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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 11, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I VOLUME FORTY-Tg 0. .. v STARKE, FLORIDA. F IDA MARCH! 11, 1921.. NUMBER THIRTY-SEVEN. n


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I HARDING TOOK OATH OF OFFICE MEETING OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BERRY MARKET UP TO- 47 CENTS WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING Jf I HARDING'S CABINET REALT1'UANSlEItS "

AT NOON FRIDAY MONDAY I : 11
-- -- Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. E. L. Summary of Appointees a* heads cor During the week Major Fred Beck, t

f(. ..Ceremonies Marked by Utter Lack In county commissioners court, Hav Been Good All Season and Steady,:, Biggs delightfully entertained the .- Department retired army officer of JefTersOuvill,
\ of Pomp and plsplay Starke, March 7, 1921.Board' For Past Few Days :|: Woman's Club Wednesday afternoonat I 1ml., bought tho A, C. Fling .utijta-
order the home of the former, on North The following secretaries of the respective low and six acre of land in the <;'
called Chairman
was to by
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I treet.x government departments southern part of town. Major Beck t
Warren G. larding assumed the Walnut |
C. A. Roberts, of Lake Butler, The strawberry yleJd) for the''Jast ,
presidency of the United State just with all members present to-wit: J. i, three shipping day has amounted< to Mrs. W. E. Middleton presided over have been appointed by President and family have already settled com t

at noon Friday and the vast executive M. Brownlee, Starke, & T. Dowllng, 62,256 quarts, which contradicts the the mottinj:, and Mrs E. T. Camp Harding: I fortably in their new home and are
... machinery of the national gov Raiford, H. Ii. Williams Lake But presumption that the season is practically bell acted as secretary protem. Tho Secretary' of State--Chailes Evans I II ctH'dially't'II'I>1nl.d as citizen of }
eminent was turned over to a Republican ; '. W. C. Hughes, of New York City, jurist, Starke.
ler, and H. P. Gainey, Brooker. over Platform prices have beautiful deed of the F. 1- was
administration for the first time ', the members. I Born Glen Falls,N. Y., age 58 years, i i This sale was handled through G. I \
Minutes of February 7th were read been remarkably high and have averaged repeated by Inman .,
M. of E. 1
in eight An entire lack of I University training.Secretary | icprcm'ntutiv the
years. between 40 and 45 cents for the The then called for ,
marked the inauguration of and approved. ; I president >c- of Treasury-Andrew i A. Slrout Taim' Agency, Other Sale
ceremony Bills ordered paid out of the several entire three- days. ports from the various committees,
the twenty-ninth. president of the William Mellon, of 1'ittslmrg. Pa., I closed by. Mr. Inman during tho week\ .
funds ai follows: The reason's yield now equal 1- and after the chairman had respondedthe '
Pa. C5 arc:
country, in fact the exercise ap I banker Born Pittsburg, Age
proached very closely the Jeft'erllonian General fund, $816.19. 157,515 quarts 102,683 quarts over interesting subject of the new' 'l'a1'l. University education. J To W. R. Cheshire, of Volusla county "
Fine and forfeiture fundv $374.28. the entire production of last season, i club ''house was dincuoBcd. Mrs N. .
the R. K.
in simplicity.The 1 of Prcvntt plnco on the
WarJohnVinaate.
new president took the oath of ,Widow's pension fund, $156.00. or nearly two and a half times the ,: 1>. Wainwrlght, chairman'' of the clubhouse Week Secretary, of West Newton, Mass, banker. Melrose road, consisting 10 acre i 1 1IInd
M. M. Hudson was dropped from committee read a lengthy report
yield of 455,604 quarts at this time '
office standing beneath a small stand Improvement.
Born Lancaster, N. 11. Age 60 1
roll he moved from of the
east pauper having last season. making explanations To F. F. Stump, of Starke from t
constructed on the steps of the : years. Graduate U. S. Naval Academy ,
front of the Capitol building. Mr. county. The prices were highest when shipments plans concerning the new club house. Mr. Sallle Tison, UO-acre tract of unimproved -. :
Harding was sworn In byChief Justice Petition presented by A. A. Futch, were heaviest yesterday a total ,| Mrs. J. II. Ritch showed blue prints. 1881 lAttorney land on the Bement road
White: of the United States Su W. B. Alexander and others asking of 23,408 quarts having been soldon ; and gave details of ,proposed bull<\\jng Gent'ral--Jl. M. Daugh- two mile east of t
that the name of Mrs. Lizzie Hall be the' platform at 'prices ranging t'plans. The club house committee was tery, of Columbus, 0., lawyer. Born town.,1,
Court, kissing the Bible on I i
preme which George Washington registered placed upon pauper roll. Upon motion from 40 to 54 cents. Bidding was atl I given a rising vote of thanks. for their Washington Courthouse, Ohio. Age!, TilE STRAWBERRY MOVEMENTThe \
referred to II. P. Gainey for in- its height in the forenoon when it excellent work. I 61 years University education. '
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hfs vow as the first president of the I I I
United States. Thousands of vestigation. went to 57 cents and gradually dropped If f The president appointed Mrs.f A. Postmaster General-Will IT. Hays strawberry shipments; continue 1
the steps and,the approaches personscrowded Petition from R. S. Crime Lacy until it reached 40 cents in the W. Anderson Mrs. W. G. Strlngfel-\ of Sullivan, Ind., lawyer Born Sullivan to increase, the daily shipment averaging !b '

to the east side of the capitol to witness Varnes and others presented asking afternoon. The averageprice for the low and Mr*. E. T. Campbell as a Ind. Age 41 years. Graduate about 160 bushels, but the i ".
the and then remained that the names of E. T. Thornton and day was about 45 cents. There were I, school committee for one month. Wabash. College. ground I Is very dry and if we have a .

until the ceremony new president had completed Gallic Thornton be placed upon the no shipments by freight. It requiredi I Mr*. J, R. Halllgan, of Whittier, Secretary of the InteriorAlbertBacon good rain goon the shipments will be
"his inaugural address. I pauper roll. Upon motion same was 293 regrlferators and three crates to California, who was at one time president Fall, of Three Rivers, New much larger.

President Wilson despite his illness I referred to S. T. Dowling for inves accommodate the day's movement by of the club, sent two dollars Mexico, U, S. Senator. Born Frankfort Up to Friday of lust week the average .

drove to the capitol,with the president I tigation. express. I towards the club house fund, which Ky., Age: 59 years.. Educated in pile per bushel was $8, On J' t

elect prior to the inauguration, but Communication received from Floyd One car, containing 6,152 quarts, was given a vote of thank Men- 'country schools tho day mentioned the price went up ,
retired to his new home in Waihlng- ;, Green, justice of ,the peace for. Dis was shipped by freight Saturday. dames J. It Smith A. S. Crews and ,Secretary of Agriculture-Henry to $9. J. E. Conway brought in six: ';fht
trict No. 6, asking that Districts No | Cantwell Wallace, of Dos !Moines, la, '
ton immediately following the exer- This was the only carlot :forwarded byI J. T Qulgley were received as new crates a few minutes before' train
5, 7 11 and 12 be attached to andI j. editor and publisher. Horn Hock Island 'l'i e:
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dies President Harding Mrs. Hard freight during the three.days. The member of the club. 1 and several buyers bid on his
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I form of Justice District No. t. 111. Age 54 Collegiate !
ing and a few close friends were the a part total of shipments Saturday amountedto Mrs. F. A.- Scott made a motion years berries. They were sold to Mr. Trubyfor
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only ones td return td White Rouse Upon motion same was refused. HI 21,536'quarts in 206 refrigerators. I'' tha( the club protest arainst the flans! education. $9,40 per crate. ,H'
for the inaugural uncheon. I P, Gainey stating that District No. Prices averaged 43 cents a quart. of shows and carnivals that have recently Secretary of Commerce Herbert The buyers so far have been only

I 6 had sent petition to the governor Good stuff started at 45 ,cents andwent ,'been coming to Starke, After Clark Hoover, of Stanford University, hom.folkl"-Mcllllrl. Truby Thomas,
The induction of Calvin Coolidge: asking for the appointment of a jus- I Cal., mining engineer. Born West \
into i to 49 'cents There has been a motion had been seconded and carried : Hull, During. Davie arid Williams. .
the vice presidency was markedby tice for that di trlct. Branch Iowa. 46 University
Age
ceremonies. This I quantity of poor stuff lately, and this Mrs. Scott read a petition to'the : years But one buyer has Justarrived from j
equally simple |
The following! named widows having and city council asking that training: Plant City Jack Jennings representing \
brought 83 cents and up.Friday' .' mayor
occurred in the senate chamber of the !
made application to the school Secretary of Labor James John
17,312 they would not permit carnivals and J. H. Wetahaar & Co., of Chicago,
capitol just before noon Friday in the i board for pension: Mrs. Senie Pre shipments totaled shows that are a nuisance and a men-1 i i I Davis, of Pittsburgh, Pa., labor lead- and more outside buyers are due to
presence of President Wilson, Presi I vatt, Lawtey, 2 children;. Mrs. Laura quarts, including 96 quarts which were ': ice to the people to be brought to 1 i er. Born Tredegar, Wales Age 47 arrive at any time. The competitionwill
dentelect Harding members of the Mrs. hipped Thursday and were not included I,1'
Williams children 1 1I 'Yt'a".
I Lawtey ; Starke. Petition wa signed by the tend to raise the prices of the
Wilson cabinet, the diplomatic corps 3 children in the'report of the last issue r
Pearle Pearce Jones Lawtey, "*"
| president and secretary of the club. berries.
and high officials of the army, navy I ; Mrs Isabelle Lang, Lawtey, 2 of this paper. There were '217 refrigerators -*t After the business cession the following TilE SHOW "FOR MEN ONLY"A J 'J
and marine corps. Vice President children. handled by the express '

Marshall administered the oath of of- J I The school board having approved\> company on that day. Prices were dered:, beautiful ,program was ren very grn4e danger menace the RAIPOR1)Ralfoid (
fice then delivered his farewell address lower on Friday than on any other .1.,
Moral
and recommended of the '
the applications country nt large by the
since Reading, Our Baby-Lucille Mitch- I Iell March 11+-!Mrs. William t;'
and closed the Sixty-sixth con each widow be allowed day Thursday having steadily'risen Invasion of the how "For "
that $5 per j !MenOnly, Jacobs, of Topeka, Kan., i Is the guest it
gress. month for the school term. The board from an average of 41 cents a feature of J
j nearly l\tJry agricultural of her Son, Goo O. Jacobs.
Voice The entird"1e"ffate'\' then ad- Friday to that of 45 cents yesterday.
party of county commissioners hereby orders the .arMllIs fair and street carnival. One such Helen and Jack Nauright visitor
Nolle Roberts were
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journed to the capitol steps for the Inauguration that warrants be drawn forsame Bidding started at 42 cents on. good show recently investigated: at a county to Jacksonville \
I com pan led by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Wednesday
of Mr. Harding. All remained 1 of for berries Friday and went. as high as I fair be
appropriated vile
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lout any money Re.alnafrom Kipling "If" Mrs. proved to so that a Mr McLain and Daughter, Gladys
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1-2 cents. Plant Courier f
standing during the service City ,
this purpose. plain statement of what took plate of Sumner; of Mr and
L. G. Powell 1 are guests Mrs.A. .
and the speech that followed no seats Application of Dr W. E. Middleton Tuesday. x I Orchestra selection-Misses Doris with men and boys present would bo T. Mlw.1l. j ,
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having been provided, in accordance I presented asking to. be appointed as 'SCHOOL BOARD MEETING Law and Ina Alderman,violin, Mill too obscene!! to bo sent lawfully thru Mamie Denmark I la visiting!: rvlai 1
with Mr. wish for simplic ,
Harding's county physician. Same was considered Mona Alderman piano. > the United States mall*. This show lives and friend in Starke. .
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ity. There being no inaugural paradethe and decided to leave! the appoint Board met in regular session with The hostesses, Mrs. Knight and was of such a nature as to pollutethe Willie Dowling, Carl Ritch, Carlo 1

ceremonies ended with PresidentHarding's II ment off. all members present, viz, L. W. Kick- Mrs. Biggs, were assisted In serving, minds, degrade the moral and endanger I Johns, Avery Tison Harley Moore !
address,Although the Marine E. S. Van Buren asked that his assessment liter, A. A. Hazcn, J. 0 ..Dennison by Mr. E. Markley John, Mis Nelle the health of those taking were visitor to Starke Sunday. 1
band gave a concert later on the on 240 acres of land be re- Minutes of last meeting read and Roberts and little Lucile Mitchell. The' part] in the orgies, communicating Mifso Ada Register and Georgia f

Capitol. steps. duced. Same refused.Communication approved. delirious refreshments were ice tea disease to innocent wives and helpless Epperson, of Lake Butler, were, In
The Inaugural was the simplest!! the I I received from boardof Inasmuch as all schools are now I with mint chicken sandwiches, raisin children:' It was stated by two of the town Saturday.
present generation at Washington girl that they were railed in a church Bernard Jacob of 1 II the
county commissioners of Manatee out thisboard will not consider sandwiches and. pickle While re I Tampa,
can remember. 'Instead of the usual 1 I county asking this board to adopt widows' ,pension claims until the next any freshmenta were being served Paul One laid she "hadn't any folk;" the guest of his parent, Mr, and Mr*. 'I'
expense running between $100,000 to other stated that her people did not Geo. O. Jacob .
some plan for equalizing taxes for scholastic which begins July 1st. Knight, the hdndsom little son of j
$300,000, Friday's ceremony cost lees the county by putting everything at As the school year funds are now over- i Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, was requested know where she wa*. She may have Rev Major, of Lake Butler, filled .

than $5,000, as not all of this appro- actual cash value. Same was considered drawn about $1500 and the taxes are to give a piano selection. been one of the' 70,000 innocent girls his regular appointment at the Methodist ;;,.
priation was used. who, Ignorant of the white slavery Into church ,
but no action taken. not being paid, we are unable to pay Miss Mona Alderman and Paul Knight Sunday. j.
There being no further business the the teachers from the general funds also gave a1 a duet !"Laughing Wa-- ,| which they are going, disappear Mrs. W.,, W Rife entertained a number Al\

BAPTIST board adjourned to meet first Mondayin this month, but the board directs the ters." annually, many of them the daughtersof of her friend Thursday> at A )
-- April superintendent and chairman to The club colors of white and green good mother, lured away from the quilting bee and birthday dinner In
Sunday school, 10 a. m., J. T. Qulg- 1921.G.. W. ALDERMAN, before the next meeting, provided pay the were lavlllhly's d I Inthe' lovely decoration homes they feel to be too exacting. honor of her and her husband' birthday )1"t

ley, superintendent. Clerk and Auditor. tax collector get in sufficient funds I ., white roses and white lilies I Who support these show ? Curious, *. Mrs. Rlre'. birthday being on
Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p). m., thoughtless men and boys, who too '
to do co. I with vines being used in the reception -i :Wednesday and Mr. Rice Friday, the 'j .
:Rev J. W. Mitchell, editor Florida CROSBY LAKE ; frequently cannot stand the taunt of
By order of the board J. O. Dennison room and parlor, while In the bee wa given on Thursday. Mr*. Rice
Baptist Witness.B. II.directed to sell all the No. 2 dining room orange blossom and the "barker" that they are ."mollycod was fifty-three year of ag and Mr. i ,
Y. P. U., 6:30: p.'tn. Junior and Crosby Lake, March .11,-A very shingle' at Lake Butler and to let pansies lent their delightful frag- die," afraid to "come In like red Rice sixty-three. Misses Sadie Sim

senior." pretty home wedding was solemnzed Providence school have rance. blooded men to a show where old men mon and Dora Johnson ,assisted the 1"

Midweek engagements open Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, M. J. quantity to cover their building a sufficient of theN The meeting! adjourned to meet In of sixty wtll feel l like boys of sixteen hostel in serving a sumptuous chicken r

7:30 p. m. choir practice, McRae, Monday afternoon, March 7th 1's, provided they haul them April with Mr. S. L. Peek and Mrs.F !1" Men from good homes and and salad dinner. Mr and Mr*. t {
8:30 p. m.Orchestra. i when their charming daughter Miss once. awayat A. Scott as hostesses.WH I bad home*, Christian home and non- Rice received several nice gifts. At "

practice Thursday 4:80p. : Eva Ruth, was given in marriage to IHMMM IIIB>BBBM WM _H M__ .M I I Christian' home, support these ..hows.A late hour the guests departed, voting
m. Mr. A. B. Ellis, the ceremony being)I' The resignation of Cot C. L. Peek .HON. BAM SMALL TO BE HERE study of the situation show that Mrs. Rice a moat gracious hostess j +

Quarterly business meeting Wed- performed by Rev. T. J. Barnes. The as trustee of Starke school was accepted FRIDAY this vulgar, cheap show Is a "big. and ,wishing both many more happy ,
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nesday, March 30th, 7:30 p. m. Let happy couple left soon afterward for I and by request Col. J. E. Futch ,I I money getter" Who profits by these birthdays. Mrs. Rice entertained the 1

all treasurers take notice. their home at Ft. Meade. Friends extend was appointed to fill the unexpired Hon. Sam Small the famous ora "wage of sin?" younger folks In the evening at a party

As the term of the present pasto- congratulations and good wishes term. tor and evangelist of Georgia, will be I First The Fair AnNnrlatlon, whichI from seven to ten o'clock
rate expires with March 31, a special to this popular couple. The board made a deed to the town : the speaker at a patriotic rally in the I receives from two five dollar a front JII,

conference is in order for the election Walter Underhill, of Frostproof, of Starke for a street to run across Methodist church Friday evening, 8 I foot for the concession and from fortyto E. D. Card, who bought the prop-

of a pastor Sunday, April 3rd. This and A. B. Ellis and brother, Hevman, the lot of the Bradford High School. o'clock March.llth.. 'I fifty per cent of the receipts. erty of the J. C. Richard heir In "
will be held at the 11 o'clock service of Ft. Meade, spent the week-end in Sub district elections were called The subject of Dr. Small' address Second: The manager! o the show Starke some time ago, is wtlll pleased ::1 i

BLANCHARD. D. LAW, our section For Theressa, Hampton, Brooks, Pine will be "Th. Salvation of Uncle Sam" I who makes money In proportion to with Stark and his purchase and Intend i ,,. "

Pastor. J. L. Underhill is on the sick list Grove, Rising, Boatdrain Bradford, I and a very timely and Interesting discussion the number of dupes that his "bar to remain lie will cultivate \ .
this week. Guilford and Ziff. I* anticipated. ke can inveigle in, and they are all the broken land this year- lie hal

.PRESBYTERIANf Baptism at Crosby lake Sunday was The following< resolution was adopted many. big stack of lumber piled for. .aaon- I

x I, well attended. by the board: RANDOLPH SERVICE Third: The misguided victim of Ing, and we hope to loon b* able to
Sabbath:! school at 10 a. m. H. L. Edwards moved to Fairbanks. Whereas, the school board of Bradford ---'-- our social order, the girl, who, if we record the building activities Mr.

Sermon at"11 a. m., subject, "Self last week. county I II now in debt and on 11 a. m., Sunday, Predestination an are correctly Informed, receive twen Card hal under contemplation.and .

Examination.; Mrs Klzzle Benton is visiting at July 1st will be in debt about $70,- unleriptural,4Ioctrine. ty-five dollars per week, If that much
Sermon at 7:30 p. m., subject "The Jas. Benton in the'Boatdratn section. 000, and, i You are cordially Invited to be pres 1 i b left, when dress (costume), room others who are not alert to the

One Approach. The farmers are busy planting. their Whereas, There Is not sufficient ent. and board are paid. necessity for a concerted movementto
Prayer meeting. Wednesday even- crops and are hoping for a good rain. funds paid to liquidate this debt with -' R. D. BOWER. Who I III responsible for the existence rid the community of the demoralizing

Jnc. out crippling the schools for a num- of these shows "For ,Men Only?" influence of such show
Come and ,worship with us. Help NOTICE ber of years therefore DOBSON First: The agricultural fair association Sixth: : The lawyer who refuse to
In* sing out of our n,w hymn books! subsidized by the state on offender obedience
Be, it resolved by this board con prosecute or to secure
Wewantu. The residents of Starke are re- mating of L. W. Kickllter. A. A. Ha. Dobson, March 11.A peanut hulling condition that It will keep out gambling to law when complaint has been ."
DAVID LANDER, V. D. M. quested to remove all\ rubbish And zen, J. O. Dennison, all of whom are wa given at the home of Mr. and and immoral shows, a proviso made. To quote Vice President Cool- I

I clear up in general-during. the week present, that we do earnestly solicit Mr*. M. R. Hunt Saturday night. seldom observed, and the street carnival Idgei!: "The observance of the law Is
METHODIST of March 20th to 27th. Let's make Rev. Grime of Baker county, filled who these
the support of our representation at promoter, arrange the greatest solvent of public 111*. No
our town as clean or cleaner than Tallahassee upon any bill)) local or his appointment at Mann Sunday. chow. I law can be properly enforced without
Sunday school 10 a. m. any in the state.Thanking general, that may provide ways and Those attending from here were, W. Second The people who patronize the co-operation of law-abiding cltl- .
Preaching, 11 a. m. by ,pastor. for beat M .D. and Johnnie Hurst Miss Losale
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you your very means to relieve us of this indebtedness them. rens, so it i II the responsibility of
Preaching 7:30: p. m. by J. B. Roonley. effort. at a leas rate of interest than Hurst, Colson and Broward Hurst, Third: The general public, which ciety in general to keep out

presiding elder of Jacksonville L. A. DAVIS, JR., we are paying at the present time. Agnes/ Johnson, Joe Andrews, George! know Jh* evil, but i. too Indifferentto thing whrrh menace the health 110'I I

] district. 8-H-2t Mayor of SUrke. L. W. KICKLITER, Mann, of New York. I' protest against it. moral of the community.The .

