Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 18, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04590
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Soldiers 'and Peasant.;; ;; Revolting and II Fire Dropped on Bum Pavement of Little Miss Cora Pauline Miner celebrated Decline In Berry-Price- From Several, l PARTY 7. t tthe rl'rl'I

! 'I Power Spreading Last Friday afternoon; from four Sawdust Cau..... Conflagration her fourth anniversary Tuesday Causes I Wednesday afternoon March 10th. ,
| to six, the local Woman' Christian March 8th at the, home of her Mrs. Ar1:. IV.II..o' party In honorof i)
I The soviet government of Lentne 1 Temperance Uniop and a number of I Wednesday at noon a big moko hida grandparents, Mr. and Mrs U. D. Tuesday's Plant City Courier records I ninth birthday of her son, William 1.
and Trotzky in Russia is In grave their friends enjoyed a reception at portion of East Call street and Miner. the following rent the strawberry Dunenn. The fete was held on :
danger ol being overthrown, accord the attractive home of Mr. and Mr*. those who went there to investigate The little guests. gathered at four movement there: I the lawn of the Bradford Hotel. A \ti i i '
Ing to all reports from the surrounding John Uglow on Lafayette street. saw the novel spectacle of a street and a number of games! were enjoyed While strawberry shipments during large number of William's little -1\ .
territory. The uprising,, which Mrs. Uglow, the hostess Mr.. F. A. burning; This was the aecond"time throughout the afternoon. A peanut the last three chipping days have been friends had boon invited to share the '
began three weeks ago, has assumed Scott and Mrs. J. W. White prenidentand during the week that the genius of hunt was especially enjoyed by the even heavier than they were the pro- joy with him, and the time was pluaa- ;
such proportions, that Trotzky the secretary of the W C. T V- received ,farce, who makes Starke his headquarters little tots. Little) Miss Irene Clemont ceding three' days, prices are on the ,( antly spent with romping and games. ."
secretary cf war, has taken the field the large number of guests and I had been visiting'us. ''and :Master Charles Fields were the decline. The average price reached Two prize winning games wyre en- ;
in person against the rebels end fight- seated them in the comfortable rooms The eastern end of the street from two lucky participants each receiving yesterday wan 19 cents a quart. There I I jo'ed-a guessing game and "tho .j.
ing is reported from many sections. which were decorated with a color the end of the brick pavement to the a prize for finding! the most peanut were 00,912 quarts shipped during I!I statute." The former was won by ,:{.. j
By far the greatest trouble facing motif of green, white and red, beautiful bridge, is full of deep ruts, and the Mrs. E. T. Campbell entertained the Friday, Saturday and yesterday. I Owen Griffin, and in the latter Kline .1", ,r
the "Reds" is at Kronstadt the fortress roses and white splrea being usedin man who hauls out the sawdust from little folks with a number of stories. : Bidding got as low as 20 cents a :' Jones proved to be the prettiest statute .
of Pefrograd. There the soviet the reception room and dining the shingle mill thought the ruts had At five o'clockthey were led into quart on the platform Friday and and Eugene Matthews the opposite t
sailors and soldiers revolted killed ,room. been created purpose to be filled with the dining room where ice cream and went as high as 35 1-2 cents The average I and both won prizes. Many fine 1 i J
(,their coma aeionkr. and set ,up a Mrs. Scott the effecient and enthusiastic eawduat and he filled 'em up good cake were served. The dining room price Friday was about 28 1.4 gifts were received' by the honoree.Ice ,
I "white" government. These rebels, president of the local union and plenty. If the street committee was very attractive with potted plants ('('nh. The platform prices dropped cream and punch were served i }
estimated between 25,000 and 40,000in opened the exercises\ with an ex' knew about .it or not, is nut known, and streamers of white and pink crepe still lower Saturday and again Mon The hostess, Mrs. Wall was assisted ,
number, have turned the guns of cellent address concerning the past, but they would not have cared. Now paper. In the middle of the table was day. The average price Saturday was I by Miss Jessie Thomas, her little '"
the giant fortress on Petrograd, and present and future work of the national pine sawdust is fine and gummy and a beautiful birthday cake net with 25 cents and it was 19 cents yester I j son's teacher, Mrs. B. D. Law, Miss
+ fighting between the 'red and white and also world-wide W, C. T. U. felts together making a better pave. four little pink candles. day. The bidding ran about the same 'I\ Doris Law and Mrs. W L. Wall the
forces has been going on all week. Mrs. L. G. Powell gave a reading ment than loose sand and i. often used Mrs. Miner was assisted in serving Saturday as It did Friday but the latter presiding at th Petrograd, however is not alone in praising the life and labors of the for that purpose, but dust from by Mrs. & H. Fields= and daughter. bulk of the day's sales were made at The little folks present' were Elise
the uprising.! Dispatches from Warsaw noted Miss Frances E. Willard after\ cypress blocks is coarse and does not Nellie Stearns Louise Fernandez and around 25 cents. The bidding went Jones, Lucille Mitchell Mary Lee
state that peasant revolts of un- which Mrs. J. E. Futch read the poem, puck. The recent hot weather had Odene Watson. from IK to '20 1-2 cents yesterday Wynn Mary Canova, Florence Andrews
usual proportions are spreading in "The World is Going Dry." made it dry as powder and when ;i The Invited: guests were, Alma some few even selling a. low as 18 Elizabeth Andrew., Leila Dea 0,
the provinces of Tambov, Voronezaand Paul Knight; and Julia Can'bva sang someone dropped a lighted cigaretteon Thornton Charles Fields James Hollingsworth and 14 cents. j Andrews! Hazel 1\Uddll'ton. Hazel Ad-
Kursk, under the leadership of it, it was set afire. I kins Gussle Mae Bennett Arabel Tur I
an amusing little temperance song: Mary Brownloe Elizabeth Only one car was forwarded byj I "
Antonon a former commander in the that received hearty applause, which Mrs. E. D. Card through whose Hollingeworth: Alice Fernandez Ar- freight during the three days. It was i ner, Ruth Sternberg Thelma Cooper I I'
red army. >i IJ was followed by a beautifully rendered premises the street runs, summonedan thur ,Darby Jones, Sara Hope and shipped Friday and contained 8,872 Irma White, Eugene Matthews Joseph f
"These revolts are a bit prematureand piano solo by Miss White. At the assistant, and worked hard for'''( Georgia Haynea, Eldredge and Vera quarts. Total shipments Friday were Thomas, Victor Thomas Sammy .
may be suppressed" says one dis- close of the program Mrs. D, E. hours to quench the fire which was a Claire _,Robinson, Joe Edwards Jr., 18,400 quarts. The express company Sternberg Owen Griffin William
t'patch. "But even if they do not succeed , Knight; and little son Paul played a difficult job. Water was tried first Stanley (Bennett Dorothy Turner Hazel handled 185 refrigerators. Saturday's Harvard, Allan Long Charles Lucian t
there is not the slightest doubt charming ,piano duet. but it was converted into steam before and Lois Adklns Lois Long: S. R. shipments equalled 19,888 quarts In j Kickliter Merrill Futch Merrill Mc- i ,
that before the beginning of the summer Mrs. Uglow assisted by Mrs. A. W. it reached the burning layers beneath .Johns, Jr.,, Eunice Canova Martha : 25 2refrigerators.: Monday was the I i Millan, Glenn McMillan. A. E. Wall. marr
there will be a peasant outbreakon Anderson Misses Mable Weller Jessie Raking away the combustible Powell, Martha Brownlee A. E. Wall heaviest day of the three with a to Jr., J. O. Turner, Jr., Milton Brown- lill y'
a large scale all over Russia. The Thomas and Carrie Uglow served material before the fire reached it and $?. Billie Graham James Richard tal of 22,624 quarts shipped.The le'e. Jr., Paul Knight Lucille Johns. aim
success of the outbreak depends upon brick ice cream topped with luscious throwing dirt on the burning sawdust Wainwright\.i Patsy Brinson Dorothy aggregate movement for the
the morale of the red army which has strawberries and several kinds of delicious finally conquered the fire after hours Uitph, Etholia and Dorothy White, season is now 1,277,083 quarts a surplus SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE !
not been any too god during the win. home-made cake. of hot and disagreeable work. Sinclair Peek, Jr., Roscoe McLane of 222,251 quarts over the total -
ter." At the close of the afternoon it was This 'should be a lesson as to the BettyMcLlmne Leslie Biggs Howard output last season. The season's ITo Many Sneezes There Was no End .
Meanwhile strikes In all the large found that the sum of $40 had been danger of dumping sawdust on the ,,and Beatrice Miner Benny Sternberg:, movement on this date last year Sunday Afternoon
cities are; increasing in number. Pet added to the treasury of this organi: streets which is being done in many Marporie and Evelyn Stump Richard amounted to 577,540 quarts I'I -
rograd is virtually tied up by a cessation zation.) places in town. The stuff is easily I JIarvard, Eloise Ritch, Merrill Futch, Berries will continue to move for \ Sunday afternoon someone saw I
of all work and the disorders are ignited and in, a brisk wind might be Augustine Lyles,.of Jacksonville Lei some weeks but as the weather continues smoke issuing from the blenching.. a
spreading to Moscow despite the additional RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY U. carried to where the fire could be la Dea Andrews, Marion Pettit A. M. warm, threatening the carry-1 house of the Quigley Broom ,Co. lie '
number of troops which have D. C. communicated to buildings. !( Pettit, Jr., Emma Powell Mrs. J. H. ing .stability of the fruit, together j I went there to investigate. The smoko \
been drawn into the soviet capital. I I Fields,, Adelle Watson Mrs E. T. with the movement of berries from (i wad yellow and so acrid till hI began t '
Kerensky, one-time ruler of Russia, I Resolutions on the death of Ruby GOOD ROAD WORK I Campbell, Lucille Mitchell Louise i Starke Lawtey this state and from to IInoer.e. He could see no fire I
who has been living in England for Davis who departed this life Febru- Fernandez Mrs. Hamrick.j Louisiana, is closing Rome markets I but arguing: that there never was
more than a year, has left for Reval, I arv_ -27.-. 1921.Whereas__ __.. J. F. Canova who has charge: of the which are exclusively supplied by smoke. without fire, he ran to tho fire 1 j1 :
it i is reported to assume personal It has pleased our Tleav construction work in road district No. j SILVER TEA Plant City through: the winter and, bell and rang It, sneezing the while. \I.
command of the white troops in the enly' Father to call from our midst the 1. -II doing as good work as his means A early spring, and it is probable that I Chief Kite arrived upon the ncejiO<< 'i
Petrograd district.' beloved and only daughter of our sister permit of. In road work more than,*< Mrs.. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. N. D. unless cool weather comes within a und saw how matters stood. It was I
"This is the Beginning' of the end and charter president. Lee Perry- in any other endeavor it is the "know. Wainwright gave a beautiful silver few days there will be still further brimstone that had boon left to smolder I (
for Lenine and his communistic theories man Davte, we, the W. T. Weeks ing how" that counts, and as Mr. Ca tea Tuesday afternoon from four to declines. The usual "cool apcll" just I in order to bleach broom corn. No I II
," said Kerensky' before sailing."Within Chapter U. D. C., desire to give expression nova is a born engineer he knows how six, at the home of the former on'' before Easter Is 'naturally anticipated I doubt, in honor of tho day when brimstone .i
six month Russia will have of our deep sense of loss, to dispose of his material so as to do North Walnut street Thin pretty lit but as Easter Is nearly two weeks U discussed more than on any
been rescued from soviet misrule and and our sympathy for the bereaved the most good. ''tie ailTalr was $given to increase the away, the cool weather that can be 'other day tit the wet'k. the man who
will become a republic modeled on the parents; therefore be it The difficult'' piece of road across funds whicht v. 1 bo used to renovate, reasonably be expected at that time has} the bleaching.. In charge, put in an
lines 'of the United States." Resolved That while we shall ever the Alligator swamp is in better condition the interior of the Methodist church, will come too late to be of much benefit I extra charge of it the night before
The anti-soviet element is beginningto miss the sweet presence of this dear now than ever before. Beforea and the sum of $24.50/; was realized. to the growers and shippers of Mr. Kite smothered the smoldering
rear its head in the south of Rus- child we shall endeavor to put into bridge is built across the entire 1 The sun parlor together: with the strawberries. brimstone before tho firemen arrived
ala also, according to reports from our ,work the purity emblematic of swamp or the canalizing extended at rooms of the lower floor of this I,so they had nothing to do, and soon ,
Roumania. A peasant army of 100-- her brief life and remember with least a quarter mile 'west of the road, charming home were made more attractive SOME QUESTIONS FOR YOU TO departed sneezing ,
r 000 men is being formed under the submission to His divine will, that our It will be at the mercy of every flood by a profusion of Killamey ANSWER I I If some blue Sunday apostle wlll'f p' rl
,, leadership of Gen. Bukhartine, who father I is never unkind could we but that comes along. -Mr. Canova recognizes and other varieties of choice roses claim that this was a warning not to
was Wrangel's chief lieutenant with understand and that in His tenderness this and in order to protect the arranged In vases and bowls. Io you believe in ''churches? let even brimstone work on Sunday
the object of marching on Kiev and and mercy He has folded His road to some extent he has had the ''' While the gussts were assembling Would you wish to live in Starkeif let hit, remember that "cleanliness Is
then on Moscow.. own to His breast, there to shield her creek channel cleaned of obstructionsfor a number of fine records were playedon there were no churches hero? next to godliness and that now
from all sorrow and care. a good distance.east and west of the Edison. Miss White openedthe Are you a church member If so, broom. In order to be ready to sweep ,
THE .STRAWBERRY MOVEMENT the road. Such cleaning of channels program with the brilliant piano how long would your church exist if clean on Monday, may have to be 1
Therefore be it Resolved That we should be done wherever a road crosses solo "Dn to the Polonaise" (Tourble) all its members did as you are doing bleached on Sunday. ,
Tuesday of this week wan the first hold in loving remembrance her sweet a stream and should be done oncea which was followed by two voice numbers Do you contribute toward the sup c''
heavy shipment day for strawberries deeds of helpfulness to this chapter year for limbs and logs are ever by Mrs. D. E. Knight with Miss port of your church? METHODIST( I
,. of the season About 560 bushels and cherish her precious memory.Be falling into the channels and obstructthe Mona Alderman as accompanist. Mrs. If It la not your duty to give of your -
were loaded on the cars for transportation it further resod vel. That a copy free flow of water.. Knight: charmingly sang "At' Part- time and substance toward the support Sunday school 10 a. m. l
One refrigerator oar was of these ,resolutions be spread upon The lumber used for building and i I ling" (Rogers) and "In a, Garden" of your church whose duty Is Preaching 11 a, m. and 7:30: p. m.
loaded by E. M. Thomas for A. the minutes of our chapter and a copy repairing is' sawed by a little mill (Hawley). To appreciative listeners It? Epworth League, 0:40: p. m. ', i
Cancelmo Co., of Philadelphia 375 sent' to the bereaved parents whomwe southeast of Starke and is made of I I Mrs. L. G. Powell told the beautiful Do you give all much toward the Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30p. : w
1, })bushels and an express car was pretty -: commend to the care and comfortof lightwood logs. These plank. are story "You Will Find What You Are support of your church each week all m. '
well filled with refrigerator boxes our Heavenly Father. strong, stiff and wear out sooner than Looking For.". Accompanied by Mrs. you spend for cigars, tobacco, soft I J, C. DIGGS )
and crates "God of the Thy living.whole In ercatioi WHOM, .tin y .iUnvrllcd they rot. I i D. C. Jones Mrs. J. E": Futch exquisitely drinks, movie and other luxuries? ? ? I Pastor
i The price paid was from $8 to $9 All noula ara Thln: w. must not ray rendered "The Swallows" and Whose duty Is It to be present at
per: bushel crate. The unusually warm That thoM thta our... world dead who of flaih paw Nt awarFrom '....1 SAM SMALL AND TIlE BLUE "Because of You" It is always a church services prayer' meeting and WOMAN'S CLUB REQUEST CLEAN '4z
weather having a tendency to lower w. know them living Unto The*I" LAWS : pleasure to hear Mrs. Futch sing and Sabbath school? UI' WEEK .r I
the price somewhat.The Lucia Sharpe Alvarez, Committee at this time bfer splendid soprano Are you a member of the Sabbath ) 1
effect of the continued dry on Resolutions W. T. Weeks Chapter, We heard Sam Small last Friday I voice was at its best. Miss Mona Al- school? The Woman's Club; through their .." \
weather begins to show itself in U. D. C.Approved. night; and we were disgusted with i derman delighted all with an instrumental If not in it because you can learnno Civic (Chairman Mrs 0'. L. Ilaynes } ,I
mailer berries. At this writing the by May Fripp Powell, him. We confess that he is an oratorin j solo ,"The Last Smile" which more? requests that the people! of Starke, : ;: ..
air to extremely' dry indicating no President. a manner. But could he bring the j II was followed by "Flowers and Fern*" If you know all there is to know and vicinity make the week of March 1'I
sign of rain. Starke Florida March 15, 1921. Blue laws back and make It a misdemeanor -!I beautifully executed on the violin by are you not needed as a teacher to 21st to 20th. inclusive, a clean-up '
E. to smile and a real crime to Miss Doris Law with Miss Instruct others? week for each
The latest buyers to arrive are I Mona Alderman property owner or renter. S, ,
a Walters, of Frankford Del., and E. II. UP TO THE MARSHAL laugh; loud on Sunday we would seek '!I piano accompanist. How can you Invite outsiders to It is hoped that the town may ,
{ Kingman of Boston Mass. some place where something is left to Mrs. Adklns and Mrs. Wainwrlght, church if you are not there to wel be put In "apple pie" order before .!l! j
.. There is a bunch "alleged cows the moral dense of mankind. Ilia rep- assisted by Mrs. W. B. Harvard Mrs. come them? Faster: Sunday '
BAPTIST that never leave Starke. but feed rimand to the mother whose child was W. C. Powell and'little Hazel Adkins, How many of these questions can i
along the sidewalks and on what vegetables fretting was disgusting lie showed' served a beautifully appointed ice you answer to your own satisfaction? CREWS v. SEABOARD 1'1 m mr
Preaching atoll a. m. and 7:30: p. m. they can steal from the stores. no Christian spirit at all. Did he not I course, with velvety pansies on each
by pastor. Our merchants have asked us to suggest remember the Bible where it says suffer plate DOBSON Saturday afternoon a case wherein ,
Sunday school 10 a. m., J. T. Quigley : that the marshal drive these animals little children to come unto m*, F. M. Crew., of near Highland. was
in cl-arge.' out of town, where they can g'et* and forbid them not? Then his plea I MERCANTILE CHANGE Dobson March 18.-Mr. and< Mrs. complainant and the Seaboard rail. r t,,
B. Y.; P. U.. Senior and Junior at some grass. They would then stay for money to keep the work going Judson Hurst were 'the week-end way company was defendant was .)
'6:30 p. m.Sunbeams. away instead of eauntnir! trouble and I was enough to turn one and all \ W, M. Bryan has bought the stock .guests. of her parents Mr. and Mrs. tried before County Judge R. A. I ,
Monday 4:30 p. m. loss, and give strangers an unfavorable against: him. That old gag has been of general merchandise of J. B. Sapp, W. B. Brannen of Palestine Green. Mr, Crow claimed damage' ...
Midweek engagements Wednesday impression about our cattle in I: played too many time. We can fully and hat moved to the building hitherto G. W. Hurst M. H. Hurst and son, from the railway company for the
7:30 p. m. dustry. When not engaged elsewhere :'understand why he look. lifter the occupied by: Mr. ,Sapp on North J. E., G. A. Johnson and son. Willard killing of a bull owned by him by a : ':
Choir practice Wednesday 8:30 p. these cattle can be found around the money side of the question; for he is Walnut street, corner Ninth. were among the visitors to Lake Butler train. E. M. Johns, E...., represented
m. Telegraph printing: office. doubtless receiving a large salary for The two stocks consolidated makea Saturday. Mr. Crews, and D. E. Knight, Esq.,'
Orchestra practice Thursday 4:30 making this campaign. They can well goodly show of all sorts of goods, Wiley Brannen, of Lake Butler wan the railway company's attorney. It
p. m. WASN'T MADE FOR THE PURE afford to pay him twenty thousand all fresh and of best quality. The location spent Saturday night with his cousIn The jury in the ca awarded ?20 .i
Change of time. April lilt, evenings POSE dollars a year for he will beg a million being excellent Mr. Bryan's Helen Brannen of Palestine. damages to complainant and the company
cervices one-half hour later, dollars each year. We hold that many friends predict good businesl Johnnie Hurst was a visitor to Ba- will also have to pay the cost of
Special conference about pastor at Saturday a jolly moonshiner took a Sunday is not Injured when people for him. ker county %nday. S : the suit.The .
a 11 a. m., Sunday, April 3rd. stroll into the old school house, which enjoy alai are happy. The birds do Owen Register, of Manning, spent jury was composed of the following
Unpaid pledges on $75,001X000: cam IB being remodeled to look around. not cease to sing on Sunday nor does on others we are not offending God. the week-end with his grandmother citizens: i C. A. YounjrblooJ,
paign delinquent after April/ 30th. He found the old school bell standing the cow fail to graze on,that day. The 'It seems to us that Sam Small is trying Mrs. S. E. Shaw.J foreman; Geo. W. Lewis, T. M. WIN
BLANCHARD D. LAW on the floor. He walked around, it sun shines just the same. We say it to imitate Sam Jones, but he li a .Andrews made a business trip 'llama, J. E. Benton, A, Silcox:, Joe -
Pastor. and threw admiring glances at it. was a wise provision of God In setting poor imitation we say.-Ft. Lauder- to Raiford Saturday. Starling.
t d Then he tried to lift it, but in vain. aside a day of rest. But rest dale Sentinel. C. J. Shaw was among the visitor 1
Mrs. S. S. Dowling and little daughter "What a bully still top it would does not imply that we must sit in a to Raiford Saturday. S. R. Johns has moved with his q
Nettie left Sunday for Tallahassee make if It wasn't so hefty" he re- chair and look unhappy So long. as O. A. Griffls, of Lawtcy, paid our John Hurst attended the wood sawing family to the Gasklns residence on
to visit her parents. marked., we are moral and confer happiness office a pleasant call Saturday. i at Lee Brannen' Saturday. West Madison street. '
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i FRIDAY. MARCH 18, 1921.

J to Sunday it 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. of his sister, Mrs. John Mott. ville, spent part of last week here to wander. On the other hand the

G E. H. Godwin and family left: last I Clarice, Long spent Saturday and with her mother, Mrs. R. A. Weeks. home can be just as easily broken by

, week, for Fulton, Mo. Sunday at Five Mile, guest of her Edna Baxter spent the week-end too great a laxity--by too,great carelessness

-it J. B. Alexander and Miss Elizabeth parents, Mr and Mrs. H. Long. here. upon the part of the parent.

