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: April 1, 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: VID04592
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Last Friday morning Starke received I Browning Automatic Found to be Perfect 1 t. \ ..,
'egro on Plantation of Georgia Man Easter morning dawned bright and RECEIVED IN DISCHARGE DUTY the sad new of the death of Weapon : ';-'a
d Tells Gruesome Murder Tale beautiful, the trees in full leaf and Mrs. David M. Gornto, which occurred : i'-!
.. the flowers blooming profusely, indeed Thorsday night at 12 o'clock, at the Wednesday morning the Telegraph ,

Atlanta, March 25.With the al- atypical anniversary day of the SAM BALLINGER, DESPERATE NEGRO OF LAWTEY. RESISTING 'family residence\ in Jacksonville. powder reporter) hud the pleasure of .n
|leged confession of Clyde Manning, a wonderful event of the resurrectionof Twelve years ago Mrs. Gornto, with accompanying! 'ecmid Lieutenant J. .'
I negro, in their hands, and with John Jesus Christ. A large number of OFFICER, KILLS HIM AND ALSO HIS OWN SON. I her husband and daughter, lived here L. Peck of Co. F., First Infantry N. ) .,.:.
j| Williams, wealthy' plantation owner Starko people attended Sunday school [ and the family has many friends who 0. I"'., to the target range, there to '(1..
of Jasper county jailed at Oovington: and preaching services at the various I I Saturday night Lawtey was shocked shooting and went to the scene. Dogs I regret to hear of tho death of this excellent tryout one of the new Browning automatic .
the authorities here and in Jasper churches, all of which had preaching: by the news that Constable Bennett were secured from the state prison lady, who passed to this great I rifles, of which the company .
county declared today that ;uoth William services except the Episcopal, whose had been seriously) wounded by farm but before their arrival the no- beyond after a long and painful ill has several. \
] end Manning will be tried, rector held service in Waldo, and the 'I Sam Rullinger, a iivgro, and that one gro was found by Deputy lialsdc ness. But it is a solace to remember The first trial was with tho chango- ",'.
cnargca with lh> slaying! j' eleven Christian whose minister was in M!- of the latter's bullets had also mortally standing with his hands pressed to his that "Death is a port whereby we lever set for single shots. The rifle, '.

lejrrue and throwing the'r l>od>ci Into ami.Rev. wounded his own son. side. Thinking the negro had hi, pass to Joy." though weighing with full magazine r ,".
,1 the Yellow River. The negroes, David Lander preached at the The farts, as near as could be gathered hands on a weapon, Deputy Baisde Before her marriage Mrs. fiomto 17 pounds, was tried from the shoulder
according to the alleged confession, Presbyterian church, his subject being were that early Saturday Deputy ordered him to raise his hands quick. was Miss Minnie Ella Knight, and and it was found that, on account t J t'
were all laborers on Williams' planta. "Jesus and the Resurrection. Sheriff E. E. Burncy was called The negro complied and it was found was born in Brooks county, Ga. She of its weight, the recoil was very 'I
tion and were killed to prevent the The church was suitably decorated by telephone to come to a house on that he was Buffeting from a bullet* was married to Mr. Gornto 32 yours slight, and that therefore tho shootingwas ( r
ossibility of 1heir squealing over with amaryllis lilies and ferns, and the edge of town, the message stat wound in the stomach. That he wa ago, and was a devoted wife, mother more accurate than with the service ', r
conditions on the plantation, whichare the choir rendered beautiful Easter ing that Chadwick Ballinger, a negro, the victim of a stray shot from the and sister. She wan an active mem rifle. A shot would be fired every ,
said to closely approach slavery. music. was drinking,and shooting near their coiiBtable'arevolver in the hands of .ot.heFirst: Methodist church of time ,thw-lrigger was pressed ,
The alleged killings have all hap At the Baptist church the special I house. The deputy got Contable Ben his father, Is not questioned as the Jacksonville, and took a great interestin The change lever was then set for ;
pened within the last sixty days and Easter service was held in the eveningat nett and Louis Marr to accompanyhim officer stated that he had not fired a the work of her cliuich. Her pus- rapid firing, and the butt of the rifle 1 j
were brutal. Four blacks, Manning 7:30, Rev. B. D. Law preaching a and they went in search of the single shot himself, Ballinger openingfire tor, Rev. J. B. Mitchell, conducted the held against the stomach. The trigger -
is declared to have confessed, were sermon in keeping with the day. The negro. Failing to find him at the on him as he was struggling; with I funeral service on Saturday afternoonat was pressed back and the shots
knocked in the head with an axe, one anthem, "071, Praise the Lord" was home where the disturbance started, the negro's son. the late residence. A large numberof were fired so rapidly that one could //1 I'
was shot, and other were chained and sung by the choir, after which Mesdames they went to the home of Chadwick's Both father and son were brought friends attended the last sail rites not be distinguished from the next, I
weighted with stones and thrown alive J. E. Futch, A. E. Wall, Mesur father, Sam Ballingrr, where he was back to Starke by Sheriff Epperson and a profusion of flowers were sentas just a constant roar. There was no Ii
into the river. Manning has been I B. D. Law and L. G. Powell renderedthe located. After making themselves and placed in jail, where an examination tokens of sympathy and rospoct. recoil felt, only a gentle backward J t+
brought to Atlanta for safe keeping. quartette, "Rock of Ages," by known and whom they were seeking, was made by physicians of the Tho pallbearers were George A. Kirk push, en the soldiers using these guns
Clyde Freeman, another negro farm Dudley Buck. "Gloria" was given by; Bennett went into the house with the I I wound sustained by Chadwick Batlin Fraser Jones, Copt. A. II Potter, Geo. just after 'partaking+ : of a heavy dinner ,
hand of Williams', has been broughtto the orchestra as an offertory, and the consent of the elder Ballinger, while ger. It was seen that he was mortal V.., Dr. L. L. Copeland' Hugh 'will not suffer any )pangs in tho ,
Atlanta to be held as a material solo, "Lord of Life_ and Glory" was Deputy Sheriff Burney and Louis ly wounded and he was carried bark ,E. Williams.Mrs. "brend basket" When the gun in M
witness. beautifully sung by Mrs J. E. Futch Marr stayed outside. I I to Lawtey where he died Sunday Gornto is survived by her husband held In this manner, no very accurate
According to Manning, his part was Vases and bowls of choice cut flowers As Bennett entered the kitchen he night and one daughter: Mrs Frank shooting can be expected, of course;
to aid Williams, acting under Wil- were used for decorations. was covered with a shotgun in the j(I' Although Constable Bennett's Louis Jones, net Ruby Gornto; one but it Is easy to see where tho shots : 'I'
liams' orders. Some of the killings Rev. J. C. Diggs preached at the hands of Chadwick Ballinger. Seeingit I wounds were considered serious, they ,sister, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, of Starke strike, and the gun can be pointed so
took place in Newton county and some Methodist church from the text, was the negro's intention to fire, thy I were not thought to be fatal, but and two brothers, B. M. Knight ,of as to make a terrible execution when '
in Jasper, according to Manning. Wil- "Thus it is written, and thus it behooved constable sprang forward and flung: 'complications probably set in which Jacksonville, and Will I' Knight,* of directed at a body of men. I I '
liams' plantation is partly in each Christ to suffer, and to rise the barrel of the gun aside as the weapon caused a turn for the worse. A wire Madison After' having fired a couple of magazines -
county. Three bodies of negroes were From the dead the third day. Luke exploded, the charge missing him. from' Jacksonville Wednesday noon full of cartridges the barrel "
The Bennett
lights went out and
recently found in the Yellow river, 24:46.: A. W. Anderson, Jr., little son { bore the announcement that he had JULIA ETTA CANOVA'S BIRTHDAY becamo hot enough to burn the hand, '
with the in the dark
chained and weighted. of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, was In grappled the'scuffle Constable negro died that morning.The PARTY but l the parts of the rifle that must be '
Bennett drop- j
Manning said that flva others were christened, and Frederica Struth join- his pistol and flashlight. Sam entirely uncalled for killing of handled are surrounded by wood, ,
ed the church. In addition to the Easter Little !Miss Julia Etta Canova celebrated which does
buried in the pasture behind his hOUR: Ballinger the father secured the Mr. Bennett, who was an officer in got hot.
"I knocked three in the head with an hymns, the choir sang two beau deputy's pistol, from the, floor and began the discharge of his duties naturally her eighth birthday last Friday The soldier armed with a BrownIng -
axe myself," Manning said, accordingto tiful anthems, namely: "Come, Ye shooting at the men on the floor.- | caused feeling to run high against afternoon, at the home of ht>rl'al"t1nts automatic )becomes almost invincible t
Faithful" and "The Royal BannersGo. Mr. and Mrs. J. F." Cunova, and It In that'the
officials. Manning said that Wil Dennett hit four times in BaMinger and mob violence was fear plain presence +
was once
liams' son, Julian, obtained the negroes ." The choir was composed of Mesdames the side of his neck, through the top I'ed. To forestall such an occurrence, on North Walnut street of a few such weapons among a company -
D. E. Knight, E. M. Johns, E. The guests were met lit the door by of will ; '
from the city prisons of Atlan of his left shoulder, through the fleshy Sheriff Epperson decided to spirit his fighters inspire I'onfl-
L. Biggs, E. Phillips Miss Hilda the charming little hostess end her '
deuce and raise their
ta and Macon. part of the left side above the hip and prisoner away to the Duval county courage. r
Struth, Messrs. C. L. Peek, Roscoe sister Miss Anna Cunova, and seated
in Jacksonville The IIherifand
jail The verdict
once in the back under the left shoul on completion of the
More Uodien round McLane and Will Struth. Mrs. F. II Deputy Balsden succeeded, through in the reception hall and living room, trial was that tho Browning Is "somq I
Long, accompanist. A special committee der.lIe which were attractively decorated + 1
Monticello, Ga., March 27.Twomore was taken to his home and Drs. clever maneuvering, Wednesday afternoon gun. C+
had beautifully decorated the with potted plants, roses and ferns,
bodies of negroes were recovered Brown, of Lawtey and Biggs, of to place their man behind the
from the Alcovy river here today, church with roses and lilies. Starke were called and dressed the bars of the Duval bastile, there to re'main the mantel and fireplace being bunk- HONOR KOI.L. OF ti. II. S. t
making a total of eleven bodies that wound lie was taken by Dr. Biggs until the spring term of the cir with vines and the glossy leafed mag
in connection with DEATH OF LUCILE STARLING nolia. Tho color scheme of yellow First raele-Etholln White Grace
have been found to St. Luke's hospital, Jacksonville cuit court of this county, which will ,
peonage investigations that have Sunday morning, where they succeed convene the first Monday In May. and white wa's carrihd out in the din. Alvarez, Ben Stcrnberg) Merrill WIN!
been conducted on the farm of John Little Lucile Starling oldest daughter ed in extracting the ball under his Ing room, I Easter lilies and crepe par Hunts, Margaret Williams, Juanita
of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Starling, per being used. The table wan ren- Williams
Williams. Thelma Seals Patsy BHn-
shoulder the other three being flesh. We have received the first copy of ,
The bodies found today were chain- died at her parents' home west of wound!! the Johnstown News, published by ercd with a largo birthday ('lIke. ornamented son, Fenellu" Snyder .
ed together and weighted down with Starke on March 24th, at 2:30: p. m.. Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bais- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ozment, Johns with right yellow tapers, Socond; Grade"-Richard Long, Hazel
sacks of stone and iron attached to Lucile was born June 6, 1913, near den, of Starke were notified of the town. It' covers the field. and around tho cake were Toaster sug- : Adkins, Merrill hutch, Julian Peek
the head and feet. Starke, and for seven years, nine tastions of fancy colored eggs, rub- Jr. l
A coroner's Jury investigating the months and eighteen days she was the bits and tiny biddies. At each end of Third Grudo-B Class-Louise
deaths of five negroes whose bodies joy and sunshine of her parents' BAPTIST j FIVE MILE the table was' placed a cut gluss vane Howe, Wilson Hayes, Thomas WIN ,'
were found buried and the three foundIn home. She was very fond of going to I of white Easter llllen. hums, Elton Gone, Coleman Williams,
the river, fixed the responsibilityin Sunday school and when at home Sunday school, 10 a. m., J. T. Quigley Five Mile, April 1.-Mrs. J. V. Edwards Games were played on tho lawn, George Inman, Eloise Ritrh. '
each case. Jn two instances, at working) : with her flowers or helpingher superintendent. and son, Shelton, of Bradford and all the little folks took part In Third Grutlo-A Claim-U.IU flea I
least, the jury found that the negroes mother with the younger childrenshe Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., by were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I'. P. the amusing contest of pinning the Andrews, Louise Hayes, Clara Louise t o ,
were forced to dig their own graves. waa almost constantly singing. pastor. Dekje) Tuesday. ail on the donkey. In this contest Peck, Leon Alvarez 4'
Inquests were held today over the She was always so sweet and unsel B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m., Junior, Intermediate Miss Norma fickle, accompanied by Charles Lucian Klckliter was the for- Fourth radu-Julia: Canova, J. T. t
three bodies found burled on the Williams fish with her brothers and sisters and i, and Senior. I her cousin, Miss Lucille Varnes, of tunate winner of the prize!, which was Watson, William Duncan. n

plantation; two found on the little friends, and so loving and obedIent Sunbeams, 4:30 p. m., Monday,-the Johnstown, spent the week-end here. a lovely box of stationery. At six Fifth Grade-B ClaHS-Ruth Stern- tt nr
Campbell plantation, also operated by to her parents that she will be 4th. I I| Charlie Cone, of Midway, was the o'clock delicious1 velvet ice cream, in berg, Merrill Struth, Charles Lucian '

Williams, and three taken from the' greatly missed. Lucile was in the Prayer meeting, 8 p. m., Wednes- guest! of Marcus Dekle Saturday. cones, wan! served the kiddies, Mrs. Kickliter, Walter McDonald, Jr. t' ,
Alcovy river. Three other bodies were first grade at school and always stood day, pastor leading. I! Math Dukes and Ardell Drawdy at Canova being assisted in nerving by Fifth Gr/lde-A Class-Elizabeth: )
were taken from the Yellow river two I with the best in her class in recitations Teachers meeting 8:30 p. m., Wednesday tended an egg pipping at Midway on Misses Anna Canova, Huldu Brinson Andrews, Gladys Russell /-
-weeks ago. and was never known to get a Sunday school lesson. (I Saturday evening. and Mary. Canova. The children departed Sixth Grudu-B Claim-F.lUe Jones, ,I ''ft'
demerit in deportment.After Choir practice, 9 p. m., Wednesday (, Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Johnson gave at 6:30: expressing themselves Elizabeth Kendrick, Carlyle Ritch, LOIS COLLEY GIVES EASTER an illness of only five days klesdamcs Futch and Wall in charge. 'i an Easter dance Saturday evening. as having enjoyed the afternoon. Jacob Green *;
EGG HUNT Luc lie's pure spirit passed over into Orchestra practice, 4:80 p. m. : Miss Mae Duke spent Sunday evening The list of guests included: Charles Sixth Grade.A Class-Eugene: / .;I '.
God's country where there will be no Thursday.For with her sister, Mrs. Drawdy, returning Lucian Klcklitt-r, Walter -McDonald, : Matthews, :Sammy' SU-rnbcrg, Florence i,
Monday afternoon, at the home of more suffering. The funeral services morning of April 3rd the Lord's I', to her school work Monday. Jr., Owen Griffin, Paul Knight, !Don Andrews, Gussl Mae Bennett, I, I
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W A. Col- were conducted by Rev. J, T. Supper, conference about ,pastor and i Marcus Deklo and Ardell Drawdy Hoover, Billy Graham, James Richarrl Mary Cunova, Hazel, Middleton, I Edna t"
ley, little Miss Lois Colley entertaineda Barnes, of the Baptist faith. The interment hand of fellowship to new members. .spent Wednesday in Lake Butler., I' Wainwright, William Duncan, Eugene M.InnlnlThtlma/ Snellgrove./ ; 1
number of her little friends by giving took place at Crosby ceme- For 8 o'clock service, special I' Mrs. B. L. Duke and Miss Matthews, Merrill McMillan,. Lester Seventh Grado-Clarence Watson ,1
a merry Easter egg hunt/ The tery, where a large number of friends devoted to the interests a of program Duke are on the sick list this lIattle'l Price Robinson, Lucille Mitchell Lu- Eighth Grado-ROHU Leviton, Hugh
sweet little hostess, assisted by her came to sympathize with the bereaved Sunday school is being arranged. The th"j j T. J. Townsend and L. S. fickle die Johns, Elise Jones, Lois Colley, I.. Brownlce) Jr. 1
mother, Mrs. W. A. Colley, and her father and mother. The grave was school has been building and Improving 'I' of Lake Butler, were here Saturday Vivian Kite, Elizabeth Andrews, A. Ninth G rail i--Blanche Alderman
aunt, Mrs. J. F. Colley, delightfully covered with a profusion of beautiful very noticeably since April 1st of J. V. Edwards, Sr., and C. ,M. An- E. Wall Jr., Ethel Sunncr, Martha Laura Wynn, Eunice Perkins, Isabel )
entertained the children with games i flowers. last Recognitions and dreu, of Bradford, were here yester- Powell, Eunice Cunovu, Mary Canova, Fernandez 1 .t
and hunting for the brightly colored Little Lucile leaves to mourn her year.the order of the exercises.promotions'tre day to try their luck fishing. Patsy Brinson, Etholin White, Clara Tenth Grade-Ethel Griffin. '
eggs. loss, her father and mother, two brothers BLANCIIARD D. LAW Dana Duke, Klrke and Julian De- Louise Peek, Allan Long, Haze) and Eleventh Grudo-Nellie Steams.
The invited guests were: Mary Ca- William and, John, and a sister Paster., kle were shopping in Dukes Monday. join Adkins, Ruth Stcmberg. Ensile Twelfth Grade-Mona Alderman
nova, Hazel Middleton, Florence An Thelma.. ;I Mr. and Mrs. T. Pinkston and son Kendrick, Glenn McMillan, Sara Levy Canova. ,

drews, Edna, Pearl and Dora Manning METHODIST !' were here Saturday.T. Hope[ and Georgia Haynns, Eloise
Edith and Ina Sloan, Ruth Sternberg, NOTICEOf II. Rimes was a business visitor Ritch, Iris Brown, Lena Shepard, Hazel EASTER EGG: IIUNTR' t J

Annie Belle Turner, Mary Lee Wynn, Sunday school, 10 a. m., L. A. Davis here Friday. Middleton, and others.
Harriet Ritch, Etholin White, Cleo interest to farmers who are in superintendent. I Monday, March 28th, friends and Last week a large number of Starke
and Lena Belle Shepard, Elizabeth need of borrowing money on long timeat Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. TURNER NOW A PHARMACIST children were made happy by their .;.
and Estelle Kendrick Alice Fernandez a low rate of interest jnay obtaina Epworth League, 7:15: m. Martha Parrish to wish her many teachers giving merry Easter egg o
p. .
Eunice Whitehead, of Lawtey; loan through the Lake Butler Na- Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: happy returns, this being her birth- _.F. L. Turner has Just completed his hunts in the beautiful woods near I }:
I Walter McDonald, Jr., Charles Lucian tional Farm Loan Association. If interested p. m. day anniversary ,Among those present course In pharmacy, taken at the town or In the park. Mrs Bessie Mc- r
Kickliter Paul Knight, Merrill McMillan Inquire of the secretary who Your !I' solicited. from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Struby School of Pharmacy, Macon, Gruder entertained her grade on Wed-
,Charles Fielrti Vilco': "'! will furnl.h i ry information. presence' J. C. DIGGS, I Allan Greene and D. J. O. Green and Ga., and has returned home. ,A telegram nesday Mft.t...Idon, in Th'ir'lry Sit,," ,
Thornton Richard Harvard, Katie O. L. MIZELL, Pastor family, of Brooker. received by Mr. Turner Thurs noon MJss, Olive Ray, Miss Mildred t'
Fugate Cecil, Whitehead of Lawtey. I' Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews, Mr. day morning from the de"n of tho Crosby and Miss Jessie Thomas each
,. CARD OFTHANKS and Mrs. Leon Chancey spent Wed- school, said: gave their grade a picnic and egg !"?
PRESBYTERIAN J. A. Morgan, city scavenger, had a nesday afternoon here "You made apothecary class, third hunt; Mrs. Dlgg and Miss Doris Law
tussle with a dog Monday that he will We desire to sincerely thank every. Richard Kerc, of Lake Butler, was highest honor out of 17fr"Mr entertained their pupils on Friday af I
We are starting in on a new church not soon forget. In one of the section one who were kind to us during the here Thursday. Turner's many friends congratulate ternoon. '. p
year. "Come thou with us and we houses north of the depot lives a sickness and death of' our dear child : Mr. Russell, of Worthington, was him on his work, which mutt Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh and Mrs. O.
will do thee good." negro who owns a very small dog. the jucile Starling.: 'Especially do we here Friday.H. have been very arduous to bring& such G. Cooper gave their Sunday school
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. deadly female of the species, always wish to thank Dr. E. T. Campbell' S. Long returned last week froma good results in such a short time. He classes an egg hunt Friday afternoon ;
Sermon at 11 a. m., subject, "After savage, but now as ferocious as a tigress :Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez for their' trip to Georgia, where he had gone will here after devoto his time and
Easter, What?" i| because she has a litter of pups. great kindness.Mr. to be present at a family reunion in energies to make his drug store (the ST. MARK'S
Christian Endeavor, 6:45: p. m. 1! On entering the yard she attackedMr. and Mrs. B. J. Starling. honor of his father's Goth birthday. former C. P. Canon store) a model -
Sermon 7:80 m. Subject, "God's Morgan and would not )let go be I He was accompanied home by his one in every particular First Sunday after Easter
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stunned her with hilt will "*""" " "" """""a The cornices at 11 and 8
Part Man's Part." I fore he had The Easter food sale Saturday af- father-in-law, Mr. Howard, who a. in. p.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even- I shovel. He will have to buy a new ternoon, given by the finance committee spend the summer hero Dr. H. M. Clarvoe, veterinary doc- m. will be appropriate for Easter.
ing. ( pair of overalls, and his right leg of the Woman's Club, realized the j(; tor employed by the government, has The Easter offering will be for
Wewantu. looks as.!if it had been the target for nice little sum of $20 for the new i Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Wednesday moved his headquarters to Gaines' painting the rttctory. "
DAVID LANDER' V. D. M. a load of No. 8 shot. club house. 1i i 1 in Jacksonville with friends. | vine All are welcome. ''r //I'(_:


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I i Walter Baxter, of Jacksonville, is :
home on a visit with hi* parent, Mr.