Epjvorth League! 6:45: p. m. NOTICE H. B. WIGGINS Chairman Raiford Brannen, of Palestine wa Fourth; The officer! who do not question is, how long are our '

Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 730; Secretary.. the guest of Tils sister, Mr. Judson enforce the law where one exist! people going to permit our young men 4 1-
5,"p. m. Those Interested in Elzey Chapel Hurst, Saturday night.! I Fifth: The minister, educators, to be robbed of their health moral ,:
J. C. DIGG3, cemetery are requested! to meet thereon cleaning up. Bring dinner and workIng Johnnie Hurst was a visitor to Baker member of the W. C. T. U., the Y. M. and money by the how "For Men 'I j

Pastor, Thursday March 31st for a day's tool, O. P. HALE county Sunday, afternoon. C. A, the Y. W. C. A., civic club OnlyT" -Special Correspondence. t "

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY MARCH 11:. 1921. -

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r;"fy 1P Thursday night at')cboo oule. All ',"

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themeSunday to
Bev. Black will use for his r certainly want ,
morning, "Pilate Dilemma. J/.'. You money, and you
I Your Blood
( i County would like to have better baking '.
Itemsfact
News
: : WOODLAWN Then use Calumet It's the
thing can do to Improve
,, Needs A TonicWINTER biggest you -
1 1t ==-== i the quality of your baking
<4 the j Woodlawn, March 11,-Mr*. W. N.. y -and lower baking coats .
Jf i f.:: inter..ttn/' Gathered During; Week br Our Jacksonville Sunday .. fa made in the largest
WEAKENS BLOOD. AND Stanton, of spent ,. Calumet '.
J If." '1. 'Regular Correspondent. \ j MAKES FACES I'ALE. TAKEGUDE'S here, guest of her mother, Mrs. .i most eanitary Baking Powder I-
"' t'litJ '- __________- I E. J. Hill Factories la the World. No Baking
-,. ....., PEPTO-MAN- I Powder i* made under better
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'GAN Mrs Walter Valencia, of Jacksonville condition*-none can be better "
t I GRAHAM I and Mr. A. L. Green. I was the guest of her parents, '. quality.It .
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Mr. Duke of Lake Butler spent Thurs contains only such inglT&dientt f)oo
THE BEST KNOWN BLOOD TONIC I, Mr and Mrs. B. Browning,
,, Graham, March 11=-Will Jones was Wednesday here transacting businessand day. a* have been olficially ... '.
a business visitor( to '''Sampson Mon. also visited Brooker. I DROWSY SI'Iii' FEVER 'FEEL.i i I i J. S. Norman was a business visitorto domed Authorities.by the An U.absolute S. Pure cuaran-Food 1 1I

day; Will Andrea, of New River, passed ING. THAT COMES FROM Starke Saturday. teethat it I* pure. ,',
o,; Alfred.McKinney was visitor: to through here Friday enroute to I 1 SLUGGISH BLOOD WILL James Wainwright, of the Water- .
...-r4mt""Wr*"I'trtftotwI"1 ?*"-'''''- Brooker. I I ,SOON., LEAVE YOU oak section, was a business visitor I

3'' 1 ,' Mrs. E. J. Mimhee and lion, Iv, B., T. C. Ilazen, of Brooker, was a'vis', here Monday( C

't' r' were visitors to Sampson TpeMlay. Itor to our section Saturday. 1 I I,I As all growing; things on earth Mrs. Maggie: BroWnlng, and brother c
I ;
St R. S. Wand and wife ,were busir G. W. and E. M. Ilazen, of Pine shoot into new life in Springtime, so Walter lkerson, -were visitors to I

hens visitors Brooker, Thursday ir' !i iMessrs. Hill, were here Saturday afternoon.Mr. do the billion of cello that make up Starke Saturday. II I '

O. W. I>yal and Joe' fur i, and Mrs Bryan and eon, of each part of -the body renew their Messrs. A. :A.' Stokes and .Alex Otto '

F cell were business visitors to Hampton '' ,New River were visitors. here Satur- '| vigor.} of Jacksonville! Were visitors here J

I Thursday. J day.l |I| As you open the windows, breathe Sunday ...

Charley ,Smlth: visited, Sampson. on L W. Pinholsler, of Brooker, spent the Spring air, and let In the sunshine I M. D. (Carter;: and family attended'the

I. ' Friday.. Sunday afternoon here; |I' the red corpuscles in your show at Starke Friday night. CALUMETBAKING
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(Sheriff Epperson and Deputy .1) Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guodge and son, blood should carry more oxygen to : W. II. Norman, of Jacksonville, -.r"1DI"'

den of Starke, were business visitors I Eugene, spent the week-end at Graham -' the tiny cells I'I'I I spent Thursday herewith: his parents POWDER \

;I,' hrre Friday. '. j Visiting her brother, Dod: Brown I I The red corpuscles are tiny, discI ', Mr. and Mrs. J. M..Norman.

Jake Roberts, of Kingcland, Ga., who has been very alck. I,', shaped particles, swimming in enormous Mrs. D. L. Phillips was shopping in

pent Friday night at ,the home of his''' Mr. and Mrs. Will Warren, of Ziff, numbers in the blood. They carry Lawtey Monday afternoon. It received highest Awards,
l r parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, B. Roberts.Messrs. were Business visitors here last"week. oxygen to cell in all parts of tJi"ebody World'Pure Food Exposition,, Chicago ',

tI' Joe' Durchell and O. W. Mr, and Mrs. A. II. Warren and O. ', and they carry away worn out HIGHLAND Part Exposition, Parts. /
of ita
Dyal were visitors to Starke Friday. ( W. 'rhomaa'attended cervices at Do- waste matter. Sometimes, especially lor France merit.-positive proof taper- _

, ? R. S. Wasdln and wife were visitors dan Saturday. ',I I j i in the Spring, after the winter indoors Highland March 11.-Mrs. A B. It is used by more housewives -:-

. to Waldo Friday. I Pave Greene and Evan Hodge at- 'I' and more or less sickness;'the Carruthers, of Jacksonville, arrived \ and domestic dentist than .
Alvin McKinney, of Louise, was'a tended the party g ven at the home red corpuscle themselves need re- Tuesday to visit! her sister, Mrs. J. T. ( any other brand. e.lere 1t.rlr.p..tr I
visitor to our burg Sunday afternoon. of Mr. and Mrs. Bud; Parker' Saturday building. Gude'" Pepto-Mangan contain Marr, for a couple of weeks. \ Itlsso1datamoderateprlce. :.:.

i ;r Mr,and Mrs. Rufus Johnson were night, given in honor of their Just the Ingredients to give l I I I Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss WiijI !!- \ All you have to do I I. to compare KSS5cup butter 1W cbp*>
s ''business visitors to the county Beat daughter, Linnie. I|I them greater power to absorb oxygen I I ifred Wimberly were visitor to Jacksonville cost: to determine how much you 8rl'nulat. .i esSuggar. '
Saturday. < I IChesley I Cheater Andreu and Macksie Kelley and to'' distribute .it throughout the Wednesday. can cave by buying Calumet.yotbof cup cold'w.t.r.

Fogg wa in Waldo Friday t ] : of New River" passed through body. I I I Henry J. Taylor visited his brother,* Gluten Is he! _muscle building_ part twp.m White of or.ae Seen. Iatnct.

i, on busincB I I I here Sunday. I I I That is why it is such a good spring Martin, at New River Wednesday of flourwhich is of greatimportance. flee.....
m 'Will Jones was a 'visitor to Sampson Mr and Mrs. II': Stokes and baby, tonlr.It helps so much to bring back I Miss Lillian Mackery, of Lawtey, To be sure you get it in your hakdwseatt
Sunday. I lof Willeford are here on a visit with i I, ings use flour aTiJgood baittag
color to cheeks made pale and wan by was the guest: of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly I
i Reed Pon- spent the week-end in Mrs E. Lewis." the necessary indoor winter life. It i I;I and family several day last week. powder, (not self-riung flour

\VnVlo wish relatives.. I We are glad to report that'O. W. 'adds to the number of red corpuscles. G. W. Parker, of Gainesville, spent 1 -

"' Miss GraceY Fogg, of Lake Butler, I Thomas is improving. With fine Spring days and Gude's Sunday here with his family.

tP e: Spent the week-end with her brother, Ray Andrews, Mrs: Viola Thomas Pepto-Mangan you gain in vigor and C. B. Carruthers, of Jacksonville::: - -

Chesley Fogg.! I': and children, W. R. Hodge, Mimes attain good health.: pent the week-end here with Mrs.J. iness visitor here Friday. W. C, Townsend is convalescent at

t p+, Lacy-Tvivati,of Ziff, wa shopping: Rhoda and Reba' Brown, Messrs. Dave Don't go around drowsy this\ uprlng. T. Marr. I'I Rev. Mullady preached two excellent this, writing, to the delight of ,his
l here Saturday* Green, Even, Hodge Mr. and Mr. L. Will. Edwards of friend I
Take. that good tonic, Gude's,, Pepto- Lawtey, was a sermon at the Christian church many
; ', Willie Maines and Gid Sparkman, W, Sowell, of Alachua, were among Mangan. You can get'It in tablet business visitor Monday. I( Sunday morning and evening. I| Mrs. E. R. Poppell and children, of
l of Mounteocha, visitors here those attending services at iDedani Starke : : and Mrs. H.Tomlinson. .
.. were on, form or In liquid form at your dug'gIBt' Roy Lord and Andrew Hill: of Jack' Frank Adams was transacting bus.mess are visiting-Mr
r Saturday i Sunday. sonville, were guests of George Par .
I .. Both forms have the in Starke Monday and Tuesday
: I Miss Viola Starling, of Sampson,'I Misses Bertie and Muriel Thomas same of M.di80n.ia vies
medicinal value. Insist keif several day last week.J I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ilinson and i Hardy Dowling,
upon genuine -
''I I pent tho "weekend with Mlss< Edyth 'were shopping. in Brooker Saturday. Gude's Pepto-Mangan.-Adv. A. Starling made a business tripto daughter, Miss Marie, and L. R. iting relatives in town this week.
I Brown. I I I Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Markey left Green Cove last week. I Kalch attended the' lecture of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse son, of New
J Mr. and Mrs. D. W.; Kelly and Eunice Sunday for Macclenny, being called River, were trading in Lake Butler
were visitors to Maud Ballmgton Booth at Hope Hall
Kingsley Sunday.
I ." were visitors to Sampson Sun-1 I I there by the *6rious .IllneR* of their FIVE MILE Saturday. '
Mr. and John Parmenter Monday evening. Interesting remarks
'' I Mrs. of .
P; day. vMeeni'1 I'I'I 'I son. Jacksonville were guests of relatives --.-- were also made by Major L. A. Odomof Mrs. Emma Dee Randall, from the
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I Math and Leroy Wasdin Miss Alva Thomas spent !Sunday" here Sunday. Five Mile, March 11.'-A son was Jacksonville, and Rev. Armstrong, Alkahest Lyceum of Atlanta, Ga., delightfully
;, ;. i; and Marvin Ogden, Misses Equillat at Macclenny visiting. i born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W: .'Gainey of Lake Butler.. entertained an attentive
Dixon Mattie and Minnie Ogden, Lois' Misses Cantey Oliver, Virginia Col- W. E.'Torode was transacting business March 1st. '. arid appreciative audience Monday

I I ", Moody and Frances'Murrhee attended son and Gracey Green, of Pine Hill in Jacksonville Tuesday.. J. M. Roberts and Miss Hattie Dukeare evening, under the auspices of the
*' the social Friday night at the home were guests of Misses Creasy and Mrs. J. D. Randall, of Orlando, wan on the sick list this week. I Influence on Character.In Woman's Club. '

1 of Mr. and Mrs. Earney Dowling, given ,Melba Hodge Sunday., I i I in Lawtey several days of last week. Elder M. 0: Touchstone, of Quit- the molding: of diameter nothing Mr, and Mrs. Dock Robert and

I'" 'r in honor of hi. sisters, Mrs. Vernon |I Rev. Crosby, of Starke spent Sat Mr. and Mrs. Green Teston and children man Ga., filled his regular appoint- mutters the heart so of much all education im' Inl1ut'n
Nutall and Miss Ida urday night the home of Mr and of Jacksonville, visited relatives ment Bethany church
fowling, at at Saturday and secret of home .and of <'liool. More program rendered at the schoolhouse
: ", 'who left Saturday for Provo, Utah. Mrs. W. R. Hodges. here Sundayf., Sunday. than, nny wit or p-nlus In' the value Monday evening.
:,' t a. "' Their many friend. wish them success A. II. Warren was a visitor to Mac- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and little J. M. Mott, Mrs. L. A. Duncan, Mr. there of NlmpUCOOCIHPHH' "moral Mrs. Garland Powell, of JacksonI

in their new home. j clenny Sunday. i' son, J. B. Jr., of Jacksonville were and Mrs. J. D. Godwin attended services -I thought ruinous." Simoimcl. n life with ville, la the guest of her parent, Mr.

.i r v Messrs. K. B. Murrheo and Clarence Cheater Andreu, of New River, was guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and at Bethany Sunday. :' Its rays end .ilonimnt K..o
tt Padgrtt were visitors to Sampeon here Saturday afternoon. I I Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. Mrs M. Touchstone is visiting ref full to come t.,. births Rev. S. S. Praetor and W. C. Armstrong

, Sunday. || W, Tyler was a visitor to Worth ,' J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was ati'vcs In Alachua. : attended tie), lecture given by

I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal) and Ington Sunday morning. |I transacting business in and near our Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Drawdy have Thrift Thought. Mrs. Booth at the' State Farm Mon

''I, r daughter, Ruby LeRoy Wasdin, and Mr*. Viola Thomas attended church town Wednesday. returned from Kathleen. Get the thrift hnblt-the brond thrift day evening ,

s 'I i+' a- Dewey Murrhee visited Ziff ,Sunday. .' at Dedan Saturday. |I Mrs. David Durban spent several Shop Dukes visited his mother and habit now; practice. It thoughtfully; I:, Messrs. J. B. Maine and Noble '
*
I Mr, and Mr. J. B. Burnslde, of W. R .Hodge and&on, Evan, werevisitors : days last week with relatives in Jacksonville sister here Saturday. I waste not the little things; find the joy Armstrong of Gainesville, spent the '
, West Palm Beach are visiting her to the county neat last week. [ and Green Cove Springs. Math Dukes made a business trip to that a growing hunk account bring; week end with their parents.
t' ulster, Mrs. E. J. Murrhee. I I Mr. and Mrs T. C. Carter, of Johns- ![ T. J. Roberts, lion and daughter apd Alachua Thursday. Invent your savings'" safely and profitably I The school i'

W. T. Wasdin, of Waldo, was a visitor town, spent a few.day* of last week : Joe Wainwright left last week by auto Mrs. Clara Walker and G. Dupree ; remember tomorrow but forget ing term afld opened the Monday ot on a par _>
not today spend fur the things that lumber, pupils ,'fi
i' ', 't i for a trip down the state, their objective ; '
to town Friday. visiting friends and relatives here visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. .
j
will
1 last and find the secret of the broader attending warrant the 2 months
I Marvin Ogden and Math Wasdin'' N. D. Johns, of New River, wa a points being Vero and Miami. and Mrs. H. S. Long motoredto thrift that makes for better living. It I extension 'planned, the funds being 'J3.
! were visitors' to Brooker Sunday. j business visitor to our section last,: Mrs. M. L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville Lake Butler Monday. 1s. the only thrift worth while. furnished by patrons. '
Bob Surrency was a visitor to Wal.F week. visited relatives in and near Mis Norma Dekle spent the week j i Levy Fralick of 'I\
1 providence, motored
do Sunday. Lawtey Friday and Saturday. end here with her parent. LAKE BUTLER '
to Lake
l I h ;' Messrs. Rufus Johnson and James I LAWTEY 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish visited Nelson Dekle and Martin Loadholtzwere I f Nelson Dowling Butler, of Monday.Alachua, was a ;'

Ifurnslde were visitors to Ziff Sunday. I -' relatives in Wateroak section Wed guests -of relatives here Satur- Lake Butler, March 11. -W. M. Ov s, visitor to Lake JJutier last week. $

Mr. and Mr*. T. D. Dyal; of Ziff, I Lawtey, March 11.-A ten pound;( nesday. '. erstreet, of Palatka, waif the guest of G. W. Alderman of Starke 1/
f ', were visitor her Monday. i j I daughter was born to Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rivers, of Green day.Dan Mann has returned from South J. H. Scarborough Sunday I ed to Lake Butler last, motor"J"J I
week.1
I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nutall and Shelly Rosier on Feb. 28th. 'j 1 I Cove Springs, were visiting relatives Florida and called on Mr. and Mrs.G. ,. Miss Mae Dukes is pleasantly located ,Wilshire Brooks j\
of Providence motored
,
Miss Ida Dowling Pompano, were I I I Mrs. J. O. Reynolds, of Kissimmee, here recently. W. Johnson Sunday. at the home of her uncle, Warren to Lake Butler '
s visiting: relative' here first of tIll is spending some tine at the home of'' Julius Eunice, of Sanford spent Uncle Jimmy Thompson, of Little Dowling. Monday. I
week. I 1'her daughter, Mr. Shelly Rosier. Sunday'at his home in Lawtey. Springs was a business visitor here I Olen Hale, of Worthington, was a
Clarice i Is
Long staying at the homeof visitor
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to town
' R. N. Dowling, of Pompano, spent : Mine Mackery was a visitor to Lane McLeod and sister, ,Miss Lena, Saturday. Saturday. ,
her aunt *. J. M. Mann.
,.Mr Uncle
1 I Billy Roberts, of Five Mile,
Thursday at the home of I. L. Ogden. Highland Wednesday. of Steckert, were visiting relatives D. J. O. Green and family visited Mr. Turner of New In
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River was was transacting business in town on
,i Mrs Charley Smith who has been !i,I S. W. Leach, of Jacksonville!, was a in Lawtcg Sunday, relative here Sunday. town on business Saturday I

K Visiting relative and friend in visitor to Lawtey Sunday. I I Alex ptt, of Jacksonville, was a Mrs. George Williams, who has been J. D. Alderman of Jacksonville Monday.
Ceor-I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode and visitor to Lawtey Sunday. was Dick Davis, of Five Mile, was in
a; ,, pla, returned her home I quite ill for the past two weeks, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs W. C. Townsend town
Saturday looking after business.
children Mrs. W. II. Miner Miss Nellie A house near the Methodist church
Frank Stoke, of Gainesville, wa very much improved at this writing. Thursday.
/ '. f here Sunday. Roberta and Miss Delia Blanchard south was destroyed by fire last week I Ned Blelling, of Providence, was in
Olen Hale, of Worthington, was a town one day last week looking after
The of the fire Is
origin unknown.
''' HAMPTON
hemp Padgett of Brooker in
; was 1
,, visitor here l last week. -
.'' town Sunday. I To Cure a Cold la Ono Day The stereopticon lecture and enter I| business
Ii "I;;, R. S. Wasdin and Frank Stokes motored Take. oiMlhe(4iutth LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE and work(T.bl.off.J th It. tainment given by W. G. Pavitt under Hampton, March 11.-R. M. King( T. A. Carter and Warren C. Coffin, !' Walter Sapp, of Sapp, attended the

I ( \ w to Sampson Sunday'afternoon.. .: W.(. .ndJi..d.'he: o.t....00.acb 00'11 sea the auspice of Columbian Woodmen, I of Theresa, was a visitor to Hampton of Johrfccown, were visitors to Lake Masonic meeting held here Thursday
,''I' was no doubt one of the best enter Tuesday Butler Sunday evening. I evening ,
'. WATERMILL! tainments v ever given in Lawtey. The J. F. Houser was a business visitorto Rev. S. S., Proctor spent Sunday at The Mason of take Butler, together -

' Million Packets Of lecture was very .instructive and the Starke Tuesday the State Farm I with visiting brethren, enjoyed a

1 IP/. .'" WMermUi March 11.-Lester Pin entertainment was a laugh from Blanton Owsley, of Theressa was Miss Lucile Vames spent the week delightful supper at a meeting of the

II'rl 7 ;,' holster, of Pine Hill, was here Tues Flower Seeds FreeWe start to finish. a business visitor here Saturday Aid' at Johnstown, guest of her moth- Lake Butler lodge last Thursday

\\1 3 !fate day.A believe In flower around the If you attend Grace Methodistchurch Rev. N. T. King, who has been visiting er. Mrs. C. L. Vames. evening.