News tem Wheeler motored to Waldo Friday. I Miss Mae Duke spent'the week-end Lqrene and Ella Mae Hazen entered The happy medium i.1 sometime difficult -

County Misses Ethel Hunt and Maggie I with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Ben school at Gainesville Monday.Mr. to touch-for there are appar-

Maxwell, who are attending school in i i Duke. SUtrunk, of Starke, was in ently no two Individuals precisely
1n Starke, spent Saturday and Sunday I A special W. C. T. U, rally for new town Monday similar. Yet practically all of the
I later dn, facts Gathered During the Week br Our with their parents here. members closed March 14th. S: A. Bryan, of Starke, was in our wrong doing and thell deeds of the

Regular Correspondents. Dr. Bigg, of Starke, was a professional Rev. J.: D. Major preached at the town Monday. :: man may be traced to the early train-

:" visitor to Hampton this week. club: room Sunday morning and even Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns spent last ing. It is related that one religious

i.;.. 4 ::::::-Roberta of-.Lake -, ing.R: f>unday with relatives at Sampson.Mr. . order'' has given to the public this expression

City Sun LAKE BUTLER M. Price, of Jacksonville, motored and Mrs. Earl Dukes, and lit : *. "Give us the boy till he bea
to'Lake Butler Sunday and \as a tie daughter, of Dukes, spent the week doze# years old, and our faith is

Graham, March;"" 18.-Mrs. David 'day Vernon night.Jones, of Ilamuton was in Lake Butler, ,March 18,-Preston guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. Floyd. end with the .latter' mother, Mrs. I: sure of him thereafter" Early, impressions

Kelly Monday at Sampson. I', burg Sunday. Williams} of New River, was looking The Methodist missionary society Bryant Shaw. I are the most lasting-and
open our
and Bob after business ,affairs in town Satur Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. II. F, J. D. Baxter was in Gainesville on ,. the hardest to be forgotten..
Met>r : J. B. Surrcncy John McKinney of Sampson, attended
day. Priester Monday. t Argument example, and commonsense
Surrency were" business visitors to Bible school here Sunday. presiding.The |I I -
I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling) of New W. C. T. U. met and renderedthe are three factors that will tend
Waldo Monday. I H. Frank and
Messrs. W. Gurney I I
I River, were shopping in town Satur- following program Monday after- PINE HILL to start ;youths on higher course than
of Brooker a
George: Seville, was Viola Reynolds, Carl 'Jones- Henry
!&'1 business visitor here Monday. I and Clarence Padgett attended the I day. noon. Mab")8.Mr.;: 'i any other three things.. Argument of
Misses Trumle Johnnie Rimes Pine Hill and Mrs.
and ,
Song Some Sweet Day, an illustrative nature without a spirit
Ltndo Mslnc-i of ,
Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mrs.
candy pulling at I
of Miller Mrs. A. C. in the WalermiU
were guests of Prayer. Lloyd Johns were of animosity or vindictiveness; example
IMounleocba' buKcss visitors ;
were Hicks night. '
Carry Saturday I
Strickland Saturday, section last week. I
7 Scripture reading Ez. 33 19. that is given in a companion-
i bere Wednesday night. ,, visitor '
Math to
Wasdin was a Sampson
Odell Abernathy, of Jacksonville, Sunday. Mrs. C. F. Rivers and children have Why I Belong-Mrs. Harrell., I I' Mrs. W. H. Harrell was in Worth-1 t',I'able manner and free ,of "see-how-

here Wedne d/y. I returned from Jacksonville after two What the W. C. T. U. Has Accomplished ington Saturday. good-a-man-I-am" style; and common
weeks visit with Mrs. Fate Powell. I I Miss Lucile Harrell is on the sick
Jay Moody, of New River, spent the MILLER -Miss- Proctor. sense carefully displayed. The boy
week-end with his grandparents: Mr. Charles Money, of Gainesville, was Song-The New Fashioned Ballot. list this week. |I I! doe not like to beg picked upon" by

and Mrs.Alfred McKinney I Miller, March 18.-Murray Thomas visiting friends in Lake Butler Sun- What is Now Unlawful?-Mrs. I.I Miss Vera Surrency, of Lafayette; those in a position to say mean<< and

Fate Prevatt was a visitor to Sampson -I was a business visitor to Lake Butler day. Wise. i: county, spent the week-end with her]I' cutting things but nine in ten are

Saturday. Saturday. ,Martin Rimes, -of Worthington, was How Women Can Help Enforce' 'the homefolks, returning to her school ', willing to listen to reason if rightly

Rev. Berryan Dyal and wife, of I Mrs C. W. Liddon, of Tampa, visited transacting business in Lake Butler Law- Mrll. Strickland. I Sunday afternoon. I' told. And it may be added that what

5.; Bampnon, attended church bere Sun- her'sister, Mrs. Ii. S. Miller, last Saturday. Song, Work for Enforcement Where Cephus and Luther-Harrell attend I is good for the boy is good also for
day: I week. Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile, was a You Are. ed the surprise party at T. P. Edwards the girl.
Will Jones was a business visitor Miss Jewell Russell, of Bland, visited visitor to town Saturday. Scripture Reading, '1 Cor. 8, 913. Saturday night. I ICephus I I If the boy is started right in the

I; to Sampson Sat.ur fY. I Miss 'Anryi Belle Peeples last Mr., and Mrs. J. S. Townsend and Total Abstinence for the Sake of Harrell was in Brooker Sun- home he is mighty apt to go right

Lewis Matthews., of Waldo, has, removed week.. children, of Dukes,, motored to Lake Others-Mrs. Armstrong. day afternoon. :I! in the school-and moving pictures

to the Prevatt place where het' Denzil Thomas, and sister, Miss Butler Tuesday Song, Prohibition's Dawn. I Messrs. W. H. Harrell, Rand Crews :'I'nor any other form of diversementare
R. E. Dell spent Monday in Jack Benediction. and Cephus Harrell were in Worth apt to lower him in If he
win farm for J. C. Barry. I i Grettls, spent the week-end with their any way.
'Ethel and Truby Dyal, of Ziff, spent sister, Mrs. W, M. Thomas, of New sonville. ington Sunday morning. I'I is "looked after",to a degree far less
Thursday with their aunt, RubyDyal. river. Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular BROOK ER A.-B. Surrency and daughter, Rosa, than the mother look after,her pet
is'': appointment at Antioch Saturday and were in Brooker Saturday. I I cat the father look after his
Miss Martha' Britt, of Micanopy, Mr. and Mrs. B.,E. Brown were in or highbred
spending: the week with her cousins, Lake City last-week on business Sunday. Brooker, March 18.-Rev. Ridenourof M. A. demons and Royce Gaineyof dog or hogs, it is not to be won-
Misses Mattie and Minnie Ogden. Miss Janle Bielling has returned Mr. Turner, of New'River,' was attending Gainesville will fill his appoint- Brooker, were in this section Wednesday I I dered at that he sometimes "slips"

Tom Mills was a visitor to the home after teaching a successful term to business in Lake Butler ment here next Sunday at the Missionary afternoon.We .' I I from the best there is in him. Boy

: county scat Friday. of school at Bayard.J. Saturday e Baptist church.Mr. are sorry to report Mrs. Jim ;and girls require that relaxation that

:'' Lacy Prevail, of Ziff, was here Sat S. Brown was in Lake Butler'last Dr. E. RI Marshburn, of Chatta- and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent Crew ill. .nature demands in the young of any
urday.; week. hoochee, visited his parents, Mr. 'and Friday and Saturday afternoon in Lee and Fred Greene were in Brook sort; and too much'restriction or too
Misses Alma and Bertie Thomas, of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown were shop Mrs. J. 11. Marshburn this week.J. Gainesville. er Sunday afternoon. '\ ("much laxness will have a tendency to

Brooker, attended church here Saturday ping in Worthington one day last D. Alderman, of Jacksonville, Fred Hazen was in Gainesville last Mallie Surrency was in the Watermill stunt the best that within them lies.

,I night. week. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. week attending to business. section Saturday. ,'( Those who successfully solve the

Marvin visitor to Zff: Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of C. Townsend and family. Dr. Maines and father, of Lake But- Col. C. L. Peek, of Starke, spent the problem of where! lies the happy medium
Ogden was a
: Saturday afternoon. Providence, 'visited relatives in this Mrs H. L. Sprinkle and son. Henry, ler, were looking after business affairs first of the week with J. E. demons. i I are the ones whose children growto

Mes rl. Willard Smith and Schell community Sunday. spent the,week-end with Mr and Mrs. here Friday afternoon.R. lie was accompanied home' by Mr. be the best men and women in the

Byrd left Wednesday for Plant City. Miss Anna Belle Peeples has returned ,W. C. Townsend. A. Weeks was in Jacksonville' Clemens. community. -Kiasimmee Gazette.

I Mrs J. C, Barry left Saturday for to High Springs to re-enter Buddy, George and J. L. Sapp, of Thursday.Mr., I
school Starke, motored to town Sunday af .' and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson, of WATERMILL AN INSIDIOUS CAMPAIGN
Tampa, where she will spend several . ,
Dr. J. M. Mann, of Lake Butler' ternoon. Gainesville, were visitor here Thurs ..0.-
weeks with )her children.
James and Violas was a professional visitor here last Shelton Hall, of Gainesville, spent day. Watermill, March 18--Chesley fog I Emboldened b'th; inroads made
Reynolds son, ,
week. Sunday with his family. Rex Thomas, of Cooler Pond, attended of Graham, was a business visitor to into American liberty in the past few
were visitors to Hampton Sunday af
ternoon. Eurie Brown,,who is attending the Mr and Mrs. Bishop of Starke, B. Y. P. U. here Sunday night. this section, Thursday afternoon. 1 years-notably at a time 'when mil

.S Miss Smith and Mr. Melton of Wal- school at Lake Butler, spent the week motored to Lake Butler Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Baxter, who' hall' been Math Dukes, of Dukes, was In this lions of the best manhood of the country .
Misies Norma Dekle and Lucille visiting in Jacksonville returned home section Friday on business.
do with her mother end with homefolks. was away at war or in camps and
spent Sunday ,
Mrs. Mattliewsr- Uncle George Hargraves has returned Varnei spent Saturday at Sapp. Sunday. Joe Parrish, of Pine Hill spent Sun. I not allowed to take any part >rr the

Rev. Crosby filled his appointmenthere home after spending several Dr. C. B. Marshburn, of Bonifay, Vascoe Hazen motored to Worthington day morning here visiting.W. political affairs of their country-a

Saturday and Sunday. days in the hospital at Lake City, for motored to Lake Butler last week and Sunday. R. Hodge attended prayer meet- clique of religio-political fanatics are

' Math Wssdin, was a business visitor the treatment of his eyes.' is the'gue.t 'of his parents, Mr. and Allen Connelly, of Cooter Pond, was ing at Dedan Sunday. now inaugurating an insidious cam
Mrs. J. H. Marahburn. In town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Polk and children,
to Sampson Saturday. Thursday while Rev. ''E.- B. Joyner paign to bring about practically what
i Ada left for Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and of Starke, are located in the Gainey
Oliver aqd Gracey Sparks, of Moun- 'and R. M. Reaves were returning to Miss Register Saturday daughter', is expressly forbidden in our constitution
teocha, attended/ church here Sunday. j their I' homes, the horse became frightened a Visit with Mrs., J. J. Jones, of Mi- Inez, spent Saturday in Alachua cottage: near here. -a union of church and state.'
H. S. Warren spent the week-end L. A. Fowler, of Starke, was a business The
Levy Prescott and daughter, Avy, and ran away. Both the occupants -I canopy. activities of the so-called Lord'sDay
Misses Alberta and Lota here returning to Hardee Monday. visitor to our section Friday.
rr, of Ziff, spent Sunday here with their were thrown out of the wagon Biplling Alliance, which.proposes to bring
friend and sustained very painful bruises. and brother, Rollie, spent the week- lie was accompanied by his son, My- Leslie and Roy Greene, of Pine Hill back into effect the "blue laws" and

Mr. and 'Mrs. J. B. Burnsed are via. < B. E. Brown was a business visitorto end with their parents at Providence. ers. passed through here Saturday. proposes to dictate the way in which)

iting relatives and friends at Ziff this Lake Butler Monday. Mrs Joe Crews and son, Shelton Chealey Fogg, of Graham, was in W. W. Brown was ,transacting business the first day of each week should be

week., |I Earle Peeples was visiting friends Loadholtz, spent Monday at Guilford. town Thursday afterjioon. in Starke Thursday observed by, al" people, are being

t hire Salisbury, of Mississippi, is and relatives in Alachpa and High Ben Duke and Harry Long, of Five Mrs. A. A. Hazen was in Gaines Mr. and Mrs Will Andrews spent craftily begun, and there is need for

visiting her uncle, David Kelly. i' Springs Sunday. Mile, motored to town Friday.D. ville Sunday. Sunday at Brooker. every man adn woman believing in

Charley McKinney, of New River, I Johnnie Ward, of Providence pass W. Borum spent Monday with Mildred and Hazel Morgan, of H. L. Gatlin and son, of Starke, were the inherent rights of Americans to

j, spent the weekend with his parents, ed through here. >Saturday enroute to his family.Mr. Gainesville, spent Saturday here with here Saturday transacting, business. protest against this, assumption of
Mr. and Mrs Alfred McKinney. Dukes R. E. Dell's store was robbed their aunt, Mrs. L. L. Johns. Marvin Ogden, of Graham, spent power and dictatorial policy.

a Miss Gracey Fogg, of Lake Butler, Miss Carrie Belle Brown spent the last Thursday. Up to this writing no Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, spent Saturday afternoon here Recently addresses have been madein -
clue to the robbers has been found. Saturday here. Mrs. J. H. Brown and daughter,
spent the weekend with her brother weekend with her parents here as J the East regarding the propagandaof
'" ... Patra Tomasella visited in Gainesville Maxie, Kelly, of New River, spent Rhoda, spent Monday afternoon shop the blue law advocates and ,prominent -

. To Cur a Cold In One Day t HAMPTON ,last week. Sunday afternoon here. ping in Brooker. men and women have protested

T.... LAXATIVE KROMO QUININE (T.hW*. Ito .I Mrs. C. A. Savage is able to be out Roy Godwin and mother, of Alachua J. J. Morgan, of Brooker, was here against this latest attempt to legislate -
1\ Mop the(4Mgli .nd''fteadaoha led worha If the Hampton, March 18.-Wm. Strick again after an (lines* of several days. passed through here Sunday. Sunday afternoon. moral and
Cold. C W.(;ROVr; .I u.tura nfl each bur SUo. reform the world by
land, of Tallahassee, has recently been The many friends of Marie' Chas S. V. Andreu and G. B. Colson spent Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren were force Governor Edwards, of New

lt the guest of Mr. and Mrs E. C. Wil tain were delightfully entertained at Tuesday and Wednesday in the sand visiting In'Starke Saturday. Jersey a message to the legislature -

Hastings Seeds i Name her home Friday evening at a tacky I hills.E.. ?r I L. A. Johns and family, of Alachua, party. The guests arrived early and T. Stewart spent the week-end were shopping in Brooker Saturday be on guard against the approachof

1921 Catalog Free motored to Hampton Monday eveningand were dressed In many different costumes home. :. afternoon. such intolerant effort He declared -

I Its ready BOW. 111 handsomely UInatrated spent the night with Mr Johns' A spelling match, cross questions Mrs. E. B. Andreu was on the sick 1 Raiford Brannen, of Lake Butler, that the plan of the alliance was
mother, Mrs. Annie Johns. and crooked answers, who you list last week. spent Sunday afternoon here visiting
paces of worth-while seed to get various legislature to'enact
and garden new. This new catalog Mrs E. C. Williams, has recently are with and what you are doing, was Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Johns and son, : drastic laws regarding the observance

"r we believe, Is the most valuable seed been shopping in Jacksonville, among the games enjoyed. At a late of New River, were in here Saturday I WHY DO BOYS GO "FLEWEYT" cf,the first of the week, nnd said:
book ever published. It OODtainll! Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, of Starke, hour refreshment were served, consilltlna afternoon. I I -:-- "
1 believe it to be to the advantageof
'' twenty full pates of the most popularrscetables were business visitors here,Tuesday. of cold drinks and cakes. The Mr. and Mr.. Frank Beville, of Every little while some "sclentistor "
and lowers la their natural the cliurche that scuh legislation
Dr., and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton of' to Ruth James and New River moved here and '
colors. the finest work of Its kind prize was given Monday "moralist" comes out with a spiel should not prevail. Sumptuary leg
"' ever attempted. Starke, were visitors here Friday. Clyde Crews, the former wearing a are occupying the Shriver cottage. j I ias to why youths "go plum to noth islation questions of morals
upon restraining
With our pboLo, raphlc illustration,[' Mr. Youngblood, of Theressa, wasa brown skirt, a man's silk shirt, colored L. R. Gainey motored to New River ing." The cause has been named ai''' ,
and color pictures also from photographs visitor to Hamptoia recently.T. Clauses and imitation earrings. The Monday. ,; almost everything; school conditions, '' the liberty of the individualto

w* show you Just what yes I M. Wasdin, of Graham, was attending latter wore overalls with various colored Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent'' incompetent teachers, movie shows, 'I worship God in his own way and to
grow with Hasting Seed even bo> take such recreation be
i t tare you order the seeds. This oata- to business in Hampton Tues ribbons on them and a false. mus Tuesday with relatives at Pine Hill. : novels, the daily press, theatres, and to his well being may necessary
? log makes garden and flower bell I, day.B.. tache. Mrs. Jno. Shriver was in Gainesville scores of other things-In fact, those may cause: a
i planning easy and It should b. la .* Johns was a busings visitor to ,The hostess was assisted in enter last week. I Who utter preachments against con that will be detrimental to

ory single Southern home. Writ asa Starke Saturday. taining these young people by Mrs Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse, was in ditions which ere so common have hit religious observance and will in itself
post-carl for It, clvlnc your name j be t demoralizing to the I
a find addrsaa. It will oom to yes Mrs II. B. Peeples, who has been Jim Nester, Mrs. Kerce and Mrs. I. town last week. 1! upon many sources except the correctone. therefore community.such
the of her mother at Hah Ira. Nat Roberts. i Clyde Cone who has been Ill' suggest to you that if
by mall and you wW be mlftitylad guest very The chief reason why lads "go "
( urns''. got It. Ga., for the past week, returned to Among those present were Ruth, with bronchitis, is better at this writ- '.' wrong," if one cares touse the hack bills appear they be not approved.
Hastings Beeda are the Standard'I her home here Sunday. James and GeneVieve Rivers, Blanche neyed expression, be found in Evangelist Charles F. Potter, in
of the South and hare ing.M may New York
they the larg last Sunday called the blue
Allie Rahme of Ocala business Roberta Zenith Armstrong Connie .P.
sat mall order seed house In the world was a Matheny and Claude Crosby the home and the early training.Too law Idea
(, back of Uem. They've got to be the visitor to Hampton this week. Padgett, Willie Mae Johnson, Leona spent Monday afternoon in Gaines much home legislation is as badas "bigotry's big stick. and

host. Write now for the ItSl ...... Dr. Bishop, of Gainesville, was at Kerce, Clarice Priester, Lizzie Kerce, vllle.I too little; too many rule rigidly said that he would rather-* sons
log. It .. absolutely fr ,- tending to professional business here Bernice Roberta, Marion, James, Alice I Mr. Johns, of Starke, was here on'' enforced-too little freedom for fear should be brought into the church wil

,H. .. HASTINGS CO. 8KED8MKN, Sunday. Pipet', Addle Mac' and Jessie Belle ; business Monday. I of wildness-too few explanation as tingly than by force.

t ATLANTA. .... t tAsk Mr*. Sparkman, of Waldo, was the Raulerson. Thelma Parker, Marie and Fred Hazen was in Starke Monday to "wherefores" and "whys" all Publicity given the movement does

.. guest of friends and relatives here Zone Chaatain, Mary Borum, Clyde afternoon.L. these are but incentives for the boy not appear to have 'wbn for it any

to Your Soldier Boy How "Cootie." this week. Crewe, Charles Rivera, Seeber Bo- W. Sowell, of Alachua. has ,pure great amount of support, for whichwe

Got Such a Hold I IH Friday evening, March 11, a son dine, James Kennedy, J. C. Priester, chased the barber shop of H. L. Lewis The NOTICE TO RELATIVES. ETC should be thankful--and, it should
next of kin to the late Wm. H ....,.. "
11 tell you that the battlefields ;, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Martin Loadholta, Herman Jones, Ce- "and has moved his family to the dmaaed.. late of Bradford County Florida, bo 'rememheied' also that the boy*
{ :' and R. and all cradium of said aataU and all oth.r.. are at'honlll again all l be counted
, ; of Europe were swarming with rats, Brown. cil: Roberts, Holland J. Chas- Gainey cottage. I whom ft may onecm.. will pltiaaa take. BO may
,; which carried the dangerous vermin Robert Brown was transacting business tain. G. B. Colson and S. V. Andreu tin that on April IS, A. D. mi. I will appoint on to raise their voices against be-
Don't let in Starke Tu day. Messrs. Jim Ritch John Williams and a creditor, of Hid citato or aom fit ..... ing further deprived of the liberty
: and caused our men misery. < spent Tuesday Wednesday at the on aa administrator of said _!aloe in the .beence -
' I rats bring disease Into your home. Mrs, Annie Johns and little grandchildren and Mussel white,,of Jennings, were lakes fishing appointment of tha, nnt of kin to apply for such that was guaranteed in the constitution. ,

1 'I' When you see the first one get RAT'' who have been visiting relatives visitors to Lake Butler Monday. J. J. Morgan spent Monday' attending shown to ba the indebted said' and eetat dW having ud :having ton .-:Times-Union. :,

; SNAP. That will finish them quick. '' and friends at Natal, returnedto Little Virginia Hall and hire: C. R. to business in Gainesville. of.ldNI hi. death in Bradford and all County.known aaaMa Florida of, laid to tim..a.tat. -

j:1 J Three sizes 85e, 65c, $1.25. Sold and their home here Sunday. May, of Newberry, were guests of Eldon Baxter was in Gainesville betas situated In the said Bradford conn Piles Cored In 6 to 14 Days

i j ;t guaranteed by D. C. Jones, Stark*.- Rev. Gibson, of Lafayette county, Mrs. George Coleman last week. t Monday afternoon. ty. Florida. R. A. GREEN. msllll...n-ninrf money If PAZO OINTMENT: fetal r rto

': ,, Adv. I will preach at the Baptist church Mr. Thomas, of Miller, is the guest Miss Edwina McBeath, of Gaines County Florida.Jud,.. Bradford County State of loatnnl.y OUTS lmhintBknd nlti ve Itching 3l xlnaorProuudlnSPw Pile! and run. can yc'tratule *
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II' I Bradford County FarmersNO . .

I No wonder Ke fat:

( 4' SOIL MPK WITHOUT HUMUS: gen from the air and store it for the r small fruits. e [

use of the plant. These are among Among small fruits of more recent

Hum UK is the life of the soil. Soils the most profitable crops. development there is none ranking

r with little or no humus have but a Do not make the mistake of plant- higher anywhere than the tree blueberry znan. chu.ck1ed'I

small amount of bacterial life in them ing all your land to Just one or two Blueberries and huckleberries I

I Kactrrial life in the soil is necessary crops. Don't take one or two chances j are known to nearly everybody all

before it can be called a fertile soil. when you can just as easily take more over the country. But not many are I I SWELLED with pride. WAS HOT stnO.

Fertile soils are the only soils that Raise enough food crops for your own familiar with the fact that cultivated i . . .

That is theway use and try to have a surplus to sell. blueberries and huckleberries are far THE FAT man next to m., BUT THEN lie .&ld."FORGET .
produce profitable crops.
I . . .
Scott animal industralistof superior in many respects to the wild
J. M. WAS READING ono THE ad*.
the Florida Experiment Station, I'LANT LEGUMES COWI'EAS. varieties. Fewer still are aware that I . . .

rums things up. lie adds, Nearly all VELVET BEANS, PEANUTS i the tree blueberry has been cultivatedand I, OF MY cigarette ads I NEVERread'em.
I . . .
improved in the South for more *
soils in Florida would be improved by I II
J the addition of humus. From many sections! of the countryis than half a generation until now it is I AND I felt him chuckle. BUT LEMME tell 700.
. . .
ci heard the voices of farmers risingin possible to find orchar'U
Humus can be added to the soil by NOW NO one had ever. SOMETHING DIFFERENT. .
adding vegetable matter that will decay protest against high prices of far i which yield handsome profits each and . . .

tllizcrs. From other sections come information every year.. PRAISED THAT ad. THEY OUGHT to say.
in a reasonably short time. Instead '' . .
that farmers are buying'
The most successful blueberry plantings
Q of burning off grass: and weeds, .
SO I had to ask. ABOUT THAT cigarette
W plow them under. ''In this way you great quantities of fertilizers. Some in the commercial line are foundin . *.

