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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 8, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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MEETING OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS INSPECTION SHOWS IIEALTIIY I I U. D. C. MEETING HOMELESS FLORIDA CHILDREN GEORGIA IIAYNES' lUltTHDAY HIE LEGISLATURE i

COWS I, PLEADING FOR GQOD HOMES I PARTY -
meeting Law Maker Convened Tuesday and
L The April of the W. T. ---
In county -commissioners court No SII'II'of 'Tuberculosis 'round In !1 I i Weeks Chapter U. D. C. was J held A serious situation has developedin Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes gave; lIne Busy Time

Herd of L. 11. GreenL. Wednesday afternoon at the residenceof Florida concerning the homeless ,, their little daughter, Georgia: Catherine -
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April i children of tho state, under a lovely birthday party Thursday -' The Florida legislature convened in
The board was called to order by Mrs W, L. WalU on Cherry street ;and orphan [
D. Green is Children's Home 1: afternoon, ht their home on Tallahassee Tuesday morning and immediately a '
Chairman C. A. Robert Other member our dairyman, anxious The president, Mrs. L. JD. Powell I the care of the
as follows: J. M. Brown- to have his fine Jersey cows I presided over the session, and Miss Society of Florida, for it seems Impos,I Church street, this charming little begun work in varnpst. In
present
lee S. T. Dowling, H. P. Gainey and healthy and to have the milk he sells Amelia Icy acted seecretary' pro Bible to secure enough good family lady having reached the fourth milestone the senate, Senator McWIlliams, of

JR.,H. Williams. perfectly free' from 'tuberculosis tern. Considerable routine businesswas homes to provide for these little homeless I I in her journey of life. : St. Johns, was elected president, and

Minutes of March: 7th read and ap germs. For this reason he appliedto : disposed of, after which the president youngsters especially thono from ,I The Easter Idea was carried out in in the house, after much balloting,

proved. the state veterinarian .(or a veterinary appointed a finance committee five years up to'fourteen years, both ,I every detail of tho party, tho children: Frank E. Jennings was elected speak .

Upon motion of II. P. Gainey, Liz- inspector to come to .his place ; for the next three months namely: 'boys and girla. I I enjoying the always delightful amusement er. Governor llardee rend his message -

rie Hall was placed upon the )'paupei, northwest of Starke and examine his Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. W. J. Ep I" The demand for babies still exceeds I of hunting for Easter' ergs. I/oi- I which was in conformity with

roll with an allowance of $3.00 per cows. The state; of Florida and the person and Miss Etta Tison. Part of I I I the supply all the time therefore the ;|, la Dea Andrews found tho largest the views expressed In his inaugural

month. U. S. department of agriculture work the arrangements were made for the home society has no difficulty in securing -, number of eggs, and received ;the address ,I

Upon motion of S. T. Dowling, E. together for prevention and spread of Memorial Day exercises, on the 26th 1 plenty of good homes for we 1 1I ;: girl's prize, a tiny wagon drawn by a The president of the senate lost no ;

T. and Callie Thornton were placed tuberculosis among cattle, and Inspector (inst. The following were appointed babes Children from babies up to ': rabbit. Among the boys, Miltonrhpwnlee time In appointing committees: ITon. .

upon the pauper roll with an allow M. V. Springstun arrived the oth- on the cemetery committee: Mrs I five years of ale, are also in constant ;I Jr., found the largest number D. 13. Knight, of this district was especially "

ance of $5 per month for both of them er day upon Mr. Green's request A. Davis( Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. L.j'I' demand, but children above live years !;,. of 'rggs and was also awarded a favored with appointments, ;:

Carrie Albert, pauper, was raised From the certificate given by the Inspector M. Brownlee, and Mrs. W. J. of age somehow,. do not seem to be rabbit and wagon. The contest of ', lie was made chairman: of the committee ';,
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from $2 per month to (4 per month. wo gather the following facts: lion. Committee on decorations: Miss wanted at all. pinning a lettuce leaf in the rabbit's on prisons and convicts, and

Amanda Kennedy asked for pauper I'' Number cows examined, 18. Olive Ray Mrs. George A. Anderson, As a result the receiving home of I mouth was greatly enjoyed by the members of the following committees

.Allowance! and same was referred to Number passed (healthy), 18. Mrs. J. M. MltchelL the Children's Home Society in Jacksonville small people Elizabeth Andrews and ) Miscellaneous legislation, mil

J.: M. Brownlee for report fet next Number suspicious, none. The director of 'the Ruby Davis is overcrowded with children Eldridge Robinson each being the for itary affairs, constitutional amendments -

meeting:' This is a perfect showing and can chapter C. of C., Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, from! six to thirteen years of age, I tunate winners of a toy rabbit. : ,I agriculture.. and forestry, engrossed

The following. bonds were approved not be improved upon., The cows arc reported that the chapter had been or- there being many more boys than A beautiful whi'tn Iced take, em bills, judiciary. This will
: kept clean, have plenty of good food ganized with twelve charter mem i girls. ,, bossed in pink, centered the dining'I keep-him busy, for the post are all p'

W. O. Brooks, Lake Butler. and are healthy, therefore the milk I i I' room table, and four littlo pink candies important ones, but Mr. Knight la a

Notary Public H. O. Brown, Starke.J. they give is all right. The' milk service bers.Mrs.. L. A. Davis sent the chaptera Many of these attractive boys and and will girls make are i I i i: burned merrily on this wonderful i worker and does not shirk duties j

B. Sapp; Starke, as deputy sher given by Mr. Green is so good copy of the new book, "The South the exceedingly finest kind of men. and rnke. On the table around thel 1 The house, having such a heavy
iff. and so cheap, till first one, then another ern Women In War Times," for which young cake were tiny chickeps, rabbits and membership, was not organized as .
Communication received from Tam- finds that it is cheaper to buy the chapter gave a rising vote of women asithoy grow where up, if they will can baskets of Easter eggs, all of which i: quickly as tho senate. The first appointments ..
homes they
pa asking the approval of the boardof milk from him to to have one's own thanks only have find reasonable good opportunity for education combined to fill with delight: the l made were those of the
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county commissioners for a raise cows, and sell their animals, glad to The names of Mrs. George A. Anderson hearts of the small guests. I attaches of the house, to-wit:
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in the license on motor vehicles. On get rid of the trouble and expense. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman were training.lIo'me. :I Mrs Haynt's assisted by. Hazel Assistant chief clerk, M. F. Brown.

motion the commissioners refused to presented as new members, and the The Children's Society must Middleton, Lucile ,Mitchell, Florence i Bill clerk, Mrs. W R. Dorman.
recommend a raise in such tax and HONORING PRIVATE WILLIE. chapter unanimously voted to receive find good homes at once for these chil Andrews and Elise Jones, entertainedthe Reading clerk, W B. Lanler

instructed the clerk to so notify the JONES' BIRTHDAYAt them. dren, for,the receiving home has avery children and nine served them I Anlsstant reading rll'rkIIsI, Hazel
Delegates to the state convention, limited capacity and other children -. Hough. A
representatives and senator from i with delicious ice cream and cake. ,
Bradford county, now in Tallahassee. the high school auditorium on which convenes in Pensacola on May are constantly coming in from Each guest received ns a favor a small Engrossing clerk R. W. Edwin.

The matter of selecting: some suit Tuesday morning, exercises were held 4th, were elected as follows Mrs. J. all part of the state needing the care "come back baby" doll. Enrolling/: clerk, J, B. Sharman.
able to take the county exhibits in honor of the anniversary of the E. Wilson and Mrs..J. M. Mitcheir; of the, society, and there will be no I' Sergt person
The guests attending this
to the elate fair came up and birthday of Private Willie Jones, 'who alternates, Mrs. W. E. Davis and Mrs: room for'them unless those at present merry !Messenger, J. N. ]Rogers
party were, Leslie Biggs! Joo Edwards '
Frank Rivers was considered the pro was for a number of years a student L G. Powell In the ,home cnn be placed out. Jr., Martha Powell Richard I Doorkeeper, Henry It. Wheeler.'

per person for,the work and he was of the B. H. S. -The meeting adjourned to meet There surely ,mutt be childless Harvard, Julia Etta Canova, Merrill Chaplain, Henry Mickler.
selected for that Important As an opening number the school again on May 12th at the home of homes,in this county that could make Janitor, J. R. Davis.
unanimously Fetch, Marion and A. M. Pcttit. Jr., ,
work. The fair will be held sang "Star Spangled Banner" which Mrs. W. J. Epperson. a place' for one or more of these home Evelyn and Marjorie Stump, Leila [How our representatives, ,lions. E. ,;

in Jacksonville: in November: and the was followed by Prof. Dowling read- During; the social halt hour ,Mrs less children and just dow is the timeto Dea Andrews, Betty and ROHC(> Mc- M. Johns and C, H. Register, havo

county fair will be held in Lake Butler Ing a scripture lesson from Judges 6: Wall, assisted by Mrs.! J. M. Brown- make your application'' for a fine Lanc, Martha and Milton Ilrownloe, fared In the way of assignments, wo ,

just about a week ahead of the 1931. The Lord's prayer was repeated lee and Mrs W. Q. Stringfellow, served boy or girl, or a pair of them. All Billy Graham, Eunice Canova Sin- have not learned by the time we go

state fair) so that *,he exhibits can in concert, after which Miss Mildred a very tempting sata-1 1 course with applications should be sent directlyto clair Peek, Jr., Eloise and Dorothy, to press) but we are sure! that they, ',

be taken direct! fro'n the county to CrosBy read a memorial paper ice tea. Large pink "Radiance ruses Marcus C. Fagg, state superintendent Bitch, Lester Price Eldrudge* and like former Bradford legislators, will
the state fair. about Private Jones. Miss Crosby were given each guest ns favors. 428 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville Vera be put in a position to show the state s
Claire Robinson Paul Knight,
I said that Private Jones was born near The reception room of this attractive Fla., who will gladly provide that tho representatives wo send to ,
J W. Robinson asked he commissioners Lois and Richard Long Clara Louise
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Starke April 5, 1898, and that he attended home was decorated with glowing; just the right youngster for your Tallahassee arc liko everything else
for raise in the allowancefpr and Julian'Peek Jr. A. E. Wall
a I' the Bradford High School from amaryllis lilies,nasturtiums and roses home. Think it over and do it today Jr"1 we produce, high grade.
John Wright and after considerIng Etholin and Dorothy White,
1904 to 1915.' He was a member of before you overlook it. There is no This legislature: will probably go on
the matter he was allowed a raise Darby Jones, Ben and Lillian/
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the First Division and reached France service that record for enacting less laws than
WHEN A LAW IS NOT A LAWIt greater you can ever f
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of month from $5 to $7. berg, Alice Fernandez, Lois end
$2 per ; I
about July 1, 1917. He fought bravely render I any former one. Minor matters will
zel Adkins, Mary Brownlee Pauline
The attention of the commissionerswas
when the war cloud was darkest, is very evident that the Eighteenth be swallowed up by more Important
Miner, Malcolm Duboite, James Richard -
called by Col. A. S. Crews to the near Toul, Arras, Cantigny and other amendment meuHures. Tax revision, apportionment
inflicting prohibi- M. F, BROWN ELECTED ASSIST- '
Wainwright and Mrs. S. I,. Hamrlck. -
fact that an election should be called places on the western battle front. He the no-fence question and county
tion on the United States, and its ANT CHIEF CLERK '! ,
for the election of bond trustees in was fatally wounded in action and brother-in-arms, the Volstead enforce divisions will, apparently, consume

each of the road and bridge districtsin died near Cantigny, France, May 9, ment act, is going to run the famous The many friends! here and In Law- most of the law makers',time.

Bradford county and upon motion 1918. He was buried in the American peace treaty at Versailles a close sea try of Marcus F. Brown were delighted IIAMI'TON

such an election was ordered. Noticeof military cemetery. at Bonvillers, ond when it comes to reservations and to hear that he had been 'elected THE STRAWBERRY MOVKME5T

which 'appears; in the Bradford France. interpretations. A. Mitchell Palmer, assistant' chief clerk of the house in e Hampton, April 8.-Rev, N. T. King

County Telegraph, a paper published Miss Jessie Thomas read Edwin the late attorney general, put in a the present session of the legislature was transacting business In' Starke The showers last week Improved

in Starke. Bradford county.E. I Markham's exceedingly beautiful busy 24 hours during his late date at Mr. Brown is well qualified for this Monday. I tho quality of the berries and they ,

W. Hayes, tax collector, came poem, "Our Dear Overseas," and the the office of the department of justice position as he has had six year. train Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a professional have brought slightly better prices
before the board and asked that the program closed with the song, "When and when he got through tellingMr. ing III' the University of Florida, while visitor to Hampton Monday. than last week-from $5" to $8 per

time for closing the tax books be extended Circles are Broken" sung by ,the Volstead and congress what they there taking'th degree. of bachelor Earl Neal,'who has been the guestof bushel. The average price paid by a

for thirty days and upon motion school, with Miss Ethel Griffin as pianist. did And what they had not done the of law, also of aria and sciences. He Clyde Mullady for the past two big buyer here was, !Monday, ffl.dOj;

same was granted. prohibition enforcement law and the will render efficient service in the po- weeks, returned to hi. home at Jack Tuesday, fl.65j; Wednesday, $0.78.
The sheri! was ordered to have a Pvt. Jones' picture was decorated legislative branch of the government sitioA of assistant chief clerk, as he sonville Sunday evening.J. During the drouth very little bloom

sanitary drinking fountain installedin with flags, the laurel wreath of victory needed an introduction as complete has had sufficient technical trainingand H. Saxon has the brick on the put out, and the bel rice coming In

courthouse, if the cost was rea- and bunting. Vases of roses and strangers. Not only Mr. Palmer, but possesses natural ability. ground and is going to have a large | are from the bloom produced
aonable. amaryllis lilies were also used for dec treasury officials, revenue collectors, During the absence of Mr. Brown, brick building erected for a drug store | They will be exhausted a couple of l

_, Mrs. D. M. McKnight was dropped orations. state legislatures, judges and prohi the business of the Bradford County F, J. Johnson, who is employed by weeks from now, and the berries will t

from the pauper roll for the reason bition enforcement officersjhave taken Abstract Co. will be looked after by the Cress Company in Duval cpunty, then be scarce. a !

ehe If drawing a state pension. THE POSTMASTERSHIP turns in announcing reservations and Mrs, Alma McMillan. returned to his work Monday, aftera
,The following bills were approvedand interpretations until the nation is in short visit with his family here. BIKTHIUY IIINNER

ordered paid: The Telegraph was in error last the midst of a "booze" muddle that WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING; NEXT Miss Emma Hicks, who hat been The children -of Mr. and Mrs. R. II.

Fine and forfeiture, 186.68; Gen week in speaking of Mrs. R.. S. For threatens to engulf us. The constant WEDNESDAYThe visiting relatives and friends. in Plant Green met at their home Sunday to \

eral fund $1207.99; Widows pension, nandez *s an applicant for appoint temptation to make law A matter of City, returned to her homo Friday. I celebrate Mrs. Greene's 61st birthday.

18400. ment as postmaster at Starke. Mrs. judicial interpretation rather than Woman's Club will meet next Cecil Moore and sister, of Thoressa. Thn crowd gathered at about 11

There being no further business the Fernandez is not an applicant for the legislative enactment has reached its Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at were visiting in Hampton Sunday.J. o'clock. There were a number of other ,

board adjourned to meet again on the appointment. She. has served as assistant height in the workings of the prohibition the residence of Mr. S. L. Peek. Hostesses L. Moore, of Starke, was s business relatives and friends invited, who :

first Monday in May, A. D. 1921.C. postmaster for many years amendment, slid it promises to for the afternoon are Mrs. visitor here Tuesday attended, all carrying well filled bas

A. ROBERTS, and has proven herself so efficient in make a farce of the entire proceed- Peek, Mrs F. A. Scott and Mrs. E. T. FrejJ Flume, ef Starke, was transacting kets of good things to eat. At the

G. W. ALDERMAN, Chairman. the work and so uniformly courteousand 'ings. Campbell. Subject: "Health." Motto ,, business here Monday noon hour A long table was spread in .

Clerk. obliging to patrons that a very "Health, the first and best of all L..R. Kalch was shopping In StarkeTuesday' the shade of a tree and everyone en-

large number of citizens would be DOBSON the blessings of life." There will also : Joyed the bountiful spread, as there e

FIVE MILE glad to see her receive the appointment be the annual election of officers), M,. Heiberger, of Brooklyn was a were so many good things to eat and
and have so expressed them- Dobson, April 8-Mr. and Mrs. Jud- -- business visitor to Hampton Tuesday. enjoy.

Five Mile, April 8.-Mr. and Mrs.F. selves. It was out of this expression son Hurst were week-end guests of BAPTIST Willie Johns, of Jacksonville Is the Many songs were rendered appropriate *

R. Drawdy, Mrs. Mattie Drawdy, of sentiment; that the rumor that she her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. guest of his mother, Mrs. Annie Johns for the occasion, as they were

Mrs. Barbara Dukes and son, Math, would be an applicant gained cur- Brannen, of Palestine., 10 a. .m., Bible school this week. all of "home and home coming." Mrs.
Attended the working at Elzy's chapel rence.* Mr. and Mrs.! O. D. Dobbs, of Man 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., preaching services Mr. Youngblood of Theressa, was G. D. Falrcloth and Miss Pearl Green''

Thursday. The contest for the appointmentlies ning, were the week-end guests of her by pastor. a business visitor here Saturday.H. presided at the piano.
cemetery hull; citizenof Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hurst 7 Junior B. Y. P. U., Miss and family who have
Misses Mae Duke and Norma Dekle between Mr. N. B. a parents, p. IlL, B. Peeples Late In the afternoon the crowd dispersed -

returned to Lake Butler Sunday, after many years residence in Starke M. II. Hunt And daughter, Susie, Aldlrman. superintendent. been located In the Sullivan cottage, wishing Mrs. Greene many 1 ,
spending the week-end with their and Mr. II. O. Brown, who recently made A business trip to Lake Butler 7 p. m.. Senior B. Y. P. U., Miss are moving to the cottage belongingto more happy and prosperous birthday.. ,

palenta.: moved here from the western. part of Saturday I Thomas, president. P. B. Hunt on Church street. Those present to enjoy the day were s
J. D. and the county. John Hurst, Marshall And Clarence e ifj, nv Wednesday, prayer meet-
T. H. Rimes and sons, Mr and Mrs. A. Brannen and family
Wilbur, 'visited here Sunday.V Dobbs were vuslness visitors to Rat- ing. LAWTEY Mr. and Mn. J. H. Greene and son, k
Hattie Dukea is visiting her PRESBYTERIAN turd Saturday.Rev. 8:80 p. m., teacher meeting. of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. W. R.

., Mrs. Morgan of Brooker. Griffis Ailed his appointment at 9 p. m.. Wednesday, choir. Rev. and Mn. i>..... eve returnedto Dubodo of Dukes, Mrs. G. 1>. Fair-
We'll be running full blast next ; Manning Sunday. Those who attended ":80 p. m., Thursday, Orchestra
J. M., Ocala.
ttirs. Barbara Dukes and son, Lawtey, after a visit In cloth and daughter, Alva, of Jacksonville ,
i this section W M. Please bear in mind that the pledge
Fri. Sunday and wewantu. from were, p. Mon'
were in Lake Butler on business Prof. Wlmberly was, In town Mr and Mrs. A. I.. Greene
Hurst and sister Johnnie Hurst for two of the $76.000,000 fund a
Sabbath school, at 10 a. m. Nets years day. and family, of Brooker, Mr and Mr.
day.Mesdames C. R. Hewitt and R. B. Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject, "Trans and Agnes Johnson, Mr, And Mrs: L. are delinquent after April 80th. Revival meetings at the Baptist B. Colson and family, of Worthington, '' '
Dobson Joe Andrews and Ned BLANCHARD D. LAW, ?
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sons
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Warren of Little Springs, were the formed. church this week and next. J. Colson, Mrs. Arrle Colson and fam !
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Pastor
guests of Mrs P. P. Dekle Monday.L. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:45 p. m. and Gilchrist. The Woman's Club will hold their ily, Miss Willie Mae Oliver and sister "'I
Cone of Sermon at 7:30 p. m. Subject, "Soul Dan Hurst was a visitor to Lake afternoon. Brooker
S. Dekle and William OF THANKSWe monthly meeting this Mr. and Mrs. C. Colson, of -
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Butler Saturday.G. .
and Prosperity
visitors Health will conduct Tevlvalmeetin&s
business The Cox family ,
Lake Butler were
I The minister will be absent all next W. Hurst was a visitor to Lake -Methodist church
here Saturday. week visiting his family at Kissim- Butler Saturday.The herewith extend our hearty at Grace Mr. and Mrs R. L. Embry who have
W. A. Dekle and J. M. Mott were thanks to the many who so kindly assisted the first two weeks In May. I ,
last week. mee, and attending Presbytery at Rev. Boyer announces hat the member been visiting at the home of Mr. and
here on business office has had its and cheered us during the ser
Eustis, but will return to nil the pul- county judge's of the Baptist church will\ unite Mrs. II. M. Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. jl
Ina and *
furniture ious Illness of daughter, ,
our
""* rearranged and is now more
AT RANDOLPH I pit on the 17th. with Grace church Sunday morning, E. Frank Chase, returned Sunday to sb
convenient. The especially to Dr W. E. Middleton
and good men
DAVID LANDER, y. D. M. roomy
I church unite with the Baptist their home in Jacksonville.
attendance and Grace
and true, while listening to the law- whose skill and unremitting
Snnday,1 subject, service.
Next a. m., church for the evening
Man's Creation or Ev I Earl Middleton. left Thursday for yers' astute arguments, can henceforth preserved her life J. D. Randall is A visitor in Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Chase made A
"The of Mrs.
'y Origin Mr. and Mrs. N wn Jones and the
' Savannah, where he has accepted a I sit comfortably on their shoulder visit to Jacksonville last week
olution. AU welcome town.
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Ba laden Family.
R. D. BOWER. position in Knight's Drug Store. blades I I

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I .1' ., BLACK LEAPS FROM CAR t i ORIGINAL HORSE HAD CLAWS! MINUTE MATTERS MEAN MUCH ,!I DISPUTE OVER USE OF CAVES! I II TRAVELING BY STAGE COACHIn
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"What's in Name?
a Velrton. of Prehistoric Animal Show Statesmen and Other Wrong When Scientists Disagree a* to Whether j I860 a Journey Between "Ban An.