County News Items I and Mr. J. D, Baxter. .'I I I SCHOOL PROGRAM

Ben Crosby was in Starke Wed .

Ii nesday afternoon attending to business >>

lttcrctlnf fact Gathered During the ,Week br Our Mrs. Annie Murrhee, of Starke, ..1
'In Line With Great Advance of Othei
Regular Correspondent
spent I the week-end here with her mother -
Eoutern State to Put Higher
Mrs. S. J.,< Kelly. I i
Education on a Better
h. ti __ __ I I! L. W. Sowell was in Alachua Tues "The Footing
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''. 1-" LAKE BUTLER attended the funeral of the little son :I day. I The Exartljr, ; -

: of Col. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, I i Rev. Moody, of LaCrosse, was in I Preaches Jacksonville March.-Sball Florid
I ,I 1 town Saturday en route to Little Rock. I go forward In abig way for education
', -. Lake Butler April 1,-Will'am Friday. I NOT
I.I E. S. Gainey, of LaCrosse, was a This Involve one of the llveet laauel
' North, the little 14 months old baby, An'appropriate Easter sermon was'visitor here Sunday. appear of the coming teuton ot the legUla.
:>- of Col. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, delivered by Rev. J. D. Major Sunday i I I when It ture..
r : died March 2f th at | P. A. Crosby and son, Claude, have thor
f Friday, morning, > morning. Judged by the number of appeal lithe
( .. 6 o'clock, at their home in East Butler Mr. Guilford Roberts, of Guilford, purchased the store recently owned That U form of resolutions from all parts

1 and the remains were interred in was the guest of Mr and Mr*. Bunk by G. B. Colson ed above of the state, and from all kinds of or
L : Dckle cemetery Friday afternoon. Ikklc Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, nerve on ganization, the desired legislation hat
Ressie, and Dr. Nobles, spent Fridayat M. IVliut
The little grave was covered with Mrs.' Vida Dekle, of Jacksonville, strong backing.
i ihandll. Worthington Springs. one One of the ardent supporter of the
j brautiful flowers, arranged by loving
upent the week-end at her home. '
Rev. W C. Armstrong conducted I i Lucian Hazen, of Jacksonville, is prencli movement puts It this way:
,. the funeral services at the A pleasant day was spent at Odom 1 1: on a visit with his parents, Mr. and' a man "Florida has spoken. This *tat*
spring Saturday and at the noon houra ,Mr*. G. W. Hazen. butterfly wants to keep in line with other
cemetery. picnic dinner was spread near the II. 1'. and L. R. Gainey and families In the I Southern states in ,the great forward
Little Dick was ill only three days. spring and each one enjoyed the fee attended church at Rock Sunday. way \\' I, ; movement for higher education now
God has taken him home to dwell safe tivities. Those present were Mrs. D. II"eout j
Reddish Andreu of New River
I in the of Jesus. was Its jI "Take Mississippi with leas taxable
) arms
W Borum and children, Mary Frances here
Saturday afternoon. for I
Florida its .
wealth assessed legist
Work was begun at the ,Dekle cem and D. W. Jr., Mr*. B. D. Harrell I'. M. Barefoot and Eldon Baxter the moat ture has voted $4,600,000 to Its hlghei
etery Monday afternoon under the and children, Mrs. J. T. Davis and !
attended the Masonic lodge at Worthington est of the Institution of learning. Louisiana, and
m&nofrcment of D ... McDonald, the, son, Mrs. J. D. Scott Misses Marshall Saturday afternoon. ormation 1 Tennessee have taken similar forward

contract being let for concrete posts Proctor, Ruby Phillips, Norma Dekle. Lottie Gainey has entered the high Get a strides and other Southern atatee are
for each lot in the new addition. Lucille Varne school at Gainesville. i i in the midst of campaigns to put the

II; Hugh Register returned Sanford Mr. and Mr. George Coleman spent I I Several of the young fo1Jtr"ipentSunday laws, \\ ii i I South where other sections of the
I after the week-end visit with his parent the week-end, at Newberry, guest of afternoon at Worthington. bound to country can not put it to shame, in a*

r *, Mr. and Mrs C. II. Register her mother, Mr. Smith. Mr. and Mr*. I. W. Pinholster mo able 1 educational way."
ilir. and Mrs. Griffin and son, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. Fritz Townsend I I tored to Worthington Saturday after It was President A. A. Murphree of the Unt
of Florida that the
varsity says greatest
,< by Mr. Darby of Hampton
and baby and Mrs. Roger Collins and noon. mean the
pent Sunday with Mrs. J. C. Crews. daughter are spending several weeksat I I Virginia Weeks spent the week-end of leaders need who of Florida as teachers is trained can give leader the,
Miss Mae McKinney spent' Sunday Orange Springs. with relatives an friends in Starke. world state better public schools; who a*

I in Jacksonville M. L. McKinney i II having several Ardell Crosby spent Sunday at Into the :[ expert. can promote a more prosper
W, A. Dekle visited his brother, improvements made on hi* premise Graham.G. oceans. 1'I I 1 oua agriculture and a finer rural life;

r 6 P. 1'. Dekle, at Five Mile, Monday. Mr. and Mr*. O. V. Brook, of Prov W. Bevllle spent a few days of It was who, a* engineers, can develop the

L yi Mrs. George Johnston and son, Ro- idence, were business visitors to town last week attending to' business In led restriction the i state's natural resources; who as cultured

JL: 'l man, were visitors to Lake Butler on Saturday. Jacksonville. It was and resourceful men and woraet
71" Sunday afternoon. Miss Kathryn Harrison left Satur- Lubedia Pinholster has accepted a der which can be leaders in their: chosen profea-
I Bielling day for Tennessee where she will position in' the I ions, or business.
j. Raleigh and sisters, Mimes enter post office. the .
Dean and Director Wilmon Newell
'I Alberta and Lota>, pent the week. school. Rev. Joyner was not able to fill his '
1 of the State' Agricultural Educational
w., 1.. end with their parent at Providence. Joseph Crews, of Lulu, was a business -I appointment here Saturday and Sun- become a work says that before Florida can

Mr. Donald hal accepted work with visitor to town Tuesday. day at the Free Will' Baptist church, pie, j I go forward as it should, many agricultural
, ,;a the Lake Butler Bank, having taken Lee Mann, of Guilford, was transacting 'owing to sickness In any problems must be solved. The)
"1r''' the place of John L. Smith. business in town Tuesday. I Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were in tentment are distinctly Florida problem, and

.r Verne, returned to their home in eonville Monday, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster en could { Many things are on his program

.(: Valdosta, Monday afternoon after the her parents, Mr and Mr!*. L. A. Dun tertained a few of the young folk stifled Among them the introduction of permanent

lor week-end visit with Mrs. D. W.: Bo- can. Saturday night with an egg pipping.E. vancement i pasture grasses, of which h<
Llsha Douglass of Lulu bus T. Stewart I I believe there is no doubt about ono
was a spent the, week-end ,
t rum.Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. Scott, of Valdosta mess visitor to town Tuesday. here But, > cess; the solution of the soft pork problem
in which the Florida Station ha
were guests of Mr. and Mr*. B. Casper Duncan, of Gainesville, was Jno. Noble was in Worthington onre It I*
done the
Important work of
D. Han-ell for the week-end. the week-end guest of his parents, Friday. because It I I any
station In the the
booed. country; crossing 01|
Mrs. W. H, Bethae and children, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Duncan. DM!. Nobles and Allen spent part Are Florida cattle with sires that will lay

of Perry, spent several day with !. R. M. Price, of Jacksonville, motored I of last week at New River.J. home a better foundation for the cattle i*>
Mr*. T. J. Dekle, of East Butler. to town Saturday and wa the W. L. Pinholster was a visitor borne I dnstry; the training of veterinarian
L ,D. W. forum spent Saturday even. guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Floyd. to our town Friday afternoon. really to protect their livestock Industry ot'
*' r Ing with hls"famlly. Mr. and Mr*. W. Williams, of Jack Little Artford Brown was 'on the make it I the state from Its heavy annual losses I

I Mrs. Mollle Phillip left Sunday for sonville spent the week-end with Mr. sick list last week,' but is somewhat Are you 1 the investigation of the kind of fen
;'' her home at Elco, Ga., after several and Mrs. G. D. Faircloth. better now. l> : tlllrers to use for different crops o.

a'. months visit with her Daughter, Mrs. ,Mr and Mrs F. C. Rawls and baby, Mrs. C. F. Litchfield, of Clayno, was yon are tee'j, various soil type; the upbuilding ol
;: the poultry Industry of the
D. W. Borum. She was accompaniedto of Worthington, spent Saturday and In town shopping Monday afternoon. your Job I
through better breed and
Valdosta Sunday with relatives Harvey Warren You ore I management
by Mrs. Borum. was in town Sunday. In It. : the continued watchful can
Miss Carrie Belle Brown, of Miller, The friend of Mr. D. M, Gornto | Mr*. Ramey and eon, Elzey, of New- You are I and protection of the citrus and truck.
S spent the week-end in Lake. Butler were grieved to learn of her death'berry, spent part; of last week here self and ) i fng Industry; the enlargement of the

,' with'Mis Kate Epperson. which occurred last week in Jackson looking- after business affairs. Try It usefulness of the county agent and

H. C. Peeples. of Miller. motored vllle. U. Johns, of New River, was,In I I I specialist ..*
$ to town Saturday town Saturday. Are yon I Will It pay?

r'',\, Mos Hewitt, of Worthington, was DROOKER E. B. Andreu Sr., spent Monday ernment The alumni association of the Unlverslty
r ', looking after business in Lake Butler with E. B. Joyner, of Dukes the truth of Florida has issued a statement
i .' Saturday. Brooker, April .-Mr. and Mrs. Rand Crew wa a visitor to the well (' showing some of the way the

y'y ; Mose Feinberg.left Monday for Savannah Crews, of Lake City, were in here. county scat Saturday. fn other investment. in that institution paid.
pot right By discovering means of controlllnf
g. Ga., where he will attend the Monday afternoon. I I Grandma Baxter Is spending this puffer the nematode that cause the harmful
funeral of his mother. The town ex .Mesdamcs G. B. Colson and A. A. week with her daughter, Mrs L. R. other who root-knot of various crops, the Ez.
tends its sympathy to Mr. and Mrs., Haren spent Saturday morning in the Gainey,*. '" Changing perlment Station has saved Florid

r Tcinberg in their bereavement.; county seat. I I| A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was in tnt and I'I I I 1750.000 annually.

1 Mr. Turner, 6f New River, was a Marcus Howard, of Duke, was a town Friday attending to business Breaking The velvet bean of the South wag
business caller Saturday. visitor here Saturday. I I The following Easter program was law. 'I I developed at the Florida Experiment)

Mrs Ii. L. Sprinkle and son spent Mrs. Frank Andreu and niece Lei. rendered at the Free Will Baptist Station. Last year this crop In Florida
t ; the week-end with homefolks. la Mae Andreu, of New River, spent : church Sunday morning: preventive was valued at 3126000.
The many friends of W. C. Townsend Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Introduction It Is the The Experiment Station discovered
S. V. Andreu.L. and (( the citrus cankor before It had gained
are pleased to see him out again. I Song Crown Him with Many
derful much headway, and its
A. Brown suppresslo
A. E. Proctor spent Saturday In Crowns
spent Thursday in
crabhed by the State Plant Board and Bureau
1'' ;: Sapp looking after business. "I, Prayer M. P. Mathpny.I Cultivate of Plant Industry, which followed
Lake Butler Is tfgaln to have Mr. and Mrs. I. W: Pinholster spent Song, Resurrection.
a new j I thing good. laved a possible destruction ,of the
paper which will be operated by the Thursday afternoon in Jacksonville. I I Recitation-Wilson RUBS.Reading .. citrus industry of the state.
BegrcHt brothers. Will Andreu and lon, Guy, of New 1
The first issue will -Marjorie Dees. : The discovery and application of control
.: be published this week. : River, were in town Saturday. 'I Song, Swing, Lilies, Swing-Small Be measure whereby the whlteDy U
Mr*. J. L. Smith returned from 'a Fred Hazen spent Tuesday and children. unjust and held in check saves the state annually
Wednesday in Jacksonville I the wrong at least
I ; Visit to Orange Springs attending I Redttlon-Irla Brown. $3,300,000.
Dennis Roberts, Inman Harrison, to business., Quartette, Refuge. The'toed The cuvee of soft pork and how tl
: .. and Miss Elsie Harrison, of Worth E. L. Crosby, of Jacksonville, Is'', Reading-Blanche Humphrey. row's overcome it, now being successful

I lngton, motored to town Sunday afternoon. I upending a few day here looking after Song-Small children. off._I.The. investigated offers a promise of saving
'I' business affairs. a I Recitation-Alwyenne Hazen. I I the state $5,000.000 a year

': Mrs. John Crew II. S. Warren moved his family to Scripture The value of the county agent t
and lion, Carl, Reading-M. P. Matheny. the state In teaching
..:; Hardee Monday, where they will re- THE grower better
'1 n pent Sunday in Raiford. Closing song, All Hail the Power ofJesus' management of orchard; including
aide in the
Messr Warren C., David 1'. and I Name. how to spray and control disease and
I : George Coffin, of Johnstown, attended Albert; Shaw, of Gainesville, wa a Df'nedlction-T. B. I'lnhollltt'r.tANEItAf'Lc.. Insect, 1* worth million each yea
church Sunday night. visitc-r here Friday. I to the state.Cooperative.

." Mis Gracie Fogg spent the week- Herman Moody, of LaCrosse, was USED marketing. which the

\ ., end in Graham with her brother, Mr. In our town Saturday. or county agents assist in operating
; Chesty Fogg. Guy Pinholster and Jesse Shirley, tilt 1 meant a saving of $1,203,000 last year
Ml** Mabel Brown and later. Pearl of Jacksonville, spent the weekendTo I* j In boy*' club work there was I
clear profit on their crop, pig, etc
of Miller, motored to Lake Butler onFriday. and 1*
Cure a Cold la One Day I meaning of $57.C6T In 1920 and in addition $S.
Tike LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE CTahlMi Itt 740 in prizes were won.
'J'I H, F. Trlcster spent Sunday with .tiiiw *Cough end tte.d.ah. end work off the deny. <<: The
his family. COM. r w.cROVE.UIH.IUI.en..uhbOT.: sue. BOND whist higher educational Institution)
"spoil- represent a great plant ready for set
Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his I
appointment vice to the state. It Is not able'meet U
. r with Antlqch: church Saturday Ill i For Six Months [ jCetterJieadsSnuelopes : the demand for the service it cat

and Sunday. Kuttama. Ky.--About eighteen the I render because it lacks the necessar
: Miss Norma Dekle spent the week equipment. The for the
year ago I was bedfast off and on t parts of money equip
ted at her home at Five Mile. She for about six the meat and service will not be mjse4
f- was accompanied by her cousin. Miss months suffering TSUI Heads (or to by the State because It will treats
Lucille Varne. : from fern I lug easily more wealth than it will mart

: I Miss Maggie Dekle, of Starke, visited lain trouble I word

her mother, !\trs. T. J. Dekle, on M : '.1"I two doctored different with GiveUsYQurOrders tog voke", 1*

Sunday. V si doctor ,but forBlntlng The Pasco county *eem* to have pulled
John P. Sapp, of Sapp, spent last nothing seemedto 1 used plum for
by an amateur *pelllngchool.
.::;. do
Thursday evening with Rev. Proctor. ._ m.wa.any I "
geode I One of
I the transfer of realty
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Register returned '- ting worse all 1 : once In
Saturday morning from Tampa, the time A friend came and told : = 1 there declare property bong
r St. Petersburg and Sanftwd.Mr nm to write to the specialists at Dr. a of other sold belonged to Juhu Ruahonv
*. Gene Shatter and son, George Pierce1 Invalids' Hotel In Buffalo I I and of Pohiluoma, Province of Loh-
4 N. Y., a the doctor here
of Providence, were guests of Mrs. J. do me any good, a. I wrote and couldn't they I A man believed to be F. E. Lee, of' Chaucer uoma, county of Kurekka Finland,
E..Malnes last Tuesday. ; told tuo to tut > Dr Pferoe' }'aVvl'll. Eau Gallic, was probably fatally injured : evidently, I nd the deed wa attested by Cival
Mr*. Orlando Maines\ of Mounte- Prescription. Golden Medical Discovery when an automobile crashed Into tier! 1 I who was the krnununnlmer
'X' ocha, spent last Tuesday with Dr. aid Pleasant Pellets according a tree on the St. Augustine road from f the locality where Juhu resided

'I'' and Mr. J. E. Maine I > direction""ttll.-.l\Tn.3!! an4n ICATK a short SMITH.tlate Ias near Jaekspnville. Martindala, the other' 1 'he deed covered only ten acres I The

,' 1 Mr. and Mra. Brownfee, Mrs. J, E. Route S, Uox. 1)2. ell druggist: driver, Is being held without bond by I of register of deeds in Pasco

}..:.' .. Futch and Mrs. Limbaugh of Starke, minorities pending an .Inveltlgatlon.I I I II Is painful, yet, nevertheless

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PAGE SIX ___ !.. __

Uf. \, Bradford County, Farmers

WISH POTATO BLIGHT fruit of a large number of plants and BAD FOR WIRE TAPPERS

1 I trees. Their work on leaves and fruitis Bu a ood -wheeze-

"I understandthere ara several first shown by a silvering of the infested Triple Cities Clean Up Smooth Gentry -I .

kinds of blight that may attack Irish area. Thrips can readily be in Summary Manner

i potatoes.. How is a grower to distin- || controlled by spraying with a solution -;-- III )leave ii 4o
i !
: irui.h these and if Bordeaux will control | of one pound of tobacco black I (Daytona Gazette) you

them, what 'strength should be leaf 40 and two gallons of lime-sulphur -
1 Apparently out of a clear, moonlit
: solution to 125 gallons of water.If .
\1100. sky dropped more than 150 masked, '
'" Answer: There are three blights you happen to be spraying your armed in 27 automobiles t\ n I LOVE the ladle ON THE piano.
I . .
Florida tomatoes with Bordeaux or arsenate f j'
which common to our potato .
are about 11:30 Saturday night, parading WHICH WAS all
r most men. wrong
fields. Will try to give you description of lead at the time you need to spray !' several blocks at the south end of ( . . -

and suggestions for control for thrip, add one pound tobacco black I Daytona Beach. When they came, I OFTEN guess wrong. POOR HUMOR, she said

l leaf 40 to each 125 gallons of thl.apr..y . .
below. i who they were no one could tell, and
omitting the lime-sulphur so- ON WHAT wilt win. WAS OUT of place.
Blight shows In grayish made much of p . ,
;i. Early 1 the' no one an effort to find Mt . "
lution. Direct the Into
brown leaf spots nearly 'circular in spray A SMILE from them. IN TIME of danger.
circular rings ;i, bloom, and pray thoroughly Thrips out.The . . .
hapo and marked by large party of men journeyedto
the young tomatoes making them SO KIPLING right.
soar was
one within the other. The spots increase the Elmer Oliver house, next north .say.. . .

in size sometimes. and in cumber ill-formed. from the Oliver home, where it had IT'S BETTER to laugh. "A WOMAN Is only.

no as to cover the whole leaf tissue been rumored for some time a large . . .

but the stems remain green. The i I, CANNING WHOLE BEEF; wire tapping clan was preparing a big THAN EVER. .to worry A WOMAN. ,.but. a good cigar.

trouble be controlled by spraying killing in the fake horse
can race game. "
SO ONCE, when. IS A smoke; only.
"+ for Late Blight described below. j| From a demonstration in canning a As the body of men surrounded the . . .

Late Blight attacks all parts of the whole beef we get the following information house, they opened fire, shooting out THE DAM broke, and. HE SHOULD nave made It.
plant but shows first along the edgeof : the glass doors, many windows on all
I A FLOOD hit town. MY CIGARETTES because.
midrib of the leaves In watery three floors of the home and riddled
the I After the meat was cut up the pieces e . . .

fipots that turn brown and dry out in were boiled or roasted. The bones the woodwork and walls with bullets I THOUGHT I'd Just. YOU'RE BOUND to get.

dry weather, or black and soft in wet and meat scraps were used for mak- from .44 revolvers.A . e .
r 'weather. These spots are usually hordored ing soup,stock and beef stew. portion of the men dropped into CHEER UP. .my. wife. A SMILE. from. them.