I'' If:" H. Warren was a business visitor homo of the South. Flower.brighten you will hear a sermon based friends and relatives in Tampa Miss Norma Dekle spent the week I Mollie Bielling and sisters, Lota
{ ,; to Brooker Wednesday UP the home enrioundtnc and sire upon the word of God and.not upon has recently returned to his home end at her home at Five Mile. and Alberta, spent the week-end with'

. t 6. \. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas were pleasure and satisfaction to those wbo worldy things. The pastor preachesthe her Marc a Dekle, of Five Mile, wa their parents at Providence.
JA ,' I., business visitors to Brooker Monday. pave them. love of God. Mrs. W. B. Roper returned home visiting/ friends and relatives In Lake'' W. M. ohnston motored to Starke
We have filled than million
ii ;: Mr. and Mrs. J .H: Brown were packet of seeds,more of beautiful a yet The Woman' Club held their monthly Monday, after spending. several weeks Butler during the week-end. *! Monday.

i I: . hopping in Brooker Tuesday morn "*Uy grown flower to be given to meeting last Friday afternoon and at Cocoa. Pro and Mrs. Seeber King visited I Mrs: ,Ingram spent Saturday in
r. ing. our customers this print for the mot of the members were present. Messrs. Youngblood and William in. Johnstown Friday. Gainesville.

f W. H. Warren,'of ZIT, spent Mon. beautifying of tbelr homes.Wouldat The young people's meeting !at the Jones, of Theressa, were in town last Mr. and Mrs. John Mann spent Mrs. II. F. Priester motored to Mil

'," day morning In our section packet of beautiful you like flower to have free five Club House last Friday night was enjoyed Tuesday.E. Monday with her mother, Mrs. p. F. j>i ler Sunday afternoon.
!
; I' Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown were YOU CAN GET THEMI! ,HuU...' by every one. Games were J. King was a business visitor Floyd. I H. F. Priester pent the weekendwith

j' visitor to Brooker Tuesday after IBM catalog la a llt-pace handsomely played and refreshments served. The to Starke Saturday.Rev. Miss Frankie Muster pent the week '! hit family.

,,r , noon. Illustrated seed book with twenty young people's class of Grace church J. Mullady and family left on end with Miss Carrie Belle Brown, Mr*. L. A. Duncan attended 'churchat

',,. Mr. Keree, of Clayno, was her Pieties beautiful la pace their showing true natural the finest color va- were in charge of the meeting. Tonight Monday for Larkins, where they will of Miller I Bethany Sunday

2' Tuesday morning. It I. lull of helpful garden, flower and the young people meet at Grace spend several weeks Mildred .Roberts and Ella 'Mae John Mott attended church at Beth'
y i ; 1 f Mr. and Mr*. A. T. Thomas and farm information that II needed 1* church at 8 p. m. H. B. Wiggins, superintendent of Strickland spent the week-end at.,. any Saturday. '4

}: C daughter Leona, were numbered on very home, and too. the catalog tells Miss Claudia Terry received a Sunday public Instruction, was visiting in our Miller with their grandparents, Mr. 'The Epworth League will be enter
the sick list last week. you how to get these. flower seeds absolutely school reward pin for writing: the town Sunday. and Mrs. T. fl. Rimes. talned tonight Mardi llth, at the
free.
;C': J'4 t E. A. Fowler, of Starke, spent a Write for our 1911 catalog now. It best essay on "The Life of Washington. Rev. N. T. King was 'transacting Mrs. Roger Collin and daughter, home of Mrs. George Epperson. The

} few days of last week here visiting, I* the finest moat.valuable and beautiful ." business in Starke Tuesday. Martha Christine of Pensaeola. are occasion will start at eight o'clock '

I ,p friend . seed book ever published and I .Mothers' meeting at lhe home of Dr. Biggs, of Starke, has been \ guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Town- and games and contests will be en-
:\, Charlie Markey was a business visitor you will be mighty glad you've got It. I Mrs. G. "W. Brown this afternoon at professional visitor here this week. send this week. ed. '

t' to Brooker Wednesday. There thing. Is Just no auk obllgatlr for the 1. !catalog? buy any 3 p. m. Mr. Stewart, of Live Oak, 'was a Mrs H. L. Sprinkle and son.TIenry, ,

J, Mr and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children H. G. HASTINGS CO.. SEEDSMEN. The LadToS Aid had a good meetingat business! vlsttor to Hampton Friday of Reddick, spent the week-end with Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day
,I of Brooker, spent the weekend the home of Mrs. Farris last,week. and Saturday. her Drtnutrt.rrtooA ntt'ITMENTtiaU.
Mr.
ATLANTA, GA. parent, and Mrs. W. C. nd3'eefedpl
here with the former's parent, Mr Remember the community sing next A. M. Hall, of Oglo, 111. was a bus- Townsend to nircl.rhlna.. or Protndf P1l>*-
Jmrnni tfti<'v'e hr.hl.tn Pile, and ant
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FRIDAY MARCH 11 1921.1Bradford .
DRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. ,
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County Farmers




1'f'' 1 RAISING MORE TOMATOES the Florida Experiment Station. Volusia-A great number of fruit- Who said > rui ","asstranger

UY USE OF CATCH CHOP This insect Is the most injurious of growers of this county are sprayingfor

i the pests, of corn. The eggs from scab. This county won 144 first

,l ;' Prof. J. R. Watson, entomoligst o: which the worms hatch are laid mostly premiums at the Orlando SubTropical iban &&n? .

i! I' ;:. the Florida Experiment Station, sayi; ] in th. silk of.the ears bya yellow ] Fair.

the most tierloues insect pest of tomatoes lull-gray moth. The young worms eat .

J 1 Is a greenish, almost hairless '' first the silk and gradually make their Pasco This week has been a banner

': which eats email holt one for the farm bureau. The en-
a
i I caterpillar way into the ear If the corn grows "YOU'RE FIRED," said the editor. AND AFTER a brief.
'-' e into the interior of the tomato and slowly] they will have time to con tire week was spent by the agent in . . .
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t :'' then consume the contents. sume a large part of the ear beforeIt holding meetings. The total attendance c "UNLESS YOU can die up. BUT TERRIFIC struggle -

Thia is the same worm that Is to be reaches the roasting ear stage. Bu for the meetings held equals at c it ..., . . .
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: found in the green carl of corn. It if it is forced to grow rapidly it will least fifteen hundred. A LIVE story. .today. MADE THE. pinch..

)\ L prefers corn-especially sweet corn- reach this stage before the worms SO THE cub reporter.DISAPPEARED AND WHEN interviewed

to tomatoes, and, if an occasional have attained their full size and eat. Suwannee-Watermelon planting] . . .

i double row of sweet corn is ,planted in progress this week in spite of a lit n FOR boor. BY OUR star reporter.
ing ability.
: across the tomato field, the moths will tle cold] weather. Young hogs ire be- . . .
Therefore, to materially reduce the BUT WHEN he repor red. GAVE OUT this statement.
E Pi%" lay a large] percentage of their eggs damage from this insect, make the ing bought for shipment to Iowa tOT . .

1". upon the corn. Since at times 80 perCent I corn grow fast. To do this heavy fertilization feeding: FROM HIS trance he had. "HE'S A.loony. ., all right
Is relined -- e
f of the tomato crop by irri -
"f these jt is that suet good cultivation and Lake-Induced 14 citrus growers to A STORY-here It is. THE ASYLUM says, by Heck. .
worms, necessary . .
Ration, if a dry year, are necessary line, for systematic spraying of . .
advantages/: as growing the catch crop up THE WORST they ever had.
fertilization OUR DEPUTY
,. This is the time to begin constable.
t be taken. their groves this season. . . .
I end cultivation. Start the crop right
!. The double rows of corn should be WAS WAKENED by the 'phon.. WHY THE poor nut.
.. I and keep it right; do not let up. Hillsborough-We are still .hipping . . .
about CO feet feel
placed apart (50( I
large quantities of citrus, vegetables] AND A shrill voice cried. CLAIMS HE can copy .
between each pair of corn rows) and . . ,
SUGGESTIONS FOIl CONTROL OF and strawberries. Many truckers
t, the corn should be planted as such., a are "F'bR THE love of Mike THE SECRET blend.

time that it will be coming into sill WATERMELON ANTHRACNOSE planting their spring crops, some of .. . . .

the crops being already planted and BEAT IT here quick ." OF THE cigarette. '.'
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when the
first fruits forming ol .
are
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The farmer who grows watermelons up. . i ..
the tomato. I 'I. AND NAIL nut THAT SATISFY"e
i a
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Sp.. The corn should be diluted with. lead has no enemy more serious than anthracnone. , . '. et

C emenate for bud worm when about Where this disease securesa Taylor-More plowing and planting r I iWHO'S TALKING will
l. firm foothold and where no effortsare going on than usual. Many farmersare . .
knee The bud
hitch./: worm is the first
made to combat it, the losses are planning] their crops upon practl' IN THE cigar store." e blend can't be copied. t's
Veneration of this tomato pent and J.ifJ '
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However there. cal rotation systems. one way of blending fine tobaccos
allowed to reach maturity, will\] increase enormous. are very 20 for 20 cents THE LONG arm of the law. -both Turkleh and Domestic-that
effective for the disease and
remedies .
greatly the amount of worms the other ellowcan't getonto.That'swhy
I \ in the; tomatoes. they have meant a' great saving al. Walton-Many of our farmers are in mir-tight peclcee.. PUT ON his pants.'t Chesterfields "satisfy," and

;, Cowpeas .should be planted between ready to Florida farmers The FlorIda stumping their land. We have one Also obtainable in round that's why only Chesterfields can'fia.of50v.ouum.eaied '
SPED TO the te
. field of scene "satisfy.1
new cane 11,000 .
Experiment Station and the Agricultural acres.
the double] rows of corn. They wit . .

: ,' afford shade for the moths which lay Extension have long advocated .
this remedy. St. Luclo-I have made a soil sue.vey .
the from which the troublesome
I eggs/:/:
worms hatch. Dy thus affording cool This bent method of control is by of the citrus soil on the island opposite '

;i' hades, the cowpoits attract the moths spraying the vines with 4-4-50 bordeaux Wabasso with special referenceto
determine the amount of chlorine
i -away from the tomatoes. mixture. If antbracnose sporesor
the soil water contains. Our
farmers
I', Harvest the corn before the worms germs are carried to healthy melon

f have matured; 1. e., the corn should vines, they will become diseased uq- are busy ,planting tomatoes, corn, etc. Qo O 0CIGARETTE o
I Citrus O
growers are busy spraying and ,
: be gathered for roasting ears. less protected by a coating of spray t c
fertilizing.
J mixture, which prevents the germination

j I ,+ DUST WITH SULPHUR TO KILL of the spores and the development .
CLAY COUNTY BEEF WEIGHED
1 RED:: SPIDERS of the fungus. Thorough application S
688 POUNDS
> of bordeaux'mixture will pre

' r: ': 'Red spiders are beginning to do vent the spread of the disease and LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.
One of the
finest beeves
.!fifiI considerable damage/: in "various parts will help to control] other diseases of ever carried

of the state. Theya'ttack a variety the crop aa well.! to a Florida market was seen at
the market of the Florida Farms & .
of plants.] Peas, utrawberriftf, beans, The following schedule will serveas --
' Industries Co. ---
last in --
j; :: ('ltr.ulI. cotton, violets ,and camphor in when Saturday the
are probably the most ]liable to attack a guide knowing just to shape of a four year old Shorthorn ture as a fruit investment, not as a here a few days ago to* spend several cants? Well, take it along] ,

I, I, of the domestic plants. spray: steer raised and fattened on the ranchof riva] of other fruits, but as a supplement weeks with relatives. i 3h, wirra, wirra, it is the ''unlucky

Make the first application when the the Southern Cattle the fruit Mr. Mrs. D. W. Moore the I be. Before I
I I. Infested plants] become gray and vines Feeding Co., to rapidly developing and were mon intered a perfes-

\ '\ died up In appearance and finally begin to run. seven miles west of Green Cove output of the South. The tree blue- guests: Sunday Of Mr. and Mrs. David atonal life, I was a common laborer,
the time about
j turn yellow and die. Strawberries Spray second one Springs. The steer dressed C88 Ibs. berry possesses advantages above all Jones, of Hampton.S. digging canals for Mr. George Livingston
week after the first melon have "set"on
, 1 ;," turn brown and remain small and and the meat was as fine and jucy other fruits grown {in the South, B. Woodard was. a visitor to the near Star-rke. Then I adopted
the vinos.
! hard. If examined closely, infested as anyone could ask for. The com among which are the time of ripen. county seat Saturday. the perfessipn.; of camivalist. I

1 plants, ipartlcularly the .under sides Make the third application about pany has also been sending some fine ing, the fact that no spraying Is essential E. A. Gaines, of Tampa, is spend took ingagement as a haythen can

I I) of the leavesBre found covered with two weeks after the second. meat to Palatka.] A few days ago a and it' yields year after year, ing a few days here with relatives.] nibal and foire ater. First toime I

\ ,; a web of fine silk under which the ml- I Should anthracnose appear and the grade steer shipped there tipped the besides never lacking a high-class Mrs. King and children, of Palat ate foire I bur'rnt up me' set of false

, ) flute yellowish mites. can be seen with above schedule has not been used, try scales at GOO pounds.-Green Cove market. ka, were guests recently at the homeof teeth, made of genuine celluloid and

; r the naked eye. Under a good lens I these- -emergency- measures: Spray Times. her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Herrington. cost me ten dollars cash in New

'I, ;)', one can readily discern the with bordeaux immediately and repeat NAPIER GRASS Yor-rk. I had to quit becase I nearly'
el..rht-Icg'i the operation about 10 days ]la THE TREE BLUEBERRY
starved
to death. The liquid I wash
ged adults which are from red to I Percy Griffin and Claude Houser, of
I ter. If rains are frequent at this timea introduced the ed ine mouth with to kape from beingI
by
green in color, the 'bright: .red eggs,, Napier grass, Hampton, were visitors here Sunday
third spraying will probably be re The Southern orchard tree blueberry about five from burnt caused me palate to be bike it
: and the white skins which were castoff government years ago afternoon. I

J : when the spiders molted quired. which the Southern Blueberry Co., South Africa has proven the quickest Charlie Triest and family, of Wal] was dead, and I couldn't even taster
Precautions to be observed: of Tampa, is introducing to the fruit
t These growing and heaviest producing .for d snapper sauce-the liquid was
iI1 spiders belong to a group do, were guests Sunday at the homeof
j called spider mites, which' includes tho Unless necessary, do not work growers of the South after having age plant yet discovered for Florida, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham.Mr. worse than the foire.- And then me

;'! rust mites of citrus. The best remedy among the vines when they are wet. ; cultivated and improved the tree for and all Southeastern elates. It is and Mrs. L. W. Baylor and tongue was that stiff I couldn&t say
This IA -
similar in to me prayers to the bussed Virgin
Japanese or
for of appearance
any these spiders or mites, daughter, Ella, of Brooklyn, were the
if any Is present.Select well in Northern Florida and Southern but much tenderer and talk in me slope even. And thin the
'I'' Is some, form of sulphur cane, grows guests of friends here Sunday after.
j One may use either free sulphur, a bright: sunny day for the Georgia and' there is no better much faster, is -a perennial, can be noon. bass-bad luck to the ,omadhaun
{ spraying in order that the mixture time to plant for good results than I I
,
1 ; or come of Its compounds, applying it planted from roots any month in the Ben Hall was a visitor to Hampton wanted me-Kenny, of Cpr-rk-to

I dry or in the form'of a spray. Free i will dry thoroughly. during the month of March. Trees year and will produce a cutting every Saturday. I handle snaiks, thim reptylca that St.

I If possible, avoid spraying when planted the latter part of last Marchare sixty to ninety days from plantingand Pathrick drove out of Ireland!
!I i sulphur is one. of the best remedies John and Bill Hall and Samuel ,
i 1 " the heavy bloom is on,'as great care now doing nicely] and will bear should] be grazed all winter. Will
against red spiders. It is somewhat Woodard spent Saturday at Bedford Did I enter me present perle .ion
must be taken at this time to avoid quite a bit of fruit next May and I
I blower In action than some compounds I continue to produce for years if fertilized lake fishing and had fine luck. next? No, sorr. I wint into making
breaking off blossoms with the hose. June, according to present Indications.
" of sulphur, often taking two to three and worked.It Mr. and Mrs. Pry and children, of ,, that sor-rt of candy that looks like a
Order and bluestone for Considering the fact that the fruitof
quicklime
< days or more to do Its work, but it remains ( grows well on wet or dry soil, buts Hampton, were In our section Sunday big ball of cotton, worse luck to it. I
making bordeaux) in advance. In ant'mergenl.'Y the tree blueberry is firm when ripe 'I
dry weather plant. The better
I' f active for a long time, frequently a afternoon. bought half a bale of cotton whin the
hydrated lime in amount and can be shipped without icing fora
two or three weeks and usually the soil, of course, the better the Johnnie Williamson, of Jennings, price was sivinity chits a pound. ThinI
of a fourth to a half greater than thousand, miles or more, it is morethan
t kills the mites. yield. was a visitor here ''Sunday. found out there was no cotton in
be used. a ]local market proposition.
quicklime
,
I '; Sulphur can be applied dry and be may It is not a pest or obnoxious plantat There will be preaching at the the candy at all, at all, but what looks
Make the mixture carefully. If it By the use of a peck to half a bush
j driven into the citrus trees or straw- all, can be destroyed much easier Christian church Saturday night and like cotton is foine threads of sugar,
contains than 4 blue- el of sour muck or well decayed leaves
more pounds
I lorry beds by means of a blower or than Japanese cane by plowing and Sunday. Everybody Invited to attend. ginerated by heat and wather' and
stone 50 gallons the put close to the roots of the tree blueberry
to foliage
duster. In the strawberry patch it may turning in hogs or grazing close after 'P. M. Geiger was a visitor to Waldo I cintrifugal for-rce. I had to sell me
be burned. sprout, it starts nicely and
severely Always
use
\ 'an be applied by hand or shaken Into ; roots are exposed. It has fine, last week. cotton for for-rty clnts a pound, be-
freshly] material. grows rapidly, developing] into fine
I the vines through a closely] woven prepared spraying a hair-like! roots, the old ones dying after Blanton Owsley was a visitor to gorroh, the price having fallen that
showy tree the first The -
'?, cloth or a perforated can. season. second ; each cutting. An ordinary spade Hampton Saturday I: bad. Thin I made another blunder I
COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTSBay still
: It is advisable to mix sulphur with year it grows more rapidlyand will cut the roots around the largest: P. H. Neal and A. Sullivan were' did not want me customers to wait "

'\ .;. liydrated lime ((3 to 1)). This lime -Just entering dutiesas the fruit yield is prolific.On plants and they can be easily lifted ]I among the visitors to the county seat I'and ]lose the notion while I made the
: upon my account of 'the substantial size
/ way be made by adding 32 pounds clear of the ground, as it is practlcaly i Saturday \ candy, so I made about fifty balls to
here. I have
county agent nssuranceg of the berry, they quickly fill quart
'rs (4 gallons) water to each 100 ,pounds of support from the businessmen baskets and bring the highest prices I an air plant and roots shallow. j, have on hand for instant delivery.And .

e quicklime. Mix the lime and sulphur 'of the count Have visited a for'the delicious fruit. No sprayingIs Napier grass is the finest of feed TROUBLES OF A CARNIVALIST would yez belave It. The balls

r thoroughly. It is best to apply the few farm and find hundreds of or- required for either tree, Or fruit either green or dry, and is relishedby i wint down to nothing, laving only

Juut at night or early morning, in or- ange, peach, pecan and fig trees being and no pruning is necessary. Another cows, horses, hogs and all\ poultry.i Unlucky "Operator" UnlMwoms Him ethicks in the cinter and that at a
'; der that the dust stick better. I Its and self to toime whin cost
may planted. advantage is that it can be plantedIn high analysis great producing Bystander sugar thir-rty cants a

The dust U particularly effective on the garden and ndt interfere serIously capacity will eventually make it a I pound. Oh, wirra, wirra. bad luck to

'I 1 plants] like strawberries< where the Santa Rona-Club boys are preparing with the cultivation of vegetables staple !basis for all ground feeds instead Scene in Starke at carnival booth. it all. ,

""' li lonvca lie close to the ground.HAVING their land for this year's crops. while itself developing into a of alfalfa, .. it wilt easily pro- where one tries to win dolls by mark- Whin I change me perfession 1"111'0

\ 4 Many farmers are getting: their soil paying fruit producer. duce five to ten times as heavy ton manship with air nflle. Into operating a ballistic parlor-that

l'' I-EWEK EAR WORMS: ON In condition'for sweet potatoes, which Quite a number of acreages are nage on our natural soil n'nd'annlysla 'i Operator to bystander-I say, sorr, is, a Jint where you throw balls at

CORN they plan to grow as a market crop. being planted over the state, from the' nearly as hiph! as the fir.est alfalfa or would yez bike to buy a nice roifle for dolls. I am now studying the scienceof

Are ;;' i extreme southern part to the northern peanut hay ycr little b'y TBystanderWhat ballistics, maning how to. fix the
you thinking of growing corn i
% Polk-Many growers are fertilizing section, while many are bring plant. | ? One of those balls till you couldn't hit a bunch of
this
year, either as a garden or as a
)I and cultivating, and preparing to 'go ed in other gulf states. THERESSA contrivances you can't hit anything condidates with wan of thim In ellc-
: fluid ? Are
i ; crop you making any plansto to spraying with lime sulphur and with tion toime.
Och
I The tree blueberry has a great fu- hone! It is a great
I prevent loss to this corn from the Black Leaf 40 for scab, thrips, red Thcressa, March 11.-Mr. and Mrs. Operator-Arrah, be alsy. Divil 4 science, bedad but har-rd to learn.

y 1 ear worm t If not, this is the time to I I spider and mites. Recent cool snap S. B. Woodard and children, Luoile, }hit would I sell you a gun that didn'thit And-but be yez going? Well, so

