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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 15, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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REV. DIGGS GOES TO I'ICKEN,, 'I A MEMORIAL: TO RUBY DA1'iS- liON. A. V. LONG IS NOW I| INTERESTING COURT TERM I 1 I BAPTIST ClIl'HCII! ()CIAI.--- f ,

ANOTHEK'APPORTIONMENT SOUTH CAROLINA JUDGE OF EIGHTH CIRCUIT ._" ",

, BILL PUSHED BY CROSBY -- ,I I At the last meeting of the Woman't - ,: Spring Term Man Man)' Cases In 1 1I At the Baptist church Monday afternoon .

Bishop Candler has transferredRev. ''Missionary society of the Methodist Appointed LaM Friday by Gov. liar- Store I For New Judge I the Indies composing the '

Talahassce, April 11..-Sen. Crosby C. dee and Immediately Confirmed missionary society and the Ladies Aid ;
J. Diggs: to Pickuns, S. C., on church, Mrs J. W. WhiU of the com- 1 l
has introduced another reapportionment | account of the physicians ad\'isin'f 1 mittee on resolutions, read the fallowing \> Tho spring term of the circuit coot \| held a delightful social, the occasion

1 bill and it will go before the the change of climate would be beneficial beautiful tribute to Ruby Da- Hon. A V. Long, for many )'ears''I which convenes in Starke May 2n.l, being the! union of the two organizations : '

house and, senate committees at the to his Davis State Attorney for the Eighth Judicial will be the moot Important court term +t
daughter, Miss Helen via, the only child of Mr. L. A. ,, ,.,
same time as the committee bill drafted Diggs, who is suffering from a breakdown president of the organization i Circuit I is now Judge Long, having I I held here in years. Iln. A. V. Long The colors. of lavender and gold .

from the bill originally prepared( | in health. .,' We the members of the Woman's been appointed to the judgshlp the new judge, to succeed Judge J. were used in the decoration, wisteria, ,

by Attorney General Buford. Sen I Rev. Diggs: has faithfully served Missionary, Society wish to recordour of the circuit by Governor Hanlev, I IT. Wills, deceased, will have such n nnnturtlums! pansies and other choice 1

Crosby's bill is almost a copy of the the Methodist church, for two and a sympathy for our beloved brother last Friday and immediately afterward I i number of important and serious case lowers being placed in vases und
one introduced by him at the 1917 half confirmed by the nate.now in I as would be enough to stagger a veteran bowls. The Knouts were received by
I and besides the
members
years and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis,,
filler, I
session the year in which the constitution !-I of his church he has a host of friends I J in the loss of their only child. ,session at Tallahassee of the bench. Of the more important :i Mesdames O. G. Cooper, A. M. Darby, ),

says. reapportionment must be Iin this place who rl'gret'ery muchto ,| Ruby was a child full of promise,, i Judge Ltng.urceeda! to the position cases are the following: I I W. J. Epperson' 1. F .Kickliter and r>

made. give him up, and it is sincerely !I 1 unusually well developed in mind and so long graced by the late Judge Jas. Jim-Simmons; colored, charged! with' T. N. Llmbaugn. From a charmingly! :

It is based on the 1915 state cen 'hoped that this change: to a higher body, a smiling:, joyous child, always T. Wills. On the death of Judge killing John Moore, near Elarbee, on arranged howl, fruit punch was served '
while the committee bill is balled {
BUS, 18th. by Mrs! George A. Anderson.'t
altitude will greatly benefit hit recite Wills Governor Calls appointed B. A. January Ameliorating ('lr'um.1
willing to play the piano or a I
on the federal census of Jan. 1, 1920. i !: stances caused him to be released ,' The program was opened by singing I
daughter's health. Mrs. Digps;! has !, little poem for the pleasure of her Thrasher of Gainesville, to be judgeof on
Naturally this causes some discrepafr taught in the B. H. S. for the past friends. "None knew her but to love the circuit. Appointments by the n $500 bond. I I I "Blent Be the Tie That Binds" ,

des in the bills.. Sen. Crosby's bill two'terms and has also been n true her, none named her but to praise" > governor of Florida are to be made Shelton Hall, chief of police of ,, which was followed. by a prayer by

provides that Duval and HillsborougV helpmate to her husband in his work "Amid flowers rich with tropical with the 'advice and consent of the Lake Butler, killed Joseph (5. Crew I Mrs. O. G. Cooper. !Mrs. J. E. Futch'

shall have three members! each in the and she too, will be greatly missed sweetness, dazzling in beauty, gorgeous 1 Senate. When the Senate is not in in self defense at Mike llutler on the I and Rev. B. I). Law, accompanied by i!
lower house. The committee bill a" i Mrs. i). C. Jones', rendered in a beautiful
in session and appointment is made night of 16th. lie
our town. in coloring:, there stood a snowy an January was exonerated f
drawn originally by Mr. Buford gave Mr. it holds good only until the Senate the coroner's but tho I manner the duet, "I Waited for
Diggs left yesterday afternoonfor lily, modest and pure, cool and refreshing by jury, '
three member each to the big four his new field of labor, but hid to the eyes of all beholders. 1 confirms it at its next succeeding !states! attorney though the evidence i the Lord," by !Mendelssohn. Mrs L. '

counties, Dade, Duval, Escambia and. family will remain at the parsonagefor No spot was ever seen on its petals, I session. If for any reason the' 8t'1l. given on that occasion not sufficient I G. l'owell1l'8vo us a reading Kipling', y
but when the committee "
Hillsborough, a few weeks until his daughter is no dust ever darkened its beauty, for ate does not confirm the appointmentthe to free him, and orderedhis arrust. poem "If, which was followed by *

had thoroughly discussed the mat fully able to travel. it above contamination. Standing term of the appointee ends. In lie was arrested and put under a ,Piano solo by Miss! Elizabeth Brown-
ter they cut this ofT, leaving the big was I )lee !Mrs\ A. M. Darby and Mrs. O.
Last Sunday evening Rev. Diggs stately and erect it fulfilled its 1 this ease!! Governor Hardee delclned to $2500 bond, which wan furnished.Wrs. .

four with but two members apiece. preached his last sermon to a large silent mission and by its fragrant send the appointment of Mr. Thrasher Miller, of Lake Butler wa G. Cooper gave excellent addresseson
This is frankly admitted to be a pieceof ; to'the the subject of the work of their so-
because congregation, and as a mark of respect breath told all around to be pure, un- Senate, but appointed Mr. arrested'January 15th for / ,

political expediency four will it is and brotherhood, Rev. Law, of til, alas I one day the sun shone a tri ,'I Long instead and 'sent his appoint. valuable diamond. from pUf-lOinin/\1 clety. Members were invited to join '
known that votes probablybe and while the orchestra selection
I gave a -
the Baptist church, gave; up his usual fle too warm and withered the beautiful ment to the Senate for confirmation. Ingram. She was released on bond
added to the bill in thia way. They quite a number of names were
Sunday evening service and came lily and it drooped its head and ,The Senate acted promptly on the of $1000.
will come from the counties that added to the roll. ]Miss Mona Alderman
with his congregation to bear Rev.Dills' IIw..etlife Appointment and Judge Long was issued -
died. Thus dosed the gentle
Wm Dicks
shot lta'mnn.1Williamll
would lose if the big four were to get ,! his commission and entered at % fatally rendered a piano solo and the
farewell sermon. of little Her
our friend Ruby. at the borne' of the latter In
all they are entitled to have. Cros- closed beautiful
There will be serviceat once upon his duties. lie presided this program was by n y
no preaching home is her
longer pervaded by
no
the
western of the
by's bill, like the committee bill, will portion county, orchestra numbor.
first term of court during this
the Methodist church next Sunday, cheerful
give three senators lo the East coast presence. i January 28th. Win. Dicks will betried who Is member of
Every woman a
I week at Macrlonny..
but there will be Sunday school at 10a.
where there is now but one. Pincllas "The house Is still. i as principal' and his brother, tho Baptist church is by reason of her d
m., and in the evening at 7:15 there It became known shortly after the
I knew how silence'svoice Ed Dicks
also gets a senator by itself. never deep was as accessory. membership a member of the Wom ,
will be the usual Epworth League inauguration of Governor Hardew '
Sen. Crosby does not hold any hos- before. I I Sam Rallingfr colored killed Constable an's !Missionary Society, and those
service. In the course of a few days ,tl Lilt he would not send the name of
tility to the committee bill and will From room to room her words coma R. I). Bennett near I-uwtcy, who join are considered active members. -
Bishop Candler will send a ministerto I Mr. Thrasher to the Senate for con-
not fight it. If, when he has studied in, I Ii March 26th, und fatally injured his Regular monthly dues have v

both, it should appear to him that take charge of the church. i And echo back from floor to floor. f'rmatlon, but would appoint some one. own son, Chadwick Bullinger, on been don a way.with, but at each I
(I clue\ to the judgcuhjp.! Since this became
the committee bill is the best it is JOHN WATERS PASSES AWAY When all the house was filled with- I known the: friends of several II whose account the trouble started. meeting the members lire requestedto

possible that he may support it. sound i I Ballinger was arrested and put In make an offering. There will bo
will J known lawyers! have been active
Following is a copy of the portionof Monday evening' at the home of hi* Of song and word and laugh and I the county jail but later, fearing mob four meetings each month, namely: V
in tho
their to
urging appointment
his bill carrying the apportionment shout, I ; violence, Sheriff Epperson spirited Business social and study x
daughter; Mrs. Johnnie Johns, of Ry- place. The most prominent of the\ program
: lander, Mr. John Waters, aged 70, I listened to them all I I iipplicants, for the appointmentwere II him away to safety, and ho IK now in circle Mrs. A. ]M. Darby is leader

The apportionment for the next died after an illness of several And never singled any out, 1 [ the Duval county jail Jacksonville.In of the study circle, and the, book, ,,
Judge Long who resides in Pa.
senate of the state of Florida, and months. He had been confined to his But now, oh! me, the house is stilt I now another column will ho found the "Talks on Soul Winning:," in now bo- s
latka J I:. Futch of Starke and 8. I
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thereafter, until there shall be an- bed since Christmas, for a while recuperating And now the din has died away; I J. Hilburn, of Pnlatka. About ten names of those who are drawn to Ing studied. Monday afternoon of j' ,

other apportionment under the con : sufficiently to be able to One voice( one step, come back to mo serve as grand and petit jurors at each week is the time of meeting. The

stitution of the state of Florida, shall walk about but had to return to his And haunt the silence of the day; I days ago Mr. Hilburn announced his the spring term of court. society is divided into two circles, 1
withdrawal from the contest, (leaving
If but that voice the air'
be as follows: room again till death released his upon Mrs. F. A. Scott being; leader of circle -
iii,' be made between Messrs.
Dist. No. spirit for the other world. lie Is survived If but that step upon the sill- i choice and to Hev. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes were number one and Mrs. W. J. Epperson

1-Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties by five children, as follows, Tom I Ah I love tiek I knew not mine own heart! i I Long by Fulch.leading-Both citizen were IItronll'lyllorll'd rf tha visitors here Sunday morning. lender of critic number, two. .
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Fred, John, Mrs. Andrew Green and thme.Untilt James Benton of Hoatdrain wa Officers worn. elected. as follow:
c.irrul! but the ermine finally fell '
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2-Escambia coynty. Mrs. Isham Morgan. Interment took he house was atill. ,I Mr. Long', and those who know him here on business Friday. Mrs. O. G Cooper. president!! ) Mrs. y yO

3-Walton and Holmes. counties.! place Tuesday at Swift Creek ceme May life's trials, so purify our lives well! i re sure it will be worthily'WO'II. Prayer meeting every Sunday nightat J. Griffin, vice president. ; Mr*. W. f

4-Jackson county. tery.-Johnstown News. that some sweet day our spirits, too, I Pine Level church. All invited. J. Eppemon l secretary; Mrs. J, F. ) i
and Wakulla in "our Master's garden" Judge: Long moved to PaUtkn It l.t-: --
B-Liberty, Franklin : may grow ; Kickliter, treasurer .6
counties. COW A RT-HOL1EFIELD close by her side. tic more than a year ago. Vp t., that Rev N. T. King, of Hampton, was :

6-Gadsden county. II tir.n le had been almost H hte.I'rng In Starke, Wednesday. IlUAIMOItll NOT FORGOTTEN i

7-Polk county. Mr. E. D. Cowart and Miss Beat CENSUS FIGURES NOW AVAILABLE citizen of Starke, having nnvcd I ere Fa

8-Leon county. rice Holieficld were married' at tho CONCERNING FLORIDA fi3:I'n Lake City with his ).::1"ents, HAMPTON Our l.eiflnliitlre Representatives! Put 6 ,

9-Citrus, Hemando and Pasco home of the bride's parents, Mr. anj ,' Judge, and Mrs. Thomas To'fair' Lung, .L.-- on Important Committee ,

counties. Mrs. Wiley Holieficld, 24 W Government Number of Inhabitants of County and In !Lie very early childho After Hampton, April 15.-J. V, Jones _. __ I ,
Madison street Pensacola March 17th Incorporated Towns ; finishing his literary Bv'.n-olin:: hd was attending to business in Slarke In our last issue we had! the pleasure t
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10- county. ,
last. After the the happy i I rend law in the office of the late Judge: Tuesday to relate that Senator D. I;:.
Hillsborough county. ceremony
to New The bulletin of the fourteenth census J. T; Wills and was admitted to the I Mrs. Ollie Pearce, of Lulu, who hits Knight, of this district had been honored i 'e
12-Dade county. pair went on a wedding trip I t
18-Palm Beach and Broward counties Orleans, and on their return went to of the United States, concerning I bar at the age of twenty In an open !been the guest of her father, L. IIBedcnbaugh with tho chairmanship of one '' f,)

housekeeping at 1418 E. Garden St., Florida, is ,at hand, and from It we'I court examination before Judge Rhy- returned to her homo legislative committee! and membership
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gather the following figures as to don M. Call, then judge of the fourth Monday in six others, all of which are
14-Columbia and Hamilton coun Pensacola.
ties. The bride is a charming young lady Bradford county's population duringthe I circuit, but now judge of the United Orcas Andreu and family, of Gaines !I important. Since then Speaker Jennings ,
for the South. friends and relatives of the house, has made up his ,
different census years and other States District Court ville are visiting
mate to
counties.
for help
15-Bradford and Clay well fitted a loving I '
matters. ern District of Florida.' Shortly after here this week. committees, and in his appointments
pertinent
Brevard and St. Lucid her husband. The Is a former
16-Osceola, groom y
counties. Starke boy, son of Mr. J. B. Cowart, Bradford county contains 639 square his admission! to the bar he was taken Misses Margaret; Godwin and Nelle he recognized' the worth of the representatives

17-Suwannee< county. who lives near Starke. lIe is first miles, which gives; an average population into co-partnership with Judge Wills, Roberts, of Lawtey, were guests; of from Bradford, by giving

18-Duval county. sergeant of the coast! artillery, and of 23.2 persons per square mile, then one) of the leading practicing attorneys Misses Leona Mullady and Ethel Hunt each of them membership In five ;' i

from or about one and a half to every 40 of this section of Florida. Friday. Important committees: it
and Seminole counties. letter of congratulations any i
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S --Orange a .
friends here will reach acres. I This co-partnership continued until II. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was a lion E, M. Johns' committee assignments J
20-Marlon county. of his many
i' 21-Lafayette and Levy counties. him if addressed to Box 23, Fort Bar. The county's population is now 12- : Judge Will was appointed to preside ,visitor to Hampton Saturday. were: Games, journal, judiciary ,

22-Jefferson and Taylor counties. rancas, Pensacola, Fla. The Telegraph 603. In 1910 it was 14,000; in 1000, over the eighth circuit. D. W: Moore, of Therrssa, was attending railroads and telegraph-,

23 -Lake and Sumter counties. joins the many friends of Mr. 10,000; in 1890, 7,516; in 1880, 6,112; I From his very early manhood Judge to business here Tuesday constitutional amendments. ,
Long took place tho Rev. Gibson of Melrose will fill his lion. C. II. ReglHter'H assignment
24-Monroe and Lee counties. and Mrs. Cowart in wishing them a in 1870, 3,671; in I860, 3,820. prominent among '
Washington, Calhoun and Bay long and happy married life. The population of incorporated places citizenship of Starke. Able in his appointment at the Baptist church on were: Agriculture, insurance, legislative *

in the county is thus given: profession, open-handed and generousin Sunday morning and evening. expense, public printing, slot
counties.
26-DeSoto county. Fred Lagergren, late of Chattanooga Starke, 1,023. Was 1,135 in 1910 the promotion of all worthy causes, 'Dr. Parkes, of Cameila, Ga., Is located pensions. ?

27_Manatee county. Tenn., is home on a visit with hit and in 1900 972. of unfailing courtesy and genial; manner at the Houner House lie expects While Home deginfutors seem to

Lake Butler has now a populationof he was popular with all classes to make Hampton his home, to have a mania for introducing bills, ,

28-Volusia county. counties. parents. 756; in 1910 it was 685, and in 1C00 and was called to official position ear serve -the people as a physician.Thos. only two have so far been put forward I/. .' ..

29--Nassau and Baker Leon _____________ ____________ 2 431. ly in his career. The first of these Dye), who. has been for several by the Bradford contingent ,sot

81-St.30-Pincllas Johns county., Flagler and Putnam I Levy ........___.............. 1 Lawtey has now 372 inhabitants.. honors came when he volunteered for I month in South Florid, returned Owing to the many momentous questions \f' ,I

Liberty _______________________ 1 The population in 1910 was 422.. service in the war With Spain and wits to his home here Monday.Dr. coming before this legislature, I

counties. Madison .......___.___.____.__ 1 Hampton's present population I Is commissioned a first lieutenant In the Biggs of Starke, was a recent measures of less importance will b. ;. )'f' 'I

32-Alachua county. membersof Manatee ___...... .....________ 1 286; was 265 in 1910, and 198 In 1900. Volunteer'Army of the United States. professional visitor here. overshadowed, and the fewer bill u

There shall be sixty-eight to be Marion ...............________ 2 While no census can be correct, that Due to his splendid executive Abilityhe E. A. Kennedy, of Brooklyn, was solon introduces, the less. disappointments 't !'1.

the house ,,of representatives the several counties Monroe _____.....________-____ 2 of 1920 was probably very incorrecton was detailed to duty as ordnance been attending to business in Hamp h* will have. $" 'J'

apportioned among Nassau .__.....__.-_______.... 1 'account of the going and comingof officer of the Florida regiment and lion. Knight has introduced Senate i''

as follows: Rep- Okaloosa ..___.._____________- 1 a considerable portion of the ppp- served In that capacity throughoutthe ton.R.. Mw King, of Thoressa was transacting Bill No. 48. To amend section "i.

County ______ 2 Orange' _______________________ 1 ulation. That it should show a lesn seven months the regiment was In business here Saturday.An 1 and 2 of Chapter 7833, Acts of 1919, .,
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Alachua ... _ ..
u __ 1 i, Osceola ..__..........._------- 1 number than in 1910, was to be expected the field. Returning home from this entertainment was given at the entitled, "An act providing for the I
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Baker. ____ ___________
1 Palm Beach ______._____________- 1 from the exodus of so manyto service he resumed the practice of city hall Thursday evening by the W. maintenance and control of the A.
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Bay __ 1 Pasco ___._.....______________ 1 other states and other part of law, and served successively as city M. U. of the Baptist church. The sum state convict and providing for the I
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Bradford ______.________.___ .
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......... - 1 Florida. That it was not greater, attorney, county attorney, mayor of of $21 wan raised. carrying out of the provision of thin I
_____ 1 JPmellas ---------- -
Brevard ....______....... I
1 Polk ___________________-_. ..-- 2 rrr- *' t', return HnTease has Starke for several terms, and as H Riley Jackson, of Alachua, was M act and making an appropriation
Broward .. ___ .._____ ____. i "
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,,: to Satur- : Approved May T-l
business visitor Hampton
__ ... v patural increase ham member of the House of Representatives.
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Calhoun _____________ _____ 1. Putnam - u -------- '
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Committee autl ,
l On the of State Attorney on prisoner COIJVI '
n. to the county than leaving it, and the death day. f
Citrus ._ _____._.__..._______ 1 St. Johns -----------------------
.t St. Lucie _.____. .________-._._- 1 next census will probably show a Joseph M. Rivers, about ten years lion. Johns ha. introduced House
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Clay Judicial
Riding judge of the Eighth Bill No. 8 To abolish the office of y
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Santa Rosa _____...._________.__ 1 large increase. ago, he was appointed by Governor
Columbia ..-__________ _______ 1
__ I GilchrUt flll the Ills Circuit, was not unexpected and elevates naval store inspector and the inspection -
3 Seminole ____-.__....___ There is every reason for believingthat to vacancy. ser
Duval'------------------------- Sumter ___________________u__ 1 Starke's population Is mach larger vice a* State Attorney wan continuous to the bench of this district a of naval stores and to repeal sections -
Dade ___-____________.________ 2 until last when he man whose careful and conscientious 4943, 4933, 494S, 494(1, 4947
__ resigned
Suwannee _ ________....__ .- 2 than given by the census returns, ., Friday,
DeSoto _______________________ 2 u adminilltration
of the office of States 1948 4950! 4951 4953 4954
Taylor ______________-___-___ i but the only way to ascertain the true : to accept the judgeship conferred 4952, ,
2
Escambia __..,..-_.______________ 2 of him Governor Hardee. Attorney is it* own assurance that a 1955, 49C6, 5854, 15855. 15800 5857, '
Volusia ___ _.________________ figures would be to have a census I upon by
Franklin ____________________._ u ] judicial mind will presidu 5858 58CO 5860 5861 5802 5863
Wakulla ____ _________________ 1 our own. Ilcre in his old home town and county splendid ,
Gadsden ._________._________ 2 1 I his meets with over the legal combats that find their 864, of the revised general statute
Walton __________ .____________ I appointment general
Hamilton _____________________ 1 Washington __________________- 1 GOVERNOR APPOINTS SUCCES- and cordial approval, and it is Kay, under his jurisdiction. The confidence of Florida and to provide for the dii-
Hernando .. .___ ___-______ 1Hillsborough and expressed by of all books and
--- -- shall take effect immediately SOR OF CONSTABLE believed such 1 i. the case throughoutthe pleasure position property,
act
-.____.:__________. 8 This its and approval _____ BENNETT circuit. The Gainesville Sun, commenting members of the bar, when the appointment records' of aid inspectors, and all

Holmes _______.....-____-__-" 1 upon passage its becominga Tallahassee! April 10..-Gov, lIar- editorially on the appoint was announced, were cer- property, book and record used In ',j .
or
upon
Jackson _______...___________. 2 by the without governor such, approval but the dee, on Saturday, appointed J. H. I ment, has this to say: tniiil:' marks of appreciation of which connection with said Inspection and to

Jefferson ._____..-_____-______ I law for which any senator or representative -, Lawtey ,hf Lawtey, to be constable "The nomination by Governor liar- any man may feel justly proud, and! repeal all laws and part of laws in ] Hi

Lafayette ___._________________ I term In office shall not be of district No. 1, Bradford county, to dee and the immediate confirmationby the community feel that there has connection with this act. Committee 1 i ,

Lake ______________________ _.- 1 effected by now the provision of thl act. succeed R D. Bennett, deceased. the senate of A. V. Long" to be pre- leer en honor well bell towed." I on i lumber and naval stores. '

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P GEEIGBT._ ___ BRADFORD: __COUNTY TELEGRAPH' ._STARKE.' >LqRIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 15. 1921. J


: "r --- 'D -.....- dint churches.W. 1 BROOK EHCrooker / 1 I GRAHAM A party was given at Mrs. Arrie i j jColllon'

'" C. Townsend hat had ,a new in honor of Mrs. G. D. Fair-
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,' porch floor built this week. : April 15.-Rev. Ridenour,I Graham, April 15-Irving Dyal was cloth, of Jacksonville. Music and

Mrs. Merle Crews, of Gainesville' of Gainesville, will fill his regular appointment a business! visitor to the county seat dancing was enjoyed until a late hour.

: : News Items 1 was visiting relatives in town Satur. here next Sunday at the I Thursday.Mrs. Those present on this occasion were
County
tk ; Missionary Baptist church.U. Saulsbery and father, E. l\el1y Misses Willie Mae and Cantey Oliver,

i _- =rsa day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. N. Stanton moved D. Johns and family, of New I' were visitors to Sampson Wednesday Pearl, Ruby, Grade, Lorena and Rosa

their household Roods to Fort Pierc! I Rivor, were In town chopping. Mon Riley Wasden was a business risi. Surrency, Messrs. Ardell Drawdy, R.

: i t lMUr .tlnf Fact Gathered During the Week by: Our this week and will make that their day tor to Brooker Wednesday. Andreu, Lester Pinholster, Lee, Fred,

r. I Regular Correspondent Hit family will be missed from our Mr. Maines, of Lake Butler was in; Lee Dyal spent the week with his Russell, Dave and Leslie Greene, Ar- J

( ,, home during the summer months. I town Friday attending to business.T. sister, Mrs. T. W. Wasdin, of Waldo dell Harrell, Mallie;. Surrency, Mr. and I

fr t' vwp town. W' B. Pinholster spent part of last Earney Dowling, of Hampton, was Mrs. U. D. Johns"' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. i

p I LAWTEY a;the bat. Both will be able to show I Mr. Strickland, of Gainesville rnotorcd I week visiting relatives in Jackson a business visitor here Monday. Colson, E. B. Andreu, Sr., Mrs. G. D.

I' ___ good scores when the season ends- to-Lake Butler Wednesday. ville and LudiwicI and Hortense, Ga. Zeke Parrish and family, of Sampson Fuircloth and Maxie Kelly, of New

,+ p ( Lawtey, April 15.-D. Rowe was i Times-Union. George Spires, of Midway, motor I Eldon Baxter was in Gainesville on spent Thursday at the home of River.

j : business visitor to Starke Tuesday. ed to Lake Butler Friday. I Wednesday.Mr. I I David Kelly. Mrs, Verlie Johns and son, Nor.