/ Later .Recaptured and Carried' to Jail Br MILDRED MARSHAL That Nature Gave Thorn Some They Scoff at Work Done by | 'They Were Habitations, or Tombs tonlo, Texas, and San 'Diego,

; al Tampa for Safekeeping P.ea.beut v.ur comer mhhtomtel _... what Strange Equipment Research Department i of Primitive Race. Call. Was an' Event.

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",I i I,: Lakeland, April-5-One of the moat your lucky day...eI lucky |jeweL Seventeen skeletons of the o-calle< The man who give up his UVtlm Curious cave In the Malsayamhlll A poster ad\enlnlng
.' heinous attack upon white women In XJlawed Horse" of preblatorlC'times to putting science at the service of
section that made by a negro InACUiUOUFLY from the 'Agate Spring fossil quarry o>:f business1 find himself eternally asked. Tokyo Japan, are believed by I Ollle San Diego, Calif., In 1800 baa been
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t Col western Nebraska have been placed "What1 the nel" Statesmen rise to have born the home of an ancient found, which make Interesting read.

; "trusty" at Bartow, Wilmer enough T Ida and Ada In storage for lack of exhibiting space, from their seat and Bay : I race called the Tunchlguma, or 1 Uart ing these da)* of fast and palatial

,'', Line, who was serving a term at the (' l synonymous!, ac- at the American museum of natural I I "I !Bee that Borne scientist fattening Spiders, who lived long before thef rail accommodation. 'Overland to the

I county jail in Bartow, last night. coi'ding to etymologist Certainly tilt history, New York. at the government trough has meatored F ancient Alnos. Others think them to Pacific" I* the bending attracting public

4 } After Collin was caught he wa nn men were used Interchangeably. In I The varied aketetonlc combination! hundred-thousandth of an 1ncl I be tombs, while many are convince attention to the line. The poster

4 taken into the country in an autorn.o, early Unx*. Ada wa thought to' bt ; of lloropua and deduction therefron What' the user. I that they are merely; shelter used call attention to the fact that this

h bile by a party of citizen, presumably an entirely wpa-ute. entity and wall are described by; Professor i Osbon Hard headed-wild! h'aded-bual- by the primitive tribe when pursued line bus been In successful operationfor

I, bent upon destroying him, but believed to he d.-tVM l from Adah i and Matthew, as follow : ceo turn rend of> research department b)' enemies. three )(curs and will ,(convey passencer -

r; he leaped from the machine and got I meaning ornament, tod the name Adah: "The Moropns was a distant rela and snort In disgust : "What The cave are all on the 1 southern "In new conches drawn by; six

tl fll; away and an all-night/ and all-da wa given to the wife of Lumech tlve of the rhinoceros the tapir, ant the use? The old rule of thumb Ie lope of the hllld, and command aD mule over the entire length of our

i i search has failed to locate him. the Old Testament. nut later etiu the horse. It In about the size of .1 the common define vrny." I extended view of a fertile alley. This line, excepting the Colorado desert of

tow! Collins, either crated from the use logical! aiithorltleii believe that Ada If rhinoceros butery different We think of railroad a* progre*- I ctrat<*):lc position argue for those 100 miles" which we cross on mule

1 entered merely a latlnlced form of Had, m.-un form ; the bead and neck are like Rive! -of railroad men a* efficient who believe the cave to have been back. _
of moonshine re*-
a
I :i, drug or Inn happy or rich, and the same a* Uu those of the borne. The rounded beet Are they? Not It the Hallway Age I Is habitation and not tombs. About 200 According to tfie advertisement

/ ., ; idence not fur from the jail about 10 German Ida. resembles that of a tapir, and tin to be believed, remarks the Nat in's of them have tern, iineiirtlied. Seel conches left Ki-ml-iiioiittily from each

; it., o'clock last night, and attacked a girl, Ida originates from Frnu Uote, mother i legs, although massive like those, ot Business. from a distance they resemble a huge' end trip being started on the 9th

t' r and after being chased away entered< I of Frfeinhllil, $ who Interpreted htidreniu tile rhinoceros are much longer The There are only two test plant ef wallow bank. They are no close l to- and 24th, of the, mouth at 6. a. m. Attention -

j five other homes in each find predlrtwl thp'deuth of her teeth and feet are very.distinctive. locomotive In the one owned gather that the Inner wall almost was called to the fact that an
country
:
irmLunce to commit assault. A* noon hrlll./I..III.. / OrtMln of Metz. A num 1 The teeth show that the, animal! by the PcnnsjUaiilu, the other at the touch and are entered through a narrow armed escort accompanied the couch

a* the first alarm was Mounded, all efforts her uf feminine iiaiiieg'cainu frIJIU Uott browned) on \'f' etatlon."lIIorullul University of Illinois Only a few i I long. low passageway low In "for the protection of the malls and

j
; were centered around the place of the Audur was a viking dnugh- tapirs| and homes to the order of I'eriRsodactj'lM Bcnlce by means of a dynamometer; In (lie (urgent one. Each room Is shout country." It was stipulated that |iusnenRer .

"t first attack and in the meantime the< ter. one of the flrMt lolaudlc settlers' or hoofed miimuials will cur What' the use? six by nine feet In size; the celllnila were provider with food durIng -
In Knpland. under Norman rule, them an odd nuirilx-r of ties on the hind domed, and along the side Is i a the trip except where the coach
: of the One road that did found that by
taking advantage
.; nifrro, a"-I ep|>enr-d Audo and Aida the latter foot. The ruminant, camel, pigs andhippopotamuses I ledge raised about nine Inches from plopped at public houses, enroute when
(.net of the men folk was: i putting an exhaust tip three-elghthi;
the wife of Orlando] the I'alndln. Another lime an even number the ground. Tit"011 doubtless covered the passenger was expected to pay
l',: house to house canvass, keeping uP'; Aldn one a queen of Italy InOJ of toes either two or+ four Moro|>ui of an Inch smaller on a Mikado type with leaven and used as a bed for Ills own meals. The fare between

;)i the nefarious work until he had en- I :: and mill auoUier, fuminiM 'btnirei use three toes. The feet with their locomotive It 400 increased the and nrebojtemperature laved No tools, weapons. or household] ar t
i'. red a total of six house I of the name was "a daughter of the I great claw are more like those of degree tides have been unearthed 'and! then with less amount charged between
157,000 In coal On another
; In one home he turned on the clee! I house of l>te In Mitt. High n..MJIIUI] I ant ..aterl. and similar digging niam line tests a made year It to alter are no drawing on the walls nor any; those stations and other points suchas
possible *o
/' N trio light in the bedroom and in an : called the name Ida but how German mat than of any of the hoofed mum a locomotive to reduce Its fuel sign of a pathway; outside 1 The only Fort Clark Tucson and Kl Peso

ether had struck a match and was in mode, It Kad 1. and from this latter Ida .nml* to which Moropu really belong consumption 10 all cent and permit Ito light comes from the pnsoocenny. The while It was announced that the fare

,q the act of raising the mosquito bar. and Idetto wore evolved, both of which It I* suggested hut the claw were haul three more per passenger can on cave are practically unknown and unvisited to Intermediate station was 15: cent

J when he was frightened away. Two Ix>('ame\ enormously popular.Ida designed to aid In aping away; the lees coal and water. except by a few scholar. a mile.
>. wall the sand In dry river hells ur other suitable -
name given to thealldduult1l..r
Women beside the little girl had t'ttrugglc ) drink." That's what's the tine I j .
( to obtain
of places>>
King Stephen who I
VOLCANIC FIRES IN ALASKA
I / to keep away from the brute became the Countess of 1I0ulo 'ne. Both I REASON FOR COLORED EGGS

I and he was only captured a* he wall Ida and Ada the simplest term possible SAILORS MADE FIRST GLASS
REAL HEROINE Torrent of Molten
' GRACE DARLING San Devastated
; the door of of the Mother
leaving rear one of any; femluliie name' have been the Nature Painted Them Thai
In IU Path
Everything for
f7 house. basin tot a number of other more Involved They Might Be Preserved From
Frail Discovery
According to of Its
Bravery of 1 Girl Thrilled AllEngl.nclDI.d Story Some Fifteen Mile.
his which"occurretabout Their Natural Enemies
d. After capture, derivatives. Some seem hardly; of It Was Entirely the Resultof I -

midnight last night, he madean recognlitahle a* In the case of Othllle,, Consumption Chance. At a meeting of the American Society
effort to escape and was subdued a name still very popular In Teutonic at an Early Age. I Nature equips all living/ thing/ wIth for the Advancement of Science,
of against'fbeli
protection kind
I by being; struck a severe blow over Countries The Original Othllle was Grace Darling one of the' greatest I One of the most useful materials In enemies some Dr. Robert F!. Origin described a fiery

1 the head with a revolver, after which an Alsatian virgin who wa born blind heroine' of British marine history. I I'l'on the world U glass It I* not only a o. flood which occupied in Alaska' In
but obtained her sight at The larger animal are able by rca-
baptsm.Ida's
he was placed in an automobile by undying fame when but twenty-; domestic necessity; but a scientific e*- ; the "Valley of Ten Thousand Smoke"
h gem IH the turquoise whichpromises son of tlielr strength to give a good
,
sentlal. The of
I Bartow men and started ora what was her protection from accidentor three year old, and of frail physique development chemistrywould account of themselves In comhpt. Birds Merc he found trace of the flood of

! supposed to have been a "lynch'ing," sudden death. Like malachite It by accompanying her father- and Inspiring ] have been a far more laborlni and many of tile smaller anlmnln dopend Ore which Issuing from a fissure In
had It
not been for the
i when without while the him to the effort' of saving the process many Ow earth, swept a roaring torrent of
warning
he
automobile of
I* said to break as a warning of approaching '- utenslli manufactured from glass. So upon ( rapidity their reevemeats.
I"' was running at least forty; dimeter. To wear It Insured live of eome passengers on a shipwrecked numerous and varied are Its uses that But there Is another effective' molten mind through the fertile valley,
I devastating all In Its for
distance
; wile pr hour along the asphalt road, good fortune and nothing I* so Am- In a terrific gale that swept one' can hardly conceive of present- I mean of .self-preservation known as"protective of than' path a -
more IS mile From
the threw himself into dnclve to good luck a* to see the the seas near her Island home coloration."
I 1t: negro headlong: new day civilization without tills product thousand of fissures live steam' heated
,, the weeds along the roadside, making moon reflected In It* depth.. Tuesday The Forfarshlre nailed from Hull Yet the discovery of this valuable ma. Snakes and many varieties of fish gas and smoke l issued One could

i, good his escape.Sheriff la t Ida' lucky day and seven her with 22 cabin passenger. 19 steerage 1 terial wa what might be termed an form an excellent( Illustration. Their' do one' cooking In of the smaller

I Logan immediately summoned tacky member passengers and a crew of SO oft/ I accident, Floyd W. Persons writes" scales are so.colored, that they blend hole And that was any the only salva-
(Copyright.) a day In September. H JS. Passage the Saturday' Evening Tost.A with the surrounding rocks or the 8had- 1
all the deputies In the county tBartow. < nIllowIfthrfed1 iowa tlou of the expedition for all fuel had
IlIland"channel
Fame
made the of the
was through water mating them I at-
.,. Supplemented by a numberof the story runs a merchant ship been destroyed by the flood of fire It
end the ship entered liarwick most Invisible to the eye. In fact It
citizens a thorough search of the It. laden with natron a brittle white carbonate I Ii Is only a few steps from the steaming
boy. Here the gale was at. only when one of these protectively
of sodium was' driven ashore at
; fissure to a cave In the side of
entire vicinity failed to locate Col worst and the ship was swept on the the mouth of the River blue In Thenlclo. ; colored animal move that its pres a
glacier In order to have the most
perfect
Line |III
Fame Inland racks.The The foodon once apparent.The .
crew prepared their refrigeration In the world. The
;, All of the victims in the case are mute and eight of the crew, the beach, supporting their kettleson same principle 1* responsible explorers' tent were steam-heated *

in a highly nervous condition, but ..LS.-ls1eL with one cabin passenger hurried pile mode up of lumps of the natron. for the different colors of birds' egg/ It were, and the bathing conditionswere a
In a lifeboat. The of The mother bird IB unable to fightaggressively
none are considered serious. away screams' Later the sailors were amazed of the best, for a stream from
PINS the other survivors were heard by to discover transparent mosses of so she tae to seek refuge the
glacier fed crystal
a lake and
Grace Purling. When her father lies. stone among the cinder of their fires. In flight. During the time she IB pure
Tampa April 7.-Wilmer Collins, THESIS Indispensable little articles Itnted to launch their lifeboat on the The heat had melted the soda and the away from tile neat, either seeking In -the middle of 'the lake a steam jet

the negro who Monday night attempted once ao expensive that few heavy sea, she Jumped Into It, and ho siliceous Band together with the result safety from her enemies or lookingfor bubbled and It was possible to get any;

to enter several Bartow home and could afford theta In about 148U followed liar. On the first trip iheyrescued that a crude variety of glass wa food the eggs must be protectedin desired temperature-Scientific Amer.Scam

assault least six white France manufactured them In quan- and later her sonic manner. It la for this reason
at women, wall nine on a trip formed )t the early record are correct .
a brought to' Tampa this morning by tity.; In 16110: the plnnmker of England father saved four more. The llrltlsh the art of glass. manufacture wa that they are colored to blend with

Sheriff! Logan of Polk county and put established" the flrat plnmaktngcorpnr.ton government gave tier a money grant exclusively an Industry of the Phenlclan I the surroudlngg In which they. are Be Square With Yourself.

In the Ilillsborough co.inty jail, accerding nod established the factories 'I and the public thrilled by; the story One reason for crediting this laid-some of them spotted because The habit of making excuses to yourself -

at Bristol and Birmingham.Birmingham raised a huge subscription Hut. Four statement I 18 the fact that the Ingredient they are laid In tbe sand or among and accepting them will soon

to Information given out by Is still the center of the year later Grace Darling died of consumption of .Iallil-natron, sand and fuel pebbles others buff-colored or greento undermine your Intellectual stamina
tho office of the sheriff of Hlllsbor Industry In Birmingham, Conn., the match the material of the and
-were abundant upon the coast ofPhenlcl. nest. begin to sap your moral fiber
'1 6i'gh conuty. The negro: after hl< first plnninklng factory In the United .. Be square with yourself at least.

escape from a party of Lakeland citIzens States was started In ISiift.Copyrlthl. : J I Peculiarity of Dreams.A Tell yourself the truth, and take no
I from In which ( .) Snail and Screw
by jumping a car "
I
excuse whatever
Waterworks curious hint Is
m the DesertIn given by dream
he was being taken to the country to Nearly all Inventions have been suggested of which List jour faults and failures"
by natural objects. the big desert of Chile there Is things are Impossible subjects your ,

be lynched, was located at Medulla HOW DO YOU SAY 117 Fremont, of the "French School' of a considerable amount of brackish It would seem, of thought I and blame yourself for them. List

near Lakeland, by a local officer and By Co No LURIE Mines, point out an Interesting example water, but no water that either Kaman hardly; know how to tell my meaning your bad habits; and try to'get rid

f.; was arrested by Chief of Police Allen In the case of the screw the being or stock can drink. but fellow dreamers will be able it them Admit that It was Indolence

of Lakeland, early this morning. : Common Error!: to Fttglhh and fundamental Idea of which he believes Science, however, has come to the aId'of to Interpret by their own experience that[ made you let. Job go over till

Following his arrest. Chief Allen 1 How to Avoid Them was suggested to primitiveman the rainless section of the country '. We have dreamed something, It was It was too late to do it, and bad temper -
In the form of clear] the Impression lingers when l and not bad health that made
we
took the negro to Lakeland, reaching by; the spiral shape of the edible an Ingenious desert you
1 that city at 9 o'clock this morning. snail. waterworks, consisting Of a series of vteke. But It Is not reducible to terra peevish filth people who had a rightto
THKSC SORT," THOSE KIND. : frame containing 20,000 feet of thought much less words. We haveno : elpect: cheerfulness and courtesy;
t With an armed guard a* escort, Sheriff I IA It wa not the shape of the shell square from
of glas The pane of glas are arranged grasp on It all an Image or a sen you.
that suggested the bnt the
Logan of Polk county started with screw,
OOMMON error, and one that In the shape of a V, and un- satlon yet In some remote corner ooursclf pe your own severe but Just Judge.,
spiral motion which It 1 la
the negro for Bartow at about 10 to grate with especial harshnesson give to the body of the snail necessary In orderto ; to der each pane Is a shallow pan con- we know perfectly what It wa. Make no excuses and take none. And

place him in the county jail. the ear. of a person who bee been withdraw It; from tile shell. This taming brackish water The heat of It IB not a matter of having forgot you will soon find that you will need

Number of Lakeland person fol trained In the correct ue of Bogllah.U at once showed that an object of a the sun evaporate the water, which ten-the thing Is Inexpressible to others to: make none, for you will have no

lowed the sheriff and his party from the use of such phrase* a* "those condenses upon the sloping glass and or ourself. Only Itself. know derelictions to excuse.-John Blake In
screw shape embedded In solid
Lakeland and other persons were encountered kind" and "th_ sorC;* How often rrfuly resisted attempts to a withdraw pow. made pure by this operation It run what It was, and Itself Is burled away be Chicago Daily New.

%" on the road. The rmpres-- w. hear" "I cannot bear those kind of It by a straight pull. down Into little channel at the bottom somewhere within us. When vainly WHo Mad the First ""' _7"

don that trouble ('would follow people. arei I of the V and Is carried away Into trying to roaster the conception of the All European reference to lira one
grew ." and "those" The hint wa enough, and the
"The word 'tIa.*
the main canal It I* said that fourth dimension we are reminded of or spectacle before the
1270
nearly ;year are
, the placing of the negro in the Bar- screw became one of the earliest ofman' ;
plural In number-that U., they denotemore
a thousand gallon of fresh. water Is those dr..amll.-Eschange. dubious rilny' description of Nero
tow and Sheriff changed Invention
jail Logan
than one; the words "sort collected dally by this mean. Pemaquld, 1607. lookIng at the gladiatorial combats
his mind and brought the to Horn of Giant Creature I I'av.ge
s negro "kInd, etc. are singular In number In this time of commemorating the through on emerald means at beet only -

Tampa. Indicating one group, one da** of pensons The glint rat of the Solomon Islands ..Marauder Pilgrim, the people of Pemaquld. ; a lorgnette, or most probably a re-

About noon the report grew in Tampa or object According to a simple I. a remarkable animal a great, fierce Maine rise to remind the world that fleeting mirror' Roger Bacon In 1276

that numbers of citizens of Polk rule of grammar, the adjectiveand feature, much bigger than a rabbit, The fisher I*. taking it all In all, ,a colony of English settlers landed at seems to have known of magnifying
the noun, when used together, and endless to said to be the most savage swift
county had reached Tampa and tho causing ulcchlef! Pemaquld about fourteen before lenses which Boon became
common
'
mast agree In number-.that la, when plantations and store Another anl- and crafty; of all the marauder of the year
result was a greater secrecy in the the little company that crossed enough. but the probable Inventor of
tie noun 1* singular or plural the ad- mal giant I* a bull-frog. seldom. wilderness In nine case out of ten
of the the officer OD the Mayflower debarked spectacles, a* such
movement by : at Ply was a Florentineworthy
negro perhaps even on mil of
jective must be singular or plural. round ices 'than two and a half to a hundred 00'whoRl'
Sheriff Logan proved hard to find do not like k fight between a nouth. Pemaquld had developed Into tombstone In the
Therefore do not a.r.r; three pound. In weight, and with a porcupine and a church
and disappeared after telling the those kind.of people," but say "I do croak a* mighty; In volume a* alze. Usher has but one result : The Asher quite a trading colony before the Plymouth of Santa Croce was the inscription -

ti Hillsborough county officials that he not Ilk. that kind of people" or. better Another giant I* an oyster, a tough eats the porcupine And the porcupine settler managed to gain a foot- :

C\ didn't care to be interviewed relative "t do not Uke people of that kind." but still edible' mollusc, that covers I* Home defensive fighter The bold In the new country, and the "Here lies Salvino d'Armato degll

to the capture of the negro or the (0t .rrt >L) a large-atse dinner plate. One Is Bher flip the victim over on hlbeek. MaIne settler provided the Pilgrim i rmatl of Florence, the Inventor of
-0-- with a large quantity of ectacles.![ Ann "
food accord. Domini
1317
( ;;. crime cf which he is accused. I Quite enough for a meal, and It .lawten annexing as few spines as posslMe -
log to the
Y f .' _.___ with a knife and fork, like a In the act and he has an unprotected Governjir records, when appealed toby
I 0' CHEERy throat and holly at the Bradford. At Pemaquld Thoreau
Allen Canova of Jacksonville A LINE st lIk. mp.rof ; Speaks of Whitman
spent stilt be
his fang < may seen the remain of a
Animal are not plentiful, but fled He said that 1 misapprehended Mm.
last week-end In Starke with his < tort that
wa erected 'In
par 1000
John KendrlokpAITM Bangs md bird abound In greet varieties. The porcupine' quills, eo deadly toother at a I am not quite sure that I do He toMue
I ants, Mr and Mr. E. E. Canova. animals '' lost of : 20,000. which was two-third
have
for the that he
There are many kinds of pigeon, In- fisher com- of the loved to ride up and down
lading one of great beauty; of plumfcge paratlvely; few terror They; do not entire appropriation of :Mesa Broadway all day on an omnibus, sitting -
husett
f I Weak, Nervous, fifth a long tall, and unknown In any poison or Inflame bill flesh which for' which then Included Maine beside the driver listening to theroar
that
7' Following InfluenzaMontrose. other part of the world. seems to posses the faculty of year.Th of the cart, and sometime getcnlatlng -

a thlar* a Kjraterr resting then! forth again through and declaiming Homer attb.
w\,e W. Va.-Laat spring BDCAUSIB
/11: : :. after having the flu I was very weak of me. destroy tII..A.lT Have Object In Thrift ikln. Good Place the'l Man With the Toe. e top of his voice He has long been

1>J '.J I and nervous. I Tbcre'. lot ef thin** em *M and to Keep Cool Here I I. an extract from an article an editor and writer for the 11ft"' '-
V\t got one bottle of land U ;yon are thrifty you will thrive The Ice cave of Iowa present one In the Geographical MagacJne. In PBpt't'II-Wos editor of the "New