? begin preventing this trouble, nays did damage here. Nearly all citrus Janie Maud and Woodrow, spent Sun the mark
t no Thim's what I kape long. Thank ye kindly, sorr.
: Prof. J. R. Watson entomoligst of I trees I J day at Waldo, guests of Mr. and Mrs
i I I are showing a good percentage { t1he myself. The roifle/ I'm spaking af

s ; ......,... ...... .. ............ . of bloom and the growth is good; < > A.C. Tillis. shoots thrue-too thrue for me. You Get your strawberry tickets in timeat

prospects are encouraging for a .
:I, ; PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN crop. and charges only only tin clnts a shot

Give Sick, Bilious Child you don't want a gun that hits the ..To Stop a Cough Quick

CORRECTS STOMACH Oscoola-Have ordered large quantities mar-rk. You want one that shoots socrukcd take' llA YES' HEALING HONEY a

of rice seed for growers this "California Fig Syrup" if till you couldn't hit "yersilf cough medicine which stops the cough by

ENDS INDIGESTION work. Meld a profitable field day for with it if yer wanted to commit shoe- healing the inflamed and irritated tissue

citrus growers at St. Cloud duringthe A box <> 'S 0-PEN-TRATE
aside.
The roifle 1 want to sell done Chest
U the
"California Syrup of Fig* SALVE for Colds Head
week, Colds and
heat "laxative phynic" to give to a Sick' or BiliousTonight ruined me, sorr. I've trimmed the Q-oup Is .enclo"M with every bottle f
I'npes DiapcpKin"
h the quickest, lick feverish child who U bilious or dar'rts on one side, then pulled all HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salvewould
.truresi relief for Induction, u.-, Columbia-Farmers are still ship poTmtipHtM. Directions for babies! and .. be rubbed
the feathers on the chest and throatof
out then
Flatulence
,
heartburn Sourness! Fermentation greased the
nhildntn bottle. Theloro Its fruity
or KtoiiMuJi Dintrm* mused ping potatoes and syrup, a large portion taiite. n on
pV:\ by acidity A few tablets give nlmont of the shipments being cO"OIe'ra.tlve. \ you may not get the genuine recnmiiwmiMl : less Ouwarot work while :you eleep and ,rubbed. It with rosin on the other all the IIK1In.throat otrM combined of Ha,...,.' Haallnf Honey Inside -
with lie
,I immediate stomach relief and The farm bureau of this have your liver active' nouns effect of
head
fl shortly countyIs by physicians for over thirty clear, to make the darts Grove's dr.. Treu 1 S.Iw thrwah the pores 01
the .wmaeIl i. eorroeted eo .tuo l&Ch sweet and bowel. swerve, and ylt itshoots the..In
eat
i you MB planning the construction 'IOf a. year*. Dent risk Injuring your'child's marina soon-pe a COUIIIt.
,I\ favorite. food without fear. Large OHM tender etonuich liver and bowel by ac- regular by morning No griping or in'T straight, bad luck to if Itolt Both remedies are psck d ta oa earths and the
Dank only few "" at drug store. sweet potato curing house and the.I I, wpting, an Imitation Ag syrup. Insist OODVOII.' 10, 23 or BO oeat boxes. (? me foive dollars; 111 sell, it for oat 01 the oembtned Imtmeat...ate

v, Millions helped annually. standardization of syrup I upon California." .. this candy cathartic too.: three; What? You'll Just ask your druggist for HAYES"
Ill, l pay only forty HEALING HONEY

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I FRIDAY, MARCH 11. 1921. \DPOKD CO! NTT rELEGRAI'H. STARK FLORIDA I'
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vate gain amid defensive war, while mankind. My most reverent pra'er'l' ; : : :,. ,
INAUGURAL I I'i
ADDRESS OFPRESIDENT
I another is fighting sacrificing or dying for America is for industrial I r ____..._ 114,02 J
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I for national with its rewards :: ; : .l .ox
preservation.Out wisely and generally : ..-._ '
HARDING' 'Of such universal\ service will distributed amid the inspirationsof I I i _......- 1134,(4

come a new unity of spirit and pur- equal! opportunity. I .....?_ 207.04.
1 . ._._,
pose, a new confidence and consecration No
-- one justly may deny the equal- :._, J
;.My Countrymen, when one surveys< tablished, our concern for preserved which would make our defense ity of opportunity which made us ; __..? 207.04 '

the world about him after the great
\ storm, noting ,the marks of destruc-I i heroic expression. There was no Then we should have little or no disorganization to embrace it, to be a .-___..-.__. r

tion and yep t rejoicing in the ruggedness ; I American failure to resist the attempted of our economic, Industrial challenge, of the reality; and due con' _..__._. 1111,111. 1 1

of the thing. which withstood it, ,. 1 reversion of civilization and I and commercial systems at home cern for making. all citizens fit for 1 _u___. 10,1C k
if he is an American he breathes the, 1 there will be no failure tomorrow: I no staggering war debts, no swollen participation will give added strengthof ____.? S,4S +
clarified' atmosphere with a strange The success of our popular govern' fortunes to flout the sacrifices of our I! citizenship and magnify our :: l :::-.:::: 15.00'v f }

mingling of regret and new hope. We i ment rests wholly upon the corr..ctih- soldiers, no excuse for sedition, noI achievement 1 / ._ 1467 1
have seen .woild passion spend its I terpretation of the deliberate, intelligent pitiable slackerism, no outrages of I If revolution insists upon overturning l _-...?..- o

full but we contemplate our republic i dependable popular will of treason. Envy and jealously would established order, let other peoples ___.._ 14,4)7) f
unshaken and hold our civilization se America. In deliberate questioning have iio soil for the menacing development make the tragic experiment. i
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cure. Liberty-liberty within the law of a suggested chancre of national pol- and revolution would be with There is no ,place for it in America. ........ ..1>, '%
.-and civilization inseparable and icy where internationality was'to ,out the passion which engender it. When; -.__
are cu ', world war threatened civilization ____... T.4H k.
though both were ,threatened we find perceie: nationality, we turned to a A regret for the mistakes: of yesterday we pledged our resources and our 1

them now secure, and there comes to referendum to ,the American people. must not, however, blind us left I lives to its preservation, and when . _._........?., u.n.7.0H r
Americans the profound assurance There was ample discussion and there the tasks of today., War never revolution threatens ,we unfurl the .._..... '
that our representative government ia 'a public'mandate. in manifest un such an aftermath. There has been nag of law and order and renew our ------ IU7 .
staggering loss of life and measureless ._i_--. 11,01
and ,
lathe highest expression surest derstanding. .
consecration. Ours is a constitutional .__.._
guaranty of both wastage of materials. Rations I i ... ... :
America ready ,to encourage, ea- freedom, where the popular will Is 'i
are still groping for return to stable ...---- 11.01 f.
Standing\ this presence, mindfulof ger.to initiate, anxious to participatein the law supreme and minorities are :
the solemnity of this occasion, feeleing any seemly program likely to lessen ways. Discouraging indebtedness con sacredly protected. Our revisions' i ......_._. Snft.42 i
the emotions which no one may the probability of war and pro- fronts us like all war torn nations, reformations and evolutions reflect a I .-.-.. f' '
)
and these obligations must be provided .' .______ 8n>.43;
know until he senses the great weightof mote the brotherhood of mankind deliberate judgment and an orderly .
responsibility for himself, I must which must be God's highest conception for. No civilization can survive progress, and we mean to cure our ._._ SU.7B 1\ :A
repudiation.We ( .__._.. ,
utter my belief in the divine inspira- of human relationship. Because'we ills, but never destroy or permit de' .-...... .'
tionof the founding fathers.. Surely cherish ideals of justice and peace can reduce the abnormal. expenditures struction by force.I ___--__ tlft.75

.there must have been God's i intent inthe Because. we appraise 1nternatlonaicomity ; and we will. We can strikeat had rather submit our industrialcontroversies .._... 4 B7 11-
war taxation and must. We --_... ,
of this and helpful relationship no we to the conference table .-....
lie. must face the grim with full ___ _
necessity
less highly than any people of the in advance than to a Itl'tUement'table n 4.S7

but one ambiguity, and we saw that world.! We aspire to a high place in knowledge that the task is to be solv- after conflict and suffering The earth ____._ IIft,08 .

effaced in a baptism of sacrifice and the moral leadership of civilization, ed, and we must proceed with a full is thirsting for the cup of good will. ._.._.....*

blood with union maintained, the nation and we hold a maintained America, realization that no statute enacted by Understanding! is its fountain source _..._.. 1HJ,S3

supreme and its concord inspir the proven republic, the unshaken man can repeal the inexorable laws 'I would like to acclaim an era of good __.-._ 170 M
ing.' We have seen the world rivet its temple of representative democracy, of nature. Our most dangerous ten ---..- 1.7V. '
feeling amid dependable prosperityand : : :
:::
...._ a
hopeful gaze on the great truths on to be not only an inspiration and example dency is to expect too much of government all the blesaing.which attend.It -_._.._ 11112

,which the founders wrought. We have but the highest. agency of at the same time to do for*it has been proved again and again ___... 111.71 14
I too
seen civil, human and religious libt'rty' strengthening the good will and promoting 1 little. j that we cannot while throwing our .._.._ 11.10 '
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verified and glorified. In the begin accord on both continents. We contemplate the immediate task markets open to the world, maintain _.____ M,(IS ,
ning the world scoffed at Mankind needs world-wide benediction of putting our public household in order ,
o4 our ex a American standards of living and op- .___.. B02.BI.
periment, today our foundations of of understanding. It is need We need a rigid and yet sane portunity and hold our industrial eminence .'..-. 5

political and social unbelief stand unshaken ed among individuals, among peoples economy, combined with fiscal justice in such unequal competition.There ) .__.._.n.._. 802.MJ ,
a precious inheritance to ourselves among governments, and it will inaugurate and it must be attended by indivIdual is a luring fallacy in the theoryof I
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an inspiring example of freedom an era of good feeling to prudence and thrift which are banished barriers of trade, but pre' ...... 6.B1 .
and civilisation to all mankind. mark the birth of a new order. In so essential to this trying hour and served American standards' require .-._.. f' I
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Let us express renewed and strength. such understanding men will strive reassuring for the future. our,higher production costs to be reflected I ,
devotion in confidently for the promotion of their The business-world reflects are disturbance ....._ BO.IS 'i '
ened
grateful reverence in our tariffs on imports. To ...-...... 105
for the immortal beginning, and utter better relationships and nations will of war's reaction. Herein day aa neyer before, when peoples are .. *,041 l lu.
our confidence in the supreme' fulfill ; promote the comities so essential to flows the life blood of material existence seeking trade, restoration and e pan' .?.. M4t ,i1

ment. 1 peace. The 'economic mechanism is sion, we must adjust our tariffs to the _......... (44 14 \ i
The recordea progress of our re ; We must understand that ties of intricate and its parts interdependent new order. We participation in '_* .1.
public, materially and spiritually, in trade bind nations in closest intimacyand and has suffered the shocks and jars the world's exchanges because therein I --" -- 24414'' .

itself proves :the wisdom of the inherited I none may receive except as he incident to abnormal demands, credit$ lies our way to widened influenceand ___._. ,78.Sft
policy 'of non-involvement in i gives.: We have not strengthened ours inflation and price upheavals. "The! the triumphs of peace. We know ._._._..._._ onft .\ 1

old world affairs. Confident of our in accordance with our resources or normal balances have been impaired full well we cannot sell where we do << ______ 6fl.BS t

ability to work out our own destiny our genius, notably on our own conti- the channels. of distribution have been not buy and we cannot sell success _____. SRn

and jealously guarding our right to do I nent, where a galaxy of republics reflect clogged, the relations of labor and fully where we do not carry .._.._.._. I f
BO, we seek no part in directing the : the glory of new world democracy management have 'been strained. We! Opportunity j is calling not; alone for 1 n.__- 66,Oil P
destinies of the old world. We do not but in the new order of finance must seek the readjustment with care the restoration, but .for a new era in lU2fc j I

mean to be entangled. We will accept' and trade we mean to promote enlarged and cou aFe. Our people must give production, transportation and trade. ; : !' .. 4 '
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no responsibility except as our own activities and seek expanded. I I and take. Prices, must reflect*the receding We shall answer it best by meetingthe : ..oln. atal-.* of I

conscience and judgment in each instance confidence. fever of waractivities.. Perhaps demand of a surpassing home I ..0.....III..'* to month Iha I
may determine. Perhaps we can make no more help- we never shall know the old lev market, by promoting self-reliance in (
blind'to ful contribution example than els of wage again, because war Inevi- and : OINM. ae I'
Our eyes never will be a by production by bidding enterprise Instruction. '
developing menace, our ears never prove a republic's capacity to emerge tably readjusts compensations and genius and efficiency to carry our cargoes 1
def to the call of civilization. We from the wreckage of war. While the the necessaries of life will show their in American bottoms to the : :

recognize the new order in the world, world's embittered travail did not inseparablf relationship, but we must marts of the world. .. Elirhth: 1
', In flmn-: I
with the closer contacts which progress leave us devastated lands nor desolated strive for normalcy to reach stability. We would not have an America iiiIi&u,
has wrought. We sense the call cities, left no gaping wounds, no All the penalties will not be light nor living within and for herself alone C +

of the human heart for fellowship, breast with hate, it did involve us in ,evenly distributed. but we would have her self-reliant, I

fraternity and cooperation. We crave the 'delirum of expenditure, in expanded There is no way of Making them independent and ever nobler, stronger :- : : ) .. ', t
credits in unbalanced so.*' There is instant from in | ..nd.oI to II'.
friendship and harbor no hate. But currency and no step and richer. Believing our higher 1 1 .. that C. J. ,i
America, our AmciTca, the America industry, in unspeakable waste disorder to order We must face a standards, reared through constitutional i namede. I a

builded on the military alliance. It and disturbed relationships. While it condition of grim reality, charge offour liberty and maintained opportunity .. .., V.ld.and. .that....
can enter into no political commit uncovered our portion of hateful selfifchncss losses and start afresh It is the we invite the world to the I '-.. year* t '

ments, nor assume any economic obligations at home, it also revealed the oldest lesson of civilization. I would same heights. But pride in things I I . I """non-realdnnt to appear t
or subject our'decision! to heart of America as sound and fear like government to, do all it can to wrought: is no reflex of accomplished ) .ald, .. .* on '
of April A. l ,
any other than our own authority., less, and beating in confidence unfair mitigate them. understanding, in task. Common 'welfare is the goalof of .*.M loll I'' i
mutuality of Interest in for endeavor. Wealth is l aid defend..
I am sure our own people will not concern our national '
misunderstand nor will the world mis ing.Amid it all whe have riveted the the common .good our tasks will be not inimical to welfare, it ought to be nrdxr ... pub. l'r
...... .* w..k.
have thought to impede of all civilization to the unsel solved. its friendliest agency. .
construe. We no gaze a nw*
the paths to closer relationship.We fishness and righteousness of rcpre- No altered system will work a mir. There never can be equality of rewards ) ::: : ) : : : ; .en.i IB21.:i atat' ,

wish to promote understanding. resentative democracy, where our acle. Any wild experiment will only or possessions so long ,as the '
has made offensive add to the confusion Our beat varied talents .| Circuit: 110",",. II'
We want to do our part in making offensive freedom never assurance human plan contains ; ; .
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warfare so hateful that governments warfare, never has sought territorial lies in efficient administration and dift'C'I'lnldl.lt'reel of industry and flefiuty Clerk. !
and peoples who resort to aggrandizement through: force, never of our proven tyxtomThe I thrift but ours ought to be a country : S-4-BU4-1 I
it must prove the righteousness of has turned to the arbitratemcnt of forward courses. of the business i { free from great: blotches of distrcssod -

their cause or stand as outlaws before arms until reason has been exhausted. cycle Is unml ; D.kabl1. Peoples ore> poverty. We ought: to find a I : :; ; under and by '

the bar of civilization.We When the governments: of earth shall turning from destruction to produc way to guard against the perils and . of fur*.1......
of the Circuit' ,
are ready to associate ourselves have established a freedom like our tion. Industry has sensed the changed penalties of unemployment. We want : ' In CIi.nnry; 'l
,
shall have sanctioned the order and our own people turn America of homes illumined with 1021. In favor
with the nations jot the world, great own and are I an : '.' and, ....In..
and small, for conference, for counsel, pursuit of peace as we have practicedit ing to resume their normal onward I i hope and happiness, where mothers : ...". . ..
to seek the expressed, views of world I believe the last sorrow and the way. The call (is for productive Amer- I, freed from the necessity for long !... In.front. duHna or

opinion, to recommend a way to approximate -. final sacrifice of international war ica to go on. I ,know that congress i hours of toil beyond their own doors, ....March for ...|*th....
disarmament and relieve fare will have been written. and the administration will favor every may preside as befits the hearthstoneof property, .IU I?, ,
the, crushing burdens of military and Our supreme task is the resumption wise government policy to aid the American citizenship. We went ; : \\I \ ::: ; Model. Bn>m. 1' l

naval establishments. We elect to i I of our onward normal way. Reconstruction resumption and encourage continued Ue| cradle of American childhood d,

participate in suggesting plans for readjustment restora- progress.I rocked under conditions so wholesome ( l. "ADKINfl.*.. .) M........ 1'
mediation, conciliation and 'arbitration tion-all these must follow. I would speak for administrative efficiency and so hopeful that no blight may I I 5.11.441.5t ,

and would gladly Join In that ex like to have them. It will lighten the for lightened tax burdens for the I touch it in Its development and we I ." i AKC; I .

pressed conscience of progress which apirit and add to the resolution with : sound commercial practices, for adequate want to provide that no selfish Interest l I will the tireaent Honor .. I
( 0
seeks to clarify and write' the laws of which we take up the task, let me re credit facilities, for sympathet- no material necessity, no lack of of Hrailford I. 1 !
shall give idle for all : .. ..." aa .....->
international relationship, and establish peat for .our nation, we no concern agricultural problems opportunity shall prevent the. gainingof ; s
t..d rlaibm.
a world court for the dispositionof people just cause to make war uponus. for the omission of unnecessary that education so essential to best I': ::: I
national prejudices, interference of with business ... '. A. t).
such justiciable questions as ,na We hold no government citizenship .
Lions are agreed to submit thereto. we entertain no spiiit of revenge, we for an end to government's ex- + There is no short cut to the making :\ ART.' ,1'
''In expressing aspirations, in seeking do not hate, we do not covet, we j, periment in business and for more efficient I I Iof these ideals into glad realization. I Ii 1 t-Reed<-ia: R.a , ,

practical plans, in translating human.ity' dream of not conquest, nor boast orj business in government admin.'i i i The world has witnessed again and i l I

new concept of righteousness, armed prowess. I istralion, With ay of) this must at- again I !, the futility and the mischief of j i,,i W J. Rppr' C 1
justice and its hatred of war into If, despite this attitude, was li j tend a mindfulness of the human side ( ill-considered remedies for social and'|I l < : : Florida I :. un. I
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recommended action' we are read\\y again forced upon us, I earnestly hope of all activities so that social, Industrial economic disorders.\ But we are mind-1|I the writ band of exec and I

mbst heartily to unite but every away ma' be found which will unifv I j and economic justice will bo i ful today as never before of the. frlc- I I[,I I ; ;:) ;: : :: of Court: W. C.of I I
1 and collective strengthand squared with the of a righteous I tion of modern Industrialism and we ,
commitment must be made in the exercise our individual purposes ,I ] ::: ; 'J.w': .II. I
of our national sovereignly. consecrate all America, material-1|I people. 'I must learn its causes and reduce its ) !l l l I ; n.., and. offer beat' ,

Since freedom impelled and independence ly and spiritually, body and soul to j With the nation wide induction of evil consequences by Sober and tested .. eouithoue" I
I Inspired and nationality exalted ; national defense. I can vision the womanhood into our political life, we j I method) Where genius has made for ,A.Florida, n. 1021, on I q,

a world super-government is i ideal republic where every manrqnd' may count upon her (intuitions, her if ,I great possibilities, justice and, happi- J ) th. following, ,I

contrary; to everything we cherish woman is called under the flag for finement, her intelligence and her (in.Ifluencc I I Ness must be reflected in a greater II |I / ; :: ::: ;:: of North-
for whatever service to exalt the social order We welfare. Township 6
and can have no sanction by our re- assignment to duty common j I Quarter. or.
public. This Is not selfishness. It military or civic the individual count upon her exercise of the full I I I Service U the supreme commitment i j ; :. ,i : Quarter of .

is sancticlty. It is not aloofness, it la best fitted, where we may -call to privileges and (the performance Of life I would rejoice! to acclaim the In Townehip

is security. It is not suspicion of universal service every plant, Agency the duties of citizenship to speed the I I' 'era of the golden rule and crown il'1 ) : '; ...I"..
others, it is patriotic adherence to the or faculty, all in the sublime! sacrificefor attainment of the highest state. with I the autocracy of service. J l I
things which made us what we ara. country and not one penny of warrprofit i j I wish for an America no less alertIn pledge(\ an administration wherein all l :

Today, better*than ever before we shall inure to the benefit of priVate guarding against: dangers from agencies: of government are called to | '. J, C Cro_. .
corporation and 'com. I within than it Is watchful against and an understanding kin of J. 0-
know the aspirations of human kind i individual : enemies 1 serve ever promote ,I l : ",, County
and share them. We have come to a blnatlon, but all above the normal' from without. Our fundamental .of government,\ purely as an ) who .It may
,
new realization of our place In the I I. shall flow into the! defense chest of > law. recognizes no clans, no group 'I expression of the popular will. I .' ( ..,.'four and weeka their

world and a new appraisal of our nation i the nation. There is something inherently no' section. There must be none in One cannot stand in this presence . ........on of hi J.*. *C..-
by the world. The unselfishness : wrong, something of accord legislation or administration. The and be unmindful of the. tremendous <''"Inl...... on
of these United States is a thing proven I II with the ideals of repreMentativodell'ocracy supreme inspiration is the common 1,, respons l1ity. The world upheaval I law, ,
forour% when .one portion of our ( weal. Humanity hungers for Interns. has added heavily to our trfsks. But '. Florida. .
devotion to
peace !
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selves and for the world is well 1'1'I'I I citizenship turns Its activity to prln iuf i tional peace and we crave it with all with the realization.. comes the surge t-B-l"r,. A. O. 1




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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. SlARKR. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 11. 1921. .