4 I'I 1 W. 11. Howards was a visitor tn I II LAKE BUTLER Brady and Jim Brown, of Miller, i and Mrs. L. W. Sowell motored Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dye and daughter man, and brother, Ardell Harrell, ,

: ; Jacksonville Monday I II motored to Lake Butter Friday.N. I to Alachua Saturday morning. Ruby, spent Wednesday wit! were in Brooker Saturday. .

I vf"c. Mrs. James Shepard and children, Lake Butler, April 15_Hal Maines Turner and Mr. Mcrritt, of New : Wilson RUBS had the misfortune to their son, T. D. Dyal!, of Ziff. Anyone having news for the Tele.

J. of Starke, were visitors here Friday spent Saturday in Gainesville River, were Jn town. on business last break.. his arm Thursday. Dr. Trib Roy Kalch, of Hampton, was a bus graph please report to the correspondent

i; Mrs. W. II. Edwards and children Casper Duncan spent Sunday with Thursday. I ble of LaCrosse was summoned and; Incss visitor here Friday.E. by noon Tuesday and it will be

r-;;'V were visitors to Starke Tuesday. his parents, Mr and Mrs. L. A. Dun Melvin Weeks, of Palestine.was a immediately set the broken bones. J. Murrhee and little grandson, highly appreciated.

U. W. Mcl*ud, of Jacksonville, visited can.J.. business .visitor to Lake Butler last Mrs. R. A. Weeks spent last Thurs. J. C. Smith, of Ocoee, are spending i a

relatives in Lawtey first of the C. Crews, of Guilford, motored: Thursday.The day in LaCro ae. I few days with his family this week. BRADFORD

R week. to Lake Butler Saturday. O. E. S. chapter met Tuesday Chester Andreu, of New River, Mrs. Lewis Matthews and daughter

James Godwin was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Dock Crews, of New afternoon nt the Masonic hall In regular spent Sunday afternoon here. Roberta, spent the week-end with her Bradford, April 15.-There will be

I Jacksonville Sunday. River, were trading in town Satur business session. I I Fred Connelly, of Cooter Pond, was 1 parents in Waldo. Sunday school here every Sunday afternoon
in town Saturday.Mrs. 11111'11! Martha Britt, of Micanopy, is at 3 o'clock. ,
Mrs. Julius Eunice was a visitor to day.Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Lee and children left 1
I Starke Tuesday. C. L. Varnes and children, of last week for Alabama, for a visit D. D. Weeks, of LaCrosse wa : visiting her aunt, Mrs;/I. L. Ogden. Mrs| and Mrs. C. M. Andreu and

4' Miss Eva Futch of Jacksonville, Johnntown.spent Monday with Rev. with Mrs. Lee's mother.Dr. here Thursday. i Truby Dyal returned from Largo< daughter Fay, visited friends at

$. S. Proctor and family. Augustus Chapman Orr, Le Collie Weeks, of Santa Fe was a Saturday where he has been visiting Dukes Sunday.
the week-end with her parents,
spent
'. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch. Messrs. W. R. Taylor and familyof Johnston and Long Gainesville; visitor here Saturday afternoon.Mrs. I datives and friends.A Mrs. N. G., Hayes and son, N. G.,

Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his appointment Johnstown, moved Into the Town- Dunn, of Illinois, G. M. Robinson, of Baxter is visiting relatives I In peanut popping was enjoyed bya ; Jr., spent the ,week-end at Hampton.
church send cottage recently vacated by Mr. Jacksonville, were 'guests! of the< I Georgia this week crowd of young folks Friday nightat T. B. Edwards and daughter, Elma,
the Baldwin
at Baptist
J I \',. Saturday; and Sunday. and Mrs. Malcolm Riherd.W Markey house this week. I Miss Marguerite Shriver spent the th* home of John Surrency. and son, Excell, were in Lake' Butler
l I' II. Shaller and Will of Will McKever, wife and sister, Lr Saturday.
I Miss Florrie Terry, of Starke, visHod son, Mrs. L. L. Bow, of Homestead, i. weekend with friends in Gainesvill '
Providence Lake tha, wore visitors at the home of Mrl.Ojrd..n' Aulter of Five Mile visited
i motored to Butler I Boyd, ,
I Chesley Fogg of Graham was attending
b relatives in Lawtey Friday. the guest of Mrs. J. C. Crews of Guilford ,
Saturday. his daughter Mrs T. L. :Willis Wednesday
Thursday
this week.R. to business here Monday.Mr. .
Miss Claudie Terry spent severs Jacksonville .
Mr. und Mrs. J. D. Kirk, of
, days In Starke last week. Mrs. O. W. Maines Is visiting her L. Weal, of Sandersville, Ga., .,and Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent are the week with .
spending
I lion,- Orlando Maines, at Monteocha. visited In LaMs Butler the week-end with their daughter, Sumner Andreu was a visitor to
( J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, was a Monday and Bevillc. .
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. -
Lake Butler
visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Rev G. W. S. Ware, of Worthing. Mrs. John Surrency, of Graham. Sunday.
I, A. II. Harley transacted busincsi ton, was a visitor to Lake Butler on Tuesday.An Old Fashioned Mother Riley Wasdin, of Graham, was attending . !\\II'. and Mrs. O. C. Scarborough-, of
Ifl Mrs Ethel Reynolds and cousin, Jacksonville last week with the
spent
,
in Jacksonville, Palatka and other Monday.Col. Lake Butler High School Auditorium to business here Friday at- ,
n Netn Starling of Mayo, are visitin letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.- C. M.
,
: I' points last week, returning home Sat. Joe Hill Williams\ visited. in Thursday Evening, April 81 1921 ternoon.
urday night. Tallahassee this week. Cast of Characters: Lewis Shriver motored to Worthington rr'-ttJvpa' here this week.J. Andreu.
R. Seville\ and J. D. Kirk wen Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Shaw and
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Riherd Friday afternoon. ,
Fred and Robert Moore were vial. moved Deborah Under Hill (A mother in Israel
bunti.po: visitors to the county seat children of Alachua spent Sunday
tore to Jacksonville Sunday and Mon to the Pons cottage last week. )-Omie Scarborough.; I Willie Mae Olliver;-of Pine Hill, entered ,
Dr. and Mrs. J. Monday.MinxNona. with Mr. and Mrs C. W. Edwards. ,
M. Mann returned
Widder Bill Pendle (Leader of the 1 the normal here Monday and I is
't It'' day.T.. J. Terry was la visitor to Fort several weeks ago from different Choir-Mildred Roberts: staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs : Brown, of Sampson, spent The many friends of Mrs. James
points of interest in South Florida. thp weel-ond with relatives here.A Crews are sorry to hear of her ser
White lust week. I (Miss) Lowizy Lowing Custard I. W. Pinholster. I
Mrs. Charlie Edwards and baby of crowd of folks enjoyed a fish fry ious illness and hope she will soon
t' Mr. and Mrs. James Goodfellow and' (Plain Hewing and gossip!: )-Laurel Reba and Rhoda Brown, of Pine Hill
;, \Worthington spent Monday'with relatives at Sampson lake Saturday. improve.
-
children returned to their home las Armstrong. entered the normal here Monday. I
Mr. and !Mrs\ John Harrell, of Rai-
i f week, after several weeks spent In in town. Gloriana Perkins (As good as gold)- Mrs. Anderson and children, of Miss Viola Starling, of Sampson,
; Misses Zenith ford, and Lee Harrell, of Jacksonville,
South Florida. Ruby Phillips! and Russell Rivers. in here spent the week-end with. relatives and
Georgia, were Saturday.Mr.
are at the bedside of their sister Mrs.
Armstrong spent the week-end at I ,
Miss Hazel Futch went to Jacksonville Isabel Swipscott (The village belle) Wilson, of Gainesville, was i In friends here. '
+ Sunday where she will spend Five Mile, guests of Miss Norma De- ,I -Estelle Rosenberg. town last week. Rev. Crosby, of Sampson, filled his James Crews.

I t ; ..! several weeks, guest of her sister, kle.Mr. Suky Priddle (The widow's mite)- Tom Chastaln, of Lake Butler, was appointment here Saturday and Sun I Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Andreu, Sr., of
and Mrs. Turner of New River Brooker, were guests Sunday J'CIf Mr.
Mrs. Ury Gunter. I
) Henrietta Padgett. business
: attending to here Thursday day.Mrs.
and Mrs. C. M. Andreu.
. I Miss Ruth Skipper, of Live Oak, were shopping in town Saturday.A John Underhill (The prodigal: Bon-'I) afternoon.M. Era Roberts, who is attending:
fl ':. was the guest last week of her sister E. Proctor spent Thursday In Walter Knight.' P. Matheny and family visitedat the normal at Madison, is visiting fora Mrs. Alma Surrency was shopping

business in Worthington Saturday.
I Mra. E. E. Burney.E. Sapp looking after Charley Under Hill (The elder broth- the home of D. E_ Lynn of Galnesville few days here. -
Jack Marxhliurn, of Bonifay is the Roland Thomas, of Millet, spent
Mr. and
Mrs. Schelly Fowler, of
t E. Burnoy has moved his stow er-Raleigh) Bielling. Sunday afternoon.
II with C. M. Andreu.N.
guest of his Mr. and I Sunday .
grandparents, Brooker attended .
church here Saturday
and Brother Jonah Quackenbush (A whit- ,
the
ineitt market to store building
James Humphrey of Brooklyn,
, 1 Mrs H. J. Mar hburn, thls; week. G. Hayes was a business_visitorto
4 door north of the ed sepulchre)-Joe Jones.
one postofficc, spent Saturday here with his sister, Dukes
recently occupied! by R. D. Bennett. Mrs. Guilford Roberts, of Guilford' Jeremiah Gosling Jerry (A merry Mrs. M. A. demons. lIe was accom- Rev. Berryan Dyal and wife, of Saturday.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Dckle
Sat I Sampson attended church here Sun.
,
Dock Norman' of Raiford heart)-Elma Adkins.
was n urday. panted home by his sister, Blanche, FIVE MILE,
Kt visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Varnes grandson Enoch Rose (CA'n outcast .and wander. who has been visiting herd for the II day
Henry and Claudeof
Miss Gracy and Oliver of
Mrs. W. M. Redding and daughters, Johnstown, were trading In town er-Leroy) Mizelle. past five weeks. I Sparks, Five Mile, April 15.-B. L. Duke
Mounteocha attended church here
Ruby and Ante, visited relatives in Saturday. Quintus Todd (The country sheriff)- J. J. Morgan and family attended on was a business visitor to Lake Butler
last
Starke Saturday and Sunday. Hal Maines. church at Little Springs Sunday. Saturday. Friday.
Pettis Tomasella and sons, Dewey: There will be I I
Marcus Drown, of Tallahassee, wan and Patria motored to Johnstown Admission, 25c and 85c. A party consisting of Misses ,Veda a cemetery workingat Richard kerce, Mr. Suggs and family
on '
I Mt. Sinai April 21st Thursday. All
the week-end guest of his parents. Thursday Watson, Eunice Hazen, Marguerite were here fishing: Thursday

,Tho revival services which beganat Holland Chattain has returned from I RAIFORDRaiford Shriver and Inez Abernathy, Messrs those interested will please attend, Martin Cannon, G. D. Faircloth, R.
bringing tools.
the Baptist church the first part of Lake City, after a visit with relatives Louis Shriver, Lucian and Fred Haz The D. Faircloth, Misses Pauline and Angelina
entire community sadden-
last week ,will continue through thin en, Claude Crosby, enjoyed a picnicat was Faircloth spent Friday'here.
week. The have been April 16.-Carrie, the little ed Friday morning when they learned
meetings quilt Mrs. Albert Henderson of Lake Worthington Springs Thursday af I I H. S. Miller, T. H. Rimes and daughter
eighteen months old baby of Mr. of the sudden death of Elias Kelly.
largely attended and much interest is .
ternoon. Bathing was enjoyed until Mrs B. Shaw, were business visitors
Butler and Mr. John Hale Jacksonville
of
being taken in the services. and Mrs. Henry Barnett, died Sunday !late in the afternoon, when lunch was Mr. Kelly had only been here a short I here Saturday
Prof. H. C. Wimberly of Highland were united in marriage in morning at their home at U:80. The nerved the followed while, moving here from Mississippi I
Gainesville Saturday. They are theguests on picnic grounds, Miss Norma Dekle had as guestsfor
was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. remains were interred in Sapp cemetery music and at the hotelR. The community extends its heartfelt
of Mrs. Hate's mother, Mrs. by dancing the week-end, Miss Ruby Phillips,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye returned to Monday morning. The little of Graham in sympathy to the bereaved family.
Onle Pons. W. Surrency, was of Elco, Ga., and Miss Zenith Armstrong
their home in Jacksonville grave was covered with beautiful Card of Thanks
Sunday
town Friday. of Lake Butler,
.. after spending the week with relatives Mrs W. M. Johnstown spent Sat- lowers arranged loving hands. Fu. We wish to thank the people for
urday in Jacksonville. Reacy Holden, of Starke, passed Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle entertain.
In Lawtey. Mrs. J. D. Alderman and children, neral services were conducted by Rev.iVigglns through here Sunday enroute to Pine their kindness and the services Tendered ed in honor of Misses Phillips and
the us during the death of father. .
at cemetery. : our
{ J. C. Cone, of Brooker was a bunt- Armstrong Saturday evening Music
spent a few days with, her parents, Hill.Several May God bles all.
'1 ness visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Townsend. Little Carrie was only sick about a of the families here enjoy. syou by J. W. Gainey, violinist.
Mr. and Mrs. David
Mr. and Mrs. J J. McLcod are Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Townsend% and veek. God has taken her home to I I ed a Ash fry at New River Thursday. Mr Saulsberry. Kelly, Mr and Mrs. Allan Green was called to the

y; upending a few days at Klngsley lake, children have moved into their homein dwell safe in th earms of Jesus. D. W. listen and family attended I I bedside of her mother, Mrs. Martha

while Mr. McLeod Is building a cot. 1 west Butler. Mrs. W. M. Whitten and Mrs. T. church at Little Springs Sunday. PINE HILL Parrish Thursday. Mrs. Parrish has

tags for L. H. Hill. Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Saturdayand B. Handley were visitors in Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell and Inez improved somewhat at this writing.

Mrs. Ted Lewis and baby, of Brook Sunday at Antioch. ille Monday. Abernathy motored near Graham last Pine Hill, April 15.-Mrs. G. D. Mrs. F. L. Drawdy and son, Ardell,

t' er, were visiting relatives In La, ttey Miss Julia Register spent the week Helen Nauright returned home Fri Sunday. Faircloth, of Jacksonville, entertain.ed attended the birthday dinner of Mrs

Saturday and Sunday. end with Misses Alberta and Lota day night from Jacksonville.! \ J. W. L. Pinholster and nieces, Willie i a number of her friends and relatives T. H. Rimes Friday. They report a

Miss Eunice Whitehead visited relatives hailing at Providence. Dr. A. J. Johnson and little daughter Mae and Cantey Oliver, and Iva at the home of her parents, Mr. pleasant time. All Mrs. Rime. children -

in Starke Friday. Miss Lucille Varnes spent Saturday Francis Hartman. of Jacksonville Colson were here attending the B. and Mrs. R. H. Greene. Music was were present except one.

A. R Bowden, of Jacksonville, wan and Sunday at Johnstown with pent Wednesday here. Y. P. U. Sunday night enjoyed. Mrs. Faircloth at the piano, Cleaning up the Bethany cemetery,

a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. relatives Mrs.Dorothy Schelly, of Jacksonville E. S. Gainey of LaCrosse, was in Miss Pearl Greene, the guitar and E. the Rimes family burial ground, was

Joe Marr, of Starke, was a visitorto i Shelton Loadholti and Romie De.I was the guest of her cousin, town Thursday 3. Andreu, of Brooker, the violin, furnished an especial feature of the occasion.

Lawtey.Sunday. I kle returned Saturday after short Helen Nauright, Tuesday night and Ralph Hazen was a visitor to the the assembly with excellent M. A. Dukes and nephew, S. Dukes,
The has visit at county seat Saturday afternoon. were here Tuesday.
strawberry movement fallen Hastings. Vednesday. music. The guests were invited into

off considerably the last few days Mrs John L. Smith spent Saturdayat N. T. Ritch, of Starke, was a visitor Rev. Hall, of Bell, was here Sunday. the dining room where they were Miss Hattie Dukes returned Sun-

owing to the continued dry weather, Worthington, guest of Mr, and here Thursday afternoon. "Mrs. F. M. Beville and baby are served peaches and cake. day from a visit to Brooker.

, but the prices have been good during Mrs. F. 0 Rawls. Rev Wiggins, of Jasper, filled his viII tUng her parents at Arredondo Those present were Misses Elm Mrs. J. C. Gainey left Tuesday to

I the whole sea.on.'y Don't forget to attend the high regular appointment here at the Advent this week. and Pearl Shaw, of Broo'ker, Misses visit her son and daughter at Bush-

''The revival meetings held by Rev. school play to be given at the highluhool church Sunday. Maxie Kelly, of New River, was in Pearl and Ruby Greene, Rosa Surren. nell.J..

: Boyer were well attended and appeared building Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Graham and town Saturday afternoon.L. cy, Messrs, Ardell Harrell, of LaCrosse D. and Wilbur'Rimes were looking -

.' to do much good. D. W. Borum spent Sunday with his eon, ,Warren, Mr and Mrs. Albert R. Gainey and family attended Ralph Hazen, Dave Greene, after their cattle this week, stop-

\ The Woman's Club held their mevt- family Bender, of Watertown, were visitors church: at Little Springs! Sunday.. Millie Surrency, Ray Andreu, Mrs. ping' several days in this vicinity.

Ing Friday afternoon and a very enjoyable Mrs II. F. Priester and children here Sunday. | Miss Hattie Dukes, who has been A. B. Surrency' Mrs. Verlie Johns, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rimes were here

s time was afforded to all. spent the week-end at Bland, guests Mrs .C. Macclenny, of Macclen- visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Morgan and E. B. Andreu, Sr., of Brooker. Ata Sunday.

..,t' Rev. Black, pastor of Grace Methodist of Mr. H. F.,Priester. ny> was attending to business! here returned to her home Sunday. late hour all departed for their D. I. Blume attended ,,services at
church, will use for his) subject Tom Chastain Blank spent the weekend Saturday. G. W Beville\ was a visitor to homes, thanking the hostess for the Little Springs church Saturday and

Sunday morning, "If Jesus Came to > at his home with his family. We are sorry to report that the Green Cove Springs last week. pleasant evening.Mr. Sunday.

I Church." Come and see if you can Rev. Mullady, of Hampton, and Rev baby of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rollings. Jno. Surrency, of Graham, was inhere and Mrs. J. E. demons, Mr. J. H Marshburn, of 'Lake Butler,

find Jesus He may sit beside you. J. D. Major Riled their appointments worth is very sick. Sunday afternoon. and Mrs Lloyd Johns attended churchat and Dr. C. B. Marshburn, of Bonifay,

,y R. R. Thode was In Jacksonville Sunday at the Christian and Metho- Mrs. G. C. Sapp and little son; Wilbur Mr. Strickland, of Starke, was hereon Little Springs Sunday morning.' pent Thursday here, guest of Mr.

k !" Monday. are visiting in $k Augustine.Mrs. business Sunday afternoon.Dr. Mrs. A. L. Greene spent the weekend and Mrs. P. P. Jekle.Messrs. .

', A party of young people visitwl} at Cherry returned to her homeIn A. E. Russell made a professional with her mother, Mrs. Martha Reuben Glover, Leon Chantey -

the home of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Moore Jacksonville Monday afternoon after call near Gainesville Sunday.Mr. I'arrillh, rf Dukes. Tom Harrison and Miss Nancy

u Sunday. nursing tiki baby, of Mr. and Mrs.larrett's . Crews, of Lake City, was a John Kelly: of Melrose!, spent Sat. Connor motored out to Dekle's millpond

Lawtey is planning! to have a b.\.e- during Its illness. business! visitor here Monday after- urday'night with his niece, Mrs. A. B. last week, catching a fine string
l.ull) team this season. noon. Starling. of fish. '
/:
of Sanderson Is
Mrs. Joe Kelly
,
Rev. Black attended the preachers' the guest of her parents, Mr. and News was received here Saturday ,Mrs. Alice Oliver returned to St. Marcus Dekle, Misses Mae Duke,
/:
V meeting in Jacksonville Monday.J. Mrs. Ellison Kelly. that Miss Victoria Douglass and Mr. Augustine Sunday to be at the bed. Ruby Phillips, Zenith Armstrong and
D. Randall was visitor tn town "Cutting a wid..wath" Gowd of Alachua had been tilde Norma
a united of her daughter Mrs. Dekle went on a str.wrideSautrday
Aleen
In any walk of lif. Smith Crews, of Starke, was a vis-
t Monday.Wm. meane that you must haw good Itor here Sunday. In the holy bonds of matrimony. Miss Trtgpen, who has been ill for several afternoon their destination
Edwards was In Jacksonville blood, steady nerve and strength in Douglass was once a resident of this weeks. being the Scout Hole, on New River.
Sunday; and Monday. "_rYe. Mrs. C. Douglass, of Worthington place and has many friends and relatives H. N. Dullard of Brooksville Ardell Drawdy attended a partyat
Just .01dler. showed was
as- our they
Rev. Adleman, D. D., will\ speak at had the red blood, or courage; so will Springs, was a visitor here last week who extend congratulations and the guest of A. 'Surrency during the home of J. B. Colson's Friday

i:, Grace Methodist church Friday evening you: have the necessary *p" and the end.Z. beet wishes. the week. evening. t

/ April 22nd at 8 p. m. Dr. Adle- right kind ct blond if you make the Wainwright wa a visitor hero Rex and Tim Thomas, of Cooter Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Currency attended -,-- t
Is noted and has traveled blood redder and your health better Sunday. Pond in No Ghld l
man a speaker were town Sunday. the funeral of Riles Worm In a
by taking Dr. Fierce1 Golden Medical Kelly at
in all countries. He west, tn Discovery, For over fifty years this Surveyor Bennan, of Fernandina, Ollie Thomas, of Cooter Pond, passed Sinai Saturday All children troubled with Worm have an ua- 1 1ha.IWr

France during the war. Come and toulo and blood purifier hat bad the I. staying at the Cason house while\ through here Sunday enroute to Ardell Harrell, of LaCrosse color,which Indicate poor blood and aa 1 1rile
there 'I.
hear him. No admission! charged. -ndort nuent of tbe American public. surveying In the Johnstown section.Dr. Sampson. the week with his sister, Mrs. pent Ver- GROVE'S TASTELESS more or 1 CHILL ass stomach TONIC dbturbanc when regorly -

.. Last year over a million bottles were L B. Whitten, of Ft. Pierce, Mrs. Brown of Jacksonville, spent lie J ol.n.;} fortwocrthrw, weeks will enrich the blood.Improvethedlantlo.sndacts. .
sold. Po: why put oT the day'of
Plant City has had its inning in tho purchase was the guest of his parents here on 'riday here with her sister Mrs. L. J. E. .a.Derma. !StienHthln r
?-Duy NOW (either liquid<) demons was a visitor to ... &Tonic to the whole TMen.. Nature will tbee
strawberry deal and now Starke in or tablets) of your nearest druggist Wednesday. L. Johns rooker Saturday afternoon. throw oft or dla""J the worm.. ndth.CllUdwillb
.\1, ig< perfect health. I'-DC to take. ..6|>.,rkoUl tr
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: ter Garden. Friday here visiting her friends, Mri ''it had little financial backing. The

mff i Bradford Farmers 1 1"l'I Mrs. E. B. Hiers attended church at J. n. Brown and Mrs. Ida Goodge. :general public looked upon it with

I County I Little Springs Saturday and Sunday. Misses Alva and Merrill Thomas ;:ance.mild amusement and absolute toler

Christopher Crawford, of Ellenton, spent Friday afternoon in Brookpr .01!

visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II a shopping trip.S. |Iin 1917, was to effect sumptuary legislation .

; : MOISTUKE PRESERVATION surrounding soli through evaporation. ; ter. The owner of this pasture had G. Crawford, last week. V Andreu, of Brooker, was here which would abridge the citi .

