Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 22, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-TWO. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1921. NUl\IUEn FOitTY-THnE! : '

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I WOMAN'S CLUB MEETINGThe 'MOVEMENT TO It. II. S.SEVENTH HONOR ROLL MONTH y : FOR TilE 'REP. JOHNS AFTER --GItOWEltSltE'I'uumu- j ,

JAMES STARLING -- I ., The strawberry growers of the i t
April meeting of the Woman'sClub county are much pleased with the effort -
was held at the residence of Mrs.S. First Grade-Etholm White, Grace .of Representative JoM.. Johns to ,

STABS CONDUCTOR L. Peek on Jefferson street, Mrs. DIVIDE COUNTYIS Alvarez, Mt'rrl1I1lamll\ \ Jeannette II A FASTER 'secure better transportation facilities .

Peek, Mrs. F. A. Scott and Mrs E. T. Underhill, Cloo Shepard, Irma White, for their product. We publish elsewhere 4;

Campbell noting as hostesses for the Juanita Williams, Frank Inman.. in today's Telegraph the full
l AT DEPOT afternoon. The reception room and UNDER WAY Second Grade-Billy Graham, Merrill BERRY SERVICE :I text of a resolution introduced in the if i
How I
Futch, Florence Gill, Louise
dining room of this beautiful bung- house of representatives by Mr. Johns
I Wilson Hayes, George Inman, Lester ----
alow home were decorated with choice I. I Indication now nre that next season's -
and white in bowl DELEGATION OF -WEST BRAI Pries Robinson C.aleman'fI1iamll, SECURES ADOPTION OF lIEIOIt.IAL .
QUARREL STARTED OVER PAYING pink roses placed I berry acreage will\ bo wt'l.p\
and FORD CITIZENS HERE WEDNESDAY James Richard Wainwright, Elton TO COMMISSION\ FOR A
OF CASH FARE FOR A vases. I to tho standard of pre-war season "
Cone Hemingway, Richard i QUICKER SHIPMENT PLAN I ,
STARLING ) TO DISCUSS SAMEA LeRoy and the ,
CHILD WITH In the absence of the president need of good transportationwill
Thomas Williams, Julian Peek,
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, the meeting Long, \ be frit. It Is hoped that the@
about 11:30 when delegation of citizens from the Jr., Alice Fernandez, Hazel Adkini, Tallahassee, April 18.-Represent.
Saturday a. m., was presided[ over by Mrs. F. A. Johns resolution will bring the desired j
the eouthbound express arrived, an Scott, and Mrs. G. M. Inman acted western part of the county visited St. Elmo Struth, Pauline Dubose, ative E. M. Johns, of Bradford county; results.
t "feel Paul Dubose. this afternoon secured the adoption
to
altercation took place between James as secretary pro tern. After disposing Starke Wednesday afternoon
out" sentiment here with reference to Grade-Clara Louise Peek: by the house of a memorial to the Interstate .
and Conductor Third
of
Starling!/, Ijawtey, of the treasurer's report, report! NOTICE. OF CLEANING AT CROS-
N. R. Reynolds, of the Seaboard, I in from the chairmen of various committees county division., The delegation was Leila Des Andrews, Geraldine Kite, commerce, commission[ looking CEMETERY

which the latter was wounded by a Mrs. L. G. Powell read the> headed by Mayor Joe Hill Williams! ,' Louise Hayes. to the securing of better trans 's

knife in the hands of Starling, and club's constitution and by-laws, which of Lake Butler, and consisted of J. 5. I Fourth Grade-J. T. Watson, Es- portatiqn facilities\ for Florida strawberry .
It Is the custom of the W. T. Weeksrhnpter
Starling!/ narrowly escaped being shot was amended in regard to the det !Howard,' B. E. Brown, M. II. Markey, I telle Kendrick, Ralph Cheshire, !Iris growers. He contends that refrlgvrator U D. C., to clean the grave

to death by ;Reynolds. The events, alii for annual election of officers. W. O. Brooks and others. Brown. express'rats are furnishiu I the Confederate dead In Crosbycemetery tof
transpired I Members of ttje delegation consulted Fifth Grade B-Ruth Sternberg, the .growers of Louisiana, while tin
near as we can father, all
The motto for the April meeting have to get along each year/ Just \before Memorial -
Florida
with growers
during the day a large number Junior McDonald.
follows: was "Health, the first and best of all I : I Day.Besides.
Starling boarded the train at Law- of StarKe citizens, but there was Fifth'' Grade A-Edison Brinson, with refrigerator freight cars. This
the blessings of life. Mrs. the of the veterans
Camp-
the matter. In Lee Russell\ Be- he points out works a hardship on tin graves ,
tey accompanied by some chlidreiHe no concerted action on : Mary Wynn, Gladys ,
bell read an excellent on health all of the other at this come.A
paper graves
had not procured ticket for one I the discussion of the subject it was atrice Howe, Elizabeth Andrews, Robert growers of this state, for the reasor
and Mrs. Scott talked local health tery less in need of cleaning
on are more or -
that it takes freight six days to <)
Child\ ,, which the conductor declare I developed that sentiment in Starke Strong, LeRoy Frier. g
conditions. The Florida Food Calen- dead limbs have fallen M
was old enough to require half fare. is not strongly favorable to a division -: Sixth Grade 11-Jacob Green, Clur through to the Northern markets, many
dar distributed the club' from the trees and of the '
was
among the but that citizen Andreu Jones Elizabeth while the service given to the other some graves
Starling reluctantly paid the fare demanded I of county, !! once Elise ,
members, and attention called to Its mentioned takes their berries need Tilling J In. The streets and lot
here will not stand in the way of the Kendrick Ethel Moore. state
but used insulting language ,
excellent plans for well balanced I in general\ should \bo W1t'aned.\ \ .
the markets in three da's.The .
to the conductor than and afterward. formation of a new county consistingof l Sixth Grade A-Owen Griffin, Eugene to same
meals.A Therefore those lots and all
When the train stopped at Starke,I the territory lying west of the< '' Matthews, Sammy Sternberg, result is, lie claims, that when who owning
arc interested in this work and
and both men stepped off, Starling committee was appointed to gc range line between ranges 20 and 21. Joseph Thomas, James William the Louisiana growers ('omml'ncoIIhippinar
before the council and request strict Florida has to out of the will help, are invited to meet the cemetery .
drew hia knife and grappled with I This line traverses the county from : Brownlee, Florence Andrews, GusnU go
Reynolds, cutting him in the abdomen -' enforcement of all laws that affect north to south about midway, and \Is'' Mae Bennett, Mary Canova, Hazel business, although the crop Is not! committee with necessary implements
public health conditions, also the or- harvested.The at two o'clock in the afternoon -
regarded here as the logical line for 'I Middleton, Edna Manning!/, Thelma near
Chief Kite then came up and separated 'I dinance that requires cows to be kepi a division, if there is to be a division Snellgrove. memorial follows: Friday, April 22nd, at Crosby

the combatants. Starlin off the streets at night. The delegation that was here Wednesday Seventh Grade-Clarence Watson A ,memorial, to the interstate commerce cemetery.
During the social half hour Miss[ commission of tho. United .' MKS. I,. A. DAVIS, ;r
represented a citizens[ meetingheld Eighth Grade-Emma Andrews,
again made a rush at the conductor,
Hilda Struth, accompanied by Mrs. of America asking that the Chair num of Committee.. .
knife in hand, and the conductor then in Lake Butler a few days ago. Hugh Brownlee'Jr.Ninth Status ,
D.'C..Jones! sang "Could IT" byToS' American Railway Express: Company
drew his pistol, held it to Starling's This meeting asked for a division on Grade-rlsabel Fernandez,
tI, and "The Friends of Long Ago. be furnish the strawberrygrowers ADVENT CHRISTIAN
chest and pulled the trigger.: As luck a line following the run of New River Blanche Alderman, Louisa Diggs, required to ,
Miss Struth has a charming voice and of Florida refrigerator
would have it, the hammer snapped from the Baker-county line to a point Julian Canova. express At
Randolph school. Next
the cartridge and before the trig- her selections were much appreciate< southwest of Raiford, where the Eleventh Grade-Nellie Stearns, curs to transport their strawberries Sunday
on ,
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a. m Subject Destiny
line crosses the river, thence Paul Canova Jr. to Northern markets similar to ,
could be pulled again, Station range "
ger The hostesses assisted by Mrs. A. Louisiana.[ of Man All welcome\ ,
Agent T. J. Griffin arrived on the< It'd. along the range line to a point near Twelfth Grade-Mona Alderman. the service now given
and took the pistol from Anderson, served delicious ice Brooker, where a set-off is made to Whereas, there Is grown In the several R. D. ROWER: f ,
away
scone
cream and cake, with pink oleander leave Brooker in Bradford county, counties of the state of Florida< ,, Ifl
while Mr. Kite disarmed
Starling Reynolds,, thus preventing further blossoms as favors on each plate. which was believed to be In accord DOUGH FOR annually, many thousand bushels of BIGGEST BASS

bloodshed.The I once with the wishes of the people ol strawberries[ arId, ,


both orrthe incidient ground created and In quite the coaches a panic, i GRAND AND that In section.the discussion that has resulted DOUGHBOYS uf Wherous transporting, the only said strawberries present method by OF THE SEASON

several people trying to jump through from the visit of the delegation 1 It( carload[ lots i is I by freight refrigeratorcars !/:

the.windows. seems to be the general feeling thatIf I. which is very unsatisfactoryand
I PETIT JURY the citizens of the western part of SOLD1EJI BOYS SIGN PAY ROLL disastrous to the strawberryrrowors -
The wounded man was brought to IIIICO. TISON LANDS ONE WEDNESDAY T'
THURSDAY NIGHT of Florida, because of the
the wish[ to form a new coun-
J. Wills where the county
the office of Dr. C. WEIGHING 13 LIJS. >h
that he could I ty the eastern part should not stand l long schedule by freight refrigeratorservice
wound bound so
was ,
continue his journey up to Tampa, where I SPRING TERM OF CIRCUIT In the way of the movement, but that Last night, according to order, the and if the American Railway Theodore, Tlson is now wearing the'r

be was placed in a hospital. I COURT, A. D. 1921 the division line should not come far. members of Co. F assembled at the Express Company is not rl'quin'dlnd belt for catching the biggest bass of
ther east at point than the range armory to have the government properly ordered to furnish the strawberry the r
Starling was arrested by Chief Kite any season, having caught onn! in Hall
and turned over to Sheriff Epperson, Following Is give nthe list of grand line heretofore mentioned. The only in their possession checked up growers of Florida express refrlgera- lake Wednesday afternoon that
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who put him in the county jail, to and petit jurors drawn for the spring obstacle to following this line entirelyicross and to receive their pay. Over $4,000 tor cars to transport their[ strawber- weighed 12 pounds. and 0 ounces,

await the results of Reynolds' wound., term of the Circuit Court, to be held 'the county Is the belief that was disbursed to 101 members\ of the tics annually to the Northern markets measuring "H Inches in length and

Advices from Tampa later stated that in Starke on Monday, the 2nd day of many of the citizens of the Brooker (company, ranging from $7 for some the strawberry growers of FlorIda 21 1-2 inches In girth. This monster dr

the wounded man was out of danger, May, 1021; at 10 a. m.: district do not want to be cut off from if the new men, to $RO for sergeants. will be forced to abandon the bass weighed/ 1,1: pounds when first

and Starling, after having furnisheda Hazen, E. M. Bradford county. It is felt here that This money is paid' for a small portion growing of strawberries and the stale aught, but lost 10 ounces in weight +

$500! bond for his appearance at the Dyal, T. B. their wishes in the matter should be of a member's spare tim after of Florida will IOMO one of her largest before' Mr. Tison reached the Con- or-

spring term of the circuit court, was Harrell, Sam e ascertained, and if they are favorableto business[ hours. Enlist\ now and let and most valuable sources of revenue, I umers Lumber Company's store for t

released from custody Tuesday. Kerce, P. P. ; going into a new county, then the the government pay you while\ you therefore, be it the ofllcial weighing at 10 o'clock on ,
McDonald, A. A. -. range line maybe followed all the are being trained. You are furnished Resolved, by the legislature of the Wednesday night.

CORRECTED STATEMENT Adkins, J. E. way across. If they are not favorable free shoe, clothes, shirts, socks and tate of Florida, That the Interstate The big ones seem to bo biting at

Alvarez, R. M. Jr. t to the change then a set-off should be underwear. The training[ is good for ommervo commission of the United his time. About the time Mr. Tlson e

Tallahassee, Apr. 15, 1921. McCormick, J. S. made to conform to their wishes.It young men, and the encampment, held States of America be, and Is hereby landed his big one Mrs. Tison landed i

Editor Telegraph': note in your Redding, Morgan is understood that a mass meetIng annually in July, is an event to be quested to require and order the one that registered. 5 pounds and 12

paper of April 15, 1921, you state as Rivers, Chas. F. will be held at Lake Butler Saturday looked forward to, and extra pay is American Railway Express Companyto unccs.

follows: "Shelton Hall, chief of po- Wilson, Arthur afternoon to discuss the sub- received. furnish tho strawberry growers

lice of Lake Butler, killed Joseph C. Mizell, O. L. ject further. Those who want to enlist should and shippers a sufficient number of CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Crews in self defense at Lake Butler Brannen, J. J. apply to Recruiting Officer Turner, at express refrigerator cars to transport -

on the night of Jan. 15th. He was ex- Shallar W. H. COZY HOME DESTROYED BY Turner's Drug Store, Starko and carry their strawberry crop The city council! met in regular/ K S-

onerated by the coroner's jury, but Odom, F. P. FIRE annually to the Northern markets. RICIn April Cth with the following
C. E. MEMORIAL DAY EXERCISES Resolved further, That our representatives members
the State's Attorney thought the evi- Harper, present! D. C. Jones, chairman -
dence given that occasion not sufficient Parrish, J. P. About three o'clock monday morning In congress lie and are hereby ; S. A. Bryan, J. F, Collcy, J. W.
on of the Confederacy
\ West The United Daughters -
Neal, EdConner the pretty bungalow on "spectfully'reflut'lItt'd to use every White.
"to free him, and ordered his arrest James M. Madison street, owned by J. C. Rob- will\ conduct Memorial Day honorable means to have the Interstate Minutes of last meeting\ read and

Crews, A. L. nson, was nearly totally destroyedby exercises next/Tuesday, at 2:30: p..m., commerce commission of tho proved.[ It
I wish to call to your attention that at the high school auditorium.. order
Glover, Reuben R. > fire. UnIted State of America to Upon motion It was ordered that .
the above statement made in your paper McEver, W. T. . The building was occupied at the There will be an interesting prog- and require the American RailwayExpress the time for paying city taxes be extended "

is not a correct statement of the Denmark, P. S. time by Messrs Robinson and Kirk ram of speeches, music and readings/ : Company to furnish the to May 1st. JI ;'

facts in regard to the re-arresting of Dowling, Jesse L. /ewis, Mrs. Robinson and the children Rev. I.. W. Kickliter, a veteran of the strawberry growers and shippers of The night marshal was allowed a 'l+<' i
Mr. Hall. I beg to advise that Mr. with relatives[ War Between the States, will\ deliveran
McKinney, W, B. being away on a visit Florida sufficient number of express: vacation of eight days ",
Joseph C. Crews' father came before Powell, Luther C. at Jasper. How the fire originatedIs address; also Lieut. A. J. Thomas, refrigerator cars to transport and Reports of bond trustees, city

the county judge and had a warrant Dubose, Albert not known. Mr. Lewis awakenedby Co. E, 155 Infantry, A. E. F., will carry their strawberries annually to I treasurer and city collector were or- t

issued for the arrest of Mr. Hall\ after Addison, Mack the crackling sound made by the peak in honor of the young men from the Northern markets. dt'rf'd filed t.

he was exonerated. Therefore, I Dukes, Sebron M. flames and found that a partition Bradford county who gave their lives Resolved further, That the socro- Petitions from Baptist church, W.

would appreciate it if you will call Sapp, John B. near his bed was burning. He, in for their country during the World tary of state lie Instructed to mall n C. T, U. and B. Y. P. U. requesting

on the county judge and ask him [if Shriver, J. L. turn, awakened Mr. Robinson, and War. There will be orchestra num- copy of this memorial under the great that carnivals be prohibited from ex-

that is not a fact and if so, please Brown, 11. R. the fire alarm was given. The neigh. hers and other splendid music by some seal of the state to the interstate ihitlng( in Starke, were received and

correct it in your paper. Varnes, Jake L. bore quickly came and worked heroically of our talented musicians, Mrs. De- commerce commission of the United ordered f filed.

