Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 4, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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f CANE CRUSHING MAY 'START IA. ATTEMPT IS[ MADE FULL SCHOOL I ,



,; FACTORY HER I: .TO\ KIDNAP MRS.+ TERM ASSURED 'II

,PLANT TO BE ESTABLISHED : ;
A. G. Rogers, of Richmond, Va., i ia .. One Thousand Dollars !Subscribed!: In
in Starke to look after his\ property, One Day by Liberal Citizens

situated in the Alfalfa section Mr. : F. E. ELMER OF JAX
IN STARKE Roptfa had been here before and i. The desideratum of having the

: delighted with our climate and other ,, ,. grammar grades of the Starke school
advantages. Ha hat now decided to< I receive term of seven months school-

Assures Bradford-Farmers Cash For STARKE BOY'S SAD PLIGHT make his home here. I, Maid Frustrates Attempt to ,Make RAILWAY MEN\ LOSE HALF ing this your, has been reached. The .f:
for the Away With Murder Cane Principal OF THE RAISE IN WAGE required sum has been subscribed
Mr. Rogers the patent <
Sugar Cane Crop owns '
and no time has born lost to the pupils fH
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.eomlte and manufactures it The -
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Crippled Aviator Has Hn in. Hospt- the teachers
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The United Sugar Corporation the tal for Four Years geomite is a simple mathematical instrument I Jacksonville March If -An attempt Atlanta, March 1.-Wage reductions the risk of generously took )
ten Million dollar sugar refinery concern designed for the use of,al JI was made to kidnap Mrs. F: Eugene on the Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic 101lnl1or having ,to waitfor I

that now has several thousand Dorm Adams, brother of Hill and artisans who must lay out and 'solve< Elmer, former wife of the late Frederick -, railway became effective today an and Indefinite school time for their salarles \.'\

acres of sugar cane land of its own Cecil Adams, was
besides having contracted with farm of the expeditionary forces during the especial value to builders, lit! intricate i in her home at 1818 Ionia street, at district court here yesterday to President devise and February 18th

ere to grow cane on several thousandmore world war, has seen exciting times, figurings about the fitting of all }finds about 10 a. m.,. Monday, according to B. L. Bugg, as receiver for the sum that ways would be means sufficient for raisinga to ,.:\
and whose large sugar refinerywill suffered bodily injuries, and Is not of rafters this little instrument'solvei the police. road, which concurred in a bankruptcy the run \
grammar department two months
be Palatka, has a automatically. Mr. Rogers Intends to petition of a creditor last Friday. I
operated at apt to forget his terrible experiences The attempt was frustrated by the longer, making the entire term I'
representative in Starke this week as long ,as he lives. move his factory to Starke, and can timely appearance of Annie May Announcement of the granting was months Superintendent Wiggins seven and .
for the purpose of interesting business When the United States entered the thus enjoy our climate jmd do his Green, a negro maid employed in the followed last night by a request from Principal Dowling explained the I
necessity .
men and farmers in its intentionto war Mr. Adams volunteered his ..er work to as good advantage as'.anywhere < home. Mrs. Elmer was about to be W. M. Martin, chairman of the joint' for this course, in which the ,
crushing plant here else. If we get one factory we union committee, for a conference (
open a cane vices carried from her parlor to the hall of
to the country. He was assigned mooting concurred, end $250 was subscribed "' I
and contracting with farmers to :plant will soon have more, and Mr. Rogers the home when the appearedon here this afternoon with President ,
aviation ,
as a mechanician in the negress on the spot. In order to raise I, )
sugar cane ,with which to feed the corps and transferred to France. He may be assured of the good will of. the stairway.Mrs. BuRg, which he immediately granted. the remaining $1000 the following '
citizens ,The order signed by Judge S. II'
plant our Elmer wage .
r scouts was dropped by an pn-
was there with different air gentlemen were appointed as sol lei-
Thb move on the part of so largea identified white The dashed H. Sibley, provided that on applica
and had a chance to see several of the man man tors: A. E. Wall, G. M. Inman Rev! wv
concern demonstrates the truth of heaviest battles, and 'the horrible carnage : DEATH OF RUBY DAVIS through the, house and made his tion employes might be heard by him J. C. Diggs, T. N. Llmbaugh, ,J. M.

the statements made in the :past by and had, as may be believed,, escape through the rear, accordingto on the wage question and decision of Mitchell ,Rev B. p. Law, Goo. C. ,
almost every citizen in the county hundreds of narrow escapes from being Sunday morning, at 11:15: the pure the police. Only a meagre description the employee regarding such action White, D. C. Jones, J. W. Andrews, '
that Bradford county can produce fipirlt of little Ruby Davis, the lovely of the has been was expected to follow the confer-
shot or otherwise killed. At last,, man given Jr., J. L. Peek The town was divided j {
cane as good and in as large quantities when landing, the plane he was in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davie,, the police. ence.The Into wards, two or more solicitors
as can be produced anywhere else turned over, and he received a severe passed from this earth to her heavenly Persons seeking revenge o"r possibly cut in wages amounts to 60 percent working in each ward. When they '

In the state. injury to his spine, which left him a home. 'some of her' relatives living in of tho increases granted since went to work It required only one day //I'f
The company's representative,, Mr. cripple. < When the announcement of her Georgia made the attempt ,or instigated 1917 for skilled labor but is indeterminate to raise the 1000. The total fund I

Wm., II. Hartison, assured our representative lie was cared for in a hospital In death was made a great wave of sadness I it, Mrs. Elmer told a representative for common labor as tho order available is $1,250 which is considered
that he wanted to make con- over Cur town and permih1the, receiver to pay common
France until after the armistice, when swept many of the Metropolis,,ttih"r home sufficient for the purpose. This
tracts with farmers to raise from one were the expressions: of sympathy for Tuesday morning. Mrs.Elhier de- labor' whatever 'necessary to hire it Is another instance
he was 'brought back to the United showing that the 4
to a thousand acres of cane for a perIod States. His recovery was very slow,, the, fond parents who had lost their clared that ahe was warned 1 by Georgia in such localities as the road needs it. Starko people have the good of their
of five years, and that the highest and it seems that his horrible experiences only child. For a week she suffered authorities:that an attempt probablywould The 1 50> per cent reduction in increases Community! at heart. .
market price will be paid for it, assuring preyed upon his mind and made intensely from a complication of diseased be made. since 1917 has. been sought for two The school patrons and the facultyfeel : .. .
the people of this section a cash I him almost a nervous wreck, which that| baffled the skill of the physicians Mrs. Elmer was choked and roughly months by the road from the United 1 very grateful toward the donors

price for a crop that is easily pro i state was superinduced by the injury and trained nurses, and she handled by the man, according to States Labor Board.IIOLUER8'IUCKLAN. and solicitors, also to Major E. 8.

duced. The crushing plant will em 1 to 'his spine. Naturally his relatives knew no jest from pain until "God's her statement, A velvet dress worn Matthews, who, besides making a liberal
ploy labor all during the crushing sea I and friends felt very downhearted finger touched her, and she slept by her Monday was shown to a Metropolis ) cash contribution, also did the re-

son which means a weekly payroll over his sad plight.sbut since being re "Her 'lifo'was] like a summer rose reporter on Tuesday, The quired printing gratis
not to be sneered at. I moved to a new hospital they are glad That opens to the morning sky, dress was torn in two places, and, according Last Sunday morning at ten o'clock -
Mr. Harrison will be In Starke all : to Mrs Elmer, this was done Miss Jessie May Strickland and Mr. OYI'J.VN8
to hear that he is improving and able But ere the shades of evening close,
this end next week and will be present I to walk about with the assistance of Is scattered on the ground to die. when she attempted to fight her way : Reacy M. Holder were quietly married -
at the meeting of* the farmers I crutches. It is to be hoped that the I' from the clutches of the intruder. at the home of tho bride's parents Thursday 'here Saturday, at which time he will : improvement will be rapid-and contin- The funeral took place Monday afternoon The attempt was made' time Mr. and Crs. C. S. Strickland, home of Mr. and Mrs F. A., ,Scott was

explain the plans of his company to I uous. Ho has suffered much for his at 8:30, at the Methodist 'i after her husband, Dr. F. Eugene Elmer -, Rev J. C. Diggs: : of the Methodist the scene of a very pretty wedding
anyone who'may be; interested in findIng country and deserves to have the bal- church which was crowded with sympathetic and Tier son, John S. ITonson,-'I church performing the interesting when ,Miss Pearl R. Lyons and Mr. .s

a cash market for the sugar cane ance of his days spent in health and friends and ti ..uainUncea. left the house. The maid was buoy ceremony.The ; I Frank A. Lloyd) were united In marriage I.
he grows. happiness.{ I, The chancel and pulpit of the church I preparing the rooms on the second bride" was beautifully dressedIn Rev 11 ,D. Law, of the First i

1 were beautifully decorated with ferns, floor of the house, according to Mrs., a light blue crepe do chine. At I I Baptist church, performing the beau- h
MESDAMES DROWN LEE ENTERTAIN white dog wood blossoms and white I I Elmer. .. : twelve o'clock the happy couple and a iful ring ceremony I j-
U. I). C. HONOR ROLL FOR B. H. S. spirea. Rev. J. C, Diggs, of the Meth Both bride and have been in j
Mrs. Elmer declared Tuesday that,; number of invited guests sat down to I groom :
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odist church, conducted the last sad she could not identify the man if'' a bountiful Wedding dinner. Starke only a few months, Miss Lyons ,
Wednesday afternoon, at their beau- First Grade-Benny Sternberg, Eve rites, and Rev. David Lander, of the I I brought before her. The maid stated I' Mr. and Mrs. Holder will make i having come hero with her'lather, R. i r j

tiful country home, Mrs S. E. Brown elyn Stump, Etholin White, Grace Al Presbyterian church, offered a feeling that she would be able to identify him. ,their home in Starke. The Telegraph D, Lyons, from Waterville, Nova Scotia \
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lee and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. varez, Melba Silcox, Merrill Williams, introductory prayer, after which the I The authorities are making every tf- extends congratulations Canada. Mr. Lloyd's former home

M. Brownlee, delightfully entertainedthe Irma White, Margaret Williams, Pat choir, softly sang, "Asleep in JesulI.1', fort to locate him, although they are was in I/ockportp, Nova Scotia,.and '
W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. sy Brlnson, Cleo Shepard, Fenella Rev. Diggs read the 23d P ,, handicapped, because of the' lack of PRESBYTERIAN he also was spending the winter la t 1
The hall and parlor were made Snyder: Miss Olive Ray, teacher. also 2nd Samuel 12:16-23, which ,described i 1' clues> surrounding the Intruder's de Florida. '

more attractive by vases of lovely Second Grade-Hazel Adklns, Alice David's grief over the death scription.Mrs. The parlor; hall and dining room ; ,
roses, and a large number of chapter Fernandez Merrill Futch, Laura I of his little child; and based his com- Elmer was sitting in a rock- evening.Services. next Sunday' morning and were decorated with spring flowers !

members enjoyed this unusually interesting George, Eloise Ritch, Elton Cone, forting remarks on the verse, "I shall Ing chair with an Indian woolen blanket and the stair case, down which the ).
meeting. The president,;Mrs. Charles Fields, George Inman, Louisa I; go to him, but he shall not return to placed on the back of the chair. 10 a. m., Sunday school Grace ofGlvin& bridal party passed was twined with ,
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a. m., sermon on
L. G. Powell, occupied the chair and Howe, Thelma Silcox, Rachel Silcox, : me. Ruby Davis was born? July 16, Her back was turned to the'double ," green and white. While the ceremony i|
called for reports from 'the various Muriel Silcox, Lester Price Robinson. :. 1910, at Crandall, Fla., and was chris- doors leading into the parlor. She ,, was ,being performed the bride and
officers "committees. Mrs. W /. Third B-J. D. Griffis. Thomas Williams tened,by Rev ira S. Patterson. At was sitting close to the fire, which Shiloh.7:30"p!,, m., sermon. on'"Get Thee to groom stood under an arch frOM' .

Epperson acted. secretary pro tern; Florence Gill, Wilson Hayes, the close of the service the choir sang burned in the fire place. which was suspended/ a white wadding
and the treasurer, Mrs. W E. Da'vls, Coleman WiIllamll./ "Safe in the Arms of Jesus. She heard, according to her statements Wednesday. 7:80 p. m., 'prayer meeting bell. Miss Lena Quigley and Mr. I.. ,'

gave an excellent financial report. I Third A-Leila Dea Andrews, Dora The active panoearers were Powell some one walk into the house "To Thy temple I repair A. Button, of Chicago, wcro the only
Plane were made to organize a chap- Manning, Louise Hayes, Clara Louise Carpenter'George C. White Telfair through the front door. She'believed Lord, I love to worship there; attendants. Miss Doris Law rendered
ter of Children of the Confederacythe Peek, Wilbur Griffis, Leon Alvarez, Long, Wilbur Scott, Harold Wall and it was the maid 'and 'did.-not become When ,within the veil I meet Lohengrin's wedding march, and during
organization to take place next T:.ies-., Vincent Alvarez. Kirk Lewis; and the honorary pall, alarmed until the man roughly placed Christ before the the ceremony softly played Love's
day afternoon at four o'clock, at the Fourth Grade-.Julia Canova, Paul bearers were Ruby's Sunday schoolteacher Us hands over he eyes., I Wewantu.mercy.'Comet Old Sweet Song. '

Methodist church. I Knight, William Duncan, Mildred S1I- Mrs. L. G. Powell, and four I relieving that someone was playIng PAVID LANDER, V. D. M. The bride, who Is a petitebrunette, ;t"
The historian"announced that Rev.:, cox;Henry Morris, Oscar Silcox. little class, mates: Lucile Mitchell : a trick on her she laughed and Inquired never looked lovelier than In her wed
,H. G. Dennison, of Lake Alfred, had Fifth Grade B-Ruth Sternberg, Gladys Russell, Hazel Middleton and as to the identity of he person ding dross of champagne/ colored silk
presented the U. D .C. library with a Charles Lucian Kickliter, Walter McDonald Harriet Ritch. F. A. Scott 'and Olin behind her. The man then reached I reporter, that she was about to be the mull, hand embroidered. Miss Qulg
valuable copy of Sidney Laniers Jr., Merrill Struth. W. White acted as ushers; andthe" for the wrap and placed It about victim of a kidnapping scheme. I Icy< wore a becoming dress of flesh "

poems, for which the chapter gave a Fifth Grade A-Pearl Manning, seventh grade of the Bradford "IlighSchool her head. 'She then realized, according She screamed for assistance. The georgette, with brad trimming I
vote of tt'anke. I I John Watson, Marie Manning, Louise of which Ruby,,wai 'a pupil, '' to her statement to a Metropolis maid on the second floor hoard her Mrs. Scott served a delicious'luncheon 'I

Mrs. R.,D. Boyd, of Tarboro, S. C., Mott Lucile Johns, Elizabeth An together with her teacher; Mrs. J, C. screams and rushed to the first floor. of chicken salad, pickles, beets?, '
and Mrs. Daisy McCauley of Jacksonville drews, Gladys Russell, Wesley Bryan! Diggi, occupied reserved seats, and NOTED ORATOR COMING On the >second landing of the stairs, and butter sandwiches,"saltlnes ,
two ,interesting visitors, added Beatrice Howe, LeRoy Frier, Edison also assisted carrying the floral of accordinjrto the maid, she saw an unIdentified and hot chocolate with whipped cream 'I''I'bread
to the pleasure of the meeting. '' Brinson, Mary L. Wynn, Pearl Horns ferings. A profusion of very beautiful Rev. Sam W.Small D. D., of Georgla man lift Mrs. Elmer from with a final course of strawberriesand

Mrs. McCauley is a. member of the by, Malcolm Thornton. flowers were sent by friends, and the well known orator, will'visit the chair. wafers. I
Martha Reid Chapter of Jacksonville Sixth Grade B-'Ethel Moore, Eliza besides choice flowers from many j Starke next Friday, March Ilth, and The maid frightened, screamed and The invited guests were Rev, and :
and at the close of the business sea beth Kendrick, Bertha Wilson, Jacob Starke garden, there were a number, talk on the subject "The Salvation of was about to return to the second Mrs. B. 1>. Law, Miss Doris Law, Mr.
sion' she read a splendid paper entitled Green, Carlyle Ritch, Don Hoover, of handsome pieces composed Easter I Uncle Sam. He should be 'greetedby /floor when the man' saw her. Mrs. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. T. N. Ii '

"The Private Soldier in the Con- ,, Elise Jones, Clarence Andreu. lilies, calls lilies, frezlas, cama'i a: large audience. Elmer was dropped from the man's LIrnbaugh, Thomas Limbaugh Free '
federate A my." Sixth Grade A-Eugene Matthews, tions and roses. From Mrs. arms and fell In a fainting conditionto Wynn. L. A. Sutton, of Chicago, Mr. 'j'"(,!

The hoste8ietI: assisted by MesdamesW. Sammy Sternberg, Florence Andrews, Davis, Sr., there was a large pillow' sad In the death of one so young and the floor The Intruder made his and Mrs. E. M. Thomas, Miss Marla t "j

L. Wall, O. L. Haynes and J. F. Gussle Mae Bennett, Mary Canova, with the name "Ruby" woven in frag- whose life was so full of promise. escape Thomas, Rev and Mrs. L. W. Klckll- t
Kickliter, served a perfectly delicious Hazel Middleton, Edna Manning, rant flowers The following local organizations RubyVas an unusually' bright' and Intelligent When Mrs Elmer was thrower to ter, W. A. Scott and Miss Doria ( I
salad course consisting of coffee or Thelma Snellgrove.Eighth made exquisite floral offerings child for .one of only ten the"floor the negress ran to her. assistance. Scott. 1:.i

chocolate with whipped'cream, chick- Grade-Hugh Brownlee. : Methodist Sunday school, year* of age. Last fall she enteredthe Mrs. Elmer was placed l on Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd have gone to' "i
en salad with'"mayonnaise, saltines ': Nintjj Grade-Isabel Fernandez, Woman's Missionary Society, United seventh grade of the B. II, 8. and a lounge In the room and first aid housekeeping In the Rivers house on H 1
olives, pickles and cheese sandwiches Louisa Diggs, Laura Wynn, Blanche Daughters of the Confederacy, Worn- was one,of the' leaders In')tier classes; treatment was rendered by the maid. Madison street and will become per y"s{:
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The meeting adjourned to meet in Alderman Orrle Wiggins. an's Club, Town Council: Bank of she was;also very fond' of reading and Her husband was notified at his office manent resident of our town., The ,

April with Mrs. W. ,L. Wall. Tenth Grade-Ethel QrlSn! Mndgc Pt '!Jand Farmers Union. Also would jit for hours enjoying some and a'short time afterwards he Telegraph extends congratulations to tt
Middleton. from her class mates of the 7th grade t fascinating book. and his stepson rushed to the Spring* this splendid young couple and wishes (' "

DEATH OF INFANT Eleventh Grade-Paul Canova, Nellie I B. H. S., and her teachers, Mrs. J. C. I IDigRS The sympathy of many friends and field residence. A report was mad. for them a long and happy married ., "
Stearns, Louise Fernandez, Adine : and Miss Doris Law. '' acquaintances In with the bereaved to ,police'' headlquarters and Detective life. 'l ,
The one month old infant son of Watson. During the funeral services all of parents who have lost their only child, Henry C. ,Smith was dispatched to the I''

)lr. and Mrs. C. S. Brooking, of Rocky Twelfth Grade-Aileen Alvarez, the business houses were llolled'aa a and may "111 who tempers the wind to house. BAPTIST 'i y;
Point died yesterday at 8 o'clock a. Levy Canova, Maggie Maxwell Ruby mark of respect and sympathy for the shorn lamb. be very near to themto A rigid investigation made by De- ";
m., at the home of Mrs. D. G. Ed- Mona Alderman. Mayor and Mrs. L."'t, Davis. The In- sustain and comfort "It U God's tective' Smith failed to reveal any' Sunday school 10'. m. '. ;
Poppell
wards, of Gainesville. Funeral ser terment was made at Crosby cemetery will." And after all, that old familIar tracks of the man. A search was also Preaching and baptism, 7:30 p. m. '

vice was held at Evergreen cemetery where the sighing pine chant a saying embodies all that Christian made In the rear of the residence Campaign speaker at 1| a. m. 1;.
yesterday afternoon at 3:30 and the METHODIST requiem for our loved and lost people can know concerning the stupendous but nothing that could lead the authorities B. Y. P. U., Junior and el'nlor. 6:80:! i
rest. Dr. John G. mystery of death. in finding the Intruder was p. m.
little body laid to
"Leaves have their
of the First Pres Sunday school, 10 a. m. time to faIl. The out of town relatives who attended located in the search Initial meeting Sunbeams' 4:10 p.
Anderson pastor
byterian' ,church conducted tho serf Preaching, 11 a. m. and< 7:30 p. m. And flowers to wither at the north the funeral were: Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Elmer told a Metropolis reporter m., Monday, March 7th,' for children,
wind' breath
vice. Gainesville Sun, Feb. 25th. Cpworth League, 6:45 p m. J Davis, Sr. of Fernandlna; Mrs. How Tuesday morning that she believed 0 'to 12. 'y ,\
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Mrs. Brooking" have many Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30'' stars to set; ard Davie, of Folkston, Ca.; Mrs. Jessie her life was In danger and that Midweek services, 7:30, 8 and 8:30p. ( '
Mr. and
friends in Starke, uho sympathize. p. m. ? 1 Thou. 'hast 0 Death all seasons!" for, thine own, Williams, of Jacksonville; :Mr. Ale she feared night and day an attackto m., Wednesday ,'t

with them In the loss of their interest J. C. DIGGS, f Davis, of Crandall; Mr. and Mrs E. be perpetrated by her relatives. "I BLANCHARD D. LAW,
tng little lion.I Pastor There is something Inexpressibly[ K, Perryman, of Sanford. am frantic over the affair." Pasto'r.

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PARR EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH., STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH 4, 1921.
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IS M. P. Matheny was attending to gie Dekle and Audrey Johns of Starke! 'I The Ward"Waters Trio gave a delightful

--- -..' GLAD SUE businesi [in Gainesville 'one day last : spent the week-end with ,Airs T.,J.. j entertainment at"the schoolhouse
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1 1HAMPTON' TOOK ADVICE week.Claude Crosby, of Washington, D. Dekle Hubert Bennett, of Jobn.town.wa.fl I the Woman's on the Club 23rd wish of February to' thank and the

County News Items 1 I C., is home on a visit with his parents transacting business in Lake Butler1Tuesday. i people in helping this course .of eft.I .

; \ I 1 Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crotlb)'. I tertainmcnt a success. The;nexfnum-'
II: OF FRIENDS -J. S. Brown and daughters, Mabel i Ernest Andrews, of Jacksonville, Is i bar will be on Monday', March 7th.

