior: by a few "Duck I'm liable to kiss yon""Don't !)I Ogllvy\ declared emphatically. "I'm tell me your home telephone number, behind ognvyi"Intuition. Down, Son, and Tell the Old Man
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( rear* Together they ,,1. t the Valley of I All About It"
i the OlanU, acred to John Cardigan and be too precipitate. Her father going to have tlieno'all up for dinner and I'll ring up at seven this evening Ten, I accused you of
t1 hie eon ae the burial place of Dryoeanther used to be our woods-bosa.' I tired and talk the matter over. I know' for your decl lon." It. and you admitted It." eliminated ; while I think she Is sorry

4. di ta4 part with mutual regret. him for boozing." I|I the breed from cover to cover. Pol- Reluctantly MoIra gave him the "I suppose you're going to tell youruncle that It must "be done, nevertheless In

"i'r CHAPTER III.-While Bryoe bat sots "I wouldn't care two boot If ber lowing a preliminary conference, I'II number. She was not at all prejudiced now" be, retorted wltheringly. a mistaken Impulse of self-protect

.....In... John... 10..Cardigan... and for meet the first with tune heavy views dad waD old Nick himself. I'm goingto I let you know whether you're Ruing to against this carroty stranger In fact, '"On the contrary,' I am not If It she U likely to let him do It."

}r" the future with unceri .inty. marry ber-If she'H have me. Ah get that franchise without dlfllcuhy or she had a vague suspicion tha't he was will comfort you the least bIt you "Perhaps;' perhaps. Eliminate the

CHAPTER IV.After the glorious creature!" He waved his whether somebody's Itchy palm will\ a cure curs for the blues, an ailment have my word of honor that I shall Ctrl, my boy.; She's trying t6 play fair

j 0011.... and a trip abroad graduation Wryoe Cardigan from long arms despairingly. "0 Lord, send bave to be crossed with silver first By which she suffered from all too frequently pot reveal to my; uncle the Identity of t. you and ber relative. Let us concentrate
oomee home On the train he meet me a cure for freckle Bryce you'll the way, what do you know about ; and moreover his voice, hi* the men behind' the N O. O. The fact on Pennington." .

i make Bhlrley her Bumner home on there her way with to ber Sequoia uncle te, peak a kind word tor me, won't ;you- your blighted old city council l. anyway respectful manner, his alert eyes, and la, both you and Uncle Seth annoy: me "The entire situation binge on that
Col PennlnrUm. Bryce learns that bis T his exceedingly.: How lovely everything Jump-crossing of his track Water
tatb..'. .,.. sort of boom my stock, eht Be a wonderful clothing were all rather on
.I.bt hae failed and that Oct. '
Pennlngton I. .....Iq to take advantage of good fellow." "Two of the five councilmen are for alluring. The flutter of a great adventure would have .been If you two hadn't street" L
the old 10...'. bueln. misfortunes. "Certainly.; Now come down to earth I sale; two are honest men-and one was In MoIra's heart and the started this feud 'and forced upon me "He doesn't know you: plan to- cross
I I. an uncertain quantity. The mayor flush the task of trying to be fair and Impartial them, does her* <
CHAPTER V.-In the Valley of the and render 8 report-on your steward of a thousand roses In her cheek
Olante .youngCardigan find a tree felled ship. I I"I'U 1* a politician. I've known them all when Buck Ogllvy having at length to you both. Forgive my: "No."

alrectly. are acroee that his It w.mother. out.down grave to eecure Indication try To begin, I've secured : since boyhood, and It 1 dared come departed she went Into Bryce'. private slang; but-I'm" going to band you each "Then lad, your Job Is to get ;your

the burl and evidence Menu. to .how that rights of way, at a total cost of twelve out In the open, I think that even the office to get his opinion as to the a poke--. soon.. - crossing In before be finds out Isn'tIt
Mnnlngion and hie woodi-bou, Jules crooks have sentiment enough for -Biiiriey.He told her earnestly: ?"
hundred of
:Rondeau, are Implicated in the outrage thousand one and three dol. propriety: accepting the Invitation.
lars and nine cents, from the city: what the Cardigan stand for In this Bryce listened to her gravely: as "listen carefully: to what I am about to "Yes but It'. 'an Impossible task,

CHAPTER VI.-Dining with Cot Paw limits of Sequoia to the southern boundary county to decline to hold me up." with all the sweet Innocence of her say: 1 love you. I've loved you from partner.' rm not Aladdin, yon know.I .

room nlngton paneled and with hie niece.redwood Bryce burl,flnde confirm the of your timber Township Dine. "Th n why not come. .out In the I years and unwortlJness she laid the the day I first met you. I shall always bave to have a franchise from the

<< tog hie uplclon of Pennlngton'a! guilt. I've got my line surveyed, and so far open and save trouble and expense: : Ogllvy proposition before htm. love you ; and l when I get around to city council, and I have to have rails."