Yours very truly, Roberts, James M. in saving the furniture, and most Witt C. Jones having charge of thin States of America and each of our The council I ts advised that the laws

E. M. JOHNS. Krlley, David G. of it was saved. The firemen arrivedIn part of the program. "The Conquered senators and representatives In congress ,fJf the state permit carnival to

The county judge's office gives the : Sasser, J. R. a short time and put out the flames, Banner" by Father Ryan, will be give of the United States. hlhlt upon the payment of license ex-fee j

following Information: Soon after but not before the Interior was completely en as a reading by little Miss Lucile end the council I Is without
authority .
the occurrence the father of Joseph OFFICERS! OF MAY LODGE NO 10. gutted. Mitchell, and the "Answer to the WILL CLOSE roil MEMORIALDAY to prohibit carnivals In the I

C. Crews came to that office and wish- I. O. O. F. The loss Is covered by insurance Conquered! Banner" will bo recited by here they comply with the law city.

ed to have a warrant sworn out for and the house will be rebuilt at once. little Miss Hazel Middleton. There The council Mr. Hall, charging him with the kill- N. Sternhrrr N. G. will also b. other Interesting features. Next Tuesday, April 20th, being 1.
I city officials have
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In? of his son. The warrant was issued E. W TT.. ",. HEALTH NOTICE After the exercises at the school Confederate Memorial Day, and a legal 1 I...low* 'n tbs ,' , ;

l and the arrest followed.\ Jud?i' -V., .-, ..... :tary. auditorium, the graves-cf'. the veterans holiday\ the barks of Starke! will\ I they have always 4

Grt> n then communicated this fact to J. L. Peek Treasurer. To the Citizens of Starke and County: who are buried at Crosby cemetery not be open for business.W. knowingly exercised, and havesvcr

State Attorney Long and asked D. L. Rigby, Warden.J. Typhoid fever is quite prevalent inthe will be decorated with flags, wreath show permitted an Immoral -
time. There B. Kuhl of Jacksonville, was a I to exhibit in the city, forLhey
this
whether Mr. Hall was'to be held without A. Morgan, T. G. state at were and flowers. are not and '
bond to await the action of the S. A. Bryan, O. G. four times as many cases during/ The public is cordially[ Invited to attend visitor to Starke Wednesday In favor of immoral now never have been "
show
grand jury at the spring[ term 'of A. E. Wall, R. S. to N. G. March( of this year than daring March the memorial exercises. in and do everything '
I their
ONE TO HIS! to have all '
G. 1020.. Typhoid i* a preventable dis- lACK NETTLES power
L. S. to
court, or whether bond could be per- J. C. Robinson, N. exhibits conducted In
G. and the serum costs nothing Iwould CARD OF THANKS REWARD the highest t
mitted. Mr. Long, after examiningthe F. F. Stump, R. S. to V. ease moral possible.
way
evidence elicited at the sitting[ of G. A. Anderson, L. S. to V. G. advise everybody to be inoculated morning. ; -at 7:30, Jack Net. .
Tuesday
earliest We take this means of conveying
at the possible moment.W.
the coroner's jury, decided that Mr. L. W. Klckliter, Chaplain. E. MIDDLETON, M. D., our heartfelt gratitude to our many ties died at hia home, the old Willis 1 by hi[* wife and four children, John

Hall might be released from custody VETERANSThe City Health Officer. friends whose kind expressions of place, 2 1-2 miles west of Johnstown, Nettle., Mesdames Griffin Gordon, ,
ATTENTION,
by furnishing a bond of $2500. Tho sympathy made less difficult to bear age over 70. Mr. Nettles had been Tucker Tomllnson, and Levin Wilker-

bond was furnished.J. members of J. J. Dickison ATTENTIONRev. the great sorrow which Is ours. Our alllnll for about three weeks with apain I lion, and one brother, Wm. Nettles. :

been No. 1617, are requested to S. E. Idleman, D. D., peaks gratitude especially goes out to Dr. In his breast. He was an upright Burial took place at Swift Creek cem- '

Thornton, who has for years in Meat Camp,at the courthouse in Starke at at t Grace Methodist church, Lawtey, J. Jo:. Mainos for his kindness and honest Christian citizen, a story In the presence of a goodly
an efficient and popular salesman Confederate veteran and a member number of friend and relatives.) Thus
April\ 2Cth, memorial day. mlr-ht. Rev. Tdleman Is a noted faithfulness during the illness of our
J. C. Manning's store, has accepted a 10 a. m., W. T. WEEKS, speaker and has traveled in all partsof dear husband and father. nf' the Christian church, and a highly another good man goo to his re- .

situation[ as clerk with Bryan's Gro u Capt. Commanding. r the world. Come-No charge. Mrs. L. A. Duncan and Children. 1 respected citizen. lie Is survived ard.-Johnstown News.
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t I'J, 'I(I. '' .4\ \ Sheeting and Ginghams $1.50 This Overalls Sale Overalls_______ud_________-_ .89- $2.GO.Ladies'This Sale __Waists____u,_Assorted_______________ .85 $2.00 Corset Sale cover______and___CorsetThis ______,________ 1.49
: ,14' $1.50.Boys' $3.00 Ladies' Hose, Thread Silk, black and $1.00.Corset Cover and CorsetThis
j''\ 25c Unbleached 3ft in. Sheeting This Sale ---------------.----- .79 UP. Cord. This Sale __ 1.89 _______________________
t ', This Sale __________u____________ 11 $2.25 Men's Work Pants Stripe and Pin $2.00 Black and White---Embroidered------- -- Hose.-- $10.00 Men's Sale Pants, Flannel, and Serge .59

j 25c Bleached Sheeting Check. This Sale I 1.89 This Sale ------------. ------------ ..89 This Sale ______'__________________
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1 This ,Sale ___________________:____ .12 75c Hose
Men's Work Shoes $3.00.Men's PantsThis .
( $3.00 This Sale ________________________ .
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t \ 20c 3-4 Bleached Sheeting This Sale 2.06 50c Hose, Colors: Black White and Brown Sale _________-._____________ 1.Q.i)
( This Sale _-____________.;___.,----- .09 $4.50.Best Work ShoesThis This Sale ______: _____..r_______ ,19 $10 and $15 Men's Odd Coats, Serges and
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21'): n h r Sale _______________________ 2.91 Colors This Sale _____ 4.49.
I: : ': ThieSale ,___:...._-______________ .13 $5.50.Dress Shoe CHILDREN'S HOSE $10.00 Mohair Coats--------.---
r1 This Sale 3.39 ___________ _
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50c Dress Gingham ----------------------- ____ 5.19
' This Sale ..uuuh_,..__________19.50 Men Hip High BootsLADIES' 75c Boys' Ribbed Hose $2.00"Suit: Cases-24'inch
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': 5 1-2 to 9 12. This Sale uu____ 16 $6.00.Mohair Pants, Grey, Green, Stripes 1
$6.50 Ladies' Patent Leather PumpsThis This ___________
PantsThis Sale _________
All colors and sizes. $2.00 Boys' --- 3.95 '
,W"" $30 This Mohair Sale Suits._______.. _____________11.95 Sale ..___...___*______________ 4.23 Sale ___u________________ .69 Up $3 0 O.Men's High Grade Hose ''I;
: .u $3.50 Mary Janes 3_to 8 This ______ ____ t e
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$35 Flannels, Brown, Green, Colors _____________________ -- 1.35
This Sale 2.11 .
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HATS $2 00 Men's Grade
: This Sale _______________________16.95 High Hose \
:1 $2,50 Ladies and Misses' White ShoesThis This Sale _______________________ .85
I'' ; .: $50 Flannels, up-to-date Sale _ 1.89
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I I. r .. This Sale _______________________ 9.50Men's t
*- $3.00 Ladies' Work Shoes, Black
This Sale 1.93 This Sale _______________________ 26! GROCERIES
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$3 50 Straw Hats '
1.i Underwear ,$2.00 This and Sale$3.00 Children's Mary Janes 1.89 This Sale _____.*_______________*__ 2.49 Best Grade Sugar,. ]Ib.
----------------------- Men's and Boys' All Style Hats Below Cost This Sale ------______.__________ 09
Elastic Men's Drawers 24 Ibs. Self Rising Flour '
i$1 This Sale .69 MILLINERY This Sale
---*--------------- ---- Ladies Silk Skirts ------------------------ 1.19
lOc Rice, Ib
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I'>. $1 This Balbriggan Sale Underwear .48 Up-to-date 'Assortment at Special Prices 6.50 to $10.00 Ladies' Silk Skirts This Sale -----__________________ .05 '
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This Sale I __________ Arbuckle'e Coffee, lb
t $2.50 Men's Shirts LADIES'I NEEDS ------------- 4.95 This Sale
This Sale,- ___u__________________ 1.39 $9.00 Middy Suits.. Detachable, Colors Charmer -------- -?--_____"___ .24
This Sale .. ..., Coffee, ]Ib
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}' $1.25 Men's Negligee Shirts $5.00 Dresses, Ginghams, PlaidsThis -- This Sale .24
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This Sale ,6 9 This Sale 1.98 Navy Beans, lb
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This Sale ----------------------_ .63 Sale--Up from ..----.-----,_ 2.95 This Sale _______________ White Bacon, Ib
\ ',:. $3.00 Men's Overalls ,$2.25.Ladies Silk Waists $2.M.Chemises---and----GownsThis .95 Lard This, Sale ______________.________ ,16

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' ,PAGE SIX BRADFORD_COUNTY:;" _TELEGRAPH STA .KE, FLORIDA. __


I phur for red spiders which are increasing I ,=-- -..eYOU 11 I
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because of dry weather. '

Iff Bradford County Farmers I I ; don't use 33 much '

Volusia-Many farmers are spraying < as you do cf

( their watermelons under the direction . most other Baling Powders.It .

l FARMERS SHOULD ( {'TINUI= : :ra few head of beef rattle each winteron HISTORY OF THE OSCEOLA VEL- I _of the coupty agent. has more than ordinary

I; TO GROW PEANUT I their bean field, depending upon a VET BEAN l leavening= strength. You
.
1. local cattleman to buy their small! I Duval-Despite the extremely dry save about half.

Many farmers have become discouraged lots in the spring and ship the stockto A Florida Product That Has Meant weather, farmers have succeeded in
Millions to the State stands of and ,) You don't pay a big price fpr
and hesitate to plant peanuts market. With the money received getting good: corn sugar -
Calumet. It's sold at a
this due to the low prices and from those cattle the store accounts cane, bth of which promise well.
year I The Osceola velvet bean, possibly moderate price-that rep-
, market prevailing; at thin time. can be settled. .
fs poor the best variety grown in Florida, St. Lucle-One grower, who last resents another saving
that this' restrictions
remains -
The fact, however, "The increasing quarantine
I r.. peanut market is not relatively loweror has closed all outside markets was originated and first grown by the year followed the spraying schedule' You don't feel uncertain as

In worse condition that cotton or i and the cattle buyer who has a carload Florida Experiment Station, accord- outlined by the county agent, picked to results.\ Bakings never
ing to Professor John M. Scott. block of Calumet never falls
the this year from a grapefruittrees fail-because
hi
other farm commodities and of his own cattle cannot ship *
many ,''i It is a hybrid, obtained by crossingthe 3iO boxes of clean, bright fruit. below the proven standard of"Beat
a farmer growing peanuts always has tattle, let alone buying the small lots by Test."
Florida velvet bean with the Lyon
Out of this. entire number of boxes
t ,
them for feed The in
the recourse of using from the farmers. quotations ,'
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purpose, if the market will not warrant that community are so absurdly low i velvet bean. It was originated in only three fruits were found scabby. ..I III II fill pI 1 ; III'' i''' Ij Gi GiiII
I j 1008 by Dr. R. Y. Winters, at that The fruit from the unsprayed check
their.slile. fur commercial pur- that the cattlemen are becoming discouraged :
houses time assistant botanist of the Experi- plot showed'fully 80 per cent scabby I,
and the wholesale i iIt
t poses.
'I Station.
ment
I AVe are optimistic enough to believe which have sold goods to the retailers fruit. 1

that a crop BO wall adapted to our soil\ cannot collect their accounts becausethe 1, It makes more growth of leaves and It ii'i' ; j I l l I I iU I'll' ( y
hard
parents, the fruit being within Holmes-We have received three
And climatic conditions und one con- farmers! and cattle owners cannot*
140 to 150 days after the seeds were more carloads of co-operatively pur-
.
tainlng such a high percentage of nutritivc Hell their stock at a fair price and
k >lanted. chased fertilizers for farmers this
value as the peanut will ultimutely their bills. ; i
pay It makes more growth of leaves and : week. nr- h

I become one of the main staple "There area, small coterie, of cattlemen vines than do the earlier maturing va'- I 1 l 1 : _

crops in Florida.' who not only are opposing the I I1I0nN'
rieties.It NO SUCH THING AS "HOLLOW .
It is just us important to use care II. i
H.
bill introduced in the senate by
is not difficult to distinguish the "' bJ I
in selecting a high yielding strain of: i Wells to strengthen the present live Osceola from any other variety of
teed peanuts as it is in selecting a : r
law but activelytrying.o
stock are
sanitary ,
velvet beans.* 'The seed pods are larger cattle
believe have
cow from a high producing strain of: have the live stock sanitarylaw Many persons
however, being from four and *i "hollow horn" at times. This belief
\ : cattle in order to secure a prof
dairy
Wade,
repealed. Representative half to five inches in length and con- It the highest qual-
is a mistake. The horn is attachedto possesses
; {table milker hens from a high
or
,
such '
.. of Clay county, has introduced a tain as a rule, from five to seven ity into a Baking
(flock In order to secure the a bony core, which Is a prolongation ever nut CaIamee
producing
the house and judiciary A com-
bill in seeds. The pods are covered with a Powder. Contains only such
of the frontal bone. Many of thebon,11 Colcl Cab

,,1' maximum Careful egg observation production.and experiments mittee will have a hearing on it to- soft brownish-black velvet, similar to of the head have air spaces or ingredients; as have been om- Recipe