11\, ..' Dr. Plerce's Golden I doot pretend to undantend, You will low some friend ;yon will of the most Interesting phenomena In which the writer describe the laborl- Orleans Crencent" but baiemployment
t' ., -=. Medical, Discovery And ret I eee them plate and Oat be better off without, and yon will this country. While the rest of tho. tea culture of rice on hillside ne but once; now
in write
In spite of that the te read end
\1+ ,I.e..., I t bottle. of and Favorite two Tie eo with LJFB and Tou ud Ms.We : gain; a few that will help you play; thegame. state swelters] In midsummer! the temperature Yangtze valley; :' In i the forenoon and walk In the afternoon -

.- I'rescilpUon dua't know how we eame to be. Make your Ideal big enough of the soil near the cave Is "The roily water make the hoeing like all the rest of the Bcrlb-
But I'.. a eon of faith euprene to make them worth strlvlDc'for.. not higher' than 66 degree. As a remit of his
and rice field bung
f4a. they helped I Impossible; so he ceotl'7-"lIen1'7 David Tb.r.au .
That we're not aU MI Idle drewo. doe
"p me much. I When they; are big enough to let 0th.Cr. tjeea and flower exist which are not hoe "
t., eo he
i And that some time ton*, long ago It. too it. With bare foot by; F. B. Sanborn.
.' "':: ./.1..: am 67 years old lust when or how. I -do Dot know know that you are after more than usually; found In the far north. be feels] about the plant with

.I. T .'/" and did lots of ....... Mind with purpose true sadelver. the ordinary they; will wag their beada I Iand The cave owe their existence to and If he find hla toes
a weed
be
), .. t 7'" work last summer yon will dig In and show them. the prehistoric Beat which then toes It out:: Expensive Movl.
and am doluK my Created Earth end put us h.", are supposed presses the dirt firmly |n place Flatbuah-So
you've taking
*' housework and washing! this wuitef And mve us life, and love and wit You i are never up to your best until to have covered thin territory: aloin. with his right foot h Quit
'r wife
toes ;your to the
: for tour In family."-Mua.: U R. To make a futrer pleas 01 It. you are going the limit' The very neI, ts they; are found In limestone district two row, with his left foot movies
.ILMOTH., R. F.l 2. To call It CILaKOV one tolke easlty of the case drive you to more where the rock I 18 porous. In four rows a. he lie toes Benfloahurct-I've done :just that

d I",,.. Ur. I>ierne'. medicine have been I 4ellllbt call It ;QOr>-an4 know I'm right. determined l effort, and the effort call { the winter cold air I Is stored In the way. he hoes" goes. Tb.Cthe "And why, 'may; I ask "

. void! by drugging for the east 60 (Copyright) forth ability neither ;yon nor your Device and when summer come thl White "Well you see, every time she'd ses'em
ro. IU cents-to Ur. i'Ieree'eInvalid. I men can
Send
never
\, :year* *' Hotel in IiulTalo N. Y.. for Meade ever dreamed" you lied And |I. Ur come out very; slowly and the should be expectl'd-to e(1Jt.ct-nor throw-In a pie It would make her

r a trial paoluig ol auy of lily ciodlolne tile best part of It all I* that every kutslde of Ute -c...* 1s covered with this sort of tbln8.-Lo compete with I mouth water, and after-th* show rdba.e
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.. -- .... one van: start the thing.-Orlt. IT I frost Tlme, Angele 1 to take her some place and feed
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!Ii FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1921.
PACE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE...FLORIDA., : _


11' r 'I hogs with contaminated from coming places in contact will do a a '
FarmersQUITTING i'
I Bradford County I much to overcome this risk. First: It is You sold when mod-
erate price. save
This is also'! the time of year
". when lice and fleas are most numerous you buy it.
i" THE FARM the grass. It seems to be more for this purpose. Shallow run
and troublesome. These the
than
I prevalent in the fall of the year, | ning sweeps also give good re insects harbor in dry sand. Pro- i Second ordinary: It leavening has more strength, e i

Less than half the t*>pulatio i when the grass becomes fibrous, suIts.It vide hogs with oil-sand less. '
of the United States I is on farms touch and scanty. has been noticed in all sec- wallow.your This be an made by I therefore, you use
can
I and in rural-villages under 2500. This form of colic is often tions of the state that the small i keeping clean and well-oiled Third: There are no fail- ;

., Ten years ago .less than 46 percent spoken of as "slow colic" in that I grain crops are most likely to sand in a suitable enclosure of ures-it always makes the j

were in cities. Forty years th! symptoms come on very suffer for lack'of rain. The necessity -' boards! into which the hogs may most palatable of

ago the percentage of rural pop- slowly and persist for three or I of breaking the crust on walk or climb. Crude oil applied sweetest
y. ulation-was 70.5. four days, gradually getting the soil from the last rain in or-
; every ten days to the sand Fourth It is used by mil-
All this frightened some easily worse. __ der to preserve moisture and secure -
should be sufficient for all of housewivesleadingdomestic
pur- lions
scared souls. They fear the At first the animal shows signof aeration, both necessary to ,I I I poses. x I science teachers
overcrowding of cities and desertion the proper growth of crops, are
uneasiness slight colicky I
In addition to these provisionsthe and cooking experts.
view urged all farmers.In .
They
of farm
acres. upon I
pains, and refuses to eat. These hogs should receive just as ,

:: ("'k'" with rustling alarm of each and tremble census. leaf.with But the symptoms pronounced of, the pain pain become more acute more ;i water case has of had rain time, as to soon soak as into the I much give green-feed them. as it is possibleto i I I II ijll I Ill i 111111111 ''jlj nl nlh

:', 'i unduly BO.There and the animal more uaeasy and I the Boil and before the sun has iI I
: are not RO' many per- phone it too long break I
. restless\ often lying down on the \ upon :
; "' Sons needed on the farms. Farm left side and turning the head' that crust formed by the rain. i COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS I

I machinery has reduced the demand back, looking toward the right In this way you will he able to I Lake-The. watermelon
I for human hands. One utilize practically all the rain. If crop
flank. The large bowel is affect-! '
'of the is large and i
man with a tractor can and does, rrt. and this is located on the ,; you fail to do this, you. will) lose mising.county An unusually large acre pro- fi 1I4rIlEN 1'nl' ) BUYIT N7tFlt'fl4! USER
work of than ?
do the more two practically all of it.
right side. While standing the,.
i of velvet beans will be put
met) with horses "did.Probably will often stretch him- age I'IIl"'I IIIi 'l !
patient I in. Seed is being purchased co- 'I' di ail '
< the IfWO! census! will self as far out as possible. The FINDING PASTURE GRASSES operatively. Citrus trees have
show less than 4R.6 cent FOR FLORIDA I
per on ve normal, I| been well fertilized, cultivated:
breathing
the farms. By then, no doubt and the faster and and sprayed, ,as a rule. O
'; machinery will have done still more labored than usual ; the an- Under the immediate direction -*I

} more to reduce farm demand on ''mal will often appear to yawn. of ,1. IJ. Thompson, forage DeSoto-There are about 2000 Fiflte It is the best Baking
the human hands.! the Powder that can be produced. Was
Perspiration flows freely. In crops specialist of the Florida I acres planted to watermelons in awards at WorldsPureFood
Those! who fear that desertionof last stages signs of great depression College of Agriculture, more this county. There are but few given highest Exposition.ChlcagoFaris;

farms means food famines in and exhaustion are to than 100 different grasses were indications of disease and insects Exposition, Paris, France. NuaCoalds

the future forget that the mo- be found. tried out and tested last year in this crop. Cucumbersand SixtlK It containsonly such Recipe
'
ment when such a thing may be Death results from Inflammation with a view to finding those beans are moving to market j I. Ingredients as have been officially -1 cup butter':
possible' that moment there'll be of the affected intestine.The nearest to Florida range condi from points. approved by the United States Food \'j cup sugar, iI
+ a rising tide of backtothelanders. best treatment is to give tions. many I Authorities. eggs, H cup

Then farm wages will begin the animal a good purge and en- Many of those tried out give Alachua-A swine breeder of The finest quality Baking flour spoon,1 level Calumet tea-

to mount so high that city ema as' soon as possible.!' Give promise of being just what we this county is offering a purebred powder-at the most economic! Baking Powder

jobs will lose much of their at- one quart of raw linseed oil or need. Bah la grass, a native of I boar as a prize in pig club cost. "The Biggest Kitchen Bargain Today.! That 94 cup choppednuts
Into the
tractiveness. In the long run two quarts of natol or some other South America, shows that it is I contests at the county fair next Goes flour with baking 1 teaspoonlemon
men find their way to where the mineral oil. This treatment adaptable to light dry soils and fall. Mix plain oFusing pure uncertain Then mix julca.in UM
Instead
demand is most felt. Just now, it should be repeated within twen promises to meet ''an urgent demand powder Then- You will know regular way.,

i seems, more are needed in factories ty-four hours if the desired results for such a grass in this Santa Rosa-But few farmersare mixture are! pure and ..'ho",,-;;;;;;.' yourbakifwa Plnin!!
'! than in fields. Until the are not obtained from the state. Blue Couch grass, another planting cotton in this sec flour cannot he adulterated.
reverse is true, why worry about first dose, as it is important to native of South America, also is I tion this year. '.
the matter? Why, indeed, when get action immediately. From showing promise. '

one remembers that when 51.4 one to two ounces of aromatic A new grass of the Rhodes Polk-Citrus fruits and spring

percent of the population were spirits of ammonia might be grass group has shown excep- truck crops are moving to mar- of Hampton, motored out here Saturday ' county seat Wednesday.

in the cities the other 48.6 percent given every three or four hours tional hardiness to cold and may ket rapidly. The growing seasonis afternoon and visited at the Miss Ollie Padgett, of Graham,
t'' produced that fine crop of as a stimulant.IT help solve the problem of winter ahead of last year. Farm wages home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard. spent tho week-end with her cousin,

1920, so' much food that America pasture for Florida, although have been reduced in some Rev. Williams, of Starke, will fill Avy Starling,
will\ have to export, and a !MIGHT HAVE BEEN further tests with it are neces- sections. Much truck is going to his regular appointment at the Chris-

surplus! besides.-St. Petersburg I waste on account of high freight tian church Saturday night and Sun- MILLER
I
Independent sary.A legume of the Rattle- rates. day. Everyone invited.
I I, The following tale of a work- new
i) man at a Florida sawmill is said box group that has beenlsed as Guy Sullivan visited relatives at Miller, April 8.-Mr. and' Mrs. Olson -
FREE TRIPS TO CHICAGO i i to be vouched for by the teller a stock feed elsewhere has made Gadsden-This county is be- Hampton during last week. Thomas visited friends and relatives

FOR FLA. BOYS AND GIRLS who declared he would swear to exceptionally good growth on coming organized through the A much needed rain fell here last in Brooker Saturday' and Sun-

'I its truth on a stick of timber. the light sandy soils of the Florida Gadsden board of trade.- Thursday night and everyone got to day.
' An agreement has just heE.'n', Sawdust being plentiful the man I experiment station grounds work .on putting out tomato plants. Roland Thomas was a business vis-
t completed by R.V.. Blacklock,
state club leader, Gainesville' ?' his chickens. As the other in- Twelve or more varieties of taking all precautions against marriage of K. B. Woodard to Miss Carrie! Belle Brown who is at

and Armour's bureau of agricultural ;k i. gredients for the mash decreased new' velvet beans were tried out diseases and insects. Della Hicks, of Lakeland, -which oc tending school at Lake Butler, spent.
research and economics, the precentage of sawdust last year and gave good results. curred the 22nd of last'month. K. B. .'the weekend with homefolks.
which again provides for free increased until the flock was on It is expected that some of these Taylor-We have just had an Is a son of Mr. and Mrs S, B. Wood- i B.: E. Brown made a business tripto
trips to Chicago and the International a 100 per cent sawdust diet. One will prove practical to Florida auction sale of dairy cattle, or ard and his many friends wish them Lake Butler last week.

Live Stock Exposition' of the hens began to set on thir- conditions and of great value to ,I rather aution buying. Twelve. a long happy married life.! I Wilbur Brown and sisters, Missel

for the state champion corn teen eggsand' when the-no, she I the state. I I purebreds were bought. A num Mabel and Pearl, were in Lake Butler
r' grower and one for tIle state did not hatch either sawlogs or ., ber of Poland-China hogs were WATERMILLWatermill Friday afternoon.

champion pig grower. shingles-chicks came' out of 12 DON'T HAVE WEAK, RUNTY also bought. ; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish, of

?t The winners will he selected ( of them and had wooden legs'!, STUNTED HOGS April 8.-Hogan: Smith Dukes, visited the latter's parents,
Ir.V the state club lender,: and :' while the thirteenth was a wood- Volusia-Farmers of the coun- and Mann Roberson of Sampson, were Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Waters, Saturdayand
u three members of the state col- ( pecker.-Exchange. More diseases!'\ among hogs 'are ty are ordering a carload of wire in our section Wednesday. Sunday.

loge staff, who will pass on the ( found during the spring months fencing cooperatively throughthe Cantoy Oliver of Pine Hill, was in T. Ii. Rimes and daughter, Miss
records of the various club mem- THE EXPENSIVE HIRED I, than at any other period of the I' agent. Watermelons are our section Thursday afterpoon. Johnnie were visitors to Starke Mon.
bers. The winners' will lie much of which be looking ,ne. Many farmers are ,
announced !MAN ON THE FARMS year, can prevented Frank Andrews and niece, Leila
about three weeks before I by taking precautions to I spraying watermelons and cit 'I day.Tom
""I Mae, Andrews, of New River, were Moore, of Lulu, visited friendsin
the trip is to be made. The "We will farm what we can keep hogs away from infested I rus. visitors to Brooker Saturday.: this community Sunday afternoon.

only requirements are that the I with our own, labor and let the places. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown: and Mr. Curie Brown spent the week-end
winners must take the trip and For 30 days we have had little Hillsboro-Have been gather
I rest go. This is the answer of and Mrs. A. II. Warren attended ser- with homefolks.
then a brief story of his rain in most of the hogs raising ing information on the consump- '
prepare the farmers of Ohio to a ques- vices at Dedan Saturday. Miss Trumie Rimes visited rela-
or her experience at the stock sections of Florida. As a result tion of orange juice throughoutthe
I tionaire sent out recently. As Mr.' and Mrs. Lonnie Goodlleand tives in Lake Butler last week.
state which to base
show they farmed under the same pond holes, where hogs go to upon a children, of Sampson,were here Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Math
Douglass
While in Chicago the winners slogan last year, this should demand wallow and drink, if not kept in county and state-wide campaign day visiting. were
recent visitors in Providence.Mr.
will have a interesting week'stour pastures where no such places I on the utilization of citrus juice.It .
; little reduction in crop ar J. Goodge was transacting businessin Cope, of Providence in
'' is to the mat- was
planned present
outlined, consisting of a' exist, are getting low and the Brooker Saturday.T. .
f' day and evening at the stock ea.Two water is correspondingly more ter at the meeting of the state this section Saturday.
reasons are given for the C. Hazen, of Brooker, was a
show, trips through the packing decision ; the high cost of farm contaminated. Then, too, the horticultural society next month business visitor: here Saturday. : --

plant, the financial district, mu- help and the high; cost of farm hogs are not receiving as much Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodge'and son,1! Copper In Ancient
Holmes farmers Day
seums, department stores, parks machinery. D jlh. they say. mvst green feed as if the pastureswere this-week Bonifay three carloads received Eugene: spent Sunday at Sampson, Copper, among the undent liohrewa,

industrial'! works and movies, entertainments come down before they will in- green and succulent. fertilizers visiting the former's parents, Mr and was used In umI-inn helmet, spears
cats and everything dulge. In this they seem to voicea These two factors are perhaps cooperatively purchased Mrs. Jasper Brown. and other Implements tit war. Tim expression
that goes to make a good national sentiment. responsible for the greatest partof saving a considerable sum A. II. Warren was in Sampson on "bow of .It''I.. fount) In Job

time. That these trips are well Farm labor a year ago was I the sickness of hogs during. on the shipment. business Saturday I should be rendered "bmv of copper."

worth working for is proven by scarce and high. This year it is spring' months. St. Lucie-This week devoted Marvin Ogden, of Graham, Raiford Copper could not love been nppiM'd! to
the numerous "Thank You" let- By exercising a little care in was these usi'K without the artisans per
'
.' plentiful, but still high. The to advising citrus Brannen, of Lake Butler, Dave Green
ters received from the 475 club keeping hogs from partially grow- Bpsslng noun fOI'gfIt.t secret for rei
farm hand has away
apparently, taken Evan Hodge and Tom Markee were in
ers on spraying for thrips. Due Oorlni the im-Uil" but' l.'e nod eluv.
members from 25 different dried-up wallow holes and by ; blurt
as little notice of the down- our section Sunday. <
states to the long season of little rain, !I tic tlian qvt and who the
Canada were providing them with fresh wa-
ward-pointing thumb of industry thrips abundant and much S, V. Andreu, of Brooker, passed .
guests' of Armour and Company ter to drink and comfortable, are - -
as employes in some other through: here Saturday enroute to'
is done hold
to
being No
spraying Worm In Child
*
Healthy
last December in .
dust free sleeping quarters
lines. However, if the farm hand New River.
,, Any Florida boyor girl can wants a job, like others, he will which to sleep, much sickness them in check. Henry Markee spent the weekendat healthyculor All children. which troubled Indicates with WcrnM poor blood bm and an.un-.a

enter this' contest by getting in have to come down. can be avoided, including chol Bay-Farmers of this section Lake Butler preaching. rule there U more or less stomach dtaturtxnoo.
touch with their county club! The farmers cannot be blamed GROVE'S TASTELESS. CHILL TONIC given regularly
era.Especially have just cooperatively ordered Little Leila Mae Andrews returnedto for two. three week will enrich the blood.
rr lender, county agent or by writing for their stand. Present prices do young pigs be- several hundred tons of fertiliz- her home at Brooker Saturday, after /Improve the dlKeatlon,and ctMafteneral Somulth-'
.' to the state'! club I lender di- of farm produce not come unthrifty, due largely to suingTonic tn the whole .". em. Maura will then
are encouraging ers, buying from the company two weeks visit with relatives at throw off or dispel the worm".lId shed ,lid wUllIe
', rect.The to increased invest- indigestion, drinking contami- l I presenting.the lowest sealed bid. New River. I In perfect health. Pleaaant to take, TSo per bottle.
,, > purpose! of Armour and ment in production. The situation nated water and sleeping.in dus- Those attending church at Dedan _
,i Company in these places. "Rats Pass ('p All Other Food For
: offering prizes will right itself after a bit. ty TIIEKESSAThercssa Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Lewis ,
I ;(: is to stimulate the interest! of The farmer and the farm hand From present indications it Mr. and Mrs. A H. Warren, Misses One Meal of Rat Snap"
; the farm and in livestock would that pork is going to Their first meal of RAT SNAP is
boys
at girls! need one another, and as they seem April 8.-S. R. Swindell Rhoda and Reba Brown, Bertie and
production them be of the most importantcash their last. Kills in few minutes and
by giving find the purchasing power of a one was transacting business in Starke on Alva Thomas. a
.,.' the opportunity for study at the dollar ascending slowly but sure crops of farmers in many Saturday. dries up carcnss.Rato Killed with RAT

1\. greatest live stock show and ly, wage adjustment will follow. sections of Florida this year. It Sunday night a crowd of youngfolks ZIFF SNAP leave no odor. RAT SNAP
center in the world.TREATMENT As for machinery, that' will I fc" a dangerously unprofitable I gathered at the Christian church comes in cake form. Break into small

' have to follow the general trend. venture for anyone to attemptto :and enjoyed a Hinge, Ziff, April 8.-Rev, Crosby filled his pieces, leave where rats travel. No
t 4 FOR "SAND- Pensacola News. produce pork from hogs that Miss Estelle Woodard was a visitor regular appointment at Dedan church i mixing with other food. Cats or dog

'.' ;, rt ,. ED" HORSES have been unthrifty within fouror to Hampton Saturday afternoon. Saturday and Sunday went touch it. Safest, cleanest, unrest

," DRY WEATHER-PRESERVE five months of the fattening j M. M. Brinson and W.- A. Jones Carl Crosby, of Ft. Mcade, is visit- rat and mouse killer 8 sizes,*3Gc,
1\\ Horses become "sanded" when !MOISTUREFrom period.. A little precaution in the i left Monday morning for Gaterbone ing his uncle, Levy Prescott, here this OSc:, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by

<, I they are allowed to graze over spring and summer to prevent lake where they will spend the week week. I). C. Jones, Stll.rke.-Adv.
deep sandy land where large ,- - I .
, present indications the fishing. These men are two of The- Among those from here attending - --
e amounts of sand are eaten with entire state is likely to see dry rossa's champions; and you can counton church at Dedan Sunday were Misses' To Stop a Cough Quick

i "And There Wasn't the Slightest I I, weather continue for the next them bringing in a fine lot of fish Ollie Padgett, Rhoda, Lonnie and Al taken HA'Y fS' HEALING!: HONEY. a
n Smell From Dead KaU" *. I Ii' I I few weeks. On land where crops Co DodUon'a Liver Tone when they return. va Thomas, Avy Starling, Inez Lewis cough medicine which stop the cough by
': of are planted the best remedy for i Mrs J. E. Owsley was shopping in Edna Kelly, Messrs. Ellery Thomas, healing the inflamed and irritated t1 auea.
Writes John SimpVInn, farmer
g j.'I.I Annandnle, N. J.: "Kuts were costing I luck of shallow usual cultivation rainfall is persistent of the- Instead of Calomel Hampton Saturday Rufus and George Prescott, Carl SALVE A bos for of Chest GROVE'S Cold. Head O-PEN-TRATE Colds and