I by a light green area. Under the cement entrance to the basementof AND SO Bald. THEY:: ALWAYS "satisfy."
I The of the beef not Including
jnoisf' conditions a white mold develJopg the second Oliver hone, pouring . . e a
the head, feet or the intestines,
on the under side of the leaves shells into the upstairs bed rooms, "IF. THE worst come
I weighed 137 1-2 pounds. After the
and the field will give off a very peculiar bones had been utilized for soup stock where the clan, the only occupant was YOU CAN float down., TAKE the silky, tender leaves of

offensive odor that can be noticed seeking refuge from the attack. When . tTurklllll'blendtbemwltb
they weighed 35 pounds, which left the best Domestic tobacco that
distance. This trouble the shooting became too hot to be THE RIVER money
some 20 20 Cents on.
I 185 pounds of meat for canning. From for . can buy-blend them in exclusive,
seed but seed healthy he made thru
may be carried on selection a running leap can't-be-copied' Chesterfield
No. of roast way-
this amount 52 2 cans
nor disinfection will not protect the screen over the open window to Jn mlr-tlghtpckmt.. THE FAMILY music-box. and you get a "smoke." Yes, and
beef of steak 28 of boiled meat
8 Also in round
r' a field from its attack. This the ground below, some 18 or 20 feet. something more-you get a cigarette
I with soup stock thick enough to jelly tl..aor50aauueale4.. accompany you. that honestly "satisfies."
3 1 Might Is almost sure to make Its appearance | In the aiding of the house, directly in a .
11 of beef hash and 10 of very concentrated -
'\' unless proper spraying I.i is 1, meat stock were canned. line with spot of refuge taken by

i r done as the disease germs are in all Alive the animal would not have the attacking party to the window

';- sections ready to develop when cool,' through which the man jumped, is
brought more than $10 in the local
Anoint weather occurs. | buried a dozen bullets\ testifying to
market. The canned meat was estimated -
Irish potatoes should be sprayed the fact that he was greeted with a''
to be worth at least $45. The
with Bordeaux mixture at intervals shower of bullets when he attempted i
,I heart, liver, feet and head paid for 0
of from ten days to three weeks, according -I' to escape. I Q o
the cost of butchering. The value of 0
A to the weather, from the time Whether the man made good his
t h
: the hide was extra profit.
J,' the plants are four to five inches high. escape, whether he was shot and' cap.

J' It is necessary to spray more often Inc tured and carried off by the masked

rainy and foggy weather than In dry, COW PAID FOR HERSELF band is not known and probably never CIGARETTES

sunshiny weather. Do not wait for will be.The .

blight to show in Oie field before be A Moore Haven lady bought a cow one' man caught In the wiretap LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.

ginning to spray use five pounds of j I Ifor $150 on the installment plan. 60 ping rendezvous was believed to have

) Bordeaux mixture paste to fifty gal-J I days later she paid the last installment been chauffeur to Ott Stanley, the

Ions of water' or the 3.3.60 home, all payments. being made from real brains of the band of crooks --- --- -.-- _. -_. - -- ---. --'-
Ii :made formula, when plants are young I the sale of milk from the said cow. working this territory, and one of the
gambling; paraphernalia and the Saturday afternoon quite" a number Five Mile Saturday.
-and regularly. Bordeaux mix- Moreover, this cow supplied milk fora the triumvirate of Sam Harris Stanley
spray car left behind in the speedy getaway, of children and -older folks enjoyedan W. R. Hodge was in Brooker Saturday -
.. ture stimulates the growth of I Huhpotatoes good-sized family. No feed bills; and Doc Roberta. The man is described -
carrying the evidence the Easter the home
to town jail egg hunt at of .
to such an extent that it I" a the cow lived on the grass that grows as short, of dark complexion,
where it now reposes.An Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood. A. H. Warren was a visitorto
good investment aside from controlling green and fresh here the year around.Is and has been seen about the house
official of the Florida East Coast S. B. Woodard was a visitor to Brooker Thursday.
diseases there any real cause for people liv- for some weeks, driving .Stanley's

Do not use Bordeaux mixture powder ing In this country to complain of car. stated late Sunday evening that he Hampton Wednesday;! i O. W. Thomas and son, were visitors

I I r hard times?-( Moore Haven Times had identified 37 men of the wiretap- Mr.\ and Mrs\ L. W. Baylor and to Dekle's mill Saturday.
After the house had
In the potato field as It in only been shot up I

t ;' about forty per cent as strong as the I for some minutes, a number of the ping clan boarding northbound trains daughter, Ella, spent Saturday after- Ben Kerce, of Clay'no, was here on

CARPF.T GRASS FOR PASTURE i on Sunday, following the publicationof noon here with friends, leaving on business Tuesday.
4i( '- liquid spray. After the first attacking party closed in and searched
the shooting affair. In addition Ithas the night train for West Tocoi
Miss Laura Carter brother
I you should use eight to ten I the house completely for others of and ,
: ,
Carpet grass is not a new grass to been stated that no less than 30 where they will make their future
pounds, of Bordeaux. mixture paste to the band without success, it being I Carlos, were in Brooker Friday on
,; | this country. It has been grown in of the gang left the three towns oni home. Their many friends wish them
fIfty gallons of water, or the (-(-1)0) or reported that all but one man had 'left I business.
the South for nearly a century at Friday on a tip that a raid on their luck in their new home.
C-5-50) ) home made formula,, as the town Friday on a tip that.somethingwas I Mrs. Teroie Roberts left Saturdayfor
least is
, and now one of the most Im- about
i ; dumps the Triple Cities was
blight cannot be controlled. by a weak I portant and most widely distributed I going to happen to the "joint"In E. Moorer was a business visitorto Brooker, where she will spend a
planned shortly.
Bordeaux spray... i I I the house was found a most Hampton Saturday morning. few days visiting.
in Florida. Its immense val
Bacterial Blight starts In the field grasses : complete lay out such as fake wire- The manager of one of the largestof Mrs. R. Burrows and son, Willie, of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Brown were business
to the livestock ,
of Florida
.;i. from infected soil or seed and cannot ue industry tappers use in their nefarious games the local hotels stated Sunday that Starke, spent Sunday here with Mr. visitors to Brooker Saturday.

I In This trouble I I and the South in general has lately Blackboards with races marked he has seen more wiretappers here and Mrs. S. B. Woodard.
r be controlled by spray (, been given increased emphasis byI up Mr. and Mrs Jim Goodge and children

J' shows by a sudden wilting and the United States department of for win, place and show, complete the past week than in all his many Chas. Triest and family, of Waldo, of Dukes, spent Saturday here

: drying up of the leaves on the part' I agriculture telegraph and wireless telegraph out. years experience in the hotel businessin were visitors here Sunday at the homeof visiting friends.
and widespread interest fajevidenced .
1' affected! Any part of the plant may';' a fits, apparently connected, but foundto the Triple Cities. It is the opinion Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham. i 1|: Evan Hodge Green
and Dave
i by inquiries attended
many concerning
, ,h'', be attacked, and it is spread to other I I lead nowhere, three telephones of some that one of the biggest dealsin I Mrs. C. J. Herrington returned the fish
it.The. fry at Dekle's pond
',' parts of the plant as well as to other I I i without outside connections, stacki of the history of Florida had been home Saturday afternoon, after several Saturday..

plants by Insects.! When once introduced most important characteristicof bogus money, checks) and halts on a planned, the stage set-and the plan days visit at PalatKa, with relatives -
this Merrill Thomas.
grass, and the one that renders went t was on the
the disease rapidly spreads all half hundred banks and !rut companies glimmering into the moonlight i
sick fat:
it peculiarly fitted to Florida last week.
j I through the plant tissues and is, of in a1parta\ of America, the night of Saturday.The Lee Burrows ,of Starke, was a vis- Messrs.
conditions Is its ability to establish Itself Ray Andrews and Hugh
all boards containing the name "Inter feature of the affair is the entire itor here
!k: course, out of reach of spray ap Sunday. 1 Butler
t on untilled lands, says J. B. Crosby were here Sunday af
plications. Killing the insects with national Turf Exchange, with offices absence of the sheriff's office to W. M. Phillips has returned to his .
Thompson of ternopn.I
specialist J
o. poison/ sprays and removing and burning crops In all principal cities in the United take a hand in the scrap. The sheriff work in Buena Vista, after a few
the university of Florida. One of Marvin! Ogden of Graham
I was a
: all diseased plants is all the grower States, Canada, Mexico and Cuba; stated that he had heard nothingof days visit here with his mother, Mrs. visitor in
the most urgent needs of the! Florida our section Sunday afterrnoon.
;r can do after the crop la attacked. cattleman is good perennial: Draped about the rooms on the first any shooting and inferred that he I John Phillips. .

Potatoes carrying this disease show a a grass floor from which hays been removedthe did not care to hear anything. Johnnie Williamson, of Jennlrfes,
that may be inexpensively established S. Warren, of Brooker, was in
1 dark colored ring a slight: distance I cutover lands where tha. of furniture, were pictures of famous Any effort! to identify members of was a visitor here Saturday after this section Sunday.

r, from the outside of the potato. From presence horses, and all, the "come-on" the party has been at naught. The noon.

this will 0 numerous roots and stumps preclude stuff which wiretappers impress their rumor is current that the R. Burrows River
ring, creamy sticky drops the plow men were of Starke, was a visi-

a exude if you squeeze the cut potato. j i I'I Carpet grass meets this need wher- victims with. A cashier' cage, rigged members of a Ku Klux Klan organization tor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. route to Brooker.

Burn all such seed. Do not plant It" up with all the appearance of a from a not far distant city. Woodard Sunday afternoon.
ever soil and moisture conditions are The farmers of this section have
ish potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant or I real brokerage and poolroom office While some* people disapprove of Mrs. Sloan, of Sampson City, spent
is their
fright not exacting as to typeof planting crops and they
tobacco on land that has shown this i ; was also found. the method taken of ridding the Tri I Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jno. Phil

\ trouble. soil but requires a fairly good sup Satisfied that they had given sufficient ple Cities of the wiretapping clan, lips appreciate the compliments that have

ply of soil moisture. It thrives on i been passed on the crops now
Another trouble' attacking Irish po- much of our flatwoods lands and on warning to the wiretappers others are of the opinion that this was :I W. A. Jones was a visitor to Hampton ing. grow-

tatoes U Fusarium Wilt, sometimes infesting the Triple Cities; that this the only method which would check Saturday
locations that do not become i
known as. blight.; ''This generally at-I In planting sow at the rate too of dry.five ''vIcinity will in the future be too warm. their spread. The sheriff's! office had I I Miss Rhoda Bennett has returned "Rats Pass Up All Other Food For

I, tacks the plants when they are about for their clain, the body of men disappeared been told time,and again the locationof home from Raiford, where she spent One
six of the Meal of Rat
or pounds seed to acre Snap"Their
a foot high or possibly a little later. ;> southward in a cloud of the dives infested by the wiretap- the past two weeks with relatives. I first
|, where the native grasses have been meal of RAT SNAP is
The leaves become dull in color and dust, as mysteriously as they had ap pers. They had taken no action, even Several of the young folks enjoyed their
burned off Kills in few minutes
closely grazed and and
i or keep a
r" curl at the edges. Soon the top fa.tlsI peared. The whole affair had taken to warning the "birds" away, from all an Easter' egg hunt at the home of I;" dries carcass.Rats
constantly pastured down. Secdings up killed with RAT
over, and the plant has the appearance I' less than 15 minutes, leaving residents reports. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan
time'from SNAP,
may be made at any April leave no odor. RAT SNAP
of early ripening., If it is pulled of Daytona Beach at sea as to ternoon. SaturdaY'af-1
i I
until abundance comes in cake form.
July, providing there Break into small
up, the roots will bo found partly dead' of moisture. the real meaning pf the shooting until TIIERESSA Guy Sullivan, of Vero, arrived herea pieces, leave where rats travel. .No

and easily broken and often bearing )I the Oliver house was inspected and few days for visit
I On where its ago a with relatives mixing with
large pastures success other food. Cats or dogswon't
the of the attack made clear. Theressa
a a white or pink mold. A brown dis object April I.-Easter services and friends.
is not fully assured, it Is well to touch it. Safest, cleanest, sorest
coloration appears! in the underground Before the shooting occurred Dep- were held Sunday at the Christian I Mrs. S. B. Woodard and daughter
restrict sccdings to small, select areas rat and mouse killer 3 sizes, S5c
portion of the branches leading to the uty Sheriff Young, who has been keptat church by Rev. Williams, of Starke. LucUe,' were visitors to Hampton
1 and If these are successful seed will 'on 65c, 125. Sold and ,
guaranteed by
b6'. tubers. Later It develops in a ring! work night and day running down Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard were ; Monday.
be produced which will be distributed D. C. Jones Starke.
near the stem end of the tuber quite I' by stock other .of the burglars at the beach, had received a shopping In Starke Saturday. I|i The farmers of our section are all -Adv.

similar to the ring so characteristic to parts range. call that, a party. of men in several A Sullivan was a visitor to Hampton ,i busy with their
crops, and good rain No Worm
| Carpet grass makes Its best (growth In a Healthy Child
of bacterial blight. Look for this ring cars had congregated at the cornerof Thursday 1, would be appreciated.
in the open and thrives beat when I I All children troubled with Worm. haw as ea-
Peninsula Drive the south W. T Wallace 1
and ,
seed and destroy was among our visitors C. A.
when cutting potatoes hteJthr
Youngblood color,
subject to close grazing and the was a visitor to which Indicate: poor blood and..a
all such surd; also potatoes bridge approach. to the county metropolis Satur Alachua county Monday. nil*. there .U men or l lei euxnech diMurbejM.

showing shriveled end Burn this : trampling of animals Young approached the cars, asking GROVE'S Jarltwo.TASTELESS CHILL TONIC live .....*
day.Ben or three week will enrich "' blood.
} discard; feeding to stock will spread 1 I the men what they were doing and Hall was a visitor to Waldo WATERMILLWatermill Improve the dUmtloii. iul iictuafMMnl StreagthnlnsToalc -
1 Pile Cured la 6 to 14 Days what they wanted. He was not keptin Friday. to the whole.,._..... Nature wtl then
Infection. Do not plant potatoes or
... I OniiUlsi*wfund money If PAZO OINTMENT felU throw off or doeel. the rorm.,.. the CbUd wW be
tomatoes on land that has shown this locuralu.htitrt.UUnd I IfedinrtorPrncrudinit. the dark long as to their object. C. A. Youngblood and Hugh Norton April 1.-Mr. and Mrs. I to_perfect: health. Pleuaot. to Uke. 7Bo est boUM

I i.iMaixiV. lulkrvq. .. Itohlnrt f'Utt., and you .ctm .' With he blinkingof an eye two Winchesters were among the visitors to D. J. O. Green
I. disease,-Farm and Live Stock Rec If -: IF n7 r OYYI.N'Nln, P .4.r r Hampton were business visitors
ord. r appeared In Young's face, Saturday. to Brooker Monday. To Stop a Couch Quick

". '!""And There Wasn't the Slightest and he was told to climb in and go H. E. Moorer was a visitor to Messrs. Dave Green, Evan Hodge takes HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a

THRIPS ON TOMATOES. Smell\ From Dead Rata" for a ride. The men had him covered Brooklyn Saturday afternoon. and Tom Markee attended the party cough medicine which stops the cough by

':: I Writes John Simpkins, farmer of before he could make any resistance. Samuel and Percy Woodard were given at the home of Levy Prescott healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.

', Thrlps do a great deal of damage Annandtile, N. J.: "Rats were costing He was blindfolded and given a ride visitors to Hampton Thursday after. I at Graham Wednesday night SAALVE for of Colds O-PEN-TRATE

on tomatoes' in this section, causing I I me hundreds yearly; tried dogs, ferrets extending over four hours. Althoughhe noon. < Mr. and Mrs J. Goodge were business Croup U enclosed Chest with Head Colds bottle and of

Treat low of bloom before one knows :j'! poison, could not get rid of them did not know where he was taken Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koon, of Waldo, visitors tP Sampson Friday. HAYES' HEALING HONEY.every The salve

\ they are present in any great num-i I Bought fl.25 pkg, of RAT SNAP ((6 he is under the impression that he were guests Saturday night and sun- Miss Ruby Green is visiting her sister should be rubbed on the chest and throat

bers. What is the best spray to use 1: cakes). Used half, not a live rat rode to the vicinity of Sanford and day at the home, of her parents, Mr. Mrs. Llnnie Parrish, of Dukes of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.

against them! 1, l1<'e. Dead ones aplenty. I like RAT back. He was dropped at the beach and Mrs. J. P. Padgett. this week. i.The the healing tImat, combined<<_ of Ha with,..the'Healing bIIuII..If Honey_!.of.' ,

Unless prompt and effective spray' SNAP because after killing rata it about 5' o'clock unharmed and none Mrs. John Phillips was a visitor to I Misses Rhoda Brown and Alva Tho- the Gnwe'IIILIo. -p ,-I.... Salt'l .. thrwi. ..h the pores f1I
stow a musk.mutt
certainly will do a dries them up-leaves no emell. 3 the wiser as to who his captors were. Hampton Saturday. . .
done thrips mas were in
ing is I shopping Brooker last of.h.r"nllr? I"****In on*_rton and the
great deal of damage In the tomato sizes, 35c, C5c, $1.25. Sold and guar. Upon his return he took charge' of Capt. Heiberger, of Brooklyn, wasa Thursday. .combined traetment.le aile, ,

field. They attack blooms, leaves and anteed by D. C. Jones.-Adv. the battle scarred home, confiscating : visitor here Saturday morning. I W. Tyler was a business visitor to HEALING-Just: ask HONEY.your druUllIt for HATES' I

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INTREPID DETECTIVE ZIFF Thursday evening a tthe auditorium. I I ascertained up to ;;today. The amt eollnrtal -- ----.-..------Bats- ./

The songs: and speeches were delight. lieutenant 1'I
during the few times
Ziff, April 1.-Services were held fully rendered. The speakers of the able he r March. 1. H bal dui -_ _____ .. ...-:: 6i'i:6i: I
was to discuss his accident attributed Caantr Head and rlrlde.
SUFFERS DEATH WITHINBOUNDARIES at Rock church Saturday and Sundayby evening were Revs. E. D. Boyer, H. H. the cause to engine tr'ubll". Frb. 1, to bal due -------.------_I2STI f>I .

j the pastor, Rev. J. H. Kelly. Black, L. W. Klckliter and Supt. II. Crowville, eleven miles from a railroad I Ry ami collvcu "'.11 ii

OF STARKE I :Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott gave asocial B. Wiggins, The program was carried and in the midst of a sparsely I March I, to ldeir.-ren.lan hal due .----.--Fand-_______1I1H.14 .

I at their home Wednesday evening out with out a hitch. settled swampy section of Franklin Feb. 1. to bal due ---.---,-____""" laufl.aft

in honor of Miss Ora Hargraves, Revival meeting\ will start in the parish (poured out its hospitality and Hy amt colirtrd -- -------. --------: pt ,5 ,

of Lake Wales.. Games were played Baptist church Monday nigh+t, April assistance in every possible manner\ II 1 Marsh 1, to t..I. du.. --.--.--1616A9 ./(

ILLICIT WHISKEY STILL DISCOVERED IN A RAILWAY WATER until a late hour. Among those. present 4th. The meetings- will run one weekor tolhe wounded flyer. The two village \". J. to sal du feenty. -----Brheel---.--______.
TANK-CRIMINALS MAKE THEIR ESCAPE BY were Mrs. Gracey Bevel, of Lake ten days. physicians rendered\ first aid treatments i Hy ami eollertrd --_____.____. ..-..-.1MltI. O

OF AEROPLANE Wales, Mrs. Ella Hargraves and children !- Rev. and sirs mack and daughterare very shortly after the lieutenant March I. to bal due ___ ---------..- ;;;;:IMI :
Ruby and Lloyd of Ft. Meade, ; visiting Mrs. Black's parents at was pulled from tho.wreckage: of I _p'b. 1. tll bal due Ceonlr--..--r...-lle----_._.__.112)1) .nn '

Rhoda, Lomle and Alva Thomas, Ly Ocala this week. his machine by a farm hand. Allho HIT amt collated _______...__-.... ... 10..00 .