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'I. { establishment would mean much to Mr. and Mrs E. B. Andreu and sister Seeber Edward attended church at and Ia over the age of twentv-ona years r It.la .
: Bradford County Telegraph{ I I 1 therefore ordered that said non-r..idont
; Starke and our farmers. We under ', Miss Tave, spent Sunday with MAKES IT Brooker Sunday night. I defendant be and ia hereby ....al..eI to appear]I

.. -. .,_ .. , . -' ... stand that the representative has relatives at Pine Hill. Mr, end Mrs. Herman Harrell and to the bill of complaint filed In aaid cause on 1'
or before Monday, the tUb day of April. A.
Published weekly and entered as found, a great deal of encouragementfrom A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. children] of LaCrosse, spent Sunday I). 1W81 otherwise. the alletraUona of aid bill

second class matter, at the post prospective cane growers, although Adams Monday. A POINT TO at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. will It be.is taken further aa confessed ordered that by said thla delond&aI order be '

office at Starke Florida. he came here at a time when Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Litchfield and Barry. published once a week for four consecutive
,
., ... '= :.- the year's farming activities had already sons, of Ziff, attended church here TELL OTHERSSTARKE Mrs. W. M. Harrell and daughter, nooks newspaper in the published Bradford In aaid County county Telegraph and atat a.,

r E. MATTHEWS. Editor and OwnerA been planned out. The niggardly at the Advent church Saturday. Miss, Geneva, were shopping in Xhw March '. mi.G. '
foolish Mrs. J. D. Baxter is visiting at the I W. ALDERMAN
penny-wise and pound I Worthington Wednesday.T. (Seal\) Clerk. Circuit Court. .
spirit, which was formerly the. curse home of her son, Tom, of Jacksonville. RESIDENT SAYS TAN- L. Willis was a business-visitor B7 C. A. KNIGHT
Jersey judge has decreed that no Deputy Clerk.D. .
7 her' of Starke, and suffered us to lose rail T. B. Pinholster spent Monday attending LAC RESTORED HIM OVER to Dukes' Tuesday. E. KNIGHT. ,
wife shall tit the
jury ai
on same
ways and other valuable improve to business in Jacksonville.Dr. A YEAR AGO AND STILL Malcolm Harrell was a visitor to Solicitor for Complainant. SUot4iIndigestion

husband, says a news item, and com ments, is now happily dead and buried '- Tribble, of LaCrosse was in FEELS FINE j, Worthington Sunday afternoon. '
ments "That is one to get juries
: way I
in whoso hands the town Monday evening.
and the men !
I aaaDaaaaaaaaaaa :
,', to agree." To make thing more Hazel Warren the sick list II'
matter will come for final adJust- was on
agreeable all around the judge: should "Ever since Tanlac !set me right I I a.
]last week-end.
ment, will see to it that the company I NAPIER GRASS
have decreed that no husband shall sit over a year ago I've made it a point
will be treated with so much liberality ] Air and Mrs G. B. Colson and son,
it a
on the same jury as his wife. to recommend every time I get a j I (Penniaetum Purpurum) I I I o
and good will, that there will be Resale, and Roy Forsyth, spent Sun- chance," said George: Parrieh well I
nothing to hinder it from bringing its day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim ,I I
T' EXIT .WILSON known farmer residing at Starke, i| Extract from Agricultural Station
and
contempdated enterprise about Crews, of Bradford. a aI
Fla. Bulletin. I Many persons, otherwise
L making a success of it. I Guy Andreu of New River, spent 1 I I
a aI
vigorous and healthy, an
"Time and the hour run through the "At the time I began taking' Tan' II
roughest day." We may be sure that Profitable sale of sugar cane would : Saturday here with his cousin, Troy lac I had been troubled with Indiges- DISTRIBUTION AND HISTORY j I a bothered occasionally with aI

R ? Woodrow Wilson has repeated this give an Impetus to this section that i Andrea. tion for several years, and at times I I I a Indigestion. The effects of a a
ft" nothing else could do. Good cane can Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son, Paul, disordered! stomach on the
phrase many times during the last suffered from terrible attacks'of acute Napier grass Is a native of tropical a a
be here anywhere but there is in '
raised were visiting Sampson Thursday
and
four years of his presidency He be- indigestion. My appetite was very Africa. The Rhodesian Departmentof system are dangerous,
strip of alluvial land about tw afternoon.G. a a
a
': .. gan his last term as a vigorous man; poor, I just could not enjoy my meals Agriculture has the distinction of prompt treatment of Indigestion
miles wide, along the entire eastern B. Colson] and S. B. Andreu spent a Is Important "The only aa
lie stepped out of the white house the and my stomach was in such a bad having first introduced it into culti- .
I' boundary of Bradford county, which, Monda at New River fishing. medicine I have needed has
,' other day a bowed, infirm and aged .condition I was actually afraid to vation. This was about 1910. In 1913 been something to aid digestion a
in and
with the exception of a portion Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sowell attended
,I', shadow of his former self] -for ho had eat at times because of the sufferingI the United States department of agriculture a and clean the liver," a
near Lawtey, is as yet virgin soil. church at Dedan Sunday.
'"been through the mil!." Now he can know so well would follow. If 1: ventured first introduced it into this a writes Mr. Texas Ashby. a a
'" This land has a rich and deep top soil, C. M. Andreu and family, of Brad- 'I McKinney. farmer.
rest. The nation has not furnished to eat anything greasy or richI ; country. Here it promises to be valuable a a
medicine IsB
ford "My
which only requires some Inexpensive attended Sunday school] here
!, any laurels for his bed, but we believe just suffered agony. Gas 'would I for planting in the extreme
make it excellent .
drainage to produce Sunday afternoon. ef a
that they are awarded him by a clear form on my stomach and bloat me up i South, including] the.-entire, State of
fane year after year. The clay is Be sure and attend B. Y. P. U. next I Thedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT,a
conscience, by the knowledge that he five beneath the as tight as a drum and I could not Florida and a strip extending as far
from three to feet 'I
4 did what he thought best for America Sunday night. There is a special get relief for hours s north as Central South Carolina,
surface and on top of it is a stratumof
w and the world, under all circumstances. program arranged for that eveningby "From time to time Iliad tried : Southern portions of Mississippi, Tex ,
various -
running water, the drainage from
Miss Clara Cone
Group two, ]lead
and Louisiana also
ax portions of
medicines and*a number of ,
the higher lands to the east. The special -
Wilson was In the.same fix as the er.A. treatments, but nothing seemedto California and Arizona. Work with
cane roots would go ,down to this water .
of ;
H. Warren Pine Hill
old woman, "who lived In a shoe, and and find plenty of moisture in the here was reach my case. Finally, while in it was first started at the Florida] Experiment a for indigestion and stomach aa
had so many children she didn't know I Monday afternoon. Macon, Georgia, I came across Tanlac Station in 1915. Since that trouble of any kind. I hay
driest times. We hope yet to !see this
; J: E. Clemons last week with found anything that 0
what to do." Did ever mortal man spent and took several' bottles home with time it has been grown cooperativelyor ] never
strip ,planted to waving cane and we his touches the spot, like Black-
son, C. demons of Dunnellon. 0
have to solve T Beginning distributed in small lots for
so many problems can think of no better, way to Invest Mrs. Wade Harrell me. Well, it was just what I had been planting B Draught. I take it In broken
of
with the Mexican squabble, money and energy than ''in gettingcane Bradford, needing and four bottles put me In in many widely] separated sections dosea after meal. For a lone 0

s then the laisitanla, our entrance Into farms there after the crushing was here Thursday afternoon.Mr. first class condition, got me to whereI of the state a time I tried pills which grip a

the world war, the railroads, the Long, a drummer, was attending ,could eat like a wolf and feel fine Analysis From Station Bulletin a ed and didn't glre the goodresults. 0
plant has been secured for Starke. to business here Friday.J. Black-Draught liver
strikes, the profiteers, the peace conference afterward. I am still In the best of Napier Crass Green
a medicine Is easy toj take, easy .
> the reconstruction at homel! C. Cone and Will Andreu, of New health, but I always keep a bottle of Water ______________?-________6G.84 to Inexpensive."

Only a god could have decided wisely BROOKER River, spent Friday at the sand hills.: Tanlac] In the house just to keep on Ash _____________-...________ 2.68 a (ktpi package from yourdnixrist a

in all these matters, which had to'be E. T. Stewart spent the week-end the safe side." Protein. .___________.________ 3.58 a today-Ask for and a

decided quickly.] And from being Brooker, March 11.-Mr.and Mrs. with his family here, returning to Tanlac is sold] in Starke by Tur- Carbohydrates .. _-___________14.13 Insist upon The4for4'a-the a

praised and exalted all of a sudden G. B. Colson and son, Ressie, and Mr. Wllleford Tuesday morning.A. ner's Drug Store.-Adv. Fat ___________________.?___ .63 I only genuine. .

his glory vanished, his dearest hopes and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughterInez B. Surrency, of Pine Hill, was Fiber-_ ______________________13.24
were shattered, he was termed an autocrat spent ]last Thursday at Sampson here Saturday afternoon. '. BRADFORDBradford Napier Crass Hay -Get It today. -0-.,.

it was suggested that he lake fishing. Miss Edna Baxter spent the week-I Water _____________________ 9.35 DUae000DUUUBUY .

should resign, and the unpopularityof Mrs. Johnson has been very ill for end bere at the home of her parents, i March 11.-Mr."and/ Mrs i Ash .-------------,---------- 9.92

himself] and his administration was the past few days, but Is somewhat Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter. H. C. Edwards, of Palat1/, spent theweekend Protein ____________________11.38 -

shown by the phenomenally heavy improved at this writing.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Tyler and baby, of with relatives.] Carbohydrates ____________,46.02

.p. vote that went to the opposing partyon Lamb, of Worthington, was at Willeford, spent the week-end here. Sumner Andreu was a visitor to Fat ________________________ 2.15 GROCERIES and FEEDat

November 2nd. tending to business here Monday. .T. C. Hazen motored to Worthington Midway Sunday. Fiber -------------_______..,.26.20 I
\i; But men may come and men may Clyde Cone has been very ill for the Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. L. Willis was shopping 1n PRICES WHOLESALE PRICES

go, while history is immortal. An past few days with bronchitis but is Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was in Worthington .Thursday. Napier grass joints, $10 per thou-
old Scandinavian lard said: better at this writing.Dr. here Wednesday afternoon. N. G. Hayes attended the basket sand, $1.50 a hundred. W. tell direct le ye.; live nUllera profit sad

li Thy clans will go hence, Tribble, of LaCrosse was In Evan Hodge was In our town Wed- ball game at Lake Butler Saturday. Napier grass roots, $50 per thou- 'j being eat el Lift real diilrict cu ran JTOBJ r..
Order filled ...
nesday moacy. save day ree.I.
And die will thy kindred, our town Friday afternoon. afternoon. Seeber and Ercelle Edwards and sand, $0 a hundred. j

Die shalt thou also; Mr. and Mrs W. D.; Johns and son, Cephus llarrell, of Bradford, was sisters, Misses Eva and Ruby, were f. o. b. Brooklyn HERE ARE JUST A. FEW SPECIALS.

f But one thing I know that never dies, of Five Mile, were visitors to town here Sunday afternoon. visitors to Lake Butler Saturday. Come and see the grass growing In Larro Cow Feed $3.50Beet

d m''', Verdict over dead man. Saturday. Irvin Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was O. W. Barry was a business visitorto the fields.] I will ke glad to show you Pulp 2.90Shorb
in
town last week.
Dave Green of Pine' lilli in Wor;hlngton 'Thursday. around. 2.10Oat.
Years hence when the now separated was .
I Mall was
elements and conditions and puzzles town Monday. town Lynn, of Cooter Pond, In Mrs.! C. W. Edwards and little, L N..CABLE, "BROOKLYN, FLA. 2.15Rice

i throughout the world shall have been Miser Iva Colson and Willie Mae Tuesday attending to business. daughter, Corene, were shopping in Blue Rote 4.75
Mr. '
and Mrs. Stokes and child, of ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
' put in orderly array and studied, Oliver, of Pine 11111, spent the week- Willeford Lake Butler Monday.A In Circuit Court. State or Florida Eighth Corn 1.90
) perhaps Wilson's actions in most in- end here with relatives I { relatives., spent the week-end herewith surprise. party was very much cery.Judicial. Circuit' Bradford County In Chan- ,I Grita, Broeker. 2.25Meal

stances will be found to have been O. W. Thomas, of Pine Hill, was enjoyed at'the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Cable. : 2.25:
Lonnie and Linnie Parker of ZifT, W. H. Complainant.va .
Harrell
based on sound judgment, and even here Monday. attended B. Y. P." U. here Tuesday night in honorof I I F. O. B. Jacksonville
will Messrs. L. A. Brown, A. A., and B.: Sunday their daughter, Lucile. A large J. D. Thompson
now no one deny that he has always night. Defendant. Send for monnyMvlm price list(...1.. _.wnt'rrdesired
c been a friend to humanity. It F. Haeen, J. S. Forsyth spent Mondayin Miss Edyth crowd was present. ..If It appearing by affidavit appended to the .

+l in to be hoped that he will recuperatefrom Starke. for Okeechobee Warren, where left she last week C. M. Andreu and family attended' hilil1.d Thompson In the the defendant above stated therein caiue named that J.!I.D.a DANESE FEED & GROCERY CO. ,I
have
accepted -
the effects of years of killing Osgood Green, of Pine Hill, was Sunday school at Brooker Sunday af non-realdent of the State of Florida, and he 636 W. Forirth St. JACKSONVILLE
a position as teacher.A la a realdcnt Wuhlnvton..
1 ternoon. In the Dbtrlct
i work and that a long term of activity here Monday.' crowd from Alachua] were here of, Columbia; of the United Statea of America Near Union Station

i will be vouchsafed one who spends every i Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns spent last Thursday at the river fishing.
; hour in useful work. home of the letter's -
parents, Mr. and Mr. Bryan of Pine Hill, was in
,
Mrs W. S. Nabb. town Tuesday
I attending bpslness.
THE SUGAR CANE OUTLOOK Mrs. R. A. Weeks a .
spent Thursday The B. Y. P. U. has been selling

in Jacksonville. candy at 'G. B.. Colson's and B. F.Jlazen' .
'a Often in the past the Telegraph] has Mr. RUSH was In Worthington Wednesday store for the past two Sat .

urged its farmer readers to plant afternoon. urdays, meeting with great success. ATTEND OUR ;

1" more sugar cane, either to makeupinto Mr. Andreu, of New River,* was on Edd Lewis was in town one day last

syrup or sugar or to sell it in town Thursday afternoon. w ek. .. ,

the raw state. We have prophesiedthat Mrs. Frank Andreu, of New River, Mrs. E. M. Hazen was here Monday -*- w.4.

the time will come when one or spent Saturday here at the home of shopping.. "

more central sugar factories will be her son, S. V. Andreu. She was accompanied Lee Green was here Sunday afternoon '
-
'' established in Bradford county, and home by her granddaughter TIN CAN TOURISTJUBILEE

t recent developments have proved that Leila Mae Andreu. 'I M. A. demons was In the Pine Hill -,--" .
we were not a false However '
prophet.
II. P. Gainey spent Saturday In' section Monday afternoon.
since the sugar movement started Brooklyn] Section
I Foreman Boyles, of LaCrosse -
about three, years! ago, but little Mes rs. P. M. Barefoot and F B. '
I was in town Monday and
prevision was required to'see that Colson motored to Macclenny Saturday Tuesday doing work on this section.
t Bradford county would not be Ignor :
WEEK%
afternoon. SPECIALS
Mr
and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster] were I
ed1 by the
who
{ into 'cane companies are going Several of the folks enjoyed the out In the Pine Hill section Monday
growing and sugar makingon music at G. B. Colson's Saturday evening afternoon.
a large scale, for we have the land .
Chester and Reddish Andreu, of
for sugar cane and the men to'grow Sumner Andreu of New
River
It. Bradford was spent Sunday afternoon
in here Saturday afternoon. .

From the small cane acreage reported Seeber' Edwards of Bradford attended here.Mrs.. R. T. Osteen and Mrs. P. M. ,
b' in 1918-17,000 acres only in B. y P. .
U. here Sunday night.! Barefoot and daughter Inez were via I
t little patches-it is estimated that Mr. and Mrs E. T, Stewart and son, Itora to. Dvdan Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

last year the cane fields reached 70- Paul, spent Sunday with relatives at L. W. Sowell, of Alachua, Commencing 8:30 ,
000 acres, and the acreage is increasing Lake Butler spent one day of last week here with MONDAY. 14th

by l leaps and bounds. Of the M. A. demons has moved his family relatives. .

three largest companies( now operating in the Lynn cottage, recently va- Mr. Clark, of Starke, was here last

in Florida our farmers are most cated by Mrs. Roberts. I week repairing stoves, .

1 ly interested In the United Sugar Mr. and Mrs L. W .Sowcll, of Ala- Mrs Jno. Shrlver was in Gainesville Attend; the Jubilee by .

Company, which has begun the buildIng chua, passed thrugh here Sunday en- last Tuesday shopping. stopping att '

te of a million dollar sugar mill at route to Dedan. Sunday school] every Sunday at the '

Palatka. As the G. S. &: F. railway, Miss Mary Mott, of Hague, was in Free Will Baptist church at 3:30.: and Gainesville

which enters Bradford county near Its town Monday morning. at the Missionary church.at 4 o'clock .
northwest corner and ]leaves it near G. B. Colson and Lewis Shriver t'

Its. southeast corner, and being con spent last Tuesday in Gainesville. Mr R., C. King TelU a Wonderful t- .. i J"ft'.jr'ft'I. "r 1.\;) : "" ..

\ nected with other railways traversing'the Several families from here attended Story About Rats Reed It. ', ;. v \I

county terminates in Pal atka, church at New Hope Sunday, "For months my place was alive 1 .., \: ." ," '; ",

shipment of cane to that city wouldbe R. A. Weeks who has been suffering with rats. Losing chickens, eggs, feed .' .:!'I+"- 1-. ...

a simple] matter enough, when our for several weeks with his eyes, Friend told mats try RAT SNAP. I . '. "t r.>' '

farmers are induced to supply cane was In Jacksonville ]last week for did. Somewhat disappointed T
first

for But' the things factory.have shaped themselves treatment. .'few not days seeing didn't:' many see dead a live rats one.but at'What In a" .' THE WILSON CO.L T" :\t :

.till better. The company referred Ask Your Soldier Boy How "Coot I..." I were not killed are not around my ..
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to, recognizing Bradford's immense Got Such a Hold | place. RAT SNAP sure does the trick. t.I .: .
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cane': producing capacity has sent a Hell Ml you that the battlefields 3 sizes, 86c, 65c, $1.25..Sold and guaranteed Quality a Service .>"..J;:.;' I

a, representative to Starke to engage: of Europe were swarming with rats, by D. C. Jones, Starke.Adv.No {

all t the cane that can be grown for ,, which carried the dangerous vermin I GAINESVILLE "

sale] ,; with the understanding that ItI I' and cdusod our men misery. Don't lot Worm la a Healthy ChildAll : .. FLORIDA h

will erect a crushing plant in Starke. rats bring disease! into your home. children troubled nil Worms hare an uafcealibroolor. i '. ..E \ i
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.) As cane juice quickly sours, it means When you see the first one get RAT ......, there to.man which or Indicate lee ancnach poof blood dla_.oda.a__ .II \ toO We prepay all express charges. .. 'O! "i",..1, "',,''", \, :. ',

r that it will have to be boiled to some, SNAP. That will\ finish them quick. 6R Vl'S: TASTELESS!: CHILL TONIC Slvea" ./Ji, '*:M! 11 ** \ J.n. .,. '.
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extent, at least, before being shipped Three sizes 35c, 65c, 125. Sold and bndaed' fcetwoceUireeweeka,_ will earIcIa the blood, .Itee" .n.< .. nd."r"I .4.-, .,, .. ..tr. ""' '' ., ',

t to the Palatka factory, or perhaps be /guaranteed by D., C. Jones, Starke.- .nh*Toole to||M to..40gneat.aa-aJIicreDc Nature will then. >!-. '<,!IM..U",, '''ter.{. '' ',-.,' .,:, a .", \ : ",'to} ,' e e
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FRIDAY.. MARCH U, 1921. BRADFORD _,COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. '.
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made*the trip by automobile, and were lies seized all the money In the cashboxes I Ii
seed peanuts. W. offer for ,
"i accompanied as far a* Gainesville byJ. of the custom houses on the prompt.
acceptance and cash with
i order the
T. Quigley, and as far as Sanford French and JJUgian frontiers. Tho N. C. or Florida Runner seed

(( Bits of LocalInformation I by E. K. Perryman. Mr. Scott and total amount, which has not boon announced "true 6NN I at ft. per bushol ((4e per peanuts Ib)- ,

ister are recent graduates of the B. will be turned over to the put up in new sack I. o. b. Lowell,

t H. S. and reflect credit on this institution reparation commission. I \MEfip I Fla. 11. T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fla.

of learning. The announced t 17tf.ttTAX.
J1 II censorship In Gen I _.
eral Dogoutte's ,proclamation applies
Mrs. R. M. and Mrs. L. G.
Boyd
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Znw..rwly OmrChesley l..b. s..Ae..ITry I only to local publications. The censorship BOOKSWill
w a. W Cuse r a.* Tear Powell will leave today for Citra, fora is ; I
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visit with relative paid to be intended only to LJ I 7w
prevent propaganda which! mightprove close April 1st. If convenient,
L
... _ .. W'" please It will be
- -- now.
.we w dangerous for the troops of oc pay impossible

" }Fogg of Graham, was In Banker N. T.; pitch has made a Royal A son George was Friday.born to Mr. and Mrs. cupation. The proclamation informed ,' to do all the work at one time.