; In ,a the diplomatic two men way declare, unperoelved war. by Shirley -I as the building of the road Is concern- "1 am not ready to have s lot of i "By all means accept be counselledher. It, I'm going to ask you to marry me. "Both are procurable, my son. Induce *

ed. I know exactly: what rm going to notes called, on me" Bryce replied ''I "Buck Ogllvy Is one of the finest : At present, however, that t< a right the city; council to grant you a
CHAPTER: VII.-ponnlr.gton refume. to dryly "Neither I of having I do not pORlesHowever, the temporary' franchise tomorrow and
: am desirous! dayI ,
? renew hi. logging contract with the Cardigans do and how and when I'm going to gentlemen yoiTU ever meet I'll stake I
Ar believing hie action bankruptcy 1 the Laguna Grande Lumber company acquire the right I shall exercise buy your rails from Pennlngton. He
r means |i do 1C, once I get my; material on the I my reputation! on him. Tou'll find
for the latter Bryoe force Ron- I' start a riot In the redwood lum him He'dmake It." has a mile of track running up Laurel
ground. vastly amusing MoIra.
Beau to confe he felled the tree In the ; ,
'yi Valley of the Giant., at Pennlngton'e or I I "I have an option of a rattling good I IIIIel'OndhfllJd ber, market by; cutting prices to a Tttobe forget her' trouble, and "And when will that day be?" ,Very: creek and Laurel creek was logged out
c der. After punlihlng: the man Bryce point where I would have to sell my softly.ln awesome tones I three ;years ago."
i. him at Col. Pennlngton, who, with locomotive down at the be does know how to .order a dinner
ro"rl"I: had wltneiaed the fight. Pennlng Santa Ire shops. and the Hawkins it I lumber at w loss In order to get hold When Molts bad left him. Bryce "The day' I drive the last spike In "But he hates me. old pal."
k d I and the girl Indignant, of a little ready money. .1 tell you the N. O. 0." "The Colonel never permits sentimentto
ordere Bryce to leave her and forget thfllrfrl..nd.blp Barnes Construction company has .offered was roused from, bitter Introspections
I He leave,, but refueee to ao I me a steam shovel) half a dozen the man ha. me under Ills thumb, and by the ringing of the telephone. Fell a silence. Then ; "I'm glad, Interfere with business, my son. >H.
' dept dlimlMal. 'ij I i the only WilY I can escape I Is to slip Bryce Cardigan doesn't need the rails and! he does desire -
flat-cere, and a lot of tre nol and'l To his amazement, Shirley; Sumner was you're not a quitter.
4 r CHAPTER VRI.-R.turnlne I to Sequoia scrapers at ruinous price We con opt when he Isn't looking." calling him I IYou're Good-bye; good luck--and don't forget your money.; Consider the rail
the train on which Shirley, her uncle, and "Fluin-m-ml I Slimy old beggar!: Isn't bit errand. She problem settled."
I Bryce are traveling breake from buy or rent teams from local citizen a wee surprised aren'tyou my hung up and eat at
the; locomotive, and Bryce, who away could have and get half .of our labor locally. And he? 1 dare say he wouldn't hesitate Mr. Cardigan" she said teasingly the telephone for a moment dimpled "How do ;you "stand with the mayor

,+k the raped cabooee, at the and rick eav...of them till life from cut certain out as ROOD as ;you tell me how I'm to get to buy the" city council to block you, :' "You're wondering why, I .have telephoned chin In dimpled hand. "How I'd hate and"1 the do not council stand at alL" '
It i *"ath. being painfully Injured In doing eo. my material ashore and out on the Job. would he? to you?" you If 1 could handle you I", she mur
ril order It and get busy""That's "I _know hell lie and steal, I daresay "No, I haven't had time. The sudleniipRg toured "That makes It bad.
CHAPTER IX. Molra McTavleh. child "Not at all. 'The Cardigans are not
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'* s; hood friend of Bryce; and employed, In hie exactly where the shoe begins he'd corrupt a'public official. ( of It has left me more or les Following this exasperating but
N' office make 6blrl.. '. and Buck Ogllvy find stretched him known to be connected with the N. O.
rose
acquaintance
) to pinch. I'ennlngtop's main-11n : ,dumn Why did you ring up? Illuminating conversation with Shirley: ..
the two become frlende, O. Send friend
Needing money your bright Ogllvy\ :
badly! John Cardigan ofTere to soil Pen- tracks enter the city along Water self "I've got my work cut out for "I wanted" some' advice. Suppose Sunnier over the telephone, Bryce' after
that franchise the
I l nington the Valley of the Giant*, but the street, with .one spur Into his log-dum;i me, .haven't I?" he declared with n you wanted very, very much to know Cardigan was a distressed and badly He's only:
Colonel, confident the property must ..qon.i man who can land It. GIve him a tree
be hie through the bankruptcy; of hi* and another out on his milldockFrom yawn. "However It'll be a fight worthwhile what two people were talking about worried matt For an hour he sat band and tell him
to deliver the
.i enemre., contemptuously: rrtuioi. Unknown the main-line tracks we also and that at least will make It but found yourself In a position where slouched In his chair, chin on breast, goods
to her uncle, Bhlrley buys the ", by any means short of bribery. I know
Valley and the Cardigan have a new have built a spur through our drying Interesting. .Well? you couldn't eavesdrop. What would the while he renewed every Angle the
;you can procure rails and! have
.t leaee of builnne life They Interact capi yard out to our log-dump and awitchline Bryce pressed the buster on his ;you do?" .
i tal and decide on a echeme to parallel impose'Bible them at the Intersection of B and Water
Pennine-ton' logging railroad cut to our mill-dock. We desk, and a moment later Moire en "1 wouldn't eavesdrop" he told her however, to disassociate the business streets If
+,s can unload our locomotive, ateam tered. ".>ennlt me Molra to present severely: "That Isn't a nice thing to from the' personal aspects of his can procure Thursday the temporary night franchise Ogllvy