II''" hundreds yearly; tried dogs, ferrets Johnnie Williamson, of Jennings, Crosby and Purvis Lewis Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
me
Yi them soil with shallow working tools, "'1a visitor here Saturday; Mr. and Mrs Tom Stewart and son, HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
could not get rid of
: \ poison, says ,C K. McQuarrie of the ag- CaJotnnl I I. quicksilver. It attfiukii TJobt. Batten was among the visitors raul,-ot Brooker, spent Sunday should be rubbed on the chest and throat I
Bought $1.25 pkg, of RAT SNAP (5 riculturat extension dlvision.The the boned Lad paralyses the liwr. Your evening of children suffering from a Cold or Crou .
''c cakes). Used half, not a live rat harrow is excellent toolI dealer cell<< enoh bottle of pleasant, to Hampton Saturday. here with their brother, K. Mills. The heallnteftn* of Havea Healing Honor In-
I\ Dead ones aplenty. I like RAT | acme an h&rmlcM "Dodaon's Liver ''Tone" under A number of the young folks enjoyed Levy Prescott and son, Rufus, were side the throat combined with the. healing effect of
t since. after killing rats It I I I an ironclad, nxmry-bnok guarantee that a party Saturday night at the business visitors to Waldo Saturday. the Cnwe's; silo O-P'n-Tr>ta Salve through the Dotes of
'j SNAP because \' Plies Cured la 6 to 14 Daysi I it will regulate the liver, ntnraarh and eooe .lOpe.COUIIb
home of Mrs J. E. Owsley. Eugene Roth .
Crosby of Brooker "* oall.aDd the
dries leaves no' ,mell. 3 vas in I8"11" are packed tn
j
-
them up bowel. better thin without
PAZO OINTMENT faU.II"cu..I. calomel CO.t of
i nroMltte refund money If 1 the combined treatment Iersc.Just .
Mr. Mrs. and children this
sizes, 3Cc[ C5c, $1.25. Sold sad guaranteed In hln Wind llowllnilurPrutruduD, rLr. sickening 01'.J.vatiDg you-IS million and Algood section Sunday ask druggist far HAYES"nEALlNG
I I If '11' 1'01 I. H mul\ yuu *i" I your
v\ by D. C. Jones -Adv I 1 til . Ilk "ga. i'tltut. bottle sold, Gertrude Blanche, and Percy Griffin, I i John Thigpen was a visitor to the 1I0NEY.
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FRIDAY APRIL 8. 1921. BKAUFOKD COI/NTT TELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PACK SEVEN :

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FARM HANDS OF JOHN date., | in the service. He said his father recommend mercy if the negrois i Messrs. H. 1). Waedin Math and'Jacksonville.; : Mrs. Norman I I. much k" I s,

WILLIAMS AKHESTED Stories alleged to have been lately had paid the fines of negroes convicted when tried here. LeRoy and Mrs. Equilla Dixon were better at this writing s Ir

'told the grand jury by Floyd !I who otherwise would have When the solicitor was asked business-visitor to Gainesville Satur I" --- ....- I "

Johnson a young white man. gone to the chaingang to get la- his plans about Manning he declined day. I NOTICE OF MASTFR-S SALE '
Investigation I .
in lly vlrtuo
as.Witnesses .f decree
Wanted a of foiwlnun> end
that there had been a concerted bor. to reply definitely but referred Everett Wasdin and Arthur Harvey ala rendered In the Circuit Court, of the ....

of Peonage Cases }I I effort to cause racial trouble and "Are the peonage charges' questioners to the legal of Waldo spent Sunday in this "l't-I I'I ford Kurhlh count Judicial.,, hy Circuit the limy of Florida II. A,, for Thrasher Brad i:: I

to make it appear negroes killed 'against your father and broth- code of Georgia covering per- tion. |I, Judirv of aid court, dated the CHIh day of . .
Covington Ga., March 30.- under fear" in II. D. Waadln and March. A. J). mi. wherein Kmm. Klnhara 'j .,
the found dead in the hope asked. sons "acting committing Riley Wasdin .
i
I.
he
men i ers true ? was ; I 1 complainant, and R. A. Carver KJar. Carter I H
Federal agents raided the farmin 0"1' influencing public sentiment crimes, as :Manning said were in Starke Wednesday.. and J. W. AI......, are. defendant. . I. a> ..
Jasper county today o( JohnS. ( "Well if they are guilty of he The section reads Mr. and Mis. Wilson of Hlwcial, !Mauler. appointed to carry out aald )
in favor of John S. Williams Dr. Williams replied was. : Waldo darn. olll offer for die, and .,dl at rulill \
Williams, charged with having I were discussed today by Dr. Gus I', peonage, "A person committing a crimeor spent Sunday with!) their daughter i I, ciitcty, for sash to the hluhmt and hunt liM-
after if studying d... at the .'
front d.n
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11 a lengthy pause. as >r of the courthouM 10
the murder of negroes i
caused Williams A hero of the Somme misdemeanor under threatsor Mrs Matthews tin- city of Burke, Bradford County Florida" .
and arrested several negro I his answer "there are. menaces which sufficientlyshow during the heal hour. ..r ale! on "
where his services j ,1
wantedas retreat won many other farmers in Georgia i iI MONDAY THE 8FCOVII DAY OF MAY ,. .
farm hands whom they him the British war cross. that his life was in danger MOVIE MOGULS OPPOSE: CLARA I A. D. IV21. ,
of the crime. It is I "
material witnesses in the investigation I guilty same the alma twine the flna f
shall not be found guilty : and HAMOVS FILM AITEAllANCi: Monday in raid
The elder Williams and hU. true they have bailed negroes i most the follimin.crlWrt land .I'unte. i ,
of alleged peonage such threats and menaces!' beingproved Isms and living, .In Ilradford moony Florida. 1. r
condition on the farm which are three younjrest sons, Julian Hit- out of jail but they have' paid and established the ; I to-w itThe I !'i s '
land and Marvin have consis- them and given them per The allied amusement industries of South .. .. ..
Half
have caused the kill wages 'Rl-2) r floulhweot Q" -
" declared to : tently refused to discuss!' the clothing to son compelling by such threats California composed of representatives top (RWI-41 of Routriraxt Quarter ISEI-O!\ <>f >I '
wear. Hectlim Thlrty.four <*4>. Town.hlp rlU Ill :
ings and menaces the commission! of of motion picture theatres wenton .
case since the father issued his Houth ltiinin Twenty.tm> (H) CaM ,
federal investigatorsmade
After
Williams, it was announced to- first statement after arrest : the offense shall be considereda record at their recent meeting held AI..., The. Northeant Quarter (NF1.4 of
gUe-, their trip to the plantationin Northwmt Quarter I INW1-4) of Section Three "
day by Judge Hutcheson, presiding principal and suffer! the same in San Francisco the .
gorically denying the charges.but as opposing appearance IS) TownHhlp fUnen" (7) South of ""n... ,
said
judge in the.Newton county February Dr. Williams punishment as if he had perpe- of Clara Smith Ramon recently -: Twenty-two tar Ka: .t.
the eldest son, Dr. Williams. and told the "they R.: M. JOHNS. I ..
superior court, will be placed on called in today negroes trated the offense acquitted of the slaying of WAIToSr'" '"' *'"'" 'In <''h"n*rrrUillcltor r ...
men I
newspaper
should be making more ONO .
money
next Tuesday on one
here
. trial Jako L. liamon in Ardmore Okla. '
the murder Indictments which and offered to answer any ques- and working only eight hours a LAWTEY for CunoplaiuanLt41t-/-2a
of The motion picture theatre
tions that they might ask. day the elder Williams decidedto representatives
bodies ,
of the
followed the finding
adopted a resolution declaring NOTICE TO RELATIVES KTO '

of three negroes in a riverin Dr. Williams declared his father let all dissasitfied ones leave. Lawtey April 8.-The funeral services "this association is of the The ne>t of kin to the 1.10 Wm. H n....k.. ...,:'
and brothers innocentof I He the who decriued. '..Ie of Ilradford County, Florida ,. .
were even negroes
than 100 gave
More
this county. of Richard D. Bennett who died opinion that an exhibition of this sort and all creditor of aid ..''at. and all other k d
veniremen have been summoned the murders and also of the owed him money enough fundsto in St. Luke's hospital Wednesday of would unduly and improperly a whom It may aonoern, will" Circa take' no. 1 ,
put :
the that on April ID, A. II. IHtl, I will. -
alleged attempt to incite race get them out of the county appoint
Governor Dorsey has suggestedto last week from wound .
a gunshot received premium on violence a creditor of paid relate or aom fit per.on
officials'that Williams be puton : trouble following the exposureof and cancelled their debts. Dr. while attempting to arrest a a. ailmlnlatrator of aid .tat. In the ahaenre > I.'
The members of the associationpledged of th. next to apply for auchappointment
each of the murder alleged conditions.!! "The first Williams continued.Dr. .o''dun.: '
trial for negro Chadwick Ballinger\ was held themselves. not to exhibit the having been
they (the three sons) received the any Rhown to Ice Inrirtited. and ileeeaMed havingrreldrd It.
younger Williams
cor-
separately. his late
residence 11
charges at Thursday at pictures in which Clara Hamon ap In llradford County, Florida, to tint y-;
There are three murder char- knew of the latest attempt to respondents at the Williams o'clock. Rev. E. D. 13oyer.- pastor of of hi. death, and all known aaveta of paid elate > I
pears. loin altuated In the ..Id Bradford '
rouse public sentiment againstus home a typical Georgia country the coun i'
ges in this county against Williams Baptist church conducting Charles D. of ty. Florida. .
here the physician said place situated on a commandinghill Cooley Tampa, president R. A. OKEFN. ,
who according to Clyde services. All stores and the banked I .
of County Judge Rradrortt
the Florida association of County State of '
Manning his negro farm boss "was when I told them the other and surrounded by fields!' ina 44 so all could attend the service. .-.1"., 8ISBt4lB.NOTIt "

brought three negroes into this night about rumors I had heardin high state of cultivation. The The floral offerings were profuse. Indicating theatre owners, has addressed an Inquiry ,
to the Florida
exhibitor
county and had them drowned. Covington. The truth about house is not particularly largeor the esteem In which the deceased requesting 'K OF ELECTIONS
the situation is this imposing but to have them to refuse to show any I Py the power vtaied In them hy the achoot t
: appears held this
grand wa in community. .
The Jasper county jury film in which Clara Hamon Smith 1. of th plate of Flnrila. the Hoard of

will meet April 11 to inquire in- ."Johnson came to my mother's been well built and contains I After the funeral service. the remains appears I'nlille, In.truetlon, flradfordCounty herehriid I '
He states 1 feul that .
: we, as < r. an election to he held In the fotlowlnvKlieclal
to the deaths of eight negroes house the day after father had many conveniences that formerly were carried to Evergreen cemeteryand (exhibitors should not countenanceany Sub Rchool Dl.trlcta. on Saturday.

whose bodies were found in that been arrested and told of meet- were peculiar to the city. The laid to rest. The deceased leave person or star, who has become three April trtntee lllh. IBIEI.and for to rieUrmlna the purpoa th*of amount eleetlnr of

county and the governor has ing a car filled with negroes on flower gardens made the yards a devoted wife, seven (children father notorious mills to b* iuwMd W

asked that the jurors not'only the Allen bridge over the Yellow beautiful and there were four mother and one brother Henry anda on our through screens some In pltturos(crime to as appear it- In For Dl.trirt the .punHiaa Mo. I.of Th.holding.......the, the paid. .followingmanavera election'

indict Williams and Manningbut river. automobiles on the place includ- host of friends to mourn his untimely have lieen appolntvdl M. Hall H.
Is detrimental
decidedly to our indus E. Moorer. Q. W. Hlnaon.
also the three younger sons "He stated that he had seen ing that of Dr. Williams. The end. try and lowering to the picture hous For the pa....... of hold In. th* said. .'.....lIoft. ,

of Williams. two black bodies in the and did not make He was 89 years of age; and had In Plmrlrt. No. t, Hampton the followingtnanafrer. r.
car youngest sons an es. We want Florida to follow the have been aprmlnted t J. W Wattcr.on \

Reports that the three younger that the negroes had told him if appearance and when the phy- lived In this neighborhood during his other states who will take this stand. .I I.the B,purpm Hall. J,of n.boldln llodm.For the. said election :;,

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sons of the plantation owner he told anyone they'would kill sician was nAked where they lifetime. Before his death he Bald he Let's do our part to keep our screens In Ptatrirt No, R, Brook., the followingmanatrer.

had sought to incite white resi- him. At the time they told him were he' said they did not care felt the assurance that all was well clean." C..,. J. T.. Andrcwa hoe been, O.appointed Johnson I, T. L. "

dents against the negroes by reports this he said they held their to talk pending their possible with him and asked his loved ones to .For the. ,,"....*. of noldlna th* paid .. en't"'t"
.
meet him In In nUtrlct Na, 14, rln. Grove the ,. ..' .
that the negroes plannedan guns on him and since he has trial. They have not yet been heaven. LirilT. (CONEY INJURED AIRMAN m.n..... have .been appointed! J. W, WII- 1.1 .
Henry Bt'nnett'and family of Jacksonville klnaon, 1..1. Harris, OHITIa.For 'I
It. n '
uprising were investigated been sleeping 'with his gun.. He arrested although warrants are DIES AT NATCHEZ WED. the utrpo.e' of holdlna' the .aid election ,, r.,
again today by the grand jury told my mother that he had decided out against them at the requestof attended the funeral of R. In l.trlnt No. ID, Hl.'in... th following m.n. ;, "a
D. Bennett Thursday. Mvera hav been apeolntedt l Underhlll. t
here which recessed tonight to come voluntarily to her Governor Dorsey. The fatheris Natchez Miss. March .10. Lieut. J. M. Ilrownle. R. |Il.lnlop. aey ,

without taking definite action.It and tell of the occurrence be- in jail at Atlanta where lie i A. II. Harley was a business visitor For the ,.......... of holding. the aM election, ,'t, .
I William Devoe Coney 27, who was In Dlnlrirt No IT, lloatdraln the followlnvtnanaiter. ,' ,
Branford
to Mayo and Lake City last ''
,
was'announced that the the
inquiry cause he wanted to help my fa- and negro Manning were seriously. injured when his airplane hav Iteen aiitolntedt IS Moor., .y
would be taken up at an early ther. And now they tell me he taken for safekeeping.The week. K. M. Coleman: M. .M, Orlffui. 1 1For
I .
E. D. filled crashed Into a tree near Crowvillo, the tiuritna of holdinv the paid elentlonIn
has confessed in Covington before fate of Manning whose' Rev. Boyer an appointment Dl.lrlrt No. I*. Itrariford, the followingmanauer. '"' r
Worm In Child Baldwin church and La., last Friday morning died of his have. .
No a Healthy at Friday been aptHilnted I J. V. Ed-
It the grand jury that it was statements regarding the kill injuries at a local hospital here at ....,... Wm. llarrall, T. H. Kdward
All children troubled with Wormi have tn uo- Saturday I .For the of holillna. the said. elmstlonIn
all a frame-up. resulted in the indictments purpose
healthy color. which. Indicate poor blood and a*. ings W. E. Torode was visitor to Jack /13:20;: p. m. today. Dl.trlcl No. 99. followlnirmanager +
a
rule there I. more or I eta stomach disturbance. Dr. Williams then described I against himself and Williams The death of the lieutenant whoso. hav* torn .?|::.\ t'j.t'it.. I.. Mann i
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regularly eonville Tae day. C. C. Merall. W. R. Alderman.
for two or three weeks, will enrich the blood. conditions on the farm sayingit was the subject of speculationhere Mrs. M. J.. Smith and children of back was broken by the fall resulting For the purpose of holdln the aid election, r
Improve the dUMtlon and.ct...aeneral9 tmnet h- had become badly run down today ,and courthouse!' attaches In a complete paralysis of his body In Dl.trtat No. a. 7.ltT, the llnwlna nianavemhave
rolntf Tonic' to the whole yatem. Nature will then Dunnellon are spending a few daysat ; loon arMiolntvdl, J. W. Lwla, It I'. ;
throw off or dlanel the worm..odtheCblldwlllb during the war as he and the voiced the opinion that the home of her grandparents Mr. from the chest down was not unexpected Lewi.. C. Kelly. ,
.In perfect health. Ploaamut to take.. *Wo bottle. three brothers were all Solicitor General Brand would I L. W. KtCKLITFR.
per younger and Mrs. Henry Bennett. Mr. Smith as his physicians had announced Chairman Hoard Tulilta In.truclion, Bradford

came up to the funeral of Mr. Bonnett 1 earlier in the day that be could live AtU County tlH. Florida.

and returned home the next day.J. only a few hours. II WIOOINS k
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Seeretary 8-It-6.410
E. Brown was transacting business -

In Starke last week.J. Birds Feared by Snakes ORDER FOR rUDI.1C'ATJONIn
Circuit Dial of Florida, Fl.hth
W. Andrews, Sr., of Starke, was Sunken In South Africa four th uc- Judicial Circuit Court Bradford County In Chan.

a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. retury-lilrd and! will even eruwl I uwa> :: r"i.

Mrs. Marion Oliver and (children of from Its "lulIl.1'hll11 bird devoursunalu'H Cable Comtilalnani.,

and l'lIl.I 'Ui>lly kill a reptile I I v. ,
few
Baldwin are upending a days d
J. D. Thompann.riefendant..
twice" lie slxn.!
with relatives in Lawtey. +

Marion Oliver was visiting relativesin CROSHV: LAKE I I bill It filed apH-arlnii| In the by alHiv affidavit.u.,.... appended cauaa. that. to J.the D.Thonuiaon '.h

Commercial Job Printing Inwtey Sunday. , the defendant therein named I. anonreoldrnt
of the Sr.le of Florida, and h. ,.
David Durban Jr., returned home Crosby Lake April H.-Mlmtes Audrey I. a _ldi. from Jacksonville last week where he of Columhla; .. of the United HtaU of America ' .
brother .... iiq
and Jeannette Norman and and la over the an* of twanty-on I It
had been employed at the Jacksonvilleship I. therefor.. oel.red. that acid nnnraildentdofendant 4 k'''
Watt-rouk visitors
of .
Roy
were
.
b* and la h.reliy required to appear t
outfitting yards for nearly a here Sunday. to the bill of complaint mod In .aid ."..... on
year. nr before Monday, the llth day of April. A. ,
James Denton and family of Bout- II. 11121, otherwise the alienation of paid. hill a
Lam Sapp and family of Hastings, drain were visitors hl'reIonday.! will be taken .. oonf.Med hy said. defendant. i
relatives friend It I. further ordered that thl. order b*
were visiting and i
Mrs J. A. Coleman, of Raiford was Mihllnhi'd one a wiwk for four consecutive.
hero Sunday. Mr. Sapp was enrouto the M. J. McUao week In the. Hrndford County Tebiaraph. a t'k
Monday.
guestrof ..,
nrw.papir ,puhlLheri In said county and .1. ,
to where In
Williston he will
engage T, N. Norman who has been hero "'h.. March II, 1U2I. .I'
the general merchandise business.A 0. W. ALDERMAN ',
for several days on account of the (Snail) Clerk Circuit: Court. !

H. Harley was transacting business Illness of his wife, left yesterday for By C. A. rH'fil. ,u
LETTER HEADS in Jacksonville first of the week. 1 '''. ,
I). F.. KNIOIIT.Hollcltor ;.J'w', '
r R. R. Thede was a visitor to Jack' for Complainant. 8.11.64OROFR /-8 ", I

sonville today.W. I,"

HEADS ,..', 11, Burt was a visitor to Starke In Circuit! Court.FOR Bl.t.PUIIMCATION of Florida. RlirhthJiidlolut '; .I

BILL first of the week. A Tonic err,, Clrauit llradford County In Chan \

J. E. Nick I.. fL-

NOTE HEADSI GRAHAM For Women X C. J. Jnhnaon.Itafendant.Complainant.. va.. I > 1..

Graham April 8_O. W. Dyal and XX .,1 i
It aiiiM' >acne. by affidavit appended &0.th. (
son were visitors to Hampton Monday XX X bill fllrd /In the abova atated _. that C. J. 1 ".. A' aJohnan
"I was hardly able to 1
afternoon. drag. the defendant therein named lan a
"'ul weakened." write Mrs. XX -_ld ENVELOPES Miss Lois Moody, returned Tuesday hla realdnnu la III I'.ar Btreet. Valdosta, t / '
from New River, where she. had been W. P. Ray, of alley, S. C. X on* year I I : t
"The doctor treated me for about It .. therefore ordered that acid non-reldent 1 lr
visiting relatives. defendant .be and I. hereby.. required to appearto I
two months, still 1 didn't get X the. bill of complaint filed In said cau. on I e
Will Jones was a business visitorto better. I had a large fam or liefor Monday, the 4th day of April, A. ; I
CARDS any '
Hampton Tuesday. It, 1021. otherwise the alienation of aid bit I twill
ily and felt I surely must do Ice taken a* .onr..... by said defend .,
\ : made business to
O. W. Dyal a trip X
something to enable me to take Holt: I
Waldo Wednesday I. further ordered that thl. order b* t' \>- + J.
care of my little ones. 1 ladheard ll.hed one a week for four eonaacutlv week. .
POSTERS Mr and Mrs. George Haxen, of In the llradford County ToU'Braph. a nwepaper I

SHIPPING TAGS Brooker were business callers In this of X This pulillithed 2nd, day of In March paid county A. D amt mi...* *... '

section Wednesday. (Real) W.Clerk ALDERMAN! Circuit Court.
Messrs. Joe Durchcl and O. W By C. A. KNIOIIT.

WINDOW CARDS ))yal were business visitors to Waldo, CARD I JOB HIM. WILLIAMS.Hollclt Deputy Clerk.: I'I'CJ.

Thursday. r for Complainant.4-'t-4-l ,

Chesley Fogg: left Sunday for Jack. TlOTlLK (Iff FINAL l7mcnARGK- .

sonville. Two month after date .hereof I will preventmy
I The Woman's Tonic voucher and final account. to the Honorahl I 'II>
Reed Tons visited hid parents at R. A. Or* a. County Judge of Bradford flt
Waldo Saturday. u ark to h* dl.eharired aa c.ecu- "
tar 1'In't of Mm. Smalt Reed hasp... fdd. ;
Messrs. Math and LeRoy Wasdin "I 1 decided! to try It," con X ........... .

and Marvin Ogden enjoyed a fish fry tinues Mrs. Ray . "I took I 1811.1r.t.d l thl. (2nd day of February! p. t;
'f
Saturday night at Sampson lake. eight bottles In all . I regained X H. J. STEWART: .
F.XMutor of the Estate of Susan. Reed M...
Mrs. ,lIeatra Johns and baby, of my strength and have ton. a-VB-Ot-4-22 ,
,
Jacksonville are visiting her aunt bad no more trouble with womanly (

BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH Mrs. Maude Graven, this week. weakness. 1 have ten 8HER'FP'8 SALE .