" This pretty morning, the first of the i tomorrow." By the calendar was a dia and Martha Groover Altha and I Rev Hammond, D. D., L. r.. I)., of they were not prej' rod 1 to state definitely Munch 1, to lial. due ---.. .---,------ieie.o0 ,
,., month that produces April showers, |commission, in the Russian language Opal Lewis, Ethel and Ruby Dyal, the doctors expressed their belief .. Total Hub 11..101'
I Atlanta, will preach at Grace church ". tt" .______.________._Mil IT
authorizing Alexis -
a discovery was made in Staike, so j' Anreclfoolowsk I II Avy Starling, Miss Ora Hargraves, Sunday morning at 11 a. m. and givea that his spine was either broken ,iy antUeoiT,... ____________._._____ .6 .PO I'
wonderful that it almost belief and Michael l Swallowitollowitch to of Lake Wales Messrs. Thomas <
passes Ellery
I ; or severely injured. An X-ray examination March
I, ii':
'srtereopticon leisure at 8 p. m. to h.l du.----------8 and by many will be regarded as fic spread the doctrine of bolshevism Eugene and Hugh Butler Crosby Come all. will be necessary to determine i. Sub. School' n"*

tion. And sad to relate, the life of a I among the "subjects of the potentateof Tom Markee, Evan Hodge, John R R. Thedc who has been in Jacksonville accurately. It.amt 1, to...bal.".....du.... -----------------.5165.P__ .
of his duty ( America" and of spreading the
man In the discharge Thigpcn Dave Greene, Purvis Lewis,
having his eye treated, is March 1, to bal duo __ ._ ;7t.ijj
hor- vodka habit them for their ? ft
was snuffed out in a manner BO j among Menzie Groover Rufus Prescott Mur- '
I homo again and able to be at his Natchez Miss. March 28.-A slight G. w. ALDERMAN:
rible that it beggars description while moral and physical degeneration. This rhee Williams and George Prescott of Clrk Olrrult (Court
store. improvement was noted in the Condition <8<'.l) By C. A. KNIfiHT.tVputy .
two arch crimnials the like of whom j commission was signed by Leninc and Ft. Meade.

have never been known since the daysof Trotzky in their own handwritings I Rachel Boyer spent Sunday at home of Lieut. W. D. Coney, transcontinental Clrrk. y
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and
their In which well known with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. D. flier, who wag injured in a NOTICE TO
Guy Fawkes, winged way I was to Mr. Ha"vk- ,children of Midway spent the week- RELATIVES. ETC
aeroplane, safe from punishment.Mr. shaw. Boyer. fall while attempting to make a one- The next of kin to the lat. Wm. H final..
end here with her parents, Mr. and stop flight from the Atlantic to tho iWr-od.. 1.1. of Bradford County. Flnrlda. e'
Bill Hawkshaw, a noted government I The room was full of electric wires. Mrs. J. W. Lewis. and all ernditon of ..Id _tau.and all othrra .
revenue officer had discovered Some were run from the city light CROSBY LAKE Pacific coast last Friday, accordingto whom. It may eonoirn, will pliwi !.)<. no- i
Eugene Crosby of Brooker attended his tlt. that tin April 19 A. D. 1MI. I will, ooh '
that Canadian Club Whiskey was I wires, a couple from the pumping -- nhvialt-fanh early: tonight Lent. craditor' of{ _tat. or ...m. HI nrr.on .
smuggled into Jacksonville in house others to the rails the track. services at Rock Sunday. Crosby Lake, April 1.-Mrs. J. N. Liut. Coney was rational throughout aa of add catat In I ha aba -
being on I
large quantities. A fresh supply I They,, by means of a fan-shape arrangement Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May and chil- I Yates died at her home three miles the day following a night of dt- .noo of the nrxl the. said of kin catat to ai>i having>ly for ouchm'taintmcn1 bwn

dren, of Cyril, attended church at west of Starke'Sunday night, after a lirum when it was feared death might ahnvn to ".. Inilrbtml., and d.Mui..4 havlnir
After work- | invented .
seemed to arrive daily. by a convict electrician mldrd In .dl..rd County Klorlrta. to tlm
ing on the puzzle for months with his at the State Farm; absorbed Rock Saturday and Sunday. ;,i short illness. She had been in 111 come at any moment. Notwithstanding of hl. death, and all known .... of aid ra-
Herman Moody of LaCrosse health for '.t.< Mona .ltu l"l In the .aid Bradford ooun. d
was time but his the
deputies it was at last establishedthat electricity from machinery where some' none suspected improvement, physicianssay ty, Florida. *v
In our burg Saturday afternoon. the end was so near, as she the chances are greatly against GREEN,
the ]liquor was brought In over power was generated and from the Counly lI..dlo't"U
old locomotives when An Easter: egg hunt was given at went about Saturday doing her work the aviator, although he may lire several rlorlda.Judge, t 8tati of
the Seaboard tracks by an engine they passed a portion 1-111.111-4-11.
the home of Mr. and Mrs.)!. L. Pros- until Saturday night, when she was days longer: even if there Is no
that used to stand on a forgotten spur of the track where the wires were
: cott Sunday afternoon. A large crowd taken suddenly ill. Medical aid was further improvement in his condition! n'
at Sax ton, always in the nights. La- hidden. The current thus stolen was NOTIIB OF ELECTIONS
attended. secured but no relief came until death Dr. Charles Chamberlain and J. S. By. shoo ,....... vested In t.._ by the .ehml" 1 IG
ter it was found that the source of used for boiling the "buck" by electricity
the .
uu '
L"f..of. Florlla. th* Board of
Miss Ora Hargraves of Lake Wales brought end her Ullman both of whom served
the whiskey supply was south of thus doing away with smoke. an to sufferings. as majors 1'ubllc Initruotlon of Kradford County hcrabrorHfr ,
pent the first part of the week here was a true Christian woman, a member in the army medical corps during an flrrtlon to b* hold In th* following P
Baldwin, somewhere, but not farther Finding further stay in the tankI .penal' flub Rohnot Dl.tHola. on ftaturday. c
I I guest of Miss Amy Starling of the and the have been Instructed
Baptist war by April
useless Church ever ; leth. 1BZ1. for the nurnna* of olwitlnathr
oath than Starke. the present Mr. Hawk-
I I I trwtr*. and to drUrmln the
Ethel Dyal spent the weekend at willing lend a hefn ; hand in sick- the war department to spare' no expense amount of
shaw Franklin mill.* to b* *>pd.
Mr. Hawkshaw arrived in Starke hunted up the colored I iu
Graham with her grandparents. ness. The funeral was conducted at or effort In aiding in the recovery For tho "u,, .... of hnldlnath* .Id notion. t
Wednesday all alone disguised as an tender to find if he had I In ni.trlct _.
pump any No. 1. Th. .. the fnllowln
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Johnson and the home Monday by Rev. Crosby of the Injured flier
mananr. bar 'boon annolntdl M. Hall H.
old umbrella mender. Under such a part in the business. But the man .
children of Graham spent Sunday and the body laid to rest at Blue Pond B.!: Hoover, O. W. ninaan.
The lieutenant's mother aunt and
disguise he could call anywhere and proved to have no knowledge whatever For the pnrnoM of holding. th* aald vlxttton
examine place. But he foundno of the matter. It would seem that with her brother, Levy Prescott cemetery, Clay county. She leaves Brother, have been constant attendants In District No. 2, Hampton the followingmananvn f
every A fish given at the river four and three hav 'born appnlnUid I J. W, Walter
fry was
a tusband, sons daughters at his bedside since their arrival ,.
indication of a whiskey supply. when only one-half of the tank was on. I R !Intl. J. R. Ilndiaa. -
Wednesday.Mr. to mourn her death. For the iiunxiaa of holding th* sale lMtlon v
What liquor he managed to buy from pumped full of water, instead of the Sunday (In Dlatrlct" N... S, Brook, th.. followingnianann ',
and Mrs. W. H. Shaw of Gaines The Yates wish to
express t,.. bran
the home entire tank the tender know appointed i T. I> Cbaaxy. -
bootleggers was only should
poor ville spent the week-end with her par- their thanks to those who were so ,.. J. T. And......., O. jaknaon.For .
made stuff, not the highbred Canadian that something was wrong, as it tb* t>iin>nu> of holding the paid alxitlon e
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J .B. Thomas. kind to them and for the beautiful In Dlntriet
No. 14. Tina Orav. the followingtnanatrn
Club. lIe about give the thingup would require half of the time
to only
was Mrs. Stella Jordan and children and floral oftY-r'ngs. SOUR STOMACH hav. 'born aiipolntnl > J. W, WII. '
for a bad job, when, yesterday af for the work. But the keen criminalshad kln.on beau Harrl, B n. Orlllla.'
sisters Gracey and Ollie Padgett, of This: community was again saddened For th* IIUHHI of hnldlnir the sold fltwtlon
while he was sitting in the forestalled this in an ingenious . .
ternoon In District No. IS, Rlainii. the followlnn man.K
Plant City, are home on a visa with Thursday, when the news came of .. +
Few bn
T appointed I.ary Underhill 44y
shade of the railway water tank a manner. The tank is supplied from
their old J. M. flrownlv R. 11.1.1.....
: parents. the death of the little seven year JNDIGESTION .
little whirlwind sprang up. It increased nix artesian wells, arranged in tan- For the iiuriMi of holding th. laid rlMtlon'
Merrill Williams, of Ft. Meade, Ora daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Starling In
Dhlrlet No. 17, llo.tdr.ln. the followingnianaiton '
in strength and gathered upspapers I C dem fashion. The Intake pipes of
Hargraves and Avy Starling were in Lucile. She was a bright: lovable hava lawn appointed I m. Moor. p
and dust. Suddenly two pieces three of the wells had been pluggedup 1:. M. C.lrm.n. M. M. ariffla.Fur . 4,
Graham Wednesday. little girl: and the oldest childIn tledforfr BlackDr.otutRtcomBCfided lIilab thy iniriHwi. of holding the said aluctlon.
(If paper, bearing the legend, "Ca- so it naturally required twice the D. D. Thomas returned home Sat- The funeral In Ptatrlct No. ID, Braitford, th* following e
the family. was con
radian Club Whiskey," fell into his time to fill the tank from three wellsas fcjr Teuesie m.n..... he.* brrn appotntdt, i. V. Bd
urday after spending a month in ducted Friday afternoon by Rev. J. T. anla. ., Wm. Ilarr.ll. T. n. Edwarda.
lap. Seeing the air full of similar it would do when the entire battery Grocer for Troubles Re For the IIUHKIM of hohllng. the paid t>l..tlon 3f
Georgia with relatives. Barnes and the little body laid to In .
used. PLtrlet No. It. Hull ford, the followingnmnaitrni .
Hawk of six
about Mr.
labels whirling were Mrs. Lizzie Howard of Gainesville, rest in Crosby cemetery The many from hav hn ap|> .lnted t R. L. Moons
ahaw quickly sprang out on the trackto Mr. Hawkshaw spent the rest of the salting C. C. MoCall. W. R. Alderman ,
spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. friends of Mr. and Mrs. Starling deep For the piirnn** of holding the aald alaatlnn q
see where they came from. He day finding out something about the R:D. Thomas them in their be- Liver. In Dl.trlet No. R, 7.IIT. the following man.goraav

saw that the rotating wind sucked engine that was used in the whiskey '. sympathizes'with* .*......,Man C.. appointed. J. W. Lo...., R. P. '

them from an opening in the roof of traffic. It was an old engine, which LAWTEV K.tlr.'i, 'i

the water tank, whence they issued when not used, was hidden from sight Mrs T. N. Norman of Jacksonville East Nashville, Tenn. The efflo nalrman! ('ounty.,.Board Florida.Allnll T'lilillc. In.t.ul'1'.dI"... i '
is ill at the home of her pnr-
like bees swarming from a hive. on a forgotten spurtrack at Saxton. Lawtey, April 1.-W. E. Torode 'Juicy of Thedford's Black-Uraught, the p
ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRan. Her II. C. WIGGiNS,
Mr. Hawkshaw was not astonished Thursday night the energetic detective ,was transacting business in Jackson- fT'euds wish her an early recovery, genuine, herb, liver medicine tl _r.1...,.. l.lft.l-4-tB"

for men of his stamp are never taken secreted himself among the ville Wednesday. Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a i'

aback. While the came from wood piles at the pump house. Soon grocer of this city. "It Is without ORDER FOR PURI.ICATIOKt I"
papers Allie Poole, of Waycross visited 1
UIKDMAN INJURED In Hl.t of Florida, Flvhth f ; +
the water tank, they were perfectly after the southbound midnight express relatives near Lawtey last week. doubt the best liver medicine, and 1 Judicial:ll'f.u7: :; ra County, In Chanery. \ i,
dry so he reasoned that not all of the had passed, the old engine and Rev. Henry Ezell, of Bryccville Transcontinental Flyer Now In Hospital : 4mtt believe I could cat along without I. N. ('.bl..

tank was full -of water, but that there tender came creeping in from the filled his regular appointment at the at Natchez It. I take It for sour stomach, beaoV Complainant.. I ti.V. .

must be a dry space inside. Like north and came to a stop at the tank. Lawtey M. E. church, South, Sunday.J. .1 ache, pad liver Indigestion, and all J, P. Thntniwon.Drfrndant.

wise that nobody could be there at There were no ligbts. Immediately a C. Cone, of Brooker, was a busi- .Upcoming worried when no further i other troubles that are the result oi It apH>arlng by affidavit appended toh.* t

the time, or the labels would not have hose was lowered from the tank, and ness visitor to Lawtey Saturday. word than that wired from Tallahassee -, a torpid liver. Hill flied in the .1....* Mated .cause. that J. II.ThomiMon ; i +

been allowed to blow away. it was connected with, a vessel on the John Roberts, of Jacksonville, is at 3:40: yesterday morning, stating "1 have known and used It for years, *<,nt the of defendant the. state thrln of Florida roomed, .nd I.h.anonrMld

There was no one in the engine tender, filled with "buck" and the spending a few days here at the homeof that the DcIIaviland had just and can and do highly recommend II of I. a Culumlila_Id.nt of of the Wanhlnvbin United States In the of Am.rlca Illatrlot I ., )

house of the tank at the time, and contents were pumped up into the receptacle his father. hummed over 'the Florida capitol Lt. to every one. I won't go to bed wltlv i.nd I. over th* ago of twvntyon y ar l ItI.
climbed to in the tank room. Then this out It la the house. It will do all II -' ordered 1 that aald non-r the intrepid detective up Lane M Lrod and ulster, Ming Lenaof II. J, Harttnan, of Carlstrom Field, defendant be and la hereby required. to appear
the roof of the tank and looked thru hose was drawn up and another let Steckert, visited relatives here on in charge of flight preparations was : claims to do. I can't say enough foi to th. bill of complaint Clod In paid ...... on 1

the trap opening. As he had surmised down, which conveyed the finished Sunday. about to /go out in search of th. baton 1UZ1 othrrwlH Monday, the the alliwatlona 11th day of of April paid, bill A. ,

there was nobody at home, so he whiskey to the tank on the tender. Geo. F. Young/ was a business visi- aviator. In his own plane he Intended Many other men and women through will bo. token a. ..onf. .Nn.d by said. 1 1It
la further onli-rrd that thli order
went down into the room below to Inv After a bundle of he'labels mentioned tor to Okeechobee last week. to quarter the ground between pat the country have found Black: ptihll.hnd finr a wiwk for four ronnMcitlv: : i.. "

vestigate. lie found that this room had been taken aboard the'engine Sheriff Epperson was a visitor to here and the Mississippi river to see Draught Just a. Mr Parsons describe wcoka nw>panpr In thv pulill.h I Itr.dford In laid County county Telegraph and atata.Till. a. i ;,

took up nearly half of the tank. The left as silently as it had come, heading Lawtey Thursday If harm had befallen his comrade and ralnable In regulating the liver U ''', March U, 1U21. 1

partition was of sheet iron piling, toward Jacksonville.When Rev H. II. Black was a business charge. Its normal function., and In cleansingthe (Aral) O. W.Clerk ALDERMAN Circuit Court I l 1Deputy # t.

tight enough to shut out the water on it was light enough this visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. But Associated Press dispatches bowels of Impurities By C. A. KNIGHT r..

the other side. At one end was a morning, Mr. Hawkshaw entered the L. 11. Hill, Miss Louise Blanchard cleared the situation and brought: con Thedtord'si Black-Draught liver medl n. B KKIOHT.Bullcllor, Clvrk. !! :

whiskey till, the worm of which tank room through a trap door in and Miss Lillian Mackery were sternation when the wire carried the atM II the original and only fenulna for Complainant S-11-H-4-I t 't .t,

passed through the partition and wag the bottom, which he had discovered.But visitors to Starke Thursday.! sad news that injuries, perhaps fatal Accept no Imitations or sobstltuUa ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I j '; FIn

cooled by the water on the other side. as soon as the inmates saw him Roscoe Sapp and family, of Miami, had been sustained by the transcontinental Always ask for Tbedford'a. Eo. Circuit Court Sub 1 of Florida. Klghth N "
Judicial Circuit, Bradford County, In Chaneery '
A tap in the partition supplied all coming-and an ingenious periscopehad spent a few days last week in and flyer in a 75-foot fall from I IL)j ..

the water needed. The other end was apprised them of It-they quickly I' near Lawtey visiitng relatives and his plane which struck a tall tree The Quinine That Dot Nol Affect The list J J. E. Nlakl ;

occupied by a huge tank full of made their exit through the trap door Friends. "somewhere in Franklin parish." KwaniHi of lie tonic und f laxative! rftWt 1.AXV Complainant.v I it'f '9/: ::-
for in the roof at the same time pulling riVE 1IRUMO QUININE 1.Wl.) can In lu_en C. J. John.on ;
"buck. The center held room a Louis 11. Hill attended the state It was evident to those who tracked without' rnuiunfl nervou.neen rluillnf Ifnilant. .

printing press, for printing the labels a lever, causing the partition to col I head camp W. O. W. at Tampa last Lieut. Coney last night after he passed I:the, 'jd: t.W.OKOVhSilmntuiooil l*> Ppu it appearing" by affidavit appended to tha 'i. "

mentioned. There was a glass lens, lapse. The pressure of the water shot week. He reports a good time and a over Jacksonville that his enginewas :I Johnion bill filed, In the the defendant above elated therein. aaux named that C.I. J.enon'rMildent > i if"\\,

18 inches across, used for burning the the heavy partition against the unlucky very profitable session. not delivering the goods. Cl.ERK'H REPORT of the plate. of Florida, and thai
Hlarke, Ha.. March IKiitKcliort
hi. reeldonce la l>7 rear Street, Valdoeta.ta !
fusil! oil out of the new whiskey, and detective, crushing him against Elder H. V. Skipper, of Live Oak According to report received from of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtn < ., and ,I. over the age of twenty-one year. I l I .j

there was! a gallon Jug full of sulphuric the sides of the tank, and drowninghim. filled his regular monthly appoint the S. A. L. railway train dispatcher, count mid of for tax llredford* ......*d County for the Florid rear ltfEO.,! on -me- It. I. therefore lie and ordered.I.. hereby that required said nonrealdtinftdefendant to appear. 'j'I ,,4 I _

'acid, used for "aging" the liquor, The hammer of his pistol was ment at the Lawtey Advent church the aviator passed over West Jack E. W. HAYES to the bill nf complaint filed' In paid cau.e on 4

also a barrel of bone charcoal through struck by a projection causing it to Thursday and Friday evenings. sonville at 1CG: a. m. The dispatcherat To Bradford Count Tux Collector: or I). before IVZl. otherwlu Monday., the the allegation

which it was finally filtered and puri explode in his pocket, the bullet pass James Rafuse and family, of near Madison reported that Coney went ('ounte ProperFeb. will be taken u confeeaed by paid defend :
1, to bal due __.___ .___..____. __IMI6SM ,
fied. The floor was thickly strewn ing through his heart. He came in Starke, spent Sunday with relatives over the city at 8:10.: The next report By unit eoll..U>d __-__ _ - liflll.CU ant.It l I. further ordered that thla order be pub. .

with salt, probably to absorb the contact with the wires, which gave here. came from Tallahassee, which he March 1. to hat duo ...._..__ ___ .111/>>8..0(i In luihed the on.Bradford a week County for four' Telegraph.eoneeeuliv _loa ,

dampness. On the wall was a calen- him a shock of 33,000 volt The salt S. W. Leach, of Jacksonville, was a passed at 8:40: a. m. As Tallahasseeis Pin eae! Forfeltero paiier piihlLhed I : In paid county and i a'f: f
acid and ...b. I. to bal due _-_,___.___KIODIS TAM Und day. of Marsh. A. D. lV1t. .' I ,
dar, on which March 31st was marked on the floor the sulphuric visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. approximately 182 miles from his Q. W. AI.DRKMAN.

with a red circle, Inside of which was the water becoming mixed deadly and Mrs. F. F. Dorman, of starting point at Pablo Beach, it was (Real) Clerk Circuit Court. '

written, '"Don't let anybody fool you chlorine gas was developed and helped Jacksonville were the guests Sundayof I Keen that Coney was averaging about UNSHAKEN TESTIMONYTime By C. A. KNIGHT Deputy Clerk. J

to snuff out the life of one of the Mrand Mrs. J. W. Barber. 91 miles an hour JOE RILL WILLiAMS
IH the tent of truth. Andloan'lI Hollclt.r for Complainant. a.41"1NOTILE
bravest government servants that ever Miss Rebecca Whitehead visited : his
It was anticipated! that engine l Kidney I'liU have stood the ---
ASPIRINName lived. His death cries, which lasted relatives Lake Butler last week. : his the air OV FINAL DIKCHAIUiB '.
would drive through
plane text III Htarko No Btarke reddest Two month' after date hereof I will .._t
for several minutes, were said by Joseph Marr, of Highland, was a at the rate of at least 100 miles an who suffers lm<4
King Albert, who passed by at the visitor to Lawtey Saturday. hour and perhaps better, according urinary ills CUll remain uiiconvlnuud able County R., A.and Green a.k ,to County be discharged Judge. of aa Bradford executor K

"Bayer" on Genuine time to be heart rendering. Miss Ethel Drawdy of Jacksonville to wind encountered. loy/ this I I twle:,'.t.ld testimony.'llansford deceneod.Dated; of the. atata of Mr. Swan Reed Seams! ..
What became of the miscreants who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Austin, night marshal thla 22nd flay of February, A. D. I

were the cause of this unheard-of Barber Sunday. Manroe, La., March 25.-Badly injured Btnrke gave tins fallowing account mi. .
n. J. STEWART, '
? They had an aeroplane secreted of Ralford his af of MH experience, : 'with OOHII'H Kidney .
tragedy Dock Norman was a when he fell with plane Eneeutor or the Relate of fluean Reed flan
a under the wagon; scale of the old the Mesa La' Pills April 12, 1D14 : "1t..WI. ten 1.11.10'-4-211 '
visitor to Lawtey Friday. ter striking a tree on I -',
been HoinutiOKt Klnoe JIl'd: ))flun'. .
i o A 7 canning factory office and put in on Mr. and Mrs. J. B* Dye and little nier farm near Crowville, In the .
'ills] I'know
; Qw Kidney but thin remedy
the Irack.' Its grooved wheels followed son, of Jacksonville, were visiting rel- swampy section of Franklin parish, 1 BALM ..
helped when
and me greatly wax Hereby. notice HI men that I. W. J. EI.| ....>
the rails headed southward atives in Lawtey Sunday. northeast Louisiana, Lieut. W. D. having. trouble with my hack In a ann .herlrT of Bradford County.. Florida under

when near Call street the machine as- The union Sunday school Easter Coney transcontinental flyer, late to reasonable length of time I 1. was and by virtue of that certain writ e.r ..and**.
eCho lMUd out of and under the hand
cended!, almost knocking down Major egg hunt Saturday afternoon at the day was rnroute to Natchor, where he cured intlrMy. Others In my family peel of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of

Hans Austin, who was crossing the Baptist church was attended by about will be given the necessary medical have also been cured by l Onsn'a. I Taylor Bradford.plaintiff County' ,and Florida agalnflt In favor C. O.of Holland.W. C.: I.for I I.-

track at the time. The inmates waveda 60 children and a general good time attention to ascertain the extent of rornnicn'l< : this remedy h'g"ly"On defendant. 1 have levied upon and will offer'
southward April 27 1818 Mr. Austin pale and' will call to the hlgheat''' and beat
.!Beware I Unless you see the name red flag at him, and sped was enjoyed by all his hurt. bidder for ea>h In front of the rourthoueedoor t
Bayer" on package or on tablet. you fo' parts unknown Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his regular Lieut. Coney, who was attempting a sold: "I Ktill! have the name opinion In Btarke. Bradford County, Florida. on
are Monday., the 4th da of April A. D. '921.I .
not getting genuine Aej>iriu prescribed of Tioun'H Kidney JMIU as I did *
appointment the Inglls Baptist return flight from Jacksonville to I followingdveeMb.d
at / during the legal hour of pale, the
by for twenty-one Child In 1914. thnv cff, '
phynioiatm No Worms la a Healthy land The euro ctrid In I real ..t.c.. towltlWent
years and safe millions Take church Sunday. San Diego; Cal., attempted to
proved by troubled with Worm have an. unhealthy my case proved permanent" Half of Northwest Quarter of North-
Aspirin only u told in the Bayer package All children color which Indicate poor blood and ass Lawrence Griffin, of Jacksonville, near Crowville, when engine trouble Price HOc. at all d"lller.on'l/ went Quarter of Section 19. In Town.hlp i

for Gold, Headache, Neuralgia, KLeucruv.tiam rule, then U more or I sae stomach daturbam.GROVES wan a visitor to Lawtey Thursday.Joe developed and in sO doing; crashed Into simply oak for a kidney remedy-gut( South Northwest Kange. Quarter S2 East and Northwest southwest Quarter Quarter of ofSouthw.

Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC / regularly Marr Jr. of Starke visitor fell about 75 feet. ..t Quarter of Section *, In Town.hl
Jor PaJn. Handy tot boxes of twelve Boyer for twoor three wee.e will tu-teh the blood. was a a tall tree. He Uuan'ii Kidney Plllrthe some that 7 8o.Uh." Range 2. );-* J.Ip
201"4* of A. iris cost few cents. Drtifrf"4" improve the dujcMka.and act u a general. Straoathenlns to Lawtey Sunday.The Whether the indirect cause of the fall Mr. Austin had. Povter-Mllbum <.::0., w. J. r.m1aml! :

: alao sell larger packam Aspirin Tonic to the whole.r lem. Nature will then closing! exercises of the Law was caused by the new propeller installed MTrs., HiiffoJo! N. Y. Sheriff of Bradford County, Flcrlita. 1!<
and the Child will beIn
dtapel t he wwnw. 8-4-tt-4-l. ,
the IhrowofTor
trade mark of Beiyor Munufaoturelef perfect health. Pleaaaot to ieke. 500 out lottJa. tey Junior high school were held last for the return trip was not ---
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much moisture, the lands of Bradford : BRADFORD trading in Worthington Friday.;- egg hunt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J JII.
: f Hradford' ] County Telegraph county are all, with few exceptions, FARMERBROWN Earle Peeples returned to Atlantato I S. Miller Saturday. ;

--.. -. .-- -.- ---- suitable, and some of the coarser I Bradford, April 1.-Mr. and Mrs re-enter Georgia Tech, and his Mrs Roland Thomas was on the- i
Published- --- -weekly and entered as grasses can be planted on land too low I I Hello Brown. Back again Did W. C. Raborn and little daughter, of many friends wish him success. sick list last week, but i* better at '.

second class matter, at.the post for general farming. your friend, Smythe, find what he St. Petersburg, are visiting relatives C. Ii. Harrison, of Worthington, | this writing.
office at Starke Florida.l Almost any grasses seem to bo bet wanted at DeWitt G. Jones Hardwarestore. here.C. was a'business visitor here Wednesday I Olson Thomas was. in Worthington" i ij'
'i .: .' ter'than those found in the woods M: Andreu. was a visitor to Dukes I j jSaturday j' on business. .1
This Is by the preference of Friday j I Brown went fishing Saturday
4 E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor: and OwnerIn proven Bet your life he did, all but one lit There was an Easier egg hunt given <' j
cattle for the commons around our Mrs. J. B. Shaw and daughter, El- j caught three, two got away and he
tle piece, but DeWitt phoned to Jacksonville at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. S. I' J
of Brooker
towns and villages where the wild ma, attended church here lost one.
and they will send it by Miller
parcel Saturday afternoon and was
South Florida young orange grasses have given way to other post first's Sunday.. well I! N. H. Stokes was a business visitor j
sometimes dug' in the j Seeber Edward and Malcolm liar attended. 1
tree. are up which have taken their place. This is I to. Lake Butler Saturday.
prove and carried away by thieve especially' evident in the fall and winter strawberries going now? rell attended church at Brooker Sun Miss Carrie Belle Brown spent the ,I Denzil Thomas is ''on the sick list
We presume the progressive papers when the wild growth has become Same as this. morning, but I have: day night. weekend with friends in Lake Butler I this week.
1 of that section refer to such occurren so dry as to be indigestible and without not Bold yet. Mr. and Mrs. W.. C. Raborn and Mr. and Mrs W. B. Feagle, of High
ce. 'as "citrus property changing nourishment. i Let's wait a spell. We've plenty of Mr. and Mrs.\ W. M. Harrell visited Springs, spent the week-end with the
hands." This section of Florida is destinedto time. Just so I get home time Samantha relatives at Ft. White Sunday. Matters parents, Mr.. and Mrs II. C. USED IN ONE\FAMILY .,
become noted for dairying and beef. gets supper ready. She likes C. M. Andreu and family attended. Peeples.
What hag become of the Red Cross Farming, without also producing milk me to be on time for my meals. Always church at Brooker Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Parrlsh was shopping In FOR YEARS
appeals for the tin foil that I. 'wrap- butter and beef, is .a unsatisfactory has them on time. Rand Crews was a business visitorto Worthington last week. BoH polnt, W. Ta--"It affords me
tobacco? Bron- the county seat Saturday. Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, I' groat: pleasure to lave the privilege to i
pad around smoking as it would be for a druggist to get How's that land man making it make public this
1 son Time., It was made as much use along on a prescription trade alone, now? _About played out Mrs. Annie Brooker and Mrs. Ida was a professional visitor here Friday statement in behalf
of as the scrap paper gathered on appeals without also selling rubber goods, patent Not by a doggone eight Why do. Weeks spent' the latter part of last I of Dr. fierce "
? from the same source. The paper ( medicines, candy and cigars. Animal you know, fellows up north are writing i week with' their sister, Mrs. James Morris Langford, of High Springs, medicines I cannot ,;
was left to rot where left by the products take very little from Mr. Inman and sending money, Crews. was visiting relatives in this community 'k W too recommend highly to them the ,1
gatherers, and the tin foil the kids the land, and the manure saved will asking him to buy them J& farm on his Miss Lucille Harrell spent last week Saturday and Sunday. / public. We have
saved up was used as projectiles for tlery much diminish the fertilizer bill\) own judgment, and they will come with cousin, Hattie Weeks, of La- MJBS Johnnie Rimes visited her sis /r-: used them in our
filing shots. down this fall. But he writes them Crosse. ter, Mrs. C. F. Rivera, of Lake But family for :years
SCRAP 'EM '<" docs not like to do that way. They G. C. Barry, of Lakeland, is spend ler last week. e and have reaped
Since our farmers' spring! work e'l had better come and Dick'out a place ing a few days with relatives. Miss Blanche Roberts, of Lake Butler A good results We
Yet me An object of ugliness that Mrs. N. G. Hayes spent last weeks attended the egg hunt Saturday have always found
gan -we have had no rain. was un- themselves, and he will do all he canto "d" the'Goldon Medical
young plants in the fields grow and known before, has been forced on the help them. That's business, with relatives In Gainesville. afternoon. Discovery' superior
The weather discourages world the is Mrs. T: L. Willis was shopping in Mrs. Martin, of High Springs, is
look healthy. dry during last ten years. It good to me. Then there will be no to any other tonic as it is a wonderful
weeds, and the roots of the the seedy automobile. From an aesthetic kicking later on, if they should become Worthington Thursday visiting her sister, Mrs. D. L. Clyatt. system builder. I can cheerfully recommend
plants push down through the shallow point of view the automobile, dissatisfied. Mrs. W. M. Harrell and daughter, Murray Thomas was a business visitor it to all like sufferers."c-E; J.
soil to perpetual moisture. We even when new, will not pass muster. I'll holler for any good thing that Geneva, were shopping in Worthington to Lake Butler Saturday CARPER.
have endured much longer drouths, It is duck-legged and bloated, very will help Bradford county, or anyone Saturday. Walter Bennett and Miss Jewell Send 10 cents to Dr. Plorco's Invalids
but careful tillage have enabled the much like an overfed dachshund; yet in it. Mrs. J. V. Edwards and little son, Russell, of Bland, attended the Easter hotel In Buffalo,N.Y.,for trial package.

crops to pull through and give good its lustre and luxurious upholsteringgive Yes, but you don't know anything Shelton, visited at' Five Mile Tues i I - --- '. I
yields. it an air of opulence and respec about this man. They say he's charg- day.T.. I I \
tability. But when the varnish becomes ing a commission on every farm he L. Willis was a business visitorto
Now doth the embryo Florida dulled, the top torn and be sells. That's not fair. Brooker Monday. i j
statesman improve each shining hour, draggled and the cushions lumpy and .As long as you get your price and C. M. Andreu and J. V; Edwards I j 1 r Lumber Prices Reach Low LevelYou
putting the finishing touches to the frayed-then it is as ugly as sin. .It don't have to pay the commission, were in the Five Mile section Tues
;r bills he is going to have enacted into is no wonder that the new race of whose business; is it? How long do day.
laws. And lo, when lie gets to Tallahassee criminals styled automobile bandits )you think he would work to sell our -.. -- can'nowibuy:;; direct from our mills and! savel< $10
he will be swallowed up by the has developed. No one could make a I lands if there was no money in it? Copper In Ancient Day
crowd of other bill authors, propagandists habit of riding in such a disreputable How long would DeWitt C. Jones or Copper, among the ancient Hebrews, toi I$ I 15 per thousand on. your complete house:bills.
was tmed in making helmets
and lobbyists, like a green vehicle as a run-down automobilefor any other man in Starke stay in business spearsand .
caterpillar that drops from a he-huck long without losing his self-re if there was no money in it? other"bow Implements of steel of," war.found The in Job.expression Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber re-

leberry bush into a swiftly running spect. You're always kicking for fear should be rendered "bow of copper" quired and let us quote prices delivered and save you
etream. And when he leaves for home But the automobiles, all except !iomeone will make some money that Copper could not have been applied to ,
again, many of his cherished bills those of one make, soon succumb to you don't get some of it. Why don't these uses without the artisans poi from $1 50.00 to $500.00 on your building.
will only be harassing memories. neglect and go to the scrap heap. The you get busy and make some money settling some forgotten secret for rendering '
exception is the Ford car, which from and more improvements yourself? the metal harder and more elastic ALC LONG LEAF YELLOWf PINE
First student of journalism-We are its simple construction, lightness and Don't knock, but boost.If than w, can tnulce it tixluv.: ,
through with the dry goods catalogsand wonderful toughness, is enabled to you can't boost, just holler for
know how to spell the names of run as long ai there is a trace of the the man that is boosting-that'll help MILLER THE PESRY LUMMft rdSMpXNvZZZ
the different fabrics; we are now studying I engine and the wheels left. Its career some. We can't expect to,get some
: PERRY FLORIDA"DressedlFraming 9t3
' Miller\ April 1-Uncle George lIar- EfimT ,
statesmanship. Second studentof from the time it leaves the factory thing for nothing any longer "the war ,
journal ism-Aw, that's easy; we I resplendent with varnish, may is over." Maybe you didn't know it? graves made a very interesting lee-1'
finished that long ago. But we are be likened to that of a horse, who But most of the people do, and they ture on the Prophecy of Isaiah Sunday i $28; Floorin ,y$28Ceiling; $18;
up against it now. The present studyof starts out in life fat, glossy and spir-are drifting South. Let's all show night at the Free Will Baptist ;i *
our class is, "How to convince subscribers ited. Then, as the years pass, he becomes them. church. j Siding, $18 1 ;..Lath, $5.
that the subscription price of the victim of sprung knees, DeWitt. Jones is willing, and ; Wilbur Brown and sisters, Misses '
newspapers should be raised." heaves, spavin, ringbone and the ready, to show them. He knows the Mabel and Pearl, attended church at j I' ; .: : FREIGHT PREPAID
hooks; then he reaches tho hor eswappl'r more newcomers we get here, the Providence Sunday. [
The Brunswick Banner says! "A as a mere skeleton, blind, more business he will get. So will the Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Stokes! were T - --- - ..
iav Georgia young man went to Kansas lame, rat-tailed, able to move only whole county. Let's all give a hearty
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tf to work on a farm, attracted by the when dosed and whipped. Thus the welcome and help them every way we
(, announcement that an 'eight-hour Ford in its last stages resembles a
day would be observed. The Lincoln- roll of rusty sheet iron wrapped with can.Why, here's that man, Bronke. Do ..
' ton Journal says that he learned that rags, running on one cylinder, without you know he has helped more new
what is meant by 'eight-hour' day In tires and hood, with a trail of ill-\ comers to locate here and spent lots
f Kansas is eight hours' work before smelling smoke behind it, ruttling-and of time to show them how to grow AUCTION SALE
noon and right hours after noon." sputtering to an extent that would crops here without a cent of charge ;
That man ought to be thankful for the make A horn unnecessary.*.4f one was for it. Why, if we had 100 men like .
't liberality with which he was treated. left. him this country would have been set-
+ He was promised one eight-hour day Once at a medical college a vivisectionist tied long ago and you would have "
and was given two.-Times-Union. had taken the stomach out been sold out and no home to go to. AT
of a horse, punched out the eyes, torn Stop your'everlasting kicking and
i We hear little about cotton growing away the hoofs, yet the wretched animal BOOST. .
in Florida these day*. It seems that was' kept alive by means of drugs
p the farmers can get along without it and electricity. The profesver then J J. W, ANDREWS & SON STABLES
and that they can grow other products exultantly exclaimed to his students, NAPIER GRASS -
to bring the cash. The boll wee- "Behold the wonders of science On
vil was after all, a blessing In dis- seeing: a Henry Ford rattling alongin (Pennisetum Purpurum)
c guise, for It compelled the farmers, Its last stages of decrepitude one -
I' as nothing else could do, to abandon is tempted to make the same remark. Extract from Agricultural Station
t tI the one-crop system and adopt diver The horse that, through inhuman Bulletin. SATURDAY APR. 9 1921at
sified farming, the only successful treatment looks like an equine caricature ,
I. r procedure. Yet cotton Is a necessary one feels pity for, but the car DISTRIBUTION AND HISTORY

'product and should not be abandoned on its last legs looks so ugly and disreputable - 2 p. m., sharp I will sell at Public Auction to the
'Altogether. Planted on a small scale, till we wonder why Mr Napier grass is a native of tropical
after the weevils shall have been Ford made it so long-lived and why Africa. The Rhodesian Department highest and best bidder for cash the following described
starved out, it will constitute an Important the owner does not buy a new one, or of Agriculture has the distinction of -
unit of diversified farming. else throw( it upon the scrap heap and having first introduced it into culti property:
walk, rather than to inflict pain to the vation. This was about 1910. In 1913
PLAN FOR THE FUTUREThe eyes and ears and noses of unoffending the United States department of agriculture f *
fellow men, with a thing that first introduced it into this '
free range at present prevail looks as though it baa been spewed up country. Here it promises to be valuable 1 heavy farm Mule
ing in Florida will not last forever, by a mud volcano: for planting in the extreme
but before any law is passed to compel South, including the entire State of 1 Brown Horse

,stock owners In this section of KAIFORU Florida, and a strip extending as far ",.f'. .._ '
Florida to fence in their cattle, we believe north as Central South Carolina, 1 Good Milk Cow ..
) they will do so on their own volition Raiford, April 1 -Mr. and Mrs. A. Southern portions of Mississippi, Tex-
) after having found that the S. Crews, of Starke, were visitors ax: and Louisiana, also portions of 1 Year Old Male Hog .
present system of cattle raising leads" here Thursday California and Arizona. Work withIt
to nowhere. They will eventually be Mamie Denmark returned home on was first started at the Florida Experiment 3 Brood Sows with Pigs
t convinced that it Is of no use to bother Tuesday from Starke where she had Station in 1915. Since that ,
with any but Improved breeds of been visiting relatives and friends. time; It hat been grown cooperativelyor 1 Single Farm Wagon
cattle also that such animals, given Horace Jacobs, of South Carolina distributed in small lots for planting -
the care that they must have, will Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, J. C. in many widely separated sec 1 Extra Berry Box with Springs to match
ti bring a good profit Jerseys, Hol- Jones tions of the state. same
fetelns, Short Horns, Angus and other Miss Rhoda Bennett returned to Analysis From Station Bulletin Plows, Cultivator Harrow Harness Sets Shov-
valuable breeds must have better pas her home Thursday after visiting relatives Napier Grass Green ,

tures ,than dry wiregrasg palmettoos and friends here. Water .?....._..._._____...__65.84 els, Hoes, Single and Doubletrees Sewing Machine
and ty-ty bushes, and the time will Mr. and Mrs. Cone, of Brooker, Ash ..___...____._._.._____ 2.68 ,
4 come when our farmers will have to were the week-end guests of Mrs.. G. Protein ..................... 3.6B Phonograph with Cabinet including Records Beds
t shoulder yet another burden that they C. Sapp. Carbohydrates _. .._.._...._..14.13 ,
now saddle Providence with-that of John Hollingsworth was a visitor Fat ___.._____i_____________ .53 and Springs, Canary Bird with Brass Cage Tables
providing pastures for their herds to Jacksonville during the week. Fiber _____._,___.__________13.24 I ,
and flock. This is what the farmersIn Mr. and Mrs. James T. Barnes returned Napier Grass Hay Chairs, Kitchen Stove and many other articles.
the older states have had to do, for to their home in Starke Wednesday Water _______...._.__i____. 9.85
a except in a portion of Kentucky,' afternoon, after spending a Ash ..____._.________.._____ 9.92
:d where the famous blue grass grows few days here with friends. Protein I ______.____________11.86 RAIN OR SHINE AT
wild, the natural pastures have proven Quite a crowd attended the Easter Carbohydrates ..__....._____46.02
insufficient egg hunt at the home of Mr. an4 Mrs. Fat .-_____."___.?______________ 2.15
rl Like every other business man the A, T. Mlzelle Sunday afternoon. Fiber _..___..___________.__26.20
C farmer should look ahead, so as to be A. D. Andrews and Sinclair Bryan PRICES J. W. ANDREWS & SON STABLESSTARKE :

ready .,to meet changing conditions. were visitors to Starke Wednesday Napier grass joints, f 10 per thousand '
To thi end he should experiment with MK and' Mr.. J. H. Denmark, of St. $1.50 a hundred. FLORIDA i
e different pasture grasses until he Augustine, S. J. Denmark and Mrs. Napier grass roots $50 per thou ,
finds one or more that will fill the Onie Hood, of Mulberry, Tate Den- sand, $6 a hundred.
bill. He should set aside little plots mark, of Lake Wales Mrs. W. W. f. o. b. Brooklyn G. M. INMAN I '
i t of ground for experimenting with the Baisden. of Starke, Mrs. Annie Alvarez Come and see the grass growing In Auctioneer. i
different grasses recommended, suchas of Wateroak, were called to the :the fields. Twill\ be'glad to chow you ", : I
Para, Johnson, Natal, Carpet, Bermuda bedside of their sick father, S. B. around.I. ,. j
etc. As all require Denmark, Wednesday III:
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office. He was, formerly a student of . 44.4'4'4p4' f> 4. 04' A Bulgarian colois. the i
Refreshments' of guest\ of her
I l.ter. Mrs. II. B.Weest .
! the high school, salesman in the > cake, lemonade and abmroiia was Wednesday. 'it

stores and clerk in the pontoffice and 4' MM. J. M. CRAIG of Los Angc- 4> wrved.Dr. i
The W. M. will .
I Bits of LocalInformation .'I Is no stranger in town. lea, Cahf., V-ho nays no one can W. E. Middleton, of Starke was! Thursday U. April give entertainment "'

His family has long been connected feel more grateful for what Tan- attending to professional business In topping at the Rouser House for 1

i with the postal service. Miss Lydia *> lac has done than she dues. '*' town Tuesday ;
"I. I Brown, an aunt served the people of Has sever Knew lou Could keep Rat
iLI ii gained twelve pounds and Miss Midge Middle ton, Maggie I"J Out ..f "
| Lake Butler, Stephen Brown, his father health is better than in years. Maxwell, John Powell and Harry Ca a Shop. \
t. LLrIt II ChoI Of .*.....*. ***"" ."I aaI served thirteen years at Nebo <*> .> nova of Starke, wore business \isi- I What Ralph Watkin says: "Fig- I
.... .. ... c:'__.' T_ . urt'd! rats around store had enough to
1 was succeeded by his son, John J., a . . . . . . . tors here Monday. I
feed on) wouldn't touch anything -
brother of our townsman as postmaster I" Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johns, of Ala- suspicious. j

o I .-.--. -- .--- -- until the offices of Nebo, Providence chua, were guests of Mr. Johns' moth I it. Hoard about RAT SNAP r:
trial. Results [
gave a were wonder
Blair and Dekle were discontinued -
er, Mrs. Annie Johns
A. R. Moore spent Sunday in Jack crops. Knowing that the dry weather Sunday ful. Cleaned all rats out In ten days. t/
by rural service. II. O. Brownwas
Rev E. T.
King and E. J.
will not last forever Kingwere '
[< nville. they are Dogs about store night and day never
appointed rural carrier on route
cleaning out their old ditches and attending to business in Starke touch "
dig HArT SNAP.
one. Lake Butler, when, rural servicewas Saturday, 3 sizes, S6c, 05c. t;
Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, spent ging new ones. 125. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.
established and later was appointed Dr. I. II. Hunter ,
Easter with Harriet Ritch. of Lulu, was visit Jones, Sturke.-Adv,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns leave today postmaster. His administration ing friends hue Tuesday.Mr .

of Jack was said to be one of the moat and Mrs. J. E. Toney visit- Ii
Mr. and Mr. O. D. McRae, for Tallahassee,.where Mr. Johns are
relatives. efficient in the history of the office. Ing friends and relatives at Lake City
Bonville, are here visiting wilLreprescnt Bradford county in the
coming session of the legislature. The Bradford County: Times, speak i for a few days.MesdamesK. fENTAWORnUCOLUMNlJ i

Miss Josie HofTrrilfn spent Sundayand ing 4 f his resignation said that it was B. and M. L. Walter- 1