Ik Interesting facts Gathered During the. We k br Our and Pearl, J. S. Howard' and daughter 1 I the guest of Hal Maines this week. 'I j I Mrs. J. L. Smith visited in Jackson-

Regular ,Correspondent < JACKSONVILLE WOMAN SAYS Annie, of Dukes, attended church here ,Mr.. Roberts, of Atlanta, Ga., was i vllle last week. .,

HER RESTORATION TO Sunday, in,town this week. j I Miss Kathryn Dekle, who has been 4'I
If' II. R. Brown was attending to business Mrs H. L.
: Rosenberg entertained j relatives
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. HEALTH WAS A SUR visiting here, left Tuesday ,
---: --- PRISE1:,TO .HER :: in Starke Friday. Tuesday afternoon in honor of her Ik-I j I j for her home in Meigs, Cast '
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all. I L. -A< Brown was at Esrleton Wed S tie son, Laurie's, fourth birthday. TheI .r
PRAISES
TAN LAC
John of
; ) Fralick, Providence, motor.
nesday. I I guests; enjoyed and de-
Mrs. B. 1. Duke spent Friday night J : many games ed to town Sunday morninjr.Tfie .-
Hampton, March 4cA. Birt nnd with hire Bessie Roberts, assisting 1. E. S. Gainey "and family, of La- liclous refreshments were served. t
I famU)' were Visiting friends and reUtives her in caring for her daughter Ruby I' Tanl"I have taken only three bottles of C.rosse, 'spent Sunday here with rela Shep Itfoore, of Raiford, was a vie B. Y. P _U., .together with
c and I am surprised. to how
in Alachua county Friday: i iMrs. i Mrs. F. L. Drawdy, who has bern see fives ; itor to town Sunday.. I friends, were delightfully entertained
O K Prince nnd children quickly ray health has been restored"declared A. B.'Surrency and Brown and Friday evening at the home of Mr.
visiting relatives in Kathleen and ) family, of Pine Jjm charming daughter,
Marvin and Isibclle, of Tampa, are Homeland, returned home Monday. bliss' Jewel Howard who resides Hill, attendl'd' church here Sunday. Miss Mabel, of Miller, motored to our; iI i i and Mrs.' J, E. Maines. The guests
visiting relatives and friends here Mrs. Lillie Wilson has returned to at 16 East Church Street, Jack1onville : AnJell Crosby, of Starke- was in I j town, Tuesday. l j assembled at o'clock., The first gameI
this week. her home in Orlando. Fla. town last weeks !j Mr, and Mrs. ct F Rivers and children -'I played was a contest called pinning
: of is the "My health, was failing fait: and I and p'mholster i < in Jacksonville. the handle on the hatchet. Miss-Fryer
R. M. Dowling, Pompano, B. L. Duke was shopping in Lake '' Mr. Mrs. I.'W. were .spent Monday
K truest of his son, E. J. Dowling, this Butler Saturday couldn't find a thing'lhat would hep'! visitors Worthington! Saturday af- ,. Mrs. Rivers and children will remain| played while Miss Wilson ,sang, "I

'a ., ..r week Math Dukes and Marcus Dekle attended me. :My whole system was badly rundown tcrnoon. I' with Mrs. Tate Powell for a few days. Love You Truly," followed by Miss

Dr. Biggs, of S'arltr, was a pro t'II.alona1 the lyceum attraction, at Lake and I had lost my appetite and The many friends, ana relatives of]I J. S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to| Fryer playing the wedding march
didn't want to from Lohengrin and the mock' wedding
to
seem anything
ever
,
here Lake Butler -
visitor Monday.
Monday
Butler Wednesday evening., Mrs. W.
Mr..and I. Pinholster, Sr., of j!
eat. I suffered awfully\ from indigestion began. The flowers girls
A,, M. Williams was transacting !, Miss Hattie Dukes returned home Pine Hill, regret to learn of his illness Miss Mae Johnston, of Dobson, entered came
and off in weight, j first strewing rose petals along the
was falling
business In Starke Saturday school Monday morning.
several {
after
Sunday spending days and hope he will have a speedy
E. Baker of I was in a nervous strain all the time Miss Adel and Gladys Ilehidon way Perbeth Williams and Margaret
W. Brooklyn a
was
: |in Lake Butler, guest of her deter, recovery.Dr. en
and at night could get but little rent. Townsend acted as flower! girls'while
business visitor here Tuesday. Mrs. Stewart.M. ., Allen spent *week-end In tered 'school here Monday. j j I
Prof. Gibson of All through the day I felt weak and .Mrs Joe Crews and Shelton Mildred Roberts and Omie Scarborough
Lafayette county,, P. Dekle was the guest of his Ja k onvme. sons,
"Was transacting business in our town friend, J. M. Dukes, Saturday night. tired out and I was blue and discour Marvin Hazen l left Tuesday for and Martin, motored to Gililford Sun I were,, 'the bridesmaids. They

Monday Oliver Howell speht Saturday night aged. Newnan, Ga., where he will enter,the day.Mr. wore blue crepe paper dresses with
S. R. Johns and family, of Starke, with Mr; and Mrs. L.:G. Johnson. "Several people I knew had tried school of telegraphy. and Mrs. G. W.; Alderman, of pink sashes of the same 'material.

r were visiting here Sunday. ,J. N. Gainey of Lake Butler, was ',Tanlac and everyone of them spoke Rance Thomas, of Midway spent Starke, motored" to Lake Butler last Their hair was powdered and arrang
I Mr. Wagner, of LakeGeneva"wa. the i guest of D. I. Blume Saturdayand s o well of it that I made up my mind the week-end here' with relatives. Tuesday. I biasin the fashion of the olden days

a busings visitor here Monday. I Sunday. : to take it, too. That was five weeks Several from here attended churchat Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was a }) Ada Register, maid of honor,
r; J. M. Beville of Graham was hereon 'Ardell Drawdy spent Saturday' and I ago ,and today I am glad to lay'that Rock Saturday and Sunday. visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. cane ,next dressed in blue, hair pow

F business Monday Sunday In Lake Butler, guest of his I I[ am perfectly' well.: My health has Lee and Fred Green spent Sunday Miss Hattie Dukes, of Five Mile,S I dered. and hung in two.curls. Then
Miss Gladys Mansell, of Starke, friend, T. J. Dekle. been restored and Itake a new interest afternoon here. spent several days with her sister, the bride and groom made their ap-

was a business visitor here Monday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish are in everything. I enjoy everything Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., Mre. Bill Stuart, last week. I I' pearance, Miss, May McKinney and

,' 1 D. .Wt Moore and daughter, Miss, receiving congratulations on the birth I[ eat And am never troubled with in and Truby, Pinholster spent Sunday .. Ardell Drawdy, of Five Mile, wasa Prof. Holland The bride, wore white
; Daisy, of Theressa, were shopping in ', of a son Feb. 20lh. / digestion. I am not nervous 'and I afternoon at Pine Hill, at the home ofI. business' visitor to Lake Butler Saturday i satin, with her hair in the prevailing

Hampton Saturday.Rev. I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Walters visited sleep well and just aeemto have new W. Pinholster, Sr. I I I style. The groom wore knee pants,

.. Burke, of Waldo, preached at their daughter, Mrs. Russell Parrish strength and energy. I am certainly 'Mrs. A. B. Shaw and s6n, Albert of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason, of New !i a cotton wig tied with a biota bow
t ; the Methodist church Sunday morning j last week. glad I took my friends advice and Gainesville, were here Friday morn River, were transacting business f In( j and white Silk stockings. Rev. Elmer !
.and evening. tried Tanlac." town Saturday. i| Atkins Vas ,dressed similar to. the
B. L. Duke and Marcus Dekle made
I
,; Mr. Heiberger, of Brooklyn, was a a business trip to Little Springs Monday Tanlac is sold in Starke by Turner's ing.Alvin McKinney, of Louise? was Mr. and Mrs. Willard Parker and1children I groom and pronounced the wordy that
business visitor here Tuesday. I', Drug Store.-Adv. attending to business her Thursday.S. of New River, motored here, 'i made Martha and Geprge man and .
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.
i : R. D. Rawley, of Green Cove, has J. Waters and. J. Dix were here on .-- '---------- V. Andreu and R. A. Weeks were Saturday.D. I I wife After the merriment' had subsided "
accepted the contract of ,erecting a business Thursday. Mesdames' Kirby Smith and Mann at the Scout Hole Monday afternoon W. Borum spent Saturday with some old songs were sung, follow ,
l large, brick store building on Main II. Tomlinson called, on friends i in Roblnsonj; of Sampson, were here Sup fishing. his family. I I ed by other games' Refreshments .

street for A. A. Durden. The material this section Wednesday. Mess' Mr. Shackleford, of"Lake City, was J' Mr: Savage was called home last were served to the guests ,at a late

is'on the ground and Mr. Rawley I ; Marvin Ogden, Williard In town Tuesday.' week"on account of the illness of his hour. +
expects to have the building started j LAWTEY Smith, Roy Roberts and Tom Mills G. B. Colson was In Lake City Sunday 4 wife' We are glad to say she is improving
; In a short time. were visitors to Starke Saturday, I HIGHLAND
.
? .
it Mrs. Mary E. Hunter visitingher Dock Crews of Long Bridge preached I Petra Tomasella visited in Pence ,
1 IJ' : was: I, The young people's meeting at the A. A, Hazen and family spent Sunday
'... mother, Mrs. Thigpen, of Gaines Grace church Friday night offered here Sunday. at the home of'D. W:'Kelly. of i'ola during the weel(-end. Highland, March 4.-Miss Rena ,
' villa Wednesday, I{ much fun to all present. The debate R. N. Dowling, of West Palm Bench New River. Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman returned Marr visited relatives at Starke -last 'Ii

,." ;1. ; Mrs. C. E. Harper was a visitor to 'Resolved, That an old bachelor is o tn t i is here on' a visit with relatives.Mr. Ardell Crosby was in Graham Tues home Monday after a visit of Thursday. .
' I (, '" Jacksonville Tuesday. |) more use than an old maid," was wo and Mrs. J. D. Kirk, of Jack day a..,week with his parents at Olustee. Everett Bennett is visiting his brother
:, t Mrs. J. R. Hodges left last Tuesday -I ', by the ladles. sonville, spent the week-end with her S. V. Andreu and family spent Sun John L. Smith spent Friday in Jack at Manatee this week. <

,r ,y for Macclonny, where she will bed I Rev. 1{. II. Black'is teaching the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beville. day at New River with relatives. sonville. Misses Beth and Winifred ,;Wimber- j''

.i' \ the guest of her son, C. L. Hodges.i: higher grades of Lawtey school and Mrs. Sparks, Gracy and Oliver, of Mr. Taylor and son, Roy of Mid Miss Sarah Douglass spent Friday ly and G. [i. Barker spent Sunday
,r ; foil several weeks. l| Mrs. Pearl Jones is teaching the low Mounteocha, attendedchurch Sunday way, attended services here Sunday In Jacksonville. with friends at Kingsley lake., '
r E."P.'Jones, of Sampson City, was er grades night; Mr. and Mrs E. B. Andreu, Sr., and Miss Ada Register resigned her position Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bohann :n were

transacting business here Saturday I I Miss Mackery, who has been ill the Walter Edmondsoi, of Sampson, son, Roy, attended the commencement with the Lake Butler high visitors to Starke Sunday.Mrs" .
'.' t ? H, B. Wiggins and family of Starkewere i ', past week, is feeling much better. was a business visitor here Friday. exercises! of Midway school Friday school and Miss Edna Epperson has J. A. Starling left'Tuesday
visiting her Friday. I Young people's meeting at the Clubhouse Mesfirs. Ed and Blox Parrish and 1 night. charge of'the fifth and sixth grade for Jacksonville to visit her sister-in-

a Death of 1\1.... M. V. Dyal I j this evening at 8 p. m. You John Starling.of Sampson were -visitors Mrs.. Conner, 'of Raiford, is spend Oscar' Rimes, of Worthington wasa j' law, Mrs. Henry Bennett, for a cou-

S I : The people of Hampton learned 1 : that are young! come. here Monday.. ing this week here with her daughter, business' visitor to Lake Butler Sat |pie of weeks.
t with sorrow last Thursday evening Mrs T. C. Hazen. urday. I!I Miss Ollie Marr spent Monday in

,j. of the death of Mrs M. V. Dyal, and M I I GRAHAM BROOKER Wiley Thomas and family, of La- Mrs. '!'. O. Rawls and baby, of Starke with her sister,. Mrs I). _.
I' it was with aching hearts we bow i in ) r -- CroRse, passed through here Sunday. Worthington were guests of Mr. and j Rigby.

,f r Yk I submission to the will of Him who i I, Graham, March 4.-Messrs. Math Brooker, March 4Rev. E. B. Joy Lucile and Luther Harrell, of Brad Mrs. C. A. Roberts last Friday. I Miss Jam!. Sapp closed her school
r doeth all things well 1, Miosdln and Marvin Ogden were bus!I. ner, of Dukes, filled his appointmenthere ford, spent Sunday afternoon here. I I Miss Retta Fowler,.of Melrose.-was'I I at Clay Hill Friday afternoon with an

.1, 4 Mrs. "'Pyal. was born ,in Hampton i ness visitors to Gainesville Friday Saturday and Sunday at the FreeWill Mrs. Nipper and little daughter, of the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. I I entertaining program of songs, diaj .
, ,U., i August 1, 1892. She was married to I Miss Frances MurVhce returned on Baptist church: Newberry, spent last week here withre II. L. Fowler and family. I j logues, and speeches: Miss Sapp returned -

.,1 , Mr. John. Drawdy August 1, 1908, Wednesday from Tampa. Lewis and Marguerite Shriver we relatives I i. Hugh Ryles, of Salt Springs, was, to her home near Manning on m;
'j 1,, with whom.she lived happily six years I Me ars. Math Wasdln, Marvin Og- visitors to Starke Wednesday. Mn. L. W. Sowell of Alachua, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Saturday
' 'J 'during which time God blessed their ;, den, Tommy Oldham. and Roy Rob Miss Van Cone and brother, Charlie, in town several days of last week. I Townsend this'week. Messrs. J. I. Marr and W. E. Marr '

, ttj' : ',", home with three little girls. God saw erts .were visitors to the county .seal of Midway, spent ,the week-end herewith C. M. Andreu and family; of Brad Lee Greene, of Brooker, was greet were visitors' to Starke Sunday. ;\
I,", ', l' 1"; :' fit to take Mr,. Drawdy from: thisworld ,Wednesday night. relatives and friends. ford, attended church here Sunday. ,i I ing friends !in Lake Butler Sunday. H. C. Wimberly, Jr., made a bunt- .;;;;

" l' in the year.1914. I Ethel and Leo Dyal. of Ziff, vl.ltedtheir Fred Hazen and Hazel Warren attended Maxi Kelly, of New River,' spent Miss Alberta and Lota Sidling and ness trip to Starke, ,Saturday .'I?
,\ ( :', She was married to M.,V.-Dyal of t I|I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O the show in Starke Wednesday Sunday afternoon here. I brother spent the week-end at .Provi I .-_- ,"
r. ;" Hampton on Sept. 1,1919. ,:I'hey.Jlved l Dyal, Friday and Saturday. I night.; : .- ThomasLewisLast dance with homefolks. I WOODLAWN .,'

.b ;' "',' happily together in Jacksonville until -j j.w.Messrs. K.' B. Murrhee Joo Dur- Roland Thomas, of Miller, attended, Sunday morning promptly at Rev. J. D. Major filled the pulpit I )
a short time before her death when I chell and O. W. Dyal were buslnellBvlllt church here Saturday and Sunday.A. 10:80 o'clock. Miss Daisy Lewis and both morning and evening Sunday to Woodlawn, March 4. D. L.Phili'j 9

,, they returned to her mother's horn rs to Sampson Saturday. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was in Mr. Olson Thomas were quietly married ' an attentive audience! lips and daughter, Miss "Debbie... were ::-I
here> where she died Feb. 24, from I1 I Mrs. Lando Maines and sister, Mar our town Sunday. at the home of the bride's uncle, Misses Johnnie and Trumie Rimes, visitors to Starke Saturday. ';y)

: complication of diseases. Mrs. Dyal'' cia, of Monteocha, were business viiI Collie and Clayton Weeks, of Santa E. B. Andreu, Sr., Rev. E. B. Joyner, of Miller, were guests of their sister j Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Norman returni> ;
i was 28 years of age. I I iron her 'Friday. Fe, spent Saturday afternoon here. of Dukes, performing the marriage Mrs. A. C. Strickland Sunday. ed to their horn ,here Friday, after 'M

r She united with the Mormon churSi Roy Roberta was a visitor W Ziff Mr.and Mrs. O. W. Thomas, of Pine ceremony that made them man and Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle and lon, Henry, spending the past few months in I\.:.,
at the age of 13 and was a devoted I I Friday. Hill, were here Monday. wife. 'Miss Lewis was attired in a of Reddick spent! the week with her South Florida. ,

member.: She was a kind and'lovingwife I Mrs. Truman Dyal, of Ziff,. was a Eldon Baxter spent the week-end in gown of white crepe de chine, with parents, Mr. and "Mr W. C., Town- I Iva Thompson of Macclenny, spent .
and mother and a devoted servant business visitor here Friday Starke. accessories to match, while the groom send. 5, Sunday here with his parents, Mr. ;\

of the sick and distressed in our Mesdames C. p. Roberta, I. L. Ogden Herman Moody', of LaCrosse, was a wOre a suit of navy blue serge Miss "Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Alderman and and Mrs. S. H. Thompson. '"/

community.She i and T. D. Dyal, Messrs. Roy Roberts visitor here Saturday afternoon. Lewis was reared in this community children, of Jacksonville visited Mr. Mr. Maggie Browning had as her "i
leaves to mourn her loss, a husband Marvin Ogden.Mattfeapd Min Mana and Leila Mae Andrews spent and is held in high esteem by her and Mrs. W. C. Townsend this week. guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. j

M. V. Dyal, three daughters,,I nie Ogden and Francis Murrhee attended Sunday. with relative at New I River. many friends. She is *also known Mr. and Mrs. Julius Gresham, of'' Browning, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips ',;!

MlasesInel_ Lorene and Johnny Lou' the funeral of Mr Martin a Clyde Colson!, of Pine Hill, was in throughout the county a. being one Jacksonville, spent the week-end with Misses Gertie, Browning and pebble |
Drawdy, a mother Mrs. Annie Johns, Dyal at Santa Fe. town on business Saturday after of Bradford' most efficient teachers Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Faircloth. I Phillips, it being Mrs. Browningfi! u
J and five brothers, Messrs. Rule Levy fi.fJ. W.' Dyal visitor- noon. Rev. S. thirty-fourth
was a to the The groom Is one of the county's successful S.| Proctor filled his ap birthday.
( Lucian, Willie and Rance John county seat Friday. Reddish Andreu, of New River, was farmers, living in the Midway pointment at Antioch Thursday, Fri Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dowling spent :'
The ,people of Hampton extend to Miss Ruby Dyal spent the week-en d in town Saturday afternoon. community. They left in the day, Saturday and Sunday. Sunday with their parents at Raiford. ;

the bereaved ones their sympathy and with her cousin, Ethel, at Ziff? afternoon for their home.,Their many Rev. J. L. Norris, of LaCrosse, was H. S. Norman was a visitor to the ,r
pi-ayers. .. Blox Parrish and John Starling:, of To Car Cold in One Day friends here extend congratulations a visitor here Monday. county seat Monday. l'
Card of Thanks Sampson, were here Sunday. Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE(Tibtou> It and best wishes to this popular Tuck Dowling, of Raiford Mr. and Mrs. J. B..Browning entertained
... . cou. motored
top*til* H d t.ti and work off the ,
We wish to thank our friends for Lee Dyal Is spending the week with Cold; C.wTtiROVf* UnMura on..,.,b haws sea pie > "* to town Tuesday. a large number of friends at
their! kindness during the sicknessand his sister Mrs. W .T. Wasdin, of Wale 1 Mlnton-Fowler Hardy Dowling, of Madison is their home Monday night in honor of
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death of our loved one. We thank do. Last Tuesday, Feb. 22, at S o'clock, guest of relatives this week. a I I their, Miss Gertie, birthday. Music
those who came from time to time Levy Prescott and Lacy Prevail of Hastings Seeds Mrs. and
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Mr. Arthur Minton and Miss Amanda Arthur Brannen, of Guilford I,i games were enjoyed until a late
and offered their assistance, thee Ziff were her on business Saturday Fowler was hour when all the
a guest were invited into
were quietly married at the pf Mr. and
Catalog Mrs.
\'. I' who spoke words of cheer and comfort _:Min Estell Wandin, of Waldo, visited : 1921 Free home of the bride's parents Mr. and Green Monday Joe dining room where Mrs. Browning
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to her in those trying hours and relatives here Saturday. '
those
Mrs. Frank Fowler pro. J. E. served a delicious Many useful
It.. ready now. IK bandsomely. UInstrated by Notary L. A. Maines spent Monday in supper.
who helped to nurse and do everything Andy Sparks, of Louise, was a business parses '-of worth-whlle seed Brown. The bride and groom are Jacksonville, the guest of Mrs. F. N. gifts were received by Miss Ger 1
(; that human hands could do to visitor here sturday.a and garden news. This new catalog.w well! known and held in high .j Andrews. tie from her many friends.
'"", lessen pain. We thank the friendfor Frank BevUle, of New River, spent bllv. Is the meet valuable seed by their esteem Miss Lucile
book,, ever pubtl ed. It contains many frienrs in this com Varnes spent Saturday
the many beautiful floral the week-end with his ,
offerings parents Mr Ask Your
,
Soldier "Cootie
munity. and Boy How
Shortly after Sunday at
twenty fullpaces of the most the Johnstown
g which : popular ceremony the guest
were brought as the last token and Mrs. J. R. Beville. .
the of Got Such Hold
vegetables and flowers la their natural happycouple left for their home. relatives a
k of love and respect. Miss Gracy' Fogg, of Lake Butler, colors toe finest work of Its kind Mr. Minton is a farmer and lives Miss Norma Dekle of Five Hell tell yon that the battlefieldsof
Mr. M. V. Dyal, Mrs. Annie Johns spent the weekend with her brother. ever attempted. the on Mil,
I farm of T. B. Pinholster. spent the week-end Europe rats.
Friends with her were swarming with
and Family. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal WJth oar photographic illustrations, grandparents -
.. I spent and color pictures also from jhotagraphs. > extend congratulations to the popular Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor. which carried the dangerous vermin
:1" Sunday at the home of W. T. Wasdin
I w* show last what couple. Marcus Dekle and 1 let
yon you of Five Mile causedurmen'mlsery., Don't
, FIVE MILE at Waldo. was a
\ grow will Hastings' Seeds< avail b Dr. Nobles and Edyth Warren were visitor to Lake Butler Sunday. rate bring disease Into yont home.
"" Messrs. John and Bead McKinney, ton you order the seeds. This ata*
4 Five Mile, March 4: -Miss Josephine I of Sampson attended church her log makes garden and Dower bed in Worthington Monday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines, Mrs.' L. When you see the first one get RAT
'1., Blume and Mrs. J. W. Cain eq' Sunday. I planning ay and It should b. la evecry Mrs. Arrie Colson and daughters, E. Parrish and Mrs. H. F. Priester SNAP. That will finish! them quick.
alngU Southern bom. Write Iva and Virginia, of PIn. BID were among those,to hear j Three sizes, 86c 65c Sold and
k called on Mrs. P. P. .Dekle Thur.da p. Mr. and Mrs. Lando Maines, and as at- Billy Sun-1 I $1.25. 11I
'" Mr. i I' a postcard for It, giving your Barn tended services her Sunday. day in Jacksonville Monday i guaranteed by D. C. Jones, Stark-
and Mrs. Jesse sister evening.
Dowling were Marcia, of Mounteocha, were and address). It will com to yon, Mrs. Norwood Mr. I I
ruesti of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke here and and children left on and Mrs. Chesley Fogg of Adv.
,. shopping Saturday. I'| by return mall you Vill be mighty: !l ,
Saturday and Sunday. 0., W. Dyal was a business visitor clad you'r got it. Monday for their home at Crescent ham, moved to Lake Butler .
P Little Ruby Roberts is dangerouslyill to Hampton Sttturda,.. i Hastings' Seeds are the Standard, City, after spending a while here. and was accompanied home? by Gra'l I -
? of pneumonia.. Her friends wither h Frank Abernathy I. home for a few 4' of Ute South and they have the tareat H. S. )Warren of Hardee, spent Saturday Gracie Fogg RedueIsl th Hvh' "fd.
mall order seed hewn la th* world and Sunday her with hi Miss Emma Lee Some little folk playinl"keeping
tam Randa'l war
speedy will b
a ) recovery. days from Tampa. .' I .back of them. They* cot to be Ute ily. the .
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Av- Oscar Was<11n. of, Sampson, attend Met Write now far tb* 1(11 eata. schoolhouae! here next Monday\ )Jane house.Robert was PSP
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cry Fairish was laid to rest atEIly'sChapel :: t ed Bibleschool here Sunday. I log .It is absoUferiy' free. March 7th and will,give a first class momma. After much difficulty
tnnn Kir>,7 !OIO lirprBroody! Papa nob-
cemetery last Thursday. The Ed Parrish and family have movedf H. Q. HASTINGS CO.. 8EEDSM.... :> LAKE BUTLER entertainment. Through error it was I crt fii.,.illy hurts ', +.dU' "Pny.tbere
t bereaved one have the sympathy > to Sampson. : ATLANTA OA. I Ir Lake written as if it had already been given cr,. I ,' ..:* "I- '', .'i 'V f. ml.-
Butler, March 4-Misses I in the
MagI news notes of ]last
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CONTROLLING THE MELON AND corn to the acre. amounts, certainly will not produceany Who said > uwas4raner41aani

PICKLE WORMS undesirable results.