: bear out the above statement morrow night, April 18. The favorable the Florida velvet bean. The Individual sinuses, one purpose of which is to ! by United States Yolks of 8 eggs
of such a bill and enactment Food Authorities.
report than those of 1l4cupsof
seeds larger are
are El'81-
give bulk and shape to the bones with
I + find we desire to impress the Import- of it into law would 1 ba: a calam- ulatcd augar, 9t
the Florida variety, and are slightly For weeks for months it.
out adding to their weight. The fron- ,
j Y1, : unco of securing good need, true to to Florida and the cattle industry cup of water. Vj
ity flat in shape. In color the two are keeps as fresh and full of
tal bone/ hall such an air andit of
space, butter
i .ji{. type, on Florida growers this year in would rihrivt'1 up to almost ..nothlnp; about the same. s strength. the day it left the 24 cup
extends out into the cups pastry
I order to secure a higher yield with before another legislature is convened. The chief advantage of the Oaceol 0. .0 bony core over _- '.,I Calumet Factories, the World'sLargest flour,3 level teaspoons
which the horns attached. So
\ the same production expense. are ,most Sanitary and Modern
is that it matures earlier than the hollow horn is not a disease, for the Baking Powder plant Baking Powder

.1 White Spanish peanuts may be< "The losses to the cattle owners Florida. This gives it a two-fold val- horns are naturally Iollo,!. 1 It Is Important that you!! use only 1 tablespoon ofvanilla. !

planted profitably with corn and cow- will be felt in all lines of Industry. lue: ((1)) It matures early enough to Cattle are apt to have digestive: disorders etrarg tfi wheat ffour (not seTTrlsing Then
, peas' or early velvet beans, for early; mix Intboregulax
that out-
This is the first some material thn
year prevent injury to and
any and what ia often thought tb4 flour. ) pure. baking powder l If
summer hog pasture, while the sum- -- -- way.
side markets have not been opened, from caterpillars. |2. Early wish .
crop hollow horn ia no more nor lees' : you to obtain the gluten de-
's "1, mgr varieties make the best late fall. notwithstanding the cattle tick quarantine maturity means that a greater section than indigestion result of eating man eiRc by sound!" tli:-

: or winter pastures which has been in force to of the them )I
I country can grow all mouldy or too much feed, a sudden
j' The secret of SUCCCBS in growing some extent for a number of yean they can be planted and maturedbe change of feed, overloading the )I

,I peanuts for harvesting Is: Good seed, As the other states in the quarantined tween frosts, easily. ..- '. -
paunch, Or drinking stagnant water.
well drained and well soil
prepared ,
.1 area have cleaned up more territory The question is often asked: What The practicing of boring a hole Into housewife. Luther Sowell, of Brooker, was ia
of seed of fertilizerand I
plenty plenty I
each and some of them have been has the Florida Expt'rlment'Station: "
year the horn core and pouring in such In. Write the Home Economics Depart this section Wednesday
where needed and
clean lime cultivation. rapid, entirely released from quarantine, the''I,:I done for the farmers of the state A gradients as turpentine, vinegar, liniments ment of the Calumet Baking Powder I Miss Lydia Groover is attending the

S )' live stock industry has developed in' full .and complete answer to that black pepper, common unit or Co., 4100-28 Fillmore St., Chicago, pormal at Brooker.A .
The should have
1 I peanut crop a place their boundaries and naturally the question would bring to attention i a I other such mixtures, is not only'useless III., for full particularsregarding the daughter was born to Mr. anti

s in a systematic crop rotation on near- cattle owners did not want to have multitude of valuable discoveries, the I I and cruel, but also dangerous book and how to secure it. Mrs. Charles Kelly Sunday night.

I,I k ly every farm in the general farming their good stock menaced by the cattle development of the Osceola velvet I
1 section of Florida.Bulletins Often such agents will cause an Inflammation -
fever ticks on Florida cattle, 110 bean being one case out of hundreds of the membrane lining BRADFORDBradford PINE HILL

, .' "containing specific Infor- had their legislatures make more that could be given. The estimate*
y the air space, or they may produce I
1 rnatlon may be had on application tot
drastic regulations governing shipments value of the 1920 velvet bean of
crop abscess formations within this April 22.-C. M. Andreu
the Experiment Station the Agricultural cavity. Pine Hill, April 22.-Charlie Cone!,
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or
t I" of cattle from quarantined areas '
Florida has been estimated at $7,500-
and son, Sumner attended church al
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Extension Division, Gaines When your cow appears dejected, of Midway, spent the week-end with
vllle. through their tick free areas. 000 by government officials. lacks appetite, shows weakness, hair! Miller Sunday. relatives and friends in this section.

The. live stock sanitary legislation loses its lustre, skin becomes tight N. G. Hayes, Sr. attended the fu- I Mr. and Mrs. Edd Lewis and children -
should be watched by all interests I In COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS
SAVE CROPS FROM UOBimUS and unpliable, horns feel hot (Indicat- nera of L. A. Duncan at Lake Butler of Ziff, spent Sunday with.her
Florida and enthusiastic rapport given -
ing fever) or cold (indicating deranged Saturday I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greene.
to strengthening the present law Santa Rosa-Many farmers are taXing
: (For the Telegraph) circulation), you should call i A Mabry Harrcll. of Jacksonville, Messrs. A. B. Surrency and J. E.
the amendments introducedby precaution of having their hog
14 through spent a few days of last. week with
graduate veterinarian if is avail-
i one Clemons were transacting business In
1 Every farmer has noticed how, in i a .
1 Senator Wells, he concluded.- inoculated against cholera.
his parents Mr. and fars. W. M. Har
t E;, dry time, his plants along the fences, Times-Union. able. Brooker Saturday.Mr .

sit when trees and bushes grow' thickly; Interesting .If a veterinarian is not to be had, rell. / .and Mrs. John Harrell left Sun-
succeeded
Bay-Have in forget about hollow horn and glve'thi Raymond Hewitt, of Worthington,,
just outside stunted and starved
are day for their home at Raiford. Mrs.
< GARDEN the
commissioners to
VEGETABLE the
KEEP TilE county extent was a caller here Sunday.
This is because cow 1 pound epsom salts and from !2
the roots of the trees, Harrell had been spending several
COMING that they have bought spray; aromatic Mrs. J. V. Edwards was shoppingin '
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to tablespoonfuls spirit;
vines and bushes extend far into the
the in days with Mrs. Craws.
field and rob the plants of moisture. pump for agent's use giving of ammonia, in a quart of water, as n Brooker Saturday. Lloyd Johns was in the Watermill
demonstrations. We
There is no basis for the, idea that spraying are drench. Feed nourishing feed Mrs. John llarrell
The remedy for thisvis to cut down all for only returned to her section last Wednesday morningMrs. .
vegetables cannot be grown in Flor- campaigning a co-operative! sweet such ground oats cornmeal mid- home at Raiford
after visiting
growth outside the fence for II'space house. a Sunday A. L. Greene returned home
Ida during the hot lIummer months. potato storage dlings and bran. Allow the animal teat < her sister :Mrs. James Crews for
!', 'Of GO feet at least, but no large tree Sunday, after staying a few days
In order that have a continuous -
we may much feed possible several
as as days
should be allowed to stand nearer the Gadsden-This week we have giveneight ; green with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Rimes
vegetable supply through < A good tonic powder such as powdered Mrs. Dave Dukes of
than 100 feet from the 'fences.Sometimes communities the benefit of our Worthington of Lake Butler. Mrs. Rimes has been
Bummer, it is necessary that we take nux vomica, 2 ounces powdered spent the week-end with her -
x this cannot; be done, because moving picture show. ; daughter seriously ill but is better at this writ-
stock of what we have already grow- gentian, 2 ounces powdered ginger, Mrs. W. H. llarrell.
the owner of the field docs nol _____ ; ing. .
own the surrounding land. In Much ing in our gardens. These vegetables 2 ounces; 'sodium bicarbonate, 2 oun- Seeber Edwards was a visitor to
a which will be should b<' Pasco-Corn and legumes are pop- R. II. Greene spent the week-end In.
depleted
soon
ditch two feet ces; may be given for a week or.more Brooker Saturday.
case
a deep
narrow ular crops in Pasco this year. Th Jacksonville where he underwent an
t. f dug along each fence will answer for replanted or others should be planted after a digestive disorder. One tablespoonful Mrs. Annie VVilloure is visiting relatives -
sugar cane acreage has been materially operation for ah affliction of the head.
to take their places.
then the roots of the wild growth are increased that of last'year. of this mixture should be in Palatka. lIe '
i Summer over is able to be at home now.
cut off. What to Plant .in Early given three times! daily in feed or ina Frank Harrell of Raiford, spent the Messrs.
Johns
Green Lloyd J. E. Clemons
beans
The Stringless Pod snap pint of water as a drench.A week-end with ,,relatives here.
r ; shade thrown by a close growth o.lIcl'ola-Cueumbera and potatoes and A. B. Surrency were in Brooker
Sicva butter beans be planted
of trees is also Injurious to the cultivated may i are being marketed by the carloads, 0.. W. Barry was a business visitorto Monday.Mrs. .
butter beans will bear al'summer
The
plants. The roots of the wild now. the market for the former being good. HOME COURSE IN DOMESTIC Brooker Saturday. Arrie Colsoh and daughters
and ,
trellis
trained
if
on
a I Ikl'pt
growth not only rob the plants of cultivated.It i Spraying for citrus insects is being SCIENCE We are glad to report Mrs James Iva and Virginia, Miss Pearl Greene

moisture, but also of fertilizer. done extensively. Crews slowly Improving at this writ
In is not too late to set out collard "Twenty Lessons;; ; in Domestic ing. and brother, Dave, were among those
ten-acre field surrounded
a by
1 plants. Marion Cole Fisher has i attentng church at New River Sunday -.
n heavy wild growth, more than halfan Walton-Cooperation is bringing Science, by Remember preaching services here .

acre, along the fences, is lost to Brabham or Whip-poor-will cowpeas much success to this county. recently been received by us for re- next Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and
Mrs.
A. B. and
[ should be planted, if the seed view. Surrency
C.
robber J. Willoure'was business
trees every year. This should a visi-
., not be tolerated. If the growth can- are obtainable. Both these varieties Lake-During the week I sprayed This is a complete advanced course tor to Worthington Friday. Lucian Hazen attended the fish fry

or'aditch are good but the former Is earlier.A i five watermelon fields total of in domestic science and home economics Sumner Andreu near Brooker Thursday night.
not be cut down, dug, at or a was in Brooker on
few bills of cucumbers (Klon-':, Lee and Fred Green spent SundayIn
least a furrow, as deep as possible 190 acres, in demonstrating how to boiled down to meet the require- Saturday.

should be run alonathe fences, and dyke), watermelons (Tom Watson! ),, control anthracnose. > ments of the housewife and the stu News reached here Friday that Hubert Lake Butler.
cantaloupes (Paul Mr. Clark, of Starke, spent part'of
squash (Pattypan) ,
all\ the Edwards of
roots the plow cannot break, ) dent.The Tampa, while In a
should be cut with the axe. Hose), and pumpkins will yield surprisingly Putnam-Potatoes are being ship- entire course consists of twen- car accident was seriously last week in the Pine Hill section, repairing -

H. E. ,.. if given half a chance. ped from this section at the rate of ty practical lessons-one hundred having; both legs fractured. 'injured'i stoves.M. .

-'- London Purple eggplants are good'or ) 60 carloads a day. pages filled with the most valuable Information many relatives and friends here who A. Clemons, of Brooker, was ia

summer conditions and may be the housewife can our section Saturday.
SWAT TIITICK -='- possess regret to hear of his accident and

planted quite late in the summer. Citrus-It has been estimated thaton -heretofore taught only in domestic trust he will soon recover.

"The business in Florida No garden should exclude peppersand an average, crops of this county science schools.Do CROSBY CAKE
men
are okra: have been increased about 150 percent you know the relative value of Crosby Lake, April 22.-Mrs. T. N.
beginning ZIFF
to realize that the cattle
fever tick quarantine affects their A few rows of Country Gentlemanor over last year, both as to acreage food, which fruits to use for cooking, ,Norman returned to her home In

Stowell's Evergreen sugar corn and condition. what salads the cor- Jacksonville Thursday, after spendIng -
t bank accounts even though they do ) purpose serve, Ziff, April 22.-Mr. and Mrs. Red-

not own any cattle," was the statement should be planted every ten days till rect use of condiments, about proper dick Thomas are all smiles over the several weeks here. She was accompanied -

made yesterday by one who has well into the summer. o.rana-e-CitruIlIItJ'OVea are In excellent kitchen equipment, about U. S. government ; I arrival of a fine girl, born Saturday, I home by her little sister,

condition. Much spraying in bulletins, how to reduce the Iris McRae.
April 16th. i
j, returned from a trip through the I .
state. FIN LEV.FOREMAN being done for disease and insect con- high cost of living, how to promoteand : The patrons of Ziff school met at

rol. protect your own and your fam- I D. not; jht.
the schoolhouse
"The
retailers of groceries and dry Saturday and the following -
Mr. Eugene Finley, formerly of ily's health, how tb make housekeep A single guilt-lit! thought turn"*

__ fowls In the outlying communities usually Starke, and Miss Harriet Foreman, Dade-For two years I have triedto ing simpler and more economical andpleasant men were elected as trustees: "MTeonar Is th" most perfect prayer.

\ Boll on credit nine months in of Jacksonville, were married in Jacksonville : get truckers to put in flood gates by utilizing modern science Messrs. Charley Kelley, James Pad- -Lt'lIlIlnll'
I the year and trust to luck to get their gett, Levy Prescott.
the of land to overflow
April 18th, in presence and pumps on subject In the home. 1

money when crops or live stock aro a few relatives and friends Rev. F. B. which is used almost exclusively for This book, we note, I is priced at $2 Wallace Thigpen spent Saturdaynear No Worm Ia a Healthy ChildAll

marketed In one community there of Starke, performing the cer- winter truck. At least two men have Smoker with his brother-in-law. children troubled with Worm be'.. an m -
Johns !
,, and from w1'\t "'e undor-
several per copy Clyde Sw.MeR Mllhycolor.,wlilcn Indkauu.
are: small farmers who fatten > poor htcod.nd u a
emony. tried this with the result that their stand it contains a complete $100.00 mle there Ie mote or low taom.ch dhrmrbus.