Monday in Jacksonville with her Conch peas at Klckliter's. It., the result brought about by the son entertained their Sunday school
I change of administrations, and praised classes '
father Lee Hoffman. Saturday afternoon by giving ;
in the highest terms the high character .
them an Easter hunt. The
Col. and Mrs. IX E. An'ght' and son, egg
and the ability that Mr. Brown children gathered at the home of Mrs. I 1
Jacksonville Paul
E. L. Crosby, of stop will leave SI iday morning for
ped over in Starke Sunday nigh, Tallahassee where Col. Knight goes displayed in the conduct of the office. M. L. Watter on's early in the afternoon pun SALE-C room house in SUrke. r

while on his way to Brooker. to represent RradforJ county in the Mr. Hull is chairman of the repub- where everything had been pre Apply to Miss M. II. Smtrunk.SUrke. ,

Senate. lican county committee and hat pared for the occasion. With their 4-1-21*

strong personal backing; Mr. Brownis baskets of painted'eggs on their
The U. D. C. will meet next Wed- arms
WANTED I'ew boardere.
nesday afternoon at four o'clock, at The W. C. T. U. will meet next a member of the republican state z they were led by their teachers and Prior- reasonable more regular l
Mrs. J. T.
central committee and claims *
the residence of Mrs. W. L. Wall.G. Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the a majority marched down Main street to the Wills. 4-)-44 h
Methodist church. Leader, Mrs. J.W. of the county organization anda shady pine grove west of town where

W. Alderman has had his residence White. Subject: "Uncle Sam's Grass ,' strong endorsement fthe from the Fernandez business - "Of all the people who have taken the egg hunt took place. FOR SALE-Two: good horses, best .
town Mrs.
on North Walnut street re Widow." A cordial invitation is extended -' is men a Democrat o and; has a host of Tanlac I don't believe there' i is any- Mr Humphreys, of Brooklyn was stock. Apply Sam Rosenberg, ,I

to all. transacting business in town last
painted. our
who feels Starke.
friends who would be pleased to see one any more grateful to : 3-11-tf.
her it than I do," said Mrs. J. M. Craig, Tuesday
Mrs. Angle Sternberg, of Jacksonville Ninety days velvet beans at Kick- get the appointment. of Mrs. W. B. Roper left Tuesday for t
G74U E. 40th Street Los Angeles, STRAYED horse mules
it seems evident that Starke will I one /grey f
returned to her home in Cherry liter's. It Calif."I Jacksonville, where she. expect tospend other norrt-1. Will
have an efficient postmaster to succeed pay suitable reward I
street last week. week.
Mr. Alvarez, who has given such suffered from nervous prostra for Information. W. A. Crosby
Ina Dr Biggs, of Starke was professional ' I
the a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lion and Biooker Fla. It.
good service throughout the eightyears was so weak that I could not ,
C. C. well known naval
McCall a visitor
Newn Jones l is now improving, and, to Hampton Monday.
of democratic administration.TO even sweep the floor and during the
stores man of Guilford had business It is hoped will regain her health. day I would have to lie down four or Mesdames M.. L. and K. B. Watter- LOST-Bunch ,of key containing, 1
in Starke
Wednesday. She is the victim of a baffling ailment SWEET CORN GROWERSWe five times. I tried to ,walk, but found eon were shopping in Starke Tuesday among other, R. F, D. master key

and her life was despaired of. But out that half block all R. D. Itawley of Green Cove, wasa and Switch .
Auto tops and auto 'painting. M. a was I could Ford key No. G2. Finder .
Leviton, Starke. 11-19-1(, the unremitting care of Dr. Middletonand are prepared to make crates stand before I would give out. Nor visitor to Hampton Monday. please return to Ellery M. Davis. ;

the most careful nursing, tri- for the shipment of sweet corn and /oua spells cam on m. often. Final- Mrs. II. J. Condon, who has been 8-26-tf.

Get my prices before you buy. I umphed over the disease. are anxious to have enough of themin ly my husband urged me to try Tan- several weeks Is spending a few days !

can save you money. J.C. Manning, stock to meet the demand, yet we lac and I am indeed glad he did, for (R'ith relatives in St. Augustine FOR SALE!- comb leghorn '

The Cheap Cash Store. It Can use hens. J. F, Kickliter. It. do not wish to make more crates it proved to be just what I needed. Last Saturday afternoon Mrs. M. egg for setting, from heavy

than sell this We "The bottles E. Manaire entertained her class with' laying train. $1.60 per setting of
Mrs. Sam Rosenberg returned Sun- we can Reason. first two did not seem
Miss Mabel Weller and her cousin, day from Jacksonville where she had therefore invite all sweet corn growers to help me. I guess it was becauseI an Easter egg hunt. Beautifully col., 15 81'gS.! Delivered by parcel poet .
J. J. Truby motored to Jacksonville ored egg were in abundance and the J, S. McCormick Ralford Fla. '
call ,
been for two weeks nursing their to on us, inspect our crates was so bad oft, but on the third I ,
Monday on a shopping tour. infant'son serious and learn our terms and give us their bottle I could tell I was improvingand little folks enjoyed themselves! 8-4-12t-6-20 t
adopted through
a U. ... Kalch visited the site ,
illness. The child was given them by orders, .if they wish to thus favor us, that gave me more hope than county

Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Perryman returned its who members of as soon as, possible, so that we may ever of getting well. My Improve- Tuesday rOR: SALE- * runnetipeanut

to their home in Sanford last one parents of the,- carnivals were lately visiting be able to estimate the coming de ment from then on was rapid and by Rev Mullady will preach at the iced, 00 Fonts per bushel.

Thursday Christian church Sunday morning White Spanish, Be pound f. o.
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberglove the time I had taken five bottles 1 I
& mill northof : and evening b. Lake Park, Ga. Quality guaranteed
Cooper Snellgrove at was better and stronger than I had .
it as much as if it were their
Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, depot. been in Percy Griffin, Claud Housor, Mag or money refunded. F. M.
'The years.
own child. little one is now improving White & Son.
is the week with her 2'11-8t-
par- "It enabled me to sleep soundly at gie Houser, Mimic Curios and Elizabeth '

ents, Mr and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.W DOBSON night and I have gained twelve Wheeler attended church at The'
Florida peanuts at Klrkliter's. It .,ounds. That wan several monthsago rouse Saturday evening. vi.,,,. nf a darw. of ftinmliHiiir anil
: A, Scott and sister, Miss Doris, Dobson Rev. Burke of Waldo preached two cols r..mlr. .d In the Circuit Court" of tI,.
April I/-We are sorry to and from then until now I have Klllhth Judicial' Circuit of Florid, for
of Osteen, spent the week-end with report that John Denmark is movingto been In as.good health as I ever was interesting sermon at the Methodist ford liy flu lion. B A. Thrajitwr.Juilii .
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. There will be a box supper and of milil. "rourt d..... th* SHth day ft
dance at Kingsley lake, Yarboroughand Plant City this week.M. in my life. I have told all of my relative church Sunday. \ Marsh. A. U. 1121. whrln lOnimn: Hlclmrd
Scott. : II. Hurst made a business trip and friends what a wonderful Claud Ilouser and I'ercyGrl ln, two I 4 cnnirliilnMnt. mill B. A. Carts, Elar Carton *jpT
Peek landing, this evening, for end J. W. ,.......... ar d.fendanta. 1. M wflTa '
to Lake Butler Saturday. medicine Tanlac i is." of Hampton's young business men, .
the benefit of the kitchen. RnoolNl MMtor. Aiinolnt to carry out paid fi filnir
wanted. J. F.
Chickens and eggs .., will fiftVr for Hal, and ..ll at pulilld IIouUiry.
Johnnie Hurst attended services at"Mann Tanlac 1 sold in Starke by Turner'sDrug were transacting/ business in Theremin
Mrs. J. R. Davis of tho .
Kickliter. 218tf. manager fur ruh to the hfirhmit and lioat lilildwr. -
Saturday night. Store.--Adv. Friday. at the front don. of th 1* eoiirthoiiiw In
kitchen has moved all of
community the elly' of Rtarko, Ilrailf4. County, Florlila.riiirlnit .
their cooking .arrangements to the W. M. D. Hurst and sister, N 'ta, Mr Parker and family, of Camp- th. li'wnl Itiiurii nf ..1"l on '

I1ad Miss ell Mamie Alexander Pinholster of Jacksonville and nephew, Futch building, and will soon be pie- and Agnes Johnson attended the egg i' Mrs. Tom Weeks, of Santa Fe, and ville, are moving Into tho house belonging MONDAY 'HIE: A.HIOCONII D. lltl, DAY OF MAY.

pared for the spring and summer cun hunt at Dennis Flnley's Sunday af Mrs John IJrooks, <>f LaCrosse, were to W T.' Saxon, Main street.A the .iun Wlnii th. amt Mnnitmr. In maul
spent the weekend with her sister, .
month tin follnwlnir rimerllMid Und Hltuntv
Mrs. L. A. Wynn. ning. Everyone cordially invited to ternoon. guests of their sister, Mrs James meat market will be opened therein lylna anil twlnr: In llrailford! county, .'..rid..
the box and dance.BURIt0UGIIS Claude Awlord, of Olustee attendedthe Crews, last week. the near future I ."-
supper Th. South Hair (SI-t) of Southwest quarto -
egg hunt at Andrew Stafford'sSunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodge of Dukes Mrs. Stuart and family of Live Oak
Mrs. S. E. Gibson,, who has been l r (HWI-41! of Himthi-iuit Qtmrtar (SEI-Q nf
and Marcus Howard panned through have been visiting her father, Mr. H. M.etlnn Thlrty-foiir ((841.) Towimhln his ((5)
visiting at the homes of her brothers, Himth Ilan". Iwimty-twu (281) ......,.
Johnnie Hurst was a visitor to Baker here Friday' enroute to Sampson. J. Cribbs. AInoi 'Ih North..t Quarter (NRt-4) orNorth..t
J. F. and W. A. Colley, returned last .
week to her home in Mulberry.Mr. A pretty wedding was olt'mnlzedWednt'sday county Sunday. Miss lea Colnon entertained a delightful Mr*. A. A. Durden, Messrs Herbert ... afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oad Dobbs, of Man. crowd at her home Saturday Durden and Charley Johnson motoredto 1'w nty-two UI) Kwit.fluocUl.

and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Miss Mr. and Mrs Hiram Byrd, when their ning, were weekend guests of his night. Those present were: Misses Starke Monday. Muter R. M. In JOHNS.Chanmry

Lena Quigley have gone to Jacksonville daughter, Miss Mamie, was united in parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Dobbs .1 Willie Mae and Cantey Oliver, Pearl Mrs. D W. Moore, of Theressa, was J.ONO Hollelum*'WALTON for C.npl.InanL: -l-Bt-4-2

marriage to Mr. Stewart Burroughs, Tnronu and 0xena CZrppn Rosa CurMeittT :: /

pleasure and St. Augustine trip. on a businessand of Manning J. H. Williams Esq., per- HIGHLAND ronry: ; *. Dave, Lee: Fred and .. *.:.

forming the ceremony. The bride, Russell Greene Tom Markey, Cheater ii

Mrs. W. J. Epperson went to Jack- who is an attractive young girl, was Highland, April 1.-Carl Wilkinsonwas Andreu Ray Andreu,'J. W .L. Pin- GENERAL INSU X vJ ; -I +

sonville Friday morning to attend the charming in a blue silk taffeta with a business visitor to Jacksonville holster Mr and Mr*. C. W. Col on. t

funeral of her sister, Mrs. D/ M. hat of old rose. Immediately after Wednesday. After a late hour all departed, having HAROLD C. WALL

Corn the; ceremony Mr. and.Mrs. Burroughs Miss Rosie, Wilkinson returned on enjoyed the occanlon.Mr. .
left for the home of the groom's par Wednesday from a month's visit with : and Mr*. A. n: Surrency were !

Mr. Bobby Swanson, of the Uni- ents at Manning, followed by a host relatives at Stuart. visiting relatives In Itrooker Sunday STARKE FLORIDA .

versity at Gainesville, spent the week of food wishes from all present.- Mrs. Burton Carruthers, of West Meier. J. K. ,.Clemons. and A. B. FIRE

end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnstown News. Jacksonville, spent the week-end here Surrency were In Brooker Thursday LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

Canova. with her sister, Mrs. J. T .Marr. afternoon.Mr. .

TilE STARKE POSTMASTERRIUP Mrs David Lang returned Thurs- and Mr*. Lloyd Johns, Mr. and
The A. O. O. U. T. S. (Ancient Or- day from a visit with her son, Bailey, Mrs j. E. demon attended churchat

der of Unsuccessful Truth Seekers) Three Well Qualified Applicants Are at Jacksonville Rock Saturday and Sunday. --

will hold a convention in Starke today in the Field for the AppointmentThe L. W. Wilkinson was a business via Misses Willie Mae Oliver and Iva

itor to Lawtey Saturday and Monday. Colson were guests of Mia* Rosa Sur

appointment of postmaster at Mrs H. C. Wimberly and daughters rency Thursday afternoon. ROLLING DOLLARS
Starke is being discussed by the citizens
Charles T. Beasley is home on a vacation Minses Beth and Winifred, were in Lee Greene was a caller in Brooker .

from his studies at Chapel Hill, generally, there being three applicants Lawtey Thursday. section Sunday afternoon. GATHER NO INTEREST
N. B. Hull Mrs. Eva Fernandez
N. C., and his many friends are gladto C. M. Click, of Jacksonville, wan Miss Ruby Greene In spending a
greet him. and H. O. Brown. transacting business heap Thursday. few day with her niftier, Mrs. J. W \ ,t)
Mr. Hull is a Ron of the late, lion. I Parridh of Dukes.
-- H. S. Eagle, representing Frank E. .
Mrs. James Frazee, of New York L. C. Hull, of this place, and was ap ; Wood Co., of Jacksonville, was a business A crowd of young folk enjoyedan
after the death of And interest i ia what makes dollars 4
City is expected to arrive here todayto pointed postmaster visitor here Thursday.J. egg hunt at the home of Mr. and grow

visit her mother, Mrs. Rebecca Alvarez his father who had served for a number L. Strickland returned Monday Mrs. W. R. Hodge:
of years. lie served one term under Ilarrell and Heron Of course, if you have saved money J
and other relatives. from a business trip to Manning. Cephus Ralph you
President McKinley and two were In Brooker Sunday.! -have it on interest-if not in good securities,

The strawberries coming in this terms under President Roosevelt, and then certainly in the bank.

week have been of slightly better was appointed by President Taft during Unhappy In Prlendihlp. HAMPTON ..

quality than last week. Prices havo the closing days -of his administration Many people ttpoel too much from -- I ;

! ranged about $6 Per bushel. but the democratic senate did their friend They may themselves Hampton, April I.-Mr!*. J. F, Johnson Surely you are not one of those who use :::

I not confirm the appointment, preferring be *o thoroughly. genuine! and sincere' and Mrs. W. II. Griffins Sunday shot bags, stockings, tin cans and pots as depositories -- j

left to hold the posiion open for an that they exiMict oil tliolr Irieud to be school cdamie given Easter
Lloyd were an If
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. you are, you'll eventually be *orry. 1
I the first of the week for their home Appointment by President Wilson. the Name, lint! when they discover party: at the home of Mr. W. H.Grimn : '
i little fault lu their Idol they feel the .
In Nova Scotia where Mr. Lloyd will Aside from his fine standing in the Ian Friday evening from ,,!lent
disappointment mint acutely. Do not ,
c; I postal service, he i Is prominent In the to ten. Many interesting .
be employed. by the Canadian government pitch your mundurfl too high, turn yon It's far better to be safe than
of his throughout the sorry. .
: councils party are I less likely to buye your Idol nat played and enjoyed after which the

state, and during the last campaign tered. Try tv remember that friends little folk marched two and two in' ,I

Mrs A. M. Pettit has put the residence was the candidate of his party' for will never dlmtppolat u* If we observetwo to the dining room, which was beau We pay 4 per cent interest-and give ;

: owned by her on Cherry street, state commissioner of agriculture.Mrs. simple' l rules: (1) to find oat tifully decorated with flowers in the 100 per cent safety.BANK y .

opposite the Ice factory, in thorough Fernandez i is the present assistant what they are; (2) to. expect them t*

repair. It has also been repainted and postmaster and was reared in he lust thvL See I. f

provided with sewer connection. Starke. She is courteous and oblig- .

ing and her friends are numbered by PIN I HILL I I G. C. DriggersLAKE

The !progressive farmers in the Hee- her acquaintances. She has a list of OF STARKE ., i
Pine Hill April 1. A. B. Surrency
nan Williams settlement, have linelIow.s postmaster> ancestors. Her grand .
was a business visitor to Worthington BUTLER FLA.
mother, Mrs. A. E. Morgan, served a
This? about nineteen years as postmaster Agent
HAUL'S CATARRH MEDICINE wUI and Captain John C. Richard} an uncle Miss Lucille Ilarrell spent part of r

do what wa claim' for It-cur Catarrb was postmaster during the term last week with her cousin Miss Hat- VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS Uuder State Supervision j
lJeaC.... cauMd by Catarrh. W. do not tie Weeks, of Santa Fe.
claim to cure any other dle"S2wl! of President Cleveland.Mr. ,
MEDICINE I. a For all kind of Tombstones sod Mon-

the liquid HALL's blond, taken upon CATARRH Internally the !murouurfacMi and actathrourh of ta entering. Brown another moved branch here preparatory of the ser Cold* Cauite unp. and InfiuenraWAT1vrePOMOQUCdNLT.htets uments. A postal card addressed t. meat E.S. Matthews, Pres. G. C. White,Cashier ? .

the y.t.m.. thus reducing! the condttienaAll Inflnmma- vice but has yielded to the solicitations : *' Lake Butler, Fla., will) bring me to .
tlon and restoring normal caD'r. Tlwtt :a cell\ ere Twr) o JnterC. ,
DriiKfrlita-! Circular' freey. Ohio.. of friends to serve in the pout :.W GK3VITC: : C"e-."T"m baa. 3UO. I your door with information and price
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with Trfnmptf. llphtexf the dark e.eaot Beth: Pennlngton; n 1-onld'remember having I quavered". "1 11'.11 desperate-and "R
Sn 1)o1 "assume thai 1 wmflJ he-m to hate, that Jol;; > to do o\er ogam. the, rreneli-Oanadlan. "I tol' M'alnnr received. throughout his thirty-odd wasn't at nil the bad Investment you

old scoundrel without making a fight You're u toogh one." Sexton she cmini-t fight M'sleuV Cnrdlpnn of plve and take. He w.,.s too I have been told It Is. You had the money

for him do yout Why, IJuck lie's "1\\)' gnr she d.", pay for ha\e hard I ( and win" be said simply. "Now old years and \experienced a campaigner, -more money than you knew what. to

been on the Cardigan pay roll thirty 11'11111:11I'lz you, m'sleur" Rondeauanswered I mebbe he hflleie that Jules Hondeau however to permit a futile rage to do with and wltli the proceed of the

TheVALLEY years, and 1 only fired him In order bluntly. "We have one fine know something." cloud his. reason ; he prldod! himself I I nale of those cedar lands, I knew I

to reform him. Well last week 1 sent filJit hut"-he shrugged-"I don* want "Shut, up," Sexton roared petulantly being, a foornan worthy of any could make an Investment In California
one of Mac' old friends down to some more." He approached upon)
Itrjce liondifm shrut'co/l contemptuously man's steel. redwood, and more than retrieve my

\Vllllts purposely to' call on him and nnd lowered bis '.0....... "for one month I turned, and with a sweep of hlaicrcat On Tuesday be retuniwl to Sequoia. II fortunes make big money for both

Invite him out 'for a time;' but Mac I um no good: all. co tarn. We dun' iirm 'Indicated to his men that "Sexton related to him In detail the ot18.."
wouldn't drink with him. N- *. sir, be tight some more. iii'Nleur. And 1 binefeel I
they were to go; then without back events which" had transpired since his "You mlgbt have borrowed the money

of theGIANTS couldn't he tempted. On the contrary, ahhnine' for dose 1 Slack Minorca ward glance: to see that they fol1ow..l.tlU departure hut elicited nothing more I from me. You know I have never hesitated

he told the tempter that I bad promised feller. Always wlz him eet 1* ze knife woods boss strode, away In the limn, a noncommittal grunt. I to Join In your t'Dterprl"p8."
to give him dock his Job If be or ze ('Iulfllld now cetn rifle.Cmlion .
remained ze
direction of the Laguna Oranda mil "There Is one more matter, sir, w hlch "'Thl* was toe big a deal for you,
on the water wagon for one W'en I fight. I fight wlz what Arrived at tfic mill 1fllce he I
< .ntered.1 will doubtless he of Interest to you, Shirley, I hod "I ''on. could .see Incalculable
}ear; he was resolved to win back his le lion Dleu "gl\e me. took down the telephone, Sexton': continued aiKilogetlcnlly. "Miss riches In thla redwood empire

job and bill self-respect., "You HpM-ur|, to bate a <'erlaln.coile, Shirley\ Sumner, tremendous
up Sumner called me on the telephoneyesterday but It was a gamble
"I know what your plan la," Ogllvy lifter nil." Itryce laughed. "I urn Inclined "Mademoiselle." he said. "JuletRondeau find Instructed me formally and required twenty millions to swing

Interrupt pd. "Ll lell. now to father's to like )'"u'for U. You're sporty spciks, to "ou. I have for start. I dreamed of
Br PETER B. ItYNEA ) to notify tUe hoard of directors of the It at the very the
words of wisdom. Didn't you bear me In your way you tremendous scoun you yee good news. Bryce Cardigan Laguna Grande company of a fpeclal: control of California redwood ; and If

Author of"Gappy tell Hint girl and her villainous avuncular dr.II""lIlellll"Ho.! she puts In the crossing. toda). One meeting of the hoard to be held here you will stand by me, Shirley I shall ;yet
Ricks"OoprrllM relative last night that I bad another Itondotiu suggested hopefully of the law Bhe from San
man comes at two o'clock this afternoon. In view make my dream come true-and half
are up my klroonofIlrjoe "M'sleur: likes me for woods-.
: Fromlsco with papers and M'sleur of the impossibility'' of eonllnllnll'll II lilt of it shall be yours. It has always
nodded. boss?
Sexton say to me; 'Rondeau we are with while were en route, I been my intention to buy back from
"That was not trag old dear. I had ""'hy. "'hRt'a'the matter with Pennlngton you you
whip. Deesmess your inon. So I hate conformed to her wishes. Our by-laws, you secretly and at a nice profit to you
the are. and this morning I played It ? I* he tired of ?"
br VMf B. Km* you deesraess doze men. and now I deesmeHS know stipulate that no meetIng that Caribou red cedar, and with the
| wherefore In my heart there Is that The color mounted slowly to the myself. Mebbexo blmeby I as you
go of the hourd shall be I'nll..d'lIh. acquisition of the Cardigan properties
re that puHsuth understanding- wood touU, swarthy cheek. "Mo 1I1'
,. pea < to work for M'sleur Cardigan. For out formal written notice. to each director I would have been In position to do
SYNOPSIS. I particularly since I have bad moiselle Pumtnalr he's tell
Just a me pretty Mademoiselle I have no wecsh to make mailed twenty-four hours previously. so. Why that Cardigan tract In the
telegram Informing me that my ace'took soon he's goln' be bos* of Lngnns
trouble to fire me. I queet. I will ." San Hedrin which we will buy In wltb-
CHAPTER L-Pioneer to the California the odd trick. Grand. all theea
an stop An
.wdwood reston, John Cardigan at forty I fight. cot fight done dirty tight Borne more.An "What' the devil do jou mean. Sexton In a year. for half a million, i I. worth
.wen, I the "Too will re-call that from the very w'en Mademoiselle h* Is In the saddle. "
'" loadingrltlsen of rwolr mademoiselle. I go. by conforming to her wishes? five millions at least. And by that
' owner of mill, *alp*, ax.d nan gnnd-hy Jnlea Rondeau. Thee
timber a widower after three? llequaJ Instant we derided to cut In. that Jump couq- And, without further ado he hung Miss Sumner U not a director of thlacompany. I time. I feel certain-In fact, I know_
try-I like him. I feel .sad M'slenr.
married Ufa, and faUier of tw< crossing, we commenced to. plan ." Ptnnlngton'R voice was the Northern Pacific will commence
Brroe Car 1rua. > tcav* dos Ixwg tree*." He tip."What' "
a paused.looklog this. what'B this Sexton
: against Interference by Pennlngton ; Inconsequence harsh and trembled apprehensively. building In from the lIouth/from Wllllts. -

'i CHAPTER nAt fourteen Brye make* we kept or tried to keep, rather wistfully at DI''C'fJ.MJ demanded. "You'... going: to qultl "Miss Sumner controls forty percent ."