1 will convert them into humus insteadof i farmers will fertilize; others will not. j the South. The successful orchard IF HE liked It. AND THAT Is this.
dealers are unjust in . .
smoke. When a crop of grass: and Some fertilizer tree blueberry was developed in the .

weeds is burned the greater part of I the prices they charge; other are hon South, a fact which is fully demonstrated AND HE. said. "Bur*." THEY SATISFY.. .

the fertilizing elements go up in the est. I I, in'acreages in a number of AND LAUGHED some more. AND DARNED if 1 don'tHE think,
smoke I I But'there Is one source of fertilizer j I Ithe groves, ranging in ages from three to . . .

very highest grade of fertilizer, II I fifteen years and which have been THEN HE said. REALLY believed.HE ,
The who carefully returns to ,,
man .
too-that can always be depended up- yielding/ bountifully and regularly:
his farm all of tip organic 'matter |I "LOOK HERE" and pointed. WAS giving me.
on to be fair In Ita cost. That source i year after year since the second year . .
available such as stable manure, velvet ,,, |I
1 is above and about us and it can after panting The Southern Orchard *
bean vines and weeds that space AND WHERE I'd written. SOMETHING NEWT I IOU i
grass himself. He is . . '
be tapped by the farmer tree blueberry no longer an \
+ I land ''
Accumulate each the ,
year upon start his factories and off to, experiment, but is of merit. "PURE TOBACCO.
can go proven \/ can blame it on the printer If
is improving his soil. The man who ,, . .
'' fish or to sleep;r the factories stop Thousands or this variety of tree blueberry i I you don't see "They Satisfy" in
I burns olT all this matter each year reduces THE PRINTER had set
Chesterfield advertisement. But
a be
neither at night nor when the owner are being planted in all parts . .
the fertility of the soil. This sure of this-you'll find it In the cigarette -
is elsewhere. lof the South. i 20 for 20 cents URE TABASCO.1"AND
) I time. Wonderful Turkishand
jrcans lower crop yields, which is I . every i
of I'1 I The factories are the roots of le- The cost of establishing markets Domestic toba coa, wonderfully I!
another of increasing the cost
way /n airtight .. THAT'S why the
pckmg maa.
for the is blended-it sounds But I
velvet blueberry eliminated as the C easy. you'll I
plants ,
cowpeas .
production. jruminjoug AJmo obtainable in round .
find nothing else like Chesterfield.
t beans, soybeans, peanuts, vetch, 'etc. demand for the fruit l is everywhere tin.of SO,vmcuum-temltd. THOUGHT MY ad. That blend can't lie copied.

f FARMING ,SUGGESTIONS ITW Rather the factories are the germs almost unlimited. It is a fruit every- . S

SPRING which live upon the roots. The germs body likes and it is unnecessary to I

feed upon the nitrogen of the air and cultivate a taste for it. .

Conserve moisture with all crops by store it in the tissues of the plant. 1 I A generation of experience has

) dust mulch formed the shown that no diseases or insects attack
t, a on And nitrogen Is the dearest clementIn !
surface of the ground Dink or spike the world. It exists in the air in it and no spraying is necessary. ass
tooth harrows small cultivators This Is a remarkable saving because
or untold quantities. Almost priceless, I
xveeclrrs the usual tools used in thousands of dollars are expended annually
are it can be gotten for actually less than
mulc'h Inlt. Indications are that the the cheaper plant food elements. All for spraying many other fruit

spring will be dry; therefore, all tho we have to do is plant such crops as trees.

moisture In tho soil will be needed for mentioned, and they do the rest. I Much money and time are expended 1fPJ//
for the of fruits
planted crops The soils of Florida need much ni
I'' Small grain crops will give! larger trogen. These plants are adapted to from frosts, often without favorable .

/ :yields, If moisture In {the soil is conserved Florida soils. He who is in need of results. Many times in the )past few JLiaricTT A: MYERS TOBACCO Co.

for their use Stir the soil fertilizer (which means everybody) years, the losses from frosts have

\ with a woodcr and secure larger oat should plant these crops. Where it Is' amounted to thousands of dollars -'
i and yields. But do not keep Neither the plants nor the fruit of the
rye up necessary to grow leguminous I -----
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this cultivation of small blueberries have ever been adversely
grain: crops rotation
crops, arrange* your system the second and five or six Careful records 'will be and I
night number attended.
I affected or destroyed by freezes or year year groves. keptof a large
after they show signs: of booting. to Include,one or more of those which '
I old trees give bountiful returns and these demonstrations. E. W. and
Now is Ole time to plant corn and are leguminous. 1tllaYI. cold weather. .. j jGadsden Hayes children
other staple crops. But before plantIng ,I II I The tree blueberry does not require I pleasing: profits. --- Stuike, spent Sunday with Mr. and

I the soil should be thoroughly pul- pruning, but yields bountifully yearafter The writer Is familiar with some -Helped establish a farm Mrs. N. G. Hayes. >:
verized. The seed should be planted year without pruning. I twenty-five varieties but only two of bureau organization. at Havana this Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards spent '

deeper t.hallIRual, because of the dry I your garden-has a light, ,well- I Because many of the varieties ofblueberry them are being offered as a commercial week. I the week-end with the letter's ,.par

season. When planting, it is well to drained fertile soil, snap beans should and huckleberry plants proposition at present, the Southern Suwannee ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Norman, of :'
V' I were originally found in low '[ Orchard tree blueberry and the -Large: hog fattening Starke. !
1 I" follow with a roller In order to compact j or near ,
do well in it. As they require only
S places it believed I Early Orchard tree blueberry the crops are'being planted in this county i i C. M. Andreu was a business visitor -
: the soil about the seed This will sixty days from the time of plantingto swampy was formerly this f!!
that land former being a most bountiful yielder year, ] to Bland Monday
swamp was
result in better germination. Stirringof bear fruit, they come at a time necessary : {j
for their successful [ of the luscious fruit the berries be- ,
f } the soil should commence soon after when they can be taken care of without )propagation.: This I ,
fl 1' or even before, the seed come neglecting: other crops. Besides 1 has been abundantly disproven by :| ing from a third to more than a half Madison-Two community councils JACK HAD A WIFE IN EVERY M

I years of experience, Several groves inch in diameter, and the Early tree were organized here this week. An i j i PORT
up' that, they arc legumes: and will add
, order was made by them for 600 bush j .
growing and blueberry much smaller fruit :
Sugar cane planted last fall or win I: much nitrogen to the soil am yielding the most.substantial yielding I -

..l ter is no doubt up. What has been I Plant snap beans In rows or hills, /I' result on high rolling but delicious in flavor, equal other eta pea seed, which means a saving I',, Muriel fourteen) times in three

I i said about conserving moisture with says W. L. Floyd professor of horti- land, which had formerly been used wise in quality to the other variety of $300 to the farmers years, a deserter from both the army

other crops apply with cane. Prob culture, University of Florida. Cultivate for years In raising ordinary farm' and ripening several l weeks earlier. I I j I and navy, and now nerving a term 1n .

ably no other crop requires more water them frequently and shallow, but crops While they do well on old { By E. L. Zimmerman, Tampa, Fla. Orange made-Grove developments arc the naval prison at Portsmouth, N. H.,
cUI"1 being throughout the
;., than sugar cane; for, that reason do not cultivate when the leaves arc 1! tivated soil, they do still better Citrus blooming county.. comprises the alleged war record of
are heavily.An
+ mulching Is very necessary I j I wet i j will produce highly (paying: /groves COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS unusual groves interest in farm bureau IIarold Hammond, twenty years of

If tho small ,,grains show little vi. I If the plants turn yellow, apply a more quickly on new unsweetenedland. I r work Is being shown among the farm- age. This was revealed here in annulment -

talityt a top dressing of about 100 small amount of nitrate of soda. Someof When planted on old land it is I Seminole-An unusually large crop ers. proceedings brought by the first
pounds nitrate of soda to the acre will'' recommended that they be fertilized and second wives.
the fuvortte varieties are Refugee: of corn will bo planted in this county ---
I v greatly: increase tho yield. Nitrate of stringless and Red and Brack Valen when )planted and yearly thereafter ,j this spring and staple farm crops of Santa Kosu The court was toll that Hammond

coda should be applied on freshly pulverized tine. with a fair quantity of sour muck or all kinds will be greatly increased. -Most club members enlisted in the army in the fall of
have their land broken
soil and worked immediately f unsweetened leaf mould, easily ob- I and ready for 1917 and shortly afterward deserted

,i with a wecdi-r or harrow. TRim HLUKBERRIHS AND THEIR tained in all parts of the South Bay-Farmers of this sectiln arc planting. Several few; leading farmersare from Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont, and
t t No cropping system should exclude ,PROFITABLE CULTIVATION i, There are so many good and su- I' planting cane potatoes, watermelons trees a acres each to peach went to New Yolk, where he was mar
I : legumes-velvet beans, cowpeas, peanuts { pcrior points in the growing of the and a little corn, and are using but ried. The following day he ,was ar-

bcggarwaed or some other plant I! Each year fruit growing, : l is becoming Southern Orchard tree blueberries Mile: fertilizer because of its high rested and sent back to his command.

famous for its ability to take nitro a more important Industry in'the for commercial market purposes thatit price Holmes-Many farmers are plant- Then he deserted the army and enlisted -

United States. Nowhere Is this more is hard to tell them all. One of the Ing corn. The Irish potato crop promises in the navy under an assumed

I true than In the South, where conditions best points is that they yield enormous bee a'large yield. name. Once in the navy he lived up

are generally favorable and crops annually. The Information Brevard-Eighteen club members to the precepts of a sailor and had a
, I signed: this week' and there Taylor During the week dc
given here is from personal up I ver-
STOMACH IN sweetheart in
# ORDER! where the varieties developed every port; a good
experience and Is not work are more prospects in sight. ed to farmers a car of co-operatively
are more numerous than In any guess manyof them, he subsequently wed
; The picking of the berries-Is, quick ordered ferilizer, which means a savIng
; NO INDIGESTION nation but where ded.
other part of the Volusia-A carload of feed IItuft'sand'
to the buyers of about 25
ly accomplished, as they bear so heavily per
until recent years there has been less Hammond's attorney he mar-
other merchandise e&lj
has been
' that be cent. |I"
they can literally scooped
GAS SOURNESS fruit specializing.! Florida and the from the dried by the DeLand Community _.- ried girls all the way from Maine to

other Gulf Coast states have several plants Council Palm Beach-Our county fair was Virginia, and declared he married two

'I f, Tape's lIiap''P'.n'. bas proven itself advantages In fruit growing: The They are not nearly as heavy feeders a success, because all community on the same day.
i' the limit relief fur the when developing as many 'other .-_-_. ,
Iiulip.-M.ion, Gases, citrus fruit of Florida and peaches Oscoola-Orange groves are in heavy councils in the county fook part in it.
I'lfttuN-iiHO fruits and
heartburn Sourness Fermentation are ordinary vegetablescan

l of Georgia are world famous In recent -
' n bloom and growers are optimistic. How Could HeT
or Stomach :Distress caused be raised in the orchard which
l>y acidity. A few tablets give almost years bunch grape growing In will several times for the Many growers are spraying for citrus Duvol-General' field crops are being A physician says freedom from

t.1 immmliato stonwrh relief and shortly ; the South has received grout impetusall pay expense scab and other diseased. Irish, potato planted earlier than usual. Farmers worry Is essential to the treatment of

the. stomach in corrected so you ran oat : along the Gulf region until Florida of planting and caring for the blue- crop good; chipping will commencein seem to be in good; heart and not locomotor ataxia But a man who
favorite foods without fear. Large t+asecosta berry grove. could keep free from with loco-
bids fair in a brief period to rank corny
about three weeks.1'0lkGrowe1'll worrying much low of
over prices
only few conln
at the
drug store
Bear In blueberriesripen
of mind that motor maxis' coul.l recover from an
California in the
Million. helped! annually. with production farm products.
I at a time of the year when other amputated n"ad without treatment.'ift .-
-- I I fruits are rather scarce, usually are preparing Lou1 f nurrr' .Suurnal.ilCascaretslf .

' pY +f4.+++++++++++++++++++++++' I'l II++I I M 1 1 I I I I I I I I I +..* i ripening in northern Florida and spray with lime sulphur and Black NOT nimcn.T TO GET OUT or J
Leaf 40 for mites, Uirtps, red spiders DEBT
southern Georgia the latter part of
etc. Packing houses working -
May, June, July and In August farther are '
Seed Potatoes I' north. overtime and fruit prices are advancing. There are many ways of getting into -

debt, but perhaps the easiest way for
No other fruit has'
so many
8PAUnr-G; No. .I ROSE IRISH COlHJLERS to get there while you are working
points in its favor as the tree blue-
I I'lIlIco--Oranl/e groves are in full hard to get out is to practice the one-
,' EARLY RED BLISS TRIUMPH berry. When properly picked and
bloom. Corn i I. being planted, and crop method of farming. The surest ConstipationJust
o; '. We are fortunate in our contracts which make it pos- crated, this fruit will ship to all parts many farmers are using only pedigreed way to get out and keep out is to

sible to quote lowest market prices. It will pay you to of the United States without icing. seed Although watermelon !I practice diversified farming. ,

get, our Prices before buying and our Quality before As a commercial fruit it Is equally acreage is CO per cent less than last : One crop may fail each year but no think I A pleasant, harmless
tt' good: for the local market or for the Ca* .r>t works while
and bas
, planting. Our Seed Potatoes the highest quality will you sleep
ft are year, the crop promises well. Much year find a failure in all crops. liver
far distant city, as there is an enormous your active, head clear, stomach.swwt
r;,, Maine Grown. selected especially for seed. demand for it In all local co-operative purchasing of farm sup Practice safety- first in your farming. and bowols moving ... regular asa

I N Send for Free Catalogue and Seed Special giving, is markets. plies and materials through: the farm The agricultural: departments of the clock by morning. Jfo griping- orjMxmvenienoe.
It the best commercial fruit
Revised Prices on new crop Seed leans Peas Red Seal bureau organizations University of Florida will help you JO, 25 or 60 cent boxes.uuldr .
proposition ever offered to the public, a love this oathartio too.
i Tomato, Cucumber Seed Pepper, Etc. 'Ve carry all the in -- by answering your queries and sending -
estimation. As
our as twenty
J leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been many Columbia-The'national editors you useful information. And do
quarts have been picked from ape To
tested and known to be adapted to our soil and climate. were fed Columbia county hams at not forget to call upon your county Stop a Cough Quick
tree in Over take
a picking. forty
\ Seed Oats. R>'e, Vetch Rape Etc. The planting season have the banquet given them at the Florida agent. His services are yours for the HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a
been from single
is near at hand. Our information service is free. Call quarts picked a State College for Women. The hams asking cough medicine which stops the cough by
The sold healing the inflamed
in fruit
tree one season. furnished and irritated tissues.
4 on us for any Information on your crops you might were by M. C. Houser. Co- Abo
readily last season at 40 cents per ;: .of O-PEN-TRATE
think we can supply. I quart. operative marketing through the farm BRADFORD SALVE for Chest OCold.. Head Colds and0oup

OLDEST & LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA I The plants should be planted 12x12 bureau continues.-- Bradford, March 18.-L. A. Cooks HAVES'Is HEALING encldked with HONEY.every The bottle salve of

s : feet, making 302 trees to the acre, or Citrus-I have held three meetingsthis and ulster, Miss Florrie, of Ft. White should be rubbed on the chest and throatof

E. A. Martin Seed Co. 12x6 feet, making C04 plants to the week boys Many new spent the weekend with relatives. children: suffering from a Cold or Croup.hlto .
acre. Even at the low estimated yieldof members were enrolled. Seeber Edwards aide The .. and Malcolm Har- throw combined with the ho.I Eos enact of'jAr
Day Street Jacksonville Florida. 10 quarts plant it is that G"o' O-P.o-Trale ..
E. seen fial.
202-206 per roll attended B. Y. P. U. at Brooker the.....IIOtIQ stops a cough through the pone 01
HY-TEST'SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS they yield a handsome profit per acre. I.ake-Citrus blooms are heavy. Demonstration Sunday night. Both.......edl..aye fItIrbcllo ode.artao Sad the
i They yield some berries the first cat of Lbe auobhed tyeatmeut is
I' year sprayings for thrip con- ,A party eras enjoyed'at the home of
I" .. PI I i 'I t--t 1 II i-M-M++++++lilt PlIIII 111111111111 r 111111 I after planting trod quite a quantity trol are being conducted in several Mr. and Mrs T. B. Edwards Saturday HEALING ask liONEY.your draggles rOW HAYES'


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HIGHLAND visited relatives here last week. A M Darby light lohea ____._____.. '..0 r Distrirt Ne. --- -
U W Alorrtnau 1 month clerk auditor. 1*..IM) Ralaneo F..... Kalanre Feb.. 1. 1D21 Uh_______.. 61 88 Judicial Circuit. I :
j W. E. Torode B. Wells 1, 1921 101.8 Bradford County In Chaneery. .
and E. were (I W AI.-rm.n: iwplito machine ete ,... Itfeelpta during moat---__-_-_----- -- heoelpts' during; month ..____hn___. IB.81 .

Highland March 18-Mrs.. II. C. visitors to Kingsley lake last week. Q W Alderman yea record oonvietlona 17.K6 I Warranta baued ______._____.-_. 8.90.OO }: .: ':18M'Xdl.: .1921----....-:::::.::::: 8:at J. K. Nlckle.Complainant.. I :
March 1. 1V21 ________ .
Wimbcrly and Miss 'U M
Ricks were : The strawberry crop is now on in John Mack. janitor ..___-________-_ 8600C IHetrirt N. I* I Balance Dlstrlrt No.' II veO. I
bushes visitors to Jacksonville A Knight _____ _____._ nalanee Feb. Feb. 1. 19C1 .. ._. .._____ .__ 6(88 J. Johnann I
on super ret u 0.00t I. 1921 _________ 217.78 Vt
earnest. While during
Tuesday. I I the acreage is small >... w '' u ...tlfll... .....It _.__n._ .. ._ II.U 1 lc-.I,... during month ___._-_____ 1.11 Warranla'.a..Ida Isaued: : month. __::- :-:::::::= Defendant. ,

'as! compared to former seasons quite Drew Co da _. --______-_.--.____--- 6.11 Warrants ISHUIH -.u______..-?__ '.00 llalanee March 1.--1921-- __-__ ._.. _ 800 It appearing ty arTldavit apended to the _
H. B. Scott of Jacksonville visited FllloUlFlaher: Co regard nhbnna ____ 11.(10 Halanoa March 1. 1921 ____________ 212 90 March 8. n 89.88 hill filed In the above stated eauae that C. J. ,
a large number of crates are being Telegraph '. __ Johnson the defendant
etatlonrry .1".1& office 68 60 Dlstrlrt N. 11Halanoe nt(Ar\FORD COI'NTY therein named l I. e 11-' I

friends here Tuesday and was accompanied Chipped daily. Last week four re- Starke' Phone Co ,,"' .n. rent n.___. 8.88 ....b. 1. 19M _____ __________ 140IU ST/fllS OK FI.ORIIM. non-realdent. of the atate of Florida and that II "
( ( lty Light I'lant _________ __ . his realdenre. i. 127 Peer "I ,
llghta .. Street.
u 17.M ReiiU during mnoth _____ I ....eertirr, that the Valdfwta.
back _._ foregoing
by Andrew Hill who I frigerator cars containing 118 J 6 .9 .ta. Ga., and b
I 143, W : F.piwraon 1 day with board ____ 4 00 over the age of twentyK
oo Warranta Issued .______._________ 4.00 nient of the Kerclpta and itiumemenu of I It yeara
hag been visiting George Parker tot a |i 1100 and 175 CAftotersado _n_________.___- 40 District N. 11 fif February 1921 la true and and Is Iwnhy required to appear ,
couple of weeks. [ cidcs a large number of crates in M'trhell Drug. Store correct to tlw lo the bill of eontiilalnl filed In Bald
I IH. refrigerator pencils __ ..____ .RO i beat of my $".nnwlr.ltand beliefII cause on ,
N P Walnwright advance tea Ralana Feb 1. 1011 _____-...__.____ aoc.fIt nr before Monday, the 4th day of April. A.
C. Wimberly, Jr., left Wednesday boxes were shipped. The E W Hayea com tai collector __awaevaor_.____ 50)00 Keeelpta during month _____.__..___ A.78 B. WIGGINS. I). 1921. otherwise. the allegations of paid loll f)\.' : Warranta aud. ________ ___ lIu..I.t.nd..t..r Public. Instruction.FINANCIAL will I..
prices have been ____ .... IR.OO( taken a, confessed by Bald defend
y for Madison where he wpl 1;;' visit I very satisfactory; so Total ...____-.: :' Italance March 1. ISO) ____________.. 828.8W -- .nL' .,. j
----- ---------- 516.15
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. far. During' the past week they ranged _ line and Forfeiture? Fend. I HUIrirt N._18Warmnta BTATFMKNT': OF COIINTT It la further ordered that this order be puh* I ,
i at the platform from W W n.Uden wanhing at jail ._____ t 00 Halanor rrb. 1. 1921 _____? 207.04 rUNt lished once a week for four consecutive weeka. '
R. Wimberly, for several week $10 to $11.60 I W W Ralnden guard. at Jail__________ 40.00 Keceipu during month .__......___ '.74 Monthly flnanalal atatrment of Bradford :In the' Bradford County Telegraph, a news
C. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was a I per crate. A telegram received here W B Middleton profeaalonal ...rvl... __ A.00 Warranla. Issued l ..... ._.'-___..?? 1000 County for the month of February, 1981. IMtiM, published I I In said county and atate. r
the middle of the week Turner Drug Store medicine jail _____ *.44 Balance March 1. 1921 _____oo_.____ 19.... General Fend. This... 2nd day ..r Mareh A. n 1921.Q .
business from
visitor Thursday. New W .:r Fpptnion. confiscating,..__ V.8S District Ne. 14. Balance Frb. 1. 1C1 ..-887088 W. ALDFRMAN.
I. York stated that berries shipped in W J F.pitenon do __._________ 1.21 Balance Frb. 1. __.._._._. 119.8( lleerlpta during month ---.--......-- B7(.29 Seal") Clrrk Circuit Court.
J. Marr made
a business trip to( W J Fpperaon Inveatlgatlng ..... Mm h Keeelpta during month _.___________ e.u"a..n. Warranla Issued .-.. ---__ 11.8 68 By C, A. KNIGHT.
Starke Thursday. refrigerator boxes had been Hold -for W.I.V. ._____.__u____._________. soon .. Isaued, __________._____?_ 1900 Valance March 1. 1921 -- (l8.11 DopuCI..1&. .j
80 to 85 cents per quart. The qualityof W J: Epperaon: , feeding. ...Ieon... ._____ ".?6 llalanee March 1. 1921 _-?-*...____ 128.19 Fine end. Forfdlure Fend JOB HILL WILLIAM $
Mr ..J. A. Starling returned Tues R A Green ewe Cue Harria ......____ 1..8 District N. 18 Balance )eb. 1. lUll -----.._-...16K1.IT Solicit ir for Complainant. 8-4-61-4-1 $0
day from Jacksonville where she has the berries is excellent. W J: Fppentm do _____u__________ 18.50 nalanea Feb I. 1921 ._.._.._. 18(0 lieeelpu. during month ?-__.._.-_. instill -- It
W J Fpperaon wltneae ._. : Receipts during month -_____. 8.78 Warranla. iaaued -_-Z._. 21888 .
F been visiting relatives.Mr. Rev. Black was in Jacksonville last W W llaliden do ____.?__-_____?_ 1.00 1 Warrant Issued _________.-___-?,-___ 11,48 llalanee March 1. ll1U .-....-_-. 850..T MASTERS 8AI.B
Fe'rrell claim adjuster for the Friday and Saturday on business. W a Enpemon a... T D Prevail- _____.?. 1*.46 i Valance March 1. 1921 __u_.___-_- '..8i1Ol.tnn Rod FendRalanee virtue Notice of la that hereby. given thai under and by
R A Green do ..__... __ N. 18 wtaln decree of .
_ __ R.U Frb.
Rev. 1. 1921 ....__ ,_ 17581 .nd
S. A. li. railway, was transacting Trcadwell, of St. Augustine, W J Fppenon: wltn.... ______?__. 1.00 Balance' Feb. 1. 1921 ______.__... 14 tI 7 fteeeipta during month _-..._ Court llradford entered by the Judge. of the Circuit