I town Monday. lawn of St. Augustine grass in front the populace of Dusscldorf that the PRINTED Thank E. W JlA YES, ..
"o of his handsome villa on North Wal- army of occupation would hinder business 3- -3t. Tax Collector.
ALLIED TROOPS OCCUPY GERMAN -
J. S. Griner, of Melrose, was in nut street. The parkway lias also TERRITORY as little a* possible. With regard Booklets and

. Starke Monday. been planted with this grass. to the giving up of arms with- Circulars wIll i 1 CATTLE DIPPING NOTICE I
in twelve hours, the proclamation announced ifi
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"MARY'S ANKLE" packed DuiBelwnrf, Germany, March 8.- a penalty comprising a fine Sell Your Goods I I There will ,. I
Mis Helen PIKE spent the. week- French and British airplanes flew over be a mooting at the dip !
full of laughter real and imprisonment for failure to I ping i
comply vat
a comedy Tuesday, March 161 t h. for
end in Jacksonville.Rev. Dusseldorf this afternoon, while .
Com 1'0
drama. Today (Friday) Gaiety. allied troops, with machine guns were I the purpose of cleaning out, filling
The French UsrENTAWORD i I and charging same. This vat' is located
this
troops morning be-
E. D. Boyer, of Lawtey, wasa Easter I taking positions on the bridges and I on the HoBsont land, southeast J. j
comes early this year-on gan opening soup kitchens in the '
visitor to Starke Monday. i roads and in the important factories.The poor of Staike.' All cattle '.
March 27th. Easter hat to suit every quarters of the city, where they found owners are requested .
_ I inhabitants of the city .bad not to be present.
Me e *W >> HMH> H t
taste and every purse will be plen- real suffering. Tho security police, _
Garcia de Ora Perfecto Grande : been prepared by the newspapers for R. D. Bower, L. V. Moore Committee -
tiful with those of merchants numbering will '
i our who I 1,100 be reduced tomorrow I
the determination of the allies to ;2-25-8t.;
occupy -
size all dealers. 24tf.
JOe at
',. deal i in millinery. additional territory and were : to 300. 'f .

R. O. Gnann and family have moved Scott's Greater. Shows made a rush- surprised this morning at daybreakto Gen. Gaucher this morning receivedthe Luke RMIjr Say. "The Rat Died ,lie- :
see Rhine boats mooring north and notables of the town, and told :11'forf'
; e back to their farm.at Hawthorne. ing business here all last week. As Reaching the River"t t
them that the conditions of
south of the city :loaded with troops CK't'uf'a'tlon
carnivals go it was one of the best would be lenient "Since moving near the river two
as -
has and war material as was compatible
Leo from a that has ever visited Starke. It wentto year ago, we've, always used RAT e
with
f British tank and cavalry landed! security. Among the first ,
and ,pleasure to Jackson SNAP. Watched vicious '
business try Madison from here. a water rat,
ville., """ -". to the north and French artillery and caller on the French cammandantwere FOR SALE-Two good horses, best nibbling at RAT SNAP outside the \
engineer landed to the couth of the the representatives of the labor stock. Sam
We do not get our business by Apply Rosenberg, house. About IB minutes later he .
unions
Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake knocking our merchant neighbors city. The Anglo-French force massed who informed Gen. Gaucher Starke. 3-11-tf. darted oft for the water, to cool hili

Butler, had legal business in Starke we get it from fair, square dealing. around Dusseldorf, while' Belgian that they had rejected the proposed burning stomach, but ho died before

Monday. Peoples Grocery Co. infantry, which had concentrated yes- general strike and that they considered FOR SALE-Refrigerator good as reaching it." Three sizes, 86c, 65c, '

terday at Crefeld, crossed the bridge the occupying force not as enemies new, solid porcelain lined, holds CO $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.

Phone 13 for fresh, clean, sanitary into the center of the city. but rather as' "bailiffs who have pounds of ice, cheap for cash. This Jones, Starke.-Adv.
C. S. Meal 7 per cent bright a.1 $2.15 to I
come collect a legal debt. office: 8-ll-2t.
meats, : Peoples Grocery Co. The allied quartermasters have ask. -
bag at Peoples Co. - -
per Grocery
ed the mayor to give them possession A number of the inhabitants Interrogated f

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brinson and lit Miss Anna Canova Is expected home of certain schools, beside the bar today mostly gave the opinion STOLEN-From front of my residence -

tle daughter, Patsy, spent the week last of the week from Jacksonville, racks and railway station, which have that Dr. Simons, the German foreign one Columbia "boy y lo," Income Tax Returnsa
secretary should have large size, three wheels" one pedal
end at Fiftone. where she has been on an extended not yet been occupied. accepted the
decisions of the Paris reparation con off. Reward for recovery by F. F. SpecialtyTwo
.. visit to her aunt, Mrs. Herbert Wells. -
See "MARY'S ANKLE"Gal- Miss Canova has been delightfully en Berlin, March 8.-The Berlin newspapers ference. Stump, Starke.

ety Theatre tonight (Friday). tertained by friends whilein the city. today discuss quietly the FOR RENT-:.Completely furnished, year in Government Service. .... I't
breaking, off of the London reparation WANTED $10.000 FOR EAR AND Charges quoted on application.
three on' first
P. A. Crosby, a well known mer- negotiations. They'are virtually unanimous COLLAR BONE; GETS $500 connecting rooms
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jennings have floor, bath, Bleeping porch and all
chant, ,of Brooker, had business in in describing the enforcementof Hollis T. Pope
arrived in' Starke from Bradentown.Mr. modern convenience Garage on "
Starke Monday. the penalties as a violation of the Andrew J. Cain of Maxville, Gets
Jennings represents the well place. Mr*. S. F. Hamrick, StarkeIt. 425 Graham Bid Jacksonville F
Versailles peace treaty. At the same $250 For Each Member f1 uj
.known firm of Weishaar & Co. Chicago ,
Chickens and egg wanted.. J. F. time they advise the populace to meet I, .
and will buy strawberries for l I
**-BB B (BBMMMMM Beei HWe e> Be H*>>**WlB>> M*>
Kickliter. 2-18-tf. the coming events with composure.The .
them.A Andrew J. Cain, of Maxvllle yes
SALE comb white
Deutsche Aligemeine Zeitung, FOR -Single leghorn See '
terday was awarded''a judgment in .
Mrs. Aquilla Williams, of AJa chug, organ of Hugo Stlnnes, the capitalist, egg for setting, from heavy
chapter of Children of the Con- the sum of $500 by a jury in the cir
Is her mother Mrs. A. M. : laying strain. $1.60 per setting of G. C.
visiting' says DriggersLAKE
C federacy was organized last Tuesday cuit court.' Cain sued C. A. Pringle, 15 egg. Delivered by parcel post.
Pettit. afternoon under the management: of "Germany's proposals were reject. also of Maxvllle'alleglng that on the J. S. McCormick Raiford, Fla.
Mrs L. G. Powell and Mrs. J. M. ed with cold scorn before the allies night of December 25 Pringlo attacked 3-4-12t-6-20" BUTLER, FLA.
J. L. Simmons has started a plumbIng Brownlee. took the trouble to examine them in him and smashed his collar bone e.iOR .

shop in the building formerly used detail. The French now have the opportunity and bit his ear ,*; Agent

by Dr. Freeman as an office.. CIGARS--If you smoke cigars, why under pretext,of enforcingthe Cain In his suit sought "95,000 for : SALE-Georgia raised runnrv VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS

not get the best. Call for GARCIAde penalties of taking possession of the damaged and peanut seed, 90 cent per bushel. ,
ear for
; $5,00 the
Allan Beck, who has recently moved ORA, lOc, at all dealers. A mild Germany's coal, settling themselves smashed collar bone. The jury awarded White Spanish, EC per pound, f. o. For all kind oi Tombstone and M.nnnenti. -<

!here; with his parents from Indiana full Havana Filler. 2-4-tf. in the Ruhr region and taking the $250 for the ear and $250 for the b.teed Lake Park, Ga. Quality guaran- A postal card addressed to mat .
or refunded. F. M.
has entered the high school. first steps in their plans of destruc- collar bone.Attorneys. White &: money Son. 2-ll-8t : Lake Butler, Fl., will bring me Ie M

Auto and auto painting. M. The W. C. T. U. will give a dues tion. But they ,soon will learn that for the defense announced FOR SALE-N.' C. or Florida Runner :your door with information nod price

Leviton tops Starke. 1119tf. paying reception at the home of Mr. these measures are as of little use to yesterday that they would make a

and Mrs. John Uglow .this afternoon them as the rest of civilization. Ger- motion for a new trial.-Times-Union,

Louis H. Hill, the Lawtey real* estate from four to six o'clock. The Invita- many can confidently await the tide Thursday. STRAWBERRY PLANTS '

man, was transacting business tion list includes all members of the of events, relying on the righteousness

in Starke W. C. T. U. and a number of their of her cause." ,

Monday. friends.; The Germania says: FARMERBROWN Missionary and Klondyke '
placed'the
"The conference true
Full line of groceries and they'are
I Co. Few bags Irish potato seed left, sentiments of the entente in the right; -
fresh.- Peoples Grocery lots.as:
going at $5.25 per bag. Peoples Grocery light, and this led to a'most ruthless For the land sakes, I do wonder $4.00 per 1000 $3.75 in 10,000 fine as grow.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Branning.xof Co. violation of defenseless Germany fora where that man Brown isT Here I've Send for my 1921 catalog, describing 40 other varitiei.

Atlanta, spent Monday with his aunt, mere nothing." been alone all day and he I Is gallivanting

Mrs. J. W. Morgan. We have received the first numberof VorwaerU and Die Freiheit, both around down at Starke talking J. KEIFFORD HALL

the Parish Messenger, publishedby socialist organs, see in the breakingoff with DeWitt C. Jones, or watching

Just arrived new lot of Whitman's Rev. H. H. Black, Lawtey, in the of the negotiations "a victory for the folks on the streets. There he RHODESDALE, MD.

Sampler and other candies, at lower interest of the Grace M. E. church of the capitalists over reason" and consider comes,fowl) .

prices. Scott Drug Co. that town. It is intended to make' the coercive measures ,the limit I Brown, where for the land Rakes, >

the world better and seems to fill its of the allies' economic and political have you been all the time? i BBBBB BBBI*)B He> B aBBa M eivvMHBMBBV>eB BB ViBB V VWMve BV* HB>eV a>M> >*"">"'> ** B *HBBIB> ejBIBBBBIIHBB:

Mrs. L. R. Chace spent a few daysof purpose. impotence and perplexity. The Volks Well 'Samantha, I went over to are! i

last week at Pablo Beach, -to Inspect Zeitung expresses the opinion that the Mr. Smith about some hogs and a* I GENERAL INSURANCE

her property at that resort.. Douglas McLean and Doris answer of Premier Lloyd George to was so near Starke thought would i

}May are the featured stars in the German proposal implies that run over and see DeWitt C. Jonen. I HAROLD C. WALL

Mr. and Mr. Paul E. Canova and "MARY'S ANKLE" at the Gaiety I he would like to negotiate further about some repairs for my plow 'and I

little daughter. Eunice," and Mrs. E. E. Friday night. Don't miss it. while Germany is under the pressure some other thing" .

Canova, spent Friday in Jacksonville. of the penalties. The entente would I Say, Samantha, you'd' !better net STARKE FLORIDAFIRE

If you find your paper stopped, it -have lost nothing in prestige if it had tight on this farm when I'm gone or, LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE

Horace Wilson and Carr Colley, is for failure to renew your subscription supported the original provisional that man Inman will have it sold ,

with a couple of friends from the although the date following your proposals, said the Volks Zeitung. right( from under us. He' selling

University of Florida Gainesville, address MOWs when your' subscription Theodore Wolf in the Tageblatt declares farm and town property to beat the . '_ -- 4'

spent the week-end at home. expires, and you have been notified that Germany by her last offer band. He sold Dad Fling's fine bung

of it besides. The Telegraph is showed even auicidal willingness for alow before he knew it but Dad don't

Hay, grain: sweet feeds all at Peoples cash in advance, $2 per year. an understanding. The Boersen Courier worry as usual, and the man he sold '

Grocery Co. Prices right. asks whether the end has come or to is another live wire-a Major

C Have decided to sell that nice pairof whether the negotiations will be con Beck from Indiana, and *o they come. Do You Bank By Mail?

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stevenson, of mules. If you want good guann'teeJ tinued under the application of yet Mr. Inman and the newcomers are all ,

Pittsburg, Pa., are guests of their stock at a bargain, see me,quick. stronger: coercive measures helping DeWitt C. Jones to boost the

son, Henry L. Stevenson, at RisingPecan J. Canova.. 342t. The Boersen Zeitung says perhaps town and Bradford county. Now ,

Farm.S. it would be a good: thing if in the next things' will move. Inman is a big
Horace Wilson came up from the few week it I is made clear that "our asset to the, county. lIe I III bringing There are many of our customer whom we ;' .
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M. Carver, a well known citizenof University of Florida and spent the billions will not flow more quickly people here, selling them property and rarely ever ee. Some of them we never have i
the Western part of the county, weekend with his parents, Mr. and I
I because Germany' empty pockets, into every new farmer that comes makes
had business before the boards Mon- Mrs. E. Wilson.. lie was accompanied which Mr. Lloyd George declared more business for DeWitt C. Jones een.

day. by his friends, Alex White and he desired ,to look, are now forcibly hardware store'and all other business These customer make frequent deposits 'r
Messrs. Geiger and Lynhart. Alex houses. DeWitt .

.H. W. Raiford, the founder of the White and his parents lived In Starke opened. business is picking.:Jones up fast tells for me all the his but send them by mail. They may live many,

fast growing town of his name and for a number of years, moving from jfrusscjdorf, M'cl; ;' 0.-The most lack times. He has the, hardware many mile from Starke'but Uncle Sam' pot- .

Miss Perry, his sister-in-law, were 'here to Tampa in 1912, and Mr. White conspicuous evidence of the occupation I right on hand and the newcomers do al service makes it convenient for them to \ I

visitors to Starke Saturday. has many friends here who were gladto of Dusneldorf. are two British not have to go to Jacksonville to get bank with u*. I "

see him. tanks standing at the Hlndeburg wall! their supplies to start with when I .u.
that
Wanted-Everybody to know near the Rhine, around which crowds they get here. They can buy a* cheapor We promptly acknowledge receipt of all deposit 'j
the Peoples Grocery Co. is owned and The Starke Lath Co. Is busy making 1
gathered today. Yesterday's Inter- cheaper than in Jacksonville and ,
Moore. lie Is able crates for strawberries, cabbage, corn received by mail and render monthly i
Aubrey
managed by tan
est in the arrival of the allied troops get; plows,' cultivators, fertilizer .
to fair always. 'etc. They are introducing a new statement, thus enabling depositor to keep .
treat you had largely diminished today, the inhabitants distributor,, rakes, hoe, forks, all I
strawberry crate having upright slats close check their
'
showing mostly what General kinds of plow and other repairs and on account
who is at- frame, instead of being Inside .
Miss Josephine Brinson and the
Gaucher termed "benevolent in In
fact anything they want at right
tending the Woman's College at Tallahassee of the crate is outside. This difference." prices for the home or farm. StarkeIs I If it is not convenient for you to call on us

.pent several days this week makes a much stronger box, and as An effective Installation of the customs coming right to the front and *o Is regularly why not try banking-by-mail? You j'
Mr. !Mrs. T. A. touch the air circulates J
and ,
with her the slats cannot
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parents
regime on the Rhine and along DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store. will be pleased with our service.
the I
Brinson. freely between packages. the 1 i. ,I
allied frontiers still waiting on '
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Being easier to make it is also cheaper BATTERY ; ; 'i
SERVICE
the decision of the allied governmentsas
Farmers[ get your hydrated lime at than the old form. I to the df'talls'of application. The .j.jC j jI

Peoples Grocery Co., price $20 per first real cash payment on reparations! Save money by having your batteries t.1 .I
ton. Peoples Grocery have added to their recharged. We are prepared ;
was collected yesterday when the al- I
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-- grocery store a new meat market) and to do this on short ;notice and j BANK OF STARKESTARKE

How's This? will have the choicest Western meats ,I No Worn In a Healthy Cblld 'II i I cheaply. If you\ can't bring the batteries I
RALX/fl MEDICINE willdo times. Call 13 for fresh menu. I I send and
CATARRH Catarrh or at all AUoaUdfen troubled" with Worm have *o ua- I them by parcel post, FLORIDA I
what we claim for It-cure I
JJeafne. caused by Catarrh. We do not health,cator.which Indicate poor blood and a*a we wilt mail them to you recViargod.
other dlHeuM' W. A. Scott and sister, Miss DorIs i rule there U more or 1 eee stomach disturbance.GROVE'S The best brand of new batteries for
CIlT..t8"Ul'H Is a '
liquid, taken Internally MEDICINE and art. through Scott, left Saturday for Oxteen Vo- tor two TASTELESS er three: week CHILL will TONIC.arkbthe tfvra blood M ularly ,. sale bySTARKE, I Uuder State Supervision

the ilood upon the muoou. surfaces of lusla county, where they go tty Impdo e th.dl.eabnsad' _..*e"oer.ISuimgtb. I I VULCANJZIN 'WORK'S';
the system. thus reducing the 'InflRmma- Scott ....In.Tonic to the. whole.,,M n. Nature will then
", tlon ana reetortnc normal conditlonaAll I the school, Mr. as throw on a diesel. lbs worms.and thpCbed" wft I.>* 311.2t'R.. Burrows, ;Prop. I
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Druse-lit Circular free.F. and Miss Doris as assistant to perfect h-' a. Pteaeaai la tae..tWfierUXU*. I IL
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1 r til the last lux!'' 1 'ng:' train for the any h8 hlmo "W1ITiiiI'/'ulL' T6B ire I. then i toli eh7 aT,01i1"It. l aou'i mean"tohe : wig 'rill WiffJrn Thirty -flays, a!" extension

|5 bad lieen hauled out.to make room. happy wltb It 'until I was 'elected Impertinent be added! with a could readily be arranged.

( "Why not switch back with the niBvor." gracious smile "but the fact Is I noticed "Any "wltne/WB; .

mogul after the log train has been "Tou forget our social position, my that windbag Ogllvy entering "I am not such a. fool sir" Pound-

r hauled out on the main line?" Brycedemanded doer," she purred sweetly.He your office In the city hall the other stone declared with asperity "I had

TTieVALLEY pointedly.I'enningtnh could have struck her "Hang a afternoon and I couldn't help wonderIng a notion-I might as well admit It-

\ however, was not your social posItion" he gritted savagely whether bIll visit was social or of tdat you would have serious objectionto

trapped., "Sly dear fellow" he replied "Shut 'up. will you? Social flclnl." having jour tracks'cut by a Jump-

4 potl'onlzlng'Y."qlllt' ImpotslMe, I assure position In a sawmill town I Dam "Social!' -so far as I could observe" crossing at B and'Water streets." And

4I you. That old trcetje across' the mlt you'll drive me crazy yet," Pound- Pounrlftone replied truthfully. wander for no reason' In life except to justify

creek' my buy-It hasn't been lookedat stone gurgled, and subsided.The Ins.: Just how tyuch Pennlnglon" knew himself rind Inculcate In Pennlugton

of the for )'E'or"While I'd send. the light Pennlogton butler, a very superior "Preliminary to the official visit I an Imprenslon that the latter was dealing

I switch-engine over It and have no person opened the door.. The rtnre .say" with a' crafty and fat,-seeing

GIANTS'en1PEIaR fears" Poundstones entered At the entranceto The Colonel puffed/! thoughtfully fora mayor, Poundstone smiled boldly and

"I happen to know. Colonel, that the the living. room the butler anJwiIJau- lille-for which the Dln'orfa.. knowingly. tie leaned back nonchalantly

Mg mogul kicked' those tints In to load grateful since It provided time In and blew smoke at the ceding

the rails ,I" which to organize himself.. Suddenly; "Ton oily rascnl' I" Pennlngton soliloquized.