,U' i But stirring of the soil in dry J kept (it free from fire for ten or fif J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was in our Saturday morning. i izens right to determine what he
I
!; .' (For the Telegraph) weather i la beneficial in other way I teenyear.. Twa a sight to drive a section last week. Mrs. E. J. Lewis, of Brooker, spent would drink. If prohibition was an

t ;' .1 than imply for arresting evapora humus enthusiast's heart wild with Tom Moore, of Lulu, visited friend Saturday here with her mother, Mrs '!attack on the amendment, it was an
advice
, In dry time farmers cultivation pet much tion. To begin with, the weed that Joy. But alas! one day, no cattleman in this community Sunday afternoon. A. L. Greene. attack on the liberties of the people

f...... about frequent with "mulch, no ni" would otherwise rob the plants of no cigarette fiend, just a plain Raleigh Bielling! of Providence., Henry Markey was in Brooker lax! !as far back as the passage of tho
.
. I' to piovide' the plants moisture, are killed. Then at night) bolt of lightning from a far distant made a trip here Sunday. .week. Maine law. Buf the people failed to

'Ir' .f'f: whereby)* .oil moisture it preserved. the dew reaches every little cranny In cloud came and struck a dead pine In Mr. and Mr*. J. S. Brown visitei Mrs. Bertha Stokes was numbered I i I appreciate the seriousness of the sitJ .
:
' t: They IIIRO hear" much about "capillary the loose top soil, and when the sun this enclosure, and very shortly an the latter' sister, Mrs. Frank Osteei on.the sick list last week. J I uation. They did not believe it could

I 1:1" t. attraction. Farmer generally know it in the morning, the moisture ,' appalling fire came destroying 1
warms sweeping, "
; : soil of Providence Sunday. U. D. Johns, of New River, was be "put over.
that frequent stirring of the preserves thus i il turned into 'I everything In its until
deposited vapor path
O. L. Mizelle of Worthington here
, ;J the moisture in the unstirred was Friday morning. I And the attitude of the people today .
reaches the firmer ani not showed
much of which even a pine a needleI
green in this section Tom
enroute to
, but venture to I I, Tuesday, Markey was a business visitor toward proposed ]legislation and
beneath
portion we cooler soil beneath and is condensed in the entire pasture. It was with
Ellisville.N. .
. I'$ know how i I I to Brooker Friday. the use of tobacco is about the sameas
f that comparatively few
i nay back into water, adding: to the store great difficulty that the cattle were
.
it<< this moisture preserving i is tfTectrd, II. Stokes made a business tripto Claude P.enfroe was a business visitor was their attitude toward prohibition -
I The moisture saved.
already existing. Today, eight years after, this
t. and fewer yet what is meant by capil Columbia county recently. Jo Brooker Saturday morning. as recently as ten years ago.
ed in this manner amount to a same 200 acres of ground is abandon
ain.1
lary attraction. Nature II the farm-, Saturday morning quite a number Louise Griffin, of Brooker, was the The anti-tobacco forces, however,
deal, as' can be found by ed. In the shallow valleys some Tan
(!
: i';' r er's servant, and knowing its lawn, we of the smaller children of this community guest of friends here Saturday. seem confident. They have thousandsof
the dew for
box of loose ashes to over straggles; existence. On the low
'l can make it do more and better work prepared dinner and gatherer A. L. Greene was a visitor in the dollars for propaganda, where the
right. The difference in weight in the : ridges, covered with fallen pines, is
I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Five Mile section Saturday. original prohibitionists didn't have
for .
tin.The I evening and the morning: is considerable no sign of life. These were baked,
Mr.
and Mrs'
A. II. Warren attended
Waters. Various games were played hall rent. Tho following significantstatement
of all
roots
plants are provided .
and I is caused by the moisture deposited sterilized and rendered utterly use-
I
It'' with Innumerable fine hollow hair until the noon hour whon the refresh. the party at J. Goodge'* Saturday from Omaha Is worth. pondering
a* dew. I less. And still "keep the woods from
I 1'1 i, through; which the ground water I I..* I mcnts were served in the pine forest, night. I :
the humus!l" t
tucked into the root, where it enter I We have said that "frequent" stirring burning; save Why certainly spreading dinner in the oldtlme country Mr. and Mrs. Duggar Jones, 011 "Four mail cars, tiled with anti.

!f'. the circulation system of the plant. of the soil i III desirable in dry. ( T ) fashion, after which thcy enjoyed Sampson, were here Saturday night. tobacco literature, and one Pullmanof

'. The root conntitue a chemical lalio- weather. The: weight of the earth k Again: Back in the year 1892, one themselves until a late hour when A large crowd of the young folks anti-tobacco campaigners passed

j; story where the mineral' found in : self, and the pressure on it by the and one-half mile south of Yalaha, each departed for their respective enjoyed a party at the home of Mr. through Omaha Friday on the way to

,
,{, the water are mixed and the obnoxious wind, will soon pack it, and it should on the south side of Lake Harris, wasa homes. and Mrs Jack Goodge Saturday evening California where a no-tobacco cam.

t substance* rejected. There is always again: be loosened. Caking of the sur i heavy, first-ta.. pine land the own The sure thing v. 'Ihe uncertainty., After music and dancing: they paign is to be fought. D

t'f' fare (hould l not be allowed, a* t.hereby'' er of which kept fire off from it for : were invited to a long table spread
much more water in the ground Summed up and boiled down small,, "The literature and thj workers
/I I moisture 1 III lost, and air excluded. The seven years. With a bayhead on the with the good things to eat.
than one would or else nothing aside from the .
: thinks one per cent of executives5the came from New York city, accordingto
I air is necessary for (chcmicol! rhange west and two orange groves oppositeand I Miss Bertie Thomas is spending a
would be able in
to grow dry-Weather, country offers to the ninety members of the party. Five hun
in the Roil and for the roots of the road to the north end south It
while with her friend Mrs. Bculah
a* Uie .evaporation from the. leaves : and nine a moderate certainty In all dred carloads of anti-tobacco literature -
plant And if the surface is caked, looked easy. But this seventh year Prescott, of Starke.
and stalks is enormous, and it must thing The city, a mere dazzling have been sent out for distributing
I injurious acid forming in the ground< the gentleman was caught napping; Messrs.* Albert Williams and Ar-
\ l>o alP-supplied by the root In a uncertainty; the country a sure thing throughout the country The lit.
cannot escape. Also, it makes the the fire got In from'the' south, and dell Drawdy of Lake Butler and Eugene
dry time it exist in little The
': A'lobulCIII city, a chance. Choose ye and erature deals with the alleged physical
penetration of the dew impossible. thQuph: lit had only a limited space to Crosby of Brooker attended the
N 1 1.11 the fat particles in milk just ready i take your medicine with a smile. and economic evils of all formsof
Moral-Stir the.coil gather force and fury, it swept the party' at J. Goodge Saturday night
f' for churning. If you take a handful often.II. tobacco and the of
L. clean urges passage
E. ground killing the lofty pines
t. of moist (not wet) sand and throw it I to their uttermost tips. And coming THERESSATheressa ZIFF laws in every state to make the

} from one hand to the other a few sale1and
growth; use of tobacco a
1r I IIOLDS'WOODS-BURNING TO BE on down to the road bordering the

I. it times, the little globule will'become two in line did It Not April 15.-Rev. Williams Ziff penitentiary offense.' '
,A BLESSING groves a stop April 15.-Frank Warren returned -
connected I
and the water will
out
j run hardly. The flames lept the road and of Stnrkc preached at the Christian to his home Tuesday after a We do not believe the enemies of
. ; just aR the fat globules in the milk church tobacco will be successful. As
.r For the past year or'two I have been Into the field fifteen feet making a Saturday night, Sunday and three week visit with his parent' we
will come together by churning. This I II
will show that the earth, contained reading editorials in the leading paper clear jump of twenty-one feet over Sunday night, filling his regular ap- Mr. and Mr*. W. R. Warren.J. said some time ago, they haven't the

I: water than *- of our 'state on the subject of perfectly clean ground to the first pointment. B. Thomas made a business trip argument behind the prohibitionists
more you thought it did. I Messrs. P. M. Geiger and C. A. had. They cannot cite evil
I woode-burning, wherein they take a row of firomising, young, four-year- to Waldo Thursday.
, ) An a drouth advance, the moisture Youngblood were business visitors to done by tobacco. But vigilance is the
I most amazing stand. The Tampa old trees and blasted them to bark. The potato inspector of Gainesville,
recede more and more from the top. I Waldo Thursday.R. price of liberty and the tobacco bigots
Times, while in the list, very aptly! stripped trunks, and even' then did was in our section Friday.
I f-. But how do the plant. whose roots do Burrows, of Starke, was out will bear watching. They have givenan
I I'I'I' made file statement recently, that "t o not stop, but reached out, after destroying Harley] Thomas, of Bradentown, I is
not go; down to the moist stratum, obtain I here Friday afternoon indication of what might
on a fishing they
this barrier and home possibly
city dwellers the question of forest I badly on a visit with his parents, Mr.

the water necessary for them' I 11M a thing remote." Just so. Am scorched the second row twenty feet trip.Ed and Mrs. II. T, Thomas. do by promoting anti-cigarette

I ., \\Ii'. It (in through the property of the soil, as city editors are pre-eminently city on. Seven years of humus and grass Smith of Gainesville, was the Mr. and Mrs. Levy Prescott and ]legislation [in many states.-New

t. which, when packed to a certain con. guest of relatives here York
Sunday.S. Telegraph.
dwellers, hence: and saw palmetto leaves made a wave children and nephew, Carl Crosby of

slutency, *uck* the water up from be- 1 I With a residence in the state o f of flame that leapt forty-one feet over B. Woodard was a business visitor Ft. Meade, enjoyed<< a fish fry at Earl-
low. This natural law not
doe to Starke AMBIGUOUS
ap Tuesday.
Florida for the past forty-three year' clean ground. That same piece of ton Beach Saturday.

)1 ply to the coil alono, but I II found in I the writer believe he is quite tho r pine land, which, had it been burned C. A. Youngblood and grandson, R. B. Thomas made a business tripto -

many other connection It may be Arthur Moorer and S. B. Woodard Tarzan Jones was sitting down to
I two would have been
oughly: acquainted with the condition, every year or a Brooker Saturday.
bunt observed, in a lamp wick. Suppose the visitors breakfast one morning when he
was
to
were among Hampton
>nd can throw Home interesting and desirable property now, is today a Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Crosby are the
you makcj wick by twisting astounded: to see in the announcement
a Saturday.W paper an
I instructive sidelight: on this matte waste, with naught save a cover of proud parents of a fine girl.

i carded cotton, as was often made dur-I I for the benefit of many of those wh o. nondescript bushes to show for its W. Packham and family spent Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thomas delightfully of his own death.

tog the Civil war. You try it, do former grandeur. Sunday at Waldo with relatives lie rang- up friend Howard Smith
not know. entertained a number of
will not suck up the oil, because It is Messrs.' G. M. Bennett and P. M. at once.
I In the olden times there were n o No man understanding the fright their friends Friday evening with "
too loose. You then twist It harder, Geiger were visitor to Hampton Saturday "Hallo, Smith! he said, "Have yon
',. restrictions on woods-burning; jus; ful menace hanging over his farm or social in honor of their son, Harley
but it fails again, this time because seen the announcement of deathIn
let 'pr 1/:0.: The careful and methodical grove or woodlands, or home, whfch I Thomas, of Bradentown. Games were my
"
twisted too tight. You then untwist Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tillis and children the paper?
farmer or grower, however, plowed R the'accumulation of years of grass played until a late.hour. Among those
it slightly, and the oil will rise between i I and Mrs. Dowling, of Waldo, "Yes," replied Smith, "Where are
sixteen or eighteen foot fire guard and humus means for him, will ever present were Misses Mona Brown,
the fibres of the cotton, because were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. you speaking from?"
I about his fields is he does now, in ample let that condition arise. No, sonny, Effle Edmondson, of Sampson Bethel
they the '
are now right distance Woodard
; Sunday.
time for the expected event. Bu no wholesale destruction of farms, Thomas, of Cooler Pond, Rhoda and
y'' Thus will !I FINANCIAL STATEMENT: OF COUNTY
apart. blotting paper suck Messrs. M. W. Lee and son,. Cleveland -
as a certain amount of damage was forests desert wastes Lomie Thomas Avy Ollie FUNUS
groves, ; no on Starling,
up ink, because it Is 6f loose texture, I f of Lakeside, were among the Monthly financial' tatrment of Bradford
t done to those who were not prepared our scenic highways except perchance and Lubedia Padgett, Alma and Vir
for the
J month of
while writing paper will not do so, be" visitors to Hampton Saturday after oou4ty March 1921.
$ a law wa created in later year confining those abandoned turpentine areas gie Thomas, Messrs. Carl Crosby, of Central Fund
tause its fibre are too close togC'ther.1 lalane March 1. 1921 ______.. ZOS.SItacelptx
This the burning to a period. within (over which we have'no control) for noon.Mrs. Ft. Meade, Harley Thomas, of Brad during month ..._ .__ 117(1.97

property of a liquid ascending I the months of February and March, us. Sloan, of Sampson City, was entown, Eugene and Hugh Butler Warrant* tamed __...___..???__._ 8141.1'
\ through the interstices of a solid, is a visitor Sunday at the .home of Mrs. Kalanca April 1. 1921 ??___??..27gg,gg
s i and requiring a two days"warning Fires are possible anywhere, Crosby, Ellery and Dock Thomas, Fine and Forfeiture Fond
anytime
calltul capillary attraction, the term : John Phillips John Balance March 1. 1021 ...___._._..2SII of
within mile fir.
.//1 being derived frqm the Latin word'' one the anticipated especially through carelessly O. A. 'Andreu, of Gainesville and Thigpen, Menzie Groover One ....". during month ._.._...__ 198.20
,
Ing. thrown cigarette and cigar stub As Thomas,.of Cooter Pond. Warrant foaiicd .....?-.?....__. 874.2*
I "capillaris, meaning a hair. Our Chas. Beck, of Hampton, motored lalance April I, 1921 -..___2174.8
''h bodies depend on this law for their I And now the cry goo up: "Why the cities are not immune from this Miss Grace Padgett left Wednesday Hood Fond
through town
afternoon.
fire at allT Let the humus accumulate neither the be. our Sunday for Plant City, after two weekl'vacation lalance M.rch 1. 1921 .___.___ 1TS.S1
: ., nourishment, as by capillarity the educe, can country Robt: Batten, of Lakeside; was in foeetpta, during month .......__
: Is And make the wild lands more fertile And it is a common thing for the here with her parents. Warrant I..uod .. -_.....-____
blood drawn from the veins diffused
,' and !" Go, tell that to the marines, lightning to fire the woods. Hampton Saturday afternoon.M. D. D. Thomas spent Thursday at Balance April 1. 1921 ..____.____.?.,. 176.11
through the flesh fibres-to every M. Brinson and W. A. Jones Ontatandlna fund
I or the babies.Theoretically. To prevent the fires would be to invite Louise, guest of H. Johns. lalanoe. March 1. 1921 ??????__ 878."
part of the body. have returned from their fishing trip It""ceipta durinir month _.....__
it would be a good catastrophes, as has been shownIn and had excellent luck. Rev. J. H. Kelly filled his regular farranta U.uuct -__-_______

When the subsoil is gravel or course thing for the soil and all the newlyiprouted this writing. Make the areas larger appointment at Shady Grove Saturday lalance April 1. 1921 __.____.____. 87....
sand, the passages between the grainsare Johnnie Williamson, of Jennings, Dcalnare Fund
i pines were this practice of miles in extent, and then let. the and Sunday. lalance March 1. 1921 __._?___ 110.90
too wide to admit of capillary at. burning; stopped; but the facts and Inevitable fire Curtain! was a visitor here Sunday.The Carl Crosby returned to hi* homeat r tt-cfipta durinc month ....._.........
'. traction. It is then in the tame condition come. crops in our section are looking Warrant Uauedl .__.._.._._.mrirlalance ..
the evidence are so overwhelmingly Rest assured the people of Florida fine the Ft. Meade Sunday after a week's April 1. 1921 ?....._____?_ 12090
considering fine weather.
AH our lamp wick when twisted Widow. Prn.lon fend
against it that the theory bust likes visit with his uncle, "S. L. Prescott
PI too loose. Where the immediate subsoil : will ever look after this, and trust lalance March 1. 1921 ?.?__?.__ J40.B9kKelpta
soap bubble the moment one stops to Miss Mona Brown of Sampson City during month ?-._. .._._ 88.74
in clay, the passages between the think. That pines and them to ever keep the homefires merrily WATERMILL was the week-end of Warrant ...uod .___........_?.??._ 18*.00
young sprout truest MUa Alva Balance ._ ,_ _
__ _
clay particle. are, in the natural state burning as each year or two roll April 1. 1921 _, 128.81
thrive fires Is Thomas.
everywhere, despite the April a. 1921.
too close admit of around not to destroy but to preserve Watermill, April 15Mr. and Mrs., Bradford County.
to capillarity
corresponding
a fact only too well known to any observer Don't forget there is prayer meet State or Florida. .
whatever remains of our round timlpr Morgan: Prevatt, of Starke, spent
to the wick when twisted
, and that large and small ing at Dedan I hereby certify that the foregoing' statementof
; acre Sunday afternoonat
r too close; but this can be improved by gage I ; and the land upon which it standsE. Sunday here with his sister Mrs. Viola every the .....11'.. and diabunementa of th.
of second survive 8 o'clock.
? ; growth pines A. Peet, Tavares, in Tampa Tri- Thomas.Mr Everybody invited. funde of Bradford County for th* month ofMarch.
mean. of subsolling with the plow''ordynamite. Mrs. 1921. U true and correct to the
and master fires in all sections of the Parker and daughter
A* a rule the subsoil of I .and Mrs. Parrifth, of Lake Butler Sinnie beat of my knowled,.. and belief.
state, i la another well known fact. here attended prayer meeting at Dedan ALDERMAN..
bune.MILLER spent Sunday with Mr. and ,
Bradford county land of just the (SEALJ:
are I That it behooves the people to burn Mrs. W. R. Hodges.Mr. Sunday. Clark Circuit Court.
Bradford County.
right texture to make capillary attraction I the woods yearly and keep them in and Mrs. A. II. Warren were S. L. Prescott made a busines strip By C. A. KNIGHT.

perfect.To : rather than nurture the to Brooker Deputy Clerk.
mastery germ business Tuesday.
visitors
from the Miller April 15. J. L. Brown : to Brooker Wednes - -
was
preserve evaporation of giant that and will\ One Thomas of Cooter
a may sooneror Pond, was No
moisture thus sucked up, where the a business visitor to Gainesville Sat- I day.C. in this Worm In a Healthy: Child
later bring destruction all section
upon M. Smith of New Friday evening.
shallow going roots can reach it, we urday. River, spent All children troubled with Worn bar. an nnD -
will be fchown in this article. Thursday night at Clayno. alUiT'color, which Indicate pool blood. and a.a
make the passage between the soil I With the advent of the turpentine Seeber Thomas and sisters, Misses ANTI-TOBACCO CAMPAIGN rule. there .. more or lea stomach disturbance.
Virgie and friends W. R. Hodge and son, Evan, were GROVE'S TASTELESS!: CHILL TONIC
particles so wide that the water below Ruby visited in given relu-
industry in Florida in 1896 (not I860 I thin business visitors to Brooker Thurs' tarly fortwoortbrr ... week will enrich th* blood.
cutmot ascend through them. This amiable tin community Sunday When the prohibition tapro thedU *tiimand cta
as one correspondent put I day and while there party was organized *a QtIIMrOl8treDlllb.
I* accomplished by stirring: the Miss Estclle Rosenberg, of Lake purchased. a new more than erring Topic to th.wbola aJ'OCllUl. Nature will then
The Tribune recently), a new situation a generation ago
throw .
off
buggy. dispel th .
or and th"CbUd..11I be
worm.
face with the lIur-j Butler the week-end
hoe, rake, plow or spent with Miss
n In
.
To burn perfect health. Pleuaut
arose. the wood yearlywas Mrs. M. E. Goodge. of to aka lie per hoWe."Rate
Sampson
vator. The moittlure (cannot then Carrie Belle Brown. ,

from below any higher than to the I .on and such i III as business indispensable' a* the to still carryIng It Murray Thomas made a business J.spent Goodge.Thursday night with -her son, THEY ALL DEMAND IT I'asu Up AH Other Food For

loose soil or mulch. We can see an I self. Sawmills to followup trip to Worthington recently.J. One Meal of Rat Sn p?
are supposed
example of the efficiency of this pro. S. Brown was in Lake Butler on Mrs. C. A. Lewis spent part of last Their first meal of RAT SNAP i is
areas Starke Like
I f l the turpentined) with the exhausted week at Willeford Every City and TownIn
w cone if we, early in the morning:, walk pines and convert the trees msiness Friday Mrs. Alberta visiting her daughter the Union, Receives It. their last. Kills in a few minutes! and
Stokes.
over the ground: lately harrowed. We into the S. T. Howling, of Ralford, was in I People with dries up carcass.Rats killed with RAT
lumber. If this is not done, Mrs. J. II. Brown and kidney llu. want to'ba
0'rs' will then see that in every track of first, fire that gets In, whether it be this community last wedc. Rvba in daughter, cured. When one suffers. the torture SNAP leave no odor. RAT SNAP
were shopping Brooker
man or beast the earth is moist, while one, two or five' years will kill the Mr. and Mrs. If. C. Peeples were urday. Sat of an aching back relief la comes in cake form. Break into small

everywhere else It is dry. The packing pines; but if it has to be, then the trading in Lake Butler Saturday af- Lucian Hazen of Brooker eagerly sought for. There are many pieces, leave where rats travel. No

'. of the earth by.the feet, crowded sooner the better.for if it runs too ernoon. this section was in remudio today that relieve but do mixing with other food. Cots or dogswon't

v together the sell particle until capillary long five then the soil is N. 11. Stokes made n business tup: Friday. ,mot cure. IHJUJT Kidney Mils have touch it. Safest, cleanest, surest
,
say years Evan
( lodge in Brooker : ''
was
Satur brougbt
1 ,t. attraction. was established and I destroyed with all else. The first or to Worthington Saturday. lasting renulti to thousands rat and mouse killer. 3 sizes, 35c
Here
". the moisture rose to the surface. Such Miss Carrie Belle Brown was In day.Mrs la l Starke evidence or their G5c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
"h I second year, the soil will not be affected ; Nellie- Kerce of merit.
'. pots will, of course, from being unprotected to any degree.In Gainesville Saturday. Clayno, spent Mrs. D. C. Jones, Starke.-Adv.
J. w. Andrew
Miss Virgie Thomas is her Madison Ave.. ..
;(,. soon become drier than tho I regard to this there is absolutely visiting says: "I have used IXmn'8 - ---
ti sister, Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Lake But Kidney To
Stop
no point of similarity between the Pllll for kidney complaint and back. a Cough Quick

I'' "And There Wasn't the Slightestr conditions of our woods with those of ler.Mr. Dodson's aches and have received fine results. lake HAYES' HEALING HONEY, acough

r.r. Smell From Dead Rata" the far North and West, as things; and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Providence Liver Tone I feel Justified In recommending talk medicine which stops the cough br

II I, I Writes John Simpkins, farmer of have gone in the past; but down in { visited relatives In this community medicine." I healing the inflamed and Irritated tissues.

f. ., Annandale, N. J.: "Rats were coating the southwestern portion of this Friday. Killing Calomel Sale On April 26. 1918. Mrs. Andrew eAJJ0* of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE

rr me hundreds yearly; tried dogs, ferrets county, close by the Sumter border, T. II. Water was a business visitorto I said: ". think Just the same of Croup II for enclosed Chest Colds with, Head Colds bottle and ofHAYES'

: poison could not get rid of them Worthington. Saturday afternoon. Doan's Kidney Pals now I every
200-acre II./< did HEALING
I
to
up: eight years ago, was a HONEY. The salve
I. Bought; 11.25 pkg, of RAT SNAP ((6 fenced-In pineland cattle Murray Thomas made a business Don't sicken or salivate yourself orpartlyae i when I recommended them before. 1 should be rubbed on the chest and throat
pasture, a '
rat trip to Lake Butler your sensitive liver by taking h-'ve bad n..>' retul'n of )I children
half live kidney
I la: cakes). Used not a I portion being given to prairie and wa- Saturday. calomel which is quicksilver Your ble uffcrLnf from a Cold or Croup.
since trou'j
r a since. Dead ones aplenty. I like RAT George Miller made a business trip dealer sell each bottle of thin remedy cured me. The!! ho.'lDllorr' of Have' Heeilloil Honor In'
--- 1'1<'I\8&Ot'l Price ride the throat .
6i> combined of
I j after killing rats It to Dukes one day last week. hanulPM] "Dadra Liver c. at all dealers. Grovr' with the halloo effect
1 i' SNAP because n s Tone" a Pee-7rate 6.Ive U"ou'm "" pares d)'
/ Plies Cured la 6 to 14 Days -Imply ask for
; I an Ironclad, a kidney reinedv- the alto IIIIOD stela. COIIQb.
, :"' up-Ieav no *smell fl Alpar Thomas' who has been employed nwmt'y.back IfIlarantM'that get
dries them D.. .
t"ueglnerrfundmouer IfI'Ai00INiZ".ENTedl.! it rtyuUti-s the liver unK:dnoy PilU-the Bah remedi.see pocked In ODe carton and the
same
!j '."- sizes, SEc, 36e, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed toruiolo-iiliu; itlliMi 3Ie.mhniiorprutriaunV. Mli'lattam . in the Lake Butler Bank hn9. bowel better than calomel,without stomach and Mrs Andrews had. Foster that ,OOOt of the comblDeti treat..DC Ia:I5a.
Vlir ami mak-
f 1 'trMnrt '* you i.i -Mtlbura
>
't by D. C, Jpnes.Adv.. I Il ,., ::' : . r i .1 '.... UMiUC JO. frlut : accepted a position in a bank-in Win log you ick-15 million bottle sold. Co.. Mfrs Buffalo, NY Just ask HONf.'Y your druggist for IIA YES'HEAlJNG

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FRIDAY APRIL iS. 1921. PRAIWORI OOti'NTY flsLFf.RAPII 8TARKE FLORIDA. i I''>

-'----- -,- _u___ PAGE SEVEN AKEPOUT
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OF SCHOOL FINANCES In Plutrlet 17. tli followingmancger "
10 U"tdraln Fine and Forfeit.re Fand
W. F.
GODWIN. Director.
been appointed E. Moor. W J ,.
h. FliprrMin arrant Chad Hall '
BRADFORD COUNTY Only Partially! Informed."It B. M. Coleman. M. M. Oriffla. W J 11'lx-r.on: taking Chad llalllnger tiger ?to T.BO lulrlIN'April and 11)21.worn) t bi.r m. thl the

is from history that -e must For the pttrniev of holding the **ld rlrctlon to L*.try ?.______?-..___..?_ 400 d. JA8. T. MOO.iC. ,' ,
FOR TilE PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER\ 31, 1920. Icirn to In District No 19. Bradford, the following J J John guarding Chad Halllngrr -. Notary.
judge the future. remarkedthe 1.0 1
I h lieen nted J. Ed. Farm J'.bl.
m.n..r t> apixi t V. 11.1. men and bl"h."d_____ ,.
TIHo following report or the r.celpta and .n.bu..menta of tbs funela or BRADFORDCOUNTY rrlous citizen .ye.." replied the) .. Wm llarrelt. T. B. Fd..r. I L Illggi "". . ... |7 on ------- --- ----

for the Iwrlod endimii Dec. 81, 1V2O with: th. halanor I and :mown w..rnnouutanding observer "but day's t ".n. nf .I.tn. W Fnpenun finding prleonrn ____u 85.IK BANK STATEMENT IS J.
; cows reminds
and a ..tement of the rcta and fiabilltka i and the tofuu' .chool 1 1o prolwrty o i i'ba every In nietrlrt No. 29 Guilford;, the r..l.wln. W W 1.1".n owhlng at ___. too .1"0' of th. condition or I" farmer 4>
said Bradford Count a. ftp.t..d on tba Blat day of v... 1.20. by the (;lounty U..rd nf us that history U not jet complete ".n..r h..bern apniilntedl R L W W guard at j.1 j.1______--_- 6'00 l.nk. at lake. Butler. the atat of
Public JtiBtruclicm and the Superintendent ." C M..C.I. W. R Alo . R A Creen ca.a Jack ___.____n t'lorld. clomp of bit nesi April 9, 19211Irftantt
pr.vU.un.. Chanter; 6H.8 (If the Law of Florid | For ... of holding.. the .Id election W J FIpramn: do .-u__ 1275 R.c..
AeuERNEBT AM08 Comptrollor. In IXltrlrl 8. LIB the following manager W J Eppnrenn wltne do .__..._--.__ 1 00 on real ". _u_ ._____. '
FINANCIAL STATEMENT': COUNTY SCHOOL love been .", l J. W. Lewl. R P. W W 1..d"o do _?__u__.___- 1.00 boon on collateral eeourlty other 8.682.1
General School Fund t'VMI8 Lcwta, C. Klly. than real eMate 86898 t