I C'HAinKH toz.Hurnnnitn ogtlvy, rail shovel and flat-cars on .our own Mr. Ogllvy.: Mr. Ogllvy. Miss McTavlsh. << do, and 1 didn't think you would con- relations with Shirley, and he recalled and nave It In his pocket by; six o'clock
"
road Bryi-e' collnm. friend.. wharf but unless The Introduction having been that she had '
I* decided on by the Cardigan a* the Pennlngton gives template anything that Isn't nice the very best of reasons Thursday night yob should have that
< man to figure tee the builder I of the pro.rF us perinlnslon to use his main-line acknowledged by both Deities, Bryce "But I have every moral ethical and for placing, their relations on a business l- crossing, In by sunup Friday morning.
; I
deco posed to railroad meet him.Bryoe goe to Ban Ftan- tracks out to a point beyond the city continued : Mr. Ogllvy: will bave frequent financial right to be a ,party to that basis rather a 11l'nUlllelltal one. Then let Pennlngton rave.: He cannot ,. I

limits-where a Y will letd off towhere need to Interview me at this of l'Onvl'rlllltlouonl-well-" For the present however, It I was all a i procure an Injunction to restrain 111I

4' begin CHAPTER work of XI.eurverlng-Ogllvy oetentatloualy for the line, the point of construction. begins tire Moira but It I* .our Joint deals "With you present there would be profound and disturbing mystery and from cutting his tracks, thus throwing

which le' announced a* a propoeod through -we're up a stump. that his visit here shall remain a no conversation that It?" after an hour of futile concentration I' the matter Into the courts and holding
route Pennlngton. vaguely alarmed decide "Suppose he refuses, Bryce. What profound secret to everybody with theexception "Exactly.: ; Mr. Cardigan. there come to Bryce the old childish
us Indefinitely because by the
to block up ,
i operation 'by making It Imiwnlble _ ._ .
of ourselves. To that end L L
to then? -ABO it is oi me utmost impulse to to his father
enoure a franclilee for the line I importance go with his time be wake up the tracks will have
through the aid Bwquoln of the In this Pounditone he plan to. anllet "Why: we'll simply have to enter he will hereafter rail at night when that you should know what 1* said?" trouble. been cut The best be can do then

mayor the city down Front street paralleling this portion of the town Is absolutely I 1 I "Y_" lie will be able to think without will be to fight us before the city: council
J CHAPTER XII ITo I IVnnlngton's tracks on Water street d"MPrIPd.'ou have an extra key to I "And you do not Intend to use your having his thoughts blotted out hy; a when we apply for our permanent

g | turning down B street make a Jumpcrossing the office Molra. 1 wish you would i i knowledge of the conversation when woman's face," Bryce soliloquized franchise"

return to Bryce Cardigan of Pennlngton'B line on WaterStreet give It to Mr. Ogllvy.; *, gained for an Illegal or unethical purpose "lie's like one of his own big redwood "Partner, It looks like a forlorn
'1" Having completed his preliminary and connecting with the spur Molra Inclined her dark head and !?.. trees ; his head .Is always above the hope," sold! Bryce "

", plans to build the N. O 0., nryce had Into our yard. withdrew. Mr. Buck\ Ogllvy\ : groaned. "I.do not On the contrary It I amawore storm." "Well, ;you're the boy to lead It And

returned to Sequoia prepnred to sit "See lore, my: son" Buck said I "Ood speed the day when you can of what I Ie being planned I can Straightway Bryce left the office and It will cost but little to put In the
'i ;I quietly on the aldo linen and watch solemnly, "In this your first adventure com out from under and I'll be per-1 prevent others from doing something went home to the old house on the crossing and take a chance. Remember

w I his peppery henchman Ogllvy go Into In railroad\ bulldlngrBryce milted to call during office hours" he Illegal 1 and unethical." knoll. John Cardigan was sitting on Bryce once we have that crossing

is action I nodded. murmured. He picked up his hat and "In that event Shirley: I should say the veranda: and ,from a stand beside In It stands like a spite fence between
t Ogllvy's return to Sequoia following 1 I "I thought so; otherwise you withdrew, via the general office. Half you' are quite Justified In eavesdrop him George Sen Otter entertained him Pennlngton and the law which be

his three-weeks tour In search of rights wouldn't talk so confidently .of running an hour later, Bryce looked out and ping." with a phonograph; selection-"The knows no well how to pervert to nit

'I '; of way for the N. C. 0., was heralded your line over .city street and saw him draped over the counter, en- "But how can 1 do' It? 1 can't hide Suwanee River" sung!: by o mole quaitette. .- his Ignoble purposes." He turned earnestly -

by a vlelt from him to Bryce Cardiganat making Jump-crossing .on your com Relied In animated conversation with In a closet and lI ten." He could not see, but with the ; to Bryce and waved a trembling "i

the (niter's office As be breastedthe petitor' road. If your competitor re- Moire McTavlsh.. Before Ogllvy left "Buy a dictograph and have It hid. Intuition of the blind he knew. admonitory finger. "Your Job Is to t

yr counter In the general office Moire.i 1 gards you as a menace to his pocketbook he bad managed to Impress Molra witha den In tbe room where the converna "What Is It. son?" he demanded keep out of court Once Pennlngton-