,r The new-married couple went on a Tops were saved during the last heavy college course, condensed, and it is III'S.' i* R. Gainey, R. 1$. Rigdon (;anu '* TASTELESS. CHILL TONIC given rwirlr -
Colds Cause anti Influenza and Ellery Thomas fat two. three i
Drip Misses Rhoda and wwk will enrich the blood
wedding trip and on their return rain. Now, many other such systems -
practically free to every Interested Lomie Improve th.dl ..Uoii,sod act a'a 1.ISt..tttb. k
I LAXA11VE6rOVOQUIMNETthkt.wmovehrceu.e. !: : home stopped over with relatives in are being Installed. Thomas motored to Hampton ..oinl Topic to tb*whole mum. Nature will hum
. The r., la -' "U). .
e one 'lulnlne.E.
y vino Sunday afte1'llOOD.Miss throw off
dlnpel the
.. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Woodardrave or worms.aad the Child will b*
W GKOVt:9 ;S'BTI: on hex Sou Starke. III i perfect iieaua. PIDt to take 7So per boulo.
: an ice cream supper Saturday ) Alachua-Hogs and staple crops are Mary Mott, of Hague, is the)

"And There Wasn't the Slightest! night and a dinner Sunday in their the popular things with the farmers Dodson' Liver Tone guest of her sister, Mrs Rosa Kelly, "Rata Palla Up All Other Food For

4; Smell From Dead Hats" honor. They left Sunday evening for ot this counfy., although truck acreage for a while. One Meal of Rat Snap*

Writes John Simpkins, farmer of Jacksonville, where they will make is not small. I Drs. Tribble, of LaCrosse, and Russell Their first meal of RAT SNAP is

Annandale, N. J.i "Rats were costing their; future borne. Their many'riends I Instead of Calomel of Brooker, were professional heir.Iast. Kills In a few minutes and

me hundreds yearly; tried dogs!: ferrets wish them a long and happy I I Madison have just delivered 22 I II callers in our section Saturday. dries up carcass.Ruts killed with RAT

poison, could not get rid of them married life. I club pigs to club members. One carload I Calomel I. quicksilver It attacks Eugene Crosby, of Brooker, was in SNAP' leave no odor, RAT SNAP

Bought $1.25 peg, of RAT SNAP ((5 of fertilizer, bought co-opera- the bones and paralyzes the liver. Your our section Sunday. cornell in cake form. Break into small

cakes). Used half, not a live rat Who Cared ively by farmers of this county, saved dealer sell each hnttltt of pleasant, J. B. and H. E. Thomas, S. L. Pre,,' pieces, leave where rats travel. No

,L einco. Dead ones aplenty I like RATSNAP Queen I'llrnbi'th, It Is'till lei, possessed I them $338. harmless Ironclad"l)od on'i Liver Tone" under\ cott, W. L. Thigpen.and R. P. Lewis mixing with other food. Cats or dogon't *

after killing rats it'r .'!IIIlIlI nt one time. I an money-back guarantee thut were among those attending to business -
because fiR many ax gowns' It will regulate the touch It. Safest, cleanest, Burnt
/ liver stomach and
loaves no moil." :a .ulitit, the rU-Iiout' stuffs., Polk--We have 2> to SO per cent of in Brooker Saturday
'r dries ,them up- I All were in boweu hotter than calomel, without rat and mouse killer. 3 sizes, SGc,
fli% sizes, 85c, C5c, $1.25. Sold and guarntoed rlnmHtlui) l l.,,<>o. embroidery Rill.. Due the citrus crop still on the trees. Some sickening< or salivating: 'ou-lll million R. B. Thomas made a business! trip 6Gc, 125. Sold and guaranteed by

Jonc.-Adv. meld. growers are spraying with lime-sul bottle* nuld. to Brooker Saturday
D. C. D. C. Jones
by I I $tarke.Adv.iF .

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LAWTEVLawtcy I[ Miiises Florence Hall and Eloise : A BIRTHDAY DINNEROn telephone to every nine persons. During !'J No, not in stock, but ; i; ,

Owsley were visitors to lIamtpon on'I' the past year and a half more new to Jacksonville for a set and !I i

April 18.-Mrs. George': Saturday afternoon. I Sunday, April 10,, Mr J. I. Du- telephones were installed in American down on next train. I '

I base and family of Dukes celebratedhis homes and ofllccs than are in usethroughout I Got to buy of I
Chuey:: of Ocala is a guest of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May and little a pair mules \
i seventy-fifth birthday. Mr. Du- Great Britain. America a double Can I
E. D. Sayles for few wagon. you
a days eon, Wilson of Cyril and Mrs. T. M. +
bone is the eldest gentleman in hit has only one-sixteenth of the world'spopulation them >
R. R. These business visitorto
was a lagan of Hampton attended church |I
I the father of but ttfo thirds of : We a
Jacksonville Saturday.F. neighborhood. He is nearly will order the double
here Sunday and were dinner guests (
M. Tracey moved here last week at the home of Mrs.-John Phillips.S. !: twelve children eight boys and four tho world's telephoning is over the come down with tho harness. '
girls and has had the pleasure of 24,000,000 miles of wire in the Amer meantime we will look
up a )
from and has
: Macclcnny opened up a Woodard and daughter Jan! I
drug store in the rear of the postoffice were visitors to Hampton Saturday.Mrs. seeing each of them married and set lean telephone system. I' mules for you. I will take the !

building I tied. Each of them are still living, The American telephone systems up with Mr. Jones. I am sure I I
; King of Palatka, visited her
W. E. Torode and family were visitors daughter Mrs. C. J. llerringto'n, during -' the youngest having passed his twen which in the extent of its public service I find some thing: to suit you : 1

to Kingsley lake Sunday. the week-end. ty-sixth Birthday, and is the father of I has no counterpart anywhereluts will be in in a few minutes
'
Harold Pearce visitor to Jacksonville three boys. been built out of the savings of Well, I'll be in tomorrow. See I
was a
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Miss Lillie Lee returned to her homeat
:4 Friday. Mr Dubose and wife celebrated hundreds of thousands of thrifty*men you can do for a team and ;

; Lakeside Sunday afternoon after their golden wedding the 21st of July and women. We will take the stove today.
C Noah Butler returned to Jackson- I
IA t three _weeks visit at St. Augustine.
,.' Lville the first part of last week after 1020.: having each of their children -'- run around town a spoil; and 1
Dr. and Mrs. Fortner Mr. and Mrs. ,
upending and their families present at this oc back before you go out. Don't
week with relatives near
a
Cason and children of FARMERBR(
Melrose motored
the mules. Get
f Lawtey. casion. This was an occasion that good ones, spot i
ever here Sunday and attended
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and children church.W. very few couples have the pleasure of GRAHAM
relatives celebrating.Mr. This Is the place right here beside
of Jacksonville, visited
W. Packham and family were Dubose is of high spirits and '
as the Bradford County Bank. Some
in Lawtey Sunday.Mr. visitors to Waldo Sunday.The has the energy to work as an, ordinaryman hardware store ehT i Graham April 22.-Carlos
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lowery and lit- crops of our section are look- of Brooker was a business '
of thirty-five or forty.A
tle son, of Jacksonville visited rela- ing fine and a much needed rain fell Mr. Snyder meet Mr. Bradley an.11 here this week. i (
long table loaded with many Mrs. Bradley new comers just I lo ,'
tives in Lawtey Thursday. upon them Sunday afternoon. O. W. Dyal and son, Truby i
good things to eat was prepared under hero out Brought
eating our I
; way.
Julius Eunice of Sanford spent Sun- Friday afternoon a party of boys, business visitors to tho '
a large oak in the yard, this being them in to get supplies. Mr. Jones
day with his family here.J. conssiting of John and Bill Hall Cal- Wednesday. '
Dubose in-
the noon hour. Mrs. not In'Not '
D Randall of Orlando was look- vin Triest and Samuel Woodard wentto Green Call, of Waldo! was a !
I vited the guests out to'enjoy the in just at present Can I wait
ing after property interests in Law- Santa Fe lake fishing, returning I I bountiful'spread.. ? ness visitor here Thursday.C. :
tey first of .the week. home Saturday'afternoon. Did they t on you D. Roberta was a business .

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Green of catch any fish! Nol! I Dinner being finished they gatheredin Mr.; Snyder is tbe general manager to :Starke:; Thursday.D. | !
I the house where music and singing when Mr. Jones is out. lie will do as
Jacksonville visited relatives near Mr and Mrs. J. V. Jones of Hampton J. Byrd was a business >)> fs\
was enjoyed. About six o'clock well by you as Mr. DeWitt C. Jones,, \
Lawtey Sunday.J. motored through our town Sunday to Hampton Friday. \
served after which they but and that (
supper was for they have one price
J. Byrd and family of Maxville afternoon. Messrs. Albritton and Day, i
departed wishing Mr. Dubose many is the lowest.
spent Sunday in Lawtey at the homeof Sunday afternoon a crowd of the ker county were business I

his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. young folks met at the Christian more happy birthdays. Them newcomers want to look at our town Friday. )
Those who enjoyed this pleasant occasion -
cook stoves first busy. They
Bjrrd church and had a sing.' so get Miss Qnie Graves is visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Dubostt will want big bill and it is a
Justice C. R. Sapp was a business quite a tives and friends in '
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dubose and t
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WITH THE LEGISLATURE were, cash deal so do the best you can. week.
visitor to Starke Wednesday.
family Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dubose -
,: We are just' getting in a fresh line ; \ ;
W. H. ,Burt was a business visitorto of Ft. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mrs. Jake Roberts and little 'I
(
White of cook stoves. You these
Macclenny last week. The dog question is one that will I I see aro Hugh Ilrinson returned Friday
Douglass and family Mr. and Mrs.
and material and Rood e
is not down in this state. Every legislature frood heavy
Charlie Miller of Jacksonville W. R. Dubose Mr. and Mrs. L. G. KlnKsland, Ga., where she hall
and
weight. We have cheaper lighter
spending this week in Lawtey.Ed passes a dog law, but those Dubose and family of Dukes. visiting her'parents for the
will last much
but these longer
Rowe and family moved here who clamor for it at each session stoves months.

from Jacksonville last week. seem to be unable to pull the governor HIGHLANDHighland and hold the heat longer. Mrs. Gladys Strickland and (

to her to their of thinking.The I like the looks of this range. It's
Miss Ruth Skipper returned over way
April 22-Mrs. J. A. Starling returned to her home in Waldo
home in Live Oak last week afterspending last session passed stringent dog was a business visitor to Starke about the same as I had back home. urday.

a week or two as the guestof laws, but following in that respect Wednesday I don't want a cheap stove. Messrs. Will Jones David : :

her sister Mrs. Everett Burney. the example of Gov. Gilrhrist it was I I Gilbert Barker was transacting bus AH right. Now you pick out what E. J. Murrhee, Hob Surrency and .
Catts. This session will want and I'll make a list anl
Miss Lorgie'Loadholtz of Jacksonville vetoed by Gov. you
I'revatt. business visitors ; ,
iness in Jacksonville Wednesday were
visited relatives here Sunday. will first have a try at passing the when you are through I will make H : : ;:: ; :
Messrs. Lon and Melvin Prescott county seat Saturday.A ::
Champ Green and family of Jacksonville law over the veto of the late governorand I' motored through and spent Wednesday liberal discount on the bill. crowd of folks enjoyed a I ,
if it fails in that it can take an- Will this stove will do for a starter
visited relatives near Law. with relatives in Jacksonville. at Sampson lake Saturday. ; i : ;:: : ;:
other chance by introducing a new '
tey Sunday.Mr. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and daughter, Truby Dyal was a business ,
and Mrs. G. B. Teston and I How about enamel ware' ,
bill.The Winifred were shopping in Jacksonville to Waldo Saturday.
daughters of Jacksonville\ were the senate was on the order of sec Monday. Yes, here we have a full line and it Miss Efllo Edmondson of : ( )

guests Sunday of' Mrs. Susan Tes ond reading of bills for a time Friday ;!i Mr and Mrs. Owen Marr, of Mime, is good.Well spent Sunday afteiiioon !!

ton. morning, passing among others on' arrived Sunday for a visit with rela allow, put all these down. cousin Miss Lois Moody

this order the bill providing for the tlves. about plows Mr. Snyder Miss. Onio Graves returned : ) ,
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TIIERESSA of births. President Me- Yes, sir. Here is the two horse Oliver
reporting Rev. E. D. of Lawtey Jacksonville Sunday.
con
Boyer '
Bill No. 1 the steel beam, and the Brlnley Steel ; ,
Williams signed meas-
ducted services at the Baptist church Rev. Dock Crews of Long
22.-Rev. C. J. Beam lighter but a good plow. Hero
Theressa April ure providing authority for the treasurer preached here Sunday. I
Lake filled his I Saturday. is the Dixie and other light one-
of
Bruner City appointment to members and attaches of
pay II A. A. Crews spent Saturday in Walter KilmonclHon, 'of i
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horse We have handled all of
here at the Baptist church the legislature their salary. It ( plows.
Hampton with his brother R. L. was a visitor to our burp(
Saturday and Sunday. ries an appropriation of $50,000. 'ar-I I Crews.L. theMe plows for a long time and car- .ernoon. .

Messrs. P. M. Geiger and Ben Hall ry all repair parts in stock '
I W. Wilkinson and Rev. J. L. tensile Parker and sister 57
business visitors to Waldo Friday i, Which would you advise, Mr -
were LETTER FROM LAWTEY BOY '
attended church
Strickland left Monday for Tallahassee of Tirooker
returning home Saturday after Brown T .
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where they have business before Sunday. afte1'0 'I
As are going to use a two multi
you
noon. Miami Fla., April 11, 1921. Marvin '
the state legislature. Ogden was a
Samuel and Percy Woodard were Bradford County Telegraph, team I think the Oliver is about what .
Miss Pearl Strickland and brother Sampson Saturday.Our ,
visitors to the county seat Tuesday you need.
Starke Fla.
of Kingsley lake the enjoyed a chicken
Clayton were folks .
All right, Oliver it is. Now a two
afternoon. Dear Sir: guests of friends here Sunday. Friday night at the homo of .
Messrs. B. C. Owsloy and C. J. Her- You will please find enclosed mv horse disc. Graves. The Blues I
,
ringtoh were among the visitors to check for subscription to the, Telegraph Here It is. Hf'dll. the Reds winning the l
No Arguments.Any
That looks good to Now*a steel
me.
Hampton Saturday. as I do not want to miss a copy
war experts >n this oommunt- just over. Thorn present were I ) 1
who has closed homoto harrow some hoes and rakes forks :; r ;: : :: : :
Miss Beadia Croft of it, for it 4s like a letter from tyr asked the new arrival. "No." answered lames: C. B. Roberts, Odell. \ : 1e
her of school at Coleman and week. I proud to shovels and that Is about what. I will
term ; me every am say tho kLUvi "Ci'o'ro all toll r- lobby Surrenoy Chosley FORK,

her sister, spent Saturday night and I[ am a Bradford county boy and will bul friendly *4ie>vcaTjcut: : !' want. Mattie and Minnie Ogden,
is
Sunday here at the home of Mr. and never go back on it, for I know it is ----.---- Got. any double all leather harness* Byrd, Kqullla Dixon, Edith : i'
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Mrs. M. Hall leaving Sunday after all right.I AVnTC.Vfl TEMTTIONKACITIEVSMENTS: : : Leta Linnie, Leoln and Lillian !! I\, L''t

noon for their home in Lulu. am employed here on the city fire : / naaaDczaaanaaaDEI Note Dowling of Mayo Messrs 1 1

and daughter, which has the distinction I
Mrs. D.V.. Moore department aa and Leroy Wasdin, Wilt Jones,
Starke Tues the bestequipped in France has not as many telephone
Daisy, were visitors to of being one of and Clarence
a
a Reynolds, Henry
the South. I often wonder why Starko an Chicago. Greece has not as many ::

day.Arthur Bennett has returned horn does not provide {itself! with a triple telephones III some of the largest the g I Indigestiona =g= Inll'Kelt Dyal Dewey and and Marvin K. B.Oirden.Murrheu tr;:

American office\ buildings, says
from South Florida for a visit with combination truck which is equipped Mr. and Mrs. Morgan / !! : d

his parents Mr. and Mrs G. M. Ben with a rotary pump chemical and Starke Telephone Co. All Europe has Many persons, otherwise D Starke were visitors here: !:
one-third of the telephones that : : S
been miss only
has
hose carrier. Starke '
a vigorous and healthy, are D afternoon. ; '
nett.S. visitor to the ed fires but one fire will pay for the United States has. In twonty '
B. Woodard was a by the number of telephones has a bothered occasionally with Q Lacy Reynolds of Mayo, Is '
t county seat Wednesday. your truck at times. years Indigestion. The effects of a M
much I am increased 'fourteen fold. In tARO a ing( his parents Mr. and Mrs. I : : : l: I w
Col. Odom will preach a sermon at Wishing you success disordered stomach on the ZZ Reynolds. ,

Hope Hall Saturday night at 8 o'clock Yours truly, there was only one telephone there to is one a a system are dangerous and a There: < will be a box supper I [ ) \, ,
O. J. PHILLIPS. thousand persons. Today a IndlfesD
Everybody invited to attend. prompt treatment of night April 2!>th, at the ,

Q" Uon Is Important. "Th only QD church. Everybody, invited. / 1
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medicine 1 bare needed has M
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmlDlD )GCfDl1HOOmmmrDIDIJIOOJIOO1( !mDlDRtfDCJQt ( ) been something to aid dues Misses fquilln; Dlxon and .
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.. -.J'-- liver Q .. ..
D tlon and clean the tfurthee were appointed "
rash wti7isoi..w a writes Mr. Fred Ashlar, a aa he State Christian Endeavor I ,

DflBuy "My McKlnney.medicine Texas Is farmer. HS Ion in Gainesville May 0-8. "

Your r? .