Mr and Mr. Earney Dowllng, of Children and am able to do all Horvkr notice I. rrvan Hint I. W. J. Eprwron : '
his sister housework and lot sheriff of Bradford County Florid. un. \\0,
Hamilton) Sunday with my a out .
spent fl.r and by virtue of that aartaln writ of ..... .
Mrs. C. B. Roberts. I door . I can sure ,:commend utlnn burned out of and under the hand and ;. 'J
bun.Incus CarduL"Take peal of the Clerk of the Circuit Court >>fHmdford 1
George Jackson of Cyril, was a ,
X County, Florid. la favor of W C. .
visitor here Friday. I Carded It tartar, plaintiff, and avaln.t C. O. Holland,
today. nay dffandant I hava l levied J upon and. will/ offer
David Kelly visited relatives and be Just what you need. for ate! and will sell to th, hlvhMt and beet '
friend at Sampson Saturday. X hlddvr for each Invent of the eourthortat
At an druggists. door In Slarka. Bradford" County, Florida, on
Frank Reynolds and Miss Onle Monday, the 4th day of April, A. I) 1021.
.afternoon with ta during the l.,ual hour of alp, the following
Graves Saturday f
STARKE FLORIDA spent dvnnrlhuri net state. to-wlt:
Frances Murrhee. WMt Half of Nnrthw..t Quarter of North-
wet Quarter of floallun U. In Township a
Messrs. Math Wasdin and Marvjn ---'- South, K.nx. tt Rut. Southwest Onartor of
Ogden motored to Waldo Sunday. the That Dot Northw: Quarter and Northwtat Quart: of '
Quinine !f-ul Affect The Hcc4IWfiiM Southwest. Quarter of Mellon 9, In Tuorrnh'p"'' t p t
Mr*. Browning of Sampson, is of Its tonlr end ,lanaflva ef/Mit. LAXATlVr. 7 South, Jt og. *1 C.1: \ '
I1KOMO OIJININK ( Idreta) can n* Inknu W J. EPPV1.SON:
her daughter
spending a few days with ; toy .iiyoiw vihIdceuxln9nrrvrmaueaamriuNUtemtbuherd. : i Tlorlff of Bradford County, 'lorlih. .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. FTARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 11I21. -
PAGB FOUR -:;::;
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;:0 house the spirit, as the paper bag may serve to hold a bunch of 1 I I"here. I,I to Bneoikl Ch.pt.992.- Road and,. Laws Bridge of Florida DUtriet, creating Number.

! '' .- lIlrLthfarl l flmtnti!!: J| Wtlrgtttp1t grapes; but when the spirit is fled the container is resolved into : for.Yes To that'show one how thing I 'came handle over the i. rive Two in notice Bradford that an County election Florida will,ba do held hereby laI

dust, as is the bag that is thrown away when it has performed its land hero you we 'I! Two.Special Bradford Road and County Bridie Florida District, on the Number Pint

1 t' I Tiissiori. And yet, from the way they embellish their bodies, but Tuewlay in J,,_ A. D. 11121. the Mine brine
' and Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at I Let' go out and see what I shoulddo the Seventh day thereof. for the pnrpoa* of
'f-' Published Weekly leglect their spiritual beings, a good fifty per cent of humanity I' with electingthree. members of the board of bond
. .", Starke, Florida.L. I first. Look at the tools I got tru_. One receiving the liljcheet. numberof
seem to think their bodies'are worth more than their souls. the farm. They don't look good to : votea In said district for a tern of three
yean: 0..lvID" the next blat "numberI
\ me but the man said he threw themin. rots In aid district fur a term of two
't; E. S. MATTHEWS.____________________________._..__Editor and Owner .. I I I years and one receiving the next hurbeat
SELLING WEST FLORIDA 1 number;. of votes in said district tot m term
You will need another plow. Some of one year, said terms to begin. on the first
- tF day of July A. D. 1921. onus soon.thereafter i'i'a.
j' i HE CHEERFUL 'I of, these tools will do this year until I he may qualify. tIN
Each succeeding legislature is presented with a program to sell you get started but you can find ev TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we tars hereunto

F with our fcllbwmen we should be cheerful West Florida.to Alabama. The latter wants this best portion of erything you want in the hardware Slarke.set our Bradford hands County at our.Florida regular this meetingIn the

In the intercourse really feel so or not. The spreading' of Florida, with its magnificent harbors and valuable lands, while the line at DeWitt C. Jones store at 4th day of April C.A.A.D.ROBERTS.1921./ 'Chairman.J. .
whether we
and optimistic, Starke. When get a new plow M. BROWNLEE.H. :.
you
capital seekers in south and central Florida wish to get'rid 01 west
11' of bestow and it H. WILLIAMS.
sunshine is a gift which even the poorest us can and ready to start 111 come over with
P. OAINEY
H.
; Florida that the removed to that portion of
they get capital
All feel attracted to one who ia may DOWUNO.
fI"1 is often very potent jn its effects. my mule and plow and help you get B. T.

cheerful. No matter how plain the features may be, the face that the- state. started. Au..tl G. W. ALDERMAN.Clerk. .

"1, bears a kind smile is always attractive. The scheme is chimerical, preposterous and ridiculous.: West That is very kind of you and I'll *--8-9t-6-

1' said that "men are led by trifles," and he told the Florida is the original Florida. Long before )Flagler and Plant discovered pay you well for it. NOTICE OF ELECTION
Napoleon I don't do it for Just want to I
east and south Florida west Florida well known pay. BE IT KNOWN That .., '.. members of
His asFlorida
who makes the world move. : was
: : truth. It is the cheerful optimist help you get started right.That's the Board of County Commissioners la and
hopefulness inspires others, and to the hopeful nothing is impos. and the only portion of the state thus known. very kind of you, but I'd for to Chapter Bradford 7890.County Laws, Florida of Florida In pursuance creating

There are a few Alabamians in west Florida who would like to rather pay you. Special Road and Bridge District. Number.
.t' sible. One In Bradford County Florida do hereby
J the sick cheerfulness is necessary for the recovery of ee this part of the state attached to their native state.: But the Nothing doing. give notice that an election will ba held in
In room
to health. The with a countenance that "will entiment of the people is utterly opposed to 'such a project. Where can I get a stove T We got On.Special Bradford Road and County.Bridge Florid.District. on the Number First
the patient person an old stove with the place but the Tuesdsy In June, A. D. 19C1. the eama being
fir; turn milk sour" has no business! there. Cheerfulness and hopeful. Panama City Pilot. misses says she can't get along with electing the Seventh three day members thereof of for the the board_purpose of bondtrustees. of

r ness are contagious and have 11 good effect upon the patient, while that. It's all burned out. On. receiving the highest numberof
rots lo said district for a term of three
I' : despair of condition, tears and long faces, often neutralize the .. MULTIPLICITY OF LAWS DeWitt C. Jones has a fine line of I years I one receiving the neat highest numberof .
in said district for a term of two.years
votes
& doctor's efforts, and a patient who is virtually condemned to death stoves and you can buy them as cheap i and one receiving the next highest

by the despairing ones who surround him cannot well be expected The law has made many advances in these later years, but it as you can in a big city.need In there.fact you. of number one. year of .votes said In terms said to district begin on for the a term first
can get anything you thereafter.
day of July A. D. 1921 or aa soon
,I)' to recover. still abounds in useless verbiage, irritating delays, antiquated Why didn't this man I bought out .. he may qualify.

, We are so constituted that by the exertion of,will power and opinions and precedents of one sort or another, very much out of have a winter garden and strawberries IN TESTIMONY set our hands WHEREOF at our regular.. ban meeting hereunto -

common sense we may put ourselves in a happy mood despite our line with modern life, modern science, modern discoveries and ? He hasn't a blamed thing. I In Btarke.of Bradford County.D. 1981.Florida this tba4th '
day"
j troubles. What is the use of magnifying them? Why not, rather, modern ideas of justice. The tendency, however, in recent yearsis see other farmers have some and APrih A.A. BROWNLEE.ROBERTS. Chairman

1 .: view them through a lens that makes them appear smaller? We the attempt to regulate everything by statute. The legislaturesif some farmers have most everything.I J.H. M.H. WILLIAMS

1', have heard of a'boy, who was a chronic crier, once crying becausehe the various states in the last two years passed over 1,500 new that told makes you it's Darn here.work Some and have time S.H.T.P.DOWLING.At..t OAINEY. .

could think of nothing to cry about. lie was the opposite to laws, and Florida had chare in this number. This growing su not yet got the crops time. I am sure you .IG. W. ALDEKMAN.Clerk.. -B-IIt-II.

"Mark Tapley," one of Dickens' characters, who made it a,point to perfluity of laws, so voluminous that no one man can know them, have good land here andean enlarge

be "jolly" under all c1rc.umstancea-and succeeded. If we were regularly adds to the legal criminal list of a large number of per- your fields, so in a few years you will BUY GROCERIES and FEEDat I

all like Tapley, what a pleasant place the world would be. : sons who would not knowingly violate any law. Few men in these have a fine place but it takes work.Come .

I days are exempt under the multitudinous restrictions being constantly to dinner. It's all ready and WHOLESALE PRICES
don't wait.
A man riding on a road near Tallahassee was caught in a imposed, from .being guilty of some offense and liable to We H i1(| direct. yea savins retailers arafitt uJbenf '

shower of some bright melted metal. He probably happened to criminal prosecution. It was ex-Governor J. W. Folk of Missouri, To thf Hnnorabl PETITION Board FOR of ELECTION Public Iimtructlon eat of aiia real district! tea uses

who said: "When in doubt: a law." Sixty thousand laws of Bradford County i Tea real merry
strike the outskirts of a "silver shower" given the legislators by once pass W#. the undcrairncd patrons of BranncnMhool

the wire fence trust. rave been enacted in the United States in the last five years. Only to call, aa hmbr election petition for our your sub honorable district to body add JUST A FEW OF OUR SAVING SPECIALS

the lawyer-If this keeps up-who: makes a business of studyinghe the follnwin dnwrlbed. lands to our dlntrletl Corn $1.90
Section IS and IS township B South.
11 statutes, will be able tofamiliarize, himself with them and keep Range 19 But! Section .. .. 7, 8. 17, IS Data 2.10
BARNACLES
:' GET RID OF and Weat Half of Northweat Quarter, and
" out of,jail.-: W. A. McRae in Biennial Report of Prison Division. Bonthwmt Quarter of Section II and Went Halfof Larro Cow Feed 3.30
Section 1C In townahlp5. Soot), Bang 20
! 4.50
t ___ __ __ .Bant. I ItSllI'Dad Blue Rose Rice
- .n
,It is said that the whales, when infested with barnacles, go towhere ) I Grits Afrolito Brand 2.30
I. PINE HILL file, in and let's get a hustle on. Can't J. P. DYESSLH .
I' there are reefs or come sand and there rub off the para. I C. HODGES. Corn Meal 2.30
stay long: Get up there, Rastus.
with barnacles below C. J. MOORE. B_t Pulp 2.75
sites. Ships frequently become so covered Pine Hill, April 8.-J. E. demons Well, here we are. I P. P. KERCE 3.00a
the water line that their weight is increased: and their speed decreased was in Brooker Tuesday. Howdy, Mr. Bradley. Meet my wife, J.J. B.L.. BOWLING VARNES. Fall. "0 Pep" Scratch Mash. Feed 3.78'F.

and they have to go Into dry dock to have them scraped Miss Eva Edwards, of Bradford, Mrs. Brown. J.. W.J. BRANNEN.J. MOORE. O. 8. JACKSONVILLE'
off. spent Thursday night and Friday with Glad to meet you Mrs. Brown. Come M. I* ADDISON. .-.-. -.-.9. I Send. for Money Serbia Price List and give
her aunt, Mrs. A. B. Surrency. I II' right in and meet my wife. She'll be quantity ....w... *
People living in small communities, from keeping the same NOTICE OP ELECTION I
glad to have you call. Mrs. Bradley DANESE FEED & GROCERY CO.
Miss Lucille Harrell and brother BE: IT. KNOWN That we. aa member! of :
routine of existence and seeing the same faces and scenes all the attended the surprise party at, C. M. meet Mrs. Brown. Very glad to meet the Board of County CommUMlonen In and 6M W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville.
I for Bradford County Florida In punuance
time, eventually get their minds covered with barnacles, as it Andreu Thursday night. you.Come -- ..---- -
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become dull bigoted narrowminded, intolerant. They right in. We've not straight -
were. They Several of the young people of this
should put their minds in a dry dock and have the barnacles re section. enjoyed a social at; A. _L. ened up much yet. Our things just '
came yesterday.
moved. Greene Saturday night.A. Here, Mrs. Bradley, we just brought I THE PACKAGE GROCERY'

The best dry dock for this purpose is a large city. An occa- B. Surrency was a visitor to you over a little truck. Thought you

sional day spent there will do you good. You will find that the Jacksonville Thursday and Friday. could use them, as you had no garden JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
J. W. L. Pinholster was in Brooker! .
world really moves and you will get an incentive to keep it moving. Sunday afternoon.J. yet. I Get your name on our mailing list to receive our SPECIAL MONEY SAVING -
You kind and
i find works accomplished and great works going on; are so thoughtful. PRICE LISTS they iuned.
You will great A. 'Douglass/ and daughter, Vic- I Don't they look fine? Thank you so a* are

wealth, beauty,and taste on every hand and products from every toria, and son, Russell, were guestsof much. And strawberries In the I WE CAN SAVE YOU FROM 10 to'20 per cent on every article you boy

portion of the earth. You, will find many things that you have relatives and friends in this section winter Look Bradley, they are fine, from ui; lave yon all middlemen's profit and when dealing here

,, p \ read! about, but which you did- not think really existed, revealed Sunday.Mr.. and Mrs.. A. B. SurrencV and and winter.you can grow all this here in 'the yon buy at WHOLESALE price Case or broken loU.

before your eyes. daughter.Rosa, were guests of relatives Sure but it lakes time and labor. A FEW OF OUR REGULAR PRICES
The city dweller's: mind also becomes infested with barnacles. at Brooker Sunday.. Anyone that'will work can grow any

His artificial existence tends to make him selfish, cynical and un Mrs. R. II. Greene celebrated her thing here and get two crops a year. Green Mountain Inch Lemons, fancy stock, 18c

believing. To rub these barnacles off-and they are very unpleasant 63rd birthday Sunday. All of her I. I'm not afraid of work, but I see j Potato**, SO lb.. $1.00 dozen

parasites-he should use.as a>dry dock the country and the children were present except Mrs." I'll have lots to learn. It's so different Gold Medal Flour Onions

s sea shore. No one who becomes well acquainted with nature can Berta Anderson, of Georgia, who was 1'8 Ib. lack 5.60 10 lbs. I 30c
detained on accountf sickness. Others
doubt that there is a higher Power, who rules the destinies ,of all present were Mr. and Mrs. B. {). 1 NAPIER GRASS Rice, fancy Bin Rose 1 1.00 Campbell' and Ritter..Pork 1 1.08
"' things, a charitable Power, protecting and guiding all things, no Colson and children,' of Worthington, I 25 Ib. and Bean, do*. -

matter how lowly, and it will teach him veneration for God, admiration Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cblaon and baby, (Pennlsetum Purpurum) Sugar, granulated. qq\ Seal Brand Coffee

of His works and charity to his fellow men. Mrs. Arie Colson and two 25 Ib. L.Lu 3 Ib. tin 1 1.10 1
L. and children'l Extract from Agricultural Station
J. W. Pinholster
Floridians have no excuse for keeping in the same rut all the lie Mae.and Cantey Oliver. Bulletln.DISTWBUTlON. Libby's No. I Corned Heart'. Delight Corn
1 1.68 1 1.10 1
and the 9 Beef do No. 2 dosen
time. The country dwellers are never far from a big city, n
., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johns Mr. and
city people can easily transfer themselves to where nature rules Mrs J. E. Clemons attended church AND HISTORY Smoked Bacon 2.40 Bolo Peanut Butter 5Dc

supreme in all her glory. Florida is a land of pleasure and recreation at New Hope Saturday and Sunday.Mr. I 12 Tin 2 lb. tinCenned .

,a as well as of profit.., and Mrs. M. A. Clemons and Africa.Napier! The grass Rhodesian is a native Departmentof of tropical Hunt; better Brand 34c Apple, gallon 60c
two children and Miss Blanche Hum Ib. tin.
has the of
distinction
a phrey, of Brooker, spent Sunday in Agriculture
TilE SPIRITS TENEMENT having first introduced it Into culti-
+ Pine Hill section with relatives.I. 2.90c
vation. This was about 1010. In 1913 Eagle Milk doseD
: business
IV W Pinholster, Sr., was a
told in bold headlines that "the distinguished visitor in Brooker Saturday. the United States department of agriculture .
other daily
The day a paper
first introduced it Into this AU order filled day received. Oar unusual facilities enable
togi"
I IV same a*
Messrs. J. E. demons and A.
remains" of an exalted who had lately paid t
t personage "Here it be valuable
to
Surrency were business visitors in country. promises yon high grade food at price much lower than yon can get
his, debt to nature, were viewed by thousands. Many thoughtful Starke Monday. f for planting In the extreme: eliewhere. We sell broken lot at wholesale prices

'readers smiled, no doubt, at the effusion of the obsequious "head Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son,.I South, including the entire State of
for the term decidedly incongruous. The poor clay Florida, and a strip extending as far THE PACKAGE GROCERY
writer, was J Resale; of Brooker, were guests of her
I"
: deserted by the spirit, was only a distorted replica of the man as parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Crews. I north Southern as portions CeAtralSouth of Mississippi Carolina, Texas , 239 W. Adam SL Phone 3296 JACKSONVILLE FLA.

he had been in life, nothing more. rAt
and Louisiana also portions of
I Never Knew You Could Keep Rata :
birth and after death we are all alike. The child who's"ditch Out of 'a Butcher Shop" California and Arizona. Work withit - ---"- -. -- __ _ ._ n _
, (,' delivered by a drab" comes into the world not a whit worse What Ralph Watkins says: "Fir was first started at the Florida Experiment

: ', ofT than the embryo prince. After death nature is in'a big hurryto ured rats around store had enough to I Station in 1915. Since that I

separate into the original elements what has been a mighty po fled onj wouldn't touch anything sus I time It has been grown cooperativelyor
mare picious. Heard about RAT SNAP,'i distributed in small lot for plant Lumber Prices Reach Low Level
I tentate or a ragged beggar. And her methods are not a bit gave it a trial. Results ware wonder ing in many widely separated sections .

refined in. the one case than in the other. If cremation is used, all ful. CJeaned all rat out in ten days. of the state.

7. that remains of a body is a few handfuls of ashes, Dog about store night and day never i Analysis From Station BuUetJnNaAier You can'nowibuy direct from our mills and savei$ 1 10 1

"Imperial Caesar, dead and turned to clay, touch RAT SNAP. 3 sizes, 86e. tJ5c, Grass Green toil 5 thousand house'bills.
$1.25j Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Water ,_.,___?..._*______....__65.84 per on your complete
fill crack to the wind
May a keep away. Jones Stark -Adv.ea Ash ?._?-.-._._._-_._..._. 2.68 Before
Some years" ago an English Egyptologist discovered a tomb aB aaaB aaaaa BM Protein ._________.____.._._. 8.68! buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber required -

where millions of cats had been deposited some thousands of years Fiber ., ..._..._..______...._13.24 and let us quote prices delivered and save 'you'

ago, when the Egyptians worshipped these animals. They had FARMEOROWNSamantha Napier Gran. Hay

been well preserved by means of embalming, and the practical. Water _._.......____....... 8.85 from150.00 to $500.00 on your building.
,'i Ash _.----_.__._____._._.__. 9.92 "
,.' English sent a ship up the Nile, to bring the cats home and grindthem after you get supper Protein ___i..________._____n.38 ALL LONG LEAF YELLOWfPINE
up for fertilizer. Such mumies of emperors, high priests, dishes done up, I wish you'd go with I Carbohydrates4602

k t' .. :statesmen and war chiefs as could conveniently be got at were me to call on a newcomer. I met him I Fat __________________..____ 2.15 '

1 i : considered as good as the cats for fertilizer and were dumped' with in town and he said his -wife feels Fiber --.__.....____._._*.___2650 THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY ,
r the time another pretty lonesome yet. Let's go' over" I PRICES PERRY FLORIDA
thelatter into the hold of the ship. About same ,
and take garden truck. !The!} Naplet
some I grass joints, $10 per thousand .
; the Crimea to gather bones ostensibly 1
English ship was sent to haven't grown anything yet, you know $1.50 a hundred.

front the; horses that had died by the thousands on a battle field' All right, Josefus. I'lL/iw/ randy as I Napier grass roots, $50 per thousand Dressed i Framing, $28; Flooring $28; Ceiling,. $ ))8; rn

there; but the bones of hundreds o!<'soldiers who had fallen and loon as you*get the truck ready. j'I $6 a hundred. Siding..,$18Lath $5. .

had been left unburied, were not despised, and a general's bones They Jook mighty nice Brown. Now I I f. o. b. Brooklyn : ; ,
The bones all served to furnish' :wash them and I'll take sonic strawberries '! Come and see the grass growing In '
not be told from a corporal's. FREIGHT
could I I picked this momfn!!!. ;" |!the fields. I will be glad to show you PREPAID'T'
acid to the English soil. fi
phosphoric What's their came, Josef us T around. ? .

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FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELECRAPII STARKE, FLORIDA. FiYB't'
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-- I IN GREAT Messrs. Dennis Roberts of Worthington church at N/ew Hope Sunday. Mr. and Mr,. Kickliter have moved ,

I attended the entertainment ot, I Mrs Hogan Smith, of Sampson,I bock to ,town in the Cason cottage 'I'
T the schoolhouse Saturday night. was in here Saturday afternoon
Bits of LocalInformation 1 C. We are glad to report that S. B. \
I SHAPE STATES Monday.A. Roberta motored to Starke on ,i Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Baxter and children I )Denmark who has been on the sick .\ .