business here Friday. will preach at Grace church Sunday W W Ualnden do .__...__.-___.-. 1.00 Receipts during' month __._.._._.__. S,82 Warrant Isaued. -_.__ ..... on the Srd day of County.....b. rlorida.. In Chaneery.,
Ray Newaom juror _._*..__._._*._ 1.00 -.......- ____,__..__.__._ J800 llalance March 1. 1921 -.. 17881 D W. Alvare .. A. I) 1921. In favorof
Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Misses Bethajid night at 7:80.: .1 L I'armenter do __.,____, _____, rn_,._ 1.00 Overdraft March 1. 1921District ____._____ 1.01 Oetatandlng-Fan C. M. l> .. detendsnt.complainant\ end against ,
H V Brown do ____._________. 100 N. IT llalanee eee. the undersigned. aa
Frb. 1. IOU ._. 87418 special
Winifred Wimberly and G. H. The home of Mrs. L. H. Hill was the Florida .1-
Barker were visitors to Lawtey Fri scene of beauty and enjoyment last IVrry Dover do _.._._....-...__.* 1.00 ?eelpla during( month Warranta baued .-____.._.._-?..._ the legal houre of sale Monday during
I. J Wynn do ____________.-___.__ 1.00 Warranta' Issued. ____..ZZIZZZZZIZZZZI Silo Dalanoe. March 1. 1921 8788 1DK1 to the hlgheat and on teat Mareh 7th i
day.A Thursday when she gave a spend the R A Green eaae Waah Green _._-__.- S.011 Overdraft March 1. 1921 _______.... 10.98 Drainage( -Fond the following described pemonal bidder for cash

few of the Highlandites visiting day party complimentary to Mrs H. W f Epperacin. : do .??.-._ 1: 60 Illatriet N. 18 Balance Feb. 1. 1921 ....- 12090 uated In Bradford :County, Floyi.t.iOne property, ait f.. (
W n-___...= :00 I Overdraft Frb. 1. 1921 .___,, 8887 Keeelpta during month .._., _..__ Ford ,
Starke Saturday were Miss Maggie H. Black. About twenty were present W W IlalKden( do __________.__..___. 1.00 Keceipta during month .........__... 6 67 W arranla liaised ..___...._-..._. No. 10218. Touring Car, 1918 Model Knglne: .'' I
Crews F. M. Crews A. A. R A Green cane i W Prevail __..__ LISt Warranta isaned ..,_..__._._.......... llalance March 1. 1921 1S0.80 .
Crews, B. including friends from Starke. A W J Fpperaon do ___...?_.._...-... IS.78 Overdraft March 1. 1921 _.--?-.__- 80.00 Widows Penalen-Fend R. M JOHNS. A. 1 ADKINS. .
Wilkinson, E. L. Griffis, Mr. and Mrs.J. delicious four course dinner was serVo W J Fpliemnn wltn... ._?._.__J-. 1.00) District N. It Balance Feb. for Comulalnant. Special' Ma.frr.8olirltur .
W W KalKden ,,'Itn... .___d_._____. 100 Italance Feb. 1. 1921 ._..-._._-_ '.01 1, 1821 ....-. 147." 1lII.4154NOTlE
E. Bohannan, J. I. Marr and Ed. ed. R A Green ..... Frank Rowe .____ S41 Keceipta( during month __...._____,. 988 Keceipta' during month -...- 98.88
Marr. W .1 Epperaon do .-_..__?_._ 18.18 Warrants Isaued ______...__.__- Warranla Isaued -............... Two after OF FINAL iIM'UAK.itm.lnth. '
Mrs. llighsmith is visiting her parents J I' I'eeplm wltneea -...-_____...... 1.16 llalance March 1. 1921 ____._____.... K.87 Balance March 1. 1921 -.- UO.1It my voucher and final date hereof I will present.
Mrs. J. Taloy Hamilton do .___ .. ...... . District No. 2 0 M..hl. 1921. Recount to the Honorable
A. Starling left Saturdayfor Rev. and Mrs. Boyer this week. . . 1.06 Bradford. It. A. Oreen Judo of
Fvelvna McClnlr, do _n___________. 1.06 I'\.n.\ Frb. 1. 1921 .-......-__._____ 161.41 County County, and aak to County lie ...llradford. i
Manatee where she will visit hereon Young People's meeting tonight at W W Hetadon do ___.____._....__. 100 Keceipla during. month __.__i.___.___ 10 08 I Stale.. of Florida.. of the of dlanharged executor
II. B. Bennett, for several weeks. 8 m. Election of officers. Be W J Epnemon do ______-__.____... 1.00 Warranta Isaued __...--__....._._-- 800 of hereby the certify Diet. the foregoing. statement d......... estate Mm. Husan Herd Rantoa, .
p. and
on reeelpta dlabiimenienta .
R A Green cane Elisabeth Monden ___. I!.It Balance March 1. 1921 ...____._u__ 26280 the Haled'this
George Wilkinson was a visitor toLawtey hand. W J F.pperann do u_._.__-________? 1800 District Ne. SI funda of I<..dford County for the month of1'rbruu.ry. 11121. Shod day of February. A. P.

W ,1 Enpemon wItness ____.____...*- 1.00 Balance Feb. 1. 1921 ......_._.____n 116'ftR..I..ta 1921 I. true and. eorreet to the ,
Saturday.J. Pastor of Grace church ,will\ use for W W Maladfn do _.________..______ 1.00 during month ._._.....,...- 10.til beat of my knowledge. .nd ....II"t.G. Kxeculor of the fctate n.of J. STEWART. ..
L. Strickland and children and his theme Sunday morning "The W W lIHI.d,-.. do _?. .__n_._-..___. 1.00 Warranta Isaued _______________- 800 W. AL F.RM4N. h,... flusan. Reed 8 < Slice Kite do ___ __________________ 1.00n JI..n.. March 1. 1921 ______..__.___ 123.04 (SEAL) Clerk Circuit' (uuit. _ _ 22BVI4K2HIIEItlFF'S _ _ 1
Lon Moseley visited relatives at Kingdom of God." M Richard J P case Tommle Moore. 1 48 District No. SI Bradford ('ount,. '

Kingsley lake Thursday. While there W J Epperaon do _.._____________.. 14.68 Balance Feb.' 1. 1911! ______...__n_ 4 87 By C. A. KNlfiHT.Clerk. : RALE .
!'Intut flHu.n I K ...-. r* n ,"....LIO. O oil Keceipta( during month .....___...... in 44 Ilireby notice. I. given that I.I w. J. FxrBtm ': | .
they were fortunate in catching thir- Jacob J' Johna "eonat; do :---:.::-::.... V:76 i i Warrant Isaued _________..........___ 8.((111llalance . aheriff of Bradford County Florida under I
Charlie Mills "'Itn.... . 108 March 1. 1D21 ______________ 1M01 and .
teen fine trout. -------- -- OKnKft: FOK Pl1iI.ICATION' by virtue nf thaI curialn writ of eaecutlnn -
I Feared by Snaken. M.... H Thornton do _-____.____...... |1.06 District No. 21 In Circuit. Court. male of .'I..rl.I.l:1..hlh: Isaued out of and under 1ha hand and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lang and Chas. Snakes In l-IuutlJ: I Africa, fear the sec Mrs W H Norman do _-___.________ 1.08 Balance. Pen. 1, 1921 ________._______ 127.52Ilearipta Judicial rlreult( llradford County In Chan( seal nf the Cleric of the Circuit Court of
Wilkinson' retary-Mrcl. nod \\III craul I ,1 A Morgan do .u_...._.._........ 1.08 during month ....-n...____ 554.14tarr51nt. cery. Bradford County, Florida) In favor of W. C.
' were visitors to Lawtey I'vwi away J Tn."".... do -u_____ 1.00 I Issued) .___...____-..____.__ 44.80 1. N. Cable.' Taylor plalnllff. and against C. (1. Holland
Saturday.Dr. from Its hlmilow" This bird. devour I.nev Edward juror _..____.-_______ 1.00 Balance March 1. 1921 _________u___ dtifvmlanl I have. levied upon and will offer
E H Steenberg" do ___ ___________ 1.00Wllm..r : Dislrirt No. 24 .
suukcs! unit run OHlly kill u rl'l.llltWll' Un I for sale and will .11)l to the highest, anil, best
W. H. Hudson, of Jacksonville, Molt sb------------_________ 1.00 Balance Feb. !? 11'21! ........____.___ 18202Iterelpta J, D. Tlionuiaon, bidder. for cash In front .r the courthouse
Its hw. lair Neal do 1.00 during month _________.___ IAE8 dour In
spent the week-end with his --- Defendant. Hlarke. County Florida, onMonday .
parents, H n mlnKv.ay, : do :::-:::::::::=: 100 Warrants Isaued _______._-___........ 84 18lluluiico It DPIiearlttg by ..l1'ld..1al"'n.h.d to the .. the( 4th flay of April, A. D 1921 4
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hudson.! (] M Richard j P case Joe Henry __.... 1 in March 1. 1921 ____-_____u__ 18428 Mldnled in the almve atateil cause that J. I). during the legal hours of ..1.. the following 1
Miss Lillian No Worms In It .1 Johns cnnflt do ______________..... 2 *0 District No. 28 Thompson the defendanl therein named Is a described. reft) estate, tn-wlt 1
Mackery, of Carra- a Healthy Child (1 M Richard j p case Sam Davla ______ 1.IS Balance I'.... 1. 1921 ______-_________ 6l! .nItereipta non-reeldt of the tftale of rlorlda, and be West Half nf Northwest Quarter of Northwest ,1.
bplle) is spending the week with Mrs. All children troubled with Worms have an un R .1 Johna do -,-_ .___________________ 8 RI ) during month ...........___ 14.B4 ,i I. a resident Washington.. In the District Ijuarlcr of Hprllnli, ill. In 'township ASoiilh '
healthy colur, which Indicate poor blood. and asa (J M K H. C. Wimberly. rule there I. mure or I *.. atumac.h disturbance. K .1 Johna const do __________._____ 2.86 Valance' March 1. 11121 ____n.______ 8H.Ul and (ia over the age of twenty-tine yearn | It Cjunrter end Northwiiet Quarter offtoulliweat
GROVES TASItLESS: CHILL. IONIC (; M Rlrhard j p case Charley. Baker _. I 18 District No. 2Balance > I. therefore. ordered. that aald no..IoI'ntd'f""d.ol Quarter of Section u, In Township
H. B. Hudson and C. M. Hudson larly forSwear throe week. will enrich illven the regu R J Johna eonst do _______....______ 2.60 Feb. 1. 1921 ________________ 808.K8lKec lie and (la hereby required' to appear 7 Month, Itaiige. SI :
were business visitors to Jacksonville I bluod. A B Crews aervlcea cusee Frank Rowe I <.!pla during month u....._.____ 88.RR to the bill, of complaint filed In said eauae on i 1'.1.W.. J. KPPEI11ON.ShurlrT ': .
,| improvcthedlneirtlon.endactasaflcneralStrvimth- and Hi Witt Prevail -_----_-_----- SB.00 I II I WII.r..ntlt..u.... ._--_.___._--_....___ 18,III)) ..5' before Monday the Ilth day of April A. I of nradford County, Florida, I
Monday. I enlnilToDtctnthe whole .,.tflm. Nature will then -I IJliilanco, March I. 1921 u_______..___ 206( 61 1) 11121) otherwise the alleimllona of Held hili. 8-4-K1-4-1 I
r throw off or dispel the worm...nd thaCMId: will be Total 87488 rn.trirl No. . __ ___
S7 _
Friends of Mrs. u-------- ---- ---- will IM laketi aa confessed by paId defendant _
Strudcr Austin will) - -- -
j 110 perfect health.' Pleuaut to lake..Soc per but a. Wldnwa Pension; ; ; d----- *I Overdraft Teh. 1. 1921 ______________ SO."1 It Is further. ordered: I ; : that; thla order: ;.1 ;'fiTi -

regret to learn that she is seriously j - -.-- ...... M... Aiillie ,lllarkweldur ------------ 10.00 Becelpla during montlia ....--._ .*__. .OB published.. once a week for four consecutive( In the matter of the estate of J. C. Crews,
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- Mm Nnnnle I. Varnua __ _uuu_ 1000 Warrants; iMsiierl --__....._...-._. II I weeka in the Bradford Ciounty Telegraph a ............d. Nut Ire to the next ol kin of J. C.
Ill at her home in West Jacksonville. NOTICE OF FLFCTIUNSBy Mrs Mollle Rlek. _____________u____ H,00Mm Overdraft March 1. 1021' ____________ 191)8 j newapalier. published In aald county and elate.Jlna ,I ('rewa, deceased. lale of Bradford County. ,
Her father S. J. Starling and sister the. power vented 'In thtm by the school! .lokephine., MeNeal ____00________ SOUMn Distrirt No. t* I Illlilanee ) Miirrh. 9, 1V2I. IHtate of lorlda. and. all others who It may
laws nl thu state of riorlla. the Heard of Honor C Cre.... __n..u MOO Tib. 1. 19Z1 ________________ .61t< |, concern, are liereliy' notified that four weeks
Mrs. Nancy Perry, left Saturday to Pulilie Instruction of Bradford, County* herebynidtni Mn, MHfgl. Urownlng. .__n-__._______ In noMm ) I l(. elpta. during) month ______._______ *.4tVariant )> Q. W. ALDEItMAN. I lifter the (hrat publication. hereof, and their
be with her. an flection to lie held In the followingMpcrtiil D P Cheniier _h______-___.__._.. 1000Mra .* Issueil __u______-_________ 2470 (Real) Clerk Circuit Oourt.By I failure& to apply' fnr ailinlnlatration. on bla ee-
Sub School District cm Saturday l.lMle Khadil ------------------ 800Mm Balance' March I. IOU) _oo_-_____.___ 64.89 C. A. KNK.IIP I late. I will aniHilfit, ill... erefllbir of J. C.
E. Wilkinson made a business tripto April lAth 11M1 for the putimse of electing, Mary Jane Kite ...__--___.___... Loll District 2'').. 251)alan.i I Deputy CI..k'j (.rewa nr other fit person to administer on
three trustees and) to determine thv amount of M... Lla.le Johns ______ _______ ) .. n 1''.. KNIGHT, .
-- -- 1Z 00MrmMnttlm ) Feb. 1. 1921 ._ _____________ 24414ItfCotptB I the aame, aa may lie milborlsed bv taw.R .
Lawtey Saturday. mllluKe to be nsMCMsed.For Amlinnn -_ .-_ _.____u____ "" I. during month ___........... 1.Kl)> I Solicitor for Coinnlaliiant.' B-U-St-4- A. ClIUOIf.N.County .
Henry Austin and family of Max- the' purnoHt, of holding the Maid! election I Mm U L lOran ____h.____._______.__ HOI) Warrant "btsued _._H__-__.... .-__--_ BOO.Ilnlunee I Judge of Bradford Counly, Florida..
} In District No. I. Iheressa.' the following I Imannirira Mm KfKena pi-nmnrk ._h.__.___.--. lo onMn. March 1. 19n _______.______242.84 I' OKIXK: .'1)\1 PIJIII.ICATION tInted thla lIHIi day nf PMiruary 'A. I).
ville moved Monday to the Rowe have been apiNilnled" : M. flail. If. j I. Alma L McMillan ..-.------.---- 6 noMra IHstrltt No. II I In Circuit) (:" ..rl. Slate of Morlda F.lghth 19.11. t-lN.Bt-8-)8.) If
south E. M,........ U. W. Ilmson. Iota I' Hall ?______-__________ SOD I
(place just of here. For the purpose of holding the mild election! I I Mm Ola) Graham, _.uuu__________ BOOMm '--'- -'-- -. -. .-----,----.._- -- -- -. -- -- -_ . h __ __ .- ,,__ _
From fifteen to twenty-five crate In ClxtHet' \ No.2. Hampton the followingmnnnttirx Kllsa J Hill _n._____-.____.____ KIHIIMm. ;
have been apimlnlod : J. W. Winter.n. .. Mabel Boats _h______-__________ BOO) I I
of strawberries are bring shipped I.. U. Hull. J. It. Hodge. I"Mrs. Linda TVimpklns" ________....____ 10,00) I| 1 1I
from here daily and a larger yield i Is Joy tlu, purpose. of holding' the aalil election. '
In Diiitrict N... 8. lirooks. the fllowingmanugore Total __ _ ____unu_______ 1611.00 i I
expected for next week. All shipments have ttecn appointed t T. L. Chan i I I

are by and prices .,'y. J. T Andrew, G. Johnson. '
open express 1 tir 'the ptiriMMfc of holding the said election FINANcIAL 8TATFMFVT" 1)UNTY) BCHOOL i'
run from thirty-five to fifty-five cents In DMrlrt No I It. I'ine drove. the followingmanagers FUNKS
have lieen appointed : J. W Wilkinson. County, auperlntcndf, n'..... ..1 alate.nenffif 'l: .
per quart. 1.\\1. lIorrl.. It. n. drllll, ', eotintv .ehnol funda for the month of
lor the purpose of holding the. Bald election rebruary. 11121.
In Dlntrlet No 16. Rising' the following manager i General Prhfiol Fund ,
LAVTIVLawtey *. have been npiMiintcd. E Lacy Underbill. OverdrafTeh.. ) 1. 1021 --------------125)5.00 i .
J. M. llrown\\..... It. Hninlnp. I Ttficclpts during month __ ----.______Him' .00 Commercial Job
.., Warrants l mind u______-___ _-___101)11)77 Printing
!March 18.Presiding El- I' the purpose of Holding the fluid election. : Overdiaft" March 1. 1921 --------------24555.152 V
In Dl.lrlct No. 17. IlmiKlrnln. the following' i imanagers I
der J. H. Uooney of Jacksonville fiU- lll.lrlrt Ne.' I .
have been appointed i E. Moore Dalanre Pfb, 1. 1921 .___. -__ ._ __h_ 84404 I I ?
ed his first quarterly appointment at If: M. Cfilcman. M. M drlfTm.for KfCvlpla Muring month ____nn____. 2 f2 flS
the purtHiee of holding the Bald election Warrants Insucd ___ _____ :,
nu. 70llshince ;
the Lawtey church Sunday. Rev. Henry In District No. 19. Bradford, the followingmamitifr I.
March I. 1921 __--_______--_ 217.18 _
hnve been -
apiiointed' J J. V. Edwanl
Ezelle, of Bryceville, the pastor, Wm. T. H. District No.. t I 5.S .
Ilurrell Edwards.
Balance Fell 1. 10,11 ___ _.._.___ SI.07Ki I '
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was also present. and assisted the lop the pliriHMe of holding. the Bald election >ceipta during month __________._n 10 SHWnrrnnts ",

;presiding} elder. The conference was In Dlnlrict No. 29. iullford. the followingmiinnirem lesucd ______. ._-. ______h_ Sonllalance
have boon appointed i It. L. Mann I
March 1. 1921 ... .-__n__..__ 87110) .1.
C. C. MrCnll. W. R Alderman.Tor .
held after the service. District No. 8Bulnnee '
the purpose nf holding' the acId election I F..b. 1. 1921! __ ____ ____ 11 fill j"
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Miss Margaret Long;* of Starke, In District Nu. H. 7irT. the following. manager'* Receipts during month ___-_nu_ 211.211! I '1
have been appointed t J. W. Lewla. K. I Warrants liwuefl ________ ..
was the guest of Miss Margaret Godwin i uunn 04116 ,
Lewis C. Kelly 'j llalanee March. 1. 1921 ___nnn__._ 2097Dl.lrlrt .
: I.. W.
Sunday. .
Me. '
Mrs. W. A. and daughter Cnalrman. Board, Public Instruction, I'radfoid Balnnce Feb. I. 19Z1 __--___4__.__._-- lOP'i 81 1 1Kticelpta '
Collejr County, Vlorldi.Att..t during month ___________u_ 14.19 LETTER HEADS.