Millinery1 l t Thedford's' oBLACKDRAUGHT Miller April MII.I.EK 22.-Uoland/ : :


viwitud friends and relatives In !:!!

WHERE STYLE IS UP and PRICES ford Saturday. and Sunday.

I 1>1'. MuiiK-H, I
Q for Indigestion and stomach g J prnfeHHlnmil 1 visitor here last :
ARE DOWNLadies 5J2 trouble of any kind. I nave JJJ W /II. Fenirlc of Bitch Springs

a never found anything that ElQ the guest of Mr and Mrs. II. C. :
I touches the spot like Dlack- iffZ lets Sunday. .
Draught. 1 take It In broken JZj
a doses after meals. For a long ElQ Soeber. : Stokes' was in Luke I

time I tried pills, which grin. Q Friday on business : : : : "
of this community have a rare opportunity to secure millineryof Qed and didn't give tbe good Mrs. H K. Miller and son, .. l '
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liver :: :
Black-Draught
without paying the exhorbitant prices that are *o attended the funeral! of L. A. 1> I
( a very high grade Q to medicine ket.y, Intxpeuslva Is e81l/ to lake, easy MM JM ot Lake Butler Saturday fi

heavy a burden. Gt a package from your J2 Rev.JC. K. Joyner (tiled/ his : ; : : I ;: ;: : : :

e 5 druggist: today-Ask for and ** merit at tho Free Will Baptist !

We realize the urgent necessity for stimulating buying by the only D insist "upon Thedtord's-th* DSooly Saturday and Sunday. ? '"

without the quality of the genuine. Q Albert Miller who has been
means possible-keeping prices down lowering It today. QjDEI played in Tiiaipa, is visiting his (

goods. To meet this contingency we have cut our profits in two.. preferring eMaaaaaaalcaaaaaa nts Murray, Thomas tniule a

( to stand the sacrifice rather than keep prices up.. trip to Worthington :Saturday
loon. : :I : :: ::.r I( ( : t

This policy of ours enables you to secure the RIGHT KIND of a To Stop a Cough Quick Miss Frances Waters In vi < | I ,

take HAYES HEALING HONEY a inter, Mrs Russell Purrixh, of

hat this season at the RIGHT PRICE.GRIFFIN cough medicine which stops the cough by B. E. Drown made a ) )
and irritated tissues.
tealing the Inflamed t.o Lake Butler Saturday
A box: of GROVE'S OPENTRATESALVE : ,
J. L Brown and family
Head Colds and
: for Chest Colds : -
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of the funeral of I/ A. Duncan I

MA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve :
& JOHNSSTARKE should be rubbed on tbe client and throatof day.II.. C. Peeples was a recent : : '

children suffering from a Cold or Croup. visitor to Lake Butler.
Ton' h *lln rffm of ItarW Hn*lln< Honey In-
able. the : nnmbllHtd with tho hollo. era oft N. H. Stokes visited) friends +
:.rove. '. OHoo-fraM &,.. through tin pom olu relatives in Suwannpe. and . )
FLA. > skin MOO Mow_b. ; :
Roth _...Bra packed In ooo carton cod the counties last week.
'>Ci coat of to*combined IrMUntnt la Mo.wJiut .
Misses Man..l and Pearle i
I ask your druggist for HAYES"tllA.UNG :
rC t DIC/DlO d> D( ID i : HONEY. were in lake Butler! Friday tea %4

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APRIL 22: 1921.
, PAGE fOR tllnnmn CfltTNTY TFLRfRt: TArKFu FLnuma I'RIDAY, "


re' advertisements mentioned will bring 'I called upon two grocery merchants brother of Attorney Thos. W. Field. t DEATH OF MISS HELEN.. IHGGS, 1:

iH fluiuIi l.LUntj' l c cgr,1Q. a rt'sult.- all Telegraph ads dl- but was Informed that they had "gone lug, of this city and frequently VIBit. i ,I A cetylerief

and our own merchants have surrendered -: flehin' ". Three of the dry goods mer- ing this clty.-.Galne.v\1le\ Newa. 'I, Miss Helen Diggs, daughter of Rev. ,

It, Published weekly-and entered as business to the city firms that I chants could not be found except than, -- and Mr-a. J. C. Dlg's!: died Thursday.

they could have had themselves, bad I go out to Denny's 1'031. The turpentine -I I1AMI'TO fat I2 o'clock. after a protracted m.I
second class matter, at the post I IHampton' I :
I they been more alert to their inter.eats. \ buslnea ale suspended for a i fleas.Saturday.. Welding
office at St.arke Florida.i I
April 22.-An election i
I I. I day or two. Peggy does not lecm to I
was held here Saturday for the for their
have the same crew. The garages purpose I, They left Monday
;, Eo S. MATTHEWS, Edllor..nd Owner : I'REACIIERS MORE PLENTIFUL 'cannot take on any more work for a of electing school truatees. The ,i future home in Plant City. They have

",. I I few da's. The traveling salesmen following were elected A. A. Durden.I i I a host of friends here wb wish them Broken castings made good as

Sooner 01' later an editor "gets ev- Ever since the memory of man run. I finding everybody gone have equipped J. F. Houser and A. A. Futch !! success and happlnels.I new at small expense. No Job

en" with those who have offended him neth not to the contrary, the cry has themselves with tackle and beat it for Rev Gibson, of Melrose, preached and Mra. D. W. Moore of Therena .

A case in point i. a Western editor, been for more preachers. But it now the base water. Everyone has gone lit the Baptist church Sunday morning I were shopping In town. Saturday. tob large to handle with our

i who, through lack of patronage for looks all though the scarcity is being I i fishing, and It'. only \\n, more days and evening equipment. None too small but

f .; his paper, has to piece together a living supplied, If we can Judge of what before the contest clollel The spirit I Mr8. W. P. Dirt and children, Marvin Rev. Burke, of Wl\ldo, will preach will 'ou.to have repaired.
I, by shaving hla town.Rlen.aa well takes place all over the country from of competition bas 'gotten Into the': and Florrie Bell, spent Saturday at the Methodist church next Sunday pay )

a. disseminating newa. One day a 'conditions in Bradford county I. It sY8tem of every red-blooded sports and Sunday with friends and relatives morning and evening.Messrs. I

merchant' who never 'advertlse8 came pOllllible that the terrible crime wave men, and it isn't the prize they are ;; here. I : E. J Dowling and George

in for a ahave. "Excuse me, air," Bald I that III overwhelming the country, I.f isi after; It'a the glory and honor of defeating ,! Mr. Henry IJick. and Miss Mary : Saxon have opened up a meat mark Cut your replacement expenses

I the editor-barber, "but haven't you f to be succeeded by a wave of love and the other contestants. It's aIfair I I Jones, both of Hampton, were quietly in the pagan building on'Main street by having broken parts welded

i mistaken the place The undertaker goad will to a111 It Ja to be hoped game, dean sport, and may the ,, married at the courthouse in Starke'I this week. I In the most expert manner
Jives across the street. We don'thave that It will, for never In our land's best man win.
I I Mrs. Redd and daughter, MMI. RI- I I ,
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stiffs here. wad needed much
I history religion BO ----
N I'm not any forecaster but a bait chard, of Alacbua, are guests of 0.Ilaynee I i
:, I I aa now. caster, though I'm'going!!: to prophesy I and family this week. .
::1\\ Prohibition enforcement agents report I Almost every week ''we note the. one thing-watch the ladies of Starke I Ii Mrs. A. A. Durden chaperoned a Work Guaranteed I
rENT-A-WORD
nauseating ingredients found In name of some new preacher, and every
f j
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; next week. There i. a beautiful Split party of young people to the lake .
the mash from which moonllhine Iadistilled. church In the county has services i r I
6i .
{ I. bamboo rod, mounted with aU agateguides west of town Tuesday where a chicken t
If';,} . Lye la frequently used to Iat least once a ,,month, more often : valued at $9 which has been pilau was serVed. I -
the bite and kick the atuffwould twice and the churches !
r' produce or more, as BATTERIES REPAIRED AND
offered by James lIeddon's Sons, makers Rev. L. A. Odom, of Jacksonville,
not otherwise have, and to haa- I are not far apart, all tbose who will\ I IECIIARGEDQMITH'C
of Dowagiac tackle This prize FOR RENT-Cottage on Clark Btreet. will preach at Hope lIal1 Farm east I
ten fermentation dead pigs; chickens hear a sermon Sunday. AI.
I may every will go to one of the fairer sex who L. C. Powell 4-22-2t. of town Saturday evening at 8 p. m. -
and cat. are thrown In. We do not most church has a Sunday
every captures with rod, reel and artificial The ,Baptist\ W. M. U. will give a i
; know if Bradford county "shiners"r school. WANTED-Few more regular boarc2era. -
bait, the largest black bau. Only ten cream cake and pie'sale at the han
are up to these tricks yet, but "knowl- I There was a time when country Prices reasonable. Mrs J. T.
more days and not a single entry in Saturday, April 23rd. beginning at 2
sr'' edge" will spread, and the only way preachers, as a daaa; were lily suited wms. 4-1-41
the ladles Invited.
contelt. Wouldn't U bit a p. m. Everybody
", to be aaro from seeing green pigs and 'to fill the requirements of their high :
a Joke now if some of the fair sex would Mills Eva Williams, who ia teaching
pink kitties Is to let "lIhine" severely calling, many adopting It' because FOR SALE-Good Beed,rice at lOc A fJ
In bass and in St. Cloud visited her parents
bring a one-pound get'the ,
else quart; 60c peek. See G. M. Sis- )
P alone. they could succeed at nothing 5)
GARAGE
and their Ignorance and bigotry made prize T But this ia not going to be:the' trunk, Starke. 4-22-tf here Saturday and Sunday.W. I
r cue, as from what I call understand B. I1altan, of Jacksonville, is
While the weekly papers try to ele. l.them but indifferent workers In theLord's
all the feminine Isaac Waltons will the of friends and relatives
guest
IofI FOR SALE-Two good horses, best
rate their readers by printing the vineyard. The preachers NEAR DEPOT
I be out next week trying for the prize. stock. Sam here this week.
Apply Rosenberg,
}, more Important newl and giving use'Q the present day are better educated !
I Dill Powell is suffering from rheumatlam Starke. 8-11-U. Tom Wasdin Graham, was tram-
ful Information and advIce, many of and more liberal in their view, and 1BUY
in his arms, caused by showing acting business In Hampton Saturday GROCERIES and FEED
the dailies fill out their columns with I that they are Imbued with zeal ia '

trash, really not worth printing. One shown, because, almost to a man, they the fellows how long the big fellow -i FOR SALE-Gilmore piano. Nice LAWTEY at WHOLESALE PRICES
? of the latest pieces of sntlnesl la a give up vastly more lucrative work was who got away I IMn. case and in good condition. For

'.' picture entitled "Man 0' War Greets for the sake of spreading the gOllpel. Theo TI80n had a prize winner i iIn' sale cheap. Mn. J. C. Diggs at the Mrs. J. T. Moore In Jaekllon- w. all direct to you, sowing retailers profits sit

f;, Sunday;' representing!!: Dilly Sunday Let not our preachers call In vain; Johnson Lake last week, but the I Methodist parsonage. u: ville Monday.Mr. was being cut of L1gl rIIIt district c.. ....

#:r with his arm around the neck of a fa4 attend the services and as long as big fellow broke her rod and got away I you real .....,
j Hunt agent for the Columbian
horse. A. the horse is Joe Truby and Dill Harvard are FOR SALE-Slngle comb white leghorn ,
'4'I moue race per. they preach the word of Christ, be : Woodmen, visited In,town Tuesday. JUST A fEW OF OUR SAVING SPECIALS
fact of hit kind and Billy ill far from I not un.Chrlstian enough to neglect both equipped with dandy auto trail. eggs for setting, from heavy' Come to Grace Methodist eburc\i I i

' being a professional beauty, the latter services just because the preacher era and boats. Now' they can go to laying strain $1.60 per setting of I I and hear Rev. S. E. Odlf'man IIpeak. Corn $1..0 t

< suffers In comparison.i may happen to be of another sect Denny's Pool any time theY"'want to 15 ecga. Delivered by parcel pOIl Oats 2,10Larro
I Tonight at 8 Dr. Idleman i8 '
fl\ p. m. 11 !
than your own. Doctrinal halrsplitI without having to hunt up >a boat. J. S. McCormick, Raiford Fla. Cow Feed 3.30
noted and will be to
I This is Ideal to fish there 8-4-12t-5-20. speaker you glad Blue Rose Rice 4.50
i Mr. Futch, one of the reprellenta.I' tlnga, which kept .0 many away from an way a. hear blm.
C Lives from Lake county, I. after the the churches, are out of date and the are plenty of good lakes that are not Grits Airol.te Brand 2.30 ,
Rev. Black attended
I fished because there boats In LOST-Black mare mule, ab'otlt.S a special conference Corn Meal 2.30
small country weekly papen. lie has preachers do not let you feel like a are no

I'" introduced In the rouse a bill pro- hopeless sinner, but as a friend who tbem. old and weighing about 800 pound8'j, When at Jacksonville looks at the Monday exprell's Beet Pulp US F

.. viding that the publlshen of newlpa.pera needs guidance. A party consisting of Mr. and Mra. Reward for return or the one on Full 0 Pep Scratch Feed. 3.00 y
platform they are at once con.vinced '
In Florida shall not charge" 1noro Joe Wilson Miaa Mabel Weller, Mr of wbereabouts. S. T. Dowling, " "M..h 3.75'
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STANDING OF ANNUAL Raiford. Fla.., "-S tf. that the people of Lawtey ship F. 0, B. JACKSONVILLE
than ten percent above their commercial TilE SECOND Joe Truby and Mr. Harold Wall left .
something besIdes strawberriel. S.nd for Mon., Saving Pri.Oat cad 01..
rate for publishing legal notices.k PRIZE BASS CONTEST Monday for a week'a fishing trip In II conduct
IIEMSTITCHING-.nd attachment The Cox family will soon Duality d.oind.
The effect of the passage of the bill I the vicinity of Ocala. There are lots works picotirllf revival meetings in Grace Methodist DANESE fEED & GROCERY CO.
on sewing machine
would be to destroy some of the smal Dr. O. L. --------11lbs15oc t lot monster bass down there and everyone any ..
adju8ted. Price '2.50 church. Keep a watch for the date. 83S W.F Oft, "St J..n.lU.
'easily
1 ler newspapers and considerably boost Snap Brinson-----------11Ibs 80z iB anticipating their return I I
4the price of legal: advertising in the Lacy Wynn ____-_..___..10Ibll Box I with a prize bass. with full instructions. Gem Novelty

, y large dally papen.- Plant City Cour- A. M. Darby ------------10lbs 2 oz There was quite a lot of xcitement Co., Box 1031, Corpus Christi, I ,

ti t ter Wm. Powell ____:_____..101bs Ooz on the street Tuesday morning and I Tex. U.
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Theo Tlaon _______.____. 91bs 1'I0z' happened to Bee what rt was 'aft about.It -- .