County Minprlntendonf 1I.,.;\6._ ..I.t.mrnt'or I. W. KICK LITER.Cnalrman. Total _.---- -- __ _. 18688 Ml other loan and dwauunU -._ ,
-
Depoetlory balinc JulyOuuuandlng 1.t lCI&I> __________ __.n___.__________.__ 662.84 muntv ochoul fund for tn* memo of Ttnurd I'ubl' I ..'01. 1'r.dtordCounty Overdraft .._______ __ 117.117.7 r&
warrant July 1. '1HSO. time __________ .- .0II0.00 Murch. 1921.1 I I'nlled HI.to. bond.sad 178.1
Outstanding warrant July 1. IMO currant ____._______ 60.6U6.6 68.636.5 General ftrhaol Fund Allot iII. Bill-) PAID IIV rU'tlOOI. BOARD Victory ,_. ._. '- 14.25000 I
Overdraft March 1. 1DX1 ....., ___ .61Kecelpti : B WIOCIN8.Secretary. L W KI..klltr boanl acrvlc ____ ____ 4.SO K.nklng hoe; ji' fixture-.- 8.86999: v
Net deficit July 1. 1920 _____...r, ______________________ 11.972.81 durinc month -rrLLj. H08.90 I ..1.-1 A A 'ban h___._._.....___. ..1 Other, real. .,....'. _____ _._ 12ft..9
Warrant. Iwurd _r--T-rrl. 887.72 I _.- J 0 IVnnlMin do ..____.___........._ 1 6 Due r..I l.aka _n... 29,258.96 '1 c
I..rt.re.
RECEIPTS: FOR TUB SIX MONTHBt"From Overdraft April 1.-1821 -??-_=.?,, ..8147.83Olntrlrt : I CLERKS REPORT n WUglnt *alary upt .__._...__ ... .for el..rne 1.22.7 P 1

No. 1 I Rtarkr. Fla., April 1, 1921. 1 Wlgglm Incidental __ _....__ 6X5 Ca.h. on hand ..._.-_-.___. ..._. 9
Ta. collector, tarn ___-_ --1____.___ ______ (/,671.61Comptrolkn Ralance March 1. 1921 ___ 117.11 Report of the ('k'rk of the Circuit I Court .:1\ Ahrrnalhy l<.rhlng --- ----,. 4*.-8Jeule .197.01 1}

'::0- redi-mptlon .___ _____ 41.CS Kelpu durtnir month _______ 1.8 In and for Bradford County. Florid.. on account Futrh d_.._________..-_._-?. B8,00 Total .. .--------______-.199.606 44
,;;0: Comptroller railroad tax ____ ______._______ 8270 Warrants uwu>>d ....._._____ 1S1.IIO of taxe auecaed for the year IP20. II Ald,'rmn trn.trlna ........... 6ft no U.httlr)
Comptrollur one mill taxComptroller. ________________.____ 2,112.60! lialanee April 1. 1921 ________ .1..71 W. HAYES. J.nle WII.m. t..e"ln. -.---.__...___ a.7, CanlUI clock paid _ ________ 2600000
Smith-Hugh* Fund ____________ __ 600.00 l>i lnrl "'.. SM.rch ? E Tax Collector 8 8 do -.-..._..._?__.__ 40000 Surpla! fund ?_. __..________ 4.600.no
County ;Judge hunting lien.e* . _____ 26.76 R.lam'.. 1. 1921 _...:..,. .__ 8790 To Bradford Jeannette. Matthew do ..---......___ 200 OflMr Unit,vldrd profit (lea* *slu'n. and
Superintendent Bounty Una pupil ..__________ &f6." R..ipta. during month __ ....-....... 1.14 Coun..nl,. Proper B D Law do .__..-......?._.-_ 20000 tur 1..101. ..._ .__..__ 2,61111.90
Superintendent, aalea __.-__.-____________.__ 71,42 warrant* tmiucd __ _,.. ,._ March 1. to du. .___ __ _-90m *0By In. Aldfrman da ___ _....__._.__ too 00Oeo ". o.'ta' lubjeet to check. 66,7x11.52 8
__.._____. ..... _____... 16.16867 T. hl n ----- q Holland do .._... ____......... lime .. 'A
Bank, loan - --- Kalance April I. 1D21 _________. 46.04 .mt .._..__.__._ ___. 232.47 20000 .r nVlMi.lt' _u.n__ 24.9448 s:
Bank. refunding warrant .__________________ 17.681.01 70.067.16 l>l.tnrt Ne. I'FI.I.n. al.t Mary Ino..m do _.____..__._......__. Inn 00 Caehlrr' check ouutandlng ____. 612.91 )

.. March 1, 1921 __._.._ 2007Komlpui April 1. to "bl du* __.__.___.__.....8801.42 Jeaula Wll.on do __.-.___.__...... 100 00 S.ln. deiHielt .__ ___n__ 91,1111.96
Making balance -u_________________.__.____ II.G85.0' during month __.___ 607.8* Pin and Frfltnr ; Ora.Pot do .__u____.____..-_._. 6500
_ Scott do __ __ _...._ 4000Alva ) Total ___ _. ___._. .
FOB THE BIZ MONTH11 Warrant "beued -_-......._-. 622.70 M.rch" 1, to hal due _ _ _ 161668 n -- -- ---.u ,
DISBURSEMENTS Balance April 1. 1921 .____.._..?_ 106.K By unit collected _________._ 88.76 Thorn. do .____._._..__..._ 27.80Fldrldge State of Florida. "unt.of Bradford sat : r
E.p;..... lu 8ckaaltl8aun. DUI rirt Ne. 4 -- dog___________ 66.On 1. W'm Johnaon. ..f the above named 7 I

ot _he... _______________?-______hh 81.618.60 Balance. I, April 1, to hal due _________-_____,1476.90 Kathryn t>rkle di. ......._.._...._.. 7.1 hunk, dn .elrmnly wear th.t the above iitatem '"
March :
I. 1921 _________ 120 80ntceipta M A da __.___.__ _._. < I'urobRee ot .chool lots ___________._______ 100.00 during month ____ County Koad and Bridge I..ek..ld. \ my knowledge and '
New buildings __.________________._____. 1.766.6' Warranta rued ___.. .. TT___ .11 March 1. 1.1 due ._...___--_.__..1212114By pl, -__ OflAnnl 1..II.r.
.... :
1160 : :: :
= : : : : :
Rep.ln to building __________.______. 728.71 Halanoe. April 1. 1921 __-__ 1U9.45 amt collected ____..____......._._ 80996 r Ir 'od _ : : ... 41.26Ollle Wm. JOHNSON .
Furniture __ ___________.-------- 1,889,76ln.ursnce Dlltriot-N. f -- ) ._-.-_.___ .._.u__ 110 OOIVhhle CarmelAttedl r Cuhl..r. .

__ .-_____________-______ ______ '52." Unl.nee March" 1. 1921 .______. 87.67Reeeipta April 1, to bal due. _____.__._--.._1816.1.Wldow.'Pona. . Phlllliw do _____--_.-__-__ 27.50 :I O. W. ALDERMAN U.'
Tran.portatioD or pupiJa ._.______.____ __ 195.00 Fund Cecil Hall W II. I KK
Incldonta" for .cboo" __ ___________.v-------- 1828.81 Warrants during I.....>d. month__. ._ ... .60 M.rch 1. to ) du ________ _.16156 Johnnie Rim** do _________________.. 8075Klanrhe J. W. TOWNSEND, Director. .

E........ .t A..I..I.'ratiaD Balance April 1, 1921- _________. 18 ITiHdtrirt By .mt collated _-.?_..-_.____.__. 88.74 Edward dn __. _"_'___ 4880Rumle 1..r. and wnrn to before m* thl* th* *
8alsry of .u..r.DLeDd..L. 00.00 Reddl.h an .-___.__.._...,.. 10 00 6jh April mi.

P.r diem and mil....... m.mben of board ______.,--- 1'2.60Jnald.nta" Balance March 1. IBM No.____t._.__ 258.86Hecelpt April 1. to bal due .__.n_____ ___._147489Coanty F O Rebel! c ___._ -__..__...___ 12800Lucy JOB HILL WILLIAMS. ,
___ ____.._.. .... n6 on
for board and .perIDLeDd.D' ___._____. 7U... during Pchl I..ry -- ? Notary I'"bl.
month . 8.78
Prtnting __ _. __ ________._____. _____________ 292.11lnt.rrt Warrant "trued .... ---- March 1. to bal due ?___u___ __.8081298 Mr J .do nn_, -.____ 6600Ihirl.
__ __ __ ___________ ______ 1.81.08 Blnce April 1. 1981-- ._-----M 167.10 By amt collected .?-._____-.__._- 77490 1."t do ._____u_._..._..... 6600 BANK STATEMENT 3,
V O do ......__............. 6600
Borrowed _________.__ __.____ .___ ___ 8.00f. r.0Bonua Report of .
money u INitrirt "'.. T th condition of the Bank
OD time w.rranLa _.______________________ 1,600.00, 61.819.78Making n.l.nce March 1. 1921 ._---__ 9866 April 1, to bal due ___.--_______--___2068808 J Ida.Chandler Cram do do-_.____ ____,___........--__ 4126 6500 Rtarke. at Starke, In the State of Florida, o p
n. __
Keeelpt during month .....,. _. 1.71W.rnnta C..1 rail the clo*. of buelneaa April 8 19211 1
,
__ __ ? March 1, b.l .____ __ _.101900) B K Kelly d.... __?.._?______ 41.f6
d..llclt _________________ __ __ 8H.78..7'Cr. "sued ________....... ui Reeearce
Kell do __.___ _____.___ 4126
Nol a 'uvel" for luana (no warrant, __.?_____..--__-___ 17.718.81 Balance April 1. 1921 -.. ........ 100.80 By amt collected ..__..-,._-__-..__ 2900 F..I. Nel.on dn __.__ u_______.____ 7600W Logo.. on real e-.t-.te ___________. 82,41969
. __ ___._ .______.__ h
Cr. Tim. warnnu "la.ued (no warrant, __ 27000.00 District N.. 5R.lanr. L..n. cm collateral leouiltr other
Cr. I..Larevt coupon paid fno( warrant) __________________.____ 8a0do 611.0'8.87 March 1. 1921 216.72ltie AI.rl 1, to bal due ____?_______ 990.00 K Jcnkln.. Adding do _____payment_u_____?..___.__ 26 5600Burmien. 00 than real .I." ... .un_._. 17,86004

<*lpt* durlnir month .. ..._.__. Total 8." Scheal I All other loan and di.count ___
Laving deftclt ____________________-__.-_____._______ 98,77&11Wsrnota Warren hued" ___, .,.. March 1. to bal due ________ __646887 Edith Warren teaching. _...?___.._- 4875 o.rrart _. ._______ ___..________ 87.8n.1.
.TI. Drew Co ..__ n
-- _. _..._ ..
? ., 868
outatanding.Dee. 81. 1920. TI.... _-________________ 'S.G60.00 Balance April 1. 1921 -........... '18.11I1.lrl.t By amt collected ___....___.._.___. 219.10 A 8 Crew pupplle.legal advie---------------- Slit It.t.* land .._. .___ n___ 1426000 y
W.rreD\II ouut.ndrng 1_. 81. tu20. Cur..nt ______..__u_____?___ 1I0.6711.n 94.126.81 No. I . munlrlpalbnn.).. 4,00000
April 1, to bal due8b _._______:----8294.97 m Q Holland teaching -._.__.._ ?no 0' ano
-- --- : Balane March. 1. 1921 ...., ._. 90.86ltoelpa Jle Wll.on do ___ ._.. ____.. mono flunking . r..nltu. S.turea9,167.09
Jepovltoor, bal.Da. D..... 81. 1820 .____-______-______________ 81&16 during month .*__.?._ '.'1 Bhol .. Ingram do . _.-- _____-_____ 10000 Other rail eatat ....__________ 744.66
March 1. to hal .________ M.r u ? 1.l
Wnrranui l .ued __, .. d. -67..82 Du* from Incotiioratetl bank __._ _
4I.9KO KB
- By amt collected _.________ ., l-owg do c. __.____,.__._ 10000
Balance April I, 1921 -___ 107.61 28.10 dn ___________ __._ (Check and exchange far olrl"". 1,081 07
TAX DISTRICT
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OF REPORT OF SPECIAL 1.r. M..n.
RECAPITULATION 2.P Ca.h on hand __ _____ _
DUtriet _
N. _
10 1 7.78008Total
__ _
.. _
Balance April 1, to bal du* ______.____.____--B7I9.12a. ? ? .
March 1. 1921 _.___ 212.UK llrailrord. Co Slunk Interest _....._... 88 -- -
}FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Receipt durlnit month _....._?._ .80 W.Clerk ALDERMAN Circuit (" T B Plnhnlnler toachlng ________.-__ 87.60C.raee ) .________ nu__._ .t ,D86 06
Warrant iiaued .. ._......... "Drt . __ _
-- ?? Fneg do ______._. soon U.blt.
1 DECEMBER 31, 1920. Balance April I. 1921 ?..___.?-.-... 218.20 (S-al By e A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk. Eunice Hen do _-_. n______.____-_ 2760Fthel Capital clock 1.10 __________._.. 16.00000Nurplu

DUtrirt) Ne. II Jonra ___ _. .-u__. ___ 8260Fl ; fund -..---- -. 8.00000 ',
-- - I Ralanc March 1 1021 __.__.. 142.12Rnwlpu C Wlmherly l do ._ _______.___ 11260I t'ndlvlded profit (Irma .-I-and
during month ..-.._...-... 1172 PAID BT COUNTY rOMMISBIONERg A M.ckery do ___ u ______._. ... 6626 &... paid) ... ,n.. -.._......_ 1,70104
N W.rranta iraued 4876 JILL O.aral F..4 C R Rapp do . .__ ...__n..__ 6686 Individual rii'ixwll iiihjuct to h.k__ 86.785 4* ,
:= Balance April 1. 1921.---- 10518 Amanda Thoma.. pauper ..-....---.--..* 16.noMr "'..rl.. Jone* dn ... ___ ___n'_.__,. 6626F.llxaheth Tim. eertlncKte{ of d"|H.rlt ___._-._ 8.866 Oil
IHMrlrt N,< IIn.l.nae *. D. M Me Knight do .._____.__ 8 00 Cole dn ._u._._ nnn____. 64 P Certified' checka _. ___ .__... 4080 '
:F! F p March 1. llU ._ ________ 828.89 Nancy Conner do _._____.-....._. 8 00 J W Morgan Inrldental __n.n____ 8 ( ..hl..r. check outalanillng ___On 8HO,60 ,,
1'6'\ : Receipt during month .....____-.___ '.61 Martha Rlgg .......?________. 2.60t. Rarah V Wllliami t-aohlng __--__._-__ 6600 $* depoalt .... ._ .... 68.70956
:
:!I' a t Warrant hmtlitd --u..._ .. L. Hagan d_.__-._..___ 8 60 Hub flcho.1 II.hle llilU I payable _---- --:----::=: 7,60000TVital
JI! S! J! Balane April I. 1921 .-___-.-_...... 827.80 LL.Ie Hunter do. ....-__.._ 4.00 J P Adamson Intereat 1 .___.....u__ 444 -' .
...: S Pl.trtrt N. 12 Elliabeth Hunter _____._____. '.00 J D Adarraum dn 8 ______.__....... 860 __. ..____ .___._?___17.6Inl *if*
b .8 ; S! tal.nce March" 1. 1921 ____....._. 204 28 Warren d____.______-__ 8.00 J D Adnmon dr 8 -_ ___..___....___ B.66 State' of Fiorina. County of Bradford,
of: :a I p c! Receipt during month .............. S.40Warrant A(Tie H.n.d. d.._________.______. 100 J l> Ariam.on do 4 .........._ 4 68 1. Gen C. Whit, cannier of the, tow named
S! II Jp lanued ...?._ I..v Clark do ..____________ 1.00 J D Adam.nn do 6 ._- ___.......-_ 2.40 bunk, dn aolemnly *wear that the above .tatement -
.. JI a" :! 6.rt" Balance April 1. 1821.------._..... 20668 Hannah Harri do __._________ 1.110 J I Adamnon do 6 _____ ____ _ 2.41) I I. true to the' beat of my knowledge and

; 1 Dlatrlct N*. 14. Martha Wllkln.on do -._.-_____-__. 8.00 J I 1 Arianwnn dn 7 ._ __ n____._._ I. belief.
E j l.l.noe March 1. 1921 __..._.._ 128.19Receipt W N Newman -........--- __.____. 800 J I Ailam-on do 8 .u.uu...... 9.40 ...: .. III '" '" I during month ....._-_.... 441 Mr Nor a.wlln d do ...______?___. 1.80 J Adanuion do 9 _____ _n.n_ 1.'" CorrectAtteat Caahler. '
I JI c! JI! J Warren liuurd -.-..-._... 2004 Ruaan Kelley ....___________. 10,00 J D Adummn do 10 __ __.____n. 1 4OI 8; S. MAT'JW8.
b .. 'i a. 11 c5 Blnca April I. 1021 .....-...... l.60DUtriet Martha Qatlln do ..._0__..-..-...-.. 8.00 J I I Ailam.on d 11 .__ .n._____ 2,40I J W. r
.. I '" ,co pi N. II John Wright do ______________ 800 J I Adamaon ______u____._ 2.40I JOHN IIGLOW Director.
':: ... I ... 'Q" ,t.: t: ':f e:! :1 a Balance March 1. 1921 ...________._ '.A8 Wad Wynn do _____________. '.06 J I I Adanwon do 1.-_ ._____--___-._ 461 Ihll.orll" and .w..r to befor m* thl. the

fi e : .. 1$ je Qz Q Receipt during month _..._-...____. 8.01 J C Ro. do _-____._. ____.___. 6.00 J 1 Adamson do 16 --.-_._......... X.411 d Apri. 1921.
j f :1 'E / I J! 'E E .!I Warrant InHued ..-.--.. _________ 172.S0 J O Wil.m. do __u___________ 8.nO J Adamnn do 16 ____n.n_____ 410J I W. IA VF. I
1 8- 6 I I I b I v 6 t ;k. I:! Overdraft April 1. 1021 ..______. 168.81 EMI. H."lnbotbam do ...._________ I.ot D Aflum.on 01 17 _-.___n._..___ 11,4'1J .,
: : ni.trlrt Ne. 16Overdraft N..w.n -.*-_____.____. 5.1)0) 1 Arianumn 1 ... _........ t.40I VJ
1 32U.P2 11216''' 4x00 $804) 26'.0' Mrrh" 1, 1021 _...._...... 1.01 Martha McDonald. du .__..,_____-_? 1.00 J I I Adanuon do "_ _.___._.____._. 200I *
I 80.00 16.112 117.87 116.88 80.00 H.9, R..I.. during month .--.._._.. Alice Bryant do --_ ___ n._________ 1.60 I Adnmuin do 21 __ .______ 2 10 BANK STATEMENT
8 1287.8 86.00 1277.26 1'20.0" 1617.8' lU.IU Warrant lnued -__.......-..._. C Byrd do .....____. _______._ ',00 J 1 1 A danwnn do 24 _. ___u.__-.n-._ 8.8H Iteport of the. condition of the Bradford. ', r
192.78 82.00 78.00 70.17 1011 III Overdraft. April 1. 1921 --_-_.. 1.01 I, F Melvin _______. 100 J AHumiM.n do 26 __ ._________ 6 (4 County Bank at Rtarke .In the Male of .' .- ,
66.98 220 86 DUtrirt No. ITO."r.rt Catharine ( d do .",_.________.___ '.00 J Mnm.nn dn 27 __.___. ___.-___ 604 M.I .t the dim of bitalneaa AI.rl 2, 10211Reanurre t
: m:: .711' 16.12: U 180.03 March" 1, 1921 ._______ 10." Murgar "br.. du ..______t.._____. ..no J D A ilanmon do 28 __--. _._..... 8.40 *
7 1111.10 28.6 68.0' 181.62 Reeeipta I during month ...________ ,60Warrant. Willie M.r.n _____________ 8.00 J D Adamum do 29 _..__.__....___ 6.04Fllvm All loan. and dlacounta .278.087,1)5 W
8 117.fi6 7'.U2 40.00 88.60 140' indued -.- __ Jck do __n__________.. l.nn AI.rn.th teaching 7 __ u_____ 15 On Overdraft. iMmntrt and uoacarod._ 1.9In.11 1
9I I 88,1 I I I 0.1' 48.2 8'.113 Overdraft April 1. 1021 1..-.._, 10.88 Mr. N..U." do .__..?.._.-__.__ Carrie Holly do 8 ______.___.___. 82.60Mr. United State* 'land 1.MI '/
.
10 201.19 88.86 71.07 117.no 01.1 rtrt No. INOverdraft Mr*, 'lorn Iryal du ______ ,._-..___?. 6.00 ,. J C Dlgg du 8 u_____.__________ 72.60Dor fl. ..' county. and muniolp.l hoiuhu,.. .oil
11 69.66 89.17 18666t2 M.rch 1, 1921 _.__-._ 8000 Mr rinr.h Itlgdon do ____............ 6.00 In lw do 8 .___.___.__..____.... 7260llnule ) of other public .aervlc . .
828.96: m:: 97.00 43.88: 111.00 881.02 Receipt during month ..>..--.--..._ 1.68lt'.rrantI K.t. Cxillln do __n__..?._._... 8.00 Mcflrudrr. do ___________.__..-_ 82611 l"r.Unn. ___.__ ._ ___67,78470
16 11'.08 8.60 102.8 9.7 8 80 2n7.n kwwd ,. _.- K.l. Foamier do ....-_..._-..--. 8.00 Jee.le Thnma do I __ __ .__u__ 7280Mlhlreil War aavlng damp 160 oil) ,
l' 88U..9 18.88 100.08 217.60 128.12 18.ti8 119.811 Overdraft April 1. 1921. ..--....._ ,28.92 Jerry John do _._____h_____...-__ 800 Crtiehy do 8. __________.___ 7250 Storka of coriHiratlona. .- .. .-.. 60000
18 1.81 18.0C 115.77 61.28 10.00 10.111 81 .trirt N. II Carrie Allnrt do __._.__-n-n-_.... 200 Olive ly do I _________. ___u.______ 8260 Hanking houae, fu'.nl"' fixture.. ", '
I 18 711.2 107.11 90.00 77.88 116' Balanre March I. 1021 ___-__.._ 16.57Rreetpi Cottrell do .-..,-_.___ __...__- 8.10 H L Fowler Incld 28 ___ .-__--_ 400H Other real' eat.l _____ ._...-... n.761.RI
17 28.8U 611.87 79.9) 10.88 during .month ..-..._____ 1.68rraiitn ..1 llnrkowlta du --_..-__n-_.._ 600Agnn I. Fowler do 4 . __..___u___...__ 200 Due from Incorporated bank -_u__ f8.IK71 d
18 160.00 66.80 6U..6 6.9n 2.7& lM.OO W.. .bi.tiifd, -.............. Howard do _u..__-_-.___._ 7.60 8 8 Howling do 8 _ --__.____._ TOO (.h..k. and oorhmnpa for clering 2.n''I..1' '
19 11.10 86.00 82.68 211.87 11.01) Balance April 1. 1921 ,-._..... 1690IMMrlrt Uni-lnl Malphura do ...__ ____.__.. 8.00 .I (M.nnln., do II __---..___ 100 ( aah hnnI _. ._. 18.86.1
20 1111.08 1.00 18'.27 80.00 89.88 8.00 280.2 No. 8* K E Petty do u____.___.,_.____-_- 8.00 N 1' .on jnnllor 8 _.--__._____100 On y
21 168.87 226.11 88.76 9U8 116.711 Balance March 1. 1921 .__-_._._-- 262 60 Henry burial Ramond Domey.. 1600 N I Ty.im da 8 _____._._._n_...... 6000Hraitfnrd Total m.h____ .:466,70988 '
'21 HU.68 87.811 110.61 119.2 1110.00 81.116 '.67 Receipt during month -_-..*...* 8.87W..nlo A 8 ("Mlehol .u,. .. __.u.u____ ft.2 Co Bank lnteret __.__.___ 80,40Itmdford 1.I.hllll.
1'8 810.19 1188.26 .7..H2 .61.P& 1110.00 616.26 188.8 innid ..__.-____- Floyd (trenn..J p Inq Tom Binglelary. __ Co' Hank d. 2 ____...__.-_? .60llrnilford Capital tnrk palil, I. -... _. 26,011000Hunilua
94 196.111 102.0R 6.00 72.86 179118 Balance April 1. 1921 ____...__....... 170.87IIl0trt..t W J | do __....-__.___h.n_ 0.1)6) Co llenli do 1 __u______ .- I 16 fund _. .___..______.. 11.,0") ',
1'6 8.68 1008.16 1166.S7 70.00 790.U 1408.16 118.76 No. 21 J L 11.1..on.no"re'h.r do ...____.___. 17.rO J F Nlckl do 25 ____n___.. _.____._ ,n IlliillvluVd, i.' otlls1./ <.. *-|>enai.t __ 6,1291mImllvlilii
1'8 282.81 11.00 129.96 66.00 166.08 18.00 2"2.115 Balance March 1. 1921 __......_.?'228.04 R J JU. Inq Shed Kalllnuur I.2" r Robert I no.I! II .. ..__....... 118 *! tlwpoalu aiilijnet to check.!161IB* MN
27 82.011 116.00 186.6 80.00 98'92 24.422N Hrrirt. during month ..-.-.___ W H fcdward do nnn. ___ 120 WCWhIt'nCodoRl -__..n_______ ( ..II.r', chitrk o..n"I"1 _.____ IH68IKavlnga 1 ;
141.62 92.88 80.00 88.60 110.n :Ie'.Arii:; ....* ._. J Oodwln dn .........__n____ _.- 1.1 II T .Oo-l.x t..a hlng 27 .. __.-___ 611.100I don.lh ___-.2RR,1171,1.70:'
29 196.87 1.80 12..07 76.80( 1.lIn 24.14 R 1. 1021 -..=. 228..04 I J f, do .- ___-n_ __._____ W Whit Him Incld R --___.__ I.80 Hill)) pxyalile' _. 1..111.01) n
80 8'8 ".011 60.00 111.12 10.00 78.8H "Ratdrl N.. 22 I J M l.r.,1 do -___...-._______--_ I.E J W Morgan d" 8 __._ -_________ 2240 -
81 88.1H 87.81 26.00 10.8 6653 Balance March 1. 1921 ___?_.... 18 01Rt n"r .. ____.____________ Cecil IUII teaching 1 ______......... 1660 Total _-.__.- -.466,700,82 4l5
..uBipta, during month ....*_.....'_. 67.16 F I W..I. Juror Inq 1) -. 1.90 .I..hnnl.. Klim do 11 ______________ 7.76 Slat) nl MoriIn.' r".I\ Hrailford.. .*. l
728.28 3800.87l 186.6'2796.0 1002.261 4381.941 1110.00 180.00 77.60 aN678'Li4n17/0; Wnrrant Issued. ----.-...- W I..t"n. do ______.I.....lenn..t..._______ 1 a City Llvht plant 8 ____ _____. 1620 I. J, H lth., .' .r the nlKivofinmedbank. ti
Balance April 1, 1921 _...... 76.16IHntrirt I (i I P I'.r" do .._-._._____n__- -- 1 I.n. llmwn Inald 87 -._H_____.____ 7 n M....I."nl.. *v..e.r that the, ahnv ITtate.tni'tit 'BCplds
RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SCHOOL BOND INTEREST N.1t W F Oodv/ln do ______ _ I.I'O .. teaching t n.n___ 128 66IMIe la true to the liiit nf my knowli'dg. and