"Polk--Citrus trees are blooming,

Then two insects do much' damagein starting a new crop. Growers are fer CULLING. SLACKER' liENS : ?
Florida. Each attack gourds; cantaloupes tilizing. 4ion

squashes cucumber and -
watermelon The aecret in their con- Osceqla-Am making special driveto Great progress in poultry husband

trol IB to grow among the plants to encourage tho planting of rice in rile being made In Broward county.

be i protected certain unimportant this county. A spray campaign for I Mrs. A. H. Peay, county demonstration "YOU'RE FIRED," said the editor. AND AFTER a brief.

plants. control of citrus scab and melanose Is agent, is demonstrating the value . . .

44, The pickle worm is the more corn .and necessity of culling out of .the "UNLESS YOU can dig up. BUT TERRIFICstmgglaI
of the two. It never feeds on t . . 1
,,?, men waged.AlachuaWatermelon flock those hens which are unworthyof
I A LIVE story" today MADE THE pinch.
the leaves but bores into the buds planting has their keep.
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blossoms, stems and leaf stalks, as begun and while the acreage will not The feature of her work lies in this 8O THE cub reporter.DISAPPEARED AND. WHEN' Interviewed.
well as the fruit, which it utterly . . '
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be at large a* formerly, farmers are elimination of slackers. The success
ruins. The melon worm does not of
better quality if with which she is is astounding FOR hours. BY OUR atar reporter.
trying to produce a meeting
ten enter the vines or leaf stalks, but . . .
eat Its way' into the fruit, and also possible. : She is teaching that it, is poor BUT -WHEN be recovered. CAVE OUT this statement.

I feed. expensively on the leaves. business to keep poor layers in the . . .
flock the hen FROM HIS he bad. "HE'S A loony, ell right.
Liberty-Farmers are starting the since non-producing trance;
most
As just said the easiest and
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F7/ .. with renewed spirit. Many have will consume $2.70 worth of feed ina
these .
successful remedy fur both of crops A STORY here It Is. THE ASYLUM says, by Heck.
worms is 'a trap crop. For this pur already planted sugar cane. year, as much as a producer. On one . . .

I pose, one should plant for every five farm, where she was invited to weed "-F'J ) OUR DEPUTY constable THE WORST they ever had.

to ten rows of cucumbers, cantaloupes Duval-Spoke on club work to the out the non-layers, she culled 25 from /ft i t:1:' ''

or whatever plant to be protected crook-neck, on.roW' .! boys of Lynn Park, Bayard and Man the.flock, on another 17, and' on an- : k'r 4 A" WAS. WAKENED. . by.the 'phone. WHY THE.poor. nut.

of early summer or darin schools this week. At Mandarin other L.Mrs. . i I. ., AND A shrill voice cried." CLAIMS HE call copy.THE8ECRETbtend. .

I quash. every boy between 10 and 18 years Pea;' ask., wherever there is 'h ," '! . . ., ..

'; The large blossoms and leaves and applied for membership. Rural teachers any question, all persona for whom 1' ,1\ ". mv.. ,! FOR THE love of Mike . .
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fruits of this squash trap f
the tender
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she culls to place. the hens she picks
are showing a splendid cooperative .
"" { f BEAT IT here quick. OF THE cigarette .
by the moths that -y
are preferred : spirit. out ai slackers into a' yard by them' \ ', . ,

the eggs from which the worms I selves They: are kept ,separated for V' .." Ih\ < AND NAIL a nut THAT SATISFY." .
either cucumbers or melons, .
to . a St
Columbia-farm bureau members a time so the owners can keep a rec-
most of the eggs will be laid on Whoa TALKING wtl&
squash and not on .the plants to are ordering fertilizers cooperativelyand ord of the eggs laid and, therefore, . .

protected.The in car lots, preparatory to doing know for themselves no mistake Isbeing INTHEcigar stor.." XT Othe blend can't b copied.If*

first planting should be made their own mixing. made.. In this ;way Mrs. Peay ) 1> oneway of blending floe tobaccos

the same time as that of the cucumbers is doing her work practically and con 20 for 20 cents THE LONG arm of the law. -both Turkish and Domestic-that
1 E.c'ambla-to"ebruary 18 vincingly. the other f.Uowcan'tgetonto.That'a
melons and with otherplantings Sunshine
or '
PUT ON JaIl "
flr-tleht aeJu1.a. pants. Chesterfields and
in n why satiety, ,
at intervals of a week. The' Hill community council voted unani Alto obltinmbl lit round -- that's why ealy Chesterfield esw

r .later plantings of aquaah'may be mously to become a part of the county PREVENTING AND TREATING lia of SO,rmautua aeafedL SPED TO the seen, "..u.r,.**
placed in the spaces where hills of farm bureau .organization. It was a SORE SHOULDERS: OF HORSES . e

t melons or cucumbers are missing. great meeting. -Everybody left feeling -

1 >. One may pick off the Infected squash as one man expressed it: "Every Collar galls or sore shoulders on

blossoms; and fruit and destroy them; time I to of these I horses serious
go one meetings, i* a very common and

abundant 1 go away swearing I'll never. miss an ailment in spring and summer with
'
i 4. senical preparation. quickest way, other." .. farm animals. There can be nothing

i \\'f. however to destroy the pests on the I more inhumane than working dumb O

a i ,i{. trap crop is 'to pull up and burn each Holmes-Many farmers in this beasts when they have sore shoulder e Qo o

'.Ni lot of trap plants as soon as it has county have planted sugar cane and I I t or sores which come In contact With t t

!i ,L become thoroughly infested and before potatoes, and a few have planted corn the harness.

,I the worms have attained their Very little commercial fertilizer is As in all things prevention in this
.,',,., full size. If this is neglected CIGARETTESLIGGErr
'
being bought. I case Is better by nine times than cur-
"r, trap is useless. ...
crop ng. The most common cause for sore

,, Ai soon aa the crop is harvested Le.--Our, fair was a great success I shoulders is a collar that does not fit, ... & MTERS TOBACCO Co
the vines with fallen leaves and other
v in every respect; many people say it that IB either 190 large or too smU.
refuse should be destroyed, and the
was the best ever. Collar that become
pads filled with
r land plowed under as soon as prac .
tical. The turning under of the vines dirt frequently irritate the skin suf-

I i stops breeding and kills most of the Citrus-Local in the truckers field. Unusual are settingtomatoes interest ficiently to produce sores, especially the: country, if proper breeding is ob portant response to this resolution Through this bureau the divitii.s

4 young.> Wormy fruit should be burn when the animal perspires freely. Onetrace' served. has been made public.It lends among other things:
in trucking here. Corn and
I ed. will be increased this being longer than the other Now that pasture and forage crops is shown that the condition in Plays and recitations.
peanut acreage t
and the traces being adjusted too low are easily available there is but one the fertilizer.trade during the calen- For adult amate ..

COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS year. on the Names, which will bring aU the serious thing in the way of the'development dar year 1920 underwent, the same For high schools.

pressure directly on the point pf the of a great dairy industry in changes that occurred in other indus For children.
.Bade The Dade fair
county association
r feed isour
Suwannee More for hogs
shoulder are often the of
cause sores Florida and that is the Texas cattle tries. The with
slogan. Dlvel'llflcatiotIncludlnlr has turned over the entire I I year opened an ap- For special occasion
on horses' shoulders. These troublescan fever tick. This insidious is being
-
sweet potatoes, sugar cane and a good management of the approaching county be pest parent lack of acid phosphate on recount Debater's Handbooks, for the' high
remedied
I easily by giving eliminated in number the ,
proper of
a of in the Florida
known strike phos- '
home garden is a term amongour i fair to the county agent. school children.
I attention to the collar and harness counties and the movement la grad-
farmers. We are planting little I phate fields in 1919 and the car shortage
otton. The watermelon acreage will Orange-Our fair";was great in ev: to see that it fits perfectly and it ually spreading to every section of which prevailed for several Story bOOK tor Trade ehildrem.

be reduced because of high transportation -, ery sense. properly arranged.The the state. When the tick is removedand months. Educational magazines for teach

t and fertilizer costs. Land for best treatment for sores la to the state is released from quarantine -I Senator Fletcher asked for specific ers.

:, i feed crops was broken during the I UTILIZE BARNYARD MANURE wash them three times dally with a we will have more milk.-Times- information as follows; The amount List .of books for children of aflgrades.

winter solution ofcreolin or some other antiseptic Union. | .'
I of commercial potash nitrogen and
,
and then swab with lotion
( Commercial fertilizers a The forum where of
are scarce questions
phosphoric acid available for fertilizer open
4' DeSoto-Specialists from Washington
+" are conducting experiments la and dear in price. Many farmer are composed .of ,lead 'acetate 3 ounces': NEW MARKET FOR CANE SYRUP I purposes; the prices of each in 1920as community Interest may be discussed

! finding the use of them out of their zinc sulphate 2 ounces water 32 oun is encouraged. Assistance in organizing -
I I ; plant diseaties in this county. Many: compared with 1919; suggestionsas
', \ citrus trees are In. bloom. reach. Where many tons have here ces. Instead of using a lotion, some A special from Thomasville, Ga., to to relief if the amount is insufficient forums will be given and mater.

i. ". tofore been used, only: hundreds of farmers prefer to use a dressing pow- the Atlanta Constitution says that a or the price is prohibitive a re- ial for discussion and information oa

Santa Rosa-Many;: of our farmers pounds will be used this year. Where der and, in' that event, a good powdercan sugar cane grower in Jefferson count Rprt on investigations made; since Sill subjects that may be of interest or

'? are becoming deeply Interested in the all crops have received fertilizationfrom : be made up of boric acid 4 ounces, ty, Florida, has made a market for his 1916. benefit to individuals or communities

growing of sweet potatoes and building burnt alum 2 ounces, powdered charCoal from which he has I'
the articles
.. bagged In recent sugar cane syrup, As to suggestions, it I is stated the will be furnished.For .
potato.storage hoaxes.i years, only the more special and intensive 2 ounces Apply this powder two received $5,000 this year; and the demand Federal trade commission In 1916 I'I information address, B. C. Ri-

i Walton-We -are organizing 100 crops will get the same treatment or three with times daily after washing the for it is increasing.The found that, through ownership, leases ley, Director General Extension Division
sore an antiseptic. Zinc oxide
this of the simple method of
''t men into a co-operative corn club; year. Is also story and contracts (the larger fertilizer Gainesville, Fla. .
ointment good in
healing
But need food in sore the'man is told in the Constitution .
most plant ,
each man will try to raise 100 bushels crops shoulders companies had practical control! of the -- ,
\ addition to that naturally: furnishedby which says: ,
I phosphate I deposits and of the acid The Comments';;; Generosity
the soil. ''What can we do? Howis "He wrote to an acquaintance in one
MORE MILK IN FLORIDANow phosphate plants, but that on account tknue mea are not vnly eager t<. give
that need to be supplied? Prof. of the New England states, sending of the large overproduction of acid the ,11hi.\ due, but they i Insist oa
JQthe John M. Scott, of the Florida experi- him a can of the syrup and inking if I I
that is back below ten | phosphate at that time they were unable adding a fat bonus It Ic the Lord
( ment station, urges the using of barn cent a pound sugar and are coming there would be a prospect of selling'I to hold up the price of this ma who usually rinds collections poor< -
yard manure. Do not, let any of it eggs any of it. In a short time a letter was I terial. Houston Post.
down and other food products are on
go to waste; collect it, protect it, use. received telling of how everybody who .
the; middle rungs of the price ladderit I With the strike in the Florida fields.
it. had tried the sugar cane syrup was No Worms Child
"California Syrup of Figs" is make extending la a Healthy
h is time that Florida should over several months in 1919
Barnyard manure has been very enthusiastic over it, and all wan. .
compared AU children tumbled with Worm bass u on-
Child's Best Laxative with commercial fertilizers in teats preparations to supply all the milk ted to buy some of it. A number of and with the serious car shortage of 1MeI&IIJ'coIor.' : whlcfc Indicates poor blood and..a
that is used in the state and at prices received and since that year and of the first part of 1920, ml,then U nm er |- iIICIIDIIeIIGROVE'S orders. then
with Japanese Cane on the experiment were ,
reach all and the larger fertilizer TASTELESS CHILL TONIC ton reed
I station farm, and the results show it that are within the of this man through his acquaintance, companies in 1920 larlr' ft*two_HUM ..... will........ tb.Wood
Beware! Say "California" er you .!,I economically that will not bring down severe criticism has succeeded in establishing have secured contract rock at the Improve ili dla Mkn.aiulaotua produces larger yields more a regular
may m* Ir"t| the genuine "California I'I from our visitors. mines at prices not mini TOIIIe to tbe whole(--. Nature will thus :
i Syrup of FIR," which doctors reootn- than do the commercial brands. market for his syrup in that New exceeding $6 a throw offordlirnl. tbwonn.uxJtb CliUdwUlb*
mend for Iwl.iei and children of all ag- 'I 'If barnyard manure cheapens the pro Ten years ago there were not a doz England town where the people say ton, while for non-contract rock, the In perfect health. PIeMant to ta.U. Ito per busts ,
Nothing else clean the little bowl and en large dairies in the state. At that prices ranged from $11 to $12 a ton
duction of Japanese cane it should they like it better than the maple syrup -
regulates the child's .t<'itMoh and liver time nine-tenths of the milk used in for most of the year. .
9 '1 also cheapen the production of other i to which they have always been
eo ,
gently m thoroughly. Dtrwtioo i *
the state either in "The Lever f.i
was shipped here food control
act, the 1
ne M& b ul.. But you mart My crops. At least It deserves being saved accustomed. "
"California." Don't l.o. talked Into condensed form or in cold storage report says, "does nof authorize the ;
&8lIlt.lI1on , well taken care of and given/ a It is to be regretted the story does 4
;\ fig which bunt the 'I This there are perhaps a hun fixing of prices of
syrup ) year fertilizers; but the
chance to make our larger. It not give the name of this Jefferson
talidous, fruity taste or the porfeot"lurative crops dred large dairies in Florida, and manufacturers who
1' l.le" at' tun. ,| cents little and, used in reasonable county farmer. He could give much exact an unreasonable -
I Horn of them are as creditable as needed information relative to freight or unjust, profit will be sub
-. those in the state of It'S
- great dairying ject to prosecution."If .
charges, or parcel post rates, for his
WE II Mill Hill Mil III sritsuiuuiesiiiiiusupiii Wisconsin. shipments. It would be interesting the prices the manufacturers
Milk. Is one >of the most essential lire now forth '
putting which are bas
also know
to just what net profit he t
of all the foods, especially for chil ed upon the unit cost of Sept. 25 t .
Seed Potatoes received from his sales. Of course, a pre
dren. The most* scientific physicians wise mall protects himself in his mar vajl during the entire season, it will ,1'{
insist that every child should drinkat be necessary for the Individual :
SPAULOINGS No. 4 ROSE IRISH COBBLERS ket by secrecy, but as there are so farmer Washington >D. C.- f i
least a pint of mllk a day and a who fertilizers
many other regions in the country uses to exercise unusual was a sufferer of constipation ;
t EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPH quart or two quarts would be the best where the saint success could be had, care in shaping his operations for about eighteen months. '

We are fortunate in our contracts which make It DOS- kind of food for them. Children who it would be the part of a patriot for I so as to avoid undue risk of financial 'I. took a good many things for U ;

,. Bible to quote lowest market prices. It will pay you to have had milk regularly are stronger, him to make public all possible legitimate loss in his efforts to maintain normal ut nothing did me much. good..
less sickness decided to try Dr. Plerce's Pleasant
have less
are subject to production of "
get our Prices before buying and our Quality before climatic are information as to his essential crops. Pellets If all Dr. Plerce's medicines
planting. Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality changes, and much better handling methods! and costs..hlPPlne'l are ;as good" aa his 'Pleasant
Maine Grown selected especially for seed. looking than those who have had but The story is especially COMMUNITY CENTER ESTAB "elleta" are for cotdUnatlon. I think
little fresh milk. I iii ,JAMES
LISHES BUREAU world should know U. -
Send for Free Catalogue and Seed Special giving as it follows one of a few weeks ago
ilI
Florida has been proven to be one A. NELSON 1631 Sixth St.. N. HI
r Revised Prices Seed Beans Peas Red Seal telling of the unsuccessful efforts of A druggt.ts Z50 vlaL
on new crop of the Gait adapted states for the raising General Extension Division all a L
Tomato Cucumber Seed, Pepper, Etc. We carry all the of good dairy cows and for the a farmer In a near-by county to Jefferson slut Schools and Will As-
of Seed that have been who sought to sell a great Communities
leading and standard varieties
.
production of milk at a minimum of To Stop a Coup Quick
tested and known to be adapted to our soil and climate. quantity of fine syrup at a price that .*.
Y cost. The animals can run in the A
open School and take i"
a
Community Center HAYES HEALING HONEY.
Seed Oats, Rye, Vetch, Rape Etc. The planting season the year around; both winter and was shockingly low.-Tampa Tribune. Bureau has been established by the cough medicine which stop> the coach by

+ is near at hand. Information service is free. Call summer pastures can be procuredwith University extension Dealing the Inflamed and irritated tissue
:
division
FERTILIZER PRICES LIKELY TO of Flor. j
on us for any information on your crops you might little effort; fine forage crops ida. This bureau ,' A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATC
t HOLD UP is designed primarily and
think supply. SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds
we can
be raised at minimum
can a of
expense to give assistance
to those > of
who Croup U. enclosed with every bottle
OLDEST & LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA ; the cattle require little care Fertilizer Companies Control Moat of realize that public recreation is one HAYES' HEAUNG HONEY. The salve

and the production of milk and butter the Phosphate Output of the greatest needs in our should be rubbed on the chest and throat
fat has been shown to be I communities of children! suffering from a Cold or Qoup.
as large as
,
Seed Co. and to
give assistance
E. A. Martin I to teach-1 j Honor to
ThchmUaSttfoet
of H.IID'
in
the best dairies other
pf sections of A short time ago Senator Fletcherof :era in developing the school house as .Id*the throw combliMMt with the hMlUS_""<*a

202.206 E. Bay Street Jacksonville Florida. Colds Cause Urtp ana Influenza Florida offered a resolution in the ; the community center-a place where brow skin'* O-FM-Traw sacs saps omsh.8._ tluauoh the fonf ofUw

HY-TEST. SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS senate calling the of i people will Both MnMdlM' Is_ sad daft
upon secretary; get together, where cooperation am peeked coitus
!: .
LAXATIVE BROMO .
I QUININBTibteM +...m.. .U.. mil of th.eombliMd tnMUnrat U aSo.
cause. Tb.ru at only aaa 'Bit>nx> Q-jIntna.' agriculture for information relativeto and goodwill will be born I Just ask druggist for HAYCs"

'" ..Fllel 11111111. n+in +i+111111'11.M 11111111111 tf 111111 U.V GKCVk'3wnn':.>So 9:*.. ...,ai the fertilizer situation. The Im 'I and much profit to the state result ,HEALING HONEY.your






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FRIDAY.. MARCH 4. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGti: 8EVEW A1

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SIMPLE INAUGURATION CERE- Inaugural, will kiss the same Bible J 1 S. Butch Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, C. 1m. 1

MONIES TAKE PLACE TODAY that George Washington used duringthe H. Jordan Miss\ Ruby Redding R. L. ;

inauguration of the first presi- Craig Mra. T. P. Wa11MrLevy! O. ale

Harding Will Take Oath of Office, I' dent. This Bible now the property of Witt, Andrew Sullivan Geo. Ashford I

Eliminating Pomp and Show a Masonic lodge of New York city Wm. Andrews W. T. Wasdin H. J.

hat been kept in a safety deposit Stewart. Schell D. Carver, T. D. Praetor -

Warren Gamaliel Harding republican vault to preserve it from the ravages W. H. Perkins, Geo. M. Schwab 4 4j

of Ohio,, will be sworn in as the of the element or possible theft, and Co!. W. T, Weeks Nathan Padgett "

twenty-ninth president ,of the United will be taken to Washington by three W. O. Tison D:G. Kelly W. W. Ward' Commercial Job

States today at Washington. The Masons from New York who will never T. L. Wainwright, T. P. Duhart, Paul i Printing

inauguration will mark the first big lose sight of it while it is sway Engel, Thomas. Pinkston.

wing toward simplicity since Thomas from the safety deposit vault. : f r

Jefferson toiled up Capitol 11111 on Custom has made it virtually a law J.AWTEY

foot 121 years ago. At the urgent that the Bible used in the inauguration .
request of Mr. Harding all pomp and of a new president shall be provided Lawtey March 4.-.Rev. Henry Es-

splendor have been abandoned and the by the clerk of the United ell. of Bryceville, filled "his appointment -

ceremony will be one of severe simpli tales Supreme court and that a new at the Methodist church Sunday

city. During the ceremony everyone Bible be furnished every four years morning and evening.
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will stand, no seats of any kind being but Senator herding will depart from Prof. H. C. Wimberly of Highland, t' \ .,..

provided even for Mrs. Harding or this custom. Only one three occasions was' a visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Rev. ' ;.. .
for Chief Justice who will administer B. H. Black was transacting ..
White :
.o far a* the records show, ,has the LETTER HEADS
the oath. custom been departed from her to- business in Starke Friday.