McTavlsh left her desk and came over'to he can give ;you a nice little ru a sense of the unmitigated horror of tlon takes place. It will record every gently-as Bryce came up the low steps gets the law on us the Issue will not "

nee what the visitor desired for ;your money and delay ;you Indefinitely. firing a stranger In a strange town, word of It." "George, choke that contraption off. be settled In out favor for ;years ; and

s' "I should like to see Mr. Dry ce ." forced to alt around hotel lobbies with "Where cnn 1 buy one?" Brjce took his father's hand "I'm in the m"lIuttmyou perish Run I

' d' ' Cardigan Buck began In crisp busInensllke "I realize that Buck. That's why: : drummer" and other lot souls, 'and "In San Francisco" In trouble, John Cardigan" he said simply along now and hunt up 0jf\1.\ ..,.." '

accents. II* was fumbling I'm not appearing In this railroad deal 1 i drew from Molra the assurance that "Will you telephone to your San "und I'm not big enough to handle C e e e e lot

In his card-case and did not look up at all. If rennlngton suspected I was It wasn't moreidlstresslng'than to have Francisco office and bave them buy It alone" (Continued From Page 2))

1 ;, until about to hand! bis card to Moire back of It, he'd fight me before the :, to sit around a boarding-hotme. night: one for me and ship It to you together The leonine old man smiled, and his
when his mouth flew half open, the city, council and move heaven and after night: watching old women tat with directions for using?" Smile had all the sweetness of a benediction. When Your Farm Stock Is Sick Look I

while he stared at her with consummate earth to keep me out of a franchiseto .and tattle, "Shirley, this Is most extraordinary.r Ills boy was In trouble and For. Rata

q frnnkueHs. The girl' glance met um the city streets and cross his This was the opening Buck Ogllvy "I quite realize: tlmt. May I depend had come to him. Good! Then he Disease among: farm animals don't j,

bis momentarily, then was lowered line. Of course, since hi* main line I find nimrreil; for. Fixing: Mnlra with upon you to oblige me !In this matter" would not fall him. "Sit down son, just happen. Rats are carriers of danerous ft

9 modestly ; she took the card and runs on city property; under a franchise hi* bright Hue' even.. b* grinned' boldly "('", rtalnl,. But why pick on me of and tell the old man all a ,out It. Begin ; plagues-hog cholera foot and v 1
ear-I I ,
tied It to Nryce. granted hy the city: the city has nnd said "Suppose.. Mlw .McTnvlMi.ne all prsons. to perform such a mission mouth disease and that terrible\ of all i.
"Hum-m-ml" Bryce grunted.: a >rfect start a league for the dlxperslon of at the beginning
iin right: to grant me the privilege for you? and let me have scourges: -Bubonic. plague Farmers! ,\
I noisy fellow OglUy, ehr of nmklngxa juwp-crosslbg of his gloom. Vou lie the president and I'll "I can trust yon to forget that ;you all the angles of the angle." should throw around premises! RAT ,f

4 Tils clothes are simply wonderful- I line-" tip the fliiabclal secretary" have performed It.", Bryce obeyed and for the first time SNAP. It's sure and safe. 8 sizes ",

and ao Is his voice lie's very reaned.But . "Will they do It? That's the pro b "How won M -the league operate" "Thank you. .1 think you may safely John Cardigan learned of his son' acquaintance I5c.,65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed :'

he's carroty red and has freckledbunds I. lem. If they will not ;you're licked, Moire demanded cautiously trust me. And I shall attend to the with Shirley Sumner and by D. C. Jones Starke.-Adv.
Ii,; : Mr. Ilryce. iny son, and fin ou of a Job." "Well, It might begin by giving a matter immediately" the fact that she had been present In ,.

i Bryce rose and aauntered Into the Bryce. hung his head thoughtfully rlliuii-r\ to all the metnhPre followed "You are very kind.. Mr. Cardigan.' Pennlngton'a woods the day, ryce; had :
,
rene-ml office I I "I've been too cockmire he muth'rl'dprellentlr h"l a little motor-trip Into the countryncvt Ho' is your dear old father Moira gone there to settle the score with .1

xt 1 "Mr. Hryce Cardigan7" Buck quart "I shouldn't hsve spent Saturday afternoon. Buck ug- told me some time ago that be was 111." Jules Rondeau.

i e "At your aervlce, Mr.XgHvy.\ ; pleuNecome I that twelve thousand for rights of way 10'I a u la""TIiank I until I had settled the matter .of the Uolra's Madonna glance appraised It's too bud the circumstances are a confessor John Cardigan heard the

you so much sir" lie-fol. franchise. him "steadily, "1 haven't known you such that we, who, started out to be story' now and though Bryce gave no \
r lowed nryce to the letter's private "Oh, I didn't buy any right .of way v..ryolollC.. Mr. Ogtlvy. she reminded such agreeable friends. see so little ofeach'other. hint In words that his affections were DAVISINSURANCE \1
t office clotted the door carefully behind -yet. Ogllvy hastened to assure hit u. him. Shirley." Involved In the fight for the Cardiganacres
him and utvod with hJs broad back "I've only signed the land-owner "Indeed yet did''l his father
up "t h, I'm easy to get acquainted It Is. However It'* all your know.lt. for
against, It en an agreement to give; or sell me .aright ,wltli." he retorted lightly "Besides. fault I have told you once how you he was a parent. Arid his great heart
"Buck, are ;you losing your mtudl" don't I coma well recommended" He can obviate that'distressing situation went out In sympathy for bis boy