Halance March 1. 1921 ------_- 167.111 i,: M Futch do ._-_____________ __u_ 120 Weeet do I ___________. ...... 8000Kva belief.
AND SINKING FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY KacvlpU during month ______-___ 815.72 J A Allen do __._ __,_.___nn.U_ 120 : Wlilom. do 2 ___.__ "__'un___ 8000 J. H. IITr'l.
Warrant u,.urd -.._____._._.___-_ 811 .no I K K: Hurnry .. do -_ .-__._ 1 "0 A 111..n) mold I _____.____. 71 87 (orrnrl Attiwl. C'aahler.,.
DECEMBER 31 1920. Balance. April 1. 1021 ,.-_...______ 78.2 I. A Mrrdo ..It. 100 .I Wlggln do 2 -_-_.,___._._____ 186 I.. II ONO. '
lll.lrlrt Ne. 24 G W llrown do __ ._------------I_________ .- ._. 00 W, T. WrfKS: : ,
Balanre March 1. 1921 ________ 164.21rCertiipt I : K llurncy;; wit l lni| Shad llalllnger l 1.20 i N. T. ItIK Director.
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a" during month ...._..._..._ 6.40Wnrrnnl I It. A M.r do ..__. ..._________...... 1.20' Report of HANK the condition STATEMENT of RnlwcrliHiil mood awurn 'to lK I ''.'''.<1 ___-.._......_. D Bennett Br do --.________.___.__ I.10 i Mlnte the Hampton d..1 of April, Ilai -
Bank .t In the of
:! i! Balance April 1. 1921 -----_ 17068HUtrirt ".luValla llnlllnger do ____ __-__ __ I.00I Florida at the eln.n.mnton.e ... April elate 2, 1021Rnarc JULIAN L. Pr.FK.:
It) Po N. 21 i I Ad. llHlllnuvr do ___u ____._______n_ 1.0, (H.I) Notary Public. 1 r 1.u
; Balance March 1. 1921 ___.__ .. 8891 **
i! -- C Inq R D Bennett ___ ___
It Raiip j
.. S i d E Reeeipta during month ___ ___ 16.89 p u r Loan on real entate. _.u.,__.__.____ 20.67.49
-- J do 9
W kppernon ----- ------------- Cause InHuenzaLAXA1IVRI1KOMO
Ixmn
collateral other
1: a .J W..n. 1..1 ____.._______ on aecurity CJrip ant j qw
::: 'h n I llalllngar _____ 8 HOW .
.J"a C: R 11.1,0 J p Inn
SiI 00 fha th.n real .. ___ ... 5,12446 1.
Balance 1. 1921 .. .. 64 80 .t.t n. -
& 1: co I'! : .. ; .. April lll.trlrt-No. -2* --- ,J Kpnenon: dn -____._____.___. ".96 All other ".". dlrounta ___n_ 16,27704Overdraft QIONINCT'We11! .et I8.. !1
/: S .. E t W llaiKlun juror Inq Tom filnglctary 2 10 _. _.___ ._. ______ "6 In '.nut, l.iitri (In "'o'. "i"V > .
Balance March 1. 1921 ____..__ 206 68R I oI I'I.
C Con do _._ ________ 10 hr I !
I a!! ...: o 1 8 !t 1: <..rlpt* during month ..._._..._... 1.74 L E Mfweley d"- _un_._._______.________ 1110 United Banking) Rtatmi.,bond furniture_,._fixture. ___._ 4.60000 HII8( NH / I'"'t"i, ''. ,.. '" "' I.'J 1 '
1 c J Warrant fanned __. I h..
:: u M..VM.K.Balanc u B do ___ __ __ 1.90M ;
J l s ,l E j r April 1. 1921 ?_.__.._____ 208.42lllKlrirt I. T TomllnMin W..r do nn____,______ __-.__ I.85It Ch Due; from on hand Incorporated____ bnk_. __._. 14. "6 6 NOTI'F OF MAMTFK'H HALE '"

S '" .. a8 :! N. 2T H Cox do ____._-____?._...--....- 1.01 2.1I1.fT.I.I fly "Ir'u. .r a decree of for..l..0.s and
Overdraft March 1. 1921 ........... 19.92Receipt Horace Fomyth do __ ___ ______ ale) rend.rrd In the Circuit of the
< Fw I Court
C ;em 1.1'1 . ____ ... _.._____
: _
.. .. - .
during month .. .
...: a. 0.t; I * n A Clark du wltnt-w --._.___.._____. lnOI n8.MI..1 Mvhlh Judicial' Circuit of llrirlria, for Krad- J '1
a8 3 I (0- -. UarrantH ,IpnuedOverdraft -.- _.._ C Holllngiworth do 100I Capital .lock paid l.hlt._ 1500000Hiirnlu ford cnnnty, ftir the Hon. H. A. ThraMher.JuilK. .
.. S ; April 1. 1921 -___-_ 111.91 I A Green ln.anlty .n. 2 00 of amid court, day of
I o = : : m-o-- fund _____n... .__- 80000 : t tI.
'" rlct N.. 28
:I: i 1 I J t.n: do "h__ :026 March. A. I). 1921, Richardle
: Undivided profit tlm > andtaxe :
*
Balance March 1. 1921 _______._._ 8..19Jtuc..i"UO ipeni Inthf. o
'- L HiKin, do ... 2.HOW eomiilalniint and ft. Kin: t
I I I ??----- ------- paid) ____ ___ .____ __ 21064 0.
I I ___ ./S h
] fl! during month -.1. F MnldU'ton, do .-.n _.___ .n_ Ifl Individual dopo.ll. luhjvet In check 88,4HO.40 trr and ,f. W. Alvarpx. .. 1.
i I I.e' ,1.i Wnrrantf t..".... __ ________ __._ .
Jif u u W W llahden do _. -- I.nl Time of 17,07469 fipnclal Maet .. atipolnuid to carry out *alddi I
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.!fa :I ; az Balanc April 1. 1921 -_ ..." Telegraph ...I"n.r eo Judge _____u_ 12110Telegraph .. .n.II..t. .. d"I1. ____ 812 64 re.i will I ofTcr for hale and Miill at puhll I t e
I : : c5 I 0 I.ll 5 01 I lll.trlrt, No. 2* report etc .. --_.____. '.00 ehok. outcry: for each in the hlirhiwt and wet bid
tub
m Balance March 1. 1921 ___..__._____ 1." ,
fixing fence _____..._ 2011' _ di r, at the front door nf the eourthmM laj 1
'h.m. _
8 28.I.2U: 4570.18 80000. 87.501 2148.8216.60 011.61 811000. R .631 6769 1876.1) l It. plds. during month __.____.wWenanM M.llo. work at __ ______ *.on total h. n nl.AI..1 of (: .nl,.
I 8000. 1141164RH6 I.nd AI". j.1 n Btat of Florida, County nf Bradford. 11. .1. 1..k. 1..do.d .
21168 2(966 ) ___ FI.rld..lrln.
118219 BOOO. Mooed. _ .
22 \ n ,, do ._____ ___ 620un.umer .
_. u _- I. A. A. Futch, cackler of the lw n.n..dhnk.
v th
> 10.
28 229.62, 6'60.20 16000 86 474 10 16000. 46 2052 Balance April 1. 1921--.. -.-_..-__ 242.84 ( Lumbar Co lumber at __ 10 68fl .
/ dn Holemnly tht the shove .tat.
26 1822.66 1000. JBB2. 844.56 11000. 2026.61 ni.lrirt N. 10 J.I __ .w.. MONDAY, 'flP( BlirONO DAY OF MAY
W Alderman pontag and 7.00
1112.751120:16.1818.000.00: "8TouT"S509.83| 275.60f201 .<8t4000| 87.60 8525 1H| 237 16 Balance March 1. 1921 ..___-......- 78 14ttecplpta fUarke Phon* Co phone rent .1._ __.___ 6.10 & .true b> the heat of my kntiwleilwe andbelief. the *.m_ iMtfnr A.the I>. first 1921. Monday In aid!

during month *...-.-__ fl.01 John Mck Janitor ____________ ____ 8600
n A. A. PUTCH month, the land
_ __ ._ following
I".rranlm __ _
I..d
u reglntratlon ___. 2000 drl" .lu.t
C A Knirht .upvr .
.
AND LIABILITIES Correct AtUot ( .hl.r.OIRTIJ lylnir and talntr In
ASSETS Balance April 1, 1921 ....__..____. 76.10 R T Ihiwlmg 1 day com and mlleag .__ 6 40Sill Mi-DONALD. ..wlt 1..lor" ,, n.rld.
Ill.trlct Ne. 81 ----- - ------- .
Assets Balance March 1. 1921 ______.. 42,ISR IIRI'IN. The South Half (81-2)) of flouthwmt Quart v
--- H William dn _..____.___n_____ 880 R R. I v
.*ee'ptM iltirini month -.-.- ----- f M Brownie ._._______.n_____ 480 8ub.erihed and JOlN" rl .m..thl. th. ISWI-4)) of Southeast UuarUr (SB1-4I of
Warrants IMIUH ..... __ d .wnr t b.r. Swllon Thlrty.four ((84)). Tnwn.hlp Mix 8) r
Fund - C A Robert. do ._.t, _, ... 740n <
School 8th of April
General -- day ,
Blnce April 1. 1921 ._.-_... 48.8* I W Alderman r..urding order etc .. 776Drew 1821I.I. W. ALDF.RMAN. I ICI..k Knilth, RanK. Twenty-two (22)) Eat
8.8.48 ,April 5. 1921.PRtf81 Co uuppll..lurk . 284 i Also Th.. Northrant Quarb-r (NEt-4)) ofNurthwmt
Balance .h In Uni ,lt"ivUncollecUd - u--- - ----- --- nf the Court, Bradfurd County, 1
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e* .., eurrrnl ._ ._ -- .-- _n.__.83,676.10 'n (O"NTY.8TIITF. + W J feppereon 1 day with board ...... 400 CI..ul. I Uuartrr (NWI.) of Section "h.
year -
t." -- OF FIXWIDA. <8))1. luwnnhip (7) South of ICanire
H..n
Carrie Albert rle .___,__ 100
hnriliy panty. that the' '.......nl... .b*.. I F. W Have window pauper ahado* ..__-_-_. 6 60 HANK STATEMENT Twenty-two (22)) Fiat wf r

Special Tax Districts min 'if tho TtrecTptand riiiihurBemunt- nf t'nderwood' Typewriter Co. machine __ 72,60 of condition of the Pi. M. JOHNS
the fund of Ilradford County for the monthof n.1 th. 1..wtV II. Special Mauler In
City Light Plant light and water ... 48 94 Ch.ne.r.
In the rHato .'
._. : .. 1.9S' 90' i at Lawtey ,
._ l.nk. I.ONO
".IRn_ earh In dfpmltory -__-- -- ---? - March. 1921. I I. true and eorrect to th 0'1' WALTON.Hnlleltor '
,
_
)eer _._._--_. ..._.-- 9.008.74 beet of knowledge and hellef I of b.ln. April I, 1921 fur 4-l-5t-4-2* ?
my Total ?._...__ J _.__. 687.81 Clm'r.I.ln.Dt
wSTKK bond ?"i- Includlne Into..t and .Inklmg__ 18.7.2- .88Vncollectod H. B. WIGGINS.Ru..rlnl.nd..nt O W Ald.rln.n I mont----------__.... 111.01 loanu R.o.__.___ .__.
___-_______-_______ of Public In.tructlon.NOTICa o.I.tat 1.26N.24L.n.
Walker Evan Co ors book o ;Jung on ) aecurlty other.
66
taxi"fncUrdlnir"ctiiTent .__. _______._ 6.216 .I.t..1 NOTICE TO RELA
year -, .
) TIVE ETC
N D Wainwright advance tax aueor 100 real I ___? ._nu.n__ 2,97862
: Or ELECTIONS () W Alderman Indexing 718 inatrumt 104(8R All other. loan.and dlicount .____ 9HOverdraft The next of kin to the (. . Roale.
Tots. __ __ ._ _._-_u_ ,______________.__________. _u____ M'9MOLiabUities By the power veated In tom by the' aeHoollaw W Haye. com tax ollecte >-_-_. 206.66 _ _.... ._-. ____,_.__. 20,7811 62R.20 .Mid. '.t of Bradford County Florida, !

P ef the .tata nf Florida the Board of Halted 8..t.born" _____._._._. 4.8HO.00 and all creditor of *.10 able and all other
Pnhll Inatrurtlon. of Bradford County hereby Total ..__.___...__._________ 421.02 Banking hou*., furniture fixtureVunl.67 whom It may e.n..m. will plra. *. take aotlne ,
order an election to... held In the followingapecial Wldew P. uion rand Other. reel eelat .. _.______ 286 { that on April 19 A. U. 1921, I will I gopoIn1
General School FundW.rranla I Unit School Dtotrict. on fUttirri- Mr.. S.lll Klnckwelder allowance ____ 1000 II.e from Incorporated bank .n._ 7.0U'7) a erod tor bf amid eetaUi or eoma fit per 4
April 16th. 1921. for the lID....... of electing' Mr Nanle L Varn-a do ____ __ --. 10.00Mr Other ra h Item - ..__ 6H6,66Ciwh men a* .Imlnl.trto. of sold eetaU In the ahenee '
outntandlnir for current -.penw ___ _______.______ ___u 86-OflOOi 110.57697Tim. three '.....1_ and to determine th* amount of Mill 11. Rek. do .-_ ___-_____.. 1400 on hand 9,11X6,92 next of kin to apply for cmthani
warranU ouUUndma. --.._-_ .- _____. -- mlllag to be ..**..<. Mr Jowiphln. McNeal d__ _n____ 6 00Mr olnlmentthe ald eetata having been t''i,
Note given for payment of furnllurr ._._n___ -.- 8.66000 For the' punme* of holding the ...., election" Honor( C Crew do ----- h.n_ 800 Total _ __.____ ______ .. to be IniUthtod. god deeeaned having
In Dhtrlet No.1. Theree.., the following' Mr M.ggl Browning d ______ __ 1000 811.11.81 rmld I :l In rlradford County Florida, to time
Special Tax District Funds manager h.v.to appointed t M. Hall H. I Mr l> P Chewer do ____u________._ 1000 Capital clock paid l.bit._. ... .. 16,00000Undivided of hi nth. and all known moots of old '.
E. M........ O W. HI........ I Mm l.lnxl Mhadd u_._-------- 800 prnflu (Lee! xfM'ne aniltaxni t.L.In. .Ito"d In the ..10 Bradford eoun. ,
W.rranl. nutatandinv. .: ____ ___ .___.______ 8.167.82 For the pu,.".... of holding the laid .1_.... Mr M.r Jan Kit do _nn_._?- 8 00 I paid -. .._ ..- --_ 868.8O y. "I.rd. i
.. __ __ .. __ __. U.noo.oo __ _______ 1200 R. A. GREEN
Bond outatandlnv __ __ ___ on u *" In DtatriRt No. 8. Hampton the following Mr I.li.le John ._ .nn Individual' depoulu uhjeet ta check 08
Warrant ouuttandln bond fund u No. 8 ______--_____--.______________ 8760 manairer have been appointed II. W. Watter. I Mr Martha Anderson d __n__ BOO Time attlflnte* of depolt _... 26.H/I County Jude. Ilradford County, Rtu> of j
r -- on, I. B. H.ll. 1. R Hodge Mr K L Dean do n______________?_ 8.00 ('ahler'R cheek outstanding __. 1.10.11. Florida. 8l6t4l.

Total) ._ ___.__n___ .--.."""___ 182.022.11 For the pnrnne* of holding the .Id election Mm lunMti Denmark do _no. ..____ 10.00 Having di-poiilt _._ .._. ____ 9.60809
- In DI.t.et: No. fl, ,. ., following Mr Alma L McMillan d_n_______-_ 500Mr BUI payable n_ NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
SCHOOL PROPERTY ".n.K." have |t.. .Ch*** U.I.. P. H.I d______._n_____ 8.00 .0".10 Two month after. tlaU I will p-eeont ,
VALUE OF _______ ... 800 .nr ,1
rey J. T. And. Johnaon. Mr Ole d n.n Total -. 66,11116X0 my and final) account to th- Honor .
For th* porrioan of holding the .I" letlon Mr Fh.J Hill d_____. ________. 00Mr Rtat of Florida, County of Itr.dford. t .hi. ..h.. County Juila of llradfnrd
General In Dbtriet No. 14. Pin. Grow following .bal Argils d. _.__________.__._ BOO I I. J. W. Barber, cuhler of the .hv..named f and 0... be dUeharKd etwe. t
manager have been appointed J. W. Wllklnnon Mr l.iixl'. Tompkins ,__ ___ 1000 bank, do ftol mnly. that th Coun&l. ,.
___._ (25,00000/ d- un Mwnar atate- _tate of Mr. Uu *n l Itoed 8a.t..n.
th
ftehont houe and lot --. -'' _____"_ ._"_._ -____-_ 4500000 L.wl H.rr. R. D. Oriffla Mr Laura Wllkamin d_.____._-,... BOO ment I I. true to the bent of my knowledge and d. :. .
""hool'.lt..... _.._ ". For th Prevail do .. ..._..____.._ 6.00 ..
holding ald Hena
_____ .. 6 OftO.00 purprMe th* elation Mr belief. thin Ill'nil' day of F'-hniry.. A. I).
.._.
School anperatu .___ ... ....._____-*-_.._______..-.-__ -.-- 5,00000 In nietriet No 16. Rli'ng. the following mn.ager Mr I'earle Jone do ....__ -.___. 600Mr W BARBER l.ter. .
Other. __. .. _.________ """-- "- ---- _.__. _... _. A..t'J. t'
arhool pror"" __. *- -- _. have been appointed t Lju>y Vn.rhl. l.abella Lang do 600 Correct Caehler H J STEWART
.. 1.DOG.on i. M. Brownie R. H.llop. I. HILL of the Etat of Hunan nVed fat-
Total -. -- -. ____ __n .__.-.___.._____--_ -- -- -- For th* purpoM of holding th* ..ld eUctlon Total ._.__._ ..__ __---__.- J. L II IIARRELL. r..r t. 1.II.t.-2 t



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4 BRADFORD COUNTY TELE<;R 'PH.iTARKF./: FIOKIH4 "FRIDAY APRIL 15. 1921.
PAGE FOUR
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" tl : sity Pifris, with nothing except her salary as teacher to dep>*i'd beam plow and a disk harrow or cut. to Chapter ;992. Lass of Florida, creatingPrtcial

t 1 f iralf fr l (gmn.tijHM urtq rapid upon for unselfishly she did not patent her discovery but gave it ter. Disk down all the trash on the Two in Bradford Road and County Bridge, Florida District do Number berebyrive ,
I! to humanity. I farm then plow it under and make notice that an election' will be hoIn.
Special/ Road and Bridge District Number
up beds and are ready for 1 Bradford Florida. the
your you wo County on Flint
j The things in America that Mme. Curie desires most .... .
the Post Office at to see Tu. In June A. D. ml, the .me belnrr
Matter at planting. Or root it
Published Weekly and Entered as Second Class you can over Seventh thereof. for the
day
the purpose of
$ riorida. | are the Grand Canyon and the Pittsburg plant where radium is I with the little plow cut and cover .Irrling thro member of the board of bond
; Starko j ... .
tnuu. Ono receiving1 the hiiche.1 number
d i manufactured commercially. and take what Lord Bends
!. the good of vote. In .aid duttriet for a term of three
'(.r The Pittsburg plant produces radium by refining ore from you in the way of a crop. But wait. yam ; one. rocelvinir. the next hlgheet. numberof "
___.Editor and Owner. I vote in paid district for a term of toYuan
}.. E. S. MATTHEWS.-- 1 southeastern Colorado. Its output for the entire year 1920 was Ill show you. Can you afford to buy ; and on. receiving th* next hiflrhntnumber ,
'I' good outfit? of vote. In aald district for a term
;i about eighteen thimblefuls-but it was worth $2,160OQO. is of one year, .Id term to begin on th. not
1 ... A strange bird alleged to have been killed on the west coast | Oh, yes I guess J can foot the bill day of July A. D.. 11)21 or .. won thereafter
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j Largely this was used for medical work but can thank he may qualify.IN
'. resembled an ostrich in shape and size, except that his bill contained j you j for what we need. What other tool | TESTIMONY WHEREOF -we have b.._
i Mme. Curie when tell time at night by a radium-illuminated hand
l you will I need? unto IO't. our at our regular meeting
.. a 160 large and sufficient teeth. If this bird was not the'limpkln" ; In Starke. Bradford County, Florida, thl. the
it i watch dial, when you hit the radium-illuminated keyhole with Well, this year you can get along :j 4Ol day of April A. D. 1921. '
that bothered Florida legislators a few :years ago, 1 C. A. KOBERT!' Chairman.
of your key, or when yousnap, on an electric light by means of the (with what I can help you) with one i .1. M. BROWNI.EE,
may probably be classed with the "rocs" and "stymphalides" 1 plow disc mules, H. H. WILLIAMS
1 radium-illuminated switch button that shines in the dark like a cultivator wagon j
H. P. OAINEY.
.I ancient fable. But if it is true that such birds exist then they lighthouse lantern on a black and stormy night. 'Harness, hoes rakes and some small I S. T. DOWLINQ.Atteet .
;' should be domesticated in Apalachicola and taught to break open tools. I can lend you the balance you ta.
Mme. Curie remarkable scientists, the county welcomes you. W. ALDERMAN.
:.j I oysters. will need this year. I Clerk. 4-..tt-t-a

---- Where will I find these things T

1 MISSING BALLOON FOUND Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Dowling, of Why I told you DeWitt C."Jones I NOTICE OF ELECTION .
K A child is born in the neighborhood. The editor gives the loud Raiford were guests of his brother Hardware Store at Starke will fur- j BE IT KNOWN That .... .. member of

1 1. lunged youngster and the happy parents a send-off and gets $0.00. Pensacola, April: The'finding: ; of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dowling Friday. nish you with everything but the j i I the for Board Bradford of County County Commlaaioner.florid In pursuance In and

and the editor gets the naval balloon A- mules and maybe he do that. You to Chapter 791)0.) Law of Florida, creatingSpecial
It is christened and the minister gets $5.00 604. missing Wesley Andrews and family of : can Road and Bridge District Number

$0.00. The editor blushes and tells a dozen lies about the beautiful ! from the air station here with five Lake !Butler were guests of his brother never can tell what he has up his I .On. in notice Bradford that County election, Florida will be do held hereby In

4 and accomplished bride. The' minister gets $20.00 and a piece men since March 22, has not explained Friday.FARMERJROWN. sleeve. We'll try him for luck. Want i Itlve Special Road and an Bridge District Number.
the i On., Bradford County Florida on the Flnt.
of the balloon's
mystery night a good pair for cash? ,
I
1 of cake and the editor gets $0.00. In the coarse of time she dies ; Tuesday. In June, A. D. 121. th. ...... being
: over the gulf nor the fate of the mis Everything is cash with me and ( the Seventh day thereof for th* purpose of

I the doctor gets from $15.00 to $100.00. the minister gets perhaps sing men, naval official said tonight. want the best. I electing mute... three On.member receiving of the the htfrheat board of numberof bond. .

another $5.00, the undertaker gets from $75.00 to $200.00 the The wreck of the balloon was found ; Let's all go to town tomorrow. Ill i vote in said district for a .term of thra.raer .
1 one receiving the next higheat number
I editor prints an obituary two columns long and a card of thanks floating in the gulf 'about fifty milesdue'south take my team and Samantha will go of vote in said district for a term of two
of Panama City and 26( 1-2 See what a fine shortcake Mrs. along with wife what yean I and on. receiving th. next hlgtuet
to out
and gets $0.00. No wonder so mapy country editors get rich. Have j I your pick number of vote. In sold district for a term
.. miles southwest of Cape San Bias at Brown has made for our dinner and you want and if we don't find the vf one year, said term to begin on th. ant
; you paid your subscription Exchange.. 7 o'clock Friday night but it was 7 | she brought over this nice jar of mules you want then you take my day he of may July qualify A. D. mil, or a. .oon thereafteraa

o'clock this morning before the fish cream. Won't we have a treat, and mule and wagon and po after the IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF w. have hereunto .