Lois, of Starke, were guests of Miss : I). Warrants laaued __--_._--_ _n_______ A,00)
. Balance March 1. 1021 --------_____ 120801 I
Rebecca Whitehead Saturday Secretary. 3-18-0-4-15 District No. 6
Sunday.C. ---"'- --- llalance Pr)). 1. 1921 -?-u___._____- J22.74 I I|
Itll.1.8 PAID flY SCHOOL ISO?,Itt) Reeeipta during month __un_.______ 61.IIS BILL HEADS
R. Sapp was transacting business Hub District runds W".ntl'u..>d __--_____--_____----_ 2B8.00 | 4 ;j
in Starke Saturday. *' Mnyhpw Kennedy Janitor 28 .__.____.- 1801) llalance March 1. 1921 __.-.---..---. 87.67 I :
I, J Hubbard teaching. It _hn___._ _911.78Mnttie District Ne. S ,
Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his appointment Hurley' do 16 U _'_ .__u_____. cP.ea Balance Feb. 1. 1921 ----:_-.__mh_ I80fl8l! i _
Kossie lieildlsh do 18 .___-._....--._.. 32.51) Receipts. during month _nuu_ 7&..& ;, '
at the Baldwin Baptist .church M.... 0 M Mainea do 27 U'__ ---.---.- 21.28 W..r..ntllaou..' i NOTE HEADS
Saturday and 'Sunday. Marcia Turner do 27 _.-.___.hU 18.78 Balance March 1. 1921 __. .___._____ 268.88 :
Maxine Willy. do 27 _._un__.__ ... 1978 Dlstrlrt J\,.. T I
Miss Eliza Ulunchard, of Palmetto, City Light Plent llflht 8 ..n___.._.__ 2.70 Balance Fib. 1. 1921 -- ----- 11(280 .
visited her the first of Flla: U Minion leaching. 1 __Unu. 7ft.oil Itecitlpta I during: month :::::::::-.-_ 2B.71: |

parents, part Khoda Bennett do I --_ -__._.__.____ 65.00 Warranta Imued _____._U.nhn 10946 J\
the week. Jania Williams do _. ___.__.._nUn 1180 Balance March. 1. 1021 __.__u_____. 811,6' ENVELOPESCARDS :
Carrie Holley do S _____.--_________._ 80.00 District No. 8 '.
Mrs. John Herndon and Misses Lu- M... J C Digga. do 5------------------ 7000 Balance .'.10. 1. 1D21 .--___-._--__._. 214 SH I j I

die and Mary Herndon, of Macclenny, Ilorla Law do 8 .__.____. .__.________ 70.00 He-cell.t during month ___._________. 14,84Warranta :
Bessie McUruder do 8 _h-__._____-___ 8(700 ,lasued. ..n__. _nuu. ___.._ IHOO'' r 1
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Jessie Thomaa do 8 ___ ._ hn__. 70.00 Balance March 1. 1D21 --________.___ 218711 ,
Mildred Ofmby do 8 .. ___ 7000 ; ,
Futch first of last week.S ---- .n
part Olive liny II.. t It -. _.h .. .________ DO.00 I 11:1I t 1
.W. Leach and son, Edward. of ,, I.cur.sWilklnsondoIS_ -____..__._-- 20.00 S be Quinine Tbtl Don fiat Allecl Tue 1 1Berotw
of It. tonlf and Inactive! effect. J.A'XA i I
Jacksonville, were visitors to Lawtey I BIlLS J'AIDflY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1IVr.. ; IIKOMO QUININE (Teh'els) can lie tuien, I .
Sunday. I G.n.ral Fund by anyone without reusing( iiervousnesn or rtjiili" ,1' 1
Anuirila TtioniaH. pauper 0000 _._. _- _- 1800 In the head: L.W.CKOVL S sill Jolure on box, .llf, | SHIPPING TAGS POSTERS '
Mrs. Grover Highsmith and baby. Mra. D M. McKnlght do ...___.._____ 8.nnN..n.y 1

of Jacksonville several I Conner do ...-*.-_.._...__._ 8.00 i ijja8p
are spending Martha R''..... do ________--__._____ I.80 !! '
days at the home of Rev. and !Mrs. E. 1., L. hawaii do un__.____________ 3.60 TAKE IT I I1:' TIME t
Ij'lBle' Hunter do _____...-?.-__.-. 4.00Flliaheth : i WINDOW CARDS j"
D. Boycr. Hunter do ___-__?_.--_e.. 4 00 ,
A. J Powers of Macclenny, was a Warren Homey do ..-__u-__..____.. Loll I
Alfa Scott. do .___________,_____.__.. 2.00 Jutt a* Scores of i.trke People Have ,
visitor to Lawtey first part of last Claris do 5.00trsnnah ," .
week. Ijne: Otarria-d --::. ::::::::::::::: 5.510: I \\ alt ng II I I/,0"I1.t |>aj I I "'"

Martha Wllkinaon do ........ ion It >L j 1I1'1."d< kldii' y 1J.1clut'l.e.) ). \
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Miss Bessy jerry, of Jacksonville \V N'Newmann do .. Loll Urinuo tr u*> CH iU n foi.uw: I
ItawllnB do .__ .. __ I. flSuiian ,
M Nora
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spent Sunday at the horn of her parents Keller do _____________.___ 10.00 I iMun'it 11..11); Pill are tur kidney I j

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. Martha OathS do _____,_ __-.. 8.00 !*<). c ". J.i i .r other kidney i.ln. ji .
John Wright do _____oo________-_ 8.00 i
Frank Green, of Plant City is the Wade Wynn do _...-.._.--_.___- .06 Starke cltlxttni endorse them ....a1t j ,J

''Dink- J CBndu) .__.. .__---_..-..__-.-___ 600 I >our ticiKbbji I ,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J O WIMiami do ____---.-.-..-.-____. 6.00 ;
Ins for a few weeks. Krvln: HigRlnliotham do ._______.___ 6.04 I Mrs. J. I 1) BUr.iii.ll: tOLl. i'"-,. tiIlH. f

Newman hlldren do ..__u____....... 6.00Martha "1 wai ..,urcrliig wtQ: "k'Uuuy ama
Carl Moore, of 'Jacksonville spent McDonald do 3.00' I '
----------------- I bladder
Sunday at the home of his uncle ant Alice Ilryant do un__ ------._______ 260' i trouble. My back hurt rm-, BRADFORD COUNTY r
I I E C Ilyrd. do '__ .n____-__________. 8.00I cont4iliy and often. It .twlIId.: H.uit I :
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. I I. F M.lvln do ___.. ...._'.'_- 4.00CathaHne > rvuti huaduuljCR .
; olin <'d .
last Crewa do _____,---..---_? ..00 'I | .Y in i I
Mrs. George L. Futch spent Margaret KolM>rta do -_.--.__----___- 8.00 ,, a g' o LI don! nu4 the way 1)1kIdno: > H

week with relatives in Macclenny and, Wllhe Martin' do _u____.________. '.00''I acted "kept me In mtoory. j l cld! .
Jack Netllxa da -?-______.___________ 8.00 i I < m TELEGRAPH
Jacksonville.Mr Mae Mary Type do __________________ 4 00 to try Dottn R Kidney rill. and they

.and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Jacksonville M.... Tom l>yal do ____unn___ 8.00 KJ.: .. .... .. .....It t.lue and nuull ,
Mm Sarah Kiirdon do _______________ 600 '\
spent Sunday at the home of Kate tolllna; do -,___;__u__.______... 800 had mu .(',B.inif$ well again hines

Mr. Kate leafier do __._-_...?_..._..._- 8.00 tbcu wen I have hoSt any )'tnptJincf I _
and Mrs. A. M. JJlanchard. I Jerry Jfihra do ..._____-_____....... '..00i I
Rev. E. D. Boyer was a visitor to i ('arne Albert do ______...___......__. 200 the c.t.JI"! nt earning on, a (.w
Hell Crmrell do _______.______________ 6.00Jullun of L/ai. :. .. :t ff.r failed to ,e-
Starke the first part of the week.A. harkowita do _____u.-.____ 8.00Agnea lie" '-o zci'rice STARKE FLORIDA t

A. Stokes of Jacksonville was a Howard do _____________. '.60 ,
Ttti-'vl M.lghura do ____n_??_-.. 8.00E Qic) nt all dealer Dn11' .
visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. E Petty do _n_____,_____._____ Loll( Impiy ftsk for a kidney nedygH
New York H H Ralney I day com and mileage -. 5.00
Henry ingfelder of Doau K.dney PtiU: --tlie
H K WIIKama do _u.u__ '.(0 slime lUat'j
City wa the guest last week of Mr. B T fowling do ----- ---_': :.40 j, Mm. htinae. aa... ru'luv..ili )..I'" ] I v
J W White. Son auppllea; ; court houae I I '
and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. Drew Co Buppliea for aheriff .......... 4.10Telegraph I ( 0., Mn, Iluffa.u; N. Y. I .

Noah Butler, Sr., of Jacksonville. pub reporta eta _?.__.. 50.00 f

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ll FRIDAY.' MARCH 18. 1921.
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) '"-. . .u.' .-- .
44444044'4444. > 4" a hot spoon. The .sun of pro_perit; '
Bradford( County TuleflraplPublished i isl-and 4 4 is just coming up over the treetops Tn t 0 .

t ,- t. ... _, .. I t. MRS. ALICE GRESHAM DODD 4. old Bradford...county and Starke and Lumber Prices Reach Low Level' '
weekly and entered 8S 'jfcrence caused Germany's defeat we *. mother of first American soldier 4' DeWitt C. Jones in particular. Now : ,

'n at the post will win our'point in the end, though killed in France, who gives en- "I" that the strawberries are coming in I I '
second tire credit for recovery of 'her <.. BO fast the farmers are paying up] mills and $
f office at Starke Florida. Japan is reluctant to give up. It maybe I You can now buy direct from our save 1Q
remarked that our contention i Is *; health to the well known medicine 4 better and now he will have the call I ''

F d MATTHEWS', Editor and- -=Own- --0* not altogether for the possession of Tanlac. 4 to buy more goods to sell us farmers I to $ 1 15 per thousand on your complete_house bills. *
Our land is
N it man
4 and so goes on. :
the island but also to prevent a return
of the old habit of the powers of annexation 444444.444444414444. bringing in the newcomer to buy our: Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber--,
I Once straws might/: have been! well of good land and climate and they bring I
territory. delivered'and
enough to show which way the wind money and we all get the benefit one< I quired and let us quote prices save you _

blew, but watch the skirts this month. PRINTERS TKICES way and another. Illbet. DeWilt C. from $1 50.00 to $500.00 on your building.
' Inverness Chronicle. Quit watchingthe Jones is glad he had the nerve to keep

skirts*, brother. They are not While prices have been sliding down r.y a good stock of all kinds of hardware ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE
fi'j long enough for the wind to get hold and farm implements. These new
the hill on almost everything else ty I f ill .
of: notable that there has been no de- comers all need new stoves and he'i ,

crease in printing office supplies and got 'em. All kinds and at prices thaican't THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY'
We have received Farmers' Bulletin be beat. You can see just what .
machinery, and the dealers state that
1186. It ii well illustrated and you are buying and then there's all PERRY, FLORIDA
Immediate of I
there is no prospect re-
gives clear information on how to that kinds of kitchen utensils, such as pots "
ductions. Printing were
butcher hogs and preserve the meat.U.. being sold four yean ago at (l900 and pans, kettles, porcelain ware and Dressed Framing,. $28; Flooring $28; Ceiling, $18;; !
It by Senator Duncan knives forks and
was Rent ua aluminum ware, and "
are today bcinr quoted at $6,400< ,
v, Fletcher, and he will send a copy to which is $3,500 more than the forme s'poons of all kinds. Why, he's got 'em Siding $18; Lath, $5. j
applying. Ida address I is them too.
anyone all and he's selling ,
than double. that
price Ink
or more '
Washington, D. C. could be bought at 6 cents pound i ill It beats all how many calls he bas FREIGHT PREPAID

quoted at 15 cents. paper that waa for repair parts of all kinds of farm I

t Some of the Jacksonville police seen $65 a ton is now $200 and contract machinery, and if he cannot fill the .. ,

to believe that the laborer is worthy] have to be made for a year's supply; w'Teti order all he has to do is to step to the - '
r .. of till hire, and that the ox that does and call Jacksonville and have I
in order it Th phone
to get at that figure.
( voters must apply to male and.female statute. Therefore, it is clear that
the threshing should not be muzzled. it. shipped out by first train.
expenses of a weekly newspaper tha until the shall have
They also seem to be good judges ofa .4 alike, and for us to hold that a man legislature changed -
certain much esteemed manufactured tries to present an up-to-date appearance t So while you go uptown to chat must pay a poll tax to qualify to vote the statute no female .persois-

I' article. Recently they captured amounts to four times as much with the boys and hear the news and and that a woman should not be required eligible for jury duty in the state of

of real whiskey and as is received on subscriptions and watch the free street shows, here to do so, means a discrimination Florida."
forty-four quart therefore it can be clearly seen that comes the mail and you get yrfur plow in favor of the female voter.
the atation. There it
u brought it to the receipts from advertising and job and home happy, Oh, the
The remarkable statement go
happened to be "mislaid. The city following "The effect of the Nineteenth Mr., R. C. King Tells a Wonderful
printing have to be depended upon world do move.
attorney baa ruled that' all booze re was made recently (by Mrs: amendment upon the statute of Florida Story About Rats. Read It.
to keep the wheels turningSanders And so does DeWitt C. Jones. You
covered by the police must be handed Alice Gresham Dodd, the mother of defining the qualification of electors "For months my place was alive
ville Progress. should see the lot of Ice cream
over to the sheriff, byt the sheriff says Corporal Jas. B. Gresham, who was simply was to eliminate the word with rats. Losing chickens, eggs, feed
The above Is true as far as it goes, the first American soldier killed in freezers just come in, aU sizes. Ai
nothing but home-made shine ever male. It is therefore my opinion, thata Friend told me to try RAT SNAP. I
but does not tell the whole story France. The statement was made at soon as It freezes ice here 111 buy you
reaches him. Nuf ced. woman, who is more than 21 years did. Somewhat disappointed; at first
Printing machinery and type deteriorate the Gresham Memorial Home which one.
__ _____ of age and under 55 years of age and not seeing many dead rats, but in a
rapidly and the prices for repair patriotic
presented her by the
was to who has not lost limb in battle
The other day a man, walking FEMALES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO a must few days didn't see a live one. What
parts are more than three times what people of Indiana evidence of
as an
the shore of a South. Florida lake, saw JURY DUTY pay a poll tax to qualify as a legal were not killed are not round my
five years' ago. Gasoline
were their appreciation of the services ren-
;, a moccasin snake and shot at It with elector. place. RAT SNAP sure does the trick.
and oils cost twice as much. There dered to his country by her son.
''r 'his revolver. He did not hit It, of has been no lowering in house rent Tallahassee, March 10.-Numerous "The statute of Florida defining the 8 sizes, 85c, 65c, $L25. Sold and guar-
and then tried it kill it a The shock ot Her son's death resulted and the anteed D. C. Starke.-Adv.
course, with and fuel, rather the reverse. And requests have been received at the attorney qualification of an elector by Jones
,' in serious breakdown in Mrs.Dodd's .
stick, held in the same hand as the while we hear of*craftsmen of different a general' office asking for an statute defining the qualification of a
revolver. "In some manner" the weapon health, but every one will opinion as to whether or not women juror have no connection one with an-
trades being unemployed, printer) I TonicAlton
learn with interest and pleasure that An Old Reliable
I discharged And the bullet Neither nineteenth
was entered still and demand the should be required to pay poll tax to other. has the ,
are scarce
4 the man's leg. While we are same wages as have been ruling durIng she is now in splendid health again. qualify to vote in special or municipal amendment to the constitution of the Park, Tanu.-"Dr. PI.,....*

, advocating 10' many things to be the past two or three )reara. Mrs. Dodd gives the entire credit for elections, and also, as to whether or United Staes any effect whatever up- Golden Medical! Dlsoovarjr cannot, b*

taught in the schools besides the It is time that the public shoulc her recovery to the celebrated medi- not, under the law of Florida, women on the statute of Florida defining the xcallud aa a tonic -
cine Tanlac. and blood purifier.
,,, three R'a, why not advocate that both realize that until lately printing has are eligible to jury duty. qualification of jurors. A person is I have taken It asa
boys and girls be taught handling been cheaper than any other public She said: "After my dear boy's Attorney-General Buford expresses not required to be registered to be tonic and to

il''" firearms with safety to themselves commodity, owing to cut throat com- death 1 had a general breakdown In his opinion as. follows: eligible for jury duty in this state. purify the blood

and others, and thus give the fool-kil petition and haphazard business meth- health. At first it was just indiges- "Inasmuch as the nineteenth amendment Whether or not he has ever qualified and lent. It I was also found excelI"#

ler a much needed rest? ods. This state* of things is' about tion. My food would' upset me and I went Into effect in 1920, thereby as an elector would not touch his It good for stomach

over with for printers have come to had to diet myself very carefully. I conferring the ballot u.pon' the qualification as a juror. Those eligible trouble. And Dr.

f PENCIL PUSHERS FETED realize that, to keep ,in business they also had rheumatism with severe women of the United States, it is my to jury duty are: Male persons Plume's Pellets, are I'leasant a fine

must charge living prices for their pains in my shoulders, back and arms opinion that the women of Florida above the age of 21 years, who have system regulator. '
M The National Editorial Association, products. They often hear,it said by and at times I would suffer greatly, could only be required to pay poll tax resided in this state for one year and I found them e pa. ,
on invitation from the Florida Press and joints would become swollen clally good for constipation .
customers who think my for one year, but otherwise the pay- in their respective counties for six
they are over-
Association, are now in Florida, 350 and stiff. I was hardly able to do and bilious attacks and tfcay
ment of is months and whware citizens of the
"' poll tax a prerequisite to ,
that is cent also the
charged, "Why, a apiece, ton up liver and drive Impurities
, strong including ladies. The treat. or two or five cents,vag the case may I but very little about the house and at the qualification of a female voter, state of Florida, and who do not come from the system In a very mild
y ment the brethren have received here be. Well, what of itT The printer times could not even cook a meal. I just as it is to the qualification of a within the! exceptions provided by ", .,."-3. 8. HUGHES.:: 114 Rogers,
y, has been right royal, and it will be when cood'rea.sonl became very nervous and restless male voter. The amendment simply Street.
a I. with a sigh of regret that they return can give, required, as and at night would lie awake for provides, in effect, that no law of the You can procure a trial package of U>.
for his prices as the merchant
home to their cats, paste pots, scissors hours. sta'te "Disco cry: Tablet by landing cants
y'' perhaps better. The. Franklin price United States, nor of any of the to tLa Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. T.
devils and spring poets, which "A friend of mine advised me to United States, shall discriminate II ]
adopted by nearly
system, now
are supposed to be the companions of printing office II the country has every been take Tanlac. I am glad I did, for it against right of any person to vote WHAT YOU

the men of the sanctums. While here worked out in painstaking} manner proved to be the best medicine I have because of sex. Which means that CARDUI' HELPED

they forget about "constant reader," and may be called the printer's "bi ever taken. It soon gave me a splendid all laws, relative to qualification of CAN EXPECT
"pro bono publico" and delinquent appetite and relieved'me entirelyof

f subscribers, for they have been feted I'I' offices ble" as which to charges have for adopted work. it All make the Indigestion. My rheumatism also I No Worm In a Healthy Child WHENayOU REGAIN STRENGTH

all\ the way from Pensacola to Miami, the charged for the work disappeared and I am now able to do AU children troubled with Worms bin an un-
same same
I "transported" in special Pullman my housework with the greatest ease. Mltbrook.which Indicate poor blood and at a -
j trains, have been( kotowed to by our I I and they mean only a fair profit. My nerves are steady and strong, II,GROVE'S rule. then nun: or CHILL leu stomach TONIC dlaturba given nuiiiuly oe.- PURCHASEfrom

a i most prominent men and shown the The printer has too long been the sleep well at night and my health fortwoorthna wtk will enrich the blood. VlaUm. Lady Was Sick For Tore
' sights that give them good 'idea of beast of burden on which others rode i I better than in I shall always mpnKnitliadlantloo,< .*a.-ralSUeugIb-
years. .mlD.ToaV tath.wbotoytma.. Nature will than. Year., Suffering Pain,Nervous
l 4 Paradise. They have seen busy martsas to success. Advertisements, posters, be grateful for what Tanlac has done throw 011 or dispel tbaworma.andtheCblldwillba
I well as idyllic scenery, solid circulars, blanks can no longer be had I for me" ID perfect health. Plaaaot to uka. Ito per boula. aDd DepreMd--Reael Her

ucts of the soil as well as flowers,'and For next to nothing. A poster or cir- Tanlac is sold in Starke by Turner's Ow. Story
many of them have been astonished ular, intended to bring in one, ten, Drug Store.-Adv. NAPIER .-
! to find that what they have read of fifty or a hundred dollars, should be GRASS -

Florida's prosperity Is really true. regarded as cheap at one or two cents OBSOLETE (Pennisetum Purpurum)

' It goes without saying that not one apiece. Many a business depends exclusively I Harvey'sFor Paint Rock Ala.-Mrs. C. M. Steg n.

' of the visitors wilt speak anything but on advertising,'. and the COlltof Readers of the advertising pages of Extract from Agricultural Station tr near here, recently related the following -

good about Florida after this. Our this commodity is ridiculously low magazines are doubtless familiar with bulletin. interacting account of her 2'eo1'el7' -

state was once called "a land of sand, A real estate agent charging ten percent i the typical 'publicity display of the "I was In a weakened con

a humbug grand," and as it is situated for selling land, would make $100on Correspondence school. It generally DISTRIBUTION AND HISTORY Suit dition. I was sick three years; U bed
at the jumping off place of the > a tract sold for $1000. Very often onUlns illustration and text, and the your Spring -- uttering a great deal of pain, weak,

United States, many people of the a i tract of land is sold by paying one alter is often'embellished with mottoes .- Napier grass is a native of tropical STYLE, The liveliest thingto nervous depressed. I was so weak

} country, from inability to visit the dollar or less for an advertisement.The and catchwords, "Get out of the Africa. The Rhodesian Department I eoI114a't walk across the floor; Just
state, .still belileve this is an aggre- printer has at last awakenedto dinner pail class" is one of them. Another of Agriculture has the distinction of be had; the best andjalesl work.had to lay I an4 my little ones do the

gation of swamps arid Rand bars, but the fact that he is an important is "You can make more money having first introduced it Into cult ideas. every thing was I heard almost of.and dead.a number f tried of

the returning editors will tell them of factor in the"nation's business, and with your collar on." ation. This was about 1910. In 1913 I doctors. Still I didn't get any relief.
Florida's marvellous richness. he will demand adequate pay for his The picture often shows a rejoicing the United States department of agriculture ALL-WOOL. The fabrics I I couldn't eat, and slept poorly. I
ICl'vlcea. mechanic being greeted lay his wifeon first introduced it into this II believe If I hadn't heard of and takes
are all-woolfor long
wear I would have
I bought
YAP ANn THE JAP his return from work' after being
Here it
country. promises to be valuable six bottles after
neighbor told
___ N DEATH OF OLD CITIZEN appointed superintendent. Or a cor- for planting in the extremeSouth and slyly .what It did for her.

There Is a small barren in the Pacific dial employer shakes hands with an Including the entire State of VARIETY les "I began to eat and sleep, began to
'..i ocean that goes by the somewhat Mr. O. E. living about 7 overalled toiler and tells him that he Florida and a strip extending as far Sty to rain my strength and am now well

ri, undignified name of Yap. It was miles northwest of Starke, died Wednesday has been made executive as a resultof north as Central South Carolina, I please everyone patterns lori and strong I haven't had any frees

owned by Germany until that country I March ICth, and was buried taking a technical correspondencecourse. Southern portion. of Mississippi, Tex >ery taste ble sine that. .Cardui. I sure did can testify I to don't the

was compelled to give up her colonies Thursday at Dyal cemetery.' The deceased ax and Louisiana, also portions of food there Is. a better me.tonlo mad

l'', and was notable because of being a was 70 years of age and was But the argument begins1 to lose California and Arizona.. Work with !: GUARANTEE, Absolute and i believe It saved my life."

cable station. There was a cable from born in Bradford county He was a force There are sign painters' help It wars first started at the Florida Experiment I For over 40 ,years'thousands of WOo
San Francisco to Yap via Guam, and man universally loved and respectedand ers drawing $6a day (scale), and Station in 1915. Since that satisfaction or your money) pen have used Cardnl successfully..

there it branched off to Shanghai, much sympathy is felt. for the draftmen getting' $18 a week. There : time it has teen grown cooperatively back. aDmenta.treatment, of,'many woiaanJir

c China, where another cable system bereaved relatives. He leaves a widow, are executives at $25 a weekend milk. I or distributed in small lots for plant- I If

runs north and south along the Asiatic several children and a host of other wagon drivers at $35. i Ing in many widely separated sections I ? take you CardnL suffer It as mar these help women yon/too.did

r'; coast. During the world war Japan relatives to ,mourn his departure. It begins to look as though; a man I of the state. < STEIN-BLOCK At all druggists H u I

diverted the cables from Yap, so Is penalized for educating himself Analysis From Station Bulletin .
that cablegrams from this country to SLICE COTTON CLOTII PRICES Sanford Herald, Napier Grass Green and

eastern Asia must now go by way of FROM 37 1.2 CEXTS TO 12 l-2c Water ??-,________________.65.84 STRATFORDClothes BUY

4 the Philippine Islands, making many March Aah. -______________________ 2.e8 I i GROCERIES and FEED

Z relays'necessary. New York 10.-A long ex FARMERJROWNWell Protein ........._____....___ 8,581 I it WHOLESALE PRICES

w The council of thfc league of nations, pected revision In the prices of nap Carbohydrates .. ____________14.131 .