Gone will be the pompous inaugural heretofore. Grover Cleveland insisted Mra. FrancisWiggins and daughter

parade down Pennsylvania avenue; that the Bible given him by his Miss Annie o'f Jacksonville spent

gone.will be the marching troops the mother be used at both of his inaugurations j Sunday with relative in Lawtey. BILL HEADS '< : '

martial bands the gorgeous floats and William McKinley when : Miss Emma Andrews came up from ',
the expensive decorations, the glitterof Starke and spent Saturday.and Sunday '
first sworn ,in, agreed to use a volume '
the inaugural ball the military presented by a body of 'African bish- at the home of her parent, Mr. IIII "
pageants and the roar of artillery OPI and Mrs. J. S. Andrews. NOTE HEADS : ,

which have marked the inauguration Because of the marked simplicityof T. J. Terry was a business. visitor .. r

of other president the inauguration the huge crowds to Starke Saturday :,

Both the president-elect and the which heretofore have marked such James Shepard"of Starke was a I. ENVELOPES'

vice* president-elect with their wives ceremonies, will not invade the capital visitor to Lawtey first of the week.G. ,

and other members of their families city, it is believed. Of course, thousands L. Sapp of Raiford was a visitor .

will arrive in Washington, accordingto of visitors will fill the city, but to Lawtey Sunday. .. I
the present program on the after- he great state delegation of troops Bert Padgett and son, of Anthony CARDS

noon of March S, and will go to the political clubs and other organize; visited( relatives in Lawtey the first .

same hotel. A little after 11 o'clockin Lions will not attend the ceremonies part of the week. I

the morning of March 4, the presi March 4. The elimination of the inaugural Edward Edwards of Gainesville f

dent-elect will be driven to the White parade and other pageants visited relatives in Lawtey Sunday. SHIPPING TAGS POSTERS .,

House where he will be joined by the which served to fill the city to overflowing Mrs. Colon Miller and children left .

outgoing' president provided Mr. WIlson in years past will also tend Saturday for Crystal River, where he

Is then in a* good health a* he to keep away many visitors from other -_ has secured a position. WINDOW CARDS
1* today and the two will be driven cities. Mrs. Alex Williams and children, of

down-Pennsylvania avenue to the cap The note of simplicity will be carried Jacksonville visited relatives in Law-

itol. In the meantime the vice president out in all the exercises of the tey Saturday and Sunday. '

-elect will have gone to the Senate day. Simple and impressive will be Carl Johns of Raiford visited in

chamber where he will take the hose in the Senate chamber where iwtey Sunday

oath of oake.Congrell Calvin Coolidge will be sworn in byVice C. R. Sapp was a business visitorto .

has not planned to spend President Marshall and where Starke Saturday.

even a two cent postage stamp on the Mr. Coolidge in turn, will swear into Clifton Brown, of Gainesville spent

inauguration of Warren G. Harding. office the-new senators elected last Saturday and Sunday at the home ofhis

There will be no invitations no muslcr November. parents, Dr. and Mrs G. W. Brown '

no grandstand and no seats for any* Johnnie Andrews who recently BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPH

ody. A stand consisting of four steel LONG BRIDGE went to a hospital in Jacksonville to

uprights, sustaining a roof has been undergo an operation for tonsilitis

t-rected on the capitol steps and with- ] has been confined to his home'ever II
Bridge March 4 S. C. Crews
Long -
n this enclosure Senator Harding will since his return but is improving andit
and G. W. Sapp were business visitors ,
is that he will be out
alee the oath and deliver his address. hoped soon
to Lake Butler Saturday. !
3ut the congressional committee in gain.
W. T. Turner was a business visitor Prof.: II. C. mother and
Wimberly
'barge: of the inauguration is not /
several times this
to Lake Butler
Building this stand. It was put up by sister, of Highland were visitors to

,he Bell Telephone company at the week. .. Lawtey Sunday.A. .
Farmers in this section are getting A. of STARKE FLORIDA
ompany's expense so that a sound Stokes Jacksonville was
tmpliner installed which will ready to plant.A. visiting( relatives in Lawtey Sunday. ,
. may Z. Adkins of Starke was in our
enable all who come to the plaza in Albert Jennings was a visitor to ::1:1I
section bird hunting Saturday.The ;
front of the capitol'to hear the ad stork was a visitor to the homeof Starke Saturday filled ,
Rev. E. D. Boyer his regul.rappointment
re.a.
Mr. and Mr*. Joe Dowling Thurs '
During some of his campaign hieetIngs at the Baptist church in I fl'

Mr. Harding'used one of these : day.Mrs. Williston Sunday.A. .
H. O. Rivera and family were ..Kl
R. Bowden of Jacksonville wasa
amplifiers in an outdoor meeting and ,
last week.R. .
visitors to Starke
ound it a great success. Thousands visitor to Ivawtey Saturday and THERESSA Remarkable Linguist. MASTER' BALE:
visitor to Lake
F. Merritt was a
who otherwise could not have heard a Sunday. The greatest of linguistic geolnei Nolle. I* hrby .t... that, vndr and by '
Butler last week. virtu of that '
evrtaln dor* of lorluar 1\
ford, he said were thus able to hear of Gainesville Henry Bennett of Jacksonville was Theresaa M.rchMIBB Maud was undoubtedly Gluneppe Merr.ofantl. mad and entered by th. Judr of the Circuit I
and Mrs. S. L. Crews
Mr. business in last Court Bradford County, Florida, In Ch.n...,..
listinctly and Mr. Harding suggested transacting Lawtey 3allington Booth and Col. Fogley of who died In 1840. Not only could thewonderful
are spending the week with .rel- on the f Fb. A. D. 111. In favorof
, W. AI..t.aa complainant and analnat _
a ivel. A bunch of "hoss" traders from ferent In MICUOHiiKaldrs! ninny dla- C. M. DM, aa dfndant th.. und*,,l.nd. ..
be permitted to install one Hall the 8th or 9th inst. Miss Booths I
ompany Prayer meeting was held at the several Ucts, but cl..hlllltio. M|>(ak and write apolal/ muter will 0<<.r for ..I. In front of :
here last I
Georgia
'or use on March 4. was days expecting to give interesting talksat the ourthoua* door In Stark., Fiorina, during I.
home of Mr. and Mrs B. F. Renfroe. week but will probably'hUl1t new Christian them with HMtonlKlUng fluency It wa th* loyal l boon of nal* on Monday, March "...
the church here. Mr.
This will be the Ant time within Saturday night. contended. tbul 'X.zwtIlDti could coo 1021. to the. bla-hot and bait bidder for sash.. e
!('the memory of the oldest senator or B. F. Renfroe gave a working at his trading grounds some time this week. Commander who is foreman of then verse wiitli nntUr of iirnrtlcally every the' following d_rltied .....*..."1 property. altuatd 1
B. L. Blanchard of In Bradford Florida. {
Jacksonville County
[representative that seats or benches home Thursday. ptj!/ Hall farm Is making improvemanta Quarter of the glot r. On. ford Tourlni Car Ills Mud*). Baffin I
spent Sunday at his home here. and is progressing nicely. No IOIlL
have been for the very
provided use on
not Adkins has home t\f
Donald returned
A. Z. ADRINS
!inaugural stand. But the committee Jacksonville.J. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koon of Waldo BBBRJF.......... E. M. JOHNS, Bpwlal Maater.Boltoltor .
[proposes to make no exceptions whatever after a short visit to A MAN'S PRAYER were guests Sunday at the home of Hereby notice la .... that I. W. J. Epper.aen . for Complainant 1.11...-.-.
[ E. Adkins was a visitor to the her aherllT. of Bradford County, Florida, under (
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pad
' and all who wish to remain during seat Saturday. "Teach me that sixty minutes makean parents and by virtu of that certain writ of **... NOTICE OF FINAL IMfCIIAIU.E
the exercises will have to stand. county utlon ........ out of and under the hand and Two monthi. afar date ....*.f I will pr.enl ,
hour sixteen ounce one pound gett.S. aeal I ofb.* Clerk of th* Clreult Court of vnuehwra and final avaount to th. Honor- ,tttf A
At the conclusion of the exercises and one' hundred cent one dollar. B. Woodard was a business vie Bradford County, Florida In favor of W. C. I 1m". R. A. G...... County Jadite of Bradford )1
BRADFORD itor Taylor plaintiff and acalnat C. O. Holland. j ; and ask to .h* dluhare-od a* .>..a-
vice the
in the Senate chamber, where the Help me so to live that 'I can lie downat to county metropolis Tuesd.y.and defendant. I have levied upon and will offer | Counv.the maw of Mm. Susan IUd 8a>ton?
.president is inducted into office the without Thursday of last week. for solo and will roll to th* hlaneal. and beat _...... "
Bradford,.March ..-C. M. Andreu night with a clear conscience bidder for ....h In front of tha, eo..rt hon.. '
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I[ guests will file out to the steps in in Alachua Tuesday attending to a gun under my pillow and un Frank Geiger of Waldo was a vie door la Btark, Bradford County, Florida, on I' Tinted". ibis IL'nll lay of FebruaryA, D.I1" )H'
! where they will was itor recently at the home of hill brother Monday. the 4th day of April! A. D. 1B21.
front of the rotunda H. J. STEWART.Kneeulor : "
business. haunted by the faces of those to whom ', durinathe, leal. houra of .a1e. the followln I Ideeerlbcd '
' to-their respective places P. M. Gelger. ....... of the Relate of Susan' Reed danton. r ,
be assigned real towltlWeet
J. F. William and family of Plant I[ have brought pain. Grant' that I I tfBt42I
Half of Northwest Quarter of North
[l There will be!, stalls' for senators and City spent a few days of last week may earn my meal ticket on the 8. R. Swindel and daughter Gertrude wat Quarter of BecUon 15n Township t''

!representatives for diplomats and for visiting relatives here. square and that in earning it I m.ydo were visitors to Hampton Saturday south Northwest Bags Quarter tt EaaL and Northwest Southwest Quarter Quarter of of >rO..MI8810NBRr BALli' I INotk.

[distinguished guests. Those spaces Mrs. N. G. Hayes was shopping in unto others as Iwould have themto Bouthweet Quarter. of Section 5a Townahlp .. twtwbr (Ivan that wader and ttlrtiM >.
will be off and capitol police and Mr*. Maggie Neal of .Waldo was a 7 South llan. II _t. of a doer*. of the Clrooll Court .f 1i .
{ roped do unto me. Blind me to the fault ( . .
Worthington Tuesday afternoon. W J. Kp ER80N Florida, In and for th* snooty of llr marines ,will act as jruards. A short attended of the other fellow but reveal to me guest at the home of her brother P. Sheriff of Bnulford County, Florida.t4Ct4l d.Ud on the and day of January. 1B2I U acertain
C. M. Andreu and family matterpending therein wherein. Emma: .
;,distance in front of the in.uguralIItand church at Brooker Sunday. my own. Guide meso that each night M. Geiger recently. N. Clrott Halite. Markham and CharVa V.riyctt. it.
a steel cable will be stretched theweekend that when I look across the dinner table Johnnie Williamson of Jennln..a.w.s NOTICE: minor, I'T Fauna N. Olratt his ctmrln *. g .
G.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Hayes spent and nest frlrnd.. Haul Clratt Mason sad :!
to keep the trowds back and a file of: with relatives in Starke.Mr. at my wife, who has been a bless a visitor here Sunday In tha matter of th. **tau of J. C. Crewa, I Walt.r Oacr Olratt, minor, and D. C. Clra". j!!.
.. the' fast of kin
deceaaed. Mottos to _
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o-.t'; minor by II.iu.1 Cluatt M. ". thlr n '
marines will guard this line. Beyond and Mrs. Wiles Dubose of Ft. ing to me, thfct I will have nothing to Joe Phillips and P. H. Neal were Crows, dmeaaed. late of Bradford friend are eompUlnanla, and Emma: Thee ;,1

this 'roped-off place it will be a case White visited at the home of Mr. and conceal. Keep me young enough tolaugh among the visitors to the county metropolis State of. ar Florida hereby, and notified all other that who four It week mayaoneern. Orall alunMf an I k <4fn4nt ommla lonrni, authorinlnr to Mil th,*th*following...de.. .,.

of first come first served. Mrs. W. M. Harrell Friday.Mr. with little children and sympathetic during last week. 1 after th* ant publication "hereof and theira11uro n>* rlbt. hlstats
President Wilson as has been the and Mrs. C. W. Edwards were enough to be considerate of R. M. King and G. M. Bennett were I } I to will apply appoint for admlnlatratlon sums eredltor on of J. re W.I . I,,, Florida, towltlTh "
chief executives I Crow other" fit .....on, to adrolnlater on .. Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quart.* '
other outgoing or
with the of visitors to I
ass old And when comes day Hampton Sunday
shopping in Lake Butler Saturday. age. th.. aame, a* may b* "tnorlard hrta*. and Southwest Quarter. .f Southeast Quarter 1
has written Senator Harding and Mrs. Boney and Mr. and darkened shades and the smell of Mr. .and Mra. L. V. Moore and son, a. A. CREEN ', and fiiiuth Half of Southeast Quarter af _...
Mr. Fkrrlda.Dead slat Quarter .11 In Rwitlon 54, In T.wnahl
lequesting the wishes of the Incoming Mrs. Drew Dukes of Worthington. flowers the tread of soft footsteps Aubrey and daughter Bertha, of I County. Jtil Juda-e.* Utb of Bradford day of .County..........,. A. S Mouth. Rams. IT East I alo. th* North_.
president to luncheon at the "of wheel in the Sunday at the HI1. i-lS-at-M Quarter and th* East Half of Northwest .......
as a and the crunching Stake were guests
were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, I D'I I tr of Setlin 1. Township S Smith, Rang II
White House. Senator Harding requested Wi: H. Harrell. yard-make the ceremony short and home of his brother, D .W. Moore. East, containing In all ste Mra men or taa, _

that a luncheon be prepared N .G. Hayes, Sr., attended to buel- the epitaph simple."-Spafk*. Samuel Woodard returned home on MKY LIKE THIS; IN STAHKE sods wo will and In all Bradford the aid County property., Florida.l. off.front for of i
for the immediate relatives of the new Wednesday from Tancrede where be th* nrthoiiM dnor. during the legal .hour .
ness in Gainesville Thursday of ..1") ,, on Monday, the 7th day of II......
president. President Wilson will nothowever Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Cook are the Radium BtnanauoMkTna had been employed for the past six 1(21, to th.. hlahwt and beat bidder for rash. ,
} has been the case in some week. said aal. being for the. purpoa of partllloonf \ ,
as proud parents of a fine boy born Feb. emanation from radium ee-. Similar C. Being Published In said land I "*.
other inaugurations, be a guest oMr. be stopped but as scarcely urn Dr. Middleton, of Starke was in each (laau. This January f*. 111. {

[ Harding at the luncheon but will 25th.W.. H. Harrell atttended to business naustloo of the material appract.bl,1' our town on business last week. The (ailuw.tiK tsar U but one ot R U fl P. miMMRRll JrRALIC1JC.: ,
'r retire to his newly purchased horn In Gainesville Friday.C. daspVte the fact that a stream of energy The farmers of our section<< are busy many occurring: : dully In Starke> H W. O. BROOKS. I

in Washington immediately after the M. Andreu and family attendedthe 1* constantly pausing oft from It. planting and getting everything in U 104 ".*J I.h..tlr 10 vttrlfy it.. You l-SS-St-a-4 Comml.lor. *.
inauguration ceremonies. .tbl I* of small contM jueooe. If Ole readiness to plant. oaunot K.k bas !better proof. PUBLICATION

President Wilson has followed the school, entertainment at Midway rays were. allowed to escape protulsctionaly. Ben Hall returned home last week I U. Burrow, prep of tire yulcan'l In Cirrus ORDER Court: FOR Blate of Florida El.a.hJndlalal ,
the day a Friday night. however they 11I1 I KM do considerable l l izing shop, Stake: .Sj'; Clntilt. Bradford County In chanLaMIra -
usual course in declaring from Orlando where he had been employed
; .....
In order
damujcr; to connn' down with buck Kvery move I I
holiday. In keeping with his determi TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL for some time.past. I my Weed Orahant.
them therefor, A stlftt linnbeen, coo jiKiJo "!lit Intense pain shoot \lA Complainant.Wllll .
nation to make the day as inconspicuous trnctt.d with o this-k lining nf"Cascarets" ,lestaclp / Ruth the little daughter of Mr. I I acrora. uy l buck bud Into rny hip. I v. t

as possible Senator Harding has Name of Those Who Paid Subscription d.. spaol. and Mrs. G. M. Bennett, has been To lift anything heavy or 'eved to Henry Graham, Defendant..

asked the merchants of the District of During February quite 111 l for the past few d.ya..but bead ur st44.g.wu quickly' tuuMKl blla'lI'S"rI by affidavit append la MM
Columbia not to close their stores that to her somewhat ktdn : the abo-tated eana that Willie
we are glad: report my back to twiuJi. My *, Henry Graham. aha defendant thr. .ln named .
day. President Wilson it is said is A. T. Mizell. J. R. Bevill S. L. Grlf- Improved at this writing.J. illdnt ait Ue freely as they fcliuulo I* a non-ratd *f the atate of Florida.
exceedingly anxious to go through V. of Hampton and Mrs. and the secrctlou appeared abnor* and his .ldell.. la unknown and la over tha
G. Jones
fis. W. D. Grove Murray Thomas ... nf twentr-on yawl It la therefor .r-
with his part of the day's program. W. Balsden Mrs. Ben Johns, Allison fQrConstipation Ethel Kite of Starke, were In town ..,a. I te.t0\...* imittt ml the Hum ......d. that add non-raaident defendant be and I IIe
had umblt'on! Finally I hereby requlMd to appear to tha bill of '
will have and: no
able he
If he Is physically afternoon.
Bielllng M. G. Wilson C. B. Strick Sunday complaint filed. In paid eauae on or I*foreMonday
to be at his office in the capitol at L. B. Hall J. M. Mrs. Elva Lee Abernathy left Sun learned of" Doan's Kluucy I'lUt and th* 7th day of Marsh A. P. ID2I.otnerwla .
land W. H. Harrell <..*......ullcfod to take theta They . th* allenatlona of aid bill will .b*
least half an hour before the Senate Minton Mrs. C. M. Sauer, Mary H. day afternoon for her home after br fifth relkt und atxin taken aa aonfeaaed by sad( defendant.
at noon to sign the bills din- the fall term of school at ugh flU' It la further" ordered that this order bepubllahed
adjourns
teaching
F. L. A. Duncan "
Ingram J. Colley :
Ala trouble entirely disappeared.. buss a wk for sight aonaeeutlv ,i'
posed of in the last minutes. State Bank A harmless Brooklyn.Mr. week In the Bradford County T.I.... h. anewspaper ,
Harvey White, Hampton Just think plma&nt. .:. v It.. ..t .Mi I dene.4. I don'tdimply .....
.s\' President-elect, Harding during theTa J. M. Norman, N. H. Hurst D. D. Caaoarvt works while you sleep and has Humphrey of Brooklyn, was ft luk for

*- ._-- Woodard J. H. Tillman M. J. Alvarez your liver active, bead deer, stomach visitor here Sunday afternoon. Uo..ns Kidney PlUn-the sam that W. T. WEEKS. I'I'Thle
and bowels moving regular aa Seal ) Clerk Clreult Court.
sweet a ,
QaJste* Tfc-i DOM N X Ailed The Headsrsj Lee Hoffman Dr. O. L. Hayiys, W. BBrennen a clock by morning; No griping >rinuonvenieiMO. R. M. King and C. J. Herrlngton Mr. Burrows bad Fo.ter-Mllburn. Co., By C. A. KNIGHT \ ,

'.. 1t8 JOII'(NINE.nd!; JissssSf b&o. SfiStW 7.: O. Dennlson Dr. J. C. 10, U or 60 rant. Uws.CbUdno were visitors to Hampton Monday af Mfi...,'!Butaio N, Y. D. T. KNIGHT Deputy CWrh. (

b,."..eribnof. &W.GRovt'S cau.inq; errvouen.a s'atatao.o0 or....,.ln. 3Uc Wills J. T. Andrew, H. W. Adams love this. candy eatha.rti too. ternoon. 1;:,. ._- Solicitor for' Complainant t2-.1l-l.'.*-. 4

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1 PAGE FOUR _ _ _ _ _ BRADFORD_ _ _ COUNTY_ _ _TELE_ _GRAPH._ _S1.ARKE._ _ _FLORIDA._ _ _ _ FRIDAY MARCH 4, 1921.

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; it 1terlPublished! Italy: Telegraph I again turn the ;railways over to the I;' BEFORE ] NAPIER GRASS NATIONWIDE/ FIGHT p | Love's disagreement was the cause
, + l government. As to the first, there is.j SPRING of a tragedy, which culminated with

t -. .- .--, ..-. no excuse whatever, now _inca the (PennUetum Purpurum)' 4[the burial of Tefi Kelly, of Tampa. His

weekly: a'nd'entered as I cost of living has almost reached pre COMES TONE UP 1 i AGAINST DISEASE }I I 1 death from Is said taking to be about the result thirty of a relapse -
grains
second class matter at the post war prices, and as to the last, the railways I I Extract from Agricultural Station lof j bichloride of mercury in1\ an ,effort

office at Starke, Florida. are! already BO much in the YOUR BLOOD Bulletin. : I to end his life. Brooding over separation -

.,, .. hands of their employes till it is another -
C . _. -, I Will" Have from his wife was given as cause
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner case of the tail wagging the I j!I DISTRIBUTION AND HISTORY American Red Cross for Kelly' act. Mrs. Kelly was discharged

'I All"Parts from the Plant
Health Centers in I'ark'infirm-
NEEDS THE HELP
dog.We BLOOD i
YOUR
we'' have put down the military PEPTO-MANGAN I'I Napier grass is a native of tropical ary yesterday after being confined at

A Times-Union paragraph says Huns in Europe, and we can put down OF GUDE'S r Africa. The Rhodesian Department of ,United States. that place for several days; for treat

used to go to the country for a drive the industrial Hung at home. This IN SPRINGTIME TO OVEJt of Agriculture has the distinction of ment following an attempt to end her

f but that now we go to the country to the labor unions should know by this COME DROWSY LIST- having first introduced it into culti- The American lied Cross has launched life by taking bichloride of mercury.

el a get away from "drivers." And that time, and they also know that their LESS FEELINGS vation. This was about 1910. In 113!( upon a nation wide vuiupulgn of last Saturday.