Bryce demunded. of pondered' for a moment. Then : "I'll But you're so stubborn Mr. Cardigan. "I understand sonny: I Qnderatand.' 3
"Losing It} 1 should nay net I've time way within at the stipulated figures you what Mimic Ml'T avlah, Suppose "I haven't got to the point where 1 This young lady Is only: one additional i
any one year from date.
t i Just lout It. Will the we put It up to Bryce Cardigan. If like crawling on my hands and knees," reason why you must win. for of course
council!
city STARKE
,h "I be\leve\ you. It you were quite franchlHc to enter; the grant and you a h.. auys It's all right well pull off the be flared back at her. "Even for ;your you understand she Is cot Indifferent
emus, yon wouldn't run the risk of being i city: JumpreniUngtnn's !party If he says It'a all wrong, HIno sake I decline to simulate friendship- to you."
tra'kllr"I'm
seen entering my office," I Iruttut nut and drown myself_nd fairer or tolerance for your! uncle; hence Imust "I do not know that she feels for me
sure I don t know Buck. Teti'llhave
old uenrl None of that I anything stronger than
.. be content to let matters a vagrant sym
Am I not the mainspring of the Northern to ask them-sound them out as thy are between stand pathy clad''l. for while she Is eternally '.
California Oregon. railroad and The council meets Saturday morning.They'll word than them has uo man Hpoka." I' She laughed us. feminine, nevertheless she has a Or***** Taatehw* dd01 1haM
marcullne
privileged to run the destinies of that meet thl ev..nlnc--tn the "FM think It o\er" wild Molra. s.tLLL ..\ lightly. "So :you are way of looking at many thing teetotal vitality energy by porlbtve! teed."*- i

aouUfw\ corporation a* I sue fltl" Ue "1.U meaua. Never decide such iincompromlilnpty; : ,belligerent- *J e r. Drat fov !!!,Is![ toheriin_. -le in tithing. the. blood You can aooa feel k.8lnn*>.
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county-with.very little likelihood of toask
.._ Flavor! REMEMBER v
------- being free for
time
some to come. The
WWYWY'1: capture was made Saturday night by * your !grocer for Cal-

[Live State Sheriff Farmer and J>
Newsy a point a dozen miles east of St. sure that you get it-the In-

-- ----- .-----.--------& Cloud, on the shore of a marshy lake, di anllcadontheorangelabcl.Then .
Told Our No cl are)e has so hidden that but few could have
by Exchanges. about bake
I : found the pot; and having found the git :
- the same delicious lake there day failures. For will
-- --- would have been much con you '
----- --- -' flavor as Lucky v fusion in locating the stills-and the ncvT have any. Calumet

i---------literally filled with 1 Ion Anastasia island with the throat. Strike. Becau mu"V Fortune favored the sheriff, always producca the sweets -
A. boarding at hojrtels gashed and a cut in the wrist. The who had been on the lookout for Tra I est and rot: palatable foods. '
and those traveling by automo-''coroner's Jury brought in a verdict cy since before taking hit official
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: bile. that the deceased came to his death sition in January-in spite, of the po And now rancmbcr.you
by his own hand through the use of a sage sent by Tracy: "You let mes me always use less than o{most

Wauchula is to bave a three and a razor. It's alone and I'll let you alone!" For a other brands because it possesses

half million dollar corporation and time Tracy's actions were negligible, greater leavening strength. ,
they propose to develop a two-thous'' A,party of hunters, returning from toastedLUCKY but'of I late he has been growing bold
; and acre stock farm and five thousandacres the practically unexplored wildernessof assuming that he had the sheriff

for a truck farm. southern Lee county report the locality cowed; yet all the time that official .-- Now Remember-
i seventy-five miles from Fort has been on duty on the Tracy trail ,
of cut Myers to be swarming with The Saturday afternoon the
Announcement a of 25 percent game. sheriff and ,
in wages of phosphate mineworkers party found deer bear panthers, wildcats STRIKE deputy went to the locality where Always Use
was made yesterday .The turkeys and small game in abundance there was a chance of locating Tracy. : .
wage cut will affect all workers in the C (GAR ETT'E They left their car and walked nearly _
pebble phosphate mines which means .wo miles through a dense marsh, r "
every mine in the south Florida dis Mrs. R. E. Walker who lives six o--) taking their cue from a trail along '.
trict. miles from Wellborn a which vehicles had travelled
was burned to to carry ."... ,
death Tuesday afternoon. ,She was materials for the stills uu.l going: af
The county commissioners of Luke burning trash in her yard when in ter the finished product. and Keeping '''f isa

county refused the bid for convicts at some way her 4r** caught fire and A deplorable tragedy occurred' mostly In the marsh in the center of 'to,
their February meeting and will meet before her husband, who was in the the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Stevens which is a lake of considerable size. A t
again to plan for the housing and field, could reach her, was burned so who ,live near Live Oak, when U was on 'this body of water that a J
feeding, of county convicts and work badly that she died four hours after their 11 year old son, Eugene lost his boat was seen approaching ap/ darkness r,
same on the highways, of the countyin ward. life by the accidental discharge of a came on, and the actions of the There is no waste. If a / ",

the future. shotgun. The child had risen early -probably occupant convinced that it was Tracy recipe calls for one ecc-two :; i