,/ h', the aoquatntaBo to Bequola,*and of Bhlrieir bl* Junior Sumner by a a vlaor few- our decision a sex-ret. However, there am fine woods-boss for somebody," be onllt'DllI. Rondeau nonsense 1" of the I.aguna Grande .stock sir. "I shall-" be began but be paused

I. Mara. Tosetber they vtalt tb. Valley of existed at all times the possibility' that suggested hopefully. "1 will have my time, M'sleur" said I took that Into consideration." abruptly, a* If he had suddenly remembered

1\'/ to fcl** Olanta con ae, _the rod burial to Jobn place Cardlaran of BrmW and* Pennlngton might discover our benevolent "You think lll.* Sumner dislike Jolea Rondeau. "I go to work for ,a "You lie r' Fennlngton all bat that tact and not pugnacity

'" 'IIII IDro e!! with mutual recnl.CHAPTER Intentions and block us with his you then Itondeau," man. Mebbeso I am not wonda boss screamed. "You took Into consideration was the requirement for the handling

only restraining order Issued "I don th enk. I know." He for I situation.
IIL-While Bryce I* at col weapon sigh heein but- work. your Job as xecretary and general: of tfcta ticklish
lege Jobn Cardigan meet with heavy by the Judge of the United States ed ; hlH huge body seemed to droop."I "You'll! have to wait until the Colonel manager. Damnation 1" She silenced him wltb a disdainful
IniMnea* lo*..<* and for th* Ant Urn view* district court. am out of/zee good luck bow" he returns, Rondeau."
the future with uncertainty. I He rose and commenced pacing up restore. "Ton snaTt not smash theCardigans.
I "Now one of the most delightful murmured bitterly. "Everybody, IIho "I will. \ have my time" Bald Jules and down his office. Sinldetily hepaused. "
she declared firmly. "Yon
CHAPTER IV.-After gradttatloa from things I know about a court Is that It hate Jules Rondeau." Again he Rondeau patiently. Sexton still stood beside hla I .
allege, and devoid of of a sense ofsportsmanship.
a trip abroad. Bryoe Cardigan are mercy,
come* bo..... On the train he meet*; Is open to all men veeklng' Justice-ori sighed. "Dose bitg trees 1 In Quebec "Then you'll wait till pay day for desk, watching him rvupectfully. "You I Now then. Uncle

airier Banner on her war to Bequola teBMtke i injustice disguised as Ju.tI<'e. Also we have nctiie. In zee woods M'sleur It, Rondeau. Ton know our rule. fool!" be snarled. "Get out of here
her bom with listen to : You have
there her Seth. ma
Col. Pennlngton. Bryce learn that uncle.hli| ., there Is a wise old saw to the effect I tlll-b'rer' And be laid his great Any man who quits without notice 'and leave me alone." hours In whIch to makeup
father';* erealght ha* failed and that OoL || that battles are won by: the fellow who waits until the regular pay day for twenty-four
q" Pennlngton I* aeeklng to take advantage of .I bis Sexton departed promptly, glancing your mind whether to accept my
there first with the The .
gets roost monp
Ut* old man'* buelnea .. men. )
mUtortune*. at bIll watch ns he did so. It lacked ultimatum or refuse it If you refuse
\ r Bttuatlon from the start waa absurdly Jules advanced until he towered directly ,
'I'' CHXPTBTR \'.-In th* Valley of the j | simple. If Pennlngton got to the dlstrlct over the manager. "I tol'1II'III..ur five minutes of two. He passed Shirley I ajiall prosecute you for fraud
Olanta young Cardigan flnd a tree foiledeurectly I Humner In the general offlc*. and a betrayal of trust as my father's
aero* hi* mother** grave. Indication court first, we were lost!I" I I would have my time" he "
r, are that It we* cut down to secure> |I "You mean you got there firstT' ex- repeated once more. "Is M'sleur "Shirley, Pennlngton began In executor on that red cedar timber
the burl and evidence Mem* to how that boone voice aa she entered hla office, deal."
Pennlngton and hi* wood-bo. Jute i claimed Bryce. deaf In ze ears? He raised hi* right
1 I I "what la the meaning; of thla direct01'1I' He brightened trifle. "'Tra afraid
.! Itondeau are Implicated In the ouua.o.CHAPTICR I(. "I did-by the very simple method hand much as a bear raises Ita paw;
meeting have rPquellledr'"Be that would be hard to hoe
you a long, row ,
VJ.Inl... of preparing to get there first In case his blunt fingers worked a little and
with Ool _
| seated. Uncle Seth, the girl dear and of I shall have to
Din 'ton and hi tl my course,
& niece, Bryce find then i anything slipped. Something did slip ere was a smoldering fire ID bis ,
paneled" with redwood burl conflrmin dark answered quietly. "If you will only be defend m 'IIPlt."
C -iHxt nlRhtl I Howe\er I was ready eyes. j
uplelon of "ennlnllon'uUt. ; "
quiet and reasonable perbapa we can "In addition the girl went on quietly
I.. a diplomatic wa,. unperceived by fehlry BO all I hud to do was pros* the button Without further protest Sexton :
10 the two men declare war., for as Omar Khayyam remarked opened the safe counted out 'the dispense with, this directors' meeting" "the, county grand Jury shall be

i CHAPTER VII.-Pfinnlr.rton rerun* to i 'What shall It avail a man If he buy | wages' due end took Rondeau's re- i which appears to frighten you BO. furnished with a stenographic report
renew hi with He sat down a look of relief of your conversation of Thursday
IOf..o. contract tb* Cardigan ; clli a padlock for his stable nfter hilitow.rltp j celpt I promptly i
!, > action bankruptcy '
his face. night with Mayor Poundstone. That
"Thank M'sleur," the wood* on "
for the latter. Bryce force* Ron stallion liuth been lifted Scvral you
deau to confe** he felled the tree In the) days ago my boy, I wrote a lon1..It..r boas growled ,as he swept the coin "I scarcely know how to begin Uncle will not be a long hard row to hoe,
Valley of the Ulant .
at Pennlngton'* or
der. After punlahlng the man. Bryoe i to our attorney In San Francisco Into his pocket. "Now I work for Beth," Shirley commenced sadly. "It Uncle Seth for In addition to the

inirl* him at Col. Pennlngton, who, with| ('xIIIRlnlnlCOry detail of our predlca- :M'sleur<< Cardigan ;: so, M'sleur, I will .hurts, me terribly to be forced to hurt stenographer, I have another reliable

ton Bhlrley.I* humiliated had. wltnewed, and the the flint.girl. Indignant I'unnln--. ,, merit ; the Instnnt I received that tornitorary have zee switch engine weeth two yon, but there doesn't appear to he I J witness. Judge Miwre. Your casual

order* Bryc to leave her and forget their franchise from the flat cars and zee wrecking car. Doze I i disposal ot my secian as a onoe to the
.city (council I
friendship He leave*, but refue* to ao I
will be hard
t oept dlanlnaL I I| I'mallpd a certified copy of It to our dam trash on ree <'I'o.Mlng-M'lIleur mayor to explain: and

Attorney also. Then in anticipation Cardigan does not like and by gar, I rather amusing. In view of the fact

the CHAPTER train on which VTH.-Bhlrley Returning-her uncle Bequola, and of our discovery by Pennlngton. I Instructed take heein a\vny. You onderstand I. that Bryce Cardigan managed to frighten

thZr.atI;; traveling, break'* away" from the attorney to prepare the :M'sleur? I am Jules Rondeau and I 1 Mr. Poundstone Into returning the
and Bryce. who could
haveoecaped I work for M'sleur La sedan while you were away. And
at the rlk of hi* life cute out complaint and petition for a restraining Cardigan. la
the oabooae and *ave* them from certain order against Seth Pennlngton et !M'sleiirl"\ The great hand cloned Ilf that Is not sufficient for my purpose

....ath., being painfully Injured la doingeo. I I nl, and stand by to rush to the Judge over Sexton's' collar. "Not zr'o pistolno have the sworn confession! of theBlack

CHAPTER Xn.-"Burk" UIr'II",. a*I with It the Instant he heard from met not for Jules Rondeau." Minorca thut you gave him five)

builder A of Oregon the. projected railroad Northern meet MolraMeTavlsh California "Well, about the time old Pennlng Quite ns easily ns a woman dresses hundred dollars to kill Bryce Cardigan.

and I* much tinpre**..d. Bryce I ton started for San Francisco\ this H buby he gagged Sexton with Sex Your woods boss!, Rondeau will also
and hi* father make plan* for *ecurlng a ton's swear that approached him with
franchl** for the 1 line from the city morning, I had our attorney out of bed own handkerchief laid him gently you a
council. ; and on the long-distance telephone; at on lb> floor nnd departed locking proposition to do away with Bryce

nine o'clock this morning he appeared the door behind him and taking thekl'Y. Cardigan. I think therefore, that you

,, road CHAPTER contractor X.and-J ucnannn Hryce'*collage Can"y'On.friend., '''In the United States district court ; at "W'en I Cut Your Boca Tree*. M'sleur, At the corner of the building will readily see. how Impossible a situation .

I* decided on by the Cardlg-an a* the nine-flfteen the Judge signed a restraining I Feel Llk Hell." where the telephone line entered the you have managed to create

man to figure a* the builder of the propoaed i order office, be 1'1111".1. Jerked once or the and will not disagree with me when I
railroad. forbidding our enemies to>
Dryue g-oe* to Ban Fran I calloused, hairy hand over his heart.
clico to ment him. ] interfere with us In the exercise of a "W'en I cut your beeg trees M'sleur. wire, and pussed on, leaving the broken suggest that It would be better for yon

t' CHAPTER XI. Oirllvy rmtentatlouely j I rlpht\ legally "granted u* by.the city ofrVquoln I feel like hell." ends, im the ground. | to leave this count,.."

begin* work of ,urveylnv for the line.1'' / and at nine-thirty n deputy "That Infernal of In the roundhouse be found the | Bill face hnd !gone; (ray and hag
gorilla IB
a man
which I l'
announced a* n propoeed throuch
, rout*, pennlnxton, vag-uely alarmed, -''United States marshal started In an a i>oet," Buck Ogilvy declared. "I'd switch engine crew on .duty, waiting gard. "I (can't" he' murmured

aide* to block operations by making It ImpoMlble I 1 autoinnlille for Sequoia: via the over- thInk twice before I let him for steam In the holler. The withdrawal can't leave this great business now.
to iiecuro a franchme for the line get
through Biiquoln. In thl* he plan* to anUt I1 I land route. He will arrive late toinorj of the country, Bryce." of both locomotives, brief at Your own Interests in the company

the aid of the _'lor. poundatona.. I j row night and on Sunday we will get ."Whose salt he eats his aung he had been their absence, bad caused render such a course unthinkable.

CHAPTER IXMoIra McTavleh. chlluhond that locomotive out of our way and In- BrtigH/ quoth Bryce. "I forgive a glut of logs at the.Loguna Grande Without my hand at the helm, thing
friend of Bryce and employed In hi*i stall our (,"" ""Inlf." landings!, nnd Sexton was catching up will go to smash." *
office make* Bhlrley'* acquaintance and ,i I and when 1 need a woods-
the two become friend. Needing money! ,' "And Peitnlngton-" boss like you I'll send for you." with the traffic by Bending the switch I Til risk that. I want to "get rid of

Badly John Cardigan offer* to cull pennlngton "Ah tIP, poor PonnlnKton 1 Mon engine crew out for one tralnload, that worthless red cedar timber ; so I
the Valley of the Giant, but the
Colonel confident the property mut *qon| pauvre Set lit" Buck sighed comically At eleven o'clox-k Saturday night the even though It was SUl1dll). The crew I, think you hud better buy it back from

enemle be hi* through the bankruptcy .of hi* : "He will he Just twenty-four hourslate. deputy United States marshal arrived had been used to receiving orders I me at the name figures at which you
*. Un
known to contemptuously her uncle, Hhlrley refuae buy* the i ." In Sequoia. Upon the advice of Buck from Rondeau, and moreover they I j sold It to 10..." '

Valley and the Cardigan* have a new I "You old hp.foll" Bryce murmured. were not aware of his recent action; "But I haven't the and I
Ogllvy he
however made money
lea** of builne** life. They Intereit no attempt "I Cannot Trust You
tal and decide on a aoheme to parallel e."I- "Y ou wicked wicked man 'I" at service that night notwithstanding hence at hla command they ran the to Manage My can't borrow It. I_I_"
Pcnnlngton'* logging railroad. Buck switch engine out of the roundhouse I|i Financial Affair* In th* Future."
Ogllvy lifted his lapel and the fact that Jules Itondeuu and his "I will linve tlu equivalent in Btock

CHAPTER XIII.-Oprllvy. la a builneu sniffed luxuriously at his white carnation bullies still guarded the cru "lng. At coupled up the two flat cars and thewr..klnlC any other way out of It I of the Lagunn Grande Lumber com
Intorvlew. favorably ImpreMe* th. Mayor the while a thin little smile eight o'clock Sunday car and backed down to the cannot trust pany. You will cull
however on Judge Moore
morning to
and later engage* that official'* *on a* at crossing. Upon arrival Jules Ron manage my financial affairs in '
torney for the new road Through him played around tile corners of his humorous Bryce Cardigan drove him down the future thla for a number to niinplete the transaction and leave
obtain the tiiouth. deau leaned out of the cab window of reasons
they temporary franohlae. "Ah he murmured to the crossing. Buck with him
already your resignation
Ogllvy was presidentof
the as
Pennlngton, finally convinced that th* presently' "life's pretty ,,sweet IlIn'tIn" and balled Bryce. ""M'sleur" he said' principal one being the.
Cardigan Interest are behind the achame, there with his men sui>erlntendIng "Young Cardigan" be I.iiKuna Grande Lumber coinJ -
got* to work to balk them.CHATTPn "do not bozzer to make zee derrick.I Interrupted In "
.... -. erection of a huge derrick close a low voice."I I I'll!)].
XIV.-Pennlngton. r.fue* to the heap of obstructions placed on bOI'e here zee wrecking cal"--fll1 you "
suppose so, Bhe ( Continued Next Week
need ; pretty soon we lift him off answered "al )
Bryre the une of a Incomutlve and truck CHAPTER XVII. the crossing., Sexton was watching zee
to move equipment for laying a *wltch him crosnlng, I tell you ..h. "['lIleur Cardigan though I think until very recently -
and Hryne and Ogllvy plan to teal both uneasily, and flushed as Ogllvyiwlnted that it waa those sixteen:
and during th. night put In a croanlng Eteuta followed each other with refreshing hint out to the marshal. ? red cedar towushlpaof "Found Seven Dead Rats in Bin Next
rutting Pennlngton'* track* In th* city. Bryce stepped over to the switch --that crown grant In
rapidity 1 While the crew of "There'a your meat marshal" he British Morning"
I'ennlngton bribe* Mayor Pounditon* to Columbia In which
Ignore the temporary franchlae granted the big locomotive on the crossing announced. The marshal, approached engine and looked up at hla late enemy. me to Invest you Induced
and to refun a permanent one. That busied themsehes and extended "By whose orders la this trainhereT" four hundred thousand Robert Woodruff says: "My premises
I night. hear getting up steam. toward Sexton a copy dollar You
Pennlngton the Cardigan l. will remember
he queried."Mine that were infested with rata. I tried
tmcKlnylng at work Sexton' and Jules Itondenu of the you
crew and hurrlee to tolled at restraining order. :The latter purchased that
the pot. the loading of tlie discarded.. holler and struck It nslde and refused to accept ," Rondeau quickly answered. Caribou Timber timber for me from the RAT SNAP on friend's recommendation.

CHAPTER XV.-Bryce and Ogllvy d I..regard heavy castings uboard two flat cars.Ity whereupon the deputy marshal tapped "M'sleur Sexton I have tie like one You said It was company. Limited. Next morning found seven dead

Pennlngton'* freniled remonstrance* utilizing the steel derrick on the him on the shoulder with It. leetle pig and lock her In her ofOce.I ment. Quite an unparalleled invest rats in bin, ,two near feed box, three
and continue work but th* Colon) get recently I
word to the, Mayor and alno employ* a company's wrecking cur, this task was "Tag I You're out of the game, my work now for M'sleur. matter how that I in stall. Found large number since.
decperado to ihoot llryc. Kryre I* wound friend' be And be did. He waited you were the princi
completed by n..n.0I..1 nfter luncheon said pleasantly.As not for a No smtll from dead rats RAT SNAP
ed. Work on th* track la *toiped by the pal' owner of the Caribou Timber I -
chief of police: Hhtrley I accunea her uncle : the mogul backed up the main line, the document fluttered to Sex confirmation from hi* new master but Limited Smart' company dries! them up. Beet thing have ever
of conniving at the murder of Bryce. and post the switch Into the LagunaidtHiule ton's feet; the latter turned to Jules proceeded to direct operations like as you are used."
the Colonel leave* for fcnn Oanrliiro to somebody swindled you with that red Three sizes 35c, 65c $1.25.Sold .
\ afeguard hi* Intereet through further >'urds ; whereupon the switch Rondeitu. "I can no longer take the born driver and lender of men cedar. It ,

". legal proceeding*. II j I engine kicked" Iba two flat cars and the charge here, Hondeuu" he explained. that he was. With his late .employ timber BO was read a the wonderful stand of Starke.and guaranteed by D. C.- Jones,

CHAPTER XVI.-Anticipating Penningtdn' |I wrecking cur out of the ard and down I **I am forbidden to Interfere." er's gear he fastened to the old castings but fifty per cent of cruiser's It report- Adv.

action. Ogllvy ha* made arrangementf to the crossing, where the obstructions "Jult'H Homlenu con do re Job" the and the boiler lifted them with and despite Us
tp *ecure a restraining order from II. I were : voodboKs the derrick on the flourishing appearance Is
the federal court enjoining. the Colonel I promptly unlnailcd. The police replied. easily. "Ze law wrecking car and hollow-butted I And
I. from Interfering with the construction of WH tohed the operation with alert Interest : she have Hot restrain' me. I guess, I swung them up and around onto the fifty cent'of the remaining No Argument.
their line. Victory for the Cardigan I* hut forebore 'tiiebbexo. don 1 flat cars. By the middle of per sound timber cannot .
; plainly In light. to Interfere In this you take dose theeligH )' the afternoon be logged" unlesa the roltten "AD, war experts In this community
\ hlgh-lmndeil: cloning of a public thor- away, ('h. M'slenr Cardigan. Myself the crossing w an once more clear. logged also and timber Is r asked the new arrival. "No" answered
I lak ...... gotten out of the '
Kpghfare. I I Then the Cardigan crew fell upon It And I am Informed wa). the native. "We're all teller-

"Oh, but It doc. "Tv told :yon To Sexton's annoyance. and secret The duputy marshal bunded Itondeau while Jules Roudeau ran the train &spell baokru that logging It bul friendly hereabouts."

:iIi. about old Dunonn McTavlsh Molra's 'apprehension Bryce Cardigan nnd a paper, at the same time showlnehls back to the Lugunn" Grande yards, dismissed tc).