II the gospel truth. For the balanceof : actions are frowned upon. Yet, "talk CALLED TilE the United States department of agriculture flglitlug!: disease and physical defect

this winter we've got to listen to 'is cheap," and therefore they talk; "SPRINGFEVER" first introduced: it into this auioiiK the American people A uw "The Hats"Around My Place Were

visiting "famous" orators on Home but "it takes money to buy groceries"and country. Here it promises to be valuable and unique health Institution hal come Wise Says John Tuthill

( % sort of a drive and all next Bummer the unions will be careful after for planting in the extreme Into being as the result of several. "Tried everything to kill them.
PALE FACES CAUSED BY BADDWOD months' study by the lied Cross lli'ullli Mixed poison with meal meat cheese
we shall till have to listen to "home all, not to work themselves out of South, including the entire State of National headquarters ,
Service at
Deportment etc. Wouldn't touch it. Tried RAT
Sun.
talent. Gainesville their jobs by trying to kill industry. Florida, and a strip extending as far .
SNAP inside of 10 rid
days got of all
north as Central South Carolina Officials of
In the departmentpredict
'' charge
A comet is said to be on its way toward DOBSON THAT TIRED. ALL-GONE FEELING Southern portions of Mississippi, Tex- that before long this new health rats." You don't,, have to mix RAT

the earth and is booked to ar A DANGER SIGNAL THAT I ax and Louisiana, also portions of activity will be In actual operation all SNAP with food. Saves fussing,and

rive so close to this planet on June Dobson, March 4.-Mr. and Mrs. M. YOUR BLOOD NEEDS THIS California and Arizona. Work withit over 'the country and that the sign- bother. Break a cake of RAT SNAP,

; G 26th, as to possibly envelop us in its H. Hurst attended services at Swift SPLENDID SPRING. TONIC 0 was lint started at the Florida Experiment "American lied Cross Health Center" lay it where rats scamper. You will

I f_ J tall. A few sensation loving dailies Creek Saturday. Station in 1915. ince that -will become as familiar to the pl'O' see no more. 8 sizes, 85c, 65c, $1.26.
have already begun to frighten their pie everywhere as are now the signs of Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones,
Johnnie Hunt was transacting bus- The'blood that courses through your time it has been grown cooperativelyor

readers as to what may happen.. Thereis iness in Lake B Saturday. body in: the arteries and veins is of distributed in small lots for plant the telegraph companies 'Starke.-Adv.

no use in being alarmed. In the Clarence Dobbs, of Manning, was the most vital importance to the ing in many widely separated sections Busy Long Before War.

first place the comet may be only a the guest of Johnnie Hurst Saturday.Mr. 'healthy life of the body. The little' of the state. The Interest of the American Unease Red IK
Cross In the fight against
NERVOUS
hoax to get: the alleged discoverer'sname and Mrs. Frank Dobbs were the ; red corpuscles are what carry life to Analysis From Station Bulletin not however of went origin. Long WEAK, _

? into the papers. But if it comes week-end guests of his brother, O.',D. I tJuI' millions of cells that make up Napier Grass Green before tbe war the organization begun

I; and envelops the earth in its tall, it Dobbs, of Manning. your body. The blood is also the vehicle Water, ._._...._...;__._.___.66.84/ this health service through Its medical I ALL RUN-DOWN
r, will only be a repetition of what hap Lester Dobbs brother Marshall that carries most if not Ash 2.68 units In disaster relief work and its
and away -.__________________
pened a few years ago. We were were business visitors to Ralford Sat all ,of the waste*,products., Protein _?_*.__..,.-----------. 3.68 department of Town and County Nurs -

then, sure enough, wrapped up, but urday afternoon. Springtime is the season when the Carbohydrates ._ .......--..___14.13 fog During the war and following

could find no change or disadvantage Miss Fannie Denmark, of Baker, body adjusts itself from the rigors of Fat _____*._______._________ .63/ tbe Red armistice Cross officials thousands have been of American fighting Misuari, ii : lady Suffered Until She

;. from the circumstance. We soon forgot spent Saturday night with Miss. Agnes winter to the heat of summer., You Fiber ., _-, _____________18.24 disease In the war-stricken countries Tried '.c.dui.-Sa1l; '"Result
all about the comet and
never
Johnson. notice how much sickness there is In Napier .Grua Hay At the same time tens of thousands of ,

1 knew when it left us. As for the headof Jimmie Mann and Mrs. E. S. Shaw the spring? Perhaps there are weeks Water ....*....._____________ 9.35 local Red Cross olllclals bave been engaged Was ,."--Cot Aloaf

this tramp of the universe, it will attended services at Swift Creek Sat when you feel drowsy .and listless, Ash '_ I __."....!::*.....,,____. 9.92 : at home fighting, disease, nota.

W not strike the earth, as the laws of I urday. and you call, it "Spring Fever." It Protein ..-_________________11.88 bly during the Influence epidemics Fine, Became Normal I

h the heavenly bodies have fixed the W. M. D. Hurst and grandmother, I is really your blood that has become Carbohydrates __.._,;,________46.02 Tbe American I/ed Cross baa determined and Healthy

length of its tether,' so we need not Mrs. C. E. Vinging, attended services weak and thin and it needs help. Fat ____i___________________ 2.15 ence In health that all service this valuable abroad and experi-at

lose any Bleep on that account.' Sunday at Swift Creek. i Take that good blood tonicGude'sPepto Fiber ____.__________.______26.20 home shall not go to waste. So longas

G. A. Johnson and Bon, Lester were -Mangan. It'will give the red PRICES there are a half a million people Springfield Mo.-"My back was M'

Frequently solicitors for Jon printing business visitors'to Lake Butler Sat- corpuscles in your blood new powerto Napier grass joints, $10 ;per thou- dying yearly In this country from pre weak I could hardly stand up, and I

i canvass the various ,towns 'in urday. carry fresh oxygen to the cells all sand, $1.50 a hundred. ventable causes, and so long as more would have bearing-down pains and
i ," South Florida in which there are located Jim of Sanderson than one-third of the American'I children was not well at any time. says Mrs.
Johnson thousand
You'll roots
i was a over the body. notice 'change Napier grass $50 per D. V. Williams, wife of well-known
a.
:
1 rnl l newspapers doing job printing business visitors to Lake Butler Sat for the better in a few days.. It brings $6 a hundred.f. and young people are victims of farmer on Route 6, this place. "I
a of all kinds. They generally physical defects, the Red Cross recognizes
I, secure urday. the color back to pale faces and lifts o. b. Brooklyn kept getting headaches and having t..

; 1 more or less work not because their Cavie Denmark, of Umatllla, is you out of tired, all-gone feelings so Come and see the grass growing in the health urgent service need tor'eonllnuedRedCro.s at borne.How go to bed." continues>Mrs. Williams.

d work is anybetter or their prices any I spending a while with homefolks in that you enjoy full vigor. I the fields. I will be glad to show you describing the troubles from which
, cheaper, but because the customer has I I Organization. Works she obtained relief through the use ot
1 not the nerve to tell the solicitor he this section. b (Spring: Is the time for a good blood around.I. The Red Cross Health Center Is CarduL "My husband, baring heard
I Johnnie Hurst spent Saturday night ; CABLE, BROOKLYN, FLA. of Cardui. proposed getting It for mass
ti believes in patronizing home industry tonic. Take Code's Fejito' Mangan, governed: by business principles, applies -
with Clarence Dobbs of Baker. "I saw after taking some Cardn
business methods In Its
beautiful and.
He fails to remember that the local that you can enjoy the most : . that I was Improving. The result
{ is week Albert Williams, of Lake Butler, season of the' year. Get it at your Mr. J. W. Donnelly, Capt.: Hart and more simple form can be established was surprising. I felt like a different ,
newspaper giving publicity
the every spent Saturday night with his brother druggist's, but be sure it is the gen Dr. ,Wm. Bierman, representatives of and, conducted by lay people. person 0
to town and
t putting forth Lura, of Baker county. uine with "Gude's Pepto-Mangan" the Interdepartmental Social Hygiene It proceeds upon the demonstrated "Later 1' suffered from weakness) ,
every effort to advance the interestsof fact that health Is a Aommodlty that and weak: back and felt all
Messrs. John Hurst Marshall and rundown.I
printed the It is sold in Board,' the U. S. Publie Health Service ,
on package.
the merchant be and sold like brooms
the can bought did
artlsan.the work- not rest well at night I was so
Clarence Dobbs were the visitors American Social Association -
among Hygiene
ingman and every person In the'patronage both tablet and liquid form. They and soap Therefore, It establishes itself nervous and cross My husband said
to Manning Sunday.FARMER have the medicinal val and the State Board of Health he would get which
of the does not for exactly .same In a storeroom In the' principal \ me some) Cardul,
paper pay ue.-Adv. have been in Starke this week on duties business section of the community. It he did. It strengthened me . My
dJ the issue, and then the publisher must doctor said I got along fine. I was In
; 'i connected with the public health displays Its goods In the form of at-
make the deficit from the good healthy I
up receipts .. condition. cannot
service. tractive health exhibits ID Its show
s l of his job department. The out-of- BROWN BIRTHDAY DINNER wintlhws..it advertises constantly,and say too much for It." "
town Thousands of women have Buffered
printer gives you absolutely no Mr. Black, this' is DeWitt C. Jones TO YOUNG MEN extensively And It uses every business as Mrs. Williams describes, until they

!, publicity whatever and the exclusive hardware store, the best place to One'of the most enjoyable occasionsof find social device to attract customers found relief from the use of Cardul.

job shop' is not in a (position to give the season was that of Mr. Samu'elWilel since tt has helped so many, .yon
trade trade in Bradford You wanted. From
\ you publicity. When you are in need county. Dubose's birthday dinner; heldat Young men are The dCrofm Health Center Is of should not hesitate to try Cardul U
\ I of Mr. Jones, meet Mr. Black. Just Dii- the street corners, from the playhouses service to tbe sick ID that It gives out troubled with womanly ailments
job printing, think these matters his home in Worthington. Mr.
'! from Wisconsin and down here looking from the loafers' rendezvous, reliable and complete Information For sale everywhere. &81
over and see if you are justified in bose has Feb.. 22nd for his birthday,
, ] for a location. Am just taking from the idlers' promenade; turn your about existing clinics!!, hospitals sanatoria I
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:- taking it away from your local paper and is just as great to us as i is one Air. R. C. King Tells a Wonderful
and other Institutions for the sick
.. him up to nee Mr. Inman, the land steps into the highway of noble aim
E I Exchange, I who shares this same day as his birth and the defective; about available Story About Hats. Read It.
r man. Thought he may have somethingto and earnest work. Every successful
\1 i, and who s' honored by the United both "For
J trained and months
nurses practical alive
place
; : my was
\ ,. show him as he wants to get hold worker has a prize awaiting him and
w I't' yf PULPIT SHOULD HAVE DIGNITY of States that of George Washington.It about when to consult a physician and I with rats Losing chickens, eggs, feed
i i some of our good land. there are crowns enough for every :
r seems as if all creation wished to why to shun the quack and his nor Friend told me to try RAT SNAP I
f The "season" in is Glad to meet you, Mr. Black. Let honorable head that goes through the trums. ,
Tampa not
make amore
over this a gala affair, as
me welcome to Starke and Bradford smoke of conflict to victory. did. Somewhat disappointed at first
u ,' yet. ,After Billy Sunday, the fair, the you beautiful day was never seen. Sixty- Teaching 01..... Prevention
carnival and the express robbery, they county-and my hardware store. five guests enjoyed" the. hospitality of But why do ao few young men of The Red Cross Health Center Is, not seeing many dead rats, but,in a

have now an "evangelist." The cali Hope Mr. Inman will find you something Mr. and Mrs. Dubose. They were1! early ,promise, whose- hopes, purposesand however, of even greater service to tbe few days didn't see a live one*. What ,

bre of this "divine" be that will please you.\ resolves were as radiant as the well. It teaches people how to pre were not:; killed are not around my l'
may judged greeted by the host and.hostess
from what he said the other I am well pleased with what I have upon colora of the rainbow, fail to distinguish vent sickness and disease! This Is doneIn place. RAT SNAP sure does the trick.
day, ac- their arrival and then, at the noon i
already seen and especially the climate themselves T The answer is ob many Interesting and attractive
I cording to the
Times
Tampa : hour, were Invited out to the beautiful ways-first of all; by the distributionof guaranteed
"Yessiree It's grand; no snow or windor vious. They are not willing to devote
bobtail that
we did pray pine grove where tables were placedwith'such popular health literature and : r
mud. Just like a June day in the themselves to.that toilsome culture
that street dance be health
failure through lectures
may a a feast as only Mrs. Dubose Illustrated with
and it was," etc. I! North. knows hot I I which is the price of that great suc lantern slides or with health motion No Worm In a Healthy Child-

Is the church so bad off till it has Yes, this is the kind of weather we prepare.; I cess. Whatever aptitude' for particular picture films Then special exhibits] are All children. troubled with Worms have .n un-
After dinner Rev. G. W. S. Ware
a hralthy color,which Indicate blood,sad .
pool > arule
i to have here the'year around. pursuit nature donate to given, one after the other, various t
curry favor of the roughnecks by lifelong friend of the' host made an may on there .U more or I I... stomach dlaturbanot. '
using their language Mr. Jones I should like to look over I. her favorite children, she conducts health subjects. Practical demonstrations GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC even regu
i J Nearly all"evangelillts" address
: recalling many escapades : are made also health larly for two or three wnki will enrich the blood. 1
your stock,and get some prices,. I none but the laborious and the studious ; playlets by
and many preachers, their boyhood days, and up to the children to Interest and Instruct themselves Improve the dUenlon,and act......ue..ISI..gCh. ,
use slang in the pulpit and seek to fay want something in your line if to distinction. cuingTonletnthewhole lyuem Nature will then
present time. Mr. Dubose has always and their elders: Classes
are !
I come here'r God puts the tree in the forest and throw ogordlepelthswarms.nitheChadwlllb.
please their hearers by telling anec- made his mark "'hereverre went and organized ID personal hygiene, home la perfect: health. Pleuuit to take too per bottl L
dotes. The big audiences We will be pleased to show you ; says to men, "These are your houses; of the
many of has always stood for what'was right care sick, first aid and In food """" '
44 them have are due, not for the sake of goods and give you prices. Now here and .honorable. Mr. Dubose responded go hew, saw, frame, build, make." God selection and preparation.. Health t

I is a little snap I picked a few days makes the trees men must build the clubs both for
gaining spiritual benefit, but for the up with a.few well chosen words. ; younger and older people BUY GROCERIES FEEDat
h "fun" of seeing the preachers descend ago in aluminum ware. Just a little bouses. God supplies the timber; men are formed ; also Little Mothers' '
Mr. Pubose is a member of one of (
from the high level they ought to occupy snap Here is a covered two quart the most prominent families of Flor mu t'IcOIlStnlct the ship God buries Leagues Nutrition and growth clinics WHOLESALE PRICES
boiler for $1.25, was $2.25. All Qthrarticles 'Irprrhuthe heart of the earth are conducted for children.
-just as they take delight in ; men
I seeing a woman drunk here in this wirdow at the ida. His father moved here from must' dig it, and smelt it and fashion I, Already more than a hundred ofthese W. sell!) direct I. you; .... rUilr> prvfitt and
or angry till I South Carolina in 1860. He is an upright Red I Cross Health Centers
she forgets her womanly IfS came rate. Cheap as tin. We had it. What is useful for the body, and, actual are In being out of high rent district CM rna yes realmotej.
reserve
Christian man, beloved by all operation throughout the coun
; the preachers wish to see religion made a 10 per cent cut on all names* who know him. lIe is a charter member still more, what is useful for the try. Many of them also conduct medical Orders lilted Mint d.jr rc..I..... f(

*, properly venerated instead of reviled, goods before and now we are making of Sardis Baptist church and now mind is to be had only by exertion clinics, but the one chief outstanding HERE ARE JUST A FEW SPECIALS "

t they should conduct themselves in a big reduction again. All collar pad exertion that will work men more : feature of the American Red j,
accordance serve his church as deacon and treas ,Lorro Cow F.ed $3.50
4'' with their high office. iiow 7Gc. Plow lines V'f-s than cost. than iron is wl'ought.-that will shape Cross Health Center Is Its health education -
urer. He Is also a member of the Beet Pulp 2.90 1
Here's ax handles 25c to 50c. The men more than timber Is shaped. service which teaches well people

' THE INDUSTRIAL HUNS Kelly ax-best In the market Stovesof board pf trustees of Little Springs Up, then, young man and gird your- how to keep welL Shorts 2.10 ,
school and does much for the community -M Or" onh" .. 0... 2.0S!' :
all kinds. Full stock of general ere'f for the work 01 .sell cultivation.Set .
I In which he lives. He has nine Rice Blue Race ;t
4.75 ;(,
S With an arrogance without equal, hardware and building material. Hero a high price on your leisure mo FRENCH PRAISE FOR
children four and five
i sons daughters, Corn 1.90",'
the American Federation of Labor, in are hoes and hand rakes. We use ments. They are sands of precious OUR RED CROSS -
namely W. E. Dubose, Memphis, WORK Grits, Braeker 2.25 :
convention assembled large quantities of these goods here. gold. Properly
at Washington; expended, they will
r Term.; A. D. Dubose, Perry; R. S. Meal 2.25
has declared that labor intends to Plows Yes, we sell only the best procure for you a stock of great Landing the work
Dubose, Burnett's Lake Irvin Dubose accomplished
obey only the laws it Is in favor of. and what the people use here We Worthington; Mrs. G.; F. ,Davis, ; thoughts-thoughts that will fill, stir American philanthropy for warn F. O. B. Jacksonville p.t.

In its declaration of principles it la carry repair parts for tile standard Groveland Mrs. J. F. Williams Plant and invigorate and expand the soul. stricken France, Andre Tsrdleu. former Send for monnyuvln. friaf llt lvtn| quantity ,)

held forth that "the only immediate plows sold now and which I haye ben ; Seize also on unparalleled aldsfur- high commissioner from that nation dnfred
City Mrs. J. V. Johnson Sumner
course through which labor ran find carrying for the last 12 years but not ; ; nished by steam and type in this unequalled to the United States, ID a recent DANESE FEED & GROCERY CO.
Mrs J. J. Cox and Miss Annie Mae
relief, lies in the flat refusal on the I I I for {ho old and out of date kind stilt age. article widely commented on throughout I 636 W. Fonyth St: JACKSONVILLE 1
Dubose Worthington. All of the children
X 'part of labor to recognize or abide by sold by some dealers'who cannot or do 1 There i is no moral object so' beau the French press, says: I Near Union Station.
I f I
were present with the exceptionof "The American Red Cross has
the terms of injunctions which seek | not handle repairs for same. We keep tiful as a conscientious accomplished '
young man.
I A. D. Dubose and his family. a work which culls for I y _.
t to prohibit the doings of acts which ,,, standard repairs always on hand. We May many years be added to Mr. He resists temptation, not without a : the heartfelt gratitude of every true ORDER-- FOR PUBLICATION--

the workers have a lawful and guaranteed give: service on goods we sell in this l Dubose and his\ life be always struggle, for that! is not virtue; but Frenchman. In 1918 this great relieforganlratlon In Circuit Court fila.. ...f Florida "'..htb-
right to do." I line. Then in touch with"the may he I Ju.llolnl Circuit Bradford, County In Chan- .
,re./ we are filled with love and happiness, does resist, and conquers. Hebears spent In behalf of Franco .p..... "
This reminds us of the marshal of a International Harvester Co., and we the sarcasm 'of the ,profligateand nearly 87000000 francs and In 1919 J. K. Nlekl. .

J .t' town in central Bradford county, who |I can order anything in their line by it stings him-for that i is a trait Its expenditures on charitable projects Comp vm In.nt. I

t' asserted that he would enforce only phone and have it here in a few hours of virtue. He heeds not the watchword In our country attained the tremen- C. J. Johnmn.Defendant..
i i I
Dally Thought.A dons total of 1T1.OOO.OOO. .
such parts of a new town ordinance from Jacksonville. Here Farm of fashion It has re-
are
if it leads to sin the It .
: single grateful thought turned ; cenfly turned to the uniM-arinir hy affidavit! appended to the
over French
n1\ '. as!! pleased him. But though: theanay, I(I Wagons, Woven Wire Fence, Hay heavenward I. the most perfect prayer.Lessiii atheist who says, not only in his heart organizations huge stocks of relief Jnhniion bill flied' in the the above stated _.....that C. J-
I defendant la
supplies therein named e0011resident
1 or and town council let it ( at that I Rakes Disks, Plows, Mowing Machines but with
his "
go "There
lips
In no God, whose value must he counted In of the atato_ ( Florida and thathi.
:, the people of the United States will and Weeders Fertilizer Distributors ___ controls him not. He sees the hand of the hundreds of tlioimands of francs fa... rnld'nce la. rat fCmr Stmet. V.ld.....
and to
I the
of
" not allow,! labor unions to again get In- ,'' and most all kinds of farm sure to come and see you. Farmer a creating Cod and rejoices in it.- "Fifteen million American boy and j: It I. therefore over ordered see that twenty-one aald non-eeektoot ream

,to the saddle. The clamorings/: have machinery used here. We will be [ Brown will see to that, I have no Rev. II. H. Black.TAX girls, handed together In the Juniors I defendant the bill tie and in hereby required. to appearto

" ', had a lull .,>' late hut recent events glad if you come here, to'fit you out doubt. I wish. you gold day. Red Cross of America, are hnrk of a :, or before Monday of complaint, the 4th filed day In laid of April.reuse on A.

show hat the Hun spirit again stalks with anything you will need In our movement to establish the Closest ties D. 1921 otherwlae. the allemtlona of "laid bit
between will\ be taken .. .nllf.. aee4 br aald defendant. -
thrptijh the land. line Rt prices that are right: and you Samantha. Brown's Husband contest BOOKSWill themselves and France'syounger .