A trip over Lake county reveals and told his parents he was going out wait for someone coming out to sleep or CUM of flour half a cup of Ca,...... k
The rpnboat American seven tons, hundreds of acres of new groves being to kill a bird for.. sifk sister. It appears cars were expected. The offl. milk tliat's all you use. Columbia I
not far from
was sunk in Pine Island sound by an : set out other than the large: acreage that in climbing: the fence, he, only two landing one of the You never have to re-bake. Meffi.Contains '
by development organizations. It in the the places on that shore R.dpe
explosion about noon Monday. Capt. some way, discharged gun
and it
McIIargue was in command and West is estimated by those conversant with charge blowing one side of his head in was at that point the boatman only t such ingredients -4 cups sifted ,'
Smith was running the engine which grove affairs that more than 1,000 almost entirely oft Ho never fully his pulled made fast his boat, took out as have been officially flour level Calumet tea-
is a 30 horsepower oil burner.A acres are now being planted by Individuals recovered consciousness and.at*four the blankey" and started to camp for approved by U. S.Food Authorities, Baking upoona Towder.
in 5 to 100 acre units. o'clock in the afternoon died. night. It was then the sheriff ordered I. the product of the largest" most 1 -
tablespoon sugar
his hands up. For a second the modern and sanitary Baking Powder
house a day is the building reI"ord ( 1 teaspoon
man hesitated Factories In
J. A. Thompson and 4 old and it was believed he existence salt 2 tKK2
made by the Triple Cities. More year son Ben Campbell a negro, was taken ,
than three hundred new houses have I of Ocala were killed Monday on the from the city jail, at Wauchula just was to draw a gun, but the IIherilthrl.'atl'tlt'd \' Gluten gives! flour!! .a good!. part of cur of sweet
to shoot if Tracy made tad v.1w-the Then mix
been erected In' Umatilla road about two miles from before a element.
Daytona Daytona midnight Friday night by a .
move and the In the
,
I arrest regular
Beach and Seabreeze during the past Eustis. While adjusting the windshield -' mob composed of between two hun added was made withno nourishes the ' trouble. -
.
year. the machine swerved over an dred and three hundred men, strungup / pistol Tracy carried a getting It.\-JfflU JHjrj; Juntos'! l p I embankment and turned turtle into a to a telephone pole and his body ficers which was taken before the of !!, lknr. tn,MIf rhtpg, 99atL'
small lake. Mrs. Thompson and the started on the march to the automobile -
The milk shipments of the Her. riddled with bullets. The lynching of
other twin succeeded in extricating and no time was lost in placing -
nando County Dairy Association have Compbell followed his indentlfication him in the
county jail.
increased weekly; since its inception herself and boy by a young white girl of Zolfo, whom "
until now they average 220 gallons a the negro was alleged to have attacked We gladly report that the sick! dl'n. of Starke ,were callers here Mon-
day bringing in a weekly revenue of 4 Live Oak is going to have a theatre earlier in the day. She broke away THER ESSA folks of our section are still Improv day.Mrs.
over one thousand dollars to the dairymen which will compare favorably with from him and ran. The negro got ing. C, J. Ilcrrington visited relatives
composing it. the best in the state. The theatre away when the alarm was given and Theressa, Feb. 25.-Rev. C. J. Bru- )Jr. Middl'ton. of Starke was in our at 1'alatka Thursday. returning
will be constructed on a burned lot ina boarded a train. A brother of the ner, of Lake City filled his appoint town on professional business several home Friday f
Machinist's Mate Fhilps of Pelham prominent location in that city and girl followed in an automobile and ment at the Baptist church Saturdayand days during last week. I R. M. King and G. M. Ilennett were
Ga., whp was Injured when his seaplane is expected to be modern in detail and reached here in time to intercept the Sunday. One night last week a number of visitors to Hampton Monday afternoon -

crashed into a telegraph poleat finish. The new playhouse will have train. The negro: was taken off and S. B. Woodard was a visitor to of folks assembled and wont to the .
the naval air station near Pensacola cost when completed about $25,000 locked up, and the girl was brought Hampton Saturday home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sullivan, and Jim Koon of Wuldo, was a visitor
died, at the hospital. Chief Ma- and will be an added attraction to from Zolfo to identify'him, which she Mrs. ,1. II. Moore, of Starke spent gave them an old fashioned serenade. here Monday\ ,

chinist Conway who was in the plane that lively, and progressive city. did. The lynching followed. several days recently with her son, D. Mrs. J. F. Owsley has been suffering J. L. King:, Sr., has returned from "
with Phelps suffered cuts and bruises W. Moore.C. from the effects of a spider bite several days' visit In l'Ut"burlI'a.: ., 1
but is expected to recover.A I St. Lucie county is aroused as never Mrs. Ida Hucksby, of Cleveland, A. Youngblood .wat transacting since Wednesday, but at this writing on business.
before in its history over bootlegging lost a valuable mare in a singular business in Hampton Saturday we are glad to report her much im