T sitting, at Genoa December 17th last, ped cotton for the fall of 1921 was I declare to goodness, Samantha Fat --..,.----.-----..________ .531 (for Men and W. sell tlirwt ta yen; wen ht.aIIen ,.,.Iill....
announced after the close of business
gave Japan the mandate over some I sure do wish it would rain. My Fiber ? ---------_______._____. Young Men being eel ol kit rest district ca save lea r,.
'i Islands in the Pacific formerly owned today by a large manufacturing concern strawberries are getting smaller and Napier. Grass Hay .0"', Or..... 511.4 same lay rac.i....

f ,i by Germany, and among them was the Amosfceag Manufacturing smaller and the prices are getting Water ,. ..____...____________ 9.85Ash HERE
; Yap This the United States government Company. bigger and bigger. That's the way -_____...-.-....._. .. 9,92 SPECIALS I
Is very much against, as the art The new schedule reveals one of the everything goes.* When I've got a Protein --------______Hl__llise Larro Cow Feed $3.50 I

was committed without Its knowledgeand most drastic single cuts ever knownIn good stuff to sell then the prices go Carbohydrates .........____48.02 $35 to $65 B_t Pulp. 2.90 f

consent; and It is held that a pointof goods of this character, declines down; then when I have a poor crop Fat ________________________ 2.15 1 Shorts 2.10 I
< such strategic importance should usually taking place gradually. It stuff sell the Fiber Oat. i, US
and poor to price goes ? -------------______...26.20 /
not be controlled by any one country. was explained that the reduction was up. So you see it don't make much PRICES I Rice. Blue RM 4.75

Besides it is well known that territory made in view of the radically changedoutlook difference-I've got to hold the bag Napier grass Joints, $10 per thousand Com 1.90 ,

foming under partial,, possession in' raw cotton and the pros both ways. $1.50 a hundred. Harvey's24W.ForsythSt. CrIb, Bro U.r 'SL25 \

,''h of Japan will eventually be In her full ,i pect of reduced*production costs. Well. Josla, it may rain and then Napier grass roots, $50 per thousand MI o i I" I. .. 2.25 {\,

possession This country want this I ,TIle reductions were from a basis the strawberries will come out all $6 a hundred. F. O. 15. Jaik.on.i1i. I .l.! ;un 0'

island of Yap out of Japan's clutches, I:of 87 1.2c a'yard for Daisy cloth last Jght..: Don't worry. f. o. b.'Brooklyn) -' Bind foe; -.,... ,. pa.. KM cMnc wwrtkrDANESE r :
ito that it may again be made a cable I year to 12 1.2c' net this year, and on i \Well it mout'and.'' then it moutent. Come and see the grass growing inhe d..tnd

station for our untrammeled convent; t[the widely known 1921 cloth, from I suppose worry "won't bring rain. fields. I will!' be glad to show you' (JACKSONVILLE FEED &: GROCERY CO.

ience in a commercial diplomatic 85c to 12 l-2c. These are net mill But rain or no rain, land and town round, 636 W For.yti: St. JACKSONVILLE

j way, also that in a possible war with prices property is moving like butter out of I. N. CABLE, BROOKLYN, FLA. [ Near Union StationI



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-- The United States, while acting WHATS THE USE! : I ,
In brcust. Named
broadly under the Monroe Doctrine in seen "1,
in I.ake Butler .
about March
seeking to end hostilities, also had a drain the radiator 1st. .;

Bits of LocalInformation NEEDED IN special. I interest, because the fightingwas I iI And keep the batteries filled. j! about.Suitable Phone reward! II.'! as S. his where LaVe .. ,.

getting close to the Panama canal I watch tIle tire inflator- ;il
ji tone, and also because the ,Washington I I keep the "knocking" stilled. I Butler. 3-18-21. 1'' '

SPRING TIMEPEOPLE government, under the treaty I grease: the differential, ,I-

with Panama, guarantees the. territorial The springs, the fan, the clutch. 'TAX BOOKS ,!

c-r* 'es f4 Omr ....... a: ...... ea4 fM. WITH POOR APPETITE, integrity of that republic.The I watch each small essential<< ;
T /- M ... c.-.. i T. V The timer bands '
and such.I .
BAD COMPLEXIONS AND next foreign policy to be Will close April let If convenient 11 .

"SPRING FEVER" NEEDA faced by the Harding administrationis watch the road for,bridges, )please pay now. It will be impossl-
lrtd II ,- "'-- BLOOD TONIC ", that of peace with Germany. Already For crossing I slow down.I i ble to do all the work at one time. it1 J

T. S. Williams is still sending away J. W. Morgan and Albert Duboseare Secretary' Hughes and Senators straddle ruts and ridges | Thanks E. W. HAYS I

sweet potatoes.All the delegates from W. O. W. camp GUDE'S PEPTO-MANGAN IS BEST Lodge and Knox, of the Senate I'm careful when in town. 843t. Tn Collector. I"li
r foreign relations committee, the--three In neutral gear I place her,
138, of Starke to the session of the .
MAKES RICH RED BLOOD-RENEWS men who will Whenever I must !
play an important part atop i
goods bought at W. M. Bryan'sstoredelivered head camp, in Tampa, from the 22ndto CATTLE DIPPING NOTICE
free. 8-18-tf the 25th insUStandard VITALlTANIJ IN ;in the settlement," have had several I never try to "race" her:.. t
CREASES BODY'S RESISTANCE I conferences with the president. With Or let the "back-fire" pop. .

J. M. Conner, a well known citizen TO_ DISEASE I the peace treaty of Versailles dead, at At trying I keep busy ping There vat will Tuesday be. a meeting March at the dip ', '1
patterns cost less 16th. for 1'
of,the Raiford section, had businessin and give .satisfaction. .Stern- least as far aa the United States is But for my very lifeI the purpose of cleaning out, filling //1
Starke Saturday. berg's.The( Spring i,\the time when good blood I concerned< it is believed that Knox can't drive our old Lizzie and charging name. This vat is located j:

is so vital to health. If you do not : and Lodge will combine in framing! To suit the bloomin' wile.rENTA.WORD. on the Desspnt" land southeastof .

Looking for more new frocks Methodist feel the thrill of spring in your blood 'another peace resolution similar ,to Marke. All cattle owners are requested If
'at Sternberg's about Monday.Mrs. is having its if you take no pleasure in living, If the one which came to grief in the to be present '
interior i
repainted and decorated. your appetite IB poor, your complexion last session of congress, to end the R. D. Bower, L. V. Moore., Commit. u

Alvin Jackson and children, of When work Painter, new Steenberg beauty will has be finishedhis addedto pallid or muddy, and you tire easily technical state of war with Germany. *ep. ;:-25-8 t. }

Jacksonville, are'visiting relatives in this dignified temple. you can be pretty sure your bloodIs The matter of an association of nations i .
the Rising section not up to the mark. So many feel to keep the peace of the world Luke RMly Says, "The Rat Died Before

that way in the Spring. Especially and to foster disarmament will not receive Reaching the River"

Miss (Era Anderson spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards had as housewives who have Ao much workto immediate attention. "Since moving near the river two
guests for the week-end their FOR SALE-Two good horses best
daugh- ,
Jacksonville with relatives and do. They get overtired and run The Japanese question also looms years ago, we've always used RAT I
ters, Mrs. Robert Daniel of Jackson- stock Apply Sam Rosenberg
down-their blood becomes and
friends. large before the new administration, Watched a vicious water rat, i.
ville, Mrs. George Simpson, of Gaines- Starke. 3-11-tf.
-MM- .. HM-M.-MHKW but as yet there is no inkling of the nibbling at RAT SNAP outside the

Chickens and eggs wanted. J. F. ville Miami.Is, .and Mrs. Henry Freeman, of thin.Build up tour healUlI.ow by taking: line of action to be adopted. The, WIl- FOR SALE-Refrigerator good as house. About 15 minutes later' ha

Kickliter. 2-18-tf. that splendid Spring blood tonic- son administration had virtually completed new, solid porcelajn lined, holds CO darted off for the water, to cool hisburning
Gude's Pepto-Mangan. It will give a new treaty whereby Japanese stomach, but he died" before
pounds of ice
it time for
not to put the drinking cheap cash. This
Louis H. Hill and Enoch Grime, fountain in order so that those who vital power to the red corpuscles In colonization In California was pro- office. 81121. reaching it." Three sizes: 8Cc, 6Bc,

prominent citizens of Lawtey, did business come to spend their here your blood. They will go racing hibited, but it is not known whether '1.25. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.
money can
in Starke,Wednesday. get a drink of water without having through your blood, carrying fresh this agreement) engineered by Ambassador FOR SALE-Tom Watson melon seed Jones, Starke.-Adv"

to ask for it in the stores or without supplies of oxygen to all Ule'.tlny Morrie at Tokio, will prove acceptable 40 cents pound jpostpaid to any ad- -- e
Trade at :Bryan) and get your having to bring water with them from cells. It will help'improve your color to the new administration drcsi.-Lawrence Developing Co.,

goods sent home free. 8-18-tf home ? and your appetite. You'll take It is possible that President Hard- Brooklyn, I la. 8-18-Zt '

more interest in things and enjoy life Ing and Secretary Hughes will attempt Income Tax Returns' :

l Miss Inez Moitt and Gus Beasley If you are looking for a good more. You will stop going around to tie the entire Japanese mud FOR SALE-Single comb white leg

went to Jacksonville Monday to spend pair of silk or lisle hose, try with that tired, all-gone feeling. die in one package, instead of attempting horn eggs for setting, from heavy a Specialty
the week with relatives
i "Everwear," at Slernberg's. Physicians nave prescribed Gude's to deal with it piecemeal. laying strain f 1.60 per setting of ,

Pcpto-Ma"ngan for thirty years.u: This would mean that the question of 15 eggs. Delivered by parcel post. Two yean in Government Service.' ,t
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Howard of
I Col. C. L .Peek left Sunday after- can get it at your druggist's: in either Japan's policy in the Pacific ocean, J. S. McCormick, Raiford, Fla.
Dukes, were visitors to Starke Tues noon for Atlanta to attend the funeral tablet or liquid form. Take whichever the Yap mandate difficulty, the Shantung 8-4-12t-6-20\ Charges quoted on application. '

day. of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Carlyle you prefer., They have. the same evacuation and the territorial Hollis T. Pope '

Conch crowder Peek, who passed away after a medicinal value. Get the genuine.- integrity of China will assume equal rOR SALE-Georgia 'raised runnel I I
and J.
sea. F. '
Kickliter. pea long illness. ,Many friends here of Adv. importance with the California_ _nu. ..._ land__.__ peanut' seed, 90 cents' per bushel. 425 Graham Bid,. Jacksonville, f a
It. Mr. Carlyle Peek regret exceedinglyto problem. The republican leaders in i White Spanish, Be per pound, f. o. 'I
} were visitors over here Tuesday.A. b. Lake Park, Ga. Quality
hear of his sad loss in the death of the senate were especially bitter over 1 guaran- t
i Strawberry growers are especially D. Andrews was a visitor to teed or money refunded. F. M.
his young and talented wife. the awarding of the Chinese province
White & Son. *
invited to call at the Bank of Starke Jacksonville Thursday 2-11-81 See .
of Shantung to Japan by the
for change needed to make their Miss Rhoda Bennett, of Theressa, peace
payrolls W. L. Douglas and Ralston conference at Paris, and they are even FOR SALE-N! : C. or Florida Runner
G. C.
It. is the (guest of Mrs. G. C. Sapp. Driggers
shoes for can't be beat. Get critical
} men more of granting: the mandate seed peanuts. We offer for prompt
them at Sternberg's. W H. Andrews was a visitor to for the island of Yap to the mikado's acceptance and cash with order the '
Dr. II. M. Clarvoe is back his
at Starke Sunday. LAKE
kingdom, for this act virtually gives N. C. or Florida Runner seed peanuts BUTLER, FLA.,
post after spending a two weeks vacation Mrs. Mary R. Jones returned to her
Remember that clean up week c6m- Japan control of the cable service of at $1. per bushel' ((4c per Ib)
in Washington, D. C. mences next Monday, the 21st. Both home in Macclenny Sunday after the Pacific The president and Mr. put up in new sacks t. o. b. Lowell, Agent
spending a while here with relatives Fla. H. T. Hall Co. Lowell Fla.
Gingham from 15c up at Stern.berg's. the mayor and the Woman's Club of and friends. Hughes it i. known, take the position 17tf. VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKSFor
Starke that will clean off
request you taken by the Wilson administrationthat I
Rev. Wiggins, of Jasper filled his all kinds of Tombstones and Monument
unsightly lots
your vacant put your the Unled States can recognize; LOST On* hound puppy, about one I

Mrs., M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville yards a/id park strips in perfect order regular church appointment here at the Advent no mandate over Yap unless It places year old. Black and tan collar, resembles *. A postal card addressed to meat .q
visited her daughter, Mrs: A. and give things in general a 'Mr., Herse and Wilson Bryan, of the island at the free disposal of all a blood' htlund. Has small Lake Butler, Fla., will bring me to

Z. Adkins, Friday and Saturday.W. "spick and span" look. Baker county, were transacting business the nations as a base for cable and nick in one ear, and white stripe your door with information and prices.
wireless r
t communications.In .
Rev J. C Diggs waa in Jacksonville here Monday. 4
,A. Scott, who is teaching at Mrs. Clem Gordon who has beenon .addition to those problems, several -
first of the week attending the die ,
Osteen, spent the week-end with ,his trict Epworth League Institute: which the sick list for the last few daysis of a minor nature confront the STRAWBERRY PLANTS I;

parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. convened at the First Methodist I improving. president and Mr. Hughes The polite ,

church. While there Mr. Digga had Raiford has a picture show once a ical and financial situation in Cuba Missionary and
Auto and auto painting. M. Klondyke
tops must be straightened out the question
week in the school auditorium.R. ,
Leviton,'Starke. 1119tf. the pleasure of seeing an old friend of ... i
Philipine independence already in
from Missouri, Ralph E. Nollder, who N. Dowling, of Pompano, was
Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned home is assistant general: secretary of the the guest of Mr. and Mrs A. D. Andrews an effort to have Maj. Gen. Wood go $4.00 per 1000, 3.75 in 10,000 lot, as fine as grow. .
to the islands relations with South
Thursday after spending several days Epworth League. Wednesday Send for my 1921 catalog, describing 40 other rarities. t '
with Mrs. D.. R. Edwards in Gaines' ___ __ B-.a-B.__ ......_ 1-. Mrs. C. B. Macclenny, of Macclenny American countries must be made
amicable, while foreign loans, oil concessions
was transacting business here on
ville. Let me take your measure for
and Russian J. KEIFFORD HALL
troubles promise
that new suit. Satisfaction guar Wednesday

Mrs. E.. K. Perryman left Tuesday anteed. N. Sternberg. ANNOUNCEMENTTo enough: worry for several years. RHODESDALE, MD. .

afternoon for Atlanta, where she will

spend a week with her brother, Mr. A near sighted, absent-minded man TilE LABORER A CAPITALIST ,
walking down the street one day all our customers: We have
Carlyle Peek. """ a S ii>>*W HB SI*llHIHnH BMl* H M WVM *MH MH H H BI Bl >IMMM *aaaiI lliiaiBiSBHS H ISMWMIMM
when he ran against a cow. In a distressed sold our cigar manufacturing busi G
tone he said, "I beg ness to Mr. C. C. Starling. We recom One 9f the most absurd things to
A new line of Men's shirts your pardon GENERAL
be found In this absurd world is the INSURANCE
mend Mr. Starling to the trade a
madam!1" Then after looking
and soft collars at Sternberg's.Get .
conflict between labor and capital.
more closely he discovered his mistake man fully competent in every respect '
For they are the same thing At HAROLD C. WALL
and with experience in
many years
Bryan's prices, the lowest in Presently he bumped against
town. He now holds forth in the for another object and said, "Get out of the making of cigars. We ,respectfully leant they are interchangeable. Any

mer J. B. Sapp store, near the depot. the way, you brute!I" But to his die ask that you give to Mr. Starling I labor that merely seeks to providefor STARKE, FLORIDA _
3-18-tf. be discovered he had ran against! the same support that you have present needs, and not to accumulate
a lady. given us the past twenty months. I a'bit of capital, is only a tem FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

W.. J. 'Griffin, of Jacksonville, has Respecfully! ,. porary, interruption of vagrancy. A
been iri Starke during the week, visitIng PRESBYTERIAN R. & R. CIGAR CO. i|I real ]laborer is bent on getting a surplus -
By B. F. Russell a little home, maybe, or some -
his brother! O. J. Griffin, who is "
slowly improving.; Where are you going Sunday Mlrr'l I Liberty bonds, or life insurance, or

Fishing? Hunting? Visiting? HUGHES FOREIGN POLICY something of the kind which will increase

Another shipment of Florida pea On an auto ride? Going'to sleep? IDENTLY WILL BE VIGOROUS his sense of security The chief

nuts just arrived. J. F. Kickliter It You'd better come to churchOr concern of every capitalist is to find,
you may be left in the lurch The initial act of Charles Evans. without the slightest delay, a profitable

Mrs. J. C. Adkins and little daughter : When Gabriel blows his horn. Hughes as secretary of state-a bur I investment, for his money. Any Perfect Protection HereIn ''
: ness-like note to Panama and Costa which is not In k,
Margaret, of Gainesville, spent Sabbath school at 10 a. m. I money .one way or another -
Wednesday and Thursday at the home Sermon at 11 a. m., subject, "The Rica on hostilities in Central Americahas I being constantly turned into
of Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I Saviour Unsaved." made evident two things, according i labor is quite usless-just as any labor

Sermon at 7:30 p. m., subject"Pi-' to observers In Washington. ,, that is not being constantly transformed -

A work shirt for i late's Question. The first is that President Harding I into capital, it not labor at
good heavy addition to the high degree of safety af
98c meeting and choir practice Intend to give his premier a great all, but slavery This interdependenceof
at Sternberg's.P. Prayer
Wednesday evening deal to say regarding the foreign pot I labor and capital la, of come, an forded by our safes and vault, we are fully in- j -

A. Johanson has laely erected a Come as early as 7:15 if possible. Icy of the United States, and the sec Idea that ,ls as old as the hills. But cured! against burglarly or hold-up. &8,

good new barn, besides making other ond is that this policy la going to be a in most cases, the gigantic blunder

improvements on his fine farm north Wewantu.DAVID LANDER, V. D.,M. vigorous one. | of mankind are caused by our failure Our officers and employees are fully bond ,: ,

east of Temple's Mill. The new administration officers had to see an Old Truth, not to find a New ed. J
NOTICE hardly settled themselves' at their,Truth. The* fundamental fallacy that '
Just arrived new lot of Whitman's desks until the president and his see- I underlies all Labor trouble is the no- Besides, our membership in the American 1 t

Sampler and:other candies, at lower Blacksmith shop now open to pub retary'of state had reached an accordon tion that labor and capital are antagonlsticV Bankers Association: entitles us to the services 'I"

prices. Scott Drug Co. lic. We invite your patronage. the Central American tangle. A'| and thjt one can prosper only and protection of* world-wide detective orcan't I .;

COOPER & SNELLGROVE, crisp diplomatic: note not only request j at the expense oY the other, Millions ization that is relentless in its warfare against A 1\

The Russell place on South street, Starke, Fla. ed the belligerent powers to cease of men are now confused and aimlessly crime and criminals.

occupied by Sheriff W. J. E person tabling and try some other manner injuring themselves and everybodyelse 4 j ,'

and family, has had a new fence built BATTERY SERVICE of settling their difficulties, but con because they do not see that labor The safety of our depositors fund is always I

around it and other Improvementsmade. veyed a veiled threat that the United I and capital are not ,enemies. They our first consideration. I J

Save money by having your ser States might act if the request are partn ra. The class maniacs, the I

vice batteries recharged. We are pre unheeded.The went I fighters, the capitalists who ,want to e This is a safe bank to bank with. r

Miss Alice Crone, state Epworth pared to do this very cheaply. If,you trouble between Panama and{ make laborers slaves, and the Bolsheviks 1 ,

League secretary, will not be here cannot wait while your battery is bee Costs Rica grew: out of a frontier dis- who want to abolish capital l are I I

next ,Sunday, as previously announced ing recharged, we can loan you one puts between the two republics. Arbitrators I, all simply wild men. The world waits I"
but will l come some time in the to use in the meantime. You may had given the debated for their insanity to run its course: ;

i near future. ship your batteries to us to be recharged I ground to Panama, but Costa Rica, The reason why capital, accumulating I I .