'i ,,;, John S. Williams\ of Covington, Ga., Drew Alvarez ___________ 91bs Ooz seems that Dill Wainwright had FARM of FOR land SALE-Forty-one under acres Automobile Tires Inner

fir ), condemned to life Imprisonment for Duck Kite __________..__ 71bs12 oz planned to go fishing with a party cultivation good ; good, twenty fences acres, good dwelling -' ,
the killing of one negro, and accused Ladies Contest--------No Entries and had actually gotten out of bed an I Itwenty.one
house and outhouses land
on ;
If having caused the murder of ten hour ahead of time Strange things acres of well timbered Tubes, Spark Plugs,
his In FISH TALES do happen sometimes I
others, la now having picture land several acres of river bottom
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the papers. 1f there la any truth In "Doc" JIaynl'1I was feeling pretty There Is a bill before the House now land under cultivation and several Patches
Edgar Allan Poe's assertion, that sick last week. It wa8n't Indigestion Pumps and at
I for the protection of fresh water fish. acres with good ,timber on It. Lo I
man's temperament and Impulses do41 though they say he couldn't eat any Everyone should read ,this bill and sated three-quMrtera of a mile southwest

; pond on his facial expression then dinner It wa8n't insomnia though write to their representatives at,Tallahassee I of Sampson City, Fla. Good I'

'' Williams was not responsible for his I they say he didn't sleep. They say ithappent.d to upport It There are a water, good range and good locality MONEY-SA VING
like this Dill Powell
) 'tlons. A face indicating a cross be.tween just : few changes which could be made in'' Mall me your bid. Aa this place

a rattlesnake and a hyena a.Williams' . our heavyweight angler of walking the present bill which would give the will go at a bargain, It will pay you PRICES
fame hut-footed It into the contest
& does III to drive .
phlz apt and'prevent
proper protection to game fish to bid on i it Bids will be up June
any map to murder.NO I headquartt.rll one morning with an their wanton destruction by
s1, 1921. D. S. Jones, 420 Palm ave.,
entry in the prize bass contest with a seines, dynamite and traps. If something Sarasota, Fla .26-6t..

OCCASION FOR WORRY I specimen weighing 10 pounds. Mr 'I8n't done in this respect, itwon't RED SEAL CORD TIRES 6-ply cord
,
, A. M. Darby who has long since
be long before our fresh water
';r' The current number of the Titus- I passed out of the running for first fish will be practically extenninated. NAPIER GRASS guaranteedIfro, r 8,000 miles, ::30x3 1-2, net
prize thought it would be a good time ] .
'S edttorial
;> vllle Star-Advocate hall a marked J weight I 1711bs. Cet
: urging,: that the nine counties to play one of his practical jokes on I.. A. DUNCAN, OF LAKE BUTLER (Pennlsetum Purpurum) our prices.

p of Went Florida be gold to Alabama. "Doc" lIa'nell, ao they phoned him LAID TO REST SATURDAY I

i?; Among other things/: the Star-Advoj that Bill Powell had just brought ina Extract from Agricultural Station 4 The AMERICAN HEAVY CORD TYPE

, j : cate says baIlS larger than his prize winner L. A. Duncan, of Lake Butler, died Bulletin.
;, "Rl'ad the news from Tallahassee To carry out the joke proper, Darby at his"home: in that place last Friday i manufactured by American Rubber' Tire Co,

; J. and It'will be noted that the senators and Powell started In to increase the morning, April 15, 1921. The funeral DISTRIBUTION AND DISTORt i 30x3 1-2, 4-ply cord guaranteed (for 6,000
weight ot this entry, Two or three
I j. and representatives from the northwestern services were held at the family residence -
corner of Florida now hold bolts one small minkey wrench, one 'Saturday afternoon at four Napier grass I is a native of trorlcal ':!miles, net weight 14 Ibs., aLa .big saving.

;it the balance of power In the Florida Ford spider gear and several pieces o'clock, the Reverends' S. Proctor Africa. The Rhodesian Department r .
fl With their of Iron were pushed down in the base and J. of Agriculture has the distinction of 1.
,.,.' lelflBlature. opposition D. Major, Baptist and Methodists E We also handle Ford Tires No. 1 r Seconds
and when he was placed on the scales! at
'. and South Florida generally has It, ministers conducting the eervicca. having first introduced it into cult!
'; there will\ be no No-Fence law, nil re h. topped It at 13 1-2 Ibs. "Doc" came The funeral 'was attended by vatlon. This was about 1910. In 1913 $10 I and$ 12.

y apportionment, and 110 State-wide an- down, puffing and blowing, with ape.cullar more than a thousand sorrowing rei.atives the United states department of agriculture .
': tIticklaw." look on his countenance, picked and friends from the states ff first Introduced it into this ---

p' The rest of the state cannot be ex. up tbe. bass, turned him around, Florida and Geol'gla. The floral offerings country. Here It promleea to be valuable ENAT WILLIAMS R

"!:.> ported to dance to the pipe of South shook him, and placed him back on the were very. profuse and beauti- for planting In the extreme -_.
'':: Florida politicians all the time. But scales 'fhlrteen and a half pounds ful. South, including the entire State of

j ': there III no use arguing the matter. I'll bet he'8 got some roe In him;' Mr. Duncan had been actively engaged Florida, and a strip extending a. far STARKEl Durling Buildinglnexttodepot( : FLA.

,: There will be no sale to Alabama, and says .11m." "You bet he hall," says : In business in Lake Butler for : north a. Central ,South Carolina,

\" no No-Fence law passed by the legislature Darby, And all I said before, "Doc" the last thirty years, conducting a Southern portion of Mississippi, Tex-

this time, 110 there's the end of I didn't eat any dinner, and uldn't large mercantile business and being ax and Louisiana also portions of - - - - - - - -
(' sleep Jhat night because he thought California and Arllona. - - -
it. a buyer of Sea bland cotton in large Work with - - - - -
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pleasure; a fisherman Is one who fishes $1 per pound realizing more than time It has been grown eo"Ope1'8t1vely

ifr;, Every magazine devoted to business for fI..h. AI angler: la a sportsman 250,000 for the lot. or distributed In small Jots for plant- LevellYou

that we pick up quotes sales mana- -he loves pature' great big free out Mr. Duncan was a mall of large ing In many widely separated sections Lumber Prices Reach Low

(?; gel'S of large firma as considering ad. doors where hI can ItO and teat his heart, 'nd was always ready to help of the state i

\ vertislng a vital necessity for pro. skill against the tenacious black bass. the needy and dilltrelllled. His gen- Analysis From Station Bulletin direct from t tI
'Y motlng sales and doubly 110 In dull lie USt' a light rod, a small line and erosity was ao well known that he Napier GruB Green can now buy our mills and save $10

:M/i! times. The big concerns of the country a one-hook lure When a bails strikes was often Imposed on. but al he sail Water -____.___._____.______. to $15 I per thousand on your complete house bills.
"\: have. by close study and Investigation he does not railroad him Into the boat, h. had rather take the chance of help- :Ash ______.__._____________ 2.68 I I

.!f made selling a science, from but playa him, giving the base a Ing an Imposter than to refuse a man Protein. --------------------- 9.bN Before buying send us a carpenter bin of lumber re-

, which all guess work and uncertainty chance for his lite. And If an undersized when he might be needy What the Fiber ..---.----_.._________. 24 I I
F'' hall been eliminated. The small retailers fish III landed he gently lllips community thought of him was shown Napier Crass Hay quired and let us quote prices deliver and save you

to the contrary, eeem to be him back into the water, giving him by the more than one hundred automobiles Water .__..___.____________ 9.35 'I from $150.00uo$500.00 I

n fatalists, believing that when dull his freedom that h. may grow to put that were in the funeral cor- Ash ------.-------------.--- 9,92 on your building. I

". times come there III no rl'medy. But up 8 better fight at' another time Protein _ ._________..___..___11.36 I
r'' the puttlnit of tempting wares and Isn't It better to satisfy yourself with tege.Mr.. Duncan Is survived by a wife Carbohydrate. ---___--__--_. ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE ,

tempting prices before the eyes of the a good day's sport, feeling that you and five children three lions and two Fat _..-.___________._______ 215 I

public I. sure to entice them into buy- have played fair and square going" In daughters. The sons an Kallper G. Fiber -.------.--.-__.___.. THE PERRY LUMBER
InR. for the skill\ and science in catthlrig Duncan, who Is In his junior year in PRICES COMPANY I

t In last wpck' Telegraph were only your flllh, than to kill needlessly In order the University of Florida, and 1. A. Napier graaa joints, $10 per thou. I :!PERRY FLORIDA l I II

1 two grocery advertisements, and they to show your friends what a "long Duncan, Jr., and Thomas Eldred Dun- sand, $UiO a hundred. I II I

were inserted by Jacksonville ftrmll. IItrlng" you can bring in! Let'lI take can, both of whom are with their Napier grass roots, $50 per thousand Dressed I I

}", 'Our own merchants aver that time pride in our catchebut more pride motb..r. The daughters are 1\Irs. Garland $6 a hundred. I : Framing, $28; Flooring, $28; 'Ceiling, $18; I

are 110 dull till it ie of no use to ad- 'il\ what Wt catch and how we do it. Panlell, of Eldorlldo, .Ark., and f. o. b. Brooklyn I Siding, $18; Lath $5. .
vertlsq, Thb city men, to the contrary A. I lilt here jotting these "fishitems Carolyn, the baby girl, who Ie with Come and see the grace growIng in I

wish to remedy the evil by advertising. ," the 8tret. of Starke an al- her mother the Reid a, .1 will be glad to show you I FREIGHT PREPAID I
Is here Rot a lesson for most barren The customary crowd Mr. Duncan was quite well known around. I ILN.

our business men' No doubt the In front of l\f1tchel1' i. not there. I In Gainesville, he baring been a half CABLE:. BROOKLYN, FLA. 1 -- ---- I
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FRIDAY AI'RIL *2, 1921. BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH!:
STARKE. FLORIDA.
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,i Plant Mra. G. D. Fairclolh and
City. baby returned Saturday.John! .
Ernest, of New River motored to
r I Mr. Gadson Grifta and Miss Pearl home after a pleasant visit P. 'was }
Sapp the
guest of S.., Lake Butler
Prevatt of Highland, were marriedon with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green. S. Proctor Friday Saturday. ,
night.
1 Bits of Local the 14th insU Mr. GriO\s\ is a Rev. W. C. Armstrong spent the Messrs. O. V. and Wilshire Brook I Rev. L. A. Rawls returned home to r

I farmer and will reside at Highland. weekend at Lake Park Ga. of Providence I Tampa Monday after a visit with relative ;
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motored to
Lake Butler
1
: Information. f'liN4. 1 The ceremony was performed by Notary Jesse Cason of New River, was *Saturday. *. Rev. Rawli delivered the baccalaureate -
Green at the court house.
looking after business hero Saturday. Moss Hewitt of Worthington was sermon Sunday morning at

.... OtirL. r.1uM.N ..f LAKE BUTLER Mesdames, J. E. Maines, R. E. )Dell, transacting business in town Satur : 12 o'clock in the high school auditor-

-:__ M. c._.. eNI T_ F. A. Wise, F. G. Schell anU Miss ium and Sunday evening at the Baptist
Marshall Proctor let tTuesday for St. day.Mr.
Lake Duller, April 22.-A deep and Mrs. Preston Williams and church.
Petersburg where
they will attend
1. .- gloom of sadness swept over our town
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-- the O. E. S. grand chapter which
U. Hill is busy repairing refrigerators , I ter, Annie and Mr. Louis Jarm, of Friday morning and many hearts convenes there this week. They will \ v

for M. F. Brown and T. S. I Palatka motored here Sunday and made to feel sad when; the death an- visit friends at other places of Interest .
I
gel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wil1ia s. spent the day with Mrs. Long's mother in South Florida. GENERAL INSURANCE
i L. A. Duncan and claimed for its own
Mrs. S. E., Brownlee. The
party Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mains have
Just arrived, a shipment of Florida t our beloved citizen, Mr. L.'A. UunceD.I ( HAROLD
returned home Sunday evening and returned home, after an extended visit C. WALL
victim of for
had been
a pain H
runner peanut J. F. Kickliter.Mrs. iIle)
were accompanied by Miss Ella Mae I with relatives at Mountcocha.
long time but had only been confinedto
Long. I D. W. forum spent Saturday in Valdosta. STARKE FLORIDA
,
Wimberly left Wednesday for his bed for a few days. ,

New River to visit her brother. James J. H. Lowery, of Lawtey, was in The funeral services were conducted Mrs. Ruby Howard of Macclenny FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE i
Adkins. by Rev. S. S. Proctor at the home of:
Starke Friday of last week. Mr. the deceased Saturday afternoon at 4 I was the guest of Mrs. Willie\ William\
Lowery has lately returned home
Frank Carpenter and Robert Dem- from a long sojourn in Jacksonville, o'clock. The floral offerings/ from __ -.- -- ----- -

orest left last week for North Carolina. and has been appointed constable of s'mpathlzlngfriends were beautiful I
.. and the last sad rites were paid this
Lawtey district, to fill the unexpiredterm I
Christian-spirited man when his Innumerable
of Constable Bennett, deceased.Mr. '
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and son, Ger- I I friends gathered at Dekta UMBER in any quantity you desire. ;

ald, spent several days in Jacksonvillelast and Mrs. J. R. Davis will have: cemetery to place his body in its resting i For Houses

week. as week-end guests at their Kingsley place beneath an avalanche of Lumber of any kind you desire.
M ___ __________ lake flowers to await the coming of the I
cottage, Ralph Ostrom James
Miss Eva Williams of Lumber for desire.
Hampton, Wiener Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Phelps Master. > any purpose you
paid Starke short visit last .b
day. a Satur and children, Lee Hoffman Miss Lillian The bereaved family has the sym- Lumber that is well seasoned and p

Roach, Mrsr Gallagher all of pathy of the entire community. For Barns _ I

Edwards Jacksonville, Miss Josie Hoffman and The out of town visitors attending strictly K. .
Roy of Ft. Pierce, has
Hoffman. the funeral Messrs. John"and
I George were
been
visiting his parents, Mr. and
Casper Duncan, R. M. Laspear of
Mrs. Wm. Edwards.
f Perry E. Johns, of Durbin;: has beenin Moultrie, Ga., D. E. Howard of Quit Sash, doo rs, Screens, Glass, Roofing,

Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh spent the past I Starke during the week. While man, Ga., Lucius Duncan, of Savannah For Repairsand Lime, Cement, Blocks, Brick, Tiling,

week in Tallahassee visiting her son, I i here Mr. Johns bought the Cone & Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Tol-
Homer Limbaugh and other relatives'I Sapp meat market. lie will soon move bert. of Lake City, C. M. Fielding of etc.