II I Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Andreu and list, 1 Is slowly improving.
I T. II. Rimes
and Seeber Dukes, of children y
Mr.
: and Mrs. G. B. Colson ."
FARMER Miller I I Mr. and Mr. N. T. Bitch entertain- j
motored
Lake Butler
to Mon-
and Mr. I
and
F Fd son; Mrs. I. W. Pinhole I ed the young people Monday eveningI
I I ster, D. D. Weeks! and family. of La.
.. ... day.Mr. honor of their nephew. Percy Al-
/. r... a Me.u "
I .
and Mrs. Roger Collins and Crosse E. S. I' '
rwl/waa t* a** Cfmmlf ... taw r DECLARES TANLAC HAS OVERCOME Gainey, of LaCrosse, 1 varec, of Jacksonville. During the
HIS TROUBLES AND daughter: Martha Christine, returnedto Bloxham Ward, of Gainesville, Mrs. I
I ruing games were enjoyed and at ftI
their home in IVnsacoIa Sunday, Jno. Shriver and son and daughter .
L .. \ HE CANT SAY TOO I late hour refreshment of fruit, candy ,
-- MUCH FOR IT after ah ext'nded"Isit with Mr. rfnd Miss Hattie Mills, of Starkr, Misses I rake .'
and ice cream were nerved
J. R. Hall of Lake Butler, was In I the site by the old canning factory. Mrs. J. W. Townsend. Veda! Watson, Inez Abernathy, Lu- and the guests departed. Those who "

town Monday. -- -.- ---- "Tan lac has put me in great s- ape," J. L. Smith, of Dade City, spent bedia Pinholster Ona Rita Ward, of attended the party were Misses Dora 1
We said Ed Hickman, well-known farmer Sunday with his family. Gainesville, Messrs. 11. R. Brown, Johnson ,
pity those thirsty souls, who a Ara Mae and Marguerite
N. B. Hull is daily shipping Porto, last Friday night flagged: down a single living on R. F. D. No. 2, Jackson- Ben Crosby and Roy A. Gainey enjoyed Anderson, Mildred and Viola Kickli .I. j

' Rico yam draws.Marcu engine at Hugh, in the hope thatit ville, 'few day ago. r BROOKER a fish fry at the river Friday ter, Ileulah Mann, Mamie Denmark,

will brought booze from Starke. The "A year and a half ago I took the night I Clarice Dowling, Sadie Simmons, Alma .
Brown, of Tallahassee engineer could not even spare them a 'flu,' and it came near knocking me Brooker, April 8Mr. and Mrs. R. J, C. Cone walt in Lawtey part of and Lucile Alvarez, Verdie Wes- r,:
week-end home.
the at
spend drink of water, as he had barely out. After I got up I felt no account, A. Weeks and children spent Friday last week attending to business ter, Edna Dowling, Sybil Bitch, G....-

J. L. Jennings went 01a, businest s I enough in the tank to carry him to couldnt half do any work on the farm in Starke. Mrs. G. B. Colson is on the nick. !list tie Norman, Lottie Rhoden, Magdeline ,

to Chicago Wednesday. Baldwin, and the nearby branch was and had no appetite to eat anything.My Loren and Ellamae Hazcn, of thin week: Bitch Messrs. Shepard Moore, Earl
trip
dry. Had they read our first of April nerves were all on edge and I Gainesville, spent the week-end here J. M. Groover, of Mayo- i i. here Whitten, Percy Alvarez, Avery! Tyson,

3. O. McCormick of Wildwood, was story with more care, they would. not couldn't get a good night's sleep.' ,I with their parents. v visiting this week. Lacy Cason, O. H. Smith, Lrston

In Starke Saturday, visiting. relatives have been fooled. plugged along, trying first one thing Ralph and'Vaxcoe Ha ten spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny were Crews, John and Dewey 1I0IJlngs'I
and friends. and then another, but in spite of my. in Gainesville. visitors to Gainesville Friday. I worth, Willie Dowling, Carl Andres

lIon. A. V. Long and Captain Johnsof self, I kept going downhill until I Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughters, Tom Mills and family, of Graham, 'Alphonso Sapp, Carl Rltrh, Harley 1 ,
was so weak I had about played out ; Ona Rita spent Sunday here at the home of Mr. Moore, Carlos Johns ,
S. Sternberg, Sr., of New York, is Palatka, spent the weekend in and Mrs. Grady Kelly, of
on a visit to' Mr. and Mrs. S. Stern- Starke. Captain Johns is at the head altogether. .j Gainesville, spent the week-end here and Mrs. E. T. Stewart.W. Sidney Futch spent the weekend in .
berg, of this city. of the big sugar refining Well, finally, I struck Tanlac, and with relatives. A. Hutson, claim agent of theS. Lawtey with Ills parent. f'
companyoperating ,
at Palatka. lie came to the wiry I commenced to pick up surprised .' Mana Andrews is visiting her grand A. L railway of Jacksonville, Leston Crews, of Camp Jackson,

E. F. Chase, of Jacksonville, is Starke to personally investigate the me. And now I feel like a' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank passed through here Monday vnroute Columbua, S. C., i Is visiting relatives

spending a vacation in Starke with adaptability of our, lands to the hard working man ought to feel. In drews, of New River. An'j to Wannee. I here '*\it!';
fact, don't believe I could be in bet. .
his family. J. C. Cone and family
growth of sugar cane, with the idea spent Sunday RAIFORD
that his company might find it ad- ter health.' 1 anything, weigh a at the home of Will Andreu, of New I I
Mrs. Bessie Grant of hundred and seventy-six pounds and '
St. Augustine, River. =
establish : Radium
vantageous to a branch mill Raiford, Ajril 8. A. D. Andrew tmnnationa
is a guest at the home of her par here. He was greatly pleased with am as strong as an ox. Tanlae has Pine Hill lodge No. 9 held its regular was transacting businca sin Jacksonville The ininnatlon from rmttutn cannotbo y'
ents, Dr. and Mrs; J. 0.. Haynes. what he saw and interesting develop done such fine work for me that Ican't meeting Saturday afternoon. Thursday. stopped, but .IS scarccdyany h .

ments may result from his visit. recommend it too strong." Bloxham Ward, of Gainesville, wasa W. W. Rice left Wednesday for bautlon of the material appreciable, y P
Aut tops'. and auto painting. M.' visitor here Friday afternoon. despite the fact that a. sirenm of en-
Leviton, Starke. 1119tf. visitor here Saturday. Mr: Shackleford of. Lake Lake City, where he will spend a few arty I is" coimtunlly imoxlng' all from U, i
,
City
,
Nat Williams, a former citizen of I was days. this I* of nuiull constHiueoce. If the
Mis Claudia Terry, of Lawtey, Is' Starke, who has lately been engagedin H. C. Wimberly, Jr., returned Sun in town last week. Rev. Madjor of Lake Butler, filled ray were allowed to escape vroiulacnonaly tq 1t
day from three weeks' visit with I E. J. Ward
the'truest this week of her sister, Miss the mercantile business in Jacksonville a of Gainesville spent his regular appointment here at the however, tucy might, do consl tenable
here relatives at Madison and he was accompanied Sunday here with relatives.Mr damage In order to
Florrie Terry. was last week to make arrangements Methodist' church Sunday. > coufln
for engaging in the au- home by his uncle, W. R. ,. and Mrs. Alvin McKInney, of Perla Whitten, of St. Augustine, them, therefore, II cute has been eon i
tomobile tire business in a large scaleIt Wimberly, of Lovett, for a short visit Louise, were in here Tuesday after was the weekend guest of her parents strutted l with it tbUb. : llulng oft 19111 1 I
Wehave had several showers of here and visit to his Burton _.ii1i> tli. ate l.
;
a son ,
.
and 'th in is his Intention to handle tires directly I noon.Messrs. Mr. and Mrs W. M. Whitten.
late, young plants the in
from the factory to the retail Jacksonville '. T. B. Pinholster, J. S. For- N. T. Bitch and O. J. Griffin, of
fields! look vigorous.: buyer and he says he will be in position Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Miss Wini- syth, L. W. Sowell, H. P. and L. R. Starke, were visitors here Saturday.
to fred Wimberly, G. II. Barker, W. R. Gainey spent Monday at the county
make Mrs.
Mrs. G. W. Alderman and* dau&h.teJ'MIss a large saving to users G. C. Sapp and Mamie Den fENTA1YORfltCOLUMN
of tires inner tubes. will WImberly and II. C. Wimberly ir., '
Ina the week-end in and He neat.Claude mark were visitors to Lake Butler
; spent made business to
Monday -
a trip Lawtey Crosby spent Monday attending
probably open for business within the. Friday
with Carl I
Alderman.
Palatka next few 'to business in Stark: I I
days.Bradford Percy Alvarez, of Jacksonville, Is
M. A. Clemons and family spent the .
visiting relatives and friends here.
Mrs. Emma Wimberly, of Mobile,
county's legislators were LAKE BUTLER week-end at Pine Hill with'till parents We Mrs.
that
Ala. came Tuesday and is visitingat are sorry to report
oi hand the Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Clemons. FOR SALE-6 room house in Starke.
the home of her brother, A. Z. Ad- at opening of the session SI, M. Morrell is on the sick list.
kins.-, Tuesday morning. RepresentativeJohns Lake Butler, April 8.-Mrs. B.: P. ,Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, spent Mr. and Mrs. Barkow of Jacksonville Apply to Miss M. H. Slatrunk
: left Friday afternoon for Tal Wilson, of Ocala, was a guest of Rev. Saturday here with' his, sister, Mrs. have moved here 'into the Ritch Starke. 4-l-2t* d

Carr Colley, who .Is attending the lahassee and* was joined there by his Proctor and family Tuesday,evening. L. L. Johns. hotel. -
Mrs. II. L. Sprinkle ..nelson. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. and WANTED-Few more regular board-
Surrency
University of Florida, spent the week team mate, lIon. C. H. Register, of Myrtle Hood, of Jacksonville, was
and-Miss Schelly spent the week-end children and Mrs. Rosa Jones era. Price reasonable Mrs. J. T.
and
Lake Butler. Senator E.
end with his mother Mrs. W. A. Col- D. Knight the guest of Anna Mao and Marguerite
ley. went to Tallahassee Sunday in timeto with .Mr. an-J l Mrs. W C, Townsend.Mr. children, of Graham, spent Sunday in Anderson Sunday. Wills. 4-i-4t
take in the Herndoriis ill at his home with town. .
part preliminary organization W II. Andrews and mother Mrs.A. .
fever. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan attended FOR SALE-Two good horses, best
of the Mrs.
senate. Knight D. Andrews were visitors to Starke
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Roberts of Eus-
stock. Apply Sam Rosenberg,
and Mrs1. Johns accompanied their Misses Alberta and Lota Bielling church at New Hope Sunday. Tuesday.

tis., Warren are visiting, and her other mother relatives, Mrs.'J.L. and. husbands 'and wijl spend the (10-day and brother, Rollie, spent the week Chester and Frank Andreu, of New N. T. Ritch was a visitor to Law Starke. 3-11-tt.

session in the capital city. end with their parents at Providence. River, were visitors here Saturday. tey Monday.Mrs. .
friends.. Mark Tomlin and Henry Carries, of Maxle Kelly, of New River, spent Major and children of Lake IST-Top of Waterman fountainpen.
Johnstown, were visitors to town Saturday Sunday afternoon here.J. Reward for recovery by Mrs.J. .
READY FOR BATIIERS
Butler attended services the Methodist -,
at
Mrs. Janie Woodward, of Jacksonville A.;, Douglass and daughter, Vic church here Sunday. J.. Smith, Starke. Its

,'returned home Jast week aftera F. I want to announce to the public Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bethea and toria, and son, Russell, of Alachua, John Bryan, of Baker county was -FOR SALE--Single! comb white leg
visit with her sister Mrs. J.
that bathing department is children returned to their home in spent Sunday here with relatives
my now transacting business here Satuiday. horn eggs for setting, from heavy
Kickliter. open to those who desire to go in Perry, after a visit with her mother, H. P. and L. R. Gainey and families Mrs. Yocum, of Jacksonville, in visiting laying strain. |1.CO per letting of

Chickens and wanted.: J. F: bathing at the Kingsley Lake resort. Mrs. T.: J. Dekle. attended church at New Hope Sunday relatives and friends here 15 egg. Delivered by parcel poet ,
Kickliter. eggs 2-18-tf. A. S. STRICKLAND, Miss Kate Morton, of New Martin, Those who attended the fish fry at Helen Naurlght! is visiting in Jacksonville J. S. McCormick Raiford Fla. 4
; 4-8-lt' Proprietor. spent a few days with Miss Ingram Hill's ford Thursday were, Mr. and 8-4-121-5-20* ,
_
-- last week. Mrs. G. B. Colson and lion Resale,
Mr.
and Mrs. Roberts Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. W. E. Middleton went to At- Jesse Johnson, of Jacksonville is Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster 1 yrs.
a Mr.
,
NORMAL SCHOOL AT BROOKCR Harrison, of Worthington Springs, LOST-Black mare mule, about
kison, Ga., Saturday to see his brother guest: of his brother, W, W. Johnson, and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children, were transacting business here Mon olI'arid),! weighing about 800 pounds.Reward c
ill. He return'
who has been very A twelve weeks normal school will' this week. Misses Veda Watson, /Eunice Hazen, day afternoon. for return or Information

ed home Sunday night.J. be taught at Brooker,,beginning April I Peter Tomasella motored to John- Mana Andrews, Marguerite Shriver, Quite a crowd attended the dhow at I of whereabouts S. T. Dowling, I.

11, 1921. Tuition, one dollar per week stown Tuesday. Elma Shaw, Inez Abernathy, Messrs. the schoolhouse: !:Saturday night. I Raiford Fin. 4-8-tf.' ; ,
W. Morgan has returned home and board about $15 per month. All The baccalaureate sermon of the Louis Shriver, Claude Crosby, Fred
after an extended visit to Pinellas those interested in normal work are Lake 'Butler high school will be delivered and Lucian Hazen.. t

county, in the interest of his properties invited to attend.T. Sunday morning-at 11 o'clock W. Andreu, of New Rivet, was II

there. He also visited relativesin B. PINIIOLSTER, Teacher. by Rev L. A. Bawls, of Tampa. here Wednesday.
Tampa. Miss Liza Dukes, of Dukes was a Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colnon and non, GENERAL INSUAIMCEHAROLD \ \

MANNING'S CHEAP CASH HTORE: guest of her sister, Mrs. Sarah Douglass spent Sunday at the home of the late '
Those whose subscription to the last week.J. ter's parents, Mr. and Mis. J. Crews, c. WALL

Telegraph expired April 1st, will J. C. Manning has adopted the cash I. Dubose and Jeff Mizelle, of of Bradford. '

, please send remittances for renewal system in his grocery store, and nothing Worthington were in town Saturday. Mana Andrews entertained a number STARKE FLORIDA
at once, if they wish the paper con- will be charged. Not having any Wiley Kelly, of New River, was a of the young folks Thursday night ,

tinued., $2 per year In ,advance. losses from bad debts to 'secure himself business. visitor to Lake Butler Sat with a social. Those present were FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

against, he can sell his goods urday. Misses Veda Watson, Marguerite
Mrs. S. L. Hamrick will close her, cheaper than before, and that he doesso The W. M. U. manual class was .
_
kindergarten class today. Parents and I anyone can convince himself of held at'the Baptist church Wednesday Abernathy --- .a

others ,interested are cordially invited -I by giving him a call. As he handles afternoon. Miss Proctor, leader. and Ben Crosby, Fred and Lucian Ha-

to be present from ten-thirty to nothing but groceries and feeds, he The Woman's Club met Monday afternoon ten.

twelve. can give his full attention to these at a regular business meet- Henry Sowell and family, of Lacrosse r 4

lines.Mr. big. spent Sunday here with his WE LIKE TO HELP
Paul BaiRden, of Starke, and Miss Manning started in business a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams de- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sowell.

Rosabelle Sheats, of Hastings, were few years ago in a very small way, sire to thank their' friends for their Miss Hattie Dukes of Five Mile, '
married in Jacksonville April 2nd. but by honest and courteous dealinghe expressions of sympathy and beautiful is visiting her sister, Mrs, J. J.. Mor YOUNG MEN!

Their many friends wish them all hap has now a large stock of Roods and floral offerings in their recent be gan.Clara
'
piness. avery large trade. His departure in reavement. Cone spent Thursday in Ala
selling for cash only, and therefore H. 'F. Priester spent Sunday with thus shopping. The young man i ia an object of particular ;

Messrs. M. II. Markey/ D. F. Mac- cheaper than before, his trade will be his family. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen entertained interest to this Bank. We want '
Donald and G. A. Epperson, well still further increased. lie sells nothing Revs. Warren and David Coffin, of I a few of the young folk Sat !
known citizens of Lake Butler, were but the best. 1 t. Johnstown, attended church here Sun. urday evening with a social. Music to help him to get a start and then to .

transacting business. in Starke Wed- day. I and dancing was enjoyed after which get ahead. Mi I. '
nesday. HIGHLAND Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKinney are the : refreshments were served by Mrs. ,

guests of Mr. and Mrs, M. L. McKinney ; Hazen, assisted by Eunice Hazen and The future of our country it in the
David Kite last week presented the Highland, April Strawberry this week. Veda Watson.
hand of its people. Many of them
Telegraph with a stalk of sweet corn shippers are happy over getting some Miss Trumie Rimes, of Miller, is Those present were, Mime ,Veda young ri
that has two ears big enough to roast. much needed rain last week. The berries visiting her sister Mrs C. F, Rivera Watson, Marguerite Shriver, Eunice i do not seem to realize their responsibility I i iI

So far: as we know, hl;.is ahead of any were getting small and the yield .Dr. C. B. Marshburn, of Bonifay, Hazen Lorene-and Polly Mae Hazen, as young citizens of the Greatest Country : I
other, corn grower this season: was not as large as should have been. Irf the guest of his parents Mr. and Ona, Rita Ward and Inez Abernathy, I '
'. Mrs. J. A. Starling returned Wednesday Mrs. II. J. Marshburn this week. Messrs. Louis EHriver Claude Crosby ! in the' world. Happily, however, :

The yard of the A. P. Hoffman resi from Manatee where. she has John Williams, of Jennings was in Fred and Lucian Hazen, Eldon there are many who do, and when we
dence on Thompson street is gorgeous been on a visit to her son, H. B. Bennett town on business Monday. Baxter, Vaco and Ralph Hazen. "

and,.fragrant: Rosebushes and oleanders Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rivers, Mrs. J. A. B. Shaw of Gainesville, was attending see young people who seem to appreciate '

grow there in luxuriant profus J. I. Marr was a visitor. to.. Lawtey C. Crews and son, Shelton,' motoredto to business\ here Friday, duty, who have ambition and energy .w

ion. Thursday. Starke Monday. D. W Hacen acid family attendedSee then there is pleasure in watching them '
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Starling attend. Russell Varnes, of Johnstown was
Cooper & Snellgrov are busy moving ed the funeral of Richard Bennett at in Lake Butler Tuesday. I and in helping them.

their lath and crate mill back to Lawtey Thursday. A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday in 1.

the' east side of the railway to its Messrs. C. M. Click, Lee and How Sapp on business. I G. G.
former site. They wish to expand ard, of Jacksonville, were transacting; Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at Driggers . BANK OF STARKE

their business, but had no room at business here Friday.G. the state farm. !
II, Barker returned Friday from Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Borum and eon, LAKE BUTLER, FLA. ,.
STARKE
; JLORIDAUuder
How's This? Jacksonville, where he has been vU- D. W. Jr., spent Monday in Lake City. Agent
HAULS'' CATARRH MFDICINE! writ Iting relatives for a couple' of weeks. T. Ii. Rimes of Miller, motored to
?ItaalnoM o what .e cauied claim by for, Catarrh.lt- ur Catarrh W. do not or Miss Ollie Marr Halted relatives at Lake Butler Saturday. VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKSFor State Supervision

claim ." dtaeaae. I Mr. and Mrs Dock "
to Starke Saturday. Crews, of New 9 i J
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE U a aD kind of Tombstones and MOD-
liquid taken Internally and acla through Mrs d., L. Strickland, Mrs. David River, were shopping In town Saturday I E. S. Matthews, Pres. c.. C. White,Cashier j .
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the t.Mood upon the mucoui urfnca of Lang and sons. Barney and Richard, ., uncut A postal card addressed to me '.,,'
Inflammation
th..y.tam and natorlna-, thud r.d."III normal the condttlona were visitors to Starke Thursday. II. Blake is home again. after two at Lake"Butler Fla., will brine rtw t.fOU' .