UNSUNG' HEROES ing smack Electra sailed into Panama | all these fresh vegetables! Cabbage, other things Ill bet DeWitt C. Jones Btarke.Bet our Bradford hand" County at our Florida regular, this meetingIn the.

City with the balloon aboard. new onions, string beans' beets. Oh will, have in a dozen pair of mules ,tn day of April, A. D. lU21.
The basket was about eighteen feet I can hardly wait. Do hurry up. for you to pick from. If he docs not 1.C. M.A. BROWNLEE ROnERTS Ch.l..n.

We very seldom hear of any officer of the law being praised under the surface, according to the Set right down Mr. Brown., Looksto have what you want he wilt call up H. H. WILLIAMS,

1 for his courage and devotion to duty. Indeed, the mead of praiseis captain. The fishing schooner sighted me we are letting you furnish all Jacksonville and have it down for you 8.H.T.P.DOWL1NQ.OAINEY
the balloon about a mile distant the dinner. I hardly know where to first drive Attest:
so infinetissimal till such men are astonished and incredulous if train or out into the woods 0. W. ALDERMAN.
but took it first for another smack in bsgin. Let me help you.What's and good of mules Clerk 4-8-8H-I
get
you a pair
it comes, having been like others, brought up in the belief that
distress. On closer however
approach -
r ,I i this7 New potatoes and while some fellows would be standing
I ';. only soldiers can perform heroic actions. the derelict was recognized as
peas 7 Well, I declare! around scratching their heads won-
'. Yet sheriffs their deputies and policemen unhesitatingly and the missing* balloon and was taken on I Here Mrs. Brown have some poI dering if it would pay. Don't have to BUY GROCERIES and FEEDat

f'' unostentatiously take their lives in their hands whenever called I board. I I totoes and you Mr. Brown you pass holler at him to make him up. He's WHOLESALE PRICESWe

:. upon by duty to do so, often for very trifling causes. They frequently I Jay Alderman has been in Starke the bread to Mrs. Bradley while I Johnny-on-the-spot he is.
alone and the want to capture generally 'i pass around some of the vegetables.Got ..11 direct, to you, saving retailers praliU nt
go men they are during the week visiting his parents, PETITION FOR El ECTIOV
being out of high rent district cujoa save
$ desperate and have every advantage of the officers. Of late years Mr. and'Mrs. G. W. Alderman.. I 1 so many you will have to comeback To of the Bradford Honorable ConntyrWe Board of Public Iiutructlon ml
I more than once or we will have the undi'mlirncd patron* of Mrnnnrn monty
the latter have had added to their duties the capture of moonshiners .
'f reboot, hrrcby :
to twtit on your honorable Itody
get more plates. This is like September JUST A FEW OF OUR SAVING SPECIALS
AGRICULTURAL to call an rlrctlon to mtnhlliih lub-dlltrict
CENSUS a
in their fastnesses and the bandits who automobiles
swamp use l dinner in the north. out of the follovinit territory

A sheriff is but a man and like oahcr men feel that' certain FOR BRADFORD COUNTYThe '1 And can we have a garden in the Range Section 19 Kant 12 :and Section.13. township 6. 8, 7. 8.5 17.South 18 Oat Corn $1.90 2.10

criminals deserve lynching; yet through his sense of duty he will fall, also? I and Wet Half of Nnrthwmt Quarter and .9
1 director of the census announces Southwest Quarter of Section II and Went Halfof Larro Cow Feed 3.30
"-i, when possible, prevent such occurrences by removing threatened I Ii subject to correction the following I time.Sure Work can, if, you time work and and fertilizer have the is Eut.(3lned Section. 18 In townnhliiB South Ranire. 20 I Blue Rose Rice 4.50

' i: prisoners to safety, or determinedly defying an angry crowd at : preliminary figures from the cen- I what it takes here. We have always I ) J. F. J1YK98I ! Grit Airolite Brand 2.30
J sus of agriculture for Bradford county Corn Moal 2.30
; the risk of his life. |had plenty for the last 30 years and C. HODGES.
C. J. MOORE:
Florida
: . 2.75
'I' They have no officers to urge them on to :glory" are not surrounded (then some. I P. P. KERCE Beet Pulp
.Farma and Farm AcreageJan. J. U VARNES Full 0 Pep. Scratch Feed. 3.00
;.'; by comrades and glittering arms; they are urged only by Apr I Mrs. Brown won't you serve the J. B. now LI NO. " Mach 3.75F.

"; duty. They work for small pay. If they succeed they get no 1 15 i i short cake, and oh, this delicious J.J. W.J. BRANNEN.MOORE. O. B. JACKSONVILLESend
'1 cream I It makes my mouth water. M. L. ADDISON. 4-8-41-4-29. for Swing Price U t and .1.!...
: 1820 1910 Money
praise ; if they fail the yare condemned and ridiculed. It seems pct. I wait until
Mother you just next I deiirvd.
.: that we confer so much glory on our soldiers till we have none left Farms Operated__by-_u_ 1,286 1,587 JO.') (; year. We.'ll: have a big bed of them BE IT KNOWN.NOTICE OP That ELECTION we. .. member of DANESE I quantity EED & GROCERY CO.

!?i I for the heroes of civil life. Whites ___h 1,009 1,290 14.8 and I'll buy a cow. Then we'll live! th.for Board Bradford oT County County Commhwlonen Florida, In pursuance in and 636 W.Forarth SL J.ckoo.ill.
Say, Mr. Brown is it too late formo
Colored ...____ -187 297+ 37.0 ,
to this I
grow crops year so can
,,1' F THE STATE FARM Operated by- : -
:ji Owners andManagers | have something to sell?
Sure, you can put in sweet potatoesand '

I We are in receipt of the sixteenth biennial report of the prison I Tenants __ ._ 1,048 238 1,132 455 47.7 7.4 sugar cane. Ill show all about THE PACKAGE GROCERY

,. division of the state agricultural department. It is a very com Land in that and I have plenty of seed .for

" 'I" plete document showing the values of the various properties at farmsTotal I both of us. JACKSONVILLE, FLA

the State Farm receipts and expenditures, number and disposition acres 134,608 134,884 0.2 All right, Mr. Brown; 1'rs, from Get your name on our mailing list to receive our SPECIAL ONEY_ SAYING :

;' of the prisoners, alLother interesting statistics laws bearing Improved acr Farm 59307 Values 54,255 9.1 You Missouri will find but me willing pretty to green be shown.In this PRICE LISTS as they are issued.

on prisons and prisoners and suggestions for changes and WE CAN SAVE YOU FROM 10 to 20 cent article
f \ '. some Value of land and buildings: kind of farming. What kind of tools per on every you bay

',' I : '. : improvements given by Mr. Mcllae, the commissioner of agriculture January 1, 1920 ..____._$4,13C,335 will I need to get first from ni; ave you all middlemen' profits and when dealing here

,:,; ,q in his usual level-headed and fearless way. April 15, 1910 _____.__.___$2,014,490 Well, that depends. You can do as you buy at WHOLESALE price Case or. broken lot*.

I .. The State Farm was started in 1915. It was literally hewed Increase 1910-20 most of the crackers here do, that is, A FEW OF OUR REGULAR
if your 'means are limited get one PRICES
out of the virgin forest by Captain D. W. Purvis the first superin Amount .._uhu.u$2.121,841Per
<', , cent ._:.._.___........ 105.3 mule a chain harness and a little
I ; tendent. It comprises over 17,000 acres of land, has a railway Domestic Animals plow like your man left for you or Green Mountain Iri.hPotatoes $1.00 Lemons, fancy stock, 18c

f connecting with two of the large railway systems of Florida Jan. 1'" Apr 15 get two good mules and a good iron SO Ibi.Gold dozen

.. twelve residence and public buildings and fourty-four factory, 1920 1910 Medal Flour Onion.
5 60
barn and stable buildings including two large silos. The build Farms reportingdomestic I. 98 Ib. aack 10 lb. 30c

; II ings are valued at 90215. The live stock and poultry are valued animals __ 1,265 1,491 NAPIER GRASS Rice, fancy Blue Rote 1 1.00 Campbell' and Kilter'. Pork
j Animals reported: Pennisetum 25 lb. and Bean, doz.Sugar .. 1.08'
at 81138. ( Purpurum)
Horses ___uu.. 1,246 1,604
, I ,I Everything is getting along so well at the State Farm till Rfules __________ 1,187 749 ---- granulated 2 25 Seal Brand Coffee
.Extract from Agricultural Station 25 Ib.. 1 1.10 1
I.... there seems to be no regrets because it was not located elsewhere Cattle __________19,733 24,877 Bulletin. 3lb.tinLibby's

and the institution is now so well fitted for its purpose and the Sheep ____1.__.__ 205 S3 I, No. 1 Corned Heart'. Delight Corn
Swine -_________21.253 28,304 Beef. ,dozen 1 1.68 No. 2 dozen 1 1.10 1
improvements are so valuable that it is sure to remain at Raiford. DISTRIBUTION AND HISTORY
Goats u__________ 3,573 3.491!
Except as an advertisement, Bradford county has reaped no profits The figures for domestic animalsin Smoked. Bacon 2 40 Bolo Peanut Butter
Napier grass is a native of tropical 12 Tin 2 lb. tinHame. 50c
on account of including this institution within her boundaries ; 1910 are not very closely comparable -
Africa. The Rhodesian Departmentof
+; to the contrary, the county lost the taxes on the 17,000 acres the with those for .]920, since the Agriculture has the distinction of Ib. better Brand 34c C ned Apple, gallon 60c

first few years, until Senator Andrews and his co-workers restored present census was taken in January having first introduced it into cult! tin

to us this benefit. As it la, the area including the most valuable before the breeding season had begun vation. This was about 1910. In 1913 .
while the 1910 census was taken in 2.90cAll
Milk
buildings and the personal property.are exempt from county tax. April or about the middle of the the United States department of agriculture Eagle dozen

I But indirectly the State Farm has been of much benefit to our breeding season and included many country. first Here Introduced it promises it to into be this valuable orders filled Ian e day received. Onr unusual facilities enable u* to

farmers as it is virtually an experiment station, where new crops spring (calves colts,,etc.
for planting in the extreme give you high grade goods at prices much lower than you can get
and processes are tried out and the work of modern tools demon Principal CtnP8Acres Quantity South, including the entire State of elsewhere. We sell broken lot at .wholesale prices.

strated. It is one of the best managed farms in the country. The Corn 1919 :____29,314 294,805 bu. Florida and a strip extending as far THE
efficient management under Superintendent Blitch promises thatat north as Central South Carolina PACKAGE GROCERY
Corn, 1909 _____20.981 249,143bu.
no distant day the institution wil Ibecome self sustaining. Oats 1919 _____ 1.016 12,326bu. Southern portions of Mississippi Tex- 239 W. Adams St. Phone 3296 JACKSONVILLE FLA.
and ,
also
ax Louisiana portions of
Oats 1009 ___u 2,161 23,3581m.

Hay, 1919 _____ 721 1,093 ton California and Arizona. Work withit .. _
A WORTHY REQUEST
h
: first started the Florida
was at Experiment -
___ _
Ray 1909 805 828 tons
Station in 1915. Since that
Potatoes, S 1919 1.377 139,461 bu. I
'.. The Telegraph has never been in favor of "drives" except Potatoes S 1909 765 94,460 bu. tlm6 it has been grown cooperativelyor I

I those that were necessary for the country's needs, as drives mean distributed in small lots for plant Lumber Prices !
Reach
in
nonsoN ing many widely separated sec Low Level
the employment of innumerable sinecurists who may grab a largo tions of the state '

portion of the contributions. But there is likely to be one drive a Dobson April '15.-G. A. Johnson Analysis From Station Bulletin You and' *

month or two from now, which we shall favor and hope the best Johnnie Hurst were business visitors Napier Grass. Green can now buy direct from our mills save $10 I

for., The recipient is one of the greatest inverters of our day, and to Lake Butler Saturday, _. Water ___-----..._.___..._...65.84 to $15 1 per thousand on your complete house bills. I

if we give her the means to work with she find 'out a way We are sorry to report little Wll- Ash _---.-_-._.__._...__.. 2.68 !
l may lard Johnson on the sick list this week Protein ___.____._____.._._.. 3.68 Before buying send bill
that will, at last cure that dread scourge the cancer. Such inventors Johnnie Hurst George and John I Fiber ___________._.__.__.__i3.24 us a carpenters of r lumber required I

'' and successful' experimenters are only produced once in Mikell of' Olustee attended services I Napier Grass Hay and let us quote prices delivered and save you i

two or three centuries and the world must make the most of Mrs. at South Prong' Sunday. Water _________________.... 9.35 fromil 50.00 to$500.00

I Curie's talents while she still has the vigor to work,! We let the Dr. King of Lake Butler was in i i Ash ._.______._.........___. 9.92 on your building.

this section Monday. ] Protein _-.....___.__.___._.11.86 I
excellent Tampa Tribune tell the rest. The Tribune says: I ALL LONG
Carbohydrates _________46.02 LEAF YELLOW PINE f
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In May, America will be visited by one of the world's most re "I Never Knew lee Could Keep Rate I Fat _________'______.________ 2.15 I I

i... markable women and its greatest scientists' -Marie Curie fifty- Out of a Butcher Shop." I I Fiber ---...______...._____26.20 THE PERRY LUMBER
four years old. She, with her husband discovered radium used in What Ralph Watkins nays; "FIg- PRICES COMPANY I

". cancer treatment and for researches in higher science. ured rats around store had enough to I Napier grass Joint, f 10 per thou. PERRY, FLORIDA i
:a feed on; wouldn't touch anything suspicious. sand $1.50 a hundred.
Although of the discoverers of. radium
,;' she, was one .. Mme.
Heard about RAT SNAP Napier grass roots $50 thou
I,, Curie'has' none herself for experimental purposes American gave it a trial. Results were wonder. sand $6 a hundred.f. per Dressed Framing, $28; Flooring, $28; Ceiling ,$18; !

K women are going to present her with a gram wo'rth' $120.0M, ful. Cleaned all rats out In ten days. i o. b. Brooklyn i Siding $18 Lath
$5.
when she arrives. It will be contained Ina tubj. the size of the'I. (>(l1 Dogs about store night and day never Come and see the grass growing In'j' ; :

}. of a large pencil about an inch long. touch RAT SNAP. 3 sizes 35c. 65c, the fields. I'will be glad to show you FREIGHT REPAID I :
$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by D. C. i around. I
Mme. Curie is Polish. She teaches at the Sorbanne Udtiveru i
Jones. Starke. .
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FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.- STARKE,_ FLORIDA. __ --- - PAGE FIVE .
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r MUST GET LICENSE TAGS r ne.d yg. ing neatly done 1 also Bell stove I "be Quinine Tat Doit Nol Aflctt The \Mt.iIlnmMMnf i 1
i i! Let every member do hit best, 15nanclally oil, which will keep stows front''' It. tonti\ and In_t'v rftVt. I.AX1. '1'J .

Automobile owners have had TI for the work of our denom' rusting. It is guaranteed. D. W. TIE 1',. anyon'i.auMQIINII.whhnutteueln1 E ('"T.brt.ceo nmoe.ur..rrrhgitna I.e V.k.aAutomobile r 4 I' ""J
I I must ination. The campaign books clue M.nningStarke.. Its ill tb_bvad 1W: ,(;1<0f..S Wlaauroao\ : boIL. ;/w.:. '
routed warnlngthat they get :
I. Bits of LocalInformation t 1921 license tags and place them 01\ April SO. [. '. Yi -

their cars, and now Sheriff Epperso
W
has started a crusade to bring viols CUOSIIV LAKECrosby i SSI

tors of the law to book. lIe mad. -

"r three arrests Wednesday, and says I It I
Omr rmf. Mr ...SIrsae.e. Lake, April 15.-Harry Lewit +
...*. .*. C._" .+r T_ 'I. his intention to arrest every pel and family were visitors in thl Tires Inner I
I son driving a car in the county without section Sunday. ,

I license tags.Delinquenta Mr. Kittle Benton is visiting rel "
-e.
,,'-- better get,: busy :and lives in the Uoatdrain section t.hi. Tubes Spark Plugs
.
Mrs. N. B. Hull spent Tuesday In able to take short walks with the aid pay the license. It will be cheap? ,week. .. ,

I)I Jacksonville. ,i of slowly a cane.but steadily.Improvement is going on than fine. paying both the license aid a j I Heilbronn J. 1.. Underhill Sunday.attended church at Pumps and Patches at Y


Auto tops and auto painting. 1 M. i- I I Raymond Oliver and family, of Hal. -
Leviton Starke. 11-19-tl. I Mr. .LeRoy Smith and Miss Emil THE STATE ATTOUNEY8HIP ford, were visitor at J. L. Underbill',

Bright were married by Justice Floy Friday f MONEY-SAVING[
A, A. Futch, cashier of Hampt< Green at his office Monday. Their A. V. Lone
Hon.
The appointment of
State Bank, was in Starke Saturda
friends wish them much happl
many to be Judge of the Eighth Judicial StPRICES 4'I

Tom Sawyer Suits, Rompers and ness. Circuit leaves the circuit without a '

Blouses for Boys. J. M. Alvarez. 1 It. state attorney and Governor Harde ? 3-
Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. Roberts, of has this appointment at his dispose fENT-A-WORn -

Mrs. Emily Philips went to Tall' Eustis, motored over Wednesday and There is a lively contest in progresfor RED SEAL CORD TIRES 6-Ply cord .' :

basses last week to visit her son, A. spent the day with her mother, Mrs the plate F. Philips.E. J. 1.. Warren. The trip was made by; : the appointment will probably be guarS\oteed.Uo[ : r 8,000 miles :130x3 1 1-2, net ,.

automobile. made today. WANTED-Few more regular board I weight 1 ?tlbs. Get our prices. ,
A. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva, The applicants are A. S. Crews, (It en. Prices reasonable. Mrs. J. T
spent Thursday here attending 1 to Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka, spen Starke; J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, Wlllt. 4-1-(1. TheAMERICAN
business. Sunday here at the home of Mrs. S. E. 'and John R. Willie, of Bronson. Persons : HEAVY CORDTYPE'manufactured .

Brownlee and Mr. and !Mrs. J. M. in touch with the situation 1tTf! FOR SALE-Two! good horses, ben ( by Amencan Rubber Tire Co., :
Mesdames J. M. Mitchell and G. 1 M. Brownlee, going to Macclenny Monday of the opinion that Mr. Crews has the< stock. Apply Sam Rosenberg,

Inman spent Wednesday in Jacksoi morning to attend circuit court. I[ inside track in this Interesting contest Starke. 3-11-tf. 30x3 1-2 4-ply cord, guaranteed (for 6,000miles

villa shopping1. but the governor, of course, hall
I t
1 14 Ibs. ata saving.1SBBBSS
big
Times are a little dull just now the last say, and just what the out FOR SALE-Single comb white leghorn net weight ,

Miss Ella Mae Long, of Palatka, i Is Don't make matters worse by stop I come will be cannot lie known until rggt.for. setting, from heavy SS BISM ltSlSB BMS BS BBB S *)S* .

spending the week with her grandnu ping buying. Perhaps 'if the met he Bays the word. Mr. Crews wall laying .tr ln. $1.60 per letting ol: Tires, No. 1 seconds at $10'and $12. :
ther, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee.Rev. chants would advertise, there would born and reared here and is t one of 16 e<
i be! more buying. the most popular citizens of the coon J. S. McCormick, Raiford, Fla. .- c
David Lander, of the Presbyterian : I % I ty. lie has a host of friends who will 3-4-121-6-20 -

church, is in Eustis this week i Monday morning we were greeted ''I be delighted if the governor's decisloiIs K f GNAT[ WILLIAMS .
attending the annual presbytery. LOST-Black mule about 8 ,
by a cold northwest wind. Overcoat in his favor. mare yrs -- 1
J. old and weighing about BOO pounds
were hunted up ancYthe market men 4'4's
Mrs. W. E. Miadleton went last had their hands full supplying port I Chickens and eggi wanted. J. F. Reward for return or Information Dueling Building, next to depot FLA.

Friday to Atkison, Ga., to see her I Ibrotheri'.1law chops. Kickliter. 2-18-tf of whereabouts. S. T. ]Howling,
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who is quite ill I : Raiford, :Fla. 48tf. s

Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch left Monday I HEATH OP ELiAS KELLYThe - - - - - -
Mrs. LaMira- Graham returned STOVE and Sewing Machine repair-. -------V
for Miami, where he will attenJ - - - - - -
Tuesday from an extended trip to At- I 1 --
the Bankers Association and she wil entire community was sadden

lanta. visit her sister, Mrs. C. F. Saylcs. Mr fd Friday morning, April 8th, over WEAK NERVOUS --

and Mrs. Ritch made the trip by mi- the news of the death of Mr. EliaiKelly ,
.,. The Lake Butler Times, after 11 tomobile.The which had taken place the I. ;IJU
long period of rest, has started up night before. He* had retired to his ALL RUN-DOWN

again, under the guidance of Editor crops in the county, despite th I I I bed, apparently well,'but he was troubled You Are In Danger! . ': ;,

Segrcst. long drouth, look well. A soft sub with heart disease and death -

soil that allows the roots to go down I :came to him while he slept.
.Mrs. J. W. Killian, of Williams to permanent moisture, and rarefu' The deceased was born In Florida, Musonri Lady; Suffered Until She

burg, Va., is visiting at the home of i tillage of the top soil, to keep the but had lived at Pascagoula, Miss., foi Tried Ordui.-S y' "Reralt If you are in the habit of keeping money

her father, J. M. Truby. on Cherr moisture from evaporating, will carry the last 30 years, having only lately valuables about F 1''
or on or your
your person
street. the crops through the drouth. returned to his old home to spend hit. Was SarpriI ing."- Cot Along '
I' last days. lie leaven to mourn his house, you are certainly in danger. ,
Miss Fanny Crawford and brothel, departure five children, Messrs. D, Fine, Became Normal
Hon. A. S. Crews and others wh
James Crawford, of Jacksonville, have recently visited Tallahassee, I I}II. Kelly, J. B. Kelly and Mrs. Salisbury and Healthy. You are in danger, not only of being rob.
were visitors the first of the week at of Graham; Mrs. Mollie Pollens -
the home of Mrs. W. A. Crosby. I bring home the pleasing information and of Mobile, Ala., and Mr. W. G,. bed, but of having some worse fate befall

I that Bradford county's stand high senator with their Kelly, of Pascagoula\ Miss., alic BpriBiflAld Mo.-"My back was M you. There are, sad to say, those who would. )
Miss Lena Quigley left Friday for representatives three: brothers and a number of more "weak: I could hardly I stand UP. and 1would
Savannah where she will go by boa 1 I colleagues, and that it is subject of distant relatives lie was laid to boa bearing-down pains and not hesitate to commit murder, to expedite
general remark that our delegation i'l was not well at any Ume," says Mn.D. .. '
to Boston to visit her sister during the best at the capital. rest in Mt. Sinai cemetery Rev. Croaiy V. Williams, wife of a wellknownfarmer a robbery that they have planned.
the summer months: I among conducting the last end rites. on Rout 6, this plac "1
The' deceased was a faithful member kept getting headaches and having te
You will be safer and certain- ;
Jacksonville
to a
Mrs. F. A. Scott went your money
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley left on of the Latter Day Saints church,, to to bed, continues Mrs. Williamslescribing
: Friday to attend a meeting of tb. troubles from which in bank. We
Monday for a business trip_ to Lak the Florida Public Health Association was a man universally respected 1 fgr the obt.llled'relief through the use of Iv will, if it is deposited not

City, Live Oak and other points, goIng r and while there was elected one of tne his probity, and his demise l ls much CarduU "My husband, having heard only offer you 100 per cent safety, but will
by automobile. leplored. at Cardul, proposed Retting; It for m.w
directors of this organization. Thi'meeting "I taw after taking some Cardul add 4 per cent interest to your balance each

Mr. and Mrs. Arch Harris and chil and banquet were held at th;;) PRESBYTERIAN . that I was Improving. The result '
dren loft Wednesday for Bordenvillc, Mason hotel. The president being absent "iras surprising. I felt Ilk a different year. I,
aS
Clay county, where Mr. Harris is en : the meeting was presided over Thei: mlnlsUv Is attuxUosf pnsby. penon."lAter I suffered from weakness

gaged in carpentry. I by one of the vice presidents, Mrs. J. tier)' this week, but will return la tints ind weak bark and felt all rundown STAR''
W. McCollum, of Gainesville, who 1 li to conduct .nrlcss. on Sunday, [ did not rest well at nlglit. I was so BANK OF
Little Marie Brown, daughter of well known in Starke.W. nervous and cross. My husband Nil
'' Sabbath school at 10 a, a, lie would get me com Cardul, which
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar' Brown, had the< who Sermon nt 11 a. m., subject, ",\ lie did. It strengthened m* . Kr.
misfortune to fall Saturday and frac B. Alexander, of Hampton, frurt Ifetmyfl." loctor said I got along tin., I was la STARKE, FLORIDA
her right leg.J. has for many years been a traveling rood healthy condition. I cannot
ture
I :..2". So C. K. pit 'l-1-i p. m.
salesman for Stricker-Gateman Company 17 too much for 1C
of Cincinnati Sermon at 7:30.: p. m., subject, Thousands of vomen, have suffered louder' State SupervisionE. !
returned from a busIness trouser manufacturers, .
L. Jennings .
Heaven, and Who Will Go There. is Mrs. Williams describes until they ;
had his territory
trip to Chicago Monday. Whit .n has recently No church on earth carries a better Found relief from the use of Card...!. G. C. White Cashier ,
addsiUon of S. Matthew Pres.
of ,
he enjoyed (7) < enlarged by the a part ,
in the Windy City line of goods than the old "Illuu Since It has helped so many, you
blizzard and several inches of snow. the state of Georgia, and! the firm and ibould not hesitate to try Cardul If
I paid him the additional compliment Stocking Presbyterian. Come troubled with womanly ailments.For d