and friends. back here with his family and take Wellborn, T. W. Fielding of Gaines- y

possession of his new purchase.Mitchell's ville, )Mrs. Anna Duncan, of Valdosta .
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Driggers. Mr. We keep a complete line of them all for
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of I -
and Mrs.. J. J.. Crews Mrs. Clara and other '
building
Gainesville, spent several days last i Drug Store has had installed purposes.
Jones, of Macclenny, Col. W. T
and convenient fixture' .
week at the home of her father, Col. a new
W. T. Weeks. behind the soda counter, for keeping Weeks, E. W. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. G. '

I milk, ice cream, ice, etc, and for W. Alderman, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. for If you are in the market for construction -

. Mrs. J. E. Fut<-h was called to Day- washing 'glassware. It is the last Epperson, of Starke M. M. Hale p work get our estimate on the cost of -
Olen Hale Math Dukes, Oulter Boyd .
word in cleanliness and sanitation.
I; tona Thursday on account of the severe the materials. We will figure the cost
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of Five Mile, H. S. Miller, Brady and
illness of her aunt, Mrs. B.
I ; Smith. P'I At the Florida Bankers Associationheld Jim Brown, of Miller. right down to the minimum for you and '

last week at Shep Moore of Raiford, motored to Everything .
I Miami E. P. Duncan Lake Butler Sunday. give you the best obtainable:
t Mrs. C. C. Strandberg and children was elected a member of the exec
, Mrs. R. E. Dell was on the sick list
utive council. Mr. Duncan Is also
of Jacksonville were guests at the
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, home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown ,vice president of the Bank of Bay first of the week
Mrs. G. W. ,Alderman and daugh. '
Biscayne of and tho
Miami
;. Thursday and Friday. i ; during
association was an active worker on ters; Misses Ina, Mona and Blanche,
the entertainment committee. His and Mrs. Jay Alderman, of Starke,
Auto tops and auto painting. M. motored to Lake Butler Sunday. Consumer's Lumber
Leviton, Starke. 1119tf. many Starke friends are proud of his CompanySTARKE
progress. John Ervin and Tommie Dekle, and ,,
Miss Maggie Dekle, of Starke, motored -
Mr and Mrs. Jay Alderman of q
Waldo, spent the week-end with his PRESBYTERIANThe to Lake Butler Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Roberts and FLORIDA
parents, Mr. and Mrs: G. W. Alderman ,
minister is in Tampa this week children, of Worthington, motored to
,
attending St. Johns Presbytery. Will town Saturday.Mrs. v

Mr. and Mrs.; C. S. Durling arc return in time to conduct services'on F. O. Rawls and baby of I 1)--

'now boarding at the residence of Mr. next Sunday. Worthington ,ewere visitors here Sat ..' r

and Mrs. O. J. Griffin, on North. Walnut Everybody inited. Wewantu. urday.
street. DAVID LANDER V. D. M. Mark Tomlin of Johnstown, was 4

transacting business here Saturday.

George Hoffman, who has just re- ATTENTION, W. O. W. I Charlie Kerce, of Dobson, Vas *

turned from a voyage to Scotland and I business visitor 'to Lake Butler Sat

Holland, Is the put of his aunt, Mrs.J. Special meeting Friday night Apr. urday.
R. Davis. 22nd, to consider holding our annual Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews, of BANK Of STARKE

----------- memorial service in.the early part of I'I New River, were in town'on business
June. Also it is proposed that we
Mrs. W. A. Colley and little daughter Saturday. ,
Lois, have gone to Mulberry to have a fish fry. Please be'pre8ent. J. S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to

spend a while with MrT Colley whois J. w. MORGAN, Lrte BiiHir Saturday. THE. GROWING BANK {

employed at that place. Clerk Camp No. 138. C.! H. Kcgl tor returned home from

Tall hiRn"e for the week-end.

Chickens and eggs wanted. J. F. CARD OF THANKS <>r. !/...% spent Sundry and Mondayin J .

Kickliter. r 218tf. We wish to express our heartfelt Jacksonville.by Mrs. Lee He was and accompaniedhome babies who We are pleased to call attention to the (following state
thanks to friends who
our so
Miss Doris Scott and brother, W. A. many had boon on a visit to Tennessee.
Scott who are teaching at Osteen kindly assisted us during the illness Messrs. Lee Green and Andrews, of ment 'of the condition of this Bank at the close of business on
and after the death of our belovedone.
spent the week-end with their parentsMr. Brooker motored to Lake Butler on'
More especially do we thank Saturday April 2nd condensed"from statement madeto
and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Sunday.. a sworn k
Drs. E. T. Campbell and E. L. Biggs

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Miss for their earnest endeavors and unremitting Mamas Messrs.of Noble Gainesville Armstrong, spent and Saturday J. E. the State Comptroller in obedience to his call: r

Mabel Weller J. J. Truby and H. C. attendance at the sickbed. and Sunday in Lake Butler
Wall left for fishing trip on Mrs. E. Moore and Family
Monday a Orland Armstrong, of Jacksonville
the lakes below Ocala. ] BAPTIST visited his parents, RoV. and Mrs. W. RESOURCES LIABILITIES

Mrs. Frazee and mother Mrs. Rebecca I C. Armstrong. E. Proctor Friday.A. In Loans and DiacountJ.. $107,916.74 Capital Stock, Surplus, and Undiv-
school Mr. spent Monday
10 a. m., Sunday Quigley -
Alvarez, left Tuesday for New in charge. Women's Bible class Jacksonville.Rev. Overdrafts, Secured and Untecur- ided Profits $ 19,701.04 .

the York summer City., there Mrs. Alvarez with her will daughter.The spend. taught by Mrs. Wall. Men's Bible S. S. Proctor filled his apPoint- | ed 485.20 DEPOSITS 159,713.75
class taught by Col. Futch. ments at New River Saturday and
Sunday.H. I Liberty Bonds 14,250.00 Certified Checks 40.80 ;1
shipments are becoming 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., sermons by
strawberry smaller day after day, but pastor. Blake has been'working. at Mil- State, County and Municipal Bonds 4,000.00 Cashier's Checks Outstanding 380.50 i

beans and potato draws are being night 7 p.new,ni., officers.B. Y. P. Senior U. chapters president, 2nd, ler Miss this Lucille week. Varnca visited at her Banking House, Furniture and Bills Payable 7,500.00

shipped in large quanaitics. i I Miss Thomas. Intermediates superintended home in Johnstown Saturday. Fixtures 9187.69 ",-i 1;

A. G. Dyal of Jacksonville, 'spent J by pastor. Juniors superintended Patrla and Dewey Tomasella, of Other Real Estate Owned 744.55 .'.
Alderman Johnstown, motored to town Monday.
the week-end hi this section visiting i I by Miss Cash Hand and with .'
relatives. Mr. Dyal still holds his Subscribers to $76,000,000 fund are Maurice Langford, of High Springs on on Deposit : .j'

responsible position with. the biif delinquent unles stwo years' subscription visited friends here Sunday. Banks 49,719.94. j ;
Jacksonville.Mr have been paid in by April 80th. John L. Smith of Dade City spent
south side shipyard in Checks and Exchanges for Clearing 1,031.97 ;.
BLANCHARD D. LAW the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ;

Alderman Mr. Pastor. Townsend. He was accompanied home I '.
and Mrs. G. W. ,
and Mrs. 'W. J. Epperson, E. W. by his wife. Total '$187,336.09 Total $187,336.09 !

Hayes motored to Lake Butler Saturday NOTICE TO RED CROSS JUNIORS Mr. -Wheitman; cf Georgia wan t

to attend the funeral of Mr. greeting.friends in Lake Butler Sat I ..+
Next Tuesday, April 26th, will be urday.
L. A. Duncan.J. .
Memorial Day a time when the peo Mrs. Iva Sprinkle closed a BUC't'eSIl'ful Deposits April 2, 1919 $106,988.58 :

L. Peek left Monday night for ple of Starke as well as others allover term of school Friday, returning I

Arcadia to attend the meeting of the the South will honor the Confederate home Saturday. She was accompaniedhome Deposits April 2, 1920 a $126,916.56 ; ,

Florida I.. O. O. F.' Mr. Peek went and World War dead and deco- by her, son, Henry. '

as a delegate from May Lodge No. rate the graves of the Confederatedead. Deposits April 2, 1921 e -. $159,713.95
fbe QulnlM That Dot Mot Ufect The
of Oddfellows ( Rat
Order
10, Independent t
I asking each pupilof Br.tiM> of Ito bale' and lass'.,. rftaf. LAX,. *
Therefore am
TlVt. IIKOMO OUININb: (Tab am) nil l be t.1rn
Mrs. J. W. Killian, who has spent the Starke school to please bring, by lath aavon* : .without K.W.CKOVtS.ilfwran CMunlnd a.iM bl or 4 xr rluui V,* We are constantly adding new accounts, but we have facilities for hand-
the past ten days at the home of her if possible a bouquet of flowers, firmly
father J. M. Truby, left Tuesday for tied together, to me at the school ling many more. Every account, large or small has our cordial appreciation

her home in W 1iamllburlt! Va. Mr. auditorium, between 8:30 and 9:30: See and most careful attention.BANK. ;,
Truby accompanied his daughter an Tuesday morning:, the 26th tnat.

far an Jacksonville.Mrs. OLIVE RAY, G. C. DriggersLAKE 't' ,
Chairman Junior Red Cross. I a '
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A. V. Long and little.daugh- BUTLER, FLA. '
"" OF STARKE
MARRIED -
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How's This? __ __. Agent ,

HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will Mr. Henry Hicks, of Hampton, now VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKSFor THE GROWING BANK ,l
do what we claim' for It-.u. Catarrll not or employed by a large/: crate mill 'at
W. do
Catarrh.
claim Deafness to cure caused any by other MEDICINE diseu.e.HALLS . t. a Plant City, and Miss Mary Jones, all kinds 0' Tombstones and Monument E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. CEO. C. WHITE, Cashier

h lrtdtaken CATAIU 1f net.thi throllih daughter of Mr. i ere Jones of Hampton *. A postal card! addressed to me
blond sineiimere.e ."'J.c"ll married by Notary Public
the upon were at Lake Butler,' Fla., will bring me to
restoringenormal cnndtUonaa'rLiAll courthouse Saturday,
and Green at the
Drlll!<<<.t.. Circulars "_. the 16th {inst. They will reside at your door with information prices.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH SlnKKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY APRIL 22, 1921.
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ISLANDS FOUND BY SPANIARD :UllltllllllllllUllimilllllllllUlllllllllllllliJ! nuodiTnte o\en. TUT lit Wee to Serie HEALTH PROBLEMS IN STAKKEj
MATHEMATICS VS. THe ARTS iBIfi r
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I I ; 'HPRISE
with tea.
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I | THE GUIL ON THE JOB | :
(Address Mis. E. T.
Solomon., 'In the Southern Pacific, by Campbell, .
Association I I. Awakening to the Fact Were Discovered In 1667 by = How to Succeed-How to Get 1s Buttermilk Custard PI.. I! given before the Woman's Club
Study of the Former I. Not Ahead-How Make = of butter with i
Attractive. Alvare d. ..Mendana.T11C to Good Cream u tablw-poonful April 8th.j FOR MISS EDITHUfWtWOQD
of add the beaten
i one cupful sugar,
Tho of
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---- By JESSIE ROBERTS great fundamental principle
of throe und stir in one
yolks rug cup.tul
}:f l'' f. The Mnthemntlral Association of Solomon Islands In the southern : : llflllhliiRllll0 thick buttermilk add health in state county or town rests
IIRIRIIRIRRRiIIIIRiilhI I of fresh ; one i
i 1 f .America hue dll|
4f .' la the study of luutliematlcs iu high discovered<< were, known to daring WOMEN'S INTERESTS the egg whites beaten tetlff.! I'our Into health education must begin in the
1 voyngers. In fi07 a famous Spanish '
schools mid Institutions '
( college preparatory a deep plate! lined with pastry and horn eN
navigator' named<< Alvare de Menduna
k l I. lagging.Under rxThti no surer way of hour. I in the concrete.
TIlUItK bake one am going to talk NEVER DREAMED A MEDICiNE
sailed from
Peru
to discover a great
e:: !
<< present method I. of teaching just how tip Interests I
Billy Sunday's Success as an evangelist COULD DO ANYONEAS
south continent. Three months cruising I
: only the mathematically Inclined are wool the opportunities of woman havebroadened Fruit Punch.
I brought him to the Solomons and lies in the fact that he preaches MUCH GOOD AS
able to pursue, the courses with any In the last few
very years Make a lrur> of one cupful each of
1 Ysiihel Island, which he named, as his than ,to every man as if he were a sin- TANLAC HAS HER
degree of to the
; ; Interest or enjoyment. It study women' uiuguzlues. sugar and water cool aud add the

L!" : .will be good noun to thoununds of students lop: ".staffs "after his much-loved The business woman Is ttnefully\ juice of an orange the Juice of two tier. I am going to talk to you, thU SHE SAYS"I

il i LuLl I" winded after a feverish wife considered today In these publications.Her lemons, one-half cupful of apricot afternoon, as if you were all violatorsof -

l b f'' pursuit of the elusive x, to learn that Mendann cruised for six months In training her chances of succens, Juice one-fourth cupful each of prune health laws. And it is true we wasn't sick exactly-just run.

' : tho association) ,ilani reforms the group: and was so Impressed with new, fields where she fur alto\ break the laws of
'f [ may try posh and cherry Juice ; add two quarts of some extent, down and needed an all-around building -

Mathematics hew. been dry for most the richness and fertility of those lions; these are .X lolted. There are water and Pieces" of Ice ; garnish with nature and most all\ of her laws are and that is exactly what Tan-
tropic ]lands that he named them the up
, ''r' Indents.. Young inilids that thrill to articles on subjects that would never
This
; cl.errtes. recipe makes two and health law. "
Solomons, In the hope that on his rei i j have been touched. five lac did for me, said Miss Edith Un-
the six
mysteries repealed by physics or upon or a half quarts. I It has been said however cleanly
lila derwood who lives at 708 Oak
I' chemistry have been" found singularly turn countrymen would believe years ago, or even two or three years I Street
I I' I B'person may be they are dirty about
calm and considerably cloudy after they were the source from which King ego. Hot Water Ginger Bread. West Tampa.

contemplation of the binominal theor Solomon obtained the gold for his Finance Is another deportment that Take one cupful each of sugar and something. Think about this sometime "Several] months ago I lost my ap-

.'' em. Extracting the cube root of greet temple. This story, he thought has shown tremendous development In molasses., one-half cupful of melted fat, when you are around someone petite and began to lose weight. I
would encourage; the colonization of such magazines. Women think is painfully clean. You will 1
an Incomprehensible number has are learningto one egg beaten, a tenxpoonful of salt you was nervous and at nights got
l been the dullest sort of drudgery compared the Islands, and he conceived the manage their own funds, and when one teaspoonful of ginger, three cupfuls probably see them do something that very
I
little
, . I, .. with the study of the Napoleonic vainglorious ambition of becoming the) UH women's collages\ run successful of sifted flour, and when all are looks uncleanly to you. Cleanlinessis sleep. was generally out of

I war or the glory that king of a new Rpaln. On his return campaigns for great Huron, as they do well mixed add a teaspoonful of soda next to godliness sorts and had such a tired draggy

was Greece and the grandeur that home, no brightly did lie paint the now. and Invest and disburse such dissolved In one cupful of boiling wa- .i feeling the least little task was a bur.