--- and we can ship them back to refusing to abide by the.decision, sent I through the centuries, has not bought, BANK OF STARKE t

,I, How's This? you. New service batterie. tor sale. troops to occupy the territory, and later Ii owned and enslaved the world, is that ,
, KAU/fl CATARRH MEDICTNB will STARKE VULCANIZING WORKS, began an invasion of Panama It- the only way capital can keep alive

C.afn what.M 1e caused claim by for Catarrh IN-cure Catarrh W. do .not orD 8-ll-2t. R. Burrows, Prop self. The fighting lasted about ten Is continually be transformed ,into STARKE, "FLORIDA "

'i claim to cure nay other dlft8..... 'r days, and then both belligerents, hawing J labor. The reason why labor has riot I

liquid HALL'S, taken CATARRH internally MEDICINE and arts through Isi a RAIFORD digested: the Hughes note, decided i J long ago overthrown capital Is! thai 'Uuder State Supervision;
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th the. blood upon the mucous the surface Inflammation of. that there may be some other way of I every really worthwhile laborer,, in JJl!
intern thus reduelnir '
and iwatortn normal conditions. Raiford. March 18.-N. T. Ritch, settling the trouble than force of 1IImaelf a capitalist._He rut's for
All DrtiRRliu. Circularr... O. J. Griffin at Starke,
Mr. and Mrs. arms. March. ,
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r.\G& TWO .- ._ _
< uwfinTi suet wakes trio J --. street' And "firesenny", EbV stood I
What Uie e fir r<'nuluttoll,1)}' 't'nIIJWnJtJic ; mmr' .!. ,
B she M'Juli) bK\-a new i boulevard huge I
car tile a
there down gray
I feel as It I hadn't sold at all. permission c wliat will
within where you ant until I five yon would! be the use? This
a week site tlmiiked him and nolaelesalysonolselesely.
( of the Bon car et ne- slipping i
Ituck Ogllvy came out
to depart""And be his last In Uumboldt coun
for the first time retired without. offering night ,, In fact that Shirley recog-
Gusto restaurant' with slobs Just as j If I refuse" "
: tier cheek for hla good-night; klaa tyA nlzed It by that very quality of silence
thewheel t
BI''l'e.'Ith George Sea Otter at manhandle truss the side
I "Then I shall yon rifle shot rang out from
H' TheVALLEY Shortly thereafter the Colouel Bought! I It was Bryce Cardigan's Napier. t
: his. own virtuous couch and preparedto of the Napier. drove up boardIng to tile '| you up like a fowl la the tonneaa of of B street ; from the lumber pileacross "George! she called. "Come here."
4 curb. They left Moire al her your car, and gag you" the street Bryce and Ogllvy -
Kurrcoder himself to the drat good slid to tile gate and
The car over ,
house and roTd! noiselessly" away, the Colonel and
To ISryce's Infinite surprise beard a suppressed. grunt of pain
Bleep In three weeks He laid the flattering arrived atCardlgan's stopped at the sight of the slim whit* ,
At nine o'clock they smiled. well !I" be re- board. Instantly
"Oh ,
very a as of a breaking
; unction to bill soul that Bryce figure running dowu the garden walk., )
and found Jim
log landing the. bulgeon
f.lled.o'J guess you've got out of the shadows George
CardIgan bad dealt him hand
a poor "Is Mr. Cardigan burtT' she demanded -
o/ theGIANTS from a marked deck and lie bad playedIt Harding the bull-donkey engineer j me young man. Do you mind If I I,I Sea Otter came padding on velvet
In an agony of auepenss.George
exceedingly well. "Lucky I blocked placidly smoking his pipe In the''l'e sit In the warm cab of: my own en- I% feet, rifle In hand_nd then Bryce
i Sea Otter grunted com temp.
the. young beggar from getting thoaerails balled him. glnet I came away: In such a burry I I I understood. tuously. "Nobody hurt 'cept the Black

out of the Laurel Creek apor" b. "That you. Jim I" I I quite forgot my overcoat. I j i "AJI right; boss," said George simply Minorca. I am _taking; him to ;Jour I

mused, "or he'd hare had his jump- toy ou bet""Run Jabe Curtis'" ahenly and I "Not at all. Ill sit op there and t tI I'I as be Joined Bryce and Ogllvy under company hospital, miss. Ue tried to
up to I keep company"half lee locomotive "Nowwe
you the of the
crosulng In ov..roIKht-and- then where I shoot my' boss so I shot him myself I
.. tell him we're here. Have him gather An automobile
hour passed.
the devil would I babeen! Up Salt I get busy again.
the Now boss
ofoveralls once through rcj l'
his and two pairs
gang bring street and
Water "Backto
came slowly up "Safe-o. mew" Ogllvy called.
creek without and all the.
a paddle- .
him tile Grandehospital. f
B, PETER B. KYNB slzwith says Take to Laguna
and two JUOlp"rIar.e
evidently "
paused half a block away, the And while Bryce followed
court In Christendom would avail m.ootlllnll. Job. George.' Me I would drop I
Author 01"Capp ." him when he comes.. reconnoitering the situation. Instantly by the careless George! Sea Otter

Lu R.Icke- He was dozing off when a sound Presently the woods-boes, accompanied the Colonel thrust' his bead out the went Into the lumber yard fo succor this "creaser In the bay; If I was the
by thirty of bis Ut men, came bo ii s.
amote upon his ear*. Instantly b* was cab window. the enemy Ogljvy set an example "On
She hysterically
wide awake, listening InteuUr, his down to the log -landing.) At nl''e'aorder" "Sexton I"! be shouted. "Cardigan1 to the men by stepping Into the open laughed your
back from the hospital atop and
1 bead cocked on one alda. The BOund they clambered aboard the engine cutting In a crofI lnl(. flea holding end< starting briskly to work with a way "
XJAzxzxxxxIxxxxzzxzxIzOopingkt she ordered.Be .
and tender, banging on the steps' here against will. Get the mill pick me op George
Die my shovel.
.F Paw 1. Its. elYNOP91 grew louder: evidently It was approaching
on the roof of the cab on the cow and for Bondean lumber touched his broad hat and she
Sequoia-and with a bound crew together phone At the bottom of the pile of
catcher-e.n"where they could Bad a his woods-crew.. Send the switch- witha I returned to the house to dress.
the Colonel eat up In bed trembling and the Block Minorca was discovered
... In every limb.Suddenly toehold nock Ogllvy cut off the air; engine and a couple tof flats up for severe flesh wound In his right hip; Meanwhile Colonel Pennington bad
and the locomotive and tender beganto reached the crossing one more. simultaneously
out of the deep rumbling them. Phone Poundstone. Tell him also he was suffering from numerous '
CHAPTER i-.Ploaear fe tile Oallforalr dlapasou he beard a sharp clIck--theD gild slowly down the almost Imperceptible to have the chief of pollc&Dr'ce -* bruises and contusions George lS..aOlt..r with the arrival of Sam
pedwood ratio. Jaba Cardtpn. at tortsMv.n '- grade. With a alight clickIt Perkins, the chief of police, accompanied -
u the leading clU..a of another and another. II* counted Cardigan's great hand closed possessed himself of the fallencholo'e
pwnar 01 111111.. .hlp.. and many acre. them_lz In alt cleared the switch and slid out onto over the Colonel's neck while down rifle while Bryce picked thewr..lch by two automobile crammed
Umber a widower after thr.. 1'......] the Cardigan lateral. swiftly gathering with patrolmen Perkins strutted op
lit., sad I..U.w 01 two-d&J' "A locomotive and two Bat cars I" be Water street a dark streak that was up and carried him to his auto
= speed. A quarter of a mile down I to Bryce Cardigan'Ond Buck Ogllvy.What's .
C.rdli.n. murmured "And they just pulled over Buck Ogllvy sped toward the automo mobile. ,

CHAPTER n-.A.t the switch leading from the main-line the line Buck Ogllvy applied the bile. Intending to climb. In and make "Take the swine over to the Laguna tile meaning of all this row,

Ohs acquaintanw 01 lourlaen SUIDD.r.Bryce make.a .Ie- tracks out to my log dump. That brakes and eased her down to twenty Pennlngton's manager a prisoner also. GranJe Lumber company's hospital Mr. Cardigan?" be demanded. ..

Moor to S.quole .... Sblrl.r: .. bJ' a f.w means tile train la going down Water mile per hour. He was too late, however Sexton and tell them to pafch him up," he ordered "Something has slipped 8am," .

,k ncr.d to John t C tb.rdlgaa Valley.i4 of street to the switch Into Cardigan' At the Junction with the main line swung his car and d..part..d'lit full George Sea Otter. "I'll keep both Bryce retorted pleasantly "You've

fl S. th. burt&. place or DrJ'_'. yard By George they've outwitted Buck backed briskly up Into the speed down Water street leaving the rifles and the ammunition here for been calling me Bryce for the past

athAG !Qf pert with mutual "Pllt. me I" Lagnnda Grande woods, and coupled. disappointed Buck to return panting Jules Rondeau' and his woods gang.: twenty years, and now you're mister

CHAPTER IfL-While Bryce ta at col- With the agility of a boy' be sprang to the two loaded flat cars. The to the scene of operations. They'll probably be dropping IB on ns Ing mel! The meaning of this row

i ....cow John loam Cardigan. and for meet toe am with Urn heavy views. Into bit clothed raced downntalra. and woods gang scrambled aboard the I Bryco Cardigan released his hold on about 2 a. m,. If I know anything about you ask?" Bryce continued "Well,

tte future with uncertainty. leaped Into Mayor Touudatone's jitney flats, and the train pulled out for Se-. Pennlugton's neck. "You win,. Colonel Colonel Pennlngton's way of doing I'm engaged In making a Jump crossing

standing In the darkness at the front quoia. Forty rolnrutes later they rumbled ," be announced. "No good can things" of Colonel Pennlngton's track,
CHAPTER rv.-After graduation from down and slid to a t
Water street
college, and a trip Wryoe Card gate, come of holding you here ajiy longer. e e e e under a temporary franchise granted ,,
I 1 gan come* horn.. On Uie train he meet.I grinding halt at the Intersection of II Intg your car and on ;your way." ?Having dispatched the Black Minorca me by the city council of Sequoia.

I Bnlrley Dimmer on her wr; to Sequoia te CHAPTER street. "Thank the Cola- to hold the work until tile Here' the franchise." And he thrust i
I make Pennington. ttiera ., XV. 'of ;you, young man I up arrival f
: From the darkness Cardigan'sdrying
that '
Ool. 11 rye* learn hu Del answered and< there was a metallic of re-enforcernents. Colonel Pen the document under the police chiefs i
(atccrcredent baa tailed and Uiat Cot yard where they had been .
N + Penntnston !. *..king to take advantage of The success of Bryce Cardigan'. of the ring In his voice. lie looked at nington fairly burned. the streets en nose :
W, the old man's buslneu misfortunes. for waiting, twenty picked men his i his desirous "Tills Is the first rye heard about (
plan getting his rail down from watch In the glare,, of a torch route to home. H. wa of
bearing lantern
mill crew now emerged, ;
I CHAPTER V. In Laurel creek dependnd entirely upon "Plenty of time" he murmured. "Cur getting Into a heavy ulster before venturing any franchise" Sam Perkins replied
the Valley of the and tools. Under Buck Ogllvy'sdirection |
9 t, Otants young Cardlxan And a tree felled the whimsy which might seine the crew few shall. not ring' tonight. Quitedeliberately forth again Into the night air. suspiciously "Seems to me yon been ..
_directly Uon. acrou. til* mottier'a 1rI'''''.. Indl of the big mogul that hauled the last the dirt promptly began to '|i he climbed Into the The violent slam with which he mighty secret about this Job. How do
that It
are the
1 wa out down to & .our.iy fly. while tile woods crew unloaded
the hurl and evidence .Mim. to .how that load o( loge; out of Ourdlgon'e redwoods mayor's late source of woe and closed the front door after him brought I know this ain't a forgery *
rails and them close to the sidewalk I
nondoau.Pennlnaaon are and Implicated hie woocte-boM In the outrage., Jule on Thursday afternoon. Should plied I' breezed' BWBT.I fihh Inv._. In- dresainr'cnwn m 4 _- - _and___ aUnnel'll.. . "Call op the, mayor and aalr- him"

the engineer and fireman decide to Suddenly voice harsh, and strident |I Colonel Peunlngton did not at once to the staircase.! Bryce suggested. a':
G CHAPTER VI-IMnln* with Col. ".n- leave{ lie locomotive at the logging a I'f'lurn'to his home however. Instead "Uncle Seth I" she called. "What' "I'll do that" quoth Mr. Perkinsponderously \'
with passion, rose above the thud of
nlnirton and
hlnlece .
p paneled I with redwood, Bryce burl,IIn" the camp for the night, Ilryce'a tank would the picks and the clang of melal."Who'R j i he drove up to the business center of the matter?" "And In the meantime,
Kotn hi. suspicion of I nn1rL be an simple MS turning a hole down a I the town. The streets were''deserted, "There's. the devil to pay" he an don't do any more digging' :: or rail-cut I
In.y,a the diplomatic two men way declare, unperceived war, by Bhlr- Mqulrrol hole. On the other hand blazes do In charge mean here by and cutting! what m7tral'k. but one saloon-Uie Sawdust Pile- swered. "That fellow Cardigan Is back ting." lie hurried away to his auto-

} fthould, they run buck to Sequoia with ', you was still openl'enuingtoo of the N. O. 0.. after all and be and tnohlle 'leaving a lieutenant In charge

I CHAPTER VII-Pennlnirton refueee to the. engine he and Ugllvy foved the al1 1 tile behold Ool.
renew logging contract with the Cardigan Iiryce turned In time to ,
*. believing: his, actlnn mesn hank temallve of "borrowing" It from the I I II Seth autoI and Into the back room where a numI the Intersection of Water and. B I r "Also In the meantime, young man,"
1'crinliiftton from on -
". + ruptcy for the latter Uryre force Ron. Laguna Grande Lumber company's I I leap ber of poker games were In progress. streets rutting In a Jump-crossing of i I I Colonel I't'nutnjrton.lIonolln. "yon r
dean to ronttnt he felled the tree In the mobile and advance upon Buck Ogllvy I'I j ,
Valley of the Olante, at t'ennlmrton'e or. roundhouse ; mid that operation. In :, Ovllvy held a lantern up to the cob-- For moment he stood, loll cold, our line" will piirdon, me If I take possestilnn of 1
der After, punlHhlnff the man Bryne view of the fact I'emiliigtnn'a. night i oplll,1IlInClunco circling the room un- lie clashed Into the living room, and I my InnuiictMve mill flat cars I observe ;:
liurlH film at Col. PennlnKton, who, with I
Shirley had wltneMud the light. ttonnliig- wate'hlllan'tluhl be certain to hear the til It came to rest on no leu a personage nIle heard him calling frantically Into you have, finished unloading y

lon le humiliated, and the girl I Indignant.yy . engine leaving, offered dllllcuHIcs I than the Black Minorca an the telephone thane mils." \

order friendship Iiryce. He to leave leave ,her but and refuw forcet to their accept Throughout tho ufternoou after |I Individual( with whom the reader has "At UistJ" she murmured, and< crept I "Help yourself. 'Colonel," Bryre replied ?

I? dlimlMal. having Kent lilt orders In writing to \I already bind some slight acquaintance. down the stairs, pausing behind the with an .4Hiunptlon of henrtl- "

f CHAPTER Vni.-Returning to Boquolo, the wood-liimn, via Ueorge Sea Otter I t It 'wlll, hit recalled that the, Black 1 heavy portieres at the entrance to the ,.ness he was tar from feeling. 1-,

T'j' the train.on which Shirley, her uncle, and (for he Oared not trust to the telephone I i Minorca led the futile rush against' living room. "Tlinnk yon no- much (CWillpan.." \ '

the IJryce locomotive are traveling, and Bryce breaks who away could from have ), be waited In his ofllce for a Brj'ce I'nrdlgun that day In Pi nnlng- "That you Poundstone?" she beard I With the greatest good nature In. life,

i neaped, at the rl.k of hie life cute out telephone call from the logging) camp I, ton's woods.The him saying rapidly Into the, transmitter PennlnRton cllmbod Into the cab '

oath the nabonm being' and painfully saves Injured them from In doing certain so.t 4ia to what action the engine crew bud i i 4I Colonel. approached the table ,. "Pennington speaking. YoungBrjre renrhed for the hell-cord, and rang 't

taken .Finally at a quarter of six where the Black Minorca Milt tliuinh- Cardigan Is behind that N. O. tliB bell) vigorously." {

r' builder CHAPTER of the XJJllrt.projected Northern Oiriivy' ,California ae I Curtln his wiiods IIOHS,)on III( la."They're t' y r hug, the edges of his cards, mid outfit and It's a logging! road and .0.// Then he permitted himself a triumphant j

A Oregon railroad m eta.. MolraMcTavlnh utoylne here all night, air" touched the cholo on the shoulder. Intended to build through to toot ot' the ,whistle, after i iwlilch

,j<. and I I.. much Imprexied Bryce be reported: I'f ,1 The I(lack Minorca turned, nnd IVn- Puts at oil- Cardigan and Ogllvy are he threw off the air and gently !I S

and franchises hla: father for make the line filnns from for .o the rtn city; a "!loUIIe them na far from the log nlD :toll nodded to him to follow; at Water nod B streets this (very J I oppnoil the throttle.:: He wee not a locomotIve ,

.t,.e council r landing as poanlble, and organise a : whereupon the latter cashed In bin stant with. n gang of fifty men In'I'I t I enirlpeer hUI l he bad ridden
';'" ' poker game to keep them busy In case chips and Joined<< his pniplojei" on the In a Jump-crossing of, my line In the cob of his own locomotive and

I ; .' road "onlrnctorand n.II..h".n Hryco'a colloKe ounvy.friend ratt-j, they don't itlu bod before eight kii k\\ sidewalk. Here n whispered conversation them I They'll have It in by six o'clock i felt quite confident or his ability In

l. doc'lilod on hy the t'nrdlKutm He the o'clock" Jtrjce ordered.' "10 the moon- ensued, and at Its conclusion. tomorrow morning If something Isn't : a pinch.
: r man to flffure ait the builder of the I
j rowed rallioud Bryce gMe to Ban l<.ran-pro. time send a inim you can trust-Jim I I the Black :Ijiorca nodded \'I ol'oullly. done-mid once they get It In, the fat'sIn ,Wllh n creak and n hump the train

I ,. elaco to meet him.CHAPTKIt Harding who runs tho big bull-douk y, "Sure he assured, the ColoneL "I'll the tire."Telephone. stnrted., and the Colonel ran It slowly

I i XI.'-Ocllvy oHtentatlouvly 'will H-dowp to the locomotive to fix 'em good and plenty" the chief of police and" tip until the locomotive stood on the

{,I "' begin work of surveying far th. line, keep nteotn tip until arrive." ." I'' Together Pennington and the Black order him to take his entire force tracks exactly where Buck .o It"y had #.
which !I.
an a proponed through lie hnd --
i rout. PennliiRton vaKunly alarmed decide Hcurcely tiling up wh..nIlu'k t. Minorca entered ,the automobile amid down there If necessary, and stop that been cutting In his crossing; whereupon -

I to block uiiuratlonn hy making It ImroHHlhle Offllvy t'Hine Into the office./ proceeded' swiftly to the Lagunn work. To with that temporary ,Hie Colonel locked the brnltes" J
I to secure a trnn ,III"" for the line ""'('117" ho
',' Bequolit In tills .he plan. to enUt queried casually Orande Lumber company's jnlll franchise I You stop that work for opened. his exhaust and blew-tbe boiler .

I ,t Do the aid of the mnvnr, 'ounrtmon "Saft'-o duck r' replied Hryce, From n locker the Colonel Offlt'e'j two hours and I'll do the rest Tell doun. And when, the last" ounce of

I J'b' CHAPTKR: IX.-Molra MaTavleh" chlla- "Nothing to do but get a bite of dinner repenting rifle and three I.>ox. tlie chief of police not to .recognizethat steam had escaped, he descended find 1
friend of Hryee and empioyetj; In and proceed to hulllo....." '
I make Khlrley'e acriualntance and hieoffice S aJ cartridges which he handed to .the. I temporary franchise He can be' smilingly accosted' Br ce Cardigan j
the two heconie frlendn. Needing money Muck insisted on keeping engage :.? cholo who departed without. further suspicious of It, cnn't he and refuse to "That engine t being my property," he ,\
badly, John Cardigan: offer to Hull 1'fn- went to dine with Molra and Urycongreed ado Into the nlghf. Ii let the work go on until he finds fun announced "I'll take the short end of I
nlngton the Valley of the Olaiiu
'. ry Colonel:; confldc-nt the property must, but won the to call for him nt the, lion Twenty mlnntna lnf..r.. -from- .-. the-..- 'fln..... And von can be hard to find--- for two any bet you care to make young man ,<
, t.;? be hi. through, the bankruptcy of his Gusto rentauraut. Then Itryce went of a lumber pile In Cardigan's drying I hours': can you notl Delay, delay, man IThat's lint It will sit on those tracks until ';
enemle. .
oont mptuouly refuen Un- ,
home to dine with his \
known to her uncle, Shirley buy the, I father. Old Surveyed Pennington Calmly.l1el's I want . Yes yes I. your temporary franchise expires.
Valley and the (C'nrolKan have a new i Cardigan was happier, than his son understand. You get down Cut In your jltmp-crossing now. If'you 1.
leaee of builne life. They Interest capi I- bad seen him since the return of'the face nnd surveyed Pennington light and roast the chief ::1
I of ,
tal and decide on a chetne to parallel police for can you whelp, and he d-'dte you ;
I'ennlngton'. logging railroad I latter to Sequoia. calmly. Interfering but In the meantime! I've got yon blocked 1" y,

CHAPTER XIt -O r1lvy. In a bnnlnei ': ""Well sonny. rye had a mighty; "Colonel" he began> wtUi exasperating I.I Thank you. Poundstone. thank "I rather Imagine this nice gentleman ;.

Interview, favorably hupr......* the Mayor, '' pleasant afternoon" he declared nsliryce politeness., "I presume you are j you. Good-by.I" has It on us, old dear" chirped '\
and later envage that oltlclur. ion a. at I led him to the Colonel Peanington-my name Is I| He stood
,, torney for the new road. Through him table. at the telephone, the receiver Buck Ogllvy plaintively. "Well! We
. y they obtain the temporary franchise. "I've been up to the Valley of the Buchanan I'. Ogllvy., and I am In still held to hla ear and his did our damndest which angels can't t,
f! Pennlnirton, finally convinced that the Giants. charge of these ol>oration.. I am the right
holding down the do
hook no mere Let
us .
Cardigan Intercut are huhlnd the scheme, gather up our :.
get to work, to balk them. j jCHAPTKn Ilryca was amazed. "Why, how vice president and general manager; of while the line cleared When fie spoke tools aril go home, my son for\some-. k

Y XIV.- .. rofunna could you'" he demanded. "The old the N. C. 0., and I am engaged In the again Shirley knew he was calling bis thing tells me that If I bang around there

Ttryce the u.e of a in I .." eoanti truck skid road la ImpiiOHnhln, and after you blithe task of making a Jump crossingof mill office. He got a response Immedl- I'" bust one of two tilings this' 5.

and to move equipment and for laying switch, leave the end of the skid road, the your mils. Have a cigar." And he \ 1 ably, notwithstanding the lateness of sleek scoundrel's' "gray/ hen"d or one of '.
OKtlvy plan to steal both t'
during trail In to mother's la thrust perfecto under the Colonel's
n and the nlKht put In a crooning grave no overgrown a the hour. mj bruise veins I Hello !I' Whom ;

:., cutting I'enntngton Pennlnirton1 bilhe track In the city. with buckthorn and wild lilac nose Pennington struck It to the "Sexton: ? .Pennington speaking I've hire w.* I':::" rr'Continued
Ignore the temporary Mayor franchise Houndutone granted to 1 doubt If n mhhlt, could get through ground, and on the Instant half a sent over the Black Mlnorca with a 't

,f and to refuee a permanent one. That comfortably." dozen rough rascals emptied their rifle nnd sixty: rounds of ammunition ( Next Week)

night I'ennlngton hear the Cardigan "Not a bit of It." the old shovels over him. He was -
tracklnylng crew at work and hurries to man replied. . \\'ln17'ou can hear him
the put. "Somebody has gone to work with dirt."Stand. [ shooting already Bully boy with a Get your strawberry tickets' in timeat

and jiliinkei! (hat old skid< rond and back Colonel stand back It 'crockery eyes I He'll clean the gang this office. .