Mr. Register, late of Georgia., ha lof taking his son, Jesse B. Alexander,, worship with us. Wewantu.- sals everywhere. till 4 4i

Sid their employ, giving him a part
erected a saw mill' at Reynolds Into BAPTISTThe ,
ing, south of Starke. G. C. Sweat of Georgia and the states of North ,

supplies the timber. : and South Carolina SB sales territory. floral decorations for the auditorium =- =-- th''
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are in memory of Mrs. F, D. -
and L. A. Davi. In giving the Tallahassee new The "
Rev. i. C. Diggs Vainright( by her daughter, Mrs J.P. .
spent Friday in Jacksonville attend Daily Democrat of the 7th inst says: Kickliter. .
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ing an educational meeting at th< Mrs. D. E. Knight, wife of Senator uchool.
10 Sunday
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m.
a. -
First Methodist church. : Knight from Bradford, will spend: r
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., preaching by
the legislative period. in the capital .
Representative E. M. Johns! and Assistant city and is located at the home of MM. ha padtor. i f ; : Al
7 p. m., B. Y. P. U. chapters, new i I
has the
Chief Clerk Marcus Brown, C. P. Nicholson. Mrs. Knight ulcers, new regime. I. "f
to spend of of the few
over from Tallahassee distinction being one
came 7:45 prayer nervier. 8:15; teacher I
the week-end at home. women lawyers in the state, having
nvetirig.
been admitted to the bar a number of
8:45 m.. choir practice on Wed. .
p. I
Mrs. D. T. Clark, who has been visiting years ago, and is also prominent in j
Mr. and Mrs N. D work and musical circles. While I s
her parents club III
UrWS T_tels"" cbBI Twrte i it .
Wainwright, left Monday for her here she is taking a special course Invoice .
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by inrlfytaf and
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"'e.taesvitality anc jneity
home in Jacksonville.Rev. at the Woman's College.: tilling the blood. Yon con won feel..ln.oa.*
M l Ml I...tJIQ..tnf: Ct' . t''eew
E. A. Dunham has returned "Have Florida people any money -

home from St. Augustine, where hgent coming in for crops now maturing: ?" See

to attend the annual conventioiof asks an inquirer in a Northern ntate. Paint house with &

the dioceso and centennial.An Why, bless his heart, millions of it. G. C. DriggersLAKE your
Just look at Plant City and Starke, MM JM AB7 flEHMlk.
auction sale took place at the with their strawberries, Hastings that cost of material for repainting and 1

Andrews sale stable Saturday after with potatoes, not to mention the citrus ., BUTLER, FLA. THE above picture shows house paint also saving the labor cost which it
SWP
noon. As G. M. Inman was the auc fruit crop in a number of cor titles Agent gallon of S about75p41rcentofthetotalexpentwo -

tioneer, the goods, naturally, sold like in which the golden' globes are still covers 360 square feet of surface, In buying pf6lnt it's the area a c

hot cakes. bringing cash to the growers. And VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS coat. Ordinary paint coversfrom : ; gallon covers, not the cost per gallon

soon will come sweet potatoes, melons For all kinds of Tombstone and Mon- 200 to 250( square feet. That that determines its economy.
went to Jacksonville is the first saving. SWP, though
Miss Kate Livingston and other things. "Money coming 'I We a complete line of
Friday, where she met he : in?" Why, there's a steady iments. A postal card addreued tome heavy-bodied, Sows easily and SWP. carry If plan to paint your t

brother, G. C. Livingston, and the,;r stream flowing into F'lorida.TimesUnion. J at t Lake Butler, Fla., will bring me to evenly, thus cutting down the time /Za CIa bouse, let us you help you.CONSUMEIOi .
motored to his home in Tampa th.! Jour door with information and pricei. required to apply it. That is the ..

same day. second saving.SVPoutlaatatwoorthreepaint.. ; LUMBER ('U,.
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BTARKE, FLA.
The many friends of O. J. Grifll 1 ings with.ordinary paint,saving the
will be glad to know that he is no\ GENERAL INSURANCE .


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To tw Tmi .T i.., red: J : '. --"* LIEUT. TOOIIER AND SOLDIERS tho senate. Democrats, he added, were I
th r."Fif'atIfI.' Rhe's jrfilng |6 marry TJW. 1I.'TIra yrrtrr trTTg k. rv- IUM tti. discussion I
!Now: our HfTttlrs, are somewhat Involved let of a rattling good general mana- "(Ih. Ruck dear" the whispered "I ARE CHARGEO WITH MURDER disposed to withhold until

t1 .. iind In
4.t out w,* span. | a iiiln to lice whether she me responsible for results I must select loved you little Mt for a long time." Coroner's Jury Returned Verdict an6 in. He also announced that the finance !

KlinuM sell her stork In l ngune thf tools I want" to work with.. "I'm ,"'rr.I"lid 01'00.. You're Warrant Issued For ArrestPunta committee would meet Wednesday I

t TheVALLEY nrnmle' to Sue, or whctlior' I nhnulil sill "011, very "...11." Bryce laughed the most wonderful woman I ever I to''take up internal revenue

hook "Have It your own way. Only If you heard of. Old rosy-cheeks, And he !
mini to lif>r_nrt I lost The : Gprda, April 11.-Lieut. B. rex Ision.

vntunrlnn of the stock at the close of cnn drive Ininrnn M.TaYI..1out of pinched them Just to see the (color' J. Tooher of Carlstrom Field, Arcadia i In the opening preliminaries today

t'. 1L IIIHI ,'..al"'" hnnltiPH-. |>lu* fn per rent Cnrrtlifim's wood; I'd like to see you come and go. i is charged with murder and Sergeant the overwhelming republican majority -
C e e e e e .
do It. PnnxeKKlim' Is nine points of ,
I will flt >rtnln<> the selling price. and I
and about 170
Christian Erodvad, Private E. j i of 22 in the senate
shall resign a. pl'"I<1'nt. You will. the law. Buck_nd Old Duncan la Inpusxesslon. John Cardigan was seated In his
Younbluts and their chauffeur arc in the house worked with precision.
J.
of theGIANTS In all iroluihlllty( he retained to manage lumberjack's easy" choir a* his son ape '' ,
I the company until It If mcrreri "\Vhntdoyon ml'Rn-ln possessionT""I pronched Ills lint lay on the litterof charged with being accessories in a' Speaker Gillett was re-elected 298 to

with the Onrdlenn tlortwood Lumber myan thnt nt ten o'clock this brown twigs beside him his chin verdict returned at noon today by the I' 122, with Representative Kitchin, of

A rompnny-...h..n. I Imagine yon will he morning Duncan McTnvt appearedat was. sunk on his breast and his bead coroner's jury investigating the kill ., North Carolina democratic floor leader -

'1 given ample notice tn seek a new job our log landing. The whisky fat was held a little to one side In a listening ing Friday night of Fred Pitt, prom I his perfunctory opponent: Representative -

', elHpwIicre. Call Mia. Stunner'' attorney was all gone from him and be appeared attitude ; f vagrant little breeze: inent Punta Gordan. Warrants were London, New York the only

t. Judge: M-M>re, on the telephoneand forty years old Instead of the rustled gently a lock of his fine, long accordingly issued for the arrest of I I socialist member, voted "present.

II>PETER B. KYNB ark him to come to the ofllce at sixty that he la. With a whoop he white hair. Brvce stooped over the the men in question. The republicans also bowled over an
nine o'clock tomorrow when the puper came jumping over the logs; straightfor old man end shook him gently by tbe'"honld..r.
101' Author of can be drawn up and ginned.! Jules Rondeau. The big Canuck i Pitt was killed Friday night in an attempt by Representative Flood,

r' -Gappy Rlck.OoprisM .- Thnt Is all. saw him coming and knew what. his .'Wake tip, partner," he called cheerfully exchange of shots between' him and democrat, Virginia, to investigate the

""j. The' Colonel did not return to hla visit portendedso be wasn't' taken But John Cardigan did" not Lieut. Tooher, according to the testimony election of Representative Bird, republican -

,:. home In Redwood boulevard that night unawares It was a case of fight for wake, and again his. son shook blm. of Sergeant Bre vad before the Kansas who it was alleged

lie hud no appetite for dinner and sat his Job-and Rondeau fought""The Still receiving oo response Bryce! lifted jury. Bredvad's story was to tho effect spent in excess of $10,000 in his elec-

I br r_ a KFMSYNOPSIS. brooding' In 'his office until very' late ; I devil you ffflT I" I the leonine. old head and cared that he and Tooher accompaniedby tion campaign in violation of the federal

, then be went to the Hotel Sequoia and "I do-end there was the devil to 0 Into his father's face "John C.'rfIpn the others had gone to Pitt's placein corrupt practices act
I ,: 'pay. It was a rough; and tumble and I" lie cried sharply .V.ke up, I
enirnRpd a room. lie did not pon-e-s an outhouse in the rear. Pitt In the senate the republicans, under -
no grips barred-just the kind of a old pal." I
Sufficient to face hla niece
\\ courage hearing a noise, according to Bred- the leadership of Senator Lodge
arain. fight Rondeau likes. Nevertheless Old I The old eyes: opened and John o.rI I
CHAPTER I.-Pioneer tn th* California. At four o'clock the next: day UI.ODlon..l. I Duncan floored him. While be'. been 0 llgsn smiled up at his boy. "Good I vad. Tooher replied with his pistol held off attemp'ts to introduce bills
,....004 region.. John Cardigan at fortyawvn after which the soldiers returned to other business today. Senator
. I* the lesdlnc oltlsen of Bequola, boa baggage, his automobile away somebody taught him the hammer son" he wbl"p..red.10011\ aon I" He and
owner of mill, ships, and many acre of his chauffeur and the solemn butler lock and" the crotch hold and a closed his sightless eyes again as If Arcadia. Tooher was wounded and Lodge said the precedents were for

I 'J'i'; limber married a life widower and faUier after 01 thr.two-day-old year of James, boarded the paaaenger steamer few more fancy ones and he got to the mere effort of holding them open is in the military hospital at Carl- postponement until after receipt of

Bryo Cardigan.CHAPTKR for San Francisco, and at four-thirty I work on Rondeau In a hurry. In wearied' him Tve been sitting here- 1 Btrom Field, while Sergeant Bredvadand the president's message.

IL<.-At fourteen. Brye make ailed out of Htimboldt bay over the i fact be bad to. for If the .tussle bad waiting" he went on In the same Private Youngbluts are in the All house committees were organized '
o. .fc. eoqualntano of Shirley Butnner, a via.tor thundering bar and on Into the aouth. gone over five minutes Rondeau's gentle: whisper. "No. not weJtlng for : military prison there while MajorRo'ce I'
to Hequola, and bin unlor by a few I would have decided the Issue." today, but the senate committee
fl youth boy-' .ltlng-
'I' The Colonel atlll rich but you
:
waa a
visit th. man. commandant at Carlstrom '
Together they Valley ,
of
because pf desire of the
E1.. .. ascred to John Cardigan and Mil dream. of a redwood empire bad I "And Rondeau was whipped 1 I I< His head fell over on his son's shoulder I makes full of the af went over a
a. the burial place of liryo'a Mac floored him a investigation to increase their
wile mutual......&. faded, and once anore be was takingup "To a whisper. ; his hand went groping for republicans repre-
eSttan lti4 pert and choked him until be beat' the the ten principal ones
the search for cheap timber. Bryce's.' "Listen. he continued "Can't fair.Lieut. sentation on
I 1 CHAPTER III,-While Bryo la at 001- Whether h* ever' found It or not !I. a ground with 'tils free hand In token of yon hear It-the Silence Ill wait for Tooher received a load of republican senators will confer tomorrow
lac* John Cardigan m.... with heavy surrender Duncan let birdshot in his aide. He will
whereupon old right re-
!t, business lone and for the ant Urn vtws matter that dries not concern on. ; you here my aon. Mother and I will bcfor the session to arrange
: tb. future with uncertainty.CHAPTKR I At a moment when young Henry' him up and Rondeau went to hla wait together now-In this spot she I cover. the committee schedule with demo

Pound-tone' dream of legal l opulence shanty and packed his turkey. The fancied. I'm tired-I want rest. Look I cratic leaders planning opposition and

allege, and a rv.trip After abr0.4L araduatlaa ilryo ea.front....- was fading, when Mayor Pound.tone'. !.last I saw of him be Wall beaded overthe I after old Mac and Molra--and Bill Military Authorities Will Not Surrender -
(, : criticism
o. .an 00.... bom. On the train bo m*... hopes fordomestic peace bad.been bill to Camp Two on Lacuna 'Dandy who lost his leg at Camp Seven I' Men
lrUr Bumnanas . on h.r way to Boquola t* Grande. Hell probably chase that assistant children Most of the nouse bills introduced
shuttered beyond the while hla : last fall--and Tom Ellington's
if her h_ than with bar sods repair, 11.-The
Arcadia April military
:' Col. "'nnln.BIT''"* learne that his cheap political aspirations had bH1tPqu.IIT I woods boss I hired after the --and--ell the others. son. Ton .\ today were old measures which failed
father'. .yla-ht baa failed and th.t OoL 'authorities will not surrender Lieut
consolidation out of Shirley's' woods A similar
Innlnston U Making- tak*advantage., devastated because of a certain know, Bryce They're your responsibilities. during the last congress.
I S ta* old man's busln.s mt.t rtaNa damnable document In the possession and help himself to the fellow's\ Job.I Sorry I can't wait to see the B. G. Tooher, Sergeant Bredvad and situation tomorrow in the senate was

of Bryce Cardigan many events don't care If he does. What Interests San Hedrln opened up. but-I've lived i Private Eugene Youngbluta to tho

\:. Olant CHAPTER youngCardlran V.-In Ui Unas* Valley a tr**of fallodUrortly the' of Importance were transpiring. On me la tbe fact that the old Cardigan my life and loved my love. Ah. yes, I civil authorities at Punta Gorda expected.

f. acros hi* mother. gray Indications the veranda" of bill old-fashioned borne woods boss Is back on the job In C.rdlpn' I've been .ppY-80 happy Just doing where they are charged the former
I : see that It wac out down to aaour* I'm of WILLIAMS FOUND GUILTYOF
and
woods, mighty glad here
John Cnrdlgan sat the floor things-and-dreaming among my
tho burl, and .vldeno..eeme to how that tapping with the murder of Fred Pitt, (civilian
Pannlnsioo and hi. woods-boss, Jut with his stick and dreaming dreams I It. The old horsethlaf has bad hi. Giants-and-" and the sergeant and private with be- MURDER Of FARM HANDS
11"lIOn.
nonooau. are Implicated la \.bo oulrac and will remain sober here
Br which for tbe first time In many years I I He sighed gently. "Good son" he ing accessories to the murder. The
Ijo CHAPTER VI. Otalnc with Cot r.... were' roue-tinted. Upside him Shirley' after. I think he's cured""The whispered. again ; his big body relaxed, Georgia Farmer Asserts Belief lie
under deten-
. melon and hi. nl_ Bryo' find tile ..t. her glance: bent nfuslngly outacross Infamous old <,ntht'" I" and the great heart of the Argonautwas three men are military Will Finally Come Clear
I room with redwood burl eonnrraia here and the will investigate
panl4 tion military
iMac knows tbe San Hedrln as I
held him until the
( hi. suspicions of Ponnlncton'a flL tbe roofs of Sequoia and on to still. Bryce
.A' IB a diplomatic way, unprolvd by Bhlr-. the bay shore, where the smoke and know my own pocket. He'll be a towerof realization came to him that his father the case fully before turningthe
\ 1&7. the two mn declare war, strength when we open up that to the civil authorities Covington April 9.-John S. Williams -
''Ii exhaust steam floated up from two was no more-that like a watch. the men over ,

i : ". CHAPTER VII.-Pennlivrton rofuM to sawmills-her own and Bryce' Cardi tract after the railroad build. In. By winding of which has been neglected it was stated a( the camp tonight. Jasper county farmer was taken -

I I I I rnw hi. lontnf contract with the Car41bell."f"a gan's. To her came at regularly spaced the way has my dad been down tide he had gradually slowed up and Tooher is in the military hospital to Atlanta and placed in jail today -
aan.. Bis action moan bank.ruptcy "
(I" 0 for the UH.r. Bryce forco Ranaseu Intervals the faint whining of the saws morning stopped. Buffering from a load of bird shot to await action April 30 on his
: to oonf*. h. fllod the tree In the and the rumble of log trains crawlingout Tea.' Molra read the mall to him "Goodby, old John-partner I" hemurmured. which fired by Pitts into his side motion for a new trial which was
ValUy of tb. Ulanla, at Pnnlnton'. ordr. were
I : and then took him up to the Valley of I
1:' > After punishing-* man Bryo of the log dumps; high over the "You've escaped Into the before, the soldiers claim Tooher fir made here' today immediately after
I ',I burl him at Col. Pnnlnaton, who. with pile. of bright, freshly sawn lumber the Giants tie said he wanted to doa light at last We'll\ go home together I he convicted and sentenced to life
.hlrlcr. had wltns the arht Poimlns- ed at Pitt. was
little quiet figuring on that new
she from time to time the flash but well back again"And
", ton I. numlllatd. and the girl Indignant. caught now, come I imprisonment on a charge of murder.
.
order Bryo to 1_". her and forct thlffrtondthtp .f white spray as the great togs tossed steam schooner you're thinking of with his father's body In his -
H.* Uav**, but refuM .to aol from the trucks hurtled down the building. He thinks she ought to he strong arms he departed from the little I Mrs. Pitts' StOry lie expressed confidence he would fin-

l opt dl..1eeaI.CHAPTER skids and crashed Into the bny. At bl&I..r-bIC enough to carry two million amphitheaterwalking lightly with his Punta Gorda April 12.-Mrs. PilL ally be cleared of the charge.

I VttL Returning to Sequoia.h !! the docks of both mill. vessels' were, feet. heavy burden down the old skid road j, The trial was the first one arising
{ train on which BhlrUy, her. uncle, and loading, their tall spars cutting the Bryce glanced at his watch. "It's to the waiting automobile. And two mm-paneled from accusations that Williams caused -
Mryc* ar* travelingbreak' away from
Vie locomotive, and Bryce. who could have sky line above and beyond the smoke- half after eleven. he said. "Guess HI\ days later John Cardigan returned to I had started to retire when she the killing of eleven negro farm
saw \
oaraped, at the risk of hi. life out out stnrke; far down the bay a steam run up to tbe Giants and bring him rest forever with. his (lost mate among hands after department of justice
the cabooe and aavee them from oertatn borne to luncheon." light in the shop. She told Mr. Pitt
4 *..ath. being painfully Injured In doing oo.CHAPTKR schooner loaded until her main .deck the Giants, himself at last an Infinitesimal had started to investigate alleged -
i was' almost flush with the water'wasputting He stepped Into the Napier standing portion of that tremendous silence who taking a flashlight and his shotgun agents farm

I .> builder of!: th*Xprojeet.dkNorthere' ,Call aa out to sea and Shirley heard outside the office and drove away. that Is the diapason of the ages' went dowp stairs.. In a minuteor peonage charges on his

ffornta 4k Oregon railroad meeta Mora the faint echo of her siren as shewhistled Buck Ojtllvy waited until Bryce was When the funeral was over Shirley two she stated she heard two last February. Three .of the negroes
', McTavlsh and le much Impreued Bryo out of sfeht! then with sudden determination Lindsay Peterson, whom he
; including
her Intention to to starboard .
I and. hi make plans for eouiing a pas* and Bryce lingered until they found shots. She repeatedly called her husband -
,t I'. .,, :r.at: the line from the city of a wind Innimcr Inward bound he entered the office."Molra. themselves alone beside the freshly and getting no response went was specifically charged with killingat
.
i council.. In tow of a Onrdlira tug. ." he said abruptly approachIng rurned earth. Through a rift In the I into the yard and called the neighbors the trial ending today were alleged -

"If wonderful. the said presently the. desk where she worked "your great brandies, two hundred feet above She stated that to have been brought into Newton
CHAPTER: k-burnanan ostivy rail dad la buck and what'a more, Rryce I Youngblutsheld .
:.y road. contractor and IIrr....'. college friend, apropos of nothing. a patch of cerulean sky showed faintly her with his revolver county and drowned.
has let him have his old
Cardigan job up
I. decided on by the Cardigan .. the "Aye," he replied In his deep' melodious ,, 1 ; the sunlight fell like a broad golden declared by
The other eight were
man to flinire"" a. the builder of the proposed aa woods boss. And I'm here to announce I Search for the body was begun and
., rsllioud Itryu ..... to ban Francisco voice. "I've been sitting here my shaft over tbe l losnnm-laden grave farm boss and self
to meet him thoughts.} that you're not going back to adjacent Deputy Lipscomb found it in the garden Manning negro
dear, listening: to your ; You end from the brown trunk of an
T
: the woods to keep house for him Understand : confessed accomplice to have been
I adjoining the shop. By the body
'r CHAPTER XI.-Og1lvy o.l.nl.tloullll'I' know something, now, of the tie that tree a gray squirrel a descendant ,
: begin work of urvylng for the line, binds my boy to Sequoia. Tills"-he ? Now look here. Molrn. rye .perhaps, of the gray squirrel that which was lying face up was the shotgun killed in Jasper (county and inquiryby
which I* announced ... a proposed through shilly-shallied around you for months the grand jury with a view to indict -
abroad In the darkneaa
rout. Pennlnglon. vaguely alarmed, :d*. waned hla arm i with one barrel discharged and
1 protesting love and I hnven't gotten -
5 aide to block operations by making It 1mposslbl _"this Is the true essence of life- my in his hand was the flashlight he carried Williams and three of his sons
to .ecur* a franchise for th. IInothro."b anyw'here. Today Tm going to ask
to create, to develop the gifts that is to there Monday
Hequota In this h* plana to anUt you for the last time. Will yon marry still lighted. open
Ut. aid of the ntKvnr, Houndatona. God baa given ua-to work and know 1 The deceased of Punta Williams appeared to take his conviction -
met I need you worse than that ran I j /t was one
the blessing of weariness have
CHAPTER IX.-Molra MrTavlcn ohllo- I cat of a father of yours does and I tell' Gorda'a most prominent citizens anda calmly, but when his wiCe'and
hood emplnyec4 dreams and see them come true. ThatIs ,
friend of Bryce and In hieofllo
s *. makes 8hlrley'. acquaintance and I life", and I have lived. And now 1am :you I'll not have you go back to the i member of several secret orders daughters broke into sobs their grief
the two become frlxnds Nvedlng money woods to take care of him. Come, I Ilt4J affected him and he struggled to hide-
badly John Cardigan offers to sine Pennlngton I ready to rest. He smiled wist
(. the Valley of the ulant. but the fully. 'The king Is dend. Long live now, Molra. Do give me a definite anewer" ( SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS his emotions as he sought to comfort

Colonel confldent: th. property must soon the king I wonder If you raised as il W" them. lie was allowed to remain in
be his through the bankruptcy of hl.as01tee "I'm afraid I don't love well CONVENED MONDAY
contemptuously. .* u.... Unknown you have been can face life In Sequoia I you I II Ii the courtroom with them for ten or
to her uncle Shirley buys the enough; to marry you Mr. Oirllvy, '
resolutely, with my inn It Is a dull, I fifteen minutes before being taken to
Valley and the Cardigan' have a new Moire pleaded. "I'm truly fond of you, I Washington, April 11.-The sixty- .
lease life unfolds I I
of business life They interest capiparau drab sawmill town whore Atlanta.
tal and decide on a scheme to *! but-" seventh congress convened today with
Pennlngton's logging railroad.. gradually years stretch without ahead tbrlll-.b.of one with. only the I' 'The last boat's gone," cried Mr i 'G'Gf'GI few departures from time-honored Date for trial of Williams on the

t CHAPTER Xltl. Otrllvy, In a buslnas trees, among simple folk. The life Ogilvy desperately. "I'm answered. I I Iit precedent and adjourned until tomor- other two indictments here has not
interview, favorably Impress the Mayor, I Well. Ill\ not stick around here much at 1 o'clock been set nor has the court'announced
when
has
row joint
and later engages eon aa attorney rosy be hard on you. Shirley: one a session -
t.'. for the new a.ol..f ' him to acquire a taste for It. you know. longer, Molra. I realize I must be n will hear President Harding deliver when Manning will be tried althoughit
they obtain the temporary franchise.Pcnnlnston nuisance but I can't help being a nul-
ri finally convinced. that tb.Cartt..n "I have known the lilt of battle \ his opening message.! was indicated the negro would facea
when So Til it itI
;, Int*.** ar behind .oheme. John-partner," she answered r "hence snore you're near me. Appointment of committees to notify jury before the regular July term.
gele to work to balk them. .. quit my job here and go back to'm,
I think I can enjoy the sweets of vic old game of railroading." the president' of the assemblingof Council for Williams held that he
CHAPTER! XIV.-Pennington refuse tory.' 1 am content. be tried the indictment
could not
Bryc th. use of a locomotive and truck "Oh you wouldn't quit a ten-thou- the extraordinary session, reelection on
to move equipment for laying a switch "And what. a run 'youdid give that sand-dollar Job Moira cried aghast. of Speaker Gillett and other republican charging murder of Willie Preston.
and Bryce and Ogilvy plan to steal both
and during the night put tn a ........In. boy UryceI"She "I'd quit a million-dollar job. Pmdesperate 'officer of the house intro whose body was found chained to that

ruttingpanlngton: tracks In the city. laughed softly "I wanted him enough to go over to the duction of hundreds of bills and reso- of Peterson, but the state contendsthe -
Pnnlngton bribe Mayor Poundston to to"see
to fight 1 hind a great curiosity
Ignore the temporary franchise granted mill and pick a fight: with the big lutions in the house and organization indictment resulting from the
the stuff that was. In him" she explained. :
and refuse That Ican't
to a permanent one handsaw I'mtolnll where
night Pennlngrton litter ah. Cardigan away I 5 I III affairs were the principal features oftoday's death of Preston is a separate one-

t , traoklaylngcrew tba pot. at work and hurries to Next day Bryce Cardigan riding the t'razy.ee "you. Your eyes are drivingme : session. The senate which and that he can be tried on it as wellas

top log on the end truck of a long "But I don't was you tn go. MrOgilvy. II II"H. was organized by the republicans attn on the third indictment charging
CHAPTER: XV. Bryce and Ogilvy. *
*.... pannlngton'-frensled rmonstranc train just In from Cardigan's woods. ." extra session last month was in murder of another negro Harry Price