young Douglass boy was burnedto | the prevalence of lawlesness and the manner last Friday night.: The ani- G. M. Bennett was looking afer proved.C. Send in your order for strawberry' k
death at their home near Riverland .apparent lack of sincere effort on the mal was in a small pasture lot and, business interests In the, county metropolis Sullivan was among our visitors tickets to the Telegraph ofllce.
and Mrs.. Douglass and infant child I part of the officers to break it up. The some time during the night, trIed' to Saturday to the county metropolis Saturday.
,were seriously burned. Dr. Sistrunk shooting affray of last week, in which enter another enclosure that was Johnnie Williamson, of White M. Hall and family are moving this No Worm. In a Healthy Child "t''
received a phone call and went at once I one man was fatally wounded and fenced with a horizontal rail of slats Springs: spent Sunday hero with his week from the A, L. Sullivan cottageto All children, trouliM with Worm have .o imbMlihyooliir. r
but when he arrived the boy was dead three others shot and the cause of -that is, pieces! of lumber two inches flivrds. the Zeigler place. .which Indltaun: pour bled,sod airnto. .
and he did what he could for the mo- which ,is reported to have been for thick and six inches wide Whether Arthur Bennett of South Florida, Several crates of strawberries are there TASTrtess to more: or CHILL I Is.. stomach TONIC dlMurbano gives roar, 1.1osovas ...",.
ther and others who were burned. the protection of a cargo of whiskey "he, tried to jump the fence or break visited his parents Mr. arid Mrs. G. being shipped from here and our farmers tarly lot twour three week, will, enrich th. blood,
has served to bring public sentimenttq through it, was not determined; but M. Bennett, a few day. ]last week. are receiving excellent! pricesfor Itnprovfi the dlftflMlon cod act a.a(moral Siranm h- '

William Schafer, an investment ;, action. the rail broke in two leaving splintered T, B. Triest has recently\ planted them. ruinS throw Tonic off or to banker of Pittsburg, has purchased of ends, one of which entered the several acres to Irish potatoes. Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bain- perfect liMlta. .'......01 to Wk*. its per battleKi1bThat' .
Groveland Farms Co., 20,000 acres of Capt. William Lancefield and crew mare's breast; and she evidently kept l
.land lying in and about Groveland; Including of the British tanker Delmira, of Liverpool pressing forward and thus forcing: A TONIC
a factory site along the rail- which burned with its cargoof the rail into her breast until it had drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores i\\

roadfl He left for his home to per- 2fi,000 barrels of crude oil off Sand penetrated to a depth'of,nearly two Energy and Vitality by Purifying and '' "i\.
fect hjs) selling organization and will Key Wednesday night, were brought feet. Next morning she was found the Blood. When feel Its Cold WithFOR -
'return shortly /and make his general to Miami by British Consul Ilubbard dead in the lot with the piece of rail Enriching you jPt.t'Lt
headquarters at..Groveland.R. on the Seagull to await orders from still sticking in her breast. strengthening! .Invigorating effect, sue howit ,,. "
color to the cheeks and howIt
I the owners of the ill-fated vessel. No brings : ;
II. Wills who was accidentally one perished in the fire and the crew An incident out o' the usual occurred Improves the appetite, you will! then
shot with a revolver while crankinga was transferred twice from boat to at Mayo just before the special appreciate Its true tonic value. ;
Ford Saturday morning died at a I boat, each time in a rough sea, with- term of circuit court called by Judge Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply t\\
Tampa hospital. The accident ,happened -I. out mishap. Home came to a close. The term was I i Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So CASCARA( QQUINNE!
when the gun which Wills.was called largely to take up the case of pleasant even children like it. The blood
carrying in his hip pocket fell as he I Shrimp ship menu) uy express alone Joseph S. Townsend charged with' needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to '}

was cranking a car. On falling! to from Fernandina from Feb. 1st to criminal assault and incest. The jury Enrich it. Destroys Malarial gennn and 4QM11 La Grippe ....
Colds '
Coughs
the the revolver was dis Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating \ !
pavement Feb. 17th, totalled 2300 barrels. For failed to agree upon a verdict, six I ,
charged, the bullet "penetrating the the month of January shipments to- standing for a verdict of criminal as- Effect/ uflo. Neglected Colds are Dangerous ,
back.,, taled 8874 barrels. This doesn't include sault three for Incest and three for a
.
this standard remedy handy for tn. fleet .n. .*. ,
chane
verdict of In few minutes Tak no Keep .
John keg and box: shipments, which not guilty. a In Girlhood Womanhood
The body of J. Flynn a gainer have been averaging about 25 daily. after the jury had reported their Breaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves 'I
by trade, who had lived at St. Augus- During the year 1920 Fernandina i I failure to agree, the accused withdrewhis Motherhood Grippe In 3 days-Excellent for Headache \\1

tine for the past two years!!, was found shipped by express 37,325 barrels, the former plea of not guilty and en- Roanoke. Va.I bar taken Dr. Quinine In this form does not affect the hed--Caacar. Is bat Tonic r,
tonnage of which in round figures tered a plea of guilty to the second Pierces Favorite Prescription from L..tive-No Orriat. In HUl'a J ,

equals 5.l 98,7liO pounds. This docs count of the indictment-incest-and Urn to time for over IQ< years and DRUGGISTS SELL IT \ t ,
not include freight shipments of raw was given a sentence of ,ighteen always found relief from 11. When ALL .
STOMACH IN ORDER! and canned shrimp years in state prison Sentiment was I was /first married about IS years ,
i I I rather strong against the accused and ago, I hajj feminine trouble. I began: f