"I know It. And what happened however Peunlngton turned towardhIs "You're a smarter man than I

B. KYNE Why that old trestle. squeaked and : guest rind fixed the latter wIth a thought You',:,! trying to play both

r hook and gave every evidence of being serious glance ends against the middle." lie recalledthe t
Anthot of
"Cappy Kick*" about )o buckle In the center. My "I hadn't anticipated discussing tale report of hits private detective and t

F i 1 I Ill engineer threatened to quit If I sent mritter with you I'oundstoue. and you the Incident of Ogllvy's visit to

y him In again./ IIIUM forgive me for It; but the fact I II II young Henry Poundstone's omce with

/a "Very well. I suppose I'll have to might as well he frank with you- 4 small leather ling; he was more

xzxxxxxzxzxxxxzxxxzxxJ C wait" until the switch-engine comes U// .: I sm .very greatly; Interested In the than ever convinced that this bag had

Copyright i"etar B- Itpe out of the shop," Bryce replied resignedly operation of this proponed railroad. If contained the bribe In gold (coin u

i and hung up. He turned a T It Is built. It will have a very distinct which had been productive of that

SYNOPSIS.CHAPTER troubled face to Ogllvy. "Check- I, effect on my finances." temporary franchise and .the verbattlodel'lltandfDa

mated 'I" be announced. "Whipped to "In Just what \\IIY'" for Its. possible exten1 1

L-Pioneer la the California a frarzte. The colonel Is lying Buck, "Disastrous." atolL "
t4woe4 resloo, John Cardlfmn. at forty and I've caught him at 1C As a matter ta "1 am amazed Colonel. "01111') did business with yon

..'.n. of I* mllla the leading cltlMo of Bequola.el of fact I the mogul didn't kick those "You wouldn't be If you had given' the through your son Henry be chal
,
ahlpa, and
many acres
Kier a wWowae-after three years at flats In at all. The swltcli-onglne did subject very close consideration. Such lenged. Poundstone started violently F

aTTo.BaAtgao father of two-d.yo d '-and I know It Now I'm going to a road as the N. C.eO contemplate "How much did Henry get out of Itr t a

"You Kill H..m Yourself, 110... send a man over to snoop around Pen- will\ IIIP" about one-third of the redwood Fennlngton continued brutally.

CHAPTER nAt fourteen Bryce makas mail being last night}" Dlngton's roundhouse and verify his belt only while a line built from "Two hundred and fifty dollars retainer
the acquaintance of BhlrUjr gunner, a via. the south will\ two-thirds of It The and not a cent more." Pound-
I about the switch-engine being tap ,
for to Sequoia, and bis Junior by a few "Why I feel pretty fine, Shirley. report
1 feara, Together tbay .Ie U: the Valley of think It did me lot of good to crawl !In the shop"ite remaining third can be tapped' by an stone protested virtuously-and truth.

,|bte bo test eon..., aaorad th. burtat to John place Cardigan of Bry.and.'. out of my shell last night. did IIG. Half an hour Inter the extension of my own logging road I fully. '

saotboTt !54 part with mutual ......'- "Tou feel encouraged to go on living messenger returned with the Information when my own timber Is logged. / out "You're not so good a business man

CHAPTER eh," that not only was the switch-en will want other business for my road, .a I gave you credit for being" the
Ill-WhlU Bryce to at oollae and If the N. C. O. It I will\ Colonel retorted mirthfully "Two hundred
John Cardigan meets with heavy "Tes." gine not In the shop. but her firebox parallels
buatneae. 10_. and for the drat Urns ..... bad been overhauled the week'be- be left with two streaks of rust on my and fifty dollars I Oh Lord!
"And fighting .
tba future with uue rtalutlr.
.R t 4 "By all means." ford, and was reported to be In ex. hands," Foundstone, you're funny Upon my

t CHAPTER rv.-After araduatlon from Then something has occurred of cellent condition "Ah. I perceive. So It will so It Colonel
t eon..... and a trip abroad IIry Carat- wIlU"
Iran cones home. On tha train hat meetahlrlay late to give you new courage?" "That settles It, Buck Ogllvy
Bunnar. on bar way to Sequoia M* "Oh, many things. By the way, Shirley i mourned. "The Colonel !Is as suspicious You agree with me, then Pound. hearty laugh. "You call It a retainer"
loaka bar bona there with stone, that the N. C. O. Is not he
designed continued presently "but a grand
1 t Col. Pannlngton. Bryce laarne thatfaher. you may Inform your uncle at I as a rhino. He doesn't know anything "May Poundstone and Mrs Powe.
". .. the to foster the best Interests of the Jury might call It something else. However
eyesight b. failed and that OoLrennlnf breakfast Friday morning. about my but he smells danger Just some. tone.." \
ton l. seeking to taka advantage community. Of course you do. I takeIt. ." he& went on after a slight pause'
Buck. S_ he Is delaying
1, : tba old man'. bualneei misfortunes. connection with the N. O. O. In fact "Exactly. nounced "Mayor Pound-
sonorously :
therefore
that when the N. C. O
I think It would be far better for you the frame until he can learn something "
111'.
and Poundstone.
CHAPTER V.-ln tha Valley of the stone applies for Its franchise to run through
do definite. He drummed Idly on his ,
made
If you It a point to BO. "
Qlanta young Cardigan flnda a tree felled. "Glad to sea you aboard tile ship, Sequoia\ neither you nor your city ,
desk for several mlnotes. Then: [
eUrecUy acroee bl. mothei-a Brave Indi "Why <
with his
o.Uonsare that It waa out down to ...,u.. "Because both Ogllvy and myself "Buck, can run a locomotive" Colonel Penntngten boomed coullI'llJ1\ consider the propositionat .
I the burl, and evidence. .....m. to chow thatFanntngtoo you best air of hearty expanslvenesa. all." r,
and hie ._.-bo... Julea have a very strong au.plctou'tllat your "With one hand old man""Fine "
he leading
well continued
"Well 'of
? Rondeau ara Implicated In tba outrage.CHAPTER uncle has a detective or two on our business! Well I guess we'llput "I cannot course, speak for thecity l'
Mrs. Pouild tone to a divan In front of t'ouncllPoundstone began, but
trails. I uncle will learn In that crossing tomorrow nlgUt.
: VIDlnlng with Colnlngton . Judge your
the fire, "this ls certainly delightful.My Pennlnjrton's cold amused smile }
and hie niece, Bryoe Onda thapaneled today .that you dined with Ogllvy, The switch-engine be In the round- froze
; niece be down In two shake
loom with redwood burl, conflrrnle will further utterance,
f diplomaticoway. Pennlnston'a. bun Molra and me last night""Oh house at Pennlngton'a mill tomorrow of a lamb's talL Have a cigarette, Mr. "lie frank with me, Poundstone. i '"
; a unperoelvad by dear! That's terrible. Hecould night, so we can't steal that ; but we '
1.l', tI,. two men declare war, her steal the mogul. I'll Just send Poundstone. am not a child. What I would like to 'J1
sense distress. can
In the midst of the commonplace know Is this: will\ you.exert every effort
"
/ CHAPTER VII.-pennlr.gton. ..Iu.... to "Ashamed of having been seen In my word up to my woods boss not to to such Shirley
chatter Incident occasions
'
to block that franchise' In the firm
\ renew his lorrlnc contract with the Cardigan company, eh?" have his train loaded when the mogul ;
., believing. hi. action mans bankruptcy entered the room ; and the Colonel conviction that by so doing you will\
t' for the latter. Bryce forcea Ron.I "Flease don't. Are you quite serious comes up late tomorrow afternoon to entertain the r
her to guests.went .
deau to ..onte.. he felled. the tree In the In this matter?" haul It down to our log landing. Of leaving accomplish :a laudable public service?
Valley of the Olante, at Pennlngton'a or- to a small sideboard In one corner Poundstone squirmed "When 1 J \ I
I der. After punlihlng the man Bryoa "Quite. course the enlne crew"won't botherto .' ,
and forth the "matel1 .III
brought ,
.' i aria him at Col. Peuntngton' who, with "Uncle Seth will think It so--sostrange. run down to Sequoia for the night have had time to look Into the matter
, as he Jocularly termed them. James I "
." ';"that le. they won't run the mogul more thoroughly-
I order Bryce to leave. her. and forget thalr "He'll probably tell you about It. down. They'll Just leave her at our appeared like magic with a tray "Tut-tut my dear man 1 Lot us not
frlendehlp. Ha leaves, but rafuaee tit ao- glasses and tiny serviettes, and tbeColonel' straddle the fence. Business Is a
oept dlamlaial.CHAPTER Better beat him to the Issue by 'fesslng log landing all night and put up tof
elixir was passed to the company -
and In Nelthei
game, so politics.
up, Shirley. Doubtless his suspicionsare the night. at our camp" r
; VT Returning to Sequoia, already aroused and If Inform "But how do know they will put knows any sentiment Suppose ;you
yon :
yon
tha train on which Bhlrley, her uncle, andttryoe "Dee-llcious," murmured Mrs. Pound-
should favor this N. O.
O. crowd In
t him know I the real builder i a
ara traveling, breaks away from that you am up at your camp all night Bryce
the locomotive, and Bryce, who could haveaeoaped stone. "Perfectly dee-llclons. And not mistaken Idea that were doing the
you
of the N. 0. 0.. bell think you're a "My men will\ make them comfort *
.
at th. rt.k of hie life cute out I strong !I""lIave > right and that
thing
the oabooee and eavee them from certain smart woman and that you've been able, and It means they can lie abed another." her ho..tlultl'este4. subsequently .
"- ath being painfully Injured la doing en.k hospitable numnerlexs fellow-citizens developedthe
doing a little private gum-shoe work: until seven o'clock Instead of having
and he poured It. quite oblivions
k CHAPTER XII."Buck" Ugiivy. a. of your own on behalf of the Lacuna to roll out at five o'clock which wouldbe of the frightened wink which l len that you had\ not done your
builder of the projected Northern Call Grande Lumber company""Which the case If they spent the night at public duty. Would some of them not
,
""I l fornla A Oregon railroad meete Moira the m telegraphed his wife. Pound- be to Invoke
likely recall election
McTavlsh and .la much Impreaend Hryce Is exactly what .I have been I, this end of the line. There Is 'slight stone pnvged to his rather nebulous a
and hie: father make plane for securing afranolilee doing she reminded him. grade at our log landing. I know and retire you and your city councll-
for the line from the city .gods that Mrs. P.. would not discuss disgrace?"
.' council "I know. But then, I'm not afraidof that because the air leaked out of dnrlftg
automobile the dinner.Alas .
"I could
doubt
If
defeat
they me,
yon. Shirley-that Is any mare. i the brakes on a log train I was on a I The Colonel's cocktails were "
Colonel.
r CHAPTER X.-Hurnanun ogtivy. ran. And after I'll not be and the train
14 Friday morning short time ago ran "You're Not In Politics for Your
road fortified but for all that
I. contractor and Bry. college friend. not 'unduly "I have no such doubt Pennlngton
e I. decided. on by the Cardlgana ae the afraid of your uncle." away with'me.. Now the engine crew the two which Mrs Poundstone had Health." .
man to figure a. the. builder. of the pro "I ft'fIIIII! If I were a conspirator." I will set the airbrake on the mogul replied pointedly.
r ppeed railroad Dry_ goee to Ban Fran assimilated contained Just sufficient
V' ,, ....00 to meet. him. "I believe you are one. Your dlcto-I and leave her with steam up to throb "kick:" to loosen the lady's tongue Poundstone looked up at him from "you're not In politics for your health;

i'r CHAPTER XI.-Ogllvy ontentatloualy. graph has arrived. Shall I send GeorgeSea aU night; they'll not blow her down without thickening It. Consequently, under towered lids. "Is that a no let's get down tq brass tacks How ,
... Otter with It? And have work her threat he demanded tremulously much do want to the N. C. O.
r { ..In. work of eurveylnir for the line over you for that would mean firing about the time the "piece de resist you deny 1

t . route which, I le Pennlngton.announced ae vaguely apropoeedthrough alarmed, da- I somebody to Install It?", In the morning. Our task. Buck will ance" made Its appearance she threw "My dear fellow) Threaten my not only an extension of that temporary '

h, .,ICI... to block operations by making It 1mK "Oh bother I Does It have to be Installed be to throw off the airbrakes and let caution to the winds and adverted to f'tIestl" Pennlngton laughed patronizingly. franchise but 11.1110. permanent
' |through>..ll>1e to eecura. a franchlae for the. line ?" her glide silently! out of our log land- the subject closest\ to her heart"I "I am giving you advice '' franchise when they apply for It?"
Boquola. In
thin
I 1 o th. aid of the mnvnr Poundetona.lie plan. to anUat "1t doe You place the contraptionhide Ing. About a mile down the road was telling Henry. we came up Poundstone--and rather! good advice Pound tone rose wltb great dignity. ,

CHAPTER IX,-Molra MoTavleh. chllohood It, rather-In the room where we'll stop, get up .steam run down to the walk bow greatly I envied you that It strikes me. However while we'reon "Colonel Pennlngton, sir" be said
? friend of Bryce and employed In hie- the conspirators conspire; then you the Junction with the main line backIn beautiful sedan Miss Sumner" shegushed. the subject I have no hesitancy In "you Insult me."

it Office, ...ak... 6hlrley'e acquaintance and run wires from It Into another room on the Laurel Creek spur couple "How does blow telling you that In the event of a dill.utroua "Sit down. You've been Insulted
the two become rrlende. Needing an open car
badly John Cardigan offere\ to eull money Pen- where the detectives Mlsten In on the onto those flat car and breeze merrily one around my dear!I" decision on your part I that way before now. Shall we say

nlngton the Valley of the Qlanta but the receivers." down to Sequoia with them/ "Yes, Indeed." said Shirley Inno should not feel Justified In supporting one thousand dollars per each for your t
Colonel,
1. be hie :h''o: ':c"hntt1'.e: property bankruptcy mustaeon of Vila "Could George Sea Otter Install It?" They'll be loaded waiting for us; our cently. you." three good councilman and true, and

enemlea,to contemptuously her uncle, refueea. Unknown "I think he could. There la a printed men will be congregated In our dry. I I Heard the McKInnon people had a lie might with equal frankness, for ;yourself thnt sedan of my niece's?

Valley. and the C..rdl/tan.?/Shirley have buy a new tha t'a" of Instructions, and I dare .say yard Just off Water street near B. man killed\ up In their woods yesterday have safd : "I would smash you." To It's a rood car Imagine It will please

y9'' 1 lease of bimlneee life They Intereet. capi George would find the Job no more waiting for us to arrive with the rails I I Colonel," Pound tonll his guest his meaning was. not obscure. Mrs. P. Immensely and grant you surcease -
tal and remarked
decide
I on a scheme to parallel
. it( Peimlngton'a. logging railroad. baffling than the Ignition system on -and bingo-we go to It. After w4l1 I hoping against'hope to divert the con Poundstone studied the pattern of the from sorrow. Of course, 1 will

1 the N pler." drop the-flats we'll run the engine versation. rug, and P< In bimlneee
XIT1 -Ogllvy,
CHAPTER a
., Interview. favorably Impreeeee. the Mayor. "Will he tell anybody back to the woods leave It where we 'I "Tes., The fellow's own fault" Pen sharply, saw that the man was dis. five hundred down upon the signing of

and later engage that official's eon a.him attorney "Not If you ask. him not to." found It. return a-flylog. Tou can gel I nlngton! replied. "He was one of those tressed. He resolved on a bold stroke the agreement nnd In lieu of the (rash
Through
they obtain for the the new temporary road franchise. "Verv wet!. then. Please. send him back In ample time to superintend tile employees who held to the opinion "Let's not b"oabout the bush, I will\ take over that Jitney Mrs.
,: Pennlngton. finally convinced that the over. Thank you so much, Bryce Pounrtstone," he said with the
cutting of the crossing" that every man Is the captain ft. his air ofa Foundstone find so distasteful. ThenI
Cardigan Int"....'. are behind the ..cheme.gets .
Cardigan. You're an awful good old' like man I" quoth Buck father patiently striving to induce I ,,'\ the
a
to work to balk them.. "Spoken own soul end the sole proprietor of his employ your son. Henry, as
sort, after all. Really. It hurts me to Ogllvy. "You're the one man In this own body-hence that It behooved him his child to recant a lie, tell the truth attorney for the Lacuna! Grande Lum-

-.e seized: the telephone and fairly have to oppose you. It would be 'so world for whom I'd steal a locomo- to look after both. In vl.w of the high and save himself from the parental ber company end give him a retainerof

hL hooted to tits exchange operator to much nicer If we didn't have all those tive. 'At-a-hoy I cost of .safety appliances He was wrath. "Tou've been doing business twenty-five hundred dollars for one

: get bl'ooda foreman Jules Ron redwood trees to protect wouldn't It?" n.ad. either of the c conspirators\ warned that the logging: cable was with Opllvy\ ; I know It for a fact and year. 1 will leave\ to you to get this C;

; If dean on the line. "Let us not argue the question Shir known of nnlnpton's plans to entertain weak at that old splice and liable to you might; us well admit it" twenty-fit hundred 1 dollars from "
"That you, Rondeau" he shouted ley 1 think 1 have my redwood trees Poundstone at dinner on Poundstone looked red
Mayor pull out of the becket-and sure enoughIt up and embarrassed. Henry and pay my niece cash for the
q when the big French Canadian re protected. Oood-by." night It II probable they "If I had known-"
Thursday ( did. The free end of the cable he be car. Poemi't that strike you us a perfe -
sponded. "Pennlngton talkIng, Whnt I fte had scarcely finished telephon would not have cheered until those snapped back like a whip and-" i gan. t'v' nnfennd! wane (1r."Mltlon.'t:.
,
has young Cardigan done about those ing his home to Instruct George Sea flat cars were out of the woods I "lenamiy; certainly I
I I I "I hold to the opinion Mrs. Pound- realize you
1 rsJU 1 sold him from the abandoned I Otter to report with the express package e e e. e. e e ,, tone Interrupted, "that If one wishes acted In perfect good! faith. You're (Continued Next Week) } ,

spur op Laurel rrrekr* to Shirley when lock Ogllvy Poundstone and his wife like the nmjorlty of
I Mayor arrived for a thing hard) enough and Just keepson people In Soquoln.
"H hove two lint-can upon re spin'! strolled Into the ofllce and tossed a at the Pennlngton home In Redwood wishing, one Is bound to get It." Tou're all so' crnzy for rail connectionwith "The Rats Around My Place Were

now Dose woodHgnng of hoes she I' document on his desk "There's your boulevard at forty-five Thursday I "My dear" said Mr. Poundstone the outside world that you Jump Wise" Says John Tuthill

tear tip dose rail from all head of ce little old temporary franchise old evening. It was with a profound Impressively, "If you would only confine at the first plan' thnt seems to promlHp them. k
"Tried kill
everything to
spur and land In re flnt-cars." I, thing he announced ; and with many feeling of relief that his honor lifted yourself wishing, I assure you one. Have you promised Ogllvy {'
"S'-e to It. Knndcnu, that they dot a hearty laugh he related to Bryce the the lady from their modest little your chances for success would! be you Infinitely a fnmchlse?" Mixed poison with meal, meal, cheese,

not .leave until! I give the word. Understand I Ingenious means by which be had obtained "flivver," for once Inside the ('foonlngIt brighter," There was no dodging<< that etc. Wouldn't touch it. 'Tried RAT '

+ Toll tlu-in the switch-en 'I It. "Atid) _.BOq: If you!! will: phone ton lif! felt, he would be free I I There was no mistaking this rebuke; A denial under the present question.
CIne is in the shop for repairs! or Is up to your logging camp and Instructthe from a* {peculiarly devilish\ brand of even two cocktails were. powerless to cnniRtances. would be tantamount to rats." You don't have to mix RAT ,

busy at ether work-anything that woods-bo. to lay off' about fifty persecution\ Inaugurated by his wit. I,I, render Mrs. Poundstone oblivious to It an admission ; Ponmlntone could mil SNAP with food. Saves fussing! and

will stall him off and<< inlay delivery.' men to rest for the day pending a shout three months Variously. lira ,, With the nicest tact In the world, Shirley guess JiiBt how touch the Colonel really bother. Break a cake of RAT SNAP,

f "Suppoae Bryce Cardigan be comes hard DI lIt'. work and arrange to Poundstone wanted a new autoiniihll I I knew, aol It would not do to He to lay it where rats scamper. You will
round and any 'Why? Roudeauqueried send them down on the last log train And she had entered) upon a cnmpalgn : adroitly chunked the subject to him, since
eventually the lie
must bt see 8 sizes 85c 65c $1.25.
y no more.
,
i today I'll around after dinner ,
cautiously."Kill drop of nagging and complaint hopIng same tailored shirtwaists she had ob- discovered
him," the Colonel retorted and we'll fly to that Jump-crossing." to wear Pnumlstone's 1'1'.IHtanMtdown served ID 'the tvlmlow of a local dry He resolved to "come Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones, t

t1 coolly "It strikes. me you and the "I'll telephone Colonel Pcnnlngton's to the point where he would" J<., ,, goods emporium( dint day and Mrs. clean."The city council Starke.-AdV.