W Hurt n vista of |inr' (Un(> njfu>;n<<
r t lioforo I'ounilstono. lIP rnulil not lmv while the troll through the Giants lists shovelers." Buck Ogllvy warned him y I tile police arrive. You've telephoned "The Rats Around My Place Were

been more ilirlllcd lie 1""II.n1111'0'| been Jru1lh.I"out and RiiNxithed over. soothingly Rondenu. have ynn? Good< I WIRe" Says John Tuthill

lately hoticKt hhi... tilcu to Mrs. All that old logging cable I abandoned Bryce Cardigan mOle over and at He'll have his men waiting at the log "Tried
I everything to kill them.
l'OUIIII..lllrll' Unit tie could not afford In those rhoppliiKS hats been strung sight of him Pennington choked with l landing, and there'll .lie. no delay. Sexton ;

I'' thlrly-lwo.lllnllll.''II"Jlnr! : 11.1;, from tree to tree alongside' the, path fury, "You-you-" he sputtered. tin. we've got to block, them It meansa Mixed poison with meal,
dun inucli /110 lie lunged t<> ol>ltie her i on both ,,"1,'... I can go up there alone able to sny more. t I loss of millions to me If we t/ll1l"! etc. Wouldn't touch it. Tried RAT

, nod 1:1Iln n eri>iitly-to-l>
And now the |price'
his eyes leo 4o "|i<*nk. At unjr rnto III| "Ih'I''" you discover this?" Bryce the swltt'h'engine being' laid up, In the I I "tncle Seth." IIhe said quietly "use SNAP'with food. Saves fussing And \

,,-, wno imrkci) In the purtv-roclivro not dennln4ed. I I shops and the Laurel creek bridge being I any honorable method of defeating bother. Break a cake of RAT SNAP I

'i fifty fret dldtniit I I I ''lodge M'lore. representing the new unsafe for this big DlO "II." He i Bryce Cardigan, but call off the Black lay it where rats scamper You will :'

, Fur the space of n tnlnute the innyorvelclicj I! owner failed. 1 round tills morning; and I looked Ivnnlngton OVM''lIh frank admiration. Bryce Cardigan Saw the Fish of e '''i Minorca. I shall hold you personally see no more. 3- sizes, 85c 65c $1. 5.
'\ Ills min'R fiiturn .Us n corfniru-I took Uie In tow. He auld his client "You're certainly the Rifle responsible for ,
| Iiryce. Cardigan's life Sold and l
guaranteed by D. C Jones. ,
: tlon ottornoy uKnltiHt bile own future : knew the property held for in* a certain job Colonel. Til Hay that much for ,, and If ;you fall me I shall never forgive 'Starke.
a* mayor of Si'quolu-nntl llcul-y lost. sentimental value which wasn'tIrnneferred you." yard Bryce Cardigan saw( the Hash ot you." -Adv. '

1 t' "It might hi In the deed, and au the "You've stolen engine." a rifle and felt tiuddeu sting (ill lilt i "Silly ,
arranged Colonol. be my Petiulng- | silly girl'I" be soothed her 4
Judge had been Instructed to have the left forearm He leaped around It |I I
nuruiurud In a low voice-the voice of ton almost wcrenmed. "111 have the "Don't you know I would not stoop to
front of the
'? home.. skid road plunked and the forest trail law on you for grand larcvuj. shelter of the cowcatcher engine, and to gain tin 'I bush-whacking There's some shoot- 1886

ht, "It Is alrondy arranged," tile Colonel grubbed out-for me. It appears that "Tut-tut Yon don't know who let struck al hla feet aDd another ricochet bul I, tag going on, but Its wild shooting, Just

rs replied cheerfully "Lcuvv your JH at the valley Is going to he a public stole your engine: For all you know, ( : to frighten Cardigan and his nun off

the front gate nnd drive home ID Shir- park after all hut for the present and your own engine crow may have run off! Into the night. It waa followed by i the Job." DAVISINSURANCE

'c Iey' car. .'U arrange ilia tern wltb while t live. It 14 my private park. It.down hero." a fusillade, the bullets kicking up the '' "You can't frt- fen him" she cried.

Iier." lie laughed ulionly 'lt meant, "This Is perfectly)' oinnrlng , "Ill attend to you sir" Penolngtoo freshly disturbed earth among the 'i'

of to San Francisco i to various points of Jnn the Black Minorca or the
tomorrow and buy "Ou"" the new owner must foundsrone's little flivver safety. In. Black

her a later model. Thank goodness, be one of myoid friends-perhaps "Not tonight, at least" Bryce retorted stant the crossing was deserted and IlInorca11I" kill hint Go Instantly
she has a birthday tomorrow, I Have work bad been stopped while from and stop It.
( a somebody I did a fever for lice rently. "Having gone this far
fresh cigar mayor." -and this la his way of repaying. I'd I would be a poor general to permit tile top of the adjacent lumber pile "All right all right !I" be said rather STARK

Colonel Pennington had little dlfiV like to know the name of the owner. you to escape now with the news of the Black Minorca poured a stream of humbly and sprang down the front

cults to explalulog) the deal to Shirley" I'd like mighty well to say thank you your dl..ov..ry.'ou.'., be down hereIn lead and filthy invective at every point the steps Into the waiting car "I'll play

''t who was sleepy and not at ull Inter to hint It Isn't usual fur people nowadays an hour with a couple of hundred ', which he suspected of harboring a game fairly. Shirley never fear"

t! ested. The I'oundctonei hnd bored her to have as mucb respect for members of your mill crew and give I Cardigan follower She stood In the doorway and anthers Tassel".s cIdII&& Ts.s. ,

'?w -".tna nod. WID jl'r..nnrle'a aa- sentlrnont In an old duffer like me asIi. QLtllr..t1lZh.! You will pbljge me, Q!>10IiBL' I "I'd like to plug!!:! him," Buck mar watched the red tail-light, like a ado[..vttelhr sue oaeryf br porifSrlatf' end t..
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nett oil fields have purchased a large( be a giant blackfish, but experts real I .
( -- -I I block of leases in Walton county, the Doyou know the company showed it to be a "r h hi

New of Florida :in Short !Paragraphs II' deal Involving about $75,000. Their you can roll whale \' I
VKI I I program calls for three wells. There

rw News: are two drilling wells now in operation SO rtoocj zirr ,

I'I't Live State and a derrick erected for the cigarettes for LUCKY ,,1':
third. Oil men from all the oil producing Ziff, March 18.-Misses Rhoda and t .
.YYYYYa Ya..r-, _._-.. - -. --J states are coming to DeFuniakon 'lOcts from Alva Thomas spent Sunday near Gra i I

j| Told by Our Exchange almost-every train and waitingthe one bag of ham, guests of their friend Miss Ly- STRIKE

._ __ . .. '_ result of these wells. dia Groover. I
- -- -. -. -.-- I Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was in ,I

The Fuerstein Fish of afternoon completely destroyed the our burg Friday afternoon.The I I "ITS TOASTED" '
Company, It's highly profitable to skin a porpoise
I. Moore Haven, paid out in salaries to planing mill and the greater part of or a shark for his leather. For little son of K. Mills Is very I: SSX&CIGARETTE

1 their employes last week over $6,000. the stock dressed lumber of the Tallahassee the manufacture of sea leather from fag at this writing I
E. J. Dow ling of Hampton, was in 1
Lumber Co., of Tallahassee. Infest ,
: sharks and porpoises\ l which 1'
t has sold'$25. OO worth of our burg Friday on business. 1
Perry city The loss is estimated at from fifty to Florida waters, extensive plans have
I ,
improvement bonds and will have pav been launched by the Ocean Leather Mix Avy Starling is spending
I covered few days lit Graham with her aunt,
ed streets and more 'water and sewerage Company, Inc. This company already No cigarette has
I Mrs.'' Florence Johnson
facilities. has a large fishing station at Sanibel the sarno deliciousflavor
After a terrific battle lasting for I W. E. Thomas made a 1 business tripto
Island, and so now are establishing
Worth W. Trammell' has resigned two hours, Max Newberger and ,E. another at Key West. The latest I Brcoker Saturday, as Lucky".. t
assistant state attorney general to Gutman Mrs. W. B. Warren attended Strike. Because
as of New York, landed two plans of the company call for five fish- prayer
return to the practice of law. lIe will sharks, one weighing 400, the other ing stations and a tannery in Flor .4 GENUINEBULL'DURHAM meeting= at IVdan"Sunday. Lucky Strike Is the

practice his profession at Miami. 850 pounds, both on the same line, ida. S, I.. Prescott and son, George, toasted cigarette. ':

several] miles off the Miami coast. were business visitors to Waldo Sat r
4 ,t:
A masked roooer, at the point of a I For good measure, they later landeda TOBACCO urday.
Bryant Hinson and T. W. Schuler, I
revolver, forced the derk'of a Miami third, weighing 325 pounds. Miss Lomic Thomas attended services @) "t 1t'
white of Marianna, charged with the @) x-Xm-. ; 4& :
tourist hotel to hand over the keys to jKtsJrm tnt at Pedan Sunday afternoon.
killing of a deputy sheriff near that + ** *
the safe. He escaped with about $200 With the conclusion or negotiations Mr. Broxton, of Melrose, is in our fi.
city a week ago are held in the Duval '
in cash. burg this week repairing ..
the Payne interests that have
county jail for safe keeping, having Matter in relation to public schools : Groover is spending a while Mr. and )Mrs. Humphrey, H. C. llcl- \!.
pending some time, announce- p!;
been brought here by order of Gov. sometimes the tiu-rulous, berger and daughter, Louise, of :
Setting out strawberry plants Jan- approach a"l near Gainesville with his uncle Wade
ment was made by J. E. Merrill, I
gen- Ilardec when mob violence] threatened.
uary 10th, and gathering berries by eral! manager of the Merrill-Stevens .* stem by tevnu: -ports" .: Thomas. Brooklyn, attended church here Sun f

the quart nine weeks later, is the report Shipbuilding Corporation, of Jacksqn- The prisoners were spirited to I County Superintendent Sheppard of J. W. Lewis and Charlie Kelly madea day 1"I
Jacksonville Jby Sheriff Gregory, of Volusia Bounty has made recently. In The farmers of our section are all o.
made from the farm of M. A. ville, that the ownership the plant business tr-jp3u.Lake! Butler Mon I .
and Sheriff Lewis of
Roche near Boynton.Mrs. Gadsdeq county relating some recent experiences day. busy picking utrawbtTrries.Wenley .
has reverted to the founders. Jackson county, who secretly slipped Mr. Sheppard said ho was forcedto Misses Rhoda and 1-omle Thomas i HefHoy, of Ilaiford, was the

Scott, of Orlando, with some Three American seamen of Miami, them from the county jail in Quincy conduct an investigation' and relieve spent Wednesday in tho Pilw.lIi1la.c. guest of relatives'' and friends here' 1

of her relatives motored to St. Cloud who were ,picked up February 20 bya where they had hen, held. the iTmcipal of a three-teacher tion with friends.J. during the week-end.

Wednesday to spend her hundredthS I Dutch steamer, after having been school, bccitme of his physical inability W. Lewis and wife were attend! Willis! Swimloll has been confined to t ,
Although employes of Tampa firms to with the obstreperous boys his !bed for a. few days past but he
birthday There were seventy-five adrift for six days off the Florida. cope ing to businos sin. Waldo Saturday ,
,t guests at the dinner* composed of coast, have been landed at Coruna, who go to the1 banks and draw money He was crippled and couldn't fight. Kllory) Thomas, Purvis and I,. 0 I lx now improving rapidly

both Southern and Northern people.: Spain, and will be furnished transportation , for the payrolls of their firms are The most recent and ridiculous, however Lewis aUt.ndt'dllI'er meeting at ,. Mrs W W. Pnekham and children

back to the United States given: special police authority empowering is a cane! new pending and which Pedal) Sunday. were guests of relatives( at Waldo on

Jos'phV.. Byron, manager of the .by the American consul there. i them to carry revolvers, Chiefof will be investigated in the course of a Lundo and Willie Moines, of Louise, Sunday"

Tampa branch of a Chicago packing I I II Police Williams, in view of the fact few days. It is alleged by teachers wore In thix section, Monday I II Johnnie .Williamson, of Jennings,

company, was drowned and Wesley that there have been so many robberies of a certain school that certain grammar : I wn visitor here Sunday.
The county commissioners today
Henderson, formerly a ',police sergeant (I instructed the I i| reported in various )parts o( the school] boys go to school under TIIKKICSHATheiessn :; Hen Hall left Saturday for Orlando
county engineersto .
: ,here, narrowly escaped when a I make country, does not think that sufficient I the influence 'of "shine," drunk, In wioro he will spend some time

small boat in which the two. men were road from a Florida preliminary City,survey the farthest for a protection. He has arranged to have i other words. I From the evidence in March 1 -Rev. Williams 1'. 11. Geiger was a visitor to Hampton .

fishing capsized. I town south on the mainland, to Key a detail of seven patrolmen to )protect i(| hand it )vould appear that someone of Starke, filled his appointment nt Saturday .
the bunks on Batxirduys a further has been hulfing up some joy water the! Christian church Saturday night
Largo: which Is ultimately] plannedto Best of ae.ut"v
With one of the best growing seasons protection from .any possible with school boys. Other rumors have and Sunday. He also preached a sermon
become a part of the automobile Cheerfulnemi and content are groat
on record in,South Florida,-the highway over the keys to Key West. }'<*gg, who may be lurking in the vi- it that one' of the dissipating net tae nt Brooklyn in the afternoon.S beuutlflcr amt nre fntnoua preserver,

lower East Coast tomato deal for cinity and casting envious eyes on 't tjh# a recipe and actually manufacturesthe / I). Wondnrd] win a visitor to ft jf'iitliful 1 1>
1921 in point of acreage planted, will I Lakeland is l trying; to ,handle over I satchels
go down in history as the smallest in pupils in buildings whose capacity S. R. Swimk'l was a business visitor
years. is little over 1200. Fourteen Last Saturday a representative of Leo Mason, of Maywood, Ky, and F. to Waldo Thursday. ,,

I grades are doing only half day session the Jasper News went out over the I S. Hughes, of Lancaster, Ky., winter IE. Burrows, of Starke, was Liver Tone
Inhaling a mouthful of dry sand 'I work. Five or more city churches state road now building in Hamilton residents. of Ft. Jtlyers, capped the tor here Friday afternoon.Mr a1111'1
when he stumbled and fell, 10 months county. Columbia county to, the south and Mrs. I. .W.
climax of winter
have each offered the use of one roomas I a long aeries of un-
old Webster Murrill of Brandon, was a school room. The superintendent and Echolj and Lowndes county i in tiyual fishing adventures and feats daughter, Ella, of Brooklyn, attended\; Killing Calomel Sale r
strangled to death in his father's Georgia, to the north, and it was a whaleand 'church here Sunday.S. .
calls upon the city for more and by "finding" a having! the
arms before a physician could be se better buildings.: revelation to note the (great progress Mammal towed ashore. The two Ken- I). Woodard and son, Samuel, Don't sicken or vUlvala! yourself orparalyse .',
cured. which has been made on this road tuckians were transacting business in the coup ,
I fishing in lower Sun Carlos your sensitive! liver by Inking ,
I I Many visitors in" ,the Everglades( project from Valdosta all along the bay, sighted the whale, which had lost ty metropolis Friday. I o&linnnl which Is quicksilver. Your ,. I
} Barney E. Neece, Coast Line foreman think it is a huge joke when told that line tq Lake City. The Georgia: authorities its way and was aground in the shay Mills Rhoda Bennett left last week I dealer sell! mob liiiltlo of pleasant, .

met with a horrible death Saturday the muck soil of that section is shipped have things humming' ) on lows and sandbars about a mile off for Jacksonville, where she will have harmless an Ironclad. "l>.odoii', Liver Tone" under

night when he fell between two I' away and sold as commercial] fertilizer their end of the line. The roadbed Sanibcl Island lighthouse A deep dental work done. I that It regulates Inom" liver', stomach guarantee and ''f l I

moving flat cars at the Cleveland depot i I and yet hundreds of carloads from Valdosta to Lake Park is ready gailh.In the whale's back and side Indicated Mr. and Mrs. P. M Oelper were I bowels) latter titan vnlomel without making ;' t
and was cut to Both the hard From thereto ick-18 million bottle ...Id. ,.. 1
pieces. arms have gone out for that purpose. Various ,for surfacing. that it had been in a collision shopping in Hampton Friday after you, ,
and legs were cut off and. his body towns in the sandy sections have Jasper, the cutting of the right of with a vessel and eridently had boon noon. I --. i

was dreadfully mangled. also been using Moro Haven muck I way has been completed, and the force ;I' hit by the propeller. It was in its C. A. Youngblood was among the Cold Cause Urip and Influenza I '

I! to fertilize lawns, paiks, flower gardens of men all along the line are rapidly ]'I death throes when sighted. All the visitors (,<) the county scat Saturday. LAXATIVE. JIKOMO QUININE:libido nfnov, thee4UN. >"
There Is only "lhce'u'lulainn.!
J. C. Stewart was found dead In tho and : shaping the road grade I Mr and Mrs. Welch and children, ,. .).,..cue I
golf courses. efforts! of a poweifully-englned fishing C. W.GROVE'S .li n" on lx,*. SUu. I
woods south of Apopka by Henry t
I --- I boat were unavailing to drag the ,
Goolsby.. Mr. Stewart was cow hunt' John Clark, of CU. rwater reports Sheriff Roland Curry and deputies whale off the shallows, but finally 't f

ing on his home and left home apparently -,'that this morning he noticed three of captured more than $2.500 worth of {they called one of the deop-st flMhlng .

t well. lie was 68. years of hU beautiful plumosa palms were. Cuban booze in a raid Sunday morning boats of the Ocean Loather Company

age and a large cuttle owner of that withering, and catching hold of them I I at Key West. The liquor was II. which has a )plant on Suriibvl Inland Kill That Cold With

section. I,,I they were easily lifted out of'the I mostly French brandy and was In the I I The big boat pulled the whalo into s a a f ft
I ground. An examination showed that original canes as packed In Cuba. The deep water tinj it was towed to the 'Ll ,
Chas.. Rinear, gf Break ville, 0., a someone had dug down at the side I intoxicants were found in the home I)! plant. By careful measurement the + : t
tourist, was drowned while surf bath- I and with knife severed tho of Juan Mencndez the county rout] ''
a sharp on whale was found to be 38 feet, 8 Inches I
ing near Lake Worth. His wife, sit roots filling the hole again. Tho near the Cortez cigar factory, in the I' :
up I I long. At first it was bdiflv(' I ting'in an automobile, saw his struggles first evidence was the withering of outskirts of the city. For five nights CASCARA Eg QUININE

and heard his cries, but was unable the leaves. the sheriff and his deputies had been I i I A TOINIOOrove's
to reach him in time Another .
I continuously on the watch for a big Tasteless FOR AND
I chili Tonic
i tourist who went to his assistance, What the Miami firemen described cargo of booze, known to have left Energy and Vitality by Purifying restores and Colds, Cough OM\O La Grippe tl tlNeglected

had a narrow escape. I as a two cent fire occurred when the Havana. Only about half of the liquor Enriching the Blood. When you feel lu

department was called to a two story smuggled In was secured. While Colds are Dangerous
strengthening invigorating affect, see how
:Fire: which broke out late Thursday I frame house where the firemen found officers were chasing some, the other It brings color to the cheeks and how Take no ctumrm. K.ep this standard remedy handy for th. first *n**...

1 la small blaze that had started from cases were spirited away in automobiles it Improves the appetite, you hill then i I llriwks up cold In 24 t
ASPIRIN the of two ,pennies by a womanto distributed to dealers in the io
using and apireclate| Its true tonic vaiue. Grippe In 3 daYI-I cellnt for Ifdch

I form a connection after the electric city. Grove' Tasteless chill Tonlo Is simply Quinine in thie form docs not affect the bmd-CtUKmrm ie beet Tonlo

i fuse had burned out. Anxious to Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So .....tlv.-No Opiate In Hill's.

Name "Bayer" on GenuineTake do her ironing she used the penniesas No true bill, was the finding of the pleasant even children like It. Tlie blood ..
I a substitute} for tho fuse. grand jury investigating the charges i steeds QUININE to Purify It and IRON to ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

against Rube Allyn, for the alleged Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and
V i i! Search for the body of Capt. John killing of Harry Nigel, mayor of Sarasota I Grip germs fcy Its Strengthening, Invigorating

Q Conailiesen, master of the schooner ,I and Allyn Is again a free man. I Effect coo, .

; Yankee who was drowned Thursday Rube Allyn, formerly publisher of a I Ii ""'- -.-__ ___ .__ _ ___ r ._ =;.___... .___ __ _,
night when he fell into the bay< at i Sarasota newspaper' and one of tho BAUwiLHfcr AIM ill SIDE,

,' Carra belle, thus far has been unsuccessful best known newspaper men of South HEADACHE 'I W

although every available boat Florida, had been in jail since January Nasbvllle Tenn.-"Dr. Fierce'. Favorite. "! )l1U ( l :_
: has been engaged in the work. .Jle 9th, on which date he was arrested Prescription Is the best medIcln ._ : (Z .

', was widely known along the gulf and and charged with the killing of I bays ever

Aspirin only an told in each pack. was regarded as one of the most successful Higel, whose body was found in a for taken. I Buffered '
Ago ..f genuine Ida >tAI of Aspirin. snapper fishermen operatingout a lone time :
badly mangled condition Little
following direction on with fern |DID. Li
Then will be the
and dosage you worked out by phynioiam of that port. Sarasota Key, south of Sarasota Up- I trouble. I would 'OX'3H i

during 21 years, and proved safe by; mil Anderson on being released from custody Allyn v; becom.sonervousI
W. J. division road- that I would have
lone. Take no chances with subiititutee.If Capt. said that !it"was his intention to go at
you see the (layer Crow.on tablet., master for the WaycrossLakelanddivision once to St. Petersburg and get hack st4- to down fire until up I and would It. Small size Michelins are made'Qr-the
you can take them without fear far of the Atlantic Coast Line, Bame quality material, by the name ,
" Colds, HeadKchfl, Neuralgia l Itlinnmatlsm, to work on the Florida] Fisherman, a set quiet. I suffered -
was instantly killed at Jasper Thursday with 'careful workmen in the name modern "
Earache' Tontliwhc Liimlinpn! find for publication which he !is owner and t back- '
Paifi. Handy tin boxes of twelve! tablets when he attempted to board a editor s achespalnslnmyaid. factory that have made Michelin I !'
.. cost few rents. Pnrggiats also)" m>ll InrgBrimekiu moving freight train. Capt. Anderson and tearing Ring-shkped Tube and other Michelle i
. c*. Aspirin i the trade mark of pains. I would product faouxu.
Bayer Msnnfnrtnre of 1I10noIlG.'tlcRcld. reached for the caboose as it pass also hav periodical spoil of sickbeadacbes. II I
' ester of 8alic' >ylicacld. v ed, secured a hold, but the speed of I Gould not eat or sleep II I
the train evidently made it Impossl- and cot where I was a hy.lcalwreck. I .

ble for him to pull his weight up on DANDRUFF GOES! I decided to rive Favorite Prescrip .1 '

'J the the steps. He fell backward and his roe.tion"-a MRS.trial and JLUCB It completely McCLOUl cured 1111 i. m. f, M?

{ head struck the end of a cross tie, SUtfc Av*, N. All +*"1111. I ..

breaking his neck. HAIR STOPS FALLING aSMITH'S

I One million dollars has been offered ) )(
of Is for the block of ground; in the heart Immediately after uing "'>ndorW COFFINS & CASKETS '; ,A.
"California Syrup Figs" you can act find any dandruff falling
!of Miami accupied by the Dade county
Starke Fla.
hair, but what pleases you mot i* that And a Full Line of ,
Child's Best Laxative i courthouse, but .. there Is some .your Lair seems twice a* abundant) an t I
n I question as to the county's right to thick, glomr and just radiant with life I UnJrlakn' Supplies aL I
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and Gob -- --
sell the property, the commissioners beauty. a 3A-cnt bottle now
Beware) Say "California" nr you Instructed the county attorney to have lot o< long, heavy, beautiful halt.Habitual AUTOMOBILE HEARSE .
may not get the genuine "California Always on hand. The best *er- I
Syrup of Fiffs" which dytors reoom- draft a ]legislative act authorizing the You will make mistake
conetlpatron cured: vice at the lowest price Special Big Reduction.!) nPrices
mend for babies and children of all aff e. county to dispose of the realty. The In 14 to 31 Days attention to telegraph or If you order your fertilizer

regulates Nothing else the cleans child'the otomach little bowel and *liver and block was given the county by HenryM. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSN" Is a special.,, en. Registered Embalmer. without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty

so gently, so thoroughly. Direction* Flagler when the city was ]laid out prepared Syrap TODIc-LaU-JVS It relieves for Habitual! -_. of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers: Insecticides .
Constipation. but
on each bottle. But you must **y in 1896. prompUy DeWTIT C. JONES Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
talked Into a. I should bo taken regularly for 14 to 21
"California. Don't be
to induce regular action. It Stimulates dayS'' E. O. PAINTER
imitation which hasn't the STARKE FLA.
flg syrup Huey, :McConnell & Logan, prominent Rm'r'rnit' Very Pleasant to TallIe
delicious, fruity (sate or the perfect"lumtlve in the Burk Ben- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA '
P physiu" action. oil operators r lottle .tom I '


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