The'labor unions would like to bring will not need to run off to the large resulted as follows; generation throuph the charitable llahed It la further ordered that this order he pub
workq.they have financed onea a week for four eonaeeutlve weeka
about''' three, things-to keep up the :: cities to buy, for we have it hero, or 1st prize $3, Louisa Diggs, Starke. close April 1st. If convenient I are now tarrying out and In the Bradford County Telegraph. a nrvnpnper -
among'jour; little
l unreasonably high wages which they I I: will get It for you, at any time, with 2nd price: $2, Lois Gainey, Brooker. please pay now. It will ,be Impo war' 'sufferers. This published 2nd,day. of In Mareh."aid eounty A. I),and 1021.O. atate..

could arrogate to themselves when i pleasure. ; Miss Lois",Galney is only 10 years ble to do all the work at one "The bonds' of friendship( between' W. ALDFRMAN.

they had the public by the throat, to I I Well, thank you, Mr. Jones. I hope Std and in thflfCth grade. Pretty good. Thanks. E. W. HAYES,st.1 France and America l in cemented with (scaly By C.Clerk,A. KNIGHT Circuit Court.

kill the open shop movement and to I I that I shall come her and will be She worked hard for it. 343t. Tax tmi mutual" admiration rvrpect and. gratl- JOE HIM. WILLIAMS. Deputy Clerk.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 4., 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA.
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-- ,- JONES-KITE ing; the receiver,. B. L. Bugg to put in-f four :miles :south of uiV P ,itl,'r at

:---- to effect the schedule of reduction, of i \ junction 'of Lab B, '.\ ,"..thing- i
The home of Rev. L. W KickliUrwa which ton and Stark-l> rt ,
wages Jilr. Bugg a. president i > w 1.. .0
( j irENT-A-\VORD
Bits of LocalInformation t.il the scene of a quiet wedding of the road, had contended for before acre under cultlvubn\ an, under

Tuesday evening, March let, when the railroad labor board at its recent ( wire fence. Good:;.'I.
Tr. Mr. J..V. Jones, of Hampton, and Mrs.. session In Chicago. Mr. Bugg Issued within twenty yard' t- true. 1lf

\ II Ethel Kite were united in the holy a brief statement declaring; that the i Very desirable .locate. f ,t man
1 with school l children. 'J6\)
state of matrimony by Mr. Kickliter. petition for an order authorizing him r n-n farm
eight mile north of Lake it 'I'
T The groom and bride are both very to reduce, wages was a "last resort to TAKEN UP-Four sow, one male Lake Butler-Olustee road. 'r Jtl ,
i4 Om* fW < B *MAff W CO acres
.. -. tto *w c._.. -fi.f r_ popular and their many friends wish keep<< the road from going to the scrap hog marked wallow fork and under under cultivation and under (good t ,

them all happiness. heap." bitt, staple fork. Owner can have fence. Good building and niihm '

.- _no During the hearing before the labor by paying expense G. C. Lee, fifty yards of achool. Will *ell\ for {tin
1. ', --- -- CARD OF THANKS board at Chicago, which was attendedby Starke, Fla. 2-18-8t cash or'on easy terms or will rent I 'Cr'
r
D. G. Kelly, of Graham, was in town Ocala. the manager of the road, the Atlanta to suitable tenant Must act quick V
Saturday. We wish to thank our friend for ) Birmingham & Atlantic andrepresentatives LOST-One I ly. Apply Jno. L. Smith. Lake But- ( *l
red
and black
\ Have decided to sell that nice pairof their assistance and many kind word of the employee, a spotted Icr Bank. 2-11-tf IKli
J. K. "Harris of Maxville in ow, unmarked, with eight pig. :Re1 -
wa mules. If and deeds of love and ympathy dur-
-
want --
you good guaran- great man of statistics present 1 I. ward for information - .
town Monday. teed stock at a bargain, see me quick. ing the illness and at the death of our ed by the manager a* to the high Cha*. Cooper Starke or return by "".(":'!!. t .
Route A.S4.2te QJI...
}.J'. Canova. 342t. dear little daughter, Ruby. For the wage they<< were compelled to pay by .
William II. Rhodes the Fuller brushmnn .Income Tax Returns ,"" ,
"
many beautiful floral offerings, the the "national agreement put in -
i i. in town., exquisite music and other thoughtful .
This week force during the period of government
the Starke school .has
detail of the funeraL We also wishto FOR SALE-:.Single comb white leghorn a Specialty ;
continued
control, and after the
enrolled among its pupil Minnie May
Buy your good at Bryan' and get for
thank Dr. Middleton for biB faith- eggs setting, from heavy
road returned to their ,
it delivered free. Phone 32 2-25-tf. Cheshire and sister, Lorraine, and were owner '
Ethel Sasser of Jacksonville. ful medical attention. The owner contended that\ the en- laying strain. $1.50 per setting of Two year in Government Service.. i
_
Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Davis, Jr., Mr. 15 egg. Delivered by parcel post. ...
Cecil Adams, of Jacksonville i* forcement of these agreement was r Charges quoted on application.
L. A .Davis Sr. J. S. McCormick, Raiford, Fla.
visiting relative here. Col. and Mrs. A. V. Long and little placing more of a burden upon the S-4-12t-6-20 j

daughter, Annie, of Palatka. spent road than they could carry and asked Hollis T. Pope

Chicken and eggs wanted.' J. F. part of Tuesday and ,Wednesday with IS LABOR TENDING TOWARD ANAUTOCRACY that they be abrogated. 'The employee I ,
Kickliter. 2-18-tf. ? resisted the 'and jrOR SALE-Georgia 425 Graham Bide. Jacksonville, I a
Mr*. Long's mother, )\frs. S. E. stubbornly plea, railed rune
" Brownlee. the railroad labor board declared they peanut seed, 90 cent per bushel. ;

James Reynolds, of Graham, had The irrepressible conflict between had no jurisdiction in the cane, which White Spanish, EC per pound f. o.

business' Starke Monday. ''capital and labor bid fair to break sound odd In view of the fact that b. Lake Park, Ga. Quality guaranteed See /
Auto top and auto painting. M.
or money refunded. F. M.
Leviton out anew and put a serious hindrancein the labor board was'generally IIUPPOII'ed
Starke. 1119tf. White A Son. '
:
Miss Lucile Tatum, of Jacksonville' the progress of the country toward to be organized for the eX1lre'spUr'pose -SllHt"FOB G. DriggersT'

la visiting friends Starke. Mr. R. M. Boyd, of Tarboro, S. Cv reconstruction and normalcy. An efficient of settling Just such controversies 9 '
is transportation system i i. the a* it had before it at the time. SALE-N. C. or"Florid Runner LAKE BUTLER FLA.
a guest of her relatives Miss Etta
W. R. Cheshire and family,.kaye* Tison sine qua non of prosperity in this What were the fact regarding the seed peanuts. We offer for promptaccf'pt ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell and .
moved Starke DeLand. . To be efficient nce and cash with order the Agent 1
to from country. under !private wage the road was compelled to pay
Mr.
.|. ? and Mr. W. C. Powell. N. C. or Florida Runner seed I
w. management it must be prosperous.It a. they were presented to the board; pea. VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS
nuts at $1. per bushel (4c Ib)
Miss, Helen Digga spent several is far from that at present. To meet and not denied T They were publish per I
Mrs. D. T. Clark put up In new sacks f. o. b. Lowell
day; of last week in Jacksonville. spending sometime with, who her nas been the extraordinary expense in the ed over the country at the time, but Fla. H. T. Hall Co., Lowell Fla. For all kind of Tombstones and Mo. '

Mr. parent, way of wage and salaries Imposed to refresh the memory of some individual 1-7-tf. uaieoti. postal card addressed tone :,

Mis Ina Alderman was the week' and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, returned upon, them by the Federal Railroad who may have forgotten themwe at Lake Boiler, Fla., will bring me to'
Saturday to her home In Jack 1 "
end guest of friends in Jacksonville. Administration at the demand of the give a few. They were taken from FOR SALE OR RENT
sonville. -SO acre farm four door with information and price
.. railroad labor unions, during the war, the road' December payroll: A negro ). ..
Mrs. J. T. Mooret of Lawtey, has Garcia and continued after the roads were porter on a passenger train received
been'the, guest of her cousin, Mr. A.. de Ora, Perfecto Grande returned to private the fireman '
size management, $197.43; a negro on a passenger -
lOc at all dealer
Zt f.
freight and passenger rates, $222.36; a call boy, $13860; a
Good delivered at any time. W. The W T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. already too high. The Increase put a negro shop taborer, $146.62. Theseare Missionary and Klondyke :
M. Bryan. Phone 82. 2-25-tf. wishes to organize a chapter of the ,
check
on shipping, reduced the rail only a few sample comprising f
"Children of the ,
Confederacy. All
road ,revenues and had a disastrous the 'lowest paid class of laborer
Below cost, a few bags of Fulghumoat children,whose mothers
seed. F. are members effect on all business. The farmer i What wages must have been paid to $4.00-per 1000 $3.75 in 10,000 lots, as fine a* grow. 4
J. Kickliter. It. of the thapter or have Confederate '-
lineage will please be at the Methodist saw their produce rotting in their I the labor of a higher clan, the engineers Send, for my 1921 catalog, describing 40 other varities. ,

Sam Anderson, of Archer, is visiting church at 4 o'clock Tuesday.L. field because there was nothing left conductor and brakemen I* ,

his brothers, Messrs. A. W.:. and i for them after the railroads had taken<< I It any wonder that a railroad paying J. KEIFFORD HALL .'

G<.A, Anderson. L. King left last week for New their toll. The granaries of the West such wages for such labor should haveto
were bursting with grain; while the be placed in a receiver's hand to
Orleans : '
I where he goes to attend Ute RHODESDALE MD.
exorbitant freight rates meant a real ". it from the heap?" As I't
arc '
Ed Burnsed of Jacksonville, has Baptist Bible! Institute?: Mr. King has scrap . ,
been visiting relatives in Starke during 1 been planning for sometime to take a loss to the producer and an Increased long a*,thla condition continues will JT "
the week. two cost to the consumer. The relief It not be used a* a basis for keepingup i ,
year course at thla institute o
himself which was sought, and which was absolutely other wage. to a war standard 11 .
fit
for
the
ministry. 1.
Rev. H. H. Black, of the First Methodist t ,. necessary if the railroadswere It i* one of the legacies of govern THE < ; '
J. P. CARTER CO.
to continue function in of the roads but '
church, Lawtey, was a visitorto The Woman's Club will hold its to came ment management ;
Starke Saturday.Mrs. regular monthly meeting next Wed- the wrong way. It should have been it Is not the only one. Another is the '. '

nesday, at 3:30, at the residence' of directed toward a reduction of expenses deficit'of six hundred millions which NAYLOR, GA. t
has rather ,than .toward an Increase the control incurred and
E. Markley Johns returned Mrs. D. E. Knight. Hostesses for the government ,

from a visit with her aunt,. Mrs. afternoon, Mrs. D. E. Knight ,and of cost to the traveling and which the people must pay. Still another ,'I . ..

L. E: Jordan, of Oveido. Mrs, E. L. Biggs. shipping ,public. is the' dismantled engiqes, the QUOTE'AS FOLLOWS:

Now with everything in this coun- scattered and ruined equipment, the

The strawberry shipments are in- CIGARS-If you smoke cigars, why try on the down grade, with the cost worn out track, which the govern North Carolina variety Georgia-raised Seed. Peanuts R

creasing daily. The ruling prices paidis not get the best. Call for, GARCIAde of living constantly going lower; with ment returned to the owners. And Carlot., 3 1-4 cents, small lots 3 1.2c per pound.

around $8 per crate. ORA, lOc, at all dealers. A mild patriotic laboring men voluntarily still there are people, but not many, Corn in Shuck, 80 pounds to bushels, $1.00 a bu.
full Havana Filler. 24tf. consenting to a reduction of wagesto outside the'railroad employes, who : '1
Peanut Hay carlots $22
tickets in timeat with the railrbads per ton.
Get your strawberry correspond changing con would like to see the under

this office. Ex-sheriff S. B. Denmark, of Rai- ditions, co-operating with employer government control. The railroad men Georgia Cane Syrup 50 cents per gallon.

ford, has been in Starke during the to reduce costs and bring about normal in advocating such action, 'silt stub Velvet Bean. $25 per ten, car lots. ,

Genuine North Carolina peanuts. J. week, to'visit his daughter, Mrs. W. condition once more; with more bornly resisting any reduction! of wages .1

F. Kickliter. It W. Baisden, and sister, Mrs. W. J. unemployment than ever known in are standing in thelr;.own light.

Johns, who has been very ill but is this country, and breadline in the i If the railroads are ruined the men TERMS CASH.

Mrs. E. L. Biggs had as a gueston now recovering. Mr. Denmark' health cities, the railroad labor unions stand i will lose tTioir l high; paid jobs, and be .

Tuesday, her friend, Mrs. Black has been poor of late and he was not firm in their insistence upon the con- forced to join the million who are ...

of Lawtey. well when here, but had a desire to I tinuance of war time wages, and out of employment. If they are,forced, '

come and visit his relatives and see their resistance to any approach to into receiverships, their wage will be .

Paul E. Canova, Sr., has returned his friends The latter are very nu- normal condition again., Organized dictated<< by' federal judges who,ran- ...

from an extended business trip down merous heer and they were very gladto labor warns employer that labor not be influenced by threat of: strike ty

the East coast. meet their old friend. "not only insists upon maintaining the The railroad men should learn .wisdom > GENERAL INSURANCE N

present standard of wages and work while.lt i I. yet time and consentto -

Mrs. Daisy McCauley, of Jacksonville The, carnival now,in Starke" is get- ing conditions, but declares its sol a reasonable reduction ,of wages, HAROLD C.WALL '.
RI-
is stopping with Mrs. Emma ting a taste of our cow. In the forenoon emn purpose to continue its struggleto rather than invite drastic cuts lateron y ,

chard. while the showmen are havingan further improve these standards." which must surely come to meet STARKE FLORIDA '

after breakfast snooze, the cows It thinly; veils a threat with the assertion the changed conditions-.Tampa Daily ,
Jesse Thomas is in St. Luke's hospital -
go among the tents to see what they "that it ia compelled to adopt this Times. FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE .
where he under- ,
Jacksonville, may devour. Anything within reachin course in defense of American innUtutlons 4 :

went a slight operation. the lunFh tents i is quickly grabbed be the consequences what they About 6,000 people were present in ....,.

the hay and oats of the "equine wonder" may." If this isn't a threat, what 1* .JDustis on the 22nd to join in the cele.bratlon -- :
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Dyal, of Green I i Is commandeered, then the cotton itT What do these wovds mean but of the 100th anniversary of ''':11

Cove Springs, spent the weekend at belonging to. the candy man i.I is resistance to law, if law doe. not Florida ceding to the United State
the home? of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Grif- Everybody had a grand time and the
I found and eaten. The only safe jointis please organized labor; even to the r'S
fin. that of Bosco, who eats 'em alive. point of revolution and bloodshed, if celebration was a big success, especially U

But when the ball-and-doll men ar necessary, to carry their end? The the pageant.
,
Griffin of Jacksonville, arrived We Proud of
Eugene rive on the scene and bombard the statement talk bravely about "the are '
yesterday to spend several days defense of American institutions __ iijl
bovines with their base balls, the cows ,
with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. have to beat a retreat. but since when have American )institutions Leering tsar Virtue. Our Farmer Friends

f O. J. Griffin. --hasty denied to any man the right 'brti you hat, ti I iiittii. ) In divert I

CATTLE DIPPING NOTICE to labor unless he carried a anion your fancy, conmdor Hie guild qualities I
I I. N. Cable, of Brooklyn, an extent, card of your cqoilutMic; ux "Ixot TprlKlug '
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J sive and progressive farmer ana There will be a ;meeting;; at the dip The Labor Conference "demanded" vigor of hut man, the IOlldoSl We are especially prpud that we have so .

f, grower of Napier grass, was in town ping vat Tuesday, March 16th for various other things, some of whichare of another, the '!crnllty If n third farmer customer. Agriculture i iv ; '
: particularly
\ Thursday. the purpose of cleaning Out, filling and no on. For UITC Is notltlug so mtertnining many l ,
revolutionary It
and not.
and charging same. This vat is located some are a Im-ly ltnngr tt the vlr- : interesting to us, as indeed it should be "
insisted upon the repeal by the state tue.4 exhibited in the "lim-noier of !
the Bessent land southeastof
Carr Colley, who is attending the Starke.on All cattle of all indu.trl.lcourt' laws, and all those w'.! cuuvwHt. nhh. occurring usuuincroiihly to everyone, and We like to have the farmers .
week- owners are re-
the
University of Florida, spent restrictive. and corrective law together u4 IMMMIMH' Let tlilw, th.'re.
quested to be present.R. in and talk their with
| end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. drop over problems us.
JiimJ. MPH-UH
D. Bower, L. V Moore Commit "with freedom from (lecision torn, be Mlwuyx ill An
f A. Colley. tee. 253t.! of courts holding trade union. and individual .lIua Autoulnu/
When advice render
we can give or service ?
member thereof liable in
Chufas, velvet bean'' and all varieties Luke Rielly Says, "The Rat Died Before damage for the unlawful act of oth- of any kind, we are always glad to do so. ;
\ seed orn. J. F. Kickliter. It fluuns, ,
Reaching the River""Since would
ers. That is, it have members lV'a4p ,
now w' moving near the river two of trade union placed in a eland by rs We know that the growth and develop.
.. has delivery)) wagon \
and'wlIl deliver free the goods bought years ago, we've always used RAT themselves, and exempted from the ment of this community depend to a large extent ," .
225tf. SNAP. Watched a vicious water rat, common application of all laws. It Y4I ,f--r
{from him. LL
nibbling at RAT SNAP outside the would have judges elected and deprived i upon i its farming interest, and we aim to i

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson have re- house. About 15 minutes later he of authority to pas on the constitutionality w.COVER do our part toward helping the farmers suc: f

| turned to their home in Gainesville, darted off for the water, to cool his of laws enacted by Con ceed.

I after a visit at the home of her father burning stomach but he died before gress. .ww :

Si Col. W. T. Weeks. I reaching it." Three sizes, 35c, 66c, There were other propositions, We especially invite farmers to bank with. 1w

$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by D. C equally as absurd and revolutionary, 5

Mrs. -J. F. Colley and little niece, Jones, Starke.-Ady. but we must refer our readers to the .

Kate Fugat, have returned from a jI published account., for a full description PRINTEDBooklets

ifvlsit.; with relatives In Bronson and Pile Cured la 6 to 14 DaY'DrulllIIlU of the "demands" of these auto-

------ --- rremd money If PAZO OINTTt'DIT! falhto cratic labor lead..r.--Tamva Times, and BANK: OF STARKE it!
7lredurg Pouul\nl Pllealnwtnt.r
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Cure
IlW'a This? rrllnvr4 U'n..I.U'1'} sot,,',...,p ern' r'entul I' Circulars willS
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HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE wOI e :: A press. dispatch from Atlanta in STARKE FLORIDA .'
o what we claim lor U-cur. Catarrh ormtotmm Goods .
The Times of Monday proved the ell Your
: caused by Catarrh. We do not Farmer and His Food. f'rW
,_lm to cur any ottlor dln"aM. The truth of the old adage that there are
HALL'S CATARKH MI.OICINE 'Is aliquid. Good tood. will' cooked make better Come to Uuder State SupervisionI. t
lhrouChtb'Iood I I.hou" more .way of killing a cut than by
[ taken Internally and arts men and woionn. .Th farmer L
the muroua surfaces of him with butter. The dl.. Us ., '
upon
choking -
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I in. system thus rWlurlnr the InflaminaLtlon lime' the heel 1 lbil>" .! re go- ,
and r..torln normal conditions. leg on\ Ida ",',1"',: u1 I.... 11.,, neral3 patch told of the signing an order I _ ,:$,
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1921.

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c I I down off this contract you've fut be: corrected Ms '.IIITf J'. IQ. had 'been "i11f'CS at !San Francisco benediction end ie.t Jl drop on Henry trig at '4 ::43 to'go to' 6is "room. H*
utimNjuent to Ogllvy's to him that I returned at 4:46 and hurried to the
given me""Grented Thank you no much. sir. Well, tt,.,'" I visit I Pouudatone'a thin shoulder. 1
: Bnck. Name It" another worry off my mind." With the j. afternoon. "My dear Poundstone." he said 'ear. law office of Usury Poundstone. Jr.

r "rm giving a nice little private specially tact of a prime minister, Buck then "Ah-h-b' I" breathed His Donor "That ,eaU)'. "I am not a man I* forget In the Carxiljran! 'block. He was with
cooked dinner to Miss, McTavlshtonlcbt. poke of tlie, magic.4eci.the buildingof arnhuntslor bis failure to bring the clever work. At the proper time I Poundstooe until .. :M. when b* returned

TheVALLEY We're going to pull It off In* such a line would, have upon the Matter ah at our intervieW Upon his .hall.-' He smiled his radiant smile."You're I leisurely to the Hotel Sequoia, .

one of those private screened corrals growth of Sequoia. Sequoia he felt return to the hotel he found,,this tele- carrying a small leather grip. He

In that highly' decorated Chink rove convinced, waa, destined to become a gram: -and got busy at once. By also had this grip' when he entered ,I,

tsuraw on Third street Molra-that city of et Irastf I hundred tlxnittsridInhabitants 'Jul.lter. this lool s like business. Ponndstone' office

1 I.. Miss McTavtxh,-,Is bringing a chaperon : be rhnpKodlxed over the Henry, how did you come Into possession "Arrived at the hotel at 6:03 and I

of then one_Miss Shirley Sumner. Your progreMiive spirit of the communityand I of this telegram ,I II IrliIIrii went to his room. At 8:45 be entered

Job Is to be my chaperon and entertain with a wave of his hand studded "It must have been mixed up In the I I B public automobile In front of the I

Miss $nmner. who from all accounts Is the water of Homboldt bay with the documents Ogllvy left with mOo I hotel and was driven to No. 846 Elm

GIANTSBr most brilliant and fascinating." most of the world's shipping.. Suddenly l. found It on my desk when I was sortIng t tI ta tw itr street The brunette young lady who t

"Nothing\ doing Bryce almost be checked himself, glanced at out tbe papers, and In my capacity works In the Cardigan Redwood Lumber

roared. "Why. these the girl: tbat his watch, apologlred for consuming so of attorney for the N. C. O. I bad no company'* office emerged presently .

bluffed the secret of the N. C. O. out much of His Honor's valnaMe time expressed hesitancy In reading It" and entered the car, '{bleb then

of mar hlmaelf feltdtated-at knowingthe "Well I do declare I Wonder who proceeded to No. 88 Redwood boulevard
B. KTNEAothoeof Do hate her for ItT I
you Is.
Mayor gracefully expr'eseedhisapd Hockley where the brunette young lady
"
I "No. I hate myself. preciation for the encouragement given "Hockley doesn't matter" young alighted and entered'the bouse. Sh.