NO INDIGESTION, I| "Private stock" in Florida is inviolate I Sheriff Murray, to avoid the possibility taking the 'Prescription' and aho tb* -
of mob violence, left immediately 'Pleasant Pellets' and I obtained snob
| according to Federal Judge W.
I 11. Grubb who ordered 300 quarts of with the prisoner for Raiford. wonderful benefits that I contlunod. I .w_. i .
have taken
GAS, SOURNESS all of Dr. Pierre's ruedIcinns -
choice liquors returned to t. A. Munn I, .with the greatest satisfaction.
i of Palm Beach. Judge Grubb held William Quinn, a young white man "My sister Is taking Dr. Pierces ,; .
"Pane's. Diarwpmn" baa proven itself i that it was no violation of the law fora who with two companions, was selling Pleasant i'ellela at present and says
the surest relief for Indication, Gases citizen to have liquor in his posses- furniture polish around DeLand was they are all any ODe nan expect '
Flatulence; Heartburn, Sources, Fermentation slon for personal and the seizure, held without bail by County Judge "1 bare given Dr. Pierre's Favorite
or Stomach Distress caused which was made Sept 18, 1920, will McCrory on a charge alleging criminal Prescription to my daughter who Is
by acidity. A few tablets give almost 1< years old, and also the 'Golden ? 'I
be restored to its owner. The decision assault against a white married SYeanAgo-
and
stomach relief
immediate shortlythe Medical Discovery' and they have
: is have wide woman of DeLand. When court con-
) stomach is corrected so :you can eat expected to consequences don- bar a world of (?;ooa."-MRS
favorite foods without fear. Large COM I in the enforcement of the vened the judge requested the spec JOHN MORRIS. Fifth. AT*.., N. E
eats only few crata at drug store. Volstead'act in Florida and possibly tatora to leave the courtroom, also requesting All druggists soil Dr. Pierces '
Millions helped annually elsewhere. lawyers not interested in the medicines. andiodap, .' ',,''t'ti

I 'case and newspaper men to also leave. t
Friday while tied up .t Neal's Land- All complied with the request Quinn ;i
ASPIRINName ing discharging freight/ the steamer who IB a stranger there, is charged Mr. J. A. White Bays "If You Have
Eufaula caught fire in the wood usedon I I with entering the woman's home in An Automobile, Keep Rat Snap
the steamer for fuel, near the fur- the absence of her husband ostensibly "If I knew about RAT SNAP last
"Bayer" on GenuineTake nace, and all efforts to save the vessel[ [ for the purpose of selling furniture winter, would have saved $120, My "
proved futile. In a few minutes the, polish and it was alleged that while car was in the garage for a few weeks Michelin Invented It. :
steamer was horning- from stem to, I there he forcibly assaulted her. Upon during bad weather; when I went to pneumatic automobile
stern Tie, ropes holding her to the, the return of her husband, she told take it out, found that rat. had eaten tire 25 yaara ago j \ '
Q shore burr' in two and she floated I the story of her abune. Officer Pete great holes in two new tires. Got
down the' river a blazing furnace. Carlton arrested Quinn and his com- them later with RAT SNAP." Three f- U '
While many on board got ashore in i 'panions and took them before the sizes, 85c, 65c$1.25. Sold and guaranteed ISMITH'S GARAGE O O 1

small boats, several of the negro roustabouts -!woman, who identified Quinn as the by D. C. Jones Starke.-Adv. e3.il|ST ARKE
Jumped into the river and[ man whom she charges with the crime .
swam ashore. |Quinn then attempted to take leg bail ...UAAUlllld) .....,.,.mm

land was shot at twice by Carlton, one COFFINS & CASKETS 1 .v .

Elias George, 25, a Syrian merchantwas ; .shot going: through his hat and part- 4'
Aspirin only ae told in each pack.age shot and mortally wounded by ing his hair and the other striking his And a Full Line of o
cof genuine Bayer Tablet of Aspirin. robbers who entered his store in Jack 'leg and bringing him'to the ground. t/neferfaAcrV Supplies
Then :you will be following the direction sonville Saturday shortly after midnight -
and damage worked out by physician mil The wounded man was rushedto I Joe Tracy, reputed;; : forger, jail AUTOMOBILE HEARSE r,
'' safe by
during 21 :years, and proved hand The best service -
the Always on
the 5
county hospital by police "
substitute ,
lions.II yon Take see the no chances Bayer Grots with on tablet, Immediately following the shooting. Habitual Conntlpatton Cured at the lowest prices. Special Big Beeduction In Prices You will make a mistake '
you can take them without fear far He has a bullet wound through his In 14 to :21 Days attention to telegraph orera. If you order your 'rtUl--
olds IleadsrbeNeuralgia Rheumatism, head and it i Is said his case !N hope "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially-\ Registered' Embalmer zer without getting our new price lists just issued. Plenty
F.aracdw TooUiarhe, Lumbago\ anti for prepared SyrupTonlo-Laxa'J ve for Habi tug: Order Fertili/ers In-
less. The bullet struck him in the of Materials, prompt shipment. now. ,
I"iun.few Handy ccntV tin IniRRlitt boxes of aJiwi twelve a"lIlargt'T!!tablet.cost middle of the forehead. At an early Constipation.should be taken It regularly relieves for promptly 14 to 21 dsyrto bu DeWTIT"CLONES: eectivideH, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

parkin. *,,r,1rln is the trade mark of hour Sunday morning the authoritieswith Induce rniJiUitr! action. It Stimulate and STARKE. fILA.oII E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
layer Jl.lullnr.l'tnre of Mon i', ,''" -"Id- bloodhounds are on the trail of Fn'''I' ,fey! Very Pleasant toTakJ 80ck JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
: those for the crime. > ',"HUB .JI'Iu.\UJ.WI r
ester of a'ic! 'llc.'- d. responsible ; IoIII


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