, Black Minorca are rutlier slow play. <: manager; aDd auk him to kick a ...witch.i willing 4n hurter his hope of salvation Poundntone subletted. the N. O. o has already granted

log even with young Onrdlgan." i engine In on the Laurel creek .spur and In return for a guarantee of peaceon About nine o'clock Shirley. In response ," he conft'IIMeLI'ennlllgton u temporary trunchNe. -

K Rondenu grunted. "I theenk nieM snake those flat! curs with my rails earth to a tneiiniiiu glance from her 1886'
j. ., ,; aboard out to the Junction with the sprung furiously to his
"I feel like a perfect fool calling relative. tactfully convoyed !M/H.; feet "DIII "
1
t BO you kill boom YOllrllt1t.! |K>S.." bet main line." llryce replied. And he upon three people In this filthy rattle Poundxtoue upsmlrn. leaving her uncle. you'do IDIt. he snarled, "why did

replied enlginattrally. and hung up ''I i called up the Laguna Grande Lumber trap.Mrs.\ Poundstone! protested i alone with his prey Instantly Punnlngtou : "Dldn't that without consulting me'"-
I know you were remotely Interested. DAVISINSURANCE I
" ,' company: only to be Informed by no Mayor PonnclHtone paused "In got down business.. ." "
CHAPTER XIV. ', less a person than Colonel Pennlngton pity's name woman" b", growled, ""Well" be queried. apropos| of nothing ken Now Hint the lee was bro
himself that It would he Impossible Poundstone felt relieved and was
,
" "talk about donietlilng else. Give. me "what do you hear with reference
I The dictograph wblch Shirley had I to send the switch-engine In until the one night of peace Let me enjoy my: to the Northern California-Oregon railroad prepared"And to defend his act vigorously.
following afternoon. JHie Colonel was I I we did not commit ourselves Irrevocably
asked Dryce to obtain for her In San dinner and this visit. ? "

Francisco arrived on the regular par sorry, but tile switch.engine was In the "I can't help It," Mrs P- retorted "Oh the usual amount of wind, Colo he continued "The temporary

anger steamer on Thursday morning I shop hating the brick In her firebox: with asperity She pointed to Shirley nel. Nobody !knows what to make of franchise wlleJplre\ : In twen

and Bryce called her up to ask when i rent'wed.'hlle the mogul that Hauled Sumner's car parked under the porte- that outfit" ty-eight days-and In that time the STARKE

1 '1 die desired It sent over. the log trains would not have time to cochere. "If 1 had a sedan like that, Ptnnlngton studied the end of his N."C o. cannot even get started"

"Good morning, Mr. Currtlgan." shegreeted attend to the matter, since the flats I could die happy And It only cost cigar a moment !have you any understanding as to J .

him cheerily "How do you would have to he spotted on the sidetrack thirty-two hundred and fifty dollar" I "Have they made any move to get a an extension of hat temporary fran arwvVe Tutehuui cbBl Tews

-.eJ ale morning Any the worse for at Cardigan's log landing In the "1 paid six hundred and fifty for the franchiser1 be asked! bluntly.. "If they I cuss' In case the N. C. O. desires it?" restores vkalhy aoi metal by ptntfyma1 Bad '>

haing rermu'wraalf! . !! > to. be a hu- woods and this could not be djone un gtttetrap. and.J couldn't a.! ord! thatj" here suppose! nuwouud_ .! be the first "Well yes-not In writing however rlohlnj the blood. You CaD soon f..l W aa.oae
Dave: Ogllvjjojinjerafan!! <<
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_FRIDAY_,_ n ,., "n MARCH__ ,_ 11... u.1921.., BRADFORD COUNTY_TELEGRAPH. T.RKK.! FLORIDA. PAGE THREE .
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Ivey, with another deputy, I robbed a little later by the cou

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.: I this fact and finding the car attempted pIe. The woman flopped one autoiot Do you

.... w---------- to halt it, Shuler started the car',' and asked for help, saying that her

: forward at fall speed and it was then husband was lying in a nearby field know

!A fUve State"News ] Deputy Ivey leaped to the running I t intoxicated, and she wanted aid to get
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I I L I board. Shuler drew a revolver and I him to Tampa. The first autoitt refused why

aauaau-uuaawtauaar i
by Our Exchanges. I and fired. Death was almost instan- drove on, but he later learned that the it's toasted

'j taneous. next driver flopped and volunteeredto

V ''"_" .0-" T' ,. .._ .__, ___ :- --', ._': assist the "souse," The "drunken
1 man" quickly recovered from his stu- To seal In the i
. Sixty members of the American was cut almost In two. The Eustis Lake Region moved into
held to the kind autoUt's delicious Burley
y Legion at Sanford have been deputlz-j| its handsome new home on Bay street por, a pistol
I ed and armed and are patrolling the A Plymouth Rock cockerel and two opposite the postofHce last week. Ev- GENUINE head and took what money the latter tobaooo flavor.LUCKY.

county to rid it of undesirable char- hens exhibited. at the Tampa Fair by: ery convenience for newspaper and a had, the amount not being reported.In .
acters. the Keystone Poultry yards at Long- ; general printing business has been the robbery on the PeLand road,

wood, were purchased for President I provided and the Cake Region, always -j LI" Sheppard was stopped by two autoltiU
Alvaro Obregon for The Mex best Florida's who asked for a wrench to fix their f
The shrimp business at Fernandina $300. one of 'the of ,
is steadily growing. Two hundred ican president instructed hii representatives I weekly newspapers, will be improved. | car. They suddenly donned mankx

boats are now engaged in the bufciness at the fair to look out for The building erected is unquestionably DURHAM and leveled revolvers at the accommodating

and is quite an investment for those some- particularly good specimens of one of the most beautiful structures ', motorist when he complied STRIKE

engaged in the industry.] this breed, which he particularly fan in the state to be occupied by a tobacco makes 50 I with their request __
cies. printing plant Many admirers have -

The Moore Haven Suger Corporation stated that the building resembles a flood ciriarettes.for WHY TIIK EDITOR LKIT TOWN CIGARETTEKill'Theft'

recently incorporated in Florida, Brack Loew, of Tampa, is a leper, bank more than a pl'illtingoffice.. In IOc -
has signed ten year contracts for the but is not in the pronounced stage of' the new quarters additional machinery f Somebody sent the editor of the
the disease There is law to I will be take of the Y I'oketown Gazette few bottles
to
sugar cane crops of 3,000 acres of no keep placed rare zz: = -'_ a a of
land near Moore Haven. him from coming to the city and i iI rapidly growing business of the com ._,-..-- home brew. The same day ho received

mingling with the people. But he II.any. ( for publication a wedding announcement .I
-
Nine hundred and thirty-six poundsof I abides by the moral law and the request I I dent happened at a bathing; beach frequented and a notice of an auction Those from here attending prayer

kingfish caught by one man in one. of the city bacteriologist and A party of bird hunters were very by negroes. Witnesses said sale. Here are the results: meeting at Dodan Sunday were Misses

day is going some. That's the reportof confines himself to his little home at much mystified by finding a human that the plane landed on the beach "William Smith and Miss Lucy An Lomle, Rhoda and Alva Thomas, ,

ji Clearwater fisherman for yester the i isolation hospital, living with the skeleton in the woods near Middle I I and took up the unknown woman asa dt'rHofJ were disposed of at public auc- Avy Starling,' Opal and Lula Mao

day. hope that some day he will be cured burg.: The skull showed a hole in it, passenger, flew with her for about tion at my farm one mile east of a Lewis, Messrs. Ellery Thomas, Pur v

from his affliction as if p nade+ by a pistol, rifle or buck twenty minutes and landed her on the beautiful cluster of roses on her vis and L. O. Lewis, Miles Kelley, $

Shot with a revolver, Gatfred' Got- I shot. They reported their find to the beach again. The flyer then took the breast and two white calves, before a Charley and C. M. Kelly.

fredson, a member of the crew of the The Seaboard Air Line Is now get authorities and "Judge Friable railed air and after doing stunts for several background of implements too nu- K. Prescott and son, John Henry, I j1$1'

steamer Perry Setzer, died in St. ting material here for the additional a jury together. The jury went out minutes ran into a kite, which a boy merous to mention in the presence of of Waldo, spent Saturday at the home t tof

Luke's hospital, Jacksonville and the tracks, etc., to the new phosphate elevator with Sheriff Weeks-and reviewed the was flying, hooking the string on the about seventy guests, including two his brother, S. L. Prescott '

engineer on the steamer is held in coal and phosphate drying skeleton. They found
the county jail, charged with firing plant. When the new plant is com- bones of a convict who escaped from to slip on its left wing and skimmed Rev. Jackson tied the nuptial l the birthday party Saturday night ..

the, fatal shot.. pleted, which will be in the next few the guards about a year ago. The over the beach with the left wing very knot with 200 feet of hay rope and given by Miss Llnnie Parker, of nearBrooker \

weeks, shipping will be heavy from I guards are reported to have traced low. Some of those on the beach {Haw the bridal couple left on one good .| .
Surprised In his little business es- this ,port as Fernandina will be one him and finally found him and as he the machine and the John Deere plow for nn extended trip
I coming dodged, Mrs. M. Parker and daughter, Lin
tablishment in Jacksonville by three of the leading coal ports of. the United ran, they shot at him but thought: their heads. with terms to suit purchancr.! They :
plane flying: just over nit-, attended meeting at Do*
negroes, George Albert, Syrian merchant I States. they missed him. Evidently they must" When they looked up again the plane will be at home to their friends with dan Sunday. prayer t

was shot and probably fatally have hit him and he ran a little way had knocked down five and one good baby buggy and a few kith
negroes
wounded by the intruders. Robbery I Florida Seminole Indians took along and fell in the sink in the ground: and one white man, and had landed in the en" utensils after ten months from Purvis Lewis was business. visitor I "

was apparently the motive. step in advance when Catath Lee there he died. After holding the inquest water about 100 feet from the shore date of sale to responsible' parties and to, Waldo Saturday.

I three and a half years of age, son of : the coroner had the remains j, with a broken left wing. The white some fifty C'hlckellll.-ExchlllljCe. Kllory Thomas. wai.ln Clayno Saturday

A masked man Monday afternoon Charlie Tigertail, was operated upon i buried where they were found. man was uninjured. Lawrence Neal, morning.Messrs. ,

entered the office rf the NcwSt! James at the hospital at Ft. Myers' for a white, waded out to the plane and /IFFZifT Marvin Ogden and Math h

.. hotel, in Jacksonville and forced the bad case of hernia. This is the first The curb market in Gainesville carried the unhurt flyer to the beach. Wasdln, of Graham were In this anc-

cashier to give him money contained,I time in the tribe's history that one of proved a huge success Tuesday morn The flyer then climbed the bluff above March 11.-Rev. Crosby, of Lion Sunday.R. .

in the cash drawer. He ,pried open its members has submitted to a surgi- ing and compliments concerning it the beach, got into an automobile with Starke, filled his appointment at It- It. Thomas was shopping In

the drawer which contained $12 and cal operation requiring the use of other have boon heard on all sides. In less the woman and the unknown man and dan church Saturday and Sunday nrookrr Saturday. '
checks. He left the checks.. than 45 mfhutes the farmers Had disposed E. J. Lewis, of Ilrooker, was the Mr. and
some or at the hands of a pale face sur- -, dls ppearod. He. was found several Mrs. W. R. Warren attended
The of everything they had to 1 sell guest of his brother, J, W. Lewis Sun church at tUtdan
geon. operation was a complete i hours later and taken to the naval air Sunday.

With the closing down of tne plantof success. and at very satisfactory prices. If station where lie is held for investigation. : day. Grandma Prescott is spending a
.
I) I). Thomas left
the Helen Lumber Company, ten the success that attended the initial Naval authorities say he will Wednesday for a I :while hero with her son. Levy Prcs
miles from Tallahassee, a large num- Eighty-one persons in Tampa have day keeps up the curb market will be tried by courtmartial. few weeks' visit with relatives in cott. "! r 111

ber of men have been thrown out of met with violet deaths since January, mean a great thing for the farmers Georgia. Little Vida Mac Mott spent the ,past
Under attachments issued and the housewives and the local gro- ,Charley Kelly and family spent
employment. ( 1920, automobiles and railroad trains two weeks with her grandparents at
In addition to the daring daylight
Sunday the of his brother.
by the Lewis state bank and the having been the cause of eighteen of cerymen. The latter all declare they guest Hague, returning Wednesday )
T. II. Lake
robbery to Sheppard, Itaatey Cunningham
left
are heartily in favor of the curb : Saturdayfor
the mills mar
Pensacola creditors, were these deaths. There were ten homicides Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Sowell of
county lumberman, Tuesday afternoon his home ,
in I'lant City
ket and will be glad to see the day
closed Saturday. three-fifths of these being
when Alarhuu, Henry Sowell, of Cooter
$300 cash, several checks Miss Mary Mott of Hague spent
th Twelve come when they won't have to handle ,
among negro population. and valuable takenon Pond, and Mrs and Mrs. Jack Sow-
some papers were the weekend at the home of her
vegetables at all. Large heads of
The Sunnybrook Tobacco Company: persons found life Jot worth living the DeLahd road, there have beenat brother, Sam Mott. ell, of Itrooker! attended church at
and took the suicide route two of cabbage went for 5 cents per head and
of ,
of Dade City, is taking advantage two such jobs on tho Manatee road Wo mire to Miss Altha Dedan Sunday
sorry report
the splendid weather and is planting these being non-residents. Only one fresh There country eggs other sold for 20 cents. floje to Tampa, within the lust week. Lowii on the sick list this week. I _____ y
were many good things at
tobacco earlier than ever before. suicide was a negro.' right prices. One prominent business man, driving Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas spent 1 Cold
They had about forty acres planted' along the road, ,picked up a young Sunday near Brooker, guest of their LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE!:Tftbleti ... .... \..
under half shade Wednesday. They Booze thieves in Tampa are no respecter along man to "give him a lift. During the j, CUM. Tit.... I. only ore "nrnn-o Ojiliilr" ,
will plant this spring 125 acres under of buildings or of police head- While the road between ride the conversation led to, hold-ups, grandmother, Mrs Charity Lewis t;. W GROVE'S ,'-"..'...? mi hT. 3)),.

shade and 30 to 40 acres in the open. quarters. On the ground floor of the Hawthorn and Campville late and the business: man suddenly felt"the .
city hall annex, just beyond the ele- Sunday afternoon Deputy sheriff Leon I J
muzzle of a revolver against 'his I
Dypfls and his uncle noticed
vator of the police department, is a three
J. I, Pearsons, who is principal of ribs, while the young man forced him 1
the Dade county farm life school, is i small room and in that room was deposited strange men. The men answered the to'hand :1 Withgrits -
I Saturday night by Chief of description of those that broke jail in overall: his money, making a Cold
suffering from a severe case of blood haul of $110. The bandit made his
Ocala Friday night the e
resulted from bite Police Williams, seven big sacks, contaIning and Dyeas'stopped ". a." 1-
which t
poisoning, a I I I benefactor take him some distance
and arrested them the
150 quarts of fine old bonded deputy -
on the hand which he received while down the road toward town, and then "' u
sheriff left his uncle in and r-Jl, :
stock whiskey. The door was locked charge ", \
I .
in tussle with father of boy fej
a the a disappeared. A woman acted as confederate <
and the whiskey' left for safekeeping.The went to get a l larger ear to carry the
pupil at the school, whom ha had for the bandit in another hi
room is there ,but the whiskeyleft men to jail. Shortly after he left two
chastised. road robbery, one Tampan refusingA t
Sunday night, leaving not even a of the men got up and started run- CASCARA; QUININE

smell behind. ning in opposite directions. Mr. Dyess
100
There are at present prisonersin TONIC 5
opened fire with double barreled ,
a <
the Hillsborough county jail and FOR AND
Some months the Florida Grower shot gun, loaded with buckshot and drove' Tasteless chill: Tonic restores ... a
several of them have no blankets to ago ColJ,, CoBfh. .OM\V LN GrIppe ;
shot one of the and and Energy and Vitality by Purifying end .
cover them at night, notwithstandingthe had an article praising a fine bud- men turned "A-'of/ ,
fact that the jailer has repeatedly ded orange tree In the G. M. Turnley shot the other down. As he unbreach- Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its Neglected Colds are Dangerous ; "

notified the county commissioners of grove at Kunnyside, Lake county. The ed his gun, preparatory to reloading, strengthening Invigorating effect see how Tak.no chance Keep this standard remedy handy for the ant .n..... i j 1
tree measurea thirty-three feet.in di the -third man made his escape. Mr.[ It brings color to the cheeks and'howIt )
the necessity of purchasing more Breaks up a cold In 24 hourR.11.v.sOdpp.
its estimated Dyess killed one of the is Improves the appetite, you will then I't
blankets. ameter and height was men and In 3 d jre-Excellent for Headache
by the Grower man at thirty-five feet. sure he hit the other but the last seen appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove'l I Quinine In thi. form doe not effect the bead-Caecara, I. beet Tonlo

Seven prisoners made their escape The fruit was. picked from this tree of the other two they were together Iron and Tasteless Quinine suspended.chill Tonic In is simply So {...."...-No OpUte In Hill's. tr .
last week and it was in keeping with running into a swamp. They have syrup.
from the Live Oak the delivery
jail pleasant even children (like It. The blood ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
the has earned. not been apprehended. The sheriff
the reputation tree of
being effected! by outside accomplices needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to 1
: boxes of fine fruit Marion county was notified and he
Forty-one were
passing a file to a negro woman who Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and
was allowed the corridor. The negroes gathered from this tree, and it is 1>e' identified the dead man a. A. J, Sims, Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating

filed the locks to the cells of the other lieved to be a record for a budded or- one of the men that broke from his Effect. Sue. .

prisoners and they dug their way ange tree. jai(. The men were being held in

through the brick-wall. A highly spectacular scene, lasting view Ocala express a's being robbery suspected about of five the weeks Belle Side and Back HurtJordan

W. A Jones,* elevator foreman of about four hours, was presented Mon- ago. HIC.I.-
'a-"I making
Mines, am
the Seaboard Air Line railway, on day afternoon, when the freight carrying
this statement for the benefit of anyone
boat E. C. Knight, was destroyed Ensign John Walter Alcorn is in
Seddon Island, the Seaboard's big suffering a. I 1 1I
terminals in the harbor, was hit by a by fire while lying some two miles prison at the naval air station and did. I had pala I 1 {

switch. engine late Friday afternoonand I out on the bay in front of Punta Gor police officials are seeking an un !la my side and 15YeanaAgo- I
known man and woman, as the resultof could scarcely *atanything. !
instantly killed. The engine was da. Hundreds of people lined the shore My /
toward the and stood on the docks gazing at the a seaplane accident at Pensacola byfNa'
aid to have been backing back hurt all the .
mainland and struck Mr. Jones. He I spectacle. The boat was loaded with Wednesday in which two negro wom- i time and I was '. r ,

fell beneath the engine and has body eighty drums of gasoline! which exploding en were instantly killed and two negro very nervous.. No I g r.r aad.v"'V ;;
singly and often in ,pairs, sent children and a negro woman so medicine did many v' +

huge billows of flame through a column badly injured that they died at the took good Dr. Pierre's until I 1I

ASPIRIN of dense black smoke high in the hospital a few hours later. The accl- 1 Golden Medical \

!I.air. Discovery and his d.
I" Favorite Prescription. together; with

'' Name "Bayer" on Genuine I[I Work of connecting the Western I th four. Pleasant bottles of PeU.U each) I could After be taking up all Michelin invented It.

i I, Union Miami-Rarbadoes cable begun I. GIRLS! HAVE THICK day.-MRS SARAH R. TKRKY. pneumatic automobile i ,
I| again Saturday, flag abruptly halted, All druggists or send lOc to Dr. tire 25 year ago.SMITH'S .
0 I lat Sutuv' y "un whet the Pl rr.'. Invalid1 Hotw In Buffalo,
N. Y. for a trial package of any el
I I S. sub chaser 154 appeared and 'opened ( GARAGE O
SOFT HEAVY HAIRA his remedtoa. 0"it
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fire on the cablrship Robert C. --. rS "
Clowry and placed the entire crew under -- t STARKE \ Ji'

arrest. The entire action took 35-cent bottled "Dand rin." will .IDJDUIj KJIGI mwdlwe 1t

place on the high seas, about four not only rid your scalp of destructive COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
I :
miles off the coast of Miami Beach, : dandruff and atop falling hair, but Immediately J JI
your hair WWIIM twice u.tmnrlant Full Lin. of _
near the buoy that had been attached I and .o wondmtu glossy Let a
Beware to the end of the cable when (it was I "Dajidnriii wave your hair. Ham lets Und.rtaiur.' Supplies
"Bayer" I Unless you SM the MUM ',; laid'from the three mile limit of the of long, henry hair, radiant with life --

are not on getting package genuine or on Aspirin tablets prej you j:i United States to Barbadoen by the and beauty. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ,j I

scribed by phvaiciium for twenty-one British cableshlp last summer. Always on hand. Th* best aer- mistake
You will make
years and proved safe by million Take I Habitual Convtlpatton cured ,lea.at the lowest price 8pe- Big Reductlonln nPrices a fertilizer ..
Anpiria only M told In the Bayer packa la M to 21 DaysLAXFOS 'ciaI attention to telegraph or- If you order your
for Colds, headache, Neuralgia, rfhaumSlimn. J. P. Ivey. chief deputy sheriff of WITH PEPSIN" Is a spxclaUy. era. Registered Embalmer. without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty +'
Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and Jackson county, was shot to death in preparedSynrpTonic-Laxa-Jve for Habitual of Materials prompt shipment Order now. Fertilizers, lanecttciden -
for &Jn. Handy tm box.. of twelve Bayer I' Marlanna Monday night by a young Gonntipation. It relieves promptly but '
Tablets of A trim coat few sent. Dniff- man named Shuler. The latter with I should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days DeW T C JONES Sprayers, Poultry Supplies! j:
< M the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture] another man named Hinson, was in an RrDiatat.! Very Pleasant to Tak* But FLORIDA \
of MouoaceticaddeeUr of SaJio lioacid. automobile in which there was a on- ii. r bottle. JACKSONVILLE t 4C '
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