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' PACE TWO -

*alw8y "aisnnhflhued< TanTln lier eye* j! Bnrays '"it. TJrTce. "nearrrm xueTa-,
uluoh Time for 1iappiieria-just thri.e j fou t?: id Juivw'liouvlit TliumTtfr fiftythoi i j' Grande Lumber company-at
tliterer l eTe. and
)'alit >ui drew a\\ny Ini1n bis.big left arm went" around her runs
! him. "ncin't tourh ,n. ." she cried years ; but (h. such wonderful years* It I :nnd. You bad it woman's reason, when her hands went to her face be least I will be tomorrow, and I ,repeatfor

i. 1Ooprrtflt sharply and with a breaking, note In Such wond..rfu'pur.1! I I I il'irv say. and women always reason drew them gently away. J!! the last time that you shall not

her volre. "You planned to kill Bryce "It was mighty floe of yon to bring from the hen rt. never the Lend How- "I've waited too lung sweetheart build the N, C. O.-beenuse rm going

Cardigan I And for (lint-aiid that flowers." he announced presently. "Iappreciate ever If you do not care to tell me. I v he murmured. "Thank Ood. I can tell to-.h. dear I shall\ die laughing at

; TheVALLEY lime-I nholl never forgive )'011..' that I1..." I could see slain not insist Perhaps I have sppciired you at last all the things: that have yon-because I'm going to merge with

She fled from the office leaving him you. \ ou must be a dear! nice, thoughtful I unduly Inquisitive.<<\ been accumulating In my heart I love the Cardigan Redwood Lumber company -

cringing. and grovelling on the floor. girl." Won't you sit down and talk "I would rather not tell you" she you Shirley, I've loved you from that I! and then 'my railroad shall be

"There will be no director meeting tome. ? i Hllhw..r..lI. first day we met at the station and your railroad, ftnd'e'U extend It and

\ Mr. Sexton" ale Informed the inunuter '1 vhould be glad to," she answered. A gentle, prewclent smile fringed tils all these month of strife and repret1 I 1 haul Gregory's logs to tidewater for

UK khe imxiied' through the general end seated herself< ) on the brown carPet old mouth ; be wagged his' leonine headas Ion have merely served to make toe him also And--silly, didn't I tell" you
of theGIANTS of redwood taiga close to his ] "% I you'd never build the N. C. 0.'
. ofllce. "It l II jmstjioned." ; If to say %'by should auk love you the more. Perhaps you huve
chair."So. I when I kn"w'" Fell again a restful been all the dearer to me because jon "God bless my mildewed soul I" be
That trying Interview had wr<*nchRhlrley'c < ,
'do and drew her to him.
you came up here to a lit silence rhea : I seemed so hopelessly unattainable." murmured
faint soul to u degree that left her tIe clear thinking," he continued in !I IhU "Am I allowed one guess Miss He drew' her bend down on his In the gathering dusk they. walkeddown ] "
Hud weak. She at
once net out Beside the madronetree
deliberateamlalile tone "Do Sutnnert" hot the trail.
Shirley breast his blind patted her
on a long drive In the ; great
hope (hut be-
waited patiently.
fore she turned homeward again *he you come here often 7: "Yes. but you wbuld never guess the cheek ; his .honest Irown..eye gazed, John" Cardigan when
"This I I. the third time In ten years,** reason" I'lIrOPIIUy'laltul1y Into hers "I love "Well. he queried theyJoined ,

I 1 Br PETER D. KYNK might regain something. of her runtoninry she answered. "I feel that I have "111m a very wise old man. When you" he whlnpered. ':,All that 1 have- him. "did you" find my handkerchief -

1} Author of composure.PresenUy no business to Intrude here. This Is one cits In the dork one see much all that I are-all that I hope for-! for me, son?
the a phaltum-r>uved find handkerchief,
didn't
"CePP71Ucka- your shrine, and strangers should. not that was hidden! from him In the full : offer to you Shirley Sumner; and 1 In 1 your
: street gave way to a dirt road and Bryce anllwl'rl'd."but
J' profane It." glare of the light My son Is proud. the shrine of my heart I shall hold you John Cardigan,

of terminated a field that abruptly sloped at the boundaries "I think I should have resented the I manly, Independent, and the. soul of i sacred. while life shall last You are I did find what I suspect you sent me
gently upward
,- presence of any other person Miss honor. He needed a hundred thousand 'not Indifferent to me. dear. I know
-a field studded with black
huge redwood "
Sumner. I resented you" -until you dollars ; you" knew It.. Probably your you're not but tell me-tm..r. me-
I h rM K. Kra.I I stump showing dismally spoke." uncle Intonned you You wanted to Her','lolet eyes were uplifted toMs
through coronets of
redwood
i I young "I'm glad you said that Mr. Cardigan. loan him some money, but-you and In them he read the answer to bin

I SYNOPSIS of that the grew departed riotously parent around treetf.the From base It sets me at ease" couldn't. You feared to offend him by cry "Ah. 'ma, I?" he murmured, IIndkl".d

the fringe of the thicket thus formed "I hadn't been up here for nearly proffering: III; had you proffered It. he her

CHAPTER Ptonaar to tb* California the terminus of old two years until recently. Yod) see I would have declined It. So you "Oh my dear Irnputnlve,, gentle bigsweetheart.
kld-road
an
Ndwood rgloa John Cardigan, at forty -I of Giants ." site. 'hl"I..rpd-nnc1 thenber
dou't own the Valley of the Giants bought my; Valley the ata
.*,..., U the laadlns. ; cltlnn of Bwtuola, tthnwed and a ..signboard freuhly painted arms went sronnd his neck and
J .wear of mill., ablp. and many acr.. of pointed the way to the Valley of 'I' any more""Indeed preposterous price and kept your found
I Umber a widower after ofrttWOdd** of the .., To whom have you soldIt action a secret. And be patted ber the fullness of her happiness
married father IdBnroe Olant did. seek. to have
he not
In
vent tears
I uaaad e '
? hand gently, all If to silence any denial
r Car4
x I Shirley had not Intended to come In the safe haven of .J.Jt
i I "I do not know, Miss Sumner. I bad while far down the skid-road a voice- her repress.
1 CHaPTER! IL-iAt fourteen Brjree make* here, but now that she had arrived I his arms .she rested. ; and there quite
the aoQualntano of Shirley Bumner, a vlMor .- It occurred to her that It was here to sell ; there was no other way out a half-trained barltontloot..c1 faintly without effort or distress she managed
i 1 i. to Bequola, and bin Junior by a I.. she of the Jan Bryce and I were In ; so to them through the forest. Somebody -
I rear*. Together tbey vlH: the Valley of wanted to compo Parking her car I to convey to him something' more than
sacrificed sentiment for rather
toe Olaat. e&erocl0 John C&r l.... and by the side of the road she alightedand my my boy. was singing-or chantinga an Inkling of the thoughts that were
'to fele eon ae the burial place of Bryoe'aOtbar However, the new owner has been singularly tuneless refrain wild
proceeded up the old skid, now wont to come to her whenever theymet.
KB4 J"rt with mutual ngnl.I wonderfully kind and thoughtful. She and barlmrlc >
newly planked and with the encroaching .
r CHAPTER: MI_Whll* Bryce le at ClolF foruutratlon cut away no that the reorganized that old skid-road so e..enan "What Is that" Shirley cried. "Oh. love 1" he cried happily. "1 e
.. l.... meet with heavy old blind duffer like me can find':, "That la my son: coming to fetch my
., j uelneei. loawi and for the first time rtewltoo daylight might enter from above. On hadn't dared dream of such happinessuntil t
future with uncertainty.CHAPTER his way In and out without getting his old daddy home, replied John
i over the gentle divide uhe went and today You were so unattainable
i lost. --and she had this easychalrmade "That he's Is
; Cardigan./ thing howling
: down toward the amphitheater where -the obstacles between UII'ere
: IV.Arter fromaohKs ,
graduation
for me. I bare told Judge Moore whorepresents Indian of
an war-song or paean "
; and a trip abroad. Wryoe CardVan the primeval giants grew. And aah : I so many and so ltP..at-
I I 00.... bo..... On the train be meet tbe unknown owner, to extend triumph-something his nurse taught
it the she -
approached' Hound that laalienee "Why today, Bryce Interrupted
hlrtey Sequoia *e thanks to his client But pinafores. II
be
b.r eon tnenwwth my him when wore U you
make her WICIIol. -. In the redwood* the thunder- him.
() Pennlnrton. Bryce learne that b"t&tbe. out diapason of the c-enturlewove words are so empty, Shirley Sumner. I excuse me Miss Shirley Sumner III ne'took her adorable little nose In
eyealcht ha. failed and that OoL If that new owner could only understand leave I contriveto
generally
Pennlnston U _kin. to take advast.aetb. of Its spell upon her; quickly. Imperceptibly you now his great thumb and forefinger:: andtw..okec1
\ r old roan'e bualn..a ml.gortao.aCHAPTER there faded from her mind the how grateful I am-bow profoundly meet him oh the trail." It gently "The light beganto
her eourteny touches me-" | He bade her good-bye and started
+ V. In the Valler of the memory of that grovelling Thing he dawn yesterday my dear little enemy -
-
{ Olant younr Cardigan And a. tree felled bad left behind in the mill-office and "Her courtesy" Shirley echoed. down the trail his stick tapping following,, an Interesting half- ,

': eUrecUy acroee hie mother'. gravy Indl- In Its place there came a subtle ponce, "Did a woman buy the GlaotsT"He against the old logging-cable stretched hour which I put In with his honor the
_don. are that It ..* cut down to aeouroUM
burl, and .vldeno..eama. to how that a feeling of awe. of wonder-such a Kin lied down at her "Why, from tree to tree beside the trail and mayor Acting upon suspicion only, Fen

Pennlncton and hi. wood-bo. Jul.* feeling Indeed an must come to one certainly. Who hut a woman-and a marking itShirley I told ndstone I was prepared to
+ + MOndaau. Implicated In the outrage.
1 In the realization that man la dlotant dear, kind, thoughtful woman-would was tremendously relieved. send him to the rock pile If he didn't

CHAPTER VI.-tMnlnc.with Col. Path but God Is near have 'thought to have this chair made j She did not wish to meet Bryce Cardigan behave himself. In the. ,, matter of my "I'm the Laguna Grande Lumber Com.

nlncton paneled and. hi.with nl redwood_ Brro burl.find confirm-the A cluster of wild orchids. .pendent. and brought up here for me I|' to-day, and she was distinctly permanent franchise for the N. O. ().- pa,,)'."

Km .u. lolon. of Pennlncton' guilt.ti from the great: fungus-covereil root Fell a long silence between them ; grateful to John Cardigan for his nice I and the oily old Invertebrate wept andpromised back for-and that la a perfectly wonderful
a dlplomatlo way, unperoelved by able hand cunnlderntlon in sparing her an Interview me anything If I wouldn't
then John Cardigan's trembling I
y. the two men declare war of a giant challenged her all.tloo.@tIe daughter-ln-laW for you I"
< went groplnK out toward the girl's. She seated herself. In the lumberJack's disgrace 111m.' I promised I wouldn't
gathered them. Farther on. Inspot John Cardigan smiled and held out
renew CHAPTER hi* logging VII.-contract Pennlncton with refune the Card to I where a shaft of sunlight fell, "Why, how stupid oV me not to have ', easy-chair so lately vacated. do anything until the franchlie matter I'i his arms for her "This he said ".s

Cani, bellevlnc hi.1 action mean bankruptcy the plucked nn armful of golden California guessed It Immediately lie said. i| and chin In hand gave herself up to should be definitely settled-after the happiest day that I have known

r for the latter Hryea force Ron.d . and lnmlnlt-rllodod"n. "You are the, new owner, My dear meditation on this extraordinary old which I returned to my ofllce. to find "
eau to confea* I he tree In the popple)+( since my boy was born.
j Valley of the Giant, r'I I cn '* or. dren, and with her delicate burden. child If the .silent prayers of a very man and his extraordinary son. awaiting me there no less a person a

I o'er.i. After him at punching Col.: Pennlncton the man, wiio.Bryce with she came at length to the giant-guard unhappy old man will bring God's A couple of hundred yards down the than the right-of-way man for the (ConcludeTNext Week)

Bhlrley, had wltn..eed the lent Panning ed clearing where the halo of sunlight blessing on jou-there, there, girl I I trail Bryce met his father. "Hello, Northwestern Pacific tie was a perfectly
ton le l humiliated, and the Ctrl, Indignant John Cardigan! he called. "What do delightful young fellow and he
Influenza
oro..r. tlryc to leave her and target; their fell upon the grave of Itryce Cardi didn't Intend"to make you weep. Whet Colds; Cause unp and
frlendihlp H. leave, but refuse to ao- gan's mother There were red roses a tender heart It IH, to be sure!I"I; you mean by ...kall'hootJng through. had! a proposition to unfold. It seems LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove the
I opt dl..I...... his hand these woods without a pilot? ISlil, the Northwestern Pacific has decidedto .
on It-a couple of dozen at least, and She took great toll-worn ... There I* only one "Bromo Quinta-
Explain: your rerklexs conduct.. build up from Wllllts. and all that 6W.GROVE'S .lon-'nr.. box SOc. '
j -Returnlnc to Sequoia. and her hot tears fell on It, for his nn ,
these *ho order make
iii to
CHAPTERhch "'U rrn"1100
$ $hlrI.. her uncle, and tils benlgnancy, bad toucb- "You great overgrown duffer," hit. powwow and publicity of Buck Ogll-
Bryoe are traveling, break away from room for her own offering.. gentleness | father retorted affectionately, "I vy's, about the N. O. O. was In all
II lb. lonomoUve, and Bryc. who could have I '
I "Poor dearl") she, murmured audi Sugar From Wood.
r eeoaped, at the rlk of life cut' out thought you'd 4lever crone" He reach probability the very thing that spurred
the cabooie fpalnully. h'.l: :, from certainAMID i Ibly. "dod didn't npnre you:for muchI ed! her deeply "Oh. you must not tell ...1 i 'nto fits pocket for a handkerchief them to lI'tlon.orhf'Y figured! the Now they're milking Hiijinr/ out of

,1 belnc Injured In doing .... i I happiness did he?" anybody I You muwn't." she cried C. M. & St. P. was back of the N. C. O. wood. Chemists have found that they

1 II CHAPTER XII=' rIro..3.;; ", a* A voice deep rt'lIo.nant. kindly He put. his hand on her shoulder as but foiled to find It and searched :itiat It was to be the first link In a can take a ton of unwdiiHt and get *

'i builder. of the j" : CallSrnla she knelt before him. "Uood land of through another pocket! and still quarter of a ton of augur out of It

'. 'i .* and Oregon. I. much railroad lmpr*meet*. d. Moira Bryce love, girl, what mad you do Itt, Why another. tony gravy, son," he .remarked chain of coast roads to be connected The process ccnxlsu<< of putting the

+i and" hie father make lone n. for eeourlnc a should girl like you give a hundred presently; "I do believe I left my ultimately with the terminus of the I sawdust. Into u 'loxed retort and subjecting -

j I' council.franchise for the from the cityI thousand for my. Valley' of the Giants. silk handkerchief one Malm C. M. A St. P.'OD Gray's Harbor, Wash- :' it to digestion/ with u weak solution -

I Were you"-hesitatingly-"your un gave m... for my last blrthdny-up"J Ingten. And If the N. C. O. should be of tuilphurous acid under u pressure

I I CHAPTKR X.-Unrnatmn OKtivy} '....,. ch,'. aeentt" built It meant that a rival road would of from ninety to one hundred

road contractor and tlryee's college friend. "No. I bought It myself-with my get the edge on them In the matter pounds to the square lush highly:: / ( percent

man I. decided to figure on a.by the the.builder Cardlcan of the ae pro.the own money. My; uncle doesn't. know I of, every stick of Humboldt and Del : of the sugar thus' nhtnlncd. 1 I'M fermentable.

poled. railroad.. Bryce "011. to Sao Fran. i iI ir am the new owner You see, he wanted Norte .d..ood-nnd they'd be left I II The product Is called "MIC-
clam to meet him. I
It-for nothing." Y- I holding the sack""Why \ chulobe."

CHAPTER XI.-Oirllvy ottintatlouly "Ah, yes. I suspected as much along I did they think that dear?"
"&'In. work of urveylnit. for the line,
I II time Your wide Is the "That amazing rascal Buck Ogllvy
a
which I.I announced a* a proposed through I eo.
rout. Pennlncton. vaguely alarmed. dedde modern type of business num. Not g used to be a C. M. & St. P. man; they ASPIRINName
f t to block operation by making; tt Im- afraid. .tv// t C1r thought they traced an analogy I daresay
e to necure a franchise for the Hire very much of an inrallKt rill \ ,
t throeslbl Sequoia. In thus he plan. to enUat But tell me why you decided to thwart Perhaps Buck fibbed to them. At
,' lI the aid of tli. _V"'. Pounditona.
any rate this right-of-way man was
,
the plans of your" relative "Bayer" on GenuineTake
CHAPTER IX.-Molra MeT.vl.h chllo- terribly'to sell mighty anxious to know whether or
"I knew It hurt
v Fl bond friend. of Bryc. and "mployed In hi. you r not the N. C O. had purchased from
t h oOloe, make. fehlrley'. acquaintance and your Giantst. they were dear to you \
the two become. friend. Needlnc money tor sentimental I understood., the Cardigan: Redwood Lumber company
reasons
badly John Cardigan offer to .oll Pen.i ArI l a site for a terminus on tidewater
"In.tonh.* Valley of the Ulant, but the also why you were forced to sell ;' so A
p+ i p Colonel confident the property::; must coon I-well, I decided the Giants' would be (we control all the deep-water
be :hi* throuch the bankruptcy o( hl. I frontage on the bay), and when I told
.. .. contemptuously refu* .. Unknown i safer In my posseiwlon than In my I
to her uncle. Shirley buy* the uncle's. In all probability he would I I him the deal had not yet been closed
Valley. and the Caretffun) have a. new be started to close one with me."
lee of builnen. life. They Interest oapl have logged this valley for the sake I
I' i tal and decide on a ..rh.m.0 parallel, of the clear' seventy-two-Inch board \ "Did you close) ? Q
Pennlncton'. locdnc railroad. "My dear girl will a/duck swim
he could got from these trees." ,
I
t 'I CHAPTER XIII.-Oirllvy, In a b,,* n.** Of course I closed I sold three-quar
tntarvlew, favorably Ma'or.and "That docs trot explain satlxfactorlly. tore. of all we had for threequartersof ,
I later engage"* that omcolal'.on a* attorney >r to me why you took sides with estranger a million dollars and an hour ago I iI Aspirin only aa told in each peek.age .
for the. new road Through him "f genuine '
of
they. obtain the temporary. franchlee.Pannlncton against your" own kin. John received a wire from my attorney In I Then will be following Aspirin.
I you
finally convinced. that the Cardigan persisted. "There roust bea l San Francisco directions
Informing me that the ,, and
I +r Cardigan Int..,..,. are. behind the scheme dosage worked out by physicians
find ,
+ t tp cet to work to balk them.CHAPTEix .. deeper more" potent reason money had been deposited In escrow I I during 21 yearn, and proved safe by mil

4 .. Miss Shirley Sumner there awaiting: formal deed. That ', lions Take no chances with substitutes

Ilryc the u.e of XJV.-Ponnln..on a Inoomotlve and refine truck. "Who I. Ito"elaken "Well." Shirley made aifewer. clad money put the Cardigan Redwood If you see the. Bayer Cross on tablet.,

/ to move equipment for laying a ...ltoh.and be could not see the flush of confusion Lumber company In the clear--no receivership von can take them without fear for
v1 ",yo. and Oirllvy plan to teal! both a few feet away. "Who Is 1tT' and embarrassment that critrmoned for now. (1oMe. Headache. Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
a* dear
my one.
nt and the In cronetn
Burin night put a Karacne Tuntharhe
'e i ratting Pennlnicton'e track, In the city.Pennlncton Shirley, Btartled. turned swiftly her cheek' "when I came to Sequoialast And I'm going right ahead with the Pain. Handy Lumbago and for

," .. Ignore the. temporary bribe Mayor franchlve Poundaton granted to Sealed serous the little amphitheaterIn May your son and I met, quite building of the N. C. O.-while our cost few cents tin Dniggint poxes of also twelve sell tablet larger

;. and' to reftiee r.nP'h". t.onard'f::: a lumbt'rjuck's easy-chair fashioned accidentally. The stage to Sequoia holdings down on the San Hedrin pack upon.: Aspirin is tats trade mark of

, : nlcbt.....,laylnc crew at work: and burr* to from an old barrel John Cardigan pat, bud already gone, and he was gracious Wouldn't Lo. That Handkerchieffor double In value for the reason that Bayer Manufacture of Monooacticaeid.enter .

+ i .the ."ot. his" flightless: gaze bent upon her "Who enough to luvlte me to make the journey a Farm. within three years they will be accessible of Salirylioaeid..

t Is It)" he repeated. In his car Then we recalled having and can he logged over the rails I --..- __ ..

I ?(. j I card CHAPTER pennlnfrtnn'XV..-frnnvled nryre and I'.m"netrance..Ogllvy dlnre- "Shirley Sunnier," she answered. met as children, and presently I yonder. I wouldn't lose that h.ndkenchief I of the Northwestern Pacifier"Bryce "Found Seven Dead Rats in Bin Next

and continue work but the Colonel cet "You do not knew me, Mr. Cardigan.' : gathered from his conversation that he for a farm. Skip along and find I I Shirley declared "haven't I

',I! t': word to the.hoof? nr and. alao employe wound a "No," replied he. "I do not. That and his .John-partner as be called you, It for me son I'll wait for you here. I always told you I'd. never permit you Morning"t

t. .d..Workton the truck I I..topped by tri* Is a name I have heard however. You were very dear to each other I waswitnes. Don't hurry" to build the'N. a O.'7"' t RobertWoodruff says: "My premises

I chief of police. fthlrtay accuses her uncle are Seth rennlngtoti's niece Is some.one meeting that night1 "I'll be hack In I "Of course." he were infested with rats. I tried
V of conniving Ht the murder of Bryce, and to your a pig's whisper, his replied, "but surely
the Colonel. leave for Ban PYanclnco to with you'" saw him take you In his big arms son replied,. and started briskly. up you're going to withdraw your objections RAT SNAP on friend's recommenda

legal uard proceeding hhi Intoraat. through further "I am quite ftlone. 'Mr. cardl<
"And why did you" come her alone?" blind while 11.,' having against madrone "I am nnt. Yon rats in bin
gone: war away : a tree and smiled his picst chose! between two near feed box therein

CHAPTER action I XVI Oirllvy.-Anticipating Lau made; Pennlnctdej'a arrancernent -- be queried. It good time. And yoirhadn't told prescient little smile.Bryce'e the N. C. O. and me" And she stall. Found large number since.

,; fedeMi.urecurie/ ; a orderColon., "I-I minted to think." him! I thought that was brave of brisk step on the carpet of met his surprised gaze: unflinchingly No smell)) from
enjoining dead rats-RAT SNAP
the ..t "You wean. wanted to thInkel..II..I I'I ;;
W from Interfertnej. with the mnntrurUon of ;you you : and later when Bryce and Moll'll1I1cTavh.11 withered brown twigs aroused Shirley "Shirley! You don't mean HT" dries them Best
I have
)', my dear Ah, ;yes this Is the "I do mean It I up. thing ever
have
\' their line. Victory for the Cardigan I I. told me about you-bow from her reverie When she looked always meant "
>. plainly In (lent.Th place for thoughts. He was silent up It. I love used.! Three sizes, 85c, 65c Jl.'SS.:
kind you were, how you felt yourresponsibility be was standing In the center of the you dear but for all that ,.
I I a moment Then : "You were thinkIng toward your" employeesand little amphitheater gazing at her. yon must not build that road"He Sold and guaranteed by IJ. C. Jones.

.' :1< I Colonel ralmnl hi. Rlanr end aloud MHS! Shirley Sumuer. I the. community-swell. I Just "Sou-you IT she stammered and stood up and towered above her Starke,--Adv.
,
Drat It upon her tu cold nnprnlgnt.8h heard you. You said : 'Poor dear couldn't help's, leaning toward John- rose a* If to flee from him. sternly "I must build It, Shirley I'v.