'. father haven't IT" Ogllvy: nodded ana| llui'k Ogllvy promptly appeared on the I badge. "You're out too. m.y *his (crew returned to the. mill She gazed at him steadily, but with

Brjrc continued: "When I fired the scene, both very cheerful and lavish frl.. .d." he laughed. "Don't I* toni lIsh office, and released the manager. out then malice ; his face crimsoned and 1886

old icoundrel for booztn, It almost with expert advice a" to the' best I to try to buck tile law If you do "You'll pay through the noi* for paled ; presently his glance

broke hlg heart ; lie Imd J to leave limnboldt I method ,*>f expediting the Job In hand.To I shall. hove to place a nice little pair thla, you scoundrel," Sexton! whim ought the carpet. While be struggled

where evcryliudy knew him, *obe I nrjce's surprise Jules Itondiiui appesred of handcuffs on you and throw jou In pered. "I'll flx you, you traitor." her to formulate a verbal defense against

wandered down Into Mrndoclno to take secret enjo\u\eiit of Jail-and If you rexlst arrest I shall "You feex nothing. M'sleur Sexton." accusation Shirley continued : DAVISINSURANCE

county and. got a job ticking lumber I this gnod-nuturvd chatting of the Laguna have to nhoot you. I hate one of Rondeau rvplled 11II1)'rtul'buhly.Vho "You had erected a huge sawmill

In the drying ynrd of the Wllllta Lumber :' Orande nmnnger. Occasionally these little retraining orders for l Is witness Jules Rondeau tie you up? and built and equipped a logging road

company. lie' been there two 'hI' ejed Bryce curiously Imt without every ahl-bodled man In the tagnna Somebody se<.. you, no? I guess you before ;you discovered you bad been

months now and I am Informed' b1 I IhU animus, and presently he flashed the Grande Lumber company's employ don feex me. Sucre 1 I (TUCKS you dwindled. So In order to save as

employer that old Mac hasn't taken | hitter a lightning Mink asIf to sny : thanks to Mr. Ogllvy'H foresight ; BO donf tr,)'." much a* possible from the wreck yon

a drink In all that time. And "What M fool Sexton Is to oppose" It Is useleND. to try to heat thin game decided to unload your white elephant

.. what's more he Isn't going to taken )'lIul" on a !technicality." CHAPTER XVIII. !on somebody elae. I was the readiest STARKE

again." "Well Itondenu." r>c<> hulled the Sexton, who still lingered made agenture victim. You were the executor: of my.

"Bow do you know7" wcMKls-boss cheerfully, "I see jou bate of surrender.. "t'lmnUs your Colonel Pennlngton's discovery at father's J estate you were my guardian

"Becauae 1 make It my buslneoa to quite recv\er..d from that working <'I't'''. Itondeau." be ordered. "We'rewhipped San Francisco that Bryce Cardigan ,an* financial adviser and so you found -

flnd out. Mac was the finest woodbosaJhls over I gnve you some time ago. No 1 to a franzle." had !stolen bis thunder and turned the It very very easy to swindle me I" OIT> Ta te!..*. cbls. T WKrmton

county ever "knewjhence you hard feeliuiii. 1 trust 1 kUouidu't euro A. glenm of! -ylen iiry.: n2t unmixed. bult 'uuon him: was. the hardest blow I "I Imd ray back to thAt wall,." he *vtullty auc jDemy by imrifytaf and -
rkInth* blood. Y....cell feelfcatra*>.
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- -_ -- - --- i fa I calf-caught-i in a slough close to the spent Thursday with their lion, Ray, r
----- beach, the receding tide having left at Sampson.

New of Florida in Short Paragraphs. i ii i ii v them in shallow water. The aviators Mlis Lois Moody spent the week

wwww m wwwww.*rw"y. www w wwarwj wwwwwww.+ I landed, obtained a high-powered rifle, with relatives at New Ri\er.
i r 2 II III flew back over the slough; and took Joe Durt>bell was business caller

i | Live State News| : i nine shots at the big whale. They< to the county seat Saturday. LUC!
I registered several hits as they couldI I. L. Ogden and son, Marvin wen
t ....-"--_&&..n.nw..a..a..a.a... I II I see the big whale jump and ""him- visitors to Cyril Wednesday.Roy 4

Told by Our Exchanges. mie", but were unable to kill her. Roberts was a business visitor STRIKE

I ; _. __ .. I IF When the tide came in the two fish to Ziff Friday.

F{ - --- / made their escape to deep water James Reynolds was a business visItor I II "Ii5 TOASTD"CIGARETTE,

A man believed to be F. E. Lee of law however Bays that "nothing but I to the county seat Wednesday I
.., Sheriff W. R.. Monroe, of St. Lucie Crews of Long Bridge, >
Eau Gallic was probably fatally Injured necessities may be sold on Sunday. Rev. Dock *
',. when an automobile crashed into and the grocers say that groceries are county was drowned in Indian riverat preached here Sunday I

a tree on the St. Augustine road certainly in the necessity class-ai GENUINE Oslo, the accident occurring when Mrs. J. Pinholster and daughter; ,
near Jacksonville. Martindale,, the are keeping right on with the "open the engine of a captured boat, loaded Lubedia and Josephine, and Ardel !

driver, Is being; held without bond by shop" policy. "BULL"DURHAM with liquor, and being brought; to Ft. Crosby, of lirookcr, attended church I
i l authorities pending an investigatio Pit.ree. exploded, setting the boat on here Sunday. No cigarette has t i
Shrimp shipments through the Fer- fire and burning it to the water's t'dil'o. James Reynolds was a business via. the same delicious .

The Japanese steamship Brazil }Ia- nandina express office fl'OmMardi" 1 The sheriff, Deputy Donaldson and itor to Starke Saturday flavor as Lucky

ru, arrived Sunday and loaded a cargo to 22nd total as many barrels as were I Hosier Drawdy were in the boat i at John McKinney and children, of Strike. Because
of phosphate rock this week at the handled the* whole of March, 1920. I the time Donaldson and lira we at the homeof a
Seaboard elevator. She is of very Freight shipments for the month of tobacco makes 50 swam to safety but the sheriff, probably Sampson his sister, spent, Mrs. Hiram Wynn. I Lucky Strike Is the

large tonnage having a capacity of i January, independent of express shipments ; flood cigarettes for burned by the explosion was unable Tommy Oldham spent the week-emi toasted cigarette.
4,259 tone'net. This is the first Jap-I were a. follows Canned, 305-, to make it. His body had not in Hawthorne

anese ship to arrive in this port in I 181 pounds; fresh S)09,100) pound I lOc been recovered, although the river Roy Kalch, of Hampton, was a visitor "
history of Fernandina. Shipments for the month of February was drugged& in an effort to find It. to our burg Sunday afternoon. @ Z :
The boat, it is said, was captured bya
wereCanned, 30,672 pounds; fresh, Messrs. Viola Reynolds Clarence
Hemando county daily ships milkto "920,800 pounds.Approximately. deputy sheriff, Drawdy and two and Henry Padgett spent Sunday afternoon I _
Tampa and St. Petersburg on a other m'n. being aboard. The deputy I : :
in Waldo been visiting his for
co-operative system the producer receiving this season will not be as large as i informer telephoned to the sheriff who went uti i parents past :
$100,000 is being expended Marvin Ogden was a visitor to two week, returned Friday to Miami.
the full amount paid for his for the founding of Florida years, it Is said, but the qua and located the boat to bring it back I'
a Brooker Sunday afternoon Isaac Strickland of Plant City, is .
milk, less operating expenses. During Christian Home for the aged in Jack- ity of the early potatoes Is declaredto to Fort Pierce, two of the men having I '
the of his uncle J. S. Norman.
Mimes Estolle: Wusdm and Beulah guest ;
January, an average of 200 gallons sonville. The has be the best ever seen. The labor been brought back by automobile. The
organization purchased : Mrs. W. H. Norman and childrenreturned
Harvey, of Waldo, spent the weekend
daily was shipped.The a building in Murray Hill: formerly situation shows a marked Improvement deputy was slightly burned by the ,1
to their home in Jacksonville
with Miss Mattie Ogden.Mr .
over last year and for that rear explosion*, which blew him entirely
"no fence stock law"to occupied by a military academy the is and Mrs. A. McKinney, of Lou- Fftulay, after visiting Jeer parent
proposed son season expected to be short. out of the boat.Tbursday .
in addition to the old 'I
and remodeling
Mr. and Mrs i D. L. for the
be presented to the next session of ise, were visitors here Sunday after ,
the legislature will meet with opposition structure they are building addition More than usual interest will be attached night Croskey Gainesville noon. past two weeks. She was accompanied
The home will accommodate 100 ; a '
persons Misses r
a' home by her two .
from. Levy county stockmei and will be under the supervision to the popular shark fishing at negro while riding down West A crowd of young folks enjoyed I
The stockmen formed St. Petersburg in the future the peanut popping at the home of Jou Beatrice and Marltut'rite.I'hll1ipll..
recently an organization of the board of commissioners, acting as Main street in his Ford; "dinkey .
: for the purpose of fight. through the local churches result of a request from Cornell University passed a young white carnival woman Durcholl. I A rain would! be appreciated by ,
ing adoption of the proposed meas- for, an unlimited number of and remarked "hello, kid." The woman The contest between the reds and, I the farmers of our section. I t'wt..Jdin

ure. "Bonce," the giant baboon who for shark heads which the scientific department did not reply and the negro drove blues at the First Christian church Sunday morning, a beautiful home
cloned afternoon. The red solemnized at the home
desires for experimental Baked Sunday was ;
past turned and back and
the last 5 has graced S"rinA'field came -
The American Silk Industry Company years purposes. The reqiirst for the head her to go to ride with him. A complaint came out victoriously, winning 202 of Mr and !Mrs. Henry Howard when
and for whom the city
park '''
capitalized at $500,000, has J'C- zoo stated that the university desired the was math against the joints and the blues 1H5 points, and their youngest daughter\ Miss. Modulo !
is longer resident of negro
sived a charter and
organization has been announced*. The so obnoxious and ungentlemanly would continue to( purchase them: until Saturday night about eleven o'clock. for our social. I: Wi-nloy Crews, of 1'lant City. The

corporation proposes to iporate a- silk the city commission ordered his house further notice. It ii is said that about midnight a partyof Rev and !Mrs lleiryan Dyal, of pallor was banutlfully decorated with,
farm in St. Johns county and already Sampson, attended church here Sunday 1'lIlIe"and- The
: boarded up so he might be hidden 18 citizens gathered, quietly went to plants. ceremony
thousands of mulberry trees have from the sight of the public. .Search' Jack Lindsay, ,is 'dead; plea. the jail, removed the lock and took ,, by Rev. I). L. Phillip" after fr
been set out in East VuKiruine, for for a purchaser has been succcssfu Undiay has father, is badly nho;. Croskey, placed him in an automobile which the &guests were invited to
feeding the silk worms. and now Bosco travels with a carni-! and Cleve Lewis a neighbor, was badly and went south on the Rochelle road. WOODLAWNWoodlawn the dining!: roomvlioro a bountiful ,
cut following a controversy the When arriving near Prairie creek, the wedding dinner was served, by the
Avowing his salary as a teacher i in: vaj- company. trouble occurring near the southern party halted got from their can, April 1,-Mrs. Edward bridu's mother Tho young couple left

the public schools was so small that part of Santa Rosa county. What droppe&the<< negro's trousers and took! Milliard and children, of Valrico, returned amid conglutination,! on the 2:30:
he could not meet his debts, L. G. Tir Glenn Robinson, negro, arrested the trouble was about has not yet I a three-inch rubber machinery belt, to their home Saturday aftera train for Plant City, where they will
ton, of Cottage Hill, has filed with the here Monday on a charge of violating been ascertained, but from what tai I land gave him a severe flogging. After week's visit here with her parents I begin housekeeping!
cers who captured him. The officers Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips
Federal court petition for voluntary be learned from other _
a ,parties it i is the whipping was over the negro was
found a barrel buried on the negro'sfarm ; I Mr. Arnold"Mlddit, of Maoclonny,
bankruptcy. The case is the first thought to have been about '
discovered money; again put in the car and brought: backto
in the district in which a schoolteacher and digging it up matters.' Lewis after I' was visitor here Saturday.
several stitches a point east of the city, where he<
that it contained mash. With small
David Little of Mrs Maggie
has asked for release from his 1 had been taken in his wounds, was put out and told not to let another DodN O' Liver Tone
iron foot >> .
pipes nearly every square Browning, met with a very serious
liabilities. hunted the sheriff
up sun find him in Gainesville or Alachui
of the place was sounded and twenty; I. accident early Thursday, morning.
and was placed in jail. The has been
Three negro prisoners in the Madi four other barrels were located. A since.county. negro notr- seen. While playing on tho porch he fell Killing Calomel Sale

eon county jail dug through the steel copper still with a capacity of 100 Fred Norris and E. N. Norris, brother and broke his leg just above his knoc.

floor of the cage where they were con- gallons daily and about 100 gallonsof are under arrest charged will Dr. Drown, of Lawtey, wan called avid
moonshine liquor were seized.In GRAHAM the broken limb and he Is resting Don'* tlok n or mltraU yourself or c'
brick wall of the
fined, dug through a the shooting of Luther Keen, a farmer partjyaa your umaltivs liver l>jr taking
building climbed a fence and escap who resides about ten miles northof very well at thin writing.Mr calomel wbiofa Is quicksilver. Your
ed. The remaining prisoner notified recognition of the courage displayed Lake City. Keen, who was brought Graham, April 1.-Math Wasdii and Mrs. Roscoe Sapp, of Mimi dealer wild oanli bottle of pluanajit,
the sheriff who pursued them, but so by Policeman Charles Lee In in Sunday night: suffering from gun; was a business visitor to Starke Monday arc here! for a few days vlttit liarmliw "Dadmm'm Liver Tone" under e ran
thwarting the efforts of five yeggmai with her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. 11 Ironclad, nwmpy-lMuik\; giiarantm
far have been apprehended. hot wounds in both arms told the
none that It nyruUto the liver, utonmch and
Messrs.! O. W. Dyal and J. B. Mum
who attempted to break into the officeof I 'hompson.
authorities that the Norris brother! bowels botttir Uuut calomel without making
The city council of Key West bas the American Express Companyin lad ambushed and shot him while hi M'd spent Tuesday fishing at Sampson J. .S. Phillips; of Miami, who has you tick-is million bottles odd.KillThat' .

granted Carl Aubuchon and associates! Eustis last week, a purse of one was on his way to visit a nuighbor. lake.Math ".
a franchise for a fresh water supply] i hundred dollars was presented the The shooting is said to have been the Wasdin, Misses Equilla nix I
system, to te fed by a proposed pipe policeman by citizen of Eustis. Mr. culmination of a grudge of long duration on, Bessie Abernathy of Tampa/and 1
1 line to the mainland. Constructionmust Lee, single-handed battled with the Frances Murrhee attended the movies '
commence within twelve months; would-be robbers who opened a fusi in Starke Tuesday night.R. ; Cold With ti

and be finished in three years. This lade of shots when the officer appeared The steamer St. Johns, which formerly S. Wusdin and wife were busiitss ,

i* considered the greatest project yet on the scene. plied between Jacksonville and visitors to Crooker Wednesday e 'Lt: ;
for the benefit of Key West.: Black Point, has been secured to make Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hurnsed, of Wes! -4. + .1
An interesting experience fell to the the Palatka-Jacksonville. run. It will Calm Beach, who have been visiting

John P. Wilson of near Winter lot of seven passengers on board the begin its new run at once and will: be olotivos and lends for the past two J
Park was sentenced to hang for the aeromarine flying boat Ponce de Leon used largely; In carrying Irish pota week.) left Wednesday for Homeland, CASCARA QUININES

murder of Mrs. Emma Dyal, his sis which was forced to alight in the gull toes; to Jacksonville for shipment to Gar j

:. ter-in-law, December 31st last. The on account of motor trouble. The the North. There ia such a Having In MUs Besstd Abernathy returned to FOR AND

t date of the execution will be set by pilot made a perfect landing in the the water rate on potatoes to New her home In Tampa Wednesday. Colds, Couili ....OM\y La Grippe D. ,i:
the governor. A motion was an investigation water and within half an hour was York and other Eastern markets thatIt Mr. Broxton of Loochloosa, has '
of his sanity was over In communication with five or six vessels ii expected that most of the ship-. been here the past week repairing or1 Neglected Colds are Dangerous '

ruled by the judge of the circuit by wireless. At three o'clock the meats this year will be by water. The no chancca. Kp this standard ,.m.d,. handy for th. Drat 4Tk !..... ;,

court. airplane crew and passengers were rate to the West by rail is practically! rans.Miss Ethel Byrd, who has been via Breaks up a cold In 24 hour KcllavM. i
picked up by a steamer and returnedto prohibItive. being in the neighborhood ting relatives for the past' few weeksIn Grippe in 3 days-EicclUnt for Hudache

Sixteen dairy cows belonging to J. Key West, not one having gotten of |2.40 per barrel. Kingsland, Ga.,, Nassau and Titus Quinine In this form d.... not .f ct the baad-Caccara. le ....t Tonic
Roland Adams of Key West, died as pet, although an extremely heavy sea rille, returned home Tuesday. Laxative-No Opiate In Hill's.
the result of some kind of poisoning. was running at the time. Murder surrounded by mystery, J. A. Groves and Bobby Surrency '"
A Jacksonville veterinarian there is was committed In the dining room of were business visitors to the county ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

said to have stated the case is similarto Pasco county seems to have pulled the Granada hotel St. Augustine seat Tuesday.

a recent one of the northern part .the plum for an amateur spelling when C. W. Powell who claims Waco, George: Prescott and sister Ella
of the state where thirty cows died I school. One of the transfers of realty Fixes, as his home, was instantlj largraves arid children of Bartow, J
from eating some defective feed. The recorded there declares property beIng killed: when four shots were fired spent the week visiting relatives.
. .. ..
dairyman lost three cows and a horse sold belonged to Juhu Ruahomoma his body by a party or parties, at Mrs. Lando Maines and daughters,, ----- ----- --- --' -- -

in the same manner about three days of Pohiluoma Province of Loh- present unknown.. Notwithstanding Wilma and Sunshine, of Mounteocha. ,
ago. luoma, county of Kurekka, Finland,, the fact that nearly a score of men were here Thursday ohopping. leRB -
and the deed was attested by Cival were in the dining room when the Messrs. Leaston and Lacy Wynn, of _

The Montverde Industrial school has Arerilell, who was the kruununnlmerof hooting occurred, the authorities Starke, were business visitors here'
received an excellent printing press the locality where Juhu resided. have been unable to procure any eye Thursday. FIT -tJVERSIZE" CASINGSMichelin 1 ,
from the Lake Region Publishing Co., The deed covered only ten acres! The witnesses and the guilty party or Autumn Youngblood and wife of TUBES +

publishers of the Eustis Lake Region. office of register of deeds in Pasco parties have made their escape, not Valdo, were business visitor here .f.
This fine press was given to the county is painful, yet nevertheless being as yet apprehended. Thursday.

Montverde school because of their Interest 1 leeessary. Ethel Dyal, of miff', spent Thursday
in the'work being done by the I Using an airplane to locate illegal at the home of her grandparents Mr. Tubes are {r' a. '
school and as a help in the equipment It has been reported that the FlorIda tills is the latest move of Federal and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. full Hize in 1p' i '

of a printing department which not I East Coast railway will begin to prohibition officer Cooper who succeeded Phillip Crosby and ton, Eugene, of and are
not only do much of the printing of construct about 100 miles of Its line Thursday in locating a big, Brooker, were here on business Fri therefore not
in between Jacksonville and Key West, complete outfit by this meth- '"
the school but will also train boys copper trctched thin under "
the printing business. having ordered 16,000 tons of 90- od. Mr. Cooper had the use of the day.Bob Jones of Sampson was In our Inflation.! This&&';
pound rail and approximately 1500 airplane 'to search for a boat loaded town Friday. advantage la especially y

The grocery stores of Punta Gorda tons of tie plates from the Bethlehem with liquor which was supposed tobe Math Wasdin was, a visitor to Wal- Important Ykrj
have been in the habit of keeping Steel Corporation. The company in the vicinity of the head of indian do Thursday. when" buying tube '
to begin: work soon on the river while Oak for Cord Urea ka' tall
recently a expects and flying
open on Sundays-but over Mrs. Sam Puns and son, of Monte- "oversize" ??il '
complaint was made by church goers new bridge across the St. Johns river Mil discovered a still in operation in cha> were here Friday.Mr ar,
and the sheriff' was summoned from here replacing the present single the scrub oak near that town. Carefully and Mrs. Alfred McKinney SMITHS GARAGE
Arcadia to put a stop to it. The state track structure with one carrying two marking the place the officer Starke. Fla. a C4 P t

tracks. returned to New Smyrna, took his car !b!QI"' 'JI i ie
A. TONIC and help and drove to the place findIng COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
barrels of potatoes to the
Tasteless chill Tonic restores Forty-five the still.Shooting .
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and acre was the yield of some of the land a Full Line of I

Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its at, Federal Point when digging began whales in the Atlantic Undrtaftt' Supplies L

strengthening,invigorating effect. see howIt recently in East Palatka; Hastings ocean from an airplane is the latest ---
brings color to the checks and how and Federal Point section The yield port stunt at Coronado beach and AUTOMOBILE HEARSE e I
the appetite, you will then since the stunt was pulled one day Always on hand. The best service mistake
It Improves You will make a
Habitual Constipation curedIn at the lowest price Special Reduction In Prices
last week there has been general Big
Its tonic value. a fertilizer i-
appreciate true 14 to 21 Day attention to telegraph or- If you order your
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply I "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" .U a spoclaDy demand from persons who want to try ..... Registered Embalmer. without getting our new price lists just Issued Plentyof
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual the sport the next time the opportunity Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In R
like It. The blood It relieves promptly but offers. A close watch is being -
pleasant even children ''C;>tlpation. :
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to .miild be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day. kept for another chance. While flying DeWlff C. JONES fcectnideg: Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
Malarial germs and Induce regular action. It Stlmu\atesand FLA. .E. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
Enrich It.. Destroys t o : over the water Aviators Woody STARKE,
Very Pleasant to Takagi 60c: FLORIDA
Its Strengthening. Invigor gulntes.; JACKSONVILLE
Grip germs by bottle. and Pcnnlngton sighted a big cow and
Sting Effect. .Oc ter




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