...., continue work but the Colonel Kete In Township Nine dropped from the "Call me Buck. be commanded session only twenty minutes but the The defense contended the drowningof
word to. the Mayor and also mploy a '
deeperado to shoot Ur...... Bryce le woundWok end of the log as the train crawled aharply. house organization required several Peterson and Preston was one act.
ed. on the track I* Hopped by thechief I| through the mill\ yard on Its way to "I don'twant yon to go. Buck" she hours. Crowds of
of police. Shirley accuse her uncle the log dump. He tailed Buck 0<<11,.,. "I spectators thronged
repeated meekly shall feel
guilty,
of conniving at the murder of Bryc a.n4tb. both senate and house galleries. "Found Seven Dead Rats in Bin Next
Colonel 1 leave for ben France+So to I where. the latter stood In the door of driving\ < yon out of a floe position." .
.afeguard hi* Intel iresu through timber the' oHIce.I "Then marry me and I'll "tn,." President Harding'a message tomorrow Morning"

legal proceedingsCHAPTKR- I "Big doing up on Little Laurel "But suppose 1 don't love you the Is to be the signal for begin- Robert Woodruff says: "My premises

XVI.-Anticipating Penntrurtefe .- creek this rooming. Buck. way: you deserve" ning the session's work. A great were infested with rats. 1 tried
action, Ogilvy has made
+ mea** tp.secure a restraining. order arrange.t from I "Do 11'111"I- Ogilvy murmured IIPf>OIIp I Suppose!" Buck Ogtlvycried Wat Giant Among Men. crush at the' house chamber for the RAT SNAP on friend's recommendation. -

.. the fed.... rnurt. enjoining the Colonel. morosely."It ..y ou're no longer certain of first appearance of the new executive Next morning found seven dead

from their Interterm line. Victory* with for the the oonctructlon Cardigan of I. was great. Bryce ('(continued. yourself. How dare.. you deny your had been wont to rob Bryce's pockets before congress ia expected. Admission rata in bin two near feed box, threeIn

plainly la sight. I "Old Duncan McTavlsh- returned Il I love for met F.b' Molm, 111 risk It." ,>.tID.. nuts twenty, years, before is to be by card only and tickets
6 atall. Found large number since-
knew, he would. Ills year on the Her eyes turned to him timidly, and chirped at them Inquiringly,
I were' the object of lively effort
today. No
CHAPTER XIX. mourner's bench expired' yesterday' for the first time he saw In their -H* was a giant among men" said smell from dead rats-RAT SNAP
; i and be came back to claim bla old job smoky depths a lambent flame. "1 Bryce presently.' "What fitting: place The senate also will get down to dries them up. Best thing 1 have ever '

I Ool. firth' nnlngton wag' thorouchlvcruahed. of woods boss""He's don't know. she Q'I&VP""d.'lId its a For him to lie !I" He passed his arm business tomorrow when' bills and UM>d." Three sizes S5c, 65c, 1.25 '

..1 < Look which. way he would one year too late" Ogllvj declared. big< responsibility In ruse--" round his wife's shoulders. and drew" resolutions are to be introduced and Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones.StarkeAdv .

5 the bedeviled old meal could dad nojloophol "I wouldn't. let that big Canadian "Oh. the devil.. take the nst'l"! he her. to him. You' made It possible, debate begun on the $25,000,000 Colombian .

," L for c ciip*. Jules Rondeau' quit for a farm cried rapturously, and took her bands ......'be.rt." treaty Senator Lodge of

< "Ton' win Curdlpia" hr mattprfdultiperatety Some woods boss, that-and hI. first tn bla.HDo'I improve with Sire dear' She enied up at him In adoration Massachusetts republican leader hag
\ with this was the dirtiest Molra he asked with boyish: eagerness And presently they left the Valleyof
; a. *" "t ln M* ofnr after job company given notice that he would move for
Bblrlry hart left him. "Tou"v* bad you could hand him-smearing greens ; then, before she could answer. the Giant to face the world together open discussions and himself make 1886

;.., mor than a nhndr In every' round thus on the skid road at a dollar and a half he swept. on, a tornado of love and strong In their faith to live the initial speech in behalf of ratification -
far. and at the finish you've landed a a day and found. He's made too [nod pleading. And presently' Moles was to their lives and love their loves, to

,' p:; clmo kmx'Knnt. If. hid to fight aoy to lose out now. I don't care what his his arms and he was kissing her and dream their dreams and perchance The final vote will come on DAVISINSURANCE

\ man but T"n. "-" private moral. may be. He can get she was crying: softly beenuwwell.she when Ufe should be done with and the April 20, under previous agreement.The .

Y out the logs. hang his rascally bide admired Mr Buck Oellvy< more hoar of rest at hand to surrender, sustained emergency tariff bill, introduced -

r algtied. rrslpiedly and t>r*.* 'd and Tm for him. she respected him and wee gvnninelvfond and comforted by the knowledge today is to be the first business of r

the pash-Dottoo on his drk. S.E10D Tm" afraid yon havent anything' toBy of him. She wondered and she that those dream had come true. the hrouse. Debate U to start Wednesday .

atercd "Sexton. b* aald bluntly "beut L' lac& *." Bryrr' replied wondered a quiet joy thrilled bar lathe TilE ENIX1 and leaders hope for prompt )

and with a alight: quiver In big vole. dryly."I' knowledge that It did not seem Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son passage. Chairman Penrose of the

o "my siege and I dare bad a dlMttrc- ha\er' **."* felt any rime you at all Impossible for her to grow In were" visitors to Starke Saturdav afternoon senate finance committee said tonightthe STARKE

moot.! _We hav* quarreled ov.r young.. deny u- the _r' *jet !J lIltlM nil time absurdly fond of this wholesome bill also would be rushed through oft

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L FRIDAY. APRIL 15. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY 'rlt". GR"rn.TRK1t.. FLORIDA PACE THREE ; M'I

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,J. 'i-_ .n __ .-- ridden the horse after committing the I 1 I thing, says A. "Yes it was necessary 1910. The remaining seven counties

I deed, as the animal was found bitched ; the country was getting in bad have been organized since 1910. Because -

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I to the fence on the premises. shape on account of the liquor traffic of the resultant changes in the r y
I
I rw.w alti1 "s.rrrrA7YWIMIr'I rahln/r Ir ..... I I No dubt in a short time drunkennesswill county boundaries it has been necessary

= j The Lead of a strange bird, killed a i be a thing of the pant, and the ; in preparing the maps used with

; ; Live State News I II .,, few days ago by a party of hunters I country will" be saved." "Talking of this statement to make various com
t drunkards B who is binations. These themselvesare
in the islands on the extreme tip of I I says skeptical I maps
I _____. ____ .__ -- --" A .a I I" 1 southern Florida, has been carried to "did you ever know one; personally?" nut only interesting but very valuable. ti

; I Told by Our Exchanges. I I 1 ,, Ft. Myers in an effort to classify it I I "Oh, yes;" is the reply "My wife was I .

.. _ -- u -. h I ,', ;I! and if )local ornithologists fail, as they told by a neighbor that her washerI The total land area of tIe, state !isriJ.PGl M
.h', _ '9 woman's husband l 1 : miles and the
terrible
f I was a square! average
i I have thus, far, it will be sent to the ,
Since January 1, 628 white and negro constructing a siding at Goodno to | Smithsonian Institute at Washington. I drunkard; used to come home Kutur- I number of inhabitants to the square ;

boys have been admitted to the provide for sixty' cars. It is assumed The beak of the bird contains a full day nights and threaten to kill her, mile in 1920 is 17.7 us against 13.7

Florida 'Industrial School for Boys i in that a syndicate is being formed to set of teeth. The bird was feedingon 5i I' and all\ that! O. prohibition is a I in 1910 and 9.0 in 1900. 1

Marianna., develop the country surrounding that oysterswhen killed, cracking the grand thing it will prevent such I Florida\ has forty-nine cities of

place by cutting and shipping immense :: tragedies." The average man or woman which Jacksonville with a population ;
.s shells; with its teeth. The bird was '
'! A new and handsome sixteen passenger I amounts of cypress timber out described ns being about 6 feet in 2garettein I knows of more drunkards as A of 1I1,'.,j8, is the largest: I

') Reo bus arrived for use bar of the Big Cypress Swamp and other height with rudimentary wings and did, fourth-hand, but not of very The census bureau defines urban ,

tween Green Cove Springs and Pablo cypress timber areas in the interiorof I long legs, each foot having three i 7e 'A81' tho many population as that residing In cities

Beach and will make regular trips. Leo county, lying practically\ below stubby thick toes. The plumage was a Drunkenness !is a disease and MUCH ) and other incorporated places having ijj

during the Bummer. Immokalee where the road is being dark gray. The teeth are arranged delicious Burley re something that was neededbut 2.00 or more inhabitants, and rural

bvilt. around the upper edges of the upper I tobacco! flavor. ofj the very small percent afflicted it population as that residing/ outside J

W. C. Ward, of Millville, died from and loner mandibles, each mandible : was not necessary to Interfere with such incorporated.! places. Tho proportion -

the effects of injuries received when I B. C, Williams, former deputy sheriff containing 40 \teeth on each side, withno 9 BS3 t s'; Toasted the rights of the states to attendto of the population tlf> Florida

he jumped from a motor truck, strik and Dade county jailer, shot and canine teeth as in the case of the I their police affairs! or to dict.ateIho living in places of 2.,,(OO or more increased -

killed himself in his home" at Miami appetites of hundred million from 20.3 per cent In 1900 t>>
ing; his head on some object on the alligator nor are the teeth merely a

roadside, fracturing the skull and producing while his daughter peeped through serrations often seen in the beaks of I. (t.:;?:) z n."__. .. ,.,. people who never drunk to excess or 29.1 per cent in 1910 and to 81.7(\ percent

concussion of the brain. I the doorway to the room, a witness to birds. They are even and regular in i wu+aMn.!rNrMy' injured themselves or their neighbors in 1920. r ,

the tragedy. Williams had ordered sio and cleanly enameled as the teethof on account of their personal '

The fishing schooner Cash arrived I her to leave the room, flourishing a I'I'I a dog. tastes. An interesting bit of statistics HIGHLAND

at Tampa with a 600 pound turtle : revolver and threatening to kill her, approached by drastic laws and recently brought to light! show Aliases
Highland. IS. Ragle
April -
which was captured alive far out in I I too ,if she remained. Williams fired sweeping regulations. The fact that that the charges of the political financial
Much mystery attaches to the performance Wilkinson Rc.nafarr\ and J. I. Marr
the civilized world had
the gulf. The crew state that the 'I I three shots the first two going wild becomeery and fanatical prohibitionists
of an unidentified individualwho attended the revival meeting! at Law-
turtle swam about the schooner and and the third finding its mark in his far removed from the old-time practices ;previous to tho passage of the eighteenth -
has been in Bristol
tho vicinityfor try Thursday.Messrs. .
financial << of everybody getting drunk every amendment which iniicatt4! b
was so tame that an easy cature was temple. Despondency over ,
the. past several weeks, who attacks C. D. Council and C. M.
day that they had the
effected. reverses was given as the cause price was the country going to the dogs on account -i
people suddenly, and who has Click were business visitors here on
I due to a recognized value of clear of alcoholism was a vilo and .
eluded crowds of people who form..11'0BSl'S I 'I. .hursday.W.. .
and
Report from Oldsmar tells of rail thought temperance was making vicious ulander. The medical recordsof
Mrs. Street
J. N. wife of the manager I
to look for him. He was chas- R. limberly, of Lovett who
splendid with eating
headway
regards
ing a fine of beets the the American expeditionary forces
crop sugar at of the Street Overland Com
ed into the and made his has
It't'n'Isit.injl his
swamp es brother II. C.
Reolds farms. The beets are raised pany 'of Live Oak, shot and probably as well as drinking, when the Im show that alcoholism is (and was before I, j
cape. The first heard of the queer Wimberly, left Wednesday for Jack-
for seed and will be shipped to Michi fatally wounded herself yesterday af patient and perhaps idle reformers prohibition) much less frequentin
performances of this man was when ftonvllle to visit his son, B. \M.Vim-
I decided that the best to make
where way America than mental
they will be Two deficiency!
replanted. ternoon.
gan There were no witnesses to
he made vicious attack for few *
a upon young berly a days before returning
good to shut them
seasons growth will thus be secured the deed as her husband had left the men was away Out of three and a half million men ,
Mark Duggar us the latter started to home.
and will insure the of i from temptation. This plan has never examined less than one in a thousand C
house
production a few minutes before the shoot-
enter a farm house on his father'spremises. A. II. Harley and Robert Illanchnnl
splendid seed.Contracts ing. No be for yet gotten any satisfactory results were al'ohollc-and when the volun-
reason can assigned
The stranger must have of Lawtcy, were business visitors in
II ,I but there believers in it and then ,
are
terra were omitted it was shown that I
the deed other than that she had be-
been hiding near, for suddenly h" I our town Wednesday
j there is the class of reformers that
have been awarded for come despondent over the fact that I here were but 1,2(11( alcoholics amon:;:
leaped upon Duggar and aside from It. C. Wimberly Jr., was a visitorto
always find financial benefit wellas
clearing and plowing at least 8,000, she was in ill health. An operation him slashed I I im the 2,71)0,000 men who were drafted Jacksonville
striking viciously, Thursday
acres of some of the richest land in very the privilege of interfering with -less than one In two thousand. j
was performed and the bullet\ extracted 't
him several times with an apparently'very others. The prohibition movement (1. W, Parker, Sr. returned, Friday
Lee county embraced in the lona rimes-Union.
,
after which a blood transfusion
sharp knife. Several shots were from Gainesville where ho has been
I had start and it has been
drainage district, south of Ft. Myers.A a very poor
made her husband furnishing '
was a
fired at the stronger as the latter was employed I for several monthi
brought to its exultingbut
Wisconsin'concern obtained the big I quart of blood in the hope that her present KI.OKIDA CENSUS INFORMATION
jumped in the woods and he cell as if far from successful status by well. Mrs O. C. MoHeley and son, Richard .
contract and is to have its machineryon
life might be spared. shot, but as the crowd closed in on meaning reformers, busybodies and were chopping In Lawtey Satur
the ground ready to start operations him, he jumped up quickly and ran I I of The United States census' bureau day. d
an ever increasing army hypocriteswho ;
within few weeks. I
a One of the most disastrous automobile
for the woods, rig-gagging to avoid profess virtue while their heartsare recently,, made public a detailed state- Misses Jennie and Mamie Prescott t S
Hudson 1
accidents happened when a being hit. Further shooting had no filled with avarice and hate ment regarding the population of the were visitors to Starke Saturday.
At meeting of the Orlando Growers
a coupelet owned by J. A. Paslay, effect of stopping him. It is believedthe i'Oh yell! I believe thoroughly in state of Florida by counties and minor Roy Lord, of Jacksonville spent
,
Company, an organization was road Pal '
of Williston left the
near man Is mentally unbalanced. 'I, is wonderful thing civil divisions In this statement Saturday tho guest of George Parker.J. .
prohibition-it
a ,
for successful citrus
completed highly The
mer and plunged into a clay pit. there Is much interesting history I.' Marr Itoy Lord and] George
a man or woman or your acquaintance
fruit culture. The company will havea car was being driven by Charles Pas- nays
Fred Pitt a prominent resident of when asked for about the stale Parker were visitors to Juoksnnvillu '
an opin-
capital of $500,000, combined with lay, accompanied by his mother and ,
scientific Punta Gorda was shot dead at his ion. "It Is IIpll'ndid-yrll, indeed; we Florida was organized I as a terrl- .Saturday anti Sunday.
and practical knowledge, to brother Elhannon. The occupants of
develop 6,500 acres of land in a region ; the car,were returning to their home home by Lt. Tocher of Carlstrom voted for it and hope that there will tory in 1 1R22 and l was admitted to the Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel :

well adapted to the growing of citrus !in Williston after a visit to Gaines field army aviation'camp.. The lieu- he no change in the laws." Go on Union as the twenty-seventh state In RUks spent the week-end. with, t?
tenant is in the hospital at Carlstrom into the home of that lively advocateof larch, 1845.: According to the fourteenth friends at Bronson. 1
stock and back
hurried that
nursery purposes. ville. They were to
I suffering from gun shot wounds, he I governmental supervision! of tastes census, taken January I, 1 1020 Gilbert Barker went to Jacksonville
!in Williams sani-
the
city and placed
William Vinzant, Sr., former chief I tarium. Elhannon died on reachingthe having been fired upon by Pitt. The I I.and morals and see if you are not offered its population is \110H.470, which represents Tuesday. for a visit with relatives

of the Jacksonville police departmentwas sustained shooting was the result of a mistakeon something to drink. Maybe it an increase of 215,8! 1, or 28.7 .
hospital. Mrs. Paslay
called\ into active service to again I injuries about the head and was hurt the part of Pitt, who fired upon will be "home made" maybe not. "Yen. per> cent over tho population in 1910. \Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel

head the force lie succeeds F. C. internally. Charles was suffering\ Tocher and two enlisted men who constituted ': Mr X knows a man who can g'E't.what luring the same period I the popula- Kicks were shopping in Jacksonville

Roach who was made chief of the department from a broken leg and other injuries a detail searching for two ever we want," is possibly suggested ion of the United. States Increased, Tuesday.

when Vinzant was placed I which we're not thought fatal. deserters. The soldiers had been told by the, hostess, having by this time 4.1) per cent.Florida I.S'

upon the retired list in 1913. Vinzant I I '- the deserters were seen to enter the forgotten what was paid on the car, has fifty-four counties, of To Cure a Cold In One Pay !

previous to his retirement in 1913 I I Saturday night of last week Arnold outhouse on the Pitt lilare.. They surrounded -I or on the street. which twenty-nine show increases and l Take AXATIVE IIROMO QUININE (Tul.lol.,.) 1 It.
t IICtea tHiMli east llvmlai ((10 And irkN off lh y. '
had been identified with the Jackson- Adkinson, 17 years of age of Apalachicola the house just before midnight And then there is another crowd eighteen; decreases, us compared with Cut:J. t W.: l.KOVfc"* slpuawesuueu.kbua.: eta: rev
and searched it without finding that is ready to have the old April
ville police for practically thirtynine shot and killed.a negro, John .
years, as his first service with the Blue, at the mill of the Jackson River anyone. One of the soldiers said thatas Fool tag pinned on, the one that says:

force began in 1884. Lumber Co The shooting was done they left the house Pitt, apparently | "please kick me." These people ralm- sF

aroused from sleep, appeared at i i ly tell that they worked and vote
ball you
with a Winchester rifle, the en
The new phosphate elevator in Fer- tering the negro's back as he walked the doorway of his house and mist.ak.I' ed for prohibition because they r Kill That Cold With

nandina was thoroughly tested out from the shanty whore he and other ing the soldiers for intruders pointeda thought it would keep the negroes t

and found satisfactory. The plant is negroes had congregated. Adkinsonleft shotgun at them and ordered them I from getting liquor or prevent theworklngmf'n i" 'Lt

now running, the drying plant being immediately after the shooting. to throw up their hands. The soldier from having it, and getting + :

filled with wet rock. The piling for His father talked to the coroner's stated! that they obeyed and Lt. Toch \ drunk. But of course, they had !!r

the foundation of the coaling unit jury freely about the shooting Sun er started to call out to explain who no idea that it would interfere with

has been put down and concrete work day morning. He said that Blue had hey were when Pitt fired. The greater : their having all the liquor they want l CASCARA M QUININE
of load of buckshot entered
started. cursed his son previous to the shootIng part a ed. Of course they expected to tie yt q

and had threatened to beat him the lieutenant's body. The lieuten- able to get it whenever they wished FOR e 4 AND ,

After check of the damage caused if he came in his way. At that time ant replied to the fire with his pistol for it. The beer in the ice box and -Colas. CoofL OM\O La Grippe i ,

by the fire which -swept the business young Adkinson was unarmed. Later and Pitt fell dead. The deserters were the wine on the dinner table, why

section of River Junction, owners of he armed himself. not found. certainly that was not to be interfered Neglected Colds are Dangerous h 0"

estimated that The idea of having tobuy It
the burned property with for lh. Ant
auMM.
standard
this handy
T k no thanes Keep remedy
their losses would not range less than John M. Powell, a well\ known far- Thurston Vaughn, arrested at Tampa now from a blind tiger, and pay a ridiculous KallcvM
cold In hour.
Breaks 24 I
a
with about $30,000 insurance a few days ago for the authoritiesat price for something .;y are up r
$100,000, mer who lived alone on his farm Grippe In 3 days-EacalUnl for Headache
Work has already been started clearing Columbia, S. C., committed suicide not sure of, was outrageous!
\ eight miles south of Wellborn, was Quinine In this form docs not crlKl the haad-CwKara U beet Tonic
J.h away the debris preparatory to found dead in his horse lot Saturday in the murderers cell at the Hills-\ Then listen to a car conversation L... lv.-No Oplai In Hill's. W

rebuilding.That afternoon. Powell was known to always borough county jail Friday night. lie which would prove without questionthat
slashed his throat with a rotor, almost ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT '
carry a large sum of money on liquor;; was the root of all evil
the gang of wiretappers oper- his person, and robbery is supposed severing his head from his body regardless of some other assertion

ating in Daytona Beach the past season to have been fie motive. lie was last This successful effort at suicide by previously made. A and B discuss

managed one big haul before a seer alive Monday morning( and all Vaughn was the fourth attempt SInce the Volstead act. "It ia the right ,

mob of masked ,men shot up their ren- indications: point to the fact that ,he his arrest at Port Tampa City Mon-
day, where he was assistant principalin __._
several weeks is -- .u. u
dezvous ago provenin -
had been called out to the lot after
dispatch from Toledo Ohio, the a public school and going under RUN-DOWN, WEAK )
a dark that day. An cxaminaion of the
victim of the of thieves being a the name of T. AR. Earl. The man Va.-"Some I ii
gang body showed that he had been hit on Btrasburg, years ago IiIIC- !
wealthy widow, Mrs. A. G. Krebs, &f the back of the head with a hatchet, had not admitted that he was Vaughn was In peer bealtu, was in a rundown -

Tamaqua, Pa., who was fleeced of tho blow crushing the skull. The but his wife is alleged to have statedto condition., weakened Our

$12,000 through the usual trick of hatchet was found in the lot. His dog officers after the arrest, that her C home doctor FIT-"OVERSIZE" CASINGS .
inside tips on the stock market" week husband was Thruston Vaughn. He do TUBES
"getting had kept watch nil. through: the could me no
and was guarding the body when dis was former superintendent of the Odd rood and 1 felt t
Fellows State Orphanage at Green- discouraged. My Ac J
The murderer had evidently
covered.
Hemando county dairymen who yille, S.,. C. In 1912 h. was convictedof 'e husband said don'tYOII to
the charge of assaulting four girl .r me. Why I
the
more than a year 'ago organized y quit doctorIng
'Inmates of the orphanage. lIe was Michelin Tube. are '
Hemando County Cooperative Dairy ASPIRINName -. with these +
full size lit 5 ,,
Association, have now reached a daily i- sentenced to die December 20, 1912. doctors and try Dr. Pierce' Favorite eroMH- A ', i
section and are } s.
Prescription I did so, with won
output of 300 gallons of milk whichat Ills execution was stayed by appealsand therefore not ,
bottle
derful results before the first
this time, is bringing them 6Gc a "Bayer" on Genuine meanwhile he was committed to was Rntshed. 1 used throe bottles, stretched thin under +i I .4

gallon. :The average gross income of the state insane asylum! for observa also the 'Pleasant. Pellets', and have Inflation. This i u

the association is said to be approximately tion. He remained there until his escape been healthy ev since. I can advantage la especially iIIB;

$126 a day.. The dairymen a Sept. 15, 1919. The woman who highly recommnnu these medicinal Important '::il: \
t'
have shipped more than 7S.ono: gal. was with him st Tampa i III said to have to FKELY.Senil all who. need them. -MHS. 8. 0. when baying tubes ''t

Ions of milk since adopting o cooperative been a nurse in the asylum. Invalids'Motel k for Cord tlree, r t "
laic to Dr. Tierce's f a
al! .er.I"-
........i.od of marketing.The In Buffalo. N. Y, for a trial J '1 '
WHY PROHIBITION FAILS packa.ce of toe Prescription' Tablets. SMITHS GARAGE '"I"

Atlantic Coast Line railway is ----- Starke. Fla. e
If there are people who really won. I v
"""" ''' I''UWj""dIUaf''I''U'.m
"' '
A TONIC der why prohibtion fails it would be ,1

Tonic easy for them to get the desired information COFFINS & CASKETSAnd I ".- JL
drove' Tasteless chili restores I
4'
" Energy and Vitality by Purifying andS -perhaps within a day or a Full Line of !

' Enriching the Blood. When you feel itslengthening Warning I Holes you son the name two, and near at home. The news Undrfakr' Supplies
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you have for argued that
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