-c.ppF Rick1 "Then :you'll come. Ton promised'in. his enterprise and departed. Henry declared triumphantly, "al returned at seven sharp accompaniedby :

advance, and no excuses gonow Half an hour later the Mayor telephonebell ( , though rd bet a hat be'a one of those a young lady whom she Introducedto
The news will be all over town by Friday driven q'
Bock beavy-weight.Wall street fellow and O. All three were then to
rang. Ogtlvy was
on
morning; so why bother" to keep the tine. "I beg your pardon for bothering one of J. P. M'* vlce-prealdenta, probatbly. the Canton restaurant at 432 Third

(Ooprrtf. kr r.r *. &ia* On And appearances before Bryce any could longer you with ray affairs twice In the J. P. M. .? course.'Is the-man street At 7:15 Bryce: Cardigan entered
< protest Ogllvy I'
behind. the restaurant and was escortedby
same day Mr.
Mayor "be announceddeprecatingly.
had thrown : I
the office door
called the glad open tidings to Molra. whs and "but the fact... a condli' "Who the devil ta J. P. Mr the waiter to the table occupiedby )

YNOPSI*. was working In the next room whereupon tlon baa Just arisen which .necessitatesthe Henry smiled tolerantly upon his O. and party.
Molra'a ; Immediate employment of an attor Ignorant parent "Well. bow may J. "At 9:80 entire party left restaurant
CIIAPI'1CB Pioneer la tb* California wonderful eyes shone Pier-pout Morgan do for fee and entered a Napier car driven by a
with ney. The Job I* not B Importantone a guess)
1' aedwo.d ....... John Carats**, at ton,- th.t strange lambent flams. She very
{, _ea. .a the loading cltlaen of floauota. clasped her bands and almost any lawyer would do,,' nerled. s half-breed Indian whom the second
r. jr. e.oer taab.r.or>a mills, ablpa after,, and three many acre. oiwlaower w wonderful she exclaimed.Joyously. "Oh."rve how always but In view of the fact that we mustsooner ;; "Hell's hells and panther-tracks I" young lady balled B* George O. and

nan-tod Ufa, .... father ., rearsj| wanted Miss Shirley t. meet Mr. or later, employ an attorney to Mayor Pounds-tone started at tf snake- the brunette :young lady were dropped
r Brroa Carols-aa. Bryce" : look after our Interests locally. It oc-' bitten. "[ should say ;you have booked .t 846 Elm street while Cardigan and

CHAPTKR n -4.t oarteon ar,....makes tuned to me that 1 might a* well make: B big fish. Do,.. you've landed a the other young lady proceeded directly -
r 7* the .oe o. Burner Buie .... a .... CHAPTER the selection of B 'permanent"attorney: whale t Did Ogllvy say anything about to No. 88 Redwood boulevard.
taar n.quota, and fclo_ Junior 1 by a, feW XIII. Catty.ty
nto future business After the lady to Blight
rh Together tbey : ofi now. I am a atranger In '(ht* city Mr.: aiding \
51.i ....., sacred to Jsrm.8tty aa4on Fortunately for the situation which, Poundstone. Would It 'be Imposing on, "H< did. Said If I proved ...ttmetory. gan talked with her a few minute at

jsatlkfe :aa 94! too part with _. had 10'nddtlnll confronted film Bryce :your consideration If 1 asked you to he would probably take me on the gate, then bad her good-nlgh&.

Cardigan had Mr. Buck Ogtlvy and recommend such a person?" t and pay tbe customary retainer givenall the First Qanulne Comet "Upon returning to Hotel Sequoia,
CHAPTER Ill.-Whne Bryce .la at eel- ; of their found O. In hotel bar. Saw him
tom
. out of the "Why not lit all not afll I Delighted corporation attorneys
. John CaroJcan l moots with heavyacniianns experiences gained In other at "Tou understand
lt ..-i loss* and for tbo ant Urn views n/lroad/ -boU8lag enterprises the" aald to help 'you. Mr. Ogllvy. ,Let:,' "Well by golly, he'd better take you of course, that I a bed Bt 10 sharp-
UM future with lUloertel ". I I had peaking for myself and can make you relate-
Ogllvy, while startled was oat stunned me see now Cndrnan ft Banes, with en -notion that chap Ogllvy Needless to this report had
+ CHAPTER TV.'.-; .tt.adaatlae. from by the suddenness and Immensity office In the Knight of Pythias Temple ' was smart enough to know which side no firm promises. HoweverII. a moat amazing effect upon Colons :
',I r D. ..u.**, and a trip abroad Bryoo CarAIsmn the order so would be the people although his read I. buttered on and who doe amiled again "All I nave to nay la Pennlngton, and when at length b* j
.... casually given him by ''bis Just
cornea 100. On tbo train lie moots that ;yoall do !r
fthlrley. $_.r. way to !Bequola .. youthful employer, for he bad already there I. Rodney McKendrlck. ta the! the buttering. could recover his mental equilibrium
ako bor home aat_ with "If I could "Thank you said Henry Pound he aet about to
bar _nole devoted to the matter of that Chamber' of Commerce bun ID&-4' guarantee Mr. Ogllvy quite calmly analyxe
crossing
?' '. y.> L>*f Ponntnstoa.. .,... bt ...Bryoo. failed; loarna and that that OoLunlnston hflatl the better part of the preceding night splendid fellow Mr. Oglhry, and molt': that temporary franchise mentioned Inlita I atone. Jr.. "Thank :you ever ao much." the report with the result that b* I

I. ....... to-takoadvanta..elI "Got to run a sandy an the mayor" desirable. And If I may be pardoned a. telegram it might help mo ta get promptly arrived at the following cot .
a I old man' buatnea nlsforMaaa. Buck olfloqulced: as he walked rapid dash of paternal ego, there Is tny son: In right with I.; P. M. at the start An experience extending over a very elusion t

CHAPTER V.-In to. Vailoy MYoung the ly uptown. "Now bow shall '1 proceed Henry PouDd toDe. Junior. WhileHenry bis hopeful suggested."Guarantee active business career' of thirty :yearsbad (1) His niece Shirley Sumner was ",i

1 Olant Irectly. ...,......Oardlim hi. mother frnrt! .a...Y.free. failed Indication to tweak tip) on that oily old cuss' blind i* a young man, 'hi* career 1 lathe <&tl" his father ehoated. convinced Col. Beth Pennlngton of not to be trusted In so far a* young <\\j
aro that It w.. out down to secure alder law has been most gratifying although ': "Guarantee K1 Well I should snicker the futility of wracking bla brains In Bryce Cardigan wa* concerned. Despite ;'4

I t: .........nl.n burl and and evidence his seem wood.-. to....how.. Jnle that Two blocks: farther en Mr. Ogllvy he liasn't had a* broad an experlence -' We'll Just show J. f'. M. and fife crowd vain speculation over. mysteries.When her .umptloD'ot hostility to'f.'f.

/ noodeau, .... Implicated ta too outras paused and snapped his fingers vigor aa the other I mentioned and that they made no mistake when they therefore the Northern California ward the fellow since that memorable ...

r ously. "Eureka tie murmured. Tve I perhaps your choice bad better: He between -, picked yon as their Sequoia legal rep Oregon railroad commenced to day In Pennlgton'a woods, the Colonel \
t ;' .CRAPTBRInston and VJ.tnl a nlooo.,. with Ool.sees FOB.Bryoo tbo. got Ponndstons by the tall on a down Cadman & Banes and Rodney resentative. HI call B special meeting encroach on the Colonel' timeappropriation was now fully convinced that she bad .X.

room panolod with redwoodlurl.. oonnrm- hill hint Is It a cinch WelL )nstruess Me KendrI<.1t." of that little old city council of mill.and for sleep he realized that made her peace with blm and bad ,

I}f1, tnc a hIn diplomatic. .11 $"'on.! way of unporonlvod Pcnnlnston'o! by f-ullt.Bhjrlor I should tell a man I" "Thank yon a thousand thrice" Mr. Jam that temporary franchiee ethen waa l but one way In which to been the recipient of his secret atten

< u.. two men doolaro war. He hurried to the telephone building Ogllvy murmured and bong op. "W through while you'd be saying' 'Jack conserve his rest and that was b ythane right along. ,)

CHAPTER I .-P.nnliv"tcn rofuoos to and put In a long-distance call for the thought so, "buck we thought so," he Robinson !I' engaging to fathom the mystery for IS,_, "A'ha"V ... n n. .-.,_..._. ......n... ._. OAOJr__
i. 1 rooow Mo tontnf contract with tho Cards San Francisco office\ of the Cardigan ollloqulzed. "Yea. Cadman & Banes He carefully made a* copy of the- him a specialist in the unraveling of tery but a lIIyaler7'In which Bryce:

N a,, PDo. bollovma1 for. the .latter.lit.! action Bryce moan torah bankruptcy lice Redwood Lumber company. When the or Rodney McKendrlck!: may do. but telegram. mysteries.' In times gone b,. the Colo Cardigan was Interested. Moreover

f'u to oonfom too f.n.a the trot In the manager came on the line Ogllvy dictated Lord have mercy on the corporate lOut "Il-m I" be grunted. "Want to cross net had found n certain national detective be was anxious to aid the N. O. O. In
U vtlloy of tile Otant. at ......In'"on.. or. to him a message which he Instructed of the N. C. O..tt I fall to retain Henry' Water street at B and build out From agency an extremely efficient every way possible. However the "
CMr After Bvnlnhlnsr tho
man Brr iMirls Mm at Col. Fonnknstoa, wl.o, with tbe manager to telegraph back Poun4 tone. Junior. What wise plan street Well. I dare say nobody will aid to well-known commercial agencies Colonel could understand this. Cardigan 1
+ Bhlrley.I. had wltn.Md the a.,.t Penning. to him at the Hotel Sequoia one hour It Is to look up the relatives. of a kick over the traces at that. Nothing and to these tried and true subordinates would aid anything that might ,\
ton humiliated and th. slrl. Indignanorders .
Bryoo to loavo bar aad fount toot I.ter.| this, mysterious detail attendedto. public official t Well I forward men. but warehouses and lumber-drylai he turned now for explicit possibly tend to lift the Cardigan \
friendship Ho ....b. but ntu.. to ao- be continued on to the and satisfying Information the
mayor's .f- follow me--to Henry office. :yards along there anyhow. Still come anent lumber Interests out from under the t
dlamlaaaLCHAPTER
opt I flee<< In the city hall. Henry poundatone. Junior, proved t* to think of it, Pennlngton' will probably -Northern California Outrage I Iron heel of Colonel Pennlngton f

Vni.-B ttirnlar to MestaI9 a. Mayor Ponndstone'e bushy etlbl'OW'.rebed be the sole 'Inhabitant of one rather mine, a bowl about sparks. from the The Information forthcoming! from (3) The N. C. O. wes going to make

',>t Uio feryeo. train aro on travollas.which RiMey break her away unclo fro and a with Interest when his secretary bare office ra Cardigan: block. Buck: engines of the N. C. O. setting bis Dun'. and Bradstreet' wa vague and a mighty bluff even to the extent of t

Li Wie looomotlvo. and Bryoo.; who could havooacaped laid upon his desk the card of Mr. had fully resolved te give him B ....-,' lumber pile, afire" unsatisfying. Neither of these two applying for a franchise to run over 1..
at tho risk ., hi. lit* out out Buchanan
ine oabooao and savoa them from oertalo.ath. Ogllvy, vice president andgeneral tamer of a thousand dollars, or ever;: "HeHI he dead against It." Henry de- commercial agencies could ascertain the city streets of ,Sequoia. Hence '
> bal,.. painfully Injured In doing oo. manager of the Northern Call: more. If he asked for tit, feat after one;: "' 1It'64.to, know, because at'the Wednesday anything of. Interest regarding the Ogllvy's visit to Mayor Poundstone '

CHAPTER: IX.-Volra UoTavlsh.. obllo-' fornia. "Ab-h-b I" be breathed with aannpleassnt look at Henry he cut the appropriation ' meeting of the Lumber Mann- nuances of the N. C. O. For the present doubtless on the advice of Bryce Car 1.dlpn. 1.
hood frUnd of Bryco and employed In his resemblance to a bon ,v1- to two hundred and fifty dollars.. fHCturers' nmw, >clsrlon the subject of the corporation had no office. It* t
'i I t4 olft..., _.... fililrlor'o and rant who tees before him his favorite '
aoaualntanoo destinies
+1 the two become friend. Meedlnc money Young Mr. Ponndstone was blonde and the N. C. O. came up and Pennlngton III San Francisco being (4) Ogllvy: had carried a small ka jl
vintage. 1 have
\ / hell,.. John Cardigan l offers to aoll Fonnlnston I been expecting Mr.Ogllvy frail, with Urge round spectacle, ran-' made a talk against It He said theN guarded by a well-known attorney who leather bag to and from Henry Pound- :!...fJ.tone'

1 Colonel I. the c>on0d Vall...nt the hro.r.."..",u Ststptoo.. him ,..."to call for quite a while. Show bit teeth and the swiftly. receding chin C.J O. ought to be discouraged.If had declined to make any statement office. That bag was readily

I be hi* through .: bankruptcy of hla The of the terrapin. Moreover be wa In' It was a legitimate enterprise, which regarding the company but promised explained.: It had contained a bribe

f 11 onomles known ,to GOnt.mptuouolr.. refuies.- buys Un Uio to visitor the great was man's accordingly admitted and such a flutter of anticipation over the be doubted because the most feasible one at an early date The board<< of In gold coin and young Henry bad

I to ,/ Valley 4h tho Cardlrans hav.a new favored presence arrival of a client that Back deduced and natural route for a malt would befromWlllltH. directors consisted of this attorney been selected as the go-between. That

I t lr/ loace tal and of awic..on a n.ranInterest capi. .1 great heartiness.with an official'Tve 1 been handshake hoping of to two thlnJrll-t-wlt. that the M..orbad .. Memloclno county north his two assistants his stenographer meant that Mayor Poundstone bad

SA 1 Jpennlneton's logging' :=. h ave this pleasure for quite some time telephoned Henry he wa apt to, to Sequoia I tell you he's dead set and Mr. Buchanan Ogllvy. The company agreed to deliver the franchise-for

I r CHAPTER! )[.-rjuonanan OfTlry ran). Poundstone." Buck announced easily have a client,, and that a* B result of against It" had been Incorporated for five a consideration. Ogllvy bad called

t l road contractor and Bryre'. collec! trl.n4,. as be disposed of his hat and overcoat t this miracle, Henry was In no fit state "Then we wont tell him anything million dollars, divided Into five million first on the mayor to arrange the detail
I man la decided to ague en a by. tho the builder Cardlsan l or the a* proP th*- on an adjacent chair. Buck's alert to discuss the sordid subject of fee about It. Henry We'll Just pull off shares of par value of one dollar ; then he had called on the .,

if'T' .,*ed railroad. Bryoo...* to Ban yin blue eyes opened wide In sympathy: I' and retainer' Ergo Mr. Ogllvy decided this special session of the council and each and five shares had been sub mayor's eon to complete the transac

4 r claco to meet him. with his genial mouth to deluge Mayor to obviate such discussion nowor forget to Invite the reporters; after scribed t lion "

!g CHAPTER Xl.-Osllry "otentatloualy Poundstone with a smile that was In the future. He handed Henry a the Job has been put over. Pennington "It looks fishy to me." the Colonel (C) If a franchise bag been arranged r

, ; 1'd which b1n I I.work announced of lurveylns.. a proposed for the through Ian. friendly guileless confidential and aln check for two hundred and fifty: dollars can come around and bowl all hewants. commented to> his manager; "and rm for and the bribe already delivered '

i route. Pennlnaton, va-uly ala..4r.- .! gutarly delightful. Mr. Ogllvy was a' which be wrote out on the spotand We're not letting a chance like more than ever convinced It's a scheme that meant the prompt and

i u I. olds....Ibl.to block to eouro operation a franchla by making for tbo It lino 1 Imi i man possessed, of tremendous persons) with, his bright winning smile remarked this slip by a* without grabbing a of that Trinidad l Redwood Timber unadvertised commencement of open

through Sequoia.. In this h. plans t* an- 1 ; list the aid of the m ""r. Pnuadtons ,and that smile was ever the opening will proceed to business. That retainer No. sir-not If we' know It" nnlond. And that I Is, something thtlLllcuna to carry Its monumental bluff to the

,,, builder CHAPTER of!: the XII."Buck" Osllvy, aa ,gun of bis magnetic bombardment for 1.a'1 a larK one, I admit, but neither "You bet I" said Henry earnestly; Grande Lumber company does point of building a mile of track: ,
fornia 4t Oregon projected railroad Northern meets Molra Cal It' was a smile that always had the II Is the Job I have fpsyog todaytatepre I At eleven-thirty Thursday morning not view with favor, for the reason through town. . No-no, they f;

1 and MoTavlsh hi. father and I make* much plan Imp.for.__. BrpGej I effect i of making the abserver dual If need of your service on a largerscale young Henry Poundstone. having worked that one,, of these bright days those. wouldn't spend that much mon y on a i

cumuli** for th* lam from tho city to behold It again-of disarming tot should' develop, we shall of course the greater part of the previous Trinidad people will, come to their bluff; they; wouldn't bribe Poundstone J\
plclon and establishing\ confidence. expect: to make a new arrangement night preparing the deed, delivered senses and sell cheap to us. However unless the road was" meant. And was

r I I "Glad you did mighty glad. the whereby you will receive the customaryretainer both deed and franchise* to Buck to be sure Is to be satisfied. Telephone It a common carrier after all} i k

+ It w.wltb a considerably lighter i pr.vor cried he.artllv.- "! here read- -roar- of all of 'our eon>oratlon ate Osrllvy at the letters hotel. It the San Francisco office to have The trail was growing hot: the )1,

heart that Bryce returned to the mill articles. of Incorporation Mr. OCIl...,.. torneys. I trust that Is satiafactory"'I' I with difficulty; that the latter could was the detective agency that handled tbe Colonel mopped his brow and concentrated '
office, from which he lost no time In I You will recall that they were published "Eminently so," gasped the young conceal his tremendous longsinremen's) strike Job for us send further If the N. OL O. was j

summoning Buck Ogllvy by telephone. In' the Sequoia Sentinel. It disciple of Blackatone. I when Henry casually banded amazement him the couple of their best operative up really going to start operations. In order ;

""Thanks much for the Invltstlon. I atrlkea me"Then -" "Very well; then I let ua proceed to franchise. True be bad dipped thst on the next steamer with Instructionsto to move Its material from the t s-1

y Ogllvy murmured gratefully. Til be 1 yon know exactly: what we business Buck removed from a smallleather fake telegram the report to me on arrival." Cardigan dock | a scene of operatlons (',

'AF "down In a pig's whisper." And be was. purpose doing, and any further explanation bag a bale of: legal-looking bait for Henry among and his fattier contracts, but bill a.I When the 0"l'l'Il1v8'"portf'd., the It would have to cut his (the );+.t,
look like the devil" be declared would ", i Colonel'
l'7ee. you be superfluous Buck documents. "I have here. be an- fondest orders were brief and explicit Colonel's) tracks somewhere on Water/
at the time -
hope he
v the moment he entered. the I.t.ter' . Interrupted amiably, glad to dispose of Mounted "agreementa from landowners conceivedthe "I want" to know all about II street Damnation I Th.t... It (
brilliant Idea, was that ;Y
51' private office. the matter so promptly. Again he favored along the proposed right of way of the i| would show the Henry man named'Ruchannn Ogllvy, "'ho'i.up They were trying to slip one over on thim.
"I aught to, Buck. Tve just raised the'mayor with his bright smile, N. C. O. to give to that company, on telegram to his father North somewhere procuring right/ They were planning to get a 1 '
and thus Inculcate In the
: the devil and spilled the beans on the and the latter, now fully convinced demand, within! one year from date, I old gentleman of way for the Northern California Jump-crossing In before be should 3 '.
Lr N. C. o.r: that here was a young man of vast em satisfactory deeds covering right of a friendly feeling toward the N. Oregon railroad. Find him. O. t op awake to the situation tl
1+ C. O. ; they were
nOl unmixed with
"To whom, when and wberer"To prise whom It pleasurable \
behooved him to receiveIn with blm
which In the
way are minutely described In morning and put him planning too. to have the council .; !
city
Pennlngton's niece, over the a whole-hearted and anticipations of the day when Henry ,
to
public-spirited the said agreements. I wish the deeds bed at night Report to me daily" '
slip through the
franchise when
telephone about two hours Poundntone Junior should be
ago. manner, nodded' vigorous approval. one of
prepared for signing and recording at Reports yielded the '
Buck Ogllvy smote hi. I left palm with "Well, that being the case. Mr. Or" the earliest I the most highly priced members of the until Colonel i nothing nobody'was looking, and once the r'<
posulble moment""You I' the first
b''. right nut. "How did yon let the tined "what can we Be I' legal staff of a pahfte-.ervice corpora day of Buck's returnto crossing should be in. they could laogn ,
time Sequoia
shall
them
have at 'tII when the
cat out of the bagT I to make you b.ppr'I ) tion. following writ at Colonel Penningtoni"The
I "That remarkable! girl: called me np to begin with, Mr. Pouudstons. to-morrow. Henry pro'injaed. When he could' control his emotions. ten report'C'.ulI4d the Colonel to alt scoundrels I" he murmured

and accused. you of being' a mere screen you might accept my solemn assurances The head Of Henry Poundatone. Mr ngllvy gated approvingly' upon up and take notice. It was beaded : "I'm pn to them I Cardigan U playIng -

x, for me and amazed me. so I admitted that despite the skepticism Junior, was held blgh for the Qrst time Henry Poundstone. "Mr. Poundstone.," "Report of Operative No. 41." and It the game' with them. That's why 1

It" which for some unknown reason ap since he had flung bis modest shingleto be said solemnly. "I have met some read : he bought those rails from the old ,.