(\ I' met It with flrtnneim end the Clod didn't spare you for much happiness partner and John-partner's boy because "The governor back contracted to do It. and I must keep
sent
me
thought tams to him "She I I' I It did heT* Then knew- to look faith with
i n t'en- you the buy was so fine and true to for Ills handkerchief Gregory of the Trinidad 1886 i
he
nlngtonl" And hope died out In hln about her being here." his futher'a Ideals.! plalned "He didn't tell Shirley, ex: : Timber company He's putting/ up the

heart. He began pleading In maudlin "Ye air Some ten years' ago "Al, he's a man He Is Indeed," old here Guens he didn't hear me you.He you were money, and I'm to do the work and

1 fb1on for mercy, for compromise when I was a very little girl I met murmured operate the line. I cant go back on
John Cardigan proudly, "Idare ,; advanced smilingly toward her "Fm
!\ But the girl was obdurate your son UI')(, lie gave me a ride know hIm him now" DAVISINSURANCE I
jou'll to
say never get : tremendously glnd to see you today
', ,, I "I 8m nhowlntr yon more im>roy thnn on his Indian porjy, and we came here Intimately, but If you should-" 'I 8hlrle)'." he said and loused beside "Not for mj sake. ?" she pleaded n* :
!
\\1;,; :yon: d'lI4'rv'oll to whom mercy wan So I remember shook his head "1 must on he '
"I know him Intimately she corrected I II I I her "Fate has been singularly kind go f
11 tN "Well I declare I Ten's'ear... I ,, reiterated a
; ever a ulicn of wonkiiens, of vnrllliitloa.Tliere ago
him. Mile saved my life the to me. Indeed I've been pondering all I ;
l-rt\, .. ehT You've met eh7 You've met I "Do you realize what at
I. a gulf: >etw > >n 1111. Uncle that resolution
I day the log-train ran away And that day a* to just how I was to arrange a I I
'J i Seth-a gulf which for a long timeI Itryce since his return to Sequoia I was another reason. I owed him a private and confidential little chat mean to us?" The g rt'e tone were t'

jt::. have dimly K-nnod. and whti-h, hecatiR believe. He's quite a fellow new" with I grave, her' glance! graver."I \ ,
without
+ debt and so did my uncle; but Uncle you calling upon yon at
Y"I' ? of my recent llscovvrJi-H, hits "lie Is. Indeed. wouldn't pay his share, and I had to your uncle'a house.. realize what It ruenns to me !I" STARKE

widened until It run no longer penDritigPd. John Cardigan nodded sagely "So for him." "I don't feel like chatting She came closer to him. Suddenly
that's why } ou thought: aloud" he remarked pay today the blaze In her violet '
: ""Wonderful" murmured John Cardigan she answered a little dl'f'nrll-and eyes gave way &
tie wrung his hands Indesperationand Imperxonally. "Itryce told you then he noted to one of mirth. "Oh. you dear big -
her
"wonderful But still wet lashes' Instantly
bnv4'n'tWid
slid to his knees. before her; with about her. You are'right, llln Shirley .- me why you paid you a hundred he was on one knee beside her; I I booby !I""she cried "I wa Just test I 0.Tu',,'... chW: 1'j; j

1 I Sumner God didn't give her tug )011. And she clung to him nrtores vitality.... by .
uF Jhypocrltlca! endearments he strove. to thousand dollars for the! Giants when with. JhtJjmazlnjl! t>.flJenCe! that had laugh. ,, jonruy /
rk'
fags "You
always! beat! .jnedowj! -%OU hint the blood.. You .an won ""'I"ftrangi* fi!
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FRIDAY. APRIL 8, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.K GRArn.rJJTARKR!! FLORIDA PAGE THREE a ';;

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c-- :-- --- -- ---- -- - ,-. ,.. t and drying plant of C. and J. six guests- gathered around the ations amount set by the allies ...
I' Camp which will be operated as festive board. The cake proved is necessarily just. ,
News of Florida in Short'Paragraphs. I ; the Florida Terminal Co., is now .rs_a.+us a.ww".0 r_+rsv+J.r..wwyw 3 LUCKY ready for operation and rock inside and it probably would! Harding administration thinks '
i ; will begin to move in and out of have gone to its destination\ had Germany is' able to pay i is one 1 4
rL Live State News ; Fernandnla at an early date. The not the icing on the top lM.'l n n Viviani would like much to have k'!
i city has experienced some diffi- little too thin. It was discoloredsomewhat answered.:
I --- ----AAAAA -------- -------AA-- --- :i STRIKE culty in supplying the necessary I and a knife blade inserted Viviani went to New York today -

Told by Our Exchanges.Fire current, but these troubles will did not go very fur before but will be back Monday.\
il: n_ __ soon be straightened out. Tenor I it struck an object whose i'
c- twelve carloads of wet rock density heavier than hat llOXOlTKOLL
--- was of I TELEGRAPH'S;
swept Cottondale, In the motive. I arrived this week to go into the the ordinary cake. Further investigation
Jackson county, burning the rail cigarette bins of the drying plant. Crude revealed the con Names of Those Who Paid Subscription .
road station, hotel and several County Agent DeUusk has oil will be used as fuel in dryingthe I tents i During MarchL. M
business houses. made a survey of the watermelon -I rock. nIJN'LE -
plantings in Lake county for I I SAM WILL NOTFORC1VC I :M. StoKes, C. A. flirt Mrs. lJ; i
The Daytona Gazette News the season and believes the acre- J On March 22 a balloon containing DEBTS ,,0. M. Alvnrez, II. Johns, N. K.I .
says that two hundred buildingsare age is over 4,000. lie has per- five men left the Pensacola I I Matins. A. \J. Johnson, A. J. Ilry-
under course of construction sonally inspected 3-108 acres and i I air station and so far no trace of \Vnshington. Inn, A. J, 1 lodges J. Douglass,
in the Triple Cities at this time. reports that the vines are in excellent I the men or the balloon have been April 2.-On two ( Joseph Bolt, R. D. Griffin.! Mrs.''
I condition with no tracesof I 1 found. The const for many miles broad questions the international !, A. G. Dudley, Major Illnxham
The Lawrence Developing Co., anthracnose. !, Coasted] has' been searched Ln'. hydroplane policy of the attitude of the Ward T. J. Andrews!' U. R. Tay-
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of Brooklyn, now has sixty acres h I men. A \ Nentto. larding administration has already 1 lor, T. J. Johnson, Ury Reddish! ,
in Satsuma oranges looking fine. Watermelons planted in the i, Pensacola that fishermen: near : been made clear to Rene :''O. J. Griffin, Mrs.' r. A. Davis.
The pecan orchards are also doing Wauchula section was placed at ** I Apalachicola hoard cries of men I Viviani, the French special envoy !' 1V. E.11'cbb, Joe S. Griffis, Mrs.'
well. 1,100 acres, with conditions of to the United States. Oneis 1! n, U. E. '
and this led to the rumor that Sapp, P. Duncan, J. \\ .
the crop good and shipments expected these cries came from the lost that the United States, will 1 Hielling, W. A. Browning, B. n..1 .
One hundred and seventy-one to begin about the last of YJfsJf ., balloonists:: An investigationhowever stand solidly on the principle Kelly)) .1. II. Moore Mrs. I). D.
vessels arrived and departed in April. An estimate by a rail- *-c roveales: tlut this report that Germany is responsible for Dynl, E. Waters Dot ton. Carter, d
the month of March in the port road company places the acreage had little or no foundation the horrors of the world war and '''.J, C. Carter J. L. Underhill K.
of Jacksonville. These ships car- in Florida at 12,000 must pay for it to the full extent L. (;rifl1R .. lY
comparedwith the man to Michigan.\ ) for supposing that the balloon ,v. . Hnrnage. Mrs\
ried a total tonnage of 315,251, 18,000 last year. ,I was in that neighborhood. The of her ability. The other is' O. A. Griffis!' W. I. Denver, J. L. 11
of which 65,521 went to foreign Dennis Moseley was shot and i I I hydroplanes have scoured the that the United Stntes' has finished i Chancpy, GV.. Andrews- Mrs.
ports. Col! S. J. Hilburn, of Palatka) instantly killed at the home of I i, back country and many miles i ; playing the financial and Win. Edwards' N O. Wainright,
who has been urged by his acquaintances M. A .Burnett near Pinemount I I lout! to sen.I benevolent big brother to the Geo. Cone W. K. Torode, D. K.
At Templetown, six miles from for appointment as Monday. Moseley was a fugitive whole world and Is now beginning Wainwright, J. K. Nickle James' '
Lake Wales thieves entered a circuit judge to succeed Judge from justice, being wanted by )I One man is dead another seriously to take stock of her. assets. Geiger, Mrs. J. I. Dubose. O. E.llhoden .
newly. set orange grove and carried Albert Thrasher, appointed by the authorities in Broward county > wounded and two others Looming large among thl'l1oI J. E. Toney, S. A. Bry-
away more than three hun- former Governor Catts, stated He was working on the Bur ': sustained minor injuries Friday are the debts aggregating ten nil, Miss' Ida Sweat, A. D. An-
dred fine trees, having evidently I positively that he is not a candi nett farm when Deputy O'Cain I I night when a Chandler automobile billion dollars that European drews. I. W. Wilson, Mrs. G. W. fi
pulled the young trees up rap- date, does not seek the appoint- telephoned Burnett to arrest the and a Ford sedan collided at governments\ owe the United Altman, J, L. Harrison, Mallie
idly and without any digging. ,'ment, and would be forced to de- man and when Burnett made the Bay and Main streets, the Chan States and have yet given no indicutlon. Griffis, B. J. Alderman, J. B.
cline if he were appointed. attempt the negro- backed away I dler careening off, striking an of paying. Vivian! has Abraham, .1. I). Knight J. I. Ogden -
Sheriff A. W. Turner and dep- from him and drew a revolver, awning and crashing into a plate been told", it is understood, asJlolit'ly' T. II. Halligan, A. Swanbom
uties of Fort Lauderdale, captured Twelve fine grade Jersey cows whereupon Burnett fired first, glass window of the Kohn- a1 possible, if there has!'! O. L. Misrell, Mrs. B. P. Wilson,
a boat load of 31 cases of and two thoroughbred Poland the negro dying almost instant- Furchgott department store, in been any hope by France- or other Miss\ Itt. II. Sistrunk, C. C. Mc-
whiskey Sunday night at about China hogs from Suwannee European countries that this
Jacksonville.. The four men were !' Call, L. E. Most-ley! Errol'Al-
midnight, arrested the owner of Farms, Suwannee!! county, were -_ 'I standing on the sidewalk when sum might be struck off the international varez, Mrs Sarah Luke. t
the boat and six negroes. distributed in Taylor county on Lonnie Finch Wausau.. was the Chandler traveling at a high ledger, it i is best that
't Saturday in an auction sale. The found by the roadside' by a pas- raet of# speed struck the Ford it be forgotten quickly. He was Unable to Gain Strength
$800,000 of the rivers and Messrs. Harvard and Potet, pro serby Saturday afternoon with and catapulted across the sidewalk further informed the quicker t ,
harbors appropriations made in prietors of Suwannee Farms, the top of his head completely pinning them against the these debtor nations get\ their After Operation r
congress recently will be spentin are' well pleased with the sale blown off. County Judge Gainer crashing plate glas obligations on" some sort of aRound Frecnrh'kal.urg, V".c..Atter I
Florida; $11,000 has been set Jerseys averaging $113.33 each gave a decision of suicide, but -. fiscal' basis, with regular gone through a very arrloui operation hud t
aside for work on the Kissim-. and the hogs briging $50. it is thought by his friends thatit f I D. Bornstein, his wife and interest payments l. the better it I could not
mee river. was an accident. It seems the mother I of Oldsmar, came nenr will please the United States. It romln my heallaand
Striking negro freight hand- young man placed his gun by having a fnltal accident while is said Viviani has assured' the Buffered lit run ictti. I
Florida crops are in much bet- lers of the Atlantic Coast Line the side of a stump' seemingly' I Driving in to Tampa from Olds- United Stolen" that France fully .u pitln and ache with
ter condition this year than they office in Tampa, who walked off to rest himself, and on picking mar. They were attempting to recognizes her'debt to the United I all over and was ,,
were a year ago, according to their jobs Tuesday following n it up to resume his journey the pass an automobile which was' States and desires to undertake ..,t" also very itervou
reports of the department of ag- reduction in their wages, have gun swung some way, the trig- carrying a party of eight ne- a liquidation of the :3 liar rlMed My mother ad-
riculture. Almost without exception agreed to return to work. The ger striking the stump' discharging i roes when according to Mr. lion dollars as soon as she is financially A9 Dr. r'loicfl'my taking luocl-
e their condition is higher. railway officials stated that the the entire load in the Bornstein. the driver of the ne- able to di so. sy 2& Irlnn. I took the ,
railroad did not make any concessions man's head. That f '1<'. \'orlte Pretyerlptlon' '
young i I jgro car deliberately swung toward France won't he able to
Since September 15th last. in the matter, the men them and until oiul the
crowded their pay Germany ran be forced
Ooldcn
I 'fdlcal .
Florida has sent out via all rail voluntary choosing to return to Glenville Ellis, his son, J. H. I['car off the road and into n ditch into beginning her reparation! ;., iid they loon 1IlBI'Overy'l built me nllerniituly up
35,962 cars of fruits and vege work. Ellis and W. H. Young of the1 causing' it to overturn.. All three settlements has been the Impression and iwiomiid to give mo now lira I
tables. This would make a solid Stemner neighborhood are in'1 Bornateins.I : were curried to Tampa of those vvho talked heartily\ I.<'nm mN.., .three mrdlrln
train of cars more than half i The first official soil survey of. the jail at Tampa charged with by another automobile which with Vlviani. While the, Frenchman or to Wealm'WOIIIMI! : who ]nutT..r with any sort ;?
iMKH
the of the state. Duval county has been completed the murder of Henry Driggers |! W S. COX: 9:38 M'
length came up and had their injuries Ks assured the United Hanover St. All druggists.; +
by the department of agri- another farmer The three men ...dre uled. None was seriously in. States will stand squarely behind ,
According to a recent survey culture and within a short time say Driggers' son had been accusing jured. her late allies in their efFhrt -r:;
by sugar interests 1,520 acres of the publication will be published. them of making and peddling I to extract a payment from Germany fo Cure a Cold 'In One Dny
Hundreds of samples of soil had and that Take AXAT1VR: UROMO QII\\ INC TnhlMii
is growing on liquor when they Attempting a landing from he has not been assured Ituul
now
cane
the sugar shores of Lake Okeechobee, been forwarded by Dr. Taylor to reproached him about it he fired too low an altitude. Lee )Uothcrt so far as known, that the repar (.old. tlje t! W.CKOVU miMll: '! and.,JIvHiIni I lmmlui'lie,,ntui<>:iira work>. lisle* off. goo the ,
to say nothing of the numerous I Washington and the announce- at them whereupon they re- and J. H. Farrington, of Palm '
tracts varying in size from 40 to ment when it comes from the turned the fire and he fell mortally j Beach were killed when their ,
100 growing in other sections of bureau of soils will be completeand wounded. The younger El- seaplane struck the earth within
South Florida. will cover every fortyacretract lis was arrested recently on a''' twenty feet of the water and '
in the county. charge of moonshining. and was safety. Rothert, who was driv- Kill That Cold With
Discontinuance of two of the out on bond.Emphasizing. ing the plahe, became confused
winter trains of the Florida East Malay citizens of Fort Meadeare ,and lost control of the machineas a "
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Coast effective Sunday was an- .greatly exercised because of the importanceof it neared the earth, according 4s ; :s1 ;,. .
the establishment of billiard the movement of the Florida :
nounced by the general passen- a to those who witnessed/ the ac-
ger agent of the road, owing to parlor across the river immed- No-Fence League for abolishingthe cident. Farrington, who was acting -
the rapidity with which the toUrist iately beyond the city limits. free cattle range and attendant ;\i as Rotherrs'! instructor, real- CASCARA R QUININE
traffic is being moved from Citizens at a largely attendedmass evils, and perpetrated on.' izing the danger, jumped and
the state. meeting recently at which the eve of the convening of the I was crushed to death. Rothert *
" -' numerous protests were voiced, legislature, which will be asked, | was killed when the plane struckon FOR OM\O Grippe
? Charles Holmes is dead as the adopted resolutions condemning .not to pass a no-fence bill, but to its side. Colds, Cough La ii

t result, of a shotgun wound, and billiard and pool rooms and local submit the question' to a vote of I I Colds
Neglected are Dangerous
his brother-in-law, Thomas Cow civic organizations are expectedto the people, wire utters in Leon I The target range and l buildings .
{. is in jail charged with the shooting' take similar action. An ordi- county, last week destroyed a with it at Camp Johnston Tak no chancm. Keep thl..tanderd remedy handy for the Ant .na.
The killing occurred near nance prohibits the operation of wire fence enclosing 1,000 acres near Jacksonville, will be turnedover Break up a cold in 24 hour.-IiMd.ch.KIUv
for
Grippe in 3 day*-Eiccllcnt
t Blou'ntstown and is said to have public pool rooms within the cor- belonging to A. D. Johnson a to the state for use of state .. b
Quinine In this form not affect the b.ad-Csaar. I* beat Tonic
r resulted from bad feeling between porate limits. progressive developer, near Tal-- I troops. Title to the land and I Lautiva-No Opiate In Hill' }
i the two.Tomatoes lahassee. t buildings will remain vested in
,
The mackerel season has open- I the government for the present, ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
t valued at $320,000 ed at St. Andrews and the run Advance information received but it is understood that later
e, rolled northward from the Mi- of this fish this year is unusually by the Florida development the land may be given to the
ami section last week and the in- large, in fact, catches of 75- board on the United States de- I state. The question of disposition .
dication is that about $275,<100 000 pounds are not unusual, for partment of agriculture report of the remaining govern. .
worth will .be moved from the several have thus far been re for the year 1920, which will be ment owned land and buildings -'- -- -
packing house this week, making -:. ported. But the fishermen have issued shortly, shows that Flor- of Camp Johnston is now under
a total of' more than half a. not been profiting as they havein ida stands at the head of the discussion at the war depart-
million dollars for the two weeks years gone by, for'the prices list of Southern states on acreage ment, but no decision has been MICHEtIN
have fallen to a mere trifle, and value of Iril'1h'potatoes' at reached. It is expected that all
M. E. Douglas, while taking at this time if a person' gets two $210 per acre, the next nearest 'of the buildings except those on
down a sign over a second story cents a pound for them he is being South Carolina at $180 an the target range, eventually. will TUBES FIr"'tWERSIZE" CASINGS :
window of the postoffice build- lucky.W. acre. Florida also was highestin be salvaged.
ing at Plant City Monday morning price per bushel received and I #r'I'lIcllelin
lost his balance and fell to D. Walker, a farmer at almost' at the top on number of A "birthday cake," interrupted -
the paved sidewalk, fracturinghis Kreamer island, died in the hos- bushels produced per acre.Reclamation in.Jacksonville on its' journey i
skull and dying at 12:30 p. pital at West Palm Beach Sun- ;HMMMMB from London, England, to Mi- Tube. are lxl
work of the lower full size in croNH- 4',+
m. day morning at the result of an ami, didn't exactly "leak" but section and M
accident sustained the previousday. Everglades in the vicinity of customs officials in Home man- therefore not are 4V'
Tom Brown who was While grinding cane his Miami and Fort Lauderdale has r2t1
a negro, ner conceived the! idea that .all stretched thin under -
,convicted in circuit court at clothing caught in the mill and begun. With actual reclamation things were not just what they Inflation. Thl !d
Tampa recently of the murder of his arm was drawn between the work now under way and with seemed to be. The result wan advantage la especially !!I jai G,
Albert Chambers an aged white cane crushing rolls cdmpletely the recent state supreme court that the "cake" was cut and Important u+i'' A
man at Lutz, was sentenced- by crushing' his arm and shoulderand decision fixing the survey of the found to contain two small hot when buying tube Vii, s"yr" "
Judge Robles to be hung. Brown breaking several ribs before lands, the status of the Everglades tlo.' of liquor,' not such a very, for Cord tirea, ' ,'tie r ',y
confessed the crime. Heslew the machinery could be stopped. becomes safely established large amount but enough to use .aU "oversize" 'Yi rp a

the 70 year old man with an axe He was rushed to the hospital at and the deferred hopes of for a toast or two with five or SMITHS GARAGE 4 ,,%"'IStarke
crushing his skull. Robbery was\ West Palm Beach.B. thousands of people will come Fla.
true. The wonderful develop. mtatomlletmcxocoaRCOFFINS )

A TONIC F. Hughes, alias Texas ; ment of the Pennsylvania Sugar & CASKETSAnd
Orove'B Tatele chill Tonic feature Henny was brought to the Poll! Company on the Miami canal is I.
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and county jail Monday morning and evidence of the future of these a fM Line of .
Enriching the Blood. When you feel iu turned over to Sheriff Logan by lands. UnJerta"ere' Supplies L

strengthening.Invigorating effect see how I. the city officials of Lakeland on .
it brings color to the cheeks and bow a charge of having organizedthe The new phosphate elevator AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ..
It improve the appetite, you will\ then South Florida Produce Com .- Alway on hand. The bent service '
I Habitual Con.tlpatton cured at the lowest price Special You wlll} make l a mistake
I Grand Mich. Reduction In Prices
appreciate Its true tonic value.Gtove'a pany, of Rapids, In 14 to 21 Day attention to telegraph or- Big ff order fertill- 11
you your
i ia simply wrecked it.
Tastelem chill Tonic and having Hughes
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSN" .U
So a prctally. f'nI. Rrglotered Embalmer. zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty
Iron end Quinine suspended in yrup. admits that he absconded with prepared SynipTonlo-Laxa-Jve for Habitual $
pleuiant even children like it. The blood iWO.OOO of the company's monIey. [ Constipation It relieve promptly but of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In. '
need QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Grand Rapids officials have should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day. DeWTIT C. JONES j gectivides, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. ,Il ?

Enrich It Destroys Malarial jfennn and !been) notified of his arrest and'I to Regulate induce regular. Very action.Pleasant It Stimulate.to Tak .*and 80eK STARKE, FLA. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. a' '- '1
Clip Its Strengthening. Invigorating /
germ by will arrive shortly to conduct bottles JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA M,
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