Ogllvy dropped his' red head In aim pears to shroud our enterprise In the the breezes of Sequoia six months meteoric young attorneys In my day "Ogllvy' In his room until 12 o'clock Laurel Creek spur lOb, what a

ulated agony and moaned. Presently, minds of some people, we have Incorporated t before and there was an unaccustomed but you're the first genuine comet I noon. At 12:00 entered dining room blithering Idiot I have been t However

he raised' It and ssid 'Well.. It might a railroad Company! for the gleam of Importance In Ills pale have seen In the legal firmament Do leaving at 1 p. m. and proceeding direct It's not too late yet. Pound-
have been worse. Think of what mlgh' eyes a* be rushed Into his father's to office of Cardigan Redwood
purpose of building a railroad. The you mind telling me exactly: how you stone Is coming over to dinner Thursday
have happened had she called In per only thing that can possibly Interfere ofllr In the city hall. procured thl.. franchise-and why Lumber company. Ogtlvy remained In right and ni wring the swine

BOB. She would have picked your with the project will be the declina "By Jinks.. Dad. he exulted. "Tvehooked procured It without explicit: orders you Cardigan' private office half an hour dry before be leaves the house. And
pocket for the corporate seal, the com lion of the city council to grant us a a flh, at last-and he a whop from IllerHenr7 spent another half hour conversing as for thoae rail Cardigan managedto

I Wnatlon of the safe and the list of franchise to run our line through\ the per. Head this." and he thrust a yea did his best ,ta look puzzled with young lady In general office. horna"qr.le.m.s1, -*

stockholders and probably ended up bv city to tidewater And I am glad to t low ttllerrftl>b-form under the Mayor'* "Why," he said, "you left that Young lady a brunette. O. then returned (Continued Next Week) '
gagging and"binding you la' your-own have your\ assurance that the city noae. The latter adjusted hi. ela.N'grim, with me, and I tele to Hotel Sequoia where he .
BWlvel I cbslr.' council will not and read concluded that wrote several) letters in
drop a cold chisel In writing room.
I ""Don't Buck. Comfort" and abuseJa the cogs of the heels of progress." "Imperative building operations com : :yon regarded bad forgotten, It as self-explanatory to : orelse I At 3 p. m. called to telephone At 1886 1 I'
; what I need now. mention It. I I
Mr. Poundntone had given no such mence Immediately. Local skepticism 8:02 p. m. left hurriedly for Cardigan!
} knew: were busy, and
you I
SI All right What do want didn't
you aneto want
Redwood
assurance but for tome reason he did Injurious and delays dangerous. We bother Lumber company's once ':
do to save the dayfDeliver cot\ feel) equal to the tank of contra must show good faith to our New Tork to you with details, so I Just Entered private office without waiting' '
went ahead and Ailed
to me by six o'clock Thursday that order
dicting this pleasant fellow. Ogtlvy i friends J, P. M. Insists upon knowIng for to be announced. Emerged 8:12 DAVISINSURANCE
+ night a temporary franchise from you. Anything wrong shout Ih.tr ,
l continued "At the proper time w'rtall promptly' where we stand with walking' slowly and In deep
the city council granting the N. C. "Certainly not. thought
O Jfs
tool for the franchise. It ",111'' Sequoia city t'Oun'lI."iee them Irommllalnly perfectly won At 8:24: entered the telephone
the right to run a railroad from our then he time e>rful. But how did you put It bUIld.
overf"Jlenr
enough to discuss tt. IM mid _"rt..mporal'J frail Ing and placed a long-distance
4 drying yard across Water street at It,* the >> smirked "My dad's the call
meantime
thV enl Be
1 N. CL O. plane chlxe. It 1""MIble. to eniilile asked for the
a us to cross Cardigan
pan Redwood
with n seer be said
Intersection street and out ne dedicatory bluntly, "If thirty
Front atreet." ceremony at the Unit Water mriei: at B street mid build out But days Lumber company! In San Francisco.
breaking of enough time see me and HI
ground and I Front III If ", .. get "Concluded his
would ba noel.
our ,Judgment" Indicates conversation at 8:32
Certainly. By all means Essiestthing yen thirty day
greatly more.
honored And In
I dol I All right: old deart rm would consent to Mr. Mayor If you no hud! -up> on permanent franchise meantime nobody know. a thing the and proceeded to the city: ball enter. STARKE
about
turn
to do d the first shovel cniniiu-nce active ratlons Immediately this trig the mayor's office at 8:49
on my way my -dent whichmngels fill of earth and deliver the little deal I figured Colonel Pen and
do address of upon acquisition' of permanent merging at 4:10. He then
can't no more. Nevertheless welcome upon that occasion. nlngton might try to block you at that to returned .
franchise. the
for :your sins yon shnll do me a favor The mayor swelled Ilk* a Thanksglv. crossing, so 1-" Hotel Sequoia and sat In the tire rV. Taste--a* ddU Toss*
< f9te jny'.b! rt tirenks after ,fnllln* lag "IIOhC\ LEY." Buck! Q 1lvy lobby until handed a telegram at 4:40: ;
turkey
h "Tbe extended
honor his
will mume a.d"t
I ba mtna This tPlHgrsm' ss the Mayor ah......- band In whereupon. be entered the telephone Y.tol.f jiwriy by porlfyau
booth Irhlnl the blind You cn ooa t..r) tnm xaLH >
i. and talked
t* someone ,
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BRADFORD OOITNTT TJt GRA.PJI. "TIEKK FLORIDA PAGE THREE ;
FRIDAY MARCH 4. 1921.
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.. time when the beautiful 1 egrets appear Mr and Mra. A. II. Warren spent Purvis Lewis and outer Opal, were
"" =--1: on the lead and shoulders of the Saturday in Ziff section with .relativesand the week-end guests of their sister,

New of Florida in Short Paragraphs. birds. As these plumes grow only I friends Mrs. J.. O. Dennison, of Midway 1 t
LUCKY during the nesting season, the slaughter of New River made business
.... _, Wiley Kelly, spent Ellery Thomas a tripto
----"" ----J--------------l: of the mother bird means the destruction Sunday at Brooker with his mother, Brooker Saturday.R. .

IH 5 Live State News ] of a whole family. Mra. S. J. Kelly. ; P. Lewis was a business visitor

5L OPEN LETTER FROM SUIT. WIGGINS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown were to the county seat Friday,
STRIKE transacting business in Brooker Tues r
.., ----- ----------- ------- ------- Messrs. Thos. Markey and Evan

Told by Our Exchanges. day.W. hedge, of Pine Hill, attended churchat
I feel that it is the duty of the W. Brown was a business visi Rock Sunday. '
--
... tor tho seat Thursday. L. A. Fowler the Watkins of '
' -' ---- ----- ----- ----- ---- board and superintendent to explainto to county man,
Th postoffice department announced ; Lakeland seriously burned as a result cigarette) the people the cause of the schools Mr. and Mrs. A. T., Thomas spent I Starke, was in our burg Thursday i

that the offices at Indian Springs I of an explosion of kerosene in the having closed. Monday In Starke attending to business S. L. Prescott and son, Willie, madea

; and Inlet Beach have been ordered home of G. W. Douglass near Rive- First, the law requires us to makea trip to Graham Saturday '

discontinued.Two land Thursday night The dead are budget for expenditures then if Messrs. Julian Parrish and M. Craw. John Shaw, of LaCrosse, spent last
i I Mrs. G. W. Douglas, G. W. DouglassJr. we have not the money to carry this ford, of Dukes, Ellery Thomas and Sunday here with II. E. Thomas, '
andy airplanes, one of them ., her six months old son, and Dudley out, we may borrow eighty per cent
John Trlgpcn, of Ziff, John Shaw, of Miss Altha Lewis returned home
a $17,000 De Haviland hip, were 1 I Wood six year old son of D. P. of what the direct taxes will bring in,
j destroyed by fire at the flying field Wood,' of Daytona. The injured are which allows this board to borrow Alachua' county, Bcatlo Cunningham, Sunday after two weeks' visit at Mid>

near Ft. Myers Monday afternoon.The Mrs. Ida Taylor, mother of Mrs. about 32000. Of this amount we of Plant City, Purvis Lewis, Misses way, guest of her sister

total loss is estimated at $25,000. Douglass, and little Mario Douglass. found on Jan 4th only $4,730 left for Altha and Opal. Lewis, of Ziff, were Arthur Minton and Miss Amanda

r us to borrow. Now the entire $32,000 here Sunday afternoon. l Fowler were quietly married at the

Mrs. John L. Bumside, a memberof When Herman J. Jesse, arrested must be paid back before we are ableto W. R. Hodge attended church at home of Miss Fowler's parents Tuesday -

the City commission and one of the for speeding in Miami, contended his Its toasted borrow any,more. Rock Sunday and prayer meeting" at afternoon. Only a few relativesand

best known women in St. Petersburg automobile could not attain a speed The budget!: of last June, to cover Dedan. friends were! presont. Their

is heir to $2,000,000 which was left of 15 miles an hour within a distance this year's. expenditures, was more Mack Kelley of New River, was in friends wish them a long and happy .' '
to her by a relative in Philadelphiawho of two blocks, Municipal JudgeT. than $77,000, when $60,000 would cov- this section Sunday.Joe married life.
recently died. E. Price this morning adjournedcourt er the receipts of school funds from'
; jumped into the man's car : all sources. Hence we are about $17,* Warren, of Guilford, was here
-
Wauchula is to have fifteen miles established an hourly average apeed OOp short. We found J the school fund last week. itA I FORD
of new sidewalks and in addition to of thirty-five miles for two blocks, ._--- about $90,000 in debt, which, however, Mr and Mrs. Jack Goodge and son,
the paving: that will be done by the returned and assessed the offender a miles from Bartow early Monday includes the present school year debt' Eugene, spent Wednesday at Sampson -
city, many sections of sidewalks, fine of twenty-five dollars. morning. Frticr had threatened, to and will be reduced when the taxes: visiting his brother, Lonzo. Raiford, March 4.-Ruth Roberts,
where there are none nw, or where take his own life several days ago, it are paid In. 'IWI I of Worthington Springs, is the guestof

the walks are not satisfactory, will This week the Florida GrapefruitJuice ia said. Mrs. Fraser became alarmedand I We did not have a choice of several ZIFF Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Andrews.!

be put down. Company of Bradentown ship hid her husband's pistol. While i things to do. There was only one. as Mr. and Mrs. Weslelgh Norman, of '

ped a solid carload of their delicious his wife was preparing breakfast be I' no one would lend us the money, and : Ziff March .Services were heldat Jacksonville, are visiting relatives and
About 6,000 people were present in grapefruit juice to the Northern mar arose to gey a drink of water, found i it is likely that it will be July or Au- : Rock? Saturday and Sunday by Elders friends here :
Euatls on the 22nd to join in the celebration .. ket. This was shipped in bulk containers the pistol returned to bed and shot | gust before we can pay up what has. of
A Roberts
himself. The bullet entered the left J. H.. Kelly and H. J. Markey. Mr. and Mrs. H. .B. ,
of the 100th anniversary of I II
had
and will be rebottled or sold in been borrowed. Therefore, we
Florida ceding to the United States.Everybody temple, passing through his head and I large l'rowd'attended.. Worthington Springs, went guests of
,, bulk there. Grapefruit juice is fast to do this one thing-close the schools
Miss Alma Thomas of Graham Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews Sunday.Mrs .
,
had a grand time and the penetrating the bedding. I
taking a very popular position in the I What would we do If every year we
celebration\ was a big success, espy Northern markets, as the people become '. got a little deeper in debt? We would spent Sunday here guest of her W. ,W, Farnell and little son,
cially the pageant. more familiar with its delicious The dead body of Captain Jamea-, soon be bankrupt. friends Misses Lomle and Alva Thomas Wilbur, Jr.; returned to their home laNew

flavor. Pine was found beside the road near We do not anticipate this same Smyrna Saturday after visiting

Beginning with the first-:Tuesday;; ::: Montgomery's corner, seven miles out I trouble next year on our funds, but Mr. and Mrs E. J. Dowling and relatives and friends here.J. .

In March the farmers of the county An example of quick "come back" from MiamI-Wednesday morning with what will we do with the indebtedness children, of Hampton Mr. and Mrs. U. Dowling, of Lake Butler, was -l '
will be allowed to bring their goods is seen in the re-opening of Southern his skull cniihed. The murder is this year? We shall try to figure Varnon Nutall and sinter, Ida Dowl- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Andrews d

produced on the farms to Gainesvilleand I College, the main buildings of which shrouded in mystery. Tuesday nighta some way, for the children need ing, of Jacksonville, spent 'Sunday Friday, i ij1ev

sell direct to the consumers on were burned twelve days previously. strange man called on Captain Pine I. the schooling. We cannot clone the here, guests of their slater, Mrs Nita J. T, Barnes, of Starke, fill f +
Tuesday and Friday of each week. I The college is located at Sutherland, who in company with the stranger, schools until the debt Is paid, as some Dyad '
and temporary quarters have been left his home. This was the last he suggest, for that would leave blank his regular appointment at the Bap
Twenty-five cars of citrus fruits I established at Clearwater. In the was seen alive. It was evident that in this lives of our children that could Mrs Bcatle Cunningham, of Plant tilt church Sunday. i

and vegetables have been shipped : twelve days provision was made for he was attacked from behind, as he never be filled in. City, is spending a while here with I Dr. B. L. Whitten, of Ft. Pierce,

from Plant City durin -the past six: the caring of three hundred young had some deep gashes in the back of'\ We do not believe in reducing expenses I friends WM the guest of his parents, Mr. and t't
shipping days. Tkw were 16 cars people and also for the teaching staff his head, supposed to have been made at a cost to the child, but there W. H. Hodge of Pine Hill, attended Mrs W. M. Whitten Monday. I

.f oranges, six cars of grapefruit, and recitation and class rooms. with a hatchet or some blunt instru. are many expenses which this board church at Rock Sunday. I Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was ia +
three cars of cabbage.and one car of ment. No clue has been found to leadto will cut for the next few years and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children << town Tuesdsy. 't

mixed vegetables.West Love's disagreement was the cause the arrest af the assailant. earnestly aslc the people to come to of Brooker, attended church at I *
this W. II. Andrews, and Mrs. Alvarez!
along
our rescue by* aiding us Rock
-
of a tragedy, which culminated with Sunday.Miss I
Palm Beach is now gettingread1' Harold Lockwood of Miami was line. I were visitors to Starke Tuesday
the burial of Ted Kelly, of Tampa. His Ruby Dyal, of Graham, was
for the Seminole Sun Dance bound over to the criminal court on II. B. WIGGINS. Mrs. Adam Tyson and family are
| death is said to be the result of a relapse the guest of her niece, Miss Ethel :
festivities and has made full and comj from taking about thirty grains the charge of attempting to slay his Dyal, Sunday. I mgving out on the Lee Whitten farm.
with a number of three stepdaughter, ranging in age WATKRMILLWatermill Mr. and Mrs. Looney Sapp, of Brew-
j
j of bichloride of mercury in an effortto Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May, of Cyril, o
Seminole Indians from the Big Cypress end his life. Brooding over separation from 10 to 18 years. The mother was attended church at Rock Saturday and ster, are visiting relatives and friends
swamp section to attend and from his wife was given as cause in Tampa at the time of the alleged March ..Kance Thom. here. I }
give exhibitions of their dances; for Kelly's act. Mrs Kell1' was discharged attempted killing. The oldest girl as, of Midway, spent Saturday herewith Sunday,'
J. B. Dowling of Lake Butler, was f
Mr. and Mrs Wiley Thomas and q
I told the police that Lockwood had at- :
from the Plant Park infirmary his brother, O. W. Thomas.S. .
Struck by a locomotive as his auto tempted undue familiarities duringthe children, of Cooter Pond, were theguests the guo.t of Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Andrews f'.
after confined at
yesterday being V. Andreu, of Brooker, passed .
mobile was crossing the Atlantic that place for several days for treatment absence of their mother. ,That through here Sunday cnroute..to New of J. B. Thomas and family Friday. ,
Coast Line track, J. J. Crump, station following an attempt to en3 her night, she said Lockwood had extended Sunday. W. I. Roberta was a visitor to Jacksonville . '
agent and real estate man of Seffner, life by taking bichloride of mercury a gas pipe Into the bed room occupied River. Herman Moody, of LaCrosse, attended Sunday night and Monday r
here at but the older H. P. Gainey, of Smoker was here I'
was killed almost instantly last by the girls, girl ,
Saturday. church at Rock Saturday and \ Mrs. S. W. Smith and two little p '
noon Sunday. The body was shipped awakened before the fumes became Thursday afternoon. \
Sunday night to Scotland Neck, N. C., I Telling that less-than one-third. of strong. She rushed out of the room Mr. end 1"1'11. MaiVey 'and O. W. Sunday daughters, Sarah and Catherine, returned
Arriell Drawdy and Math Dukes of ] home Friday after visiting in
,
his home. the usual has so far been was seized by her stepfather but succeeded Thomas attended church ut Rock Sun. ,
acreage in reaching a telephone and ,, Five Mile attended prayer meetingat Georgia.Mrs. /
planted in Irish in Flagler day.
The $25,000 liberty bond stolen county, the Bunnell potatoes Tribune adds that gave the alarm. Lockwood made his I I G. W. listen, of Pine' Hill spent D dan Sunday afternoon I Cora Bryan and son, Wilson .1'
from the offices pf Gates & Co., stock the acreage will no doubt be some escape before the arrival of the officers Saturday afternoon here. Vlrgle Thomas spent Sunday with I of Baker county, were in town Mon- (
Jacksonville Friday night but was captured next day. Miss Ethel DyaL day.
brokers of what increased before the season for Mrs. Carrie Warren, of Ziff, spent ,
was returned to the company through: planting passes, but that the greater' the week-end with her son, A. II. War
the mails. A note accompanying the part of the lands that have been given Mr. Scharer, wno,nas :lived on Hog -
bond stated it was "too big: to handle over to potatoes In the past few Island for thirty-three years, holds a ren.
safely." Two other bonds, one for years are now being used otherwise.The homestead deed signed by Grover Miss Bertie Thomas spent MondayIn '

$500 and the other $100 were also short acreage of spuds will mean Cleveland. It is a real treat to be Starke shopping v Kill-That' Cold With
stolen bat were not returned. j[ greater acreage in other and more guilded over the trails of the island Mr. Kerce, of Clayno spent a few

staple farm crops, and a number, of by this interesting Swiss character. days of last week in our suction rnWW'.': '
Forty thousand pounds of fish were farmers and rather whist L. A. Fowler of Starke, agent for : r \L t:: ..
are turning to poultry lie is on speaking, or ...t'P : ...:... ...
chipped from Fort Pierce the first stock raising ling terms with the eagles, herons and the Watkins company, was here one -
four days of this week and the indications I other birds which neat safely under day of last week *. =\ r

are that shipments will con- Lieut. Banner, on his way here from sanctuary of this kindly man. Leading Evan hedge was a visitor to Brook +
tinue to be heavy for several days. Daytona Beach in a Curtis army us along the trail, he emitted a Saturday. CASCARA QUININE
There are acres of king mackerel off plane, attempted to make a landingtwo low whistle, bringing from its eyrie' I I er A. j
the coast and if the weather stays miles north of Lake Ivanhoe on an eagle which came soaring quite II A TONIO w AND t
pow
favorable so that the fishermen can Sturday afternoon, and his plane got near, apparently without fear. These I I .
reach the fishing grounds, good catches caught in the top of a pine tree.! Engine same eagles have been Mr. Scharer'a drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores e..... c..,.. -rOM\.Y La Gri,M

are expected. for at least several trouble caused him to make a companions since, 1887 returning each Energy and Vitality, by Purifying and
days. I forced landing and he was maneuvering year to add a new lining to the nest Enriching; the Blood. When you feel Its Neglected Colds are Dangerous r
for the landing place when his now nearly ten feet high up in a tall strengthening.Invigorating effect, see bowit ,Teke no chA_ It..,thf. standard remedy bandy for the first -...

Three persons were burned to death plane got caught in the tree. The pine, and rear their young. He Bays brings color to the cheeks and how Breaks up a cold In 24 hoar-Relieve*
and.iwo others are in a hospital at lieutenant was not hurt. that these eagles have practically exterminated :- It Improves 'the appetite you will then Grippe In 3 days-Kacallent for Headache

I the rattlesnakes which infested I appreciate Its true tonic value. Quinine In this form doee not affect he bead-Caacara U best Tome tq
I
The deed was filed in the clerk of the inland! at one time. The Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic ia simply Lacatfve No Opiate In Kill's.

the court's office in Okeechobee this I I intimate friendship existing betweenthe Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup.. So '
PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN week for twenty-eight sections of master of the island and its pleasant even children like It. The blood ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
1 1'i
land in this county which was sold feathered inhabitants was further needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to i 'C: s

CORRECTS STOMACH several weeks ago by Jacob France I( shown when in answer to a different ,.: Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and '

of Baltimore, to N. T. Burroughs, of. call the herons came flocking" toward Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invigorating -
Chicago. The land comprises 220,417 us ,from their nest in the tall trees. I Effect. 60c >

ENDS INDIGESTION acres of some of the finest pasture I This is their nesting cearon, and the .,..
land in the state and it will be turned
"Papa's Diapepsin" is the quickest, into one of the largest cattle ranches I II i I Took a Relative' Advice
'
ureat relief for Indigestion, Oaaoi, I in this section of the state as soon as Srkesvllla, r.fcl.-"I was In bad _(c.taPi wI
Flatulence, Heartburn, Sourneas Fermentation the new owners can complete the arrangements health for about ten months Buffered
or Stomach W.tr_ caused for fencing. DANDRUFF GOES I Ii everyday i
by acidity. A few tablets give almcMt I I with my I
immediate stomach relief and shortlythe s t
I left side. I
With of lad
the
arrest
a negro apparently 25YeanAgo-
stonuu>h is corrected eo you van eat then began i.
favorite food. without fear. Large caw 16, between Altamonte and i HAIR 'STOPS FALUNG taking Or.
costs only few coot at drug store. .I Maitland the mystery of how the ties I '. Pierces Favorite
Millions helped annually. which have been found twice on the i I Proscription f

Atlantic Coast Line tracks In that Immediately after using "I>Lndforill.ll"you and aadTodpr
neighborhood, has b..en cleared. Jen- can not find any dandruff or falling also the Gold- Vs.
ASPIRINName jinn, the negro arrested, is a half-wit hair, but what' pleases you most is thai I t eo McdlcalDl.oovery d
and when confronted by another ne your hair seems twice as abundant! an
gro, who had seen him place the tie thick, glomv: and Juat radiant with life and was greatly benefited. After
and bnauty. Got a, SS-ornt bottle now. six bottles I well
taking : was
Genuine on the tracks Sunday, was seized witha
"Bayer" on Rave Iota of long. teary beautiful h&ir.odaoD' .
medicines at
violent epileptic fit from which he 1 took: Dr. Pleree's
recovered only after a half hour's the advice of a relative who uses the Michelin invented its I f/ 1

treatment. The negro will be sent to 'Prescription' for herself and gives It pneumatic automobileIi IJ 1!
{
ber I think: this medicine s 9
the hospital for the !insane at Chat to daaghter. tire 2$
yeere age
l. ,1 tahoochee. Liver Tone la good for all women In a rundown I
stata"-MHS. W. BLIZZARD.

I A giant swordfish was a drawing u... beta sold by druggists fortbo ISMITH-S GARAGE 0 Oy
Instead of Calomel
attraction at the city dock for several JUt fifty years STARKE
, ... j
.
I days last week. It was caught in a
fisherman's net in Clearwater baynear ,: ,'III !lDmI""dIICOmNS KDCXAVTOMpBILE
Calomel IB quirkiulrer. It attacks
Dunedin. The body, aside from I I the bones and paralvs** the liver. Your &: CASKETSAnd
the sword was sixteen: feet In length, dealer selle each bottle of pleasant, +
the sword over six feet and the weight banalee. Dodaou'i Liver Tone" under a Full Line of W

Wanting! Unlees you See the name 1,400 pounds. It is said to have done. aa ironclad moor'-beck guarantee that Und.rte&.ra' Sappla
"Bayer": on package' or on tabfeta JOG more than $100 damage to the net it will regulate the liver' stomach and
an not Rotting naalor Aapirin prescribed I during Its struggles, finally becoming bowel bettor than calomel, without HEARSE .1
by JIb1.e! >& twentyonerear sickening or salivating J'OIA-IJ million
enmeshed that it drowned. The
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Aspirin. only aa told in the Bayer J"W*- I was taken on a truck to St. Petersburg I at the lowest prices. Special Big Keeduclion In Prices if order a fertill-
age for CoUm. Headache, Neuralgia. I for permanent preservationand Habitual constipation Card attention. to telegraph or- you your
Rheumatism, Earache Toothache, Lunv display. i In 1to 21 Day era Registered Embalmer. zer without getting: our new price lists just Issued. 1'lentyof 1' ,
twelve .y..rrTaaUetu.Handy tin boxes of LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN-!: i a speaiaby- Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides :"

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losxes In business, L. A. Fraser, I Conittipatlork It relieves! promptly but
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