1 wee Rome. The melodies of dead prospect that he was soon able to sums, the day when woman was not ter. Stir until smooth, pour Into a'('I Are you cleanly T No breeding places den to me. I had awful headaches,

poet and the IIIOK!('rr1le'e& of literary prepare an expedition\ of many hundreds supposed to understand the money well greased dripping pan and bake for flies and mosquitoes N> too; they felt just like .an Iron band

of settlers, Including his wife market la Indeed sour garbage can on the back step or
geniuses have warmed hearts and goce. 40 minutes In a moderate oven. was drawn around my head and wan

I fired minds which Euclid leaves cold and her throe brothers. In the party Naturally the coming of the vote to ? *"- under your kitchen window No rubbish pressing it in. I even shudder now

I and calm. The energy extended and were also two 'sailors, afterward women' has brought a lot of political Apples Stuffed With Mincemeat heap in the back yard to become when I think of them."I .

the brain cells shuttered! << In prodigious known to tame a. ('onnectl'd with the material Into these pages. The 'work Remove tile cores from apples and foul? Clean toilets The toilet Is

wrestling matches with decimal fractions discovery' of Australia-Fernandez. de women can do In politics, her renpooslblltles nil the centers with .rnln(' meat. Bake one of the greatest menaces to good am sure I got Tanlac just in

Qulros and Fuls Vaes de Torres. clear expositions of what the time to save me from a severe sick
logarithm. absurdities ]
algebraic until the apples are tender. Serve health, whether in doors or out, if
The expedition failed through sickness different political parties stand I spell possibly a general breakdown.
geometric obscurities and trigonometric for hot with a elder nauce.Dt not properly kept. And must I ,
say
., absurdities have constitutedan and bad management ; In fact. these are some of the directions In lIt certainly was a big surprise to me

enormous waste.It I lit never reached' the Solomons at all which expansion: Is shown. Women )W1& it, persons who are cleanly about oth I the way this medicine took hold of me

I ,: Is well that the mathematician but Instead-owing to faulty navigation want to know a whole lot of thing er things neglect their toilets. and built me up. My appetite is now

(1 hove awakened to the fact that their -arrived tit the northern Islandsof that they did not as a class, care (( .11. W.aer.aNee.Dagr Union.) Perhaps were you to make the splendid and I have gained 10 pound.

:, I '(.' specialty need. numanlzlng.-Toledo the New Hebrides' group..Here after about only a short time ago And what rounds with the scavenger you wouldbe in weight. I sleep sound night

Blade. a few months, Mendana died, a disappointed women want they get surprised at the number of persons' every
THE CHEERFUL! O1ERUBi and wake in the morning bright
p'i and broken-hearted man. There Is hardly a limit to what the in our town who do not keep their',i up
i and cheerful. It was just the right
well-trained
clever ambitious gldumay
toilets town law requires. Are I II
i AS TO FACTS AND FIGURES expect of life In the 1or service I ha -.loNL as our ', medicine for me, gave me strength
GREAT TUN OF HEIDELBERG lip 40TKfc.t I you one of them Out door toilets I
f I Interesting work, a good Income amoebic 'I and energy which I needed so much.
typhoid dysentery
) Nature Stems to Have Laid Down Independence Influence convey :
oo the future It benefitted me in every way; I could
Some Rules to Which She Rath. :, Constructed In the Middle Ages, Monster of her country, and a full home life. people think ImjtrfeTkge I hookworm, and the various forms of !: not have asked for more. In fact, I

.r Rigidly Adheree.fE Receptacle Held 528 Hog : It la truly today, up to her. I venereal diseases. 0, you say I am'','
head. of Wine 'r careful about all those things
(Copyright you
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I TKy dorft: Wl/tK-t as much good in such a short time.
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Why do tall Ie-raon. have narrow I II ---0THE have mentioned. Ptrhaps your neigh-i
The construction' therf'at tun of "Tanlac certainly stands out supreme -
,',1Y nosea? There are many exceptions, I I jpervj tke tiro,. bor isn't. So you are not safe. ,A fly'
,. but this Is the rule. I Heidelberg<< In the castle of the Princes above any other medicine I ever
I ': Pnlntlne of the, Rhine was begun In WOODS CoN.ieruing. with rrvyo coming from his home can infect you. tried." ,
The type of the none that we call"aqullIme" I
Butmy house is screened
IBRD and was not finished until more you say.
ConsCiOVSRnl.c
Is much more common la than two years later. I have known flies to get into screened
', d; tall people thun In those of short By DOUOLAS MALLOCHLIFE. ) Let us get in behind the men. He
houses. Then to feel that in
It was composed of beams twenty- we are
,
stature. On the : seven feet long and had a diameter ofeighteen i any way safe from diseases we must
people are much more apt to have
is the neck how
woman -see easily
flat j ttft. The Iron hooping was have good health laws and officers

I Tall or anub noses. "I 1.100 pounds In weight.'and; the cost, 0 who will see that those laws are en- the neck moves the head.
men are usually long-headed '
figured In our money, was nearly thrust
upon the world, awakes forced.
while most short men have round or MAN
$12.000. It could. hold 028 hogsheads sleep.Knowing DOING HIS REST
broad heads. The time town
I next you go up useyour
and the value at that time of the wine not whence he came nor ---- -
Tall persons usually have email lit contained was In the neighborhood eyes and decide for yourself Ifi 6 6by '
how nor why. The Economist A one-legged( colored man who goes "
I mouths It I. the shorb people who Starke doesn't need some laws enforced. '
r'' mostly have big mouth. I of $10,000. His earliest Impulse la an Infant cry VLH economist according to the the name of Henry (he says he

When the cellarer drew wine out of His final privilege Is that to weep. latest definition Is a man who tells We have some very good laws on can't afford a surname since he lost

4' 1l Short people In a great majority of I the cask he ascended several flights of you what you should have done with our statute books and were they enforced
his leg) is not complaining of his }
Instances have short or round faces.
wooden stairs leading to the top; A. combatant although he aougbt no your money after you have done something we would have less unsightly
Long faces often with hard luck. He lost his leg 'while in
more
go superior about the middle was a bunghole, Into strife, else\ with It. places and the danger of germ carriers .
height. which Inserted Instrument A guest unwelcome railway employ but he couldn't see
was an come unwlUnaGiven lessened. Follow the motto:

+y Tills Is not at all surprising. Tall made In the form of a spout, with ])', S "Charity begins at home" and clean why a little thing like that should K

people have a tendency to longnesa which the wine was drawn up and his vision that be' may not keep him from making an honest living -

throughout their anatomical structure. I placed. In a vessel provided for the see, up your own premises and then see He got a job to tend the pumps

Usually their, noses ore long. Their purpose. U* name this unnamed paradox:: his that the other fellow cleans up his. for two water tanks on the YVannee

arms and legs are long. The height There life. But a clean town is not all that is
ws* another tun built evidently branch and while he rides on Peggyto
of most lull Is mainly We must have fit bodies
.
very persons I snrcwdlng the one Just' desrrlhed necessary. an;J! from his work he assists theexpress
In their logs. Short people on the In 1751 : this. wns SO feet lone. and 24 He learns to walk the forest and to and clean minds. Take inventory of and
baggage
y other ]hand are apt to lie short In all feet high, with a rapacity of ROO hogs-' love that house in which you live. Have messenger man.

C parts of their physique bends, or 2S3.2IK: bottles. Tills cask Its green and brown, Its song and you a clean mouth and good teeth to He uses his crutches only when walk.
season's ing on the roads; on the train and
change,
has'not been In uw wince the latter masticate food A healthy nose

French Like Civil Weddings. part of the KJehtPpnth>: centurr.intelligent Yet will not taste a berry that la through which your to breathe God's around his pumps he hops around on
pUN'air
ue.... strangeOr one leg and can drag sacks and carry:
A French luurrhiRe' Is a thoroughgoing .sure ? But is that air always pure*
Many are the ruses on record of tread a pathway that he knows wood as well as most anybody as longas
affair. It is real partnership.To No it is nearly always full of
IH geese: whose ninnters or mistresses en- not of. JL PEDESTRIAN ONCE.T germs. he can grab something with his
begin with the ceremony usually -
Then how much it is
den('<<\ tlipiiiHclvex to them and as a more necessary
a civil one Comparatively few see Bradley riding on the street disengaged hand to steady himself.
r."ult.r... followed about everywhereby Skeptic and doubter of the flow'r, and to keep our bodies in good trim to
I,; wedding: take place In u church. Thereare : ace. I thought be owned an auto." Where there is a will, there is a way.
'c no vows as to mutual toleration for the geese! just as they might have tree "B. does, but h. made the mistake fight those germs. We have in our

better or for worse. But the French I' been by dogs, and dogs are supposedto Hequestions, this and that Investigates ef teaching his wife to drive bodies germ fighters called phagocy THE FELLOW WHO TRIES

husband and wife marry to take up I be the most Intelligent of animals.There k" tea But if our bodies are impaired
Yet drinks the beaker offered the --0-
Is the historical of by
case the
each other's burdens, and then carry |I I There they are not able to combat the dis There is
Are always to Iud
need blind. woman who was piloted to fates Exceptions."A a way rise my
them until the end of tlu.jourm'
together |I church on Sundays\ by her goosp. The And leaves unsolved the greater mys woman Is more graceful than i ease.The Always away to advance.

f ), little old lady would totter along, and tery. nail." observed the Sago Doard of Health in our stateis But the road that leads to Mt. Success
t, This can be traced to several ('all4..,. CCoprrlsbt. "Not when she's hard to fight different
) working
when she would he on the point of getting off a street Does not pass by the way of Chance
One Is that young people are UnkedIojl't ---0- ear," commented be Foot-Cincinnati diseases. Let us all be coworkers
taking a misstep the silly goose would germ It goes through the stations ot Work
: >th.r In 1.'ral1wltb a view to Truly Amphibian.
pluck her by the skirt and guide her Enquirer.Senator' with them not knockers. Their and Strive
their practical well-lielng as well as to While on the subject of alligators ,
their .,l11ll1l1hl.... A girl who Is an In the right direction. In the steps there Is always a'chortle for me In methods may not be your methods Through the Valley of Persevere.

{ artist does not marry a bootmaker. of the church the old woman would the yarn that Pete Daley, the actor Lindsay's joint senate res.. but let us give them the credit of And the man that succeeds. while others

P+ And a shopkeeper rarely thinks of he guided to her pew by her neighbors used to tell. He was down south olution No. 1, of the senate authorizing knowing conditions and the best way fail

: joining Lila! fortune to any but u HhopkeeiHr's II.ur-h, )while' oemelery the goose to nip retired grass.; to Whenservice the looking at a school of alligators An placing before the people] next of handling those conditions. Look I Must be willing ''to pay most dear.

i daughter/ or a business fflrl.The'clUKHfs old darky was In charge. into their methods before con- '
t was over tie, goose would beb"I'III'I. year an amendment' to the.constitu you For there's always a way to fail, my
do not Intermingle In "Colonel Bald Pete pointing to demn them.
? tion that will
school lad.Always
the church steps waiting to permit special ,
marriage, not liec'iiiioe of miobbltthuuvs, I guide Its mlfltrens home again the alligators "are" they amphibious districts to raise the amount of their Mothers a word to you. The statein a way to slide, .
but because U Is not practical.-From "YoHslr, yesslr, replied the old
the Continental Edition of the London I I, darky, "tbe)'. as ainflbbla as h-. millage from three to ten mills passed now making a fight against vener- And the men you find at the foot of

Hall. PsycHo Too Much for Her They'll bite you in n, minute."-New the senate Friday morning after a eal diseases, known all over the coun- the hill

"I do wish this psychic or what- York Correspondence of the Pittsburgh short debate. ''Thevote will 26 to 4. try as the Red Plague. You may All sought for an easy ride.

Moslems Ignore MournIng I' ever-you-calt-lt\ fad was over," said a Ttqt! >atch. It now goes to the house for action.For think their literature deals too plainly ] So on and up though the road be

I I reader She with the subject. But do know
down
No mourning IH worn by the ortho- put a popular pub- I you rough,
Turks of the Moxlctn II I I Ilcatlon. that it is this Red Plague that is sapping And the
(fox religion, nor tot a measure about which so much storms come thick and fact;

Lire periods of m>rl union observed by :,',, "'Vh)', \\heu the log used to snore U D09k has l been heard it is amazingly difficult our nation today; why so many There is room at the top for the fellow

, under the couch, or some uuuglity boy I children born Into
the Omuunll tribes or by most oilier ,'' to get anything definite about are the world blind who tries,
Moslems after the death of played 1 ticktack on the windows, or frail. But
rela
a i or you say we are safe And
tlve. Women friends visits of I|i the potntoi-s took a little slide down In The price of the milk of human ..104n. the no fence law proposition. Duringthe victory comes at last.drwrer .
pay ... free, in Starke. Are you safe ? Are
has not advanced It I..111 first you
condolence to the hereto but the 111'1 i I their bin In the ivllar, the entire faintly but not always. to be hud.-D...... week of the session there ba.1bt'.n in a position to know how
I many TutetaM
mayor cUO VMM.
knew ut what the News.
utter once nolm was abundant
their
mate*- << tlmnkliiK guests for I I opportunity for members not have been
Ihelr formal expreHston of sympathy and rulnily went about their bll hlt'll" to "feel" each other out and by may afflicted with testeskallty ana oneijr by poriCrlaf sad .
Now YOU WILL LIKE TO TRY THESE. the disease' Have you done rtchinj the blood. Youcan ooofaeUnln ..rnua
they 'IInrk.what's your
and good wishes for their future ox say myMlerlouHly Saturday night the definite understanding
that and we all to I In ten- duty toward your boy ? Is *. lavUontloit tfflvt. Prlos fa*
your
cmptlon from' heron\euieiit, sp ak go
seemed to have
UOS": who are fond of green been reached .
calmly and resignedly of the departed. Inn us If we exis.eted<< to see<< un iippa- T daughter safe
t
11t'1'llt| >r.. will like to tryGreen that there would be nothing in the j "Found Seven Dead Rats In Bin ..1I.xt:
rltlon. 'all It i We
It a chlUI him died the IIh'I..r lId your nuhcuuHclous nelfor I are confronted with allt) these
Stuffed With Rice of
Peppers statewide fence
way no bill this
her relatives e\en rejolee .before their a ghost that inukes, every slightdlsturbauco Take sly small even vised greenVeppere session. That Impression be a''I problems in Starke. I have been ai Morning"

friends. For uerorUlng to Moslem In the IIOIIKV and you're cut In halves lengthwise, wash may witness to one child born in thin'I Robert Woodruff says: "My premises -
sure to be. Jumpy and I for will wrong one but it is widely currentamong
IH
tenet It conwldered sinful to slow one
white fiber. I community who had tried
and remote all seeds and syphillis. What were infested with rats. I
expressive: Morrow over the death of be glad when the psychic business Is members of both house and
Scald with boiling water, boll three i has been my experience may have RAT SNAP on friend's recommendation. -
child. To passed and we aill ordinary reasons senate. |
do Is also
a HO thought detrlmeutul
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minutes, then drain. loll rice In united been that of others. Next morning found! seven deadrats l
to the repose of the child'ssoul to ordinary nolwn mice more
and his hnL'l'h' In 'water until ,}tender using one-half cup I We were told that during the war in bin, two near feed box three
HH twrudlse.
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ful. W. W.
Rep.
lablenpotiofuls
IralnTlce"add two
Phillips sounds
a warn- 1 Florida in
ranked the stall. since.
highest in Found large number
venereal
Surprising the Empress.An .
Impressive' Thrift Lesson. of butter, one fourth of a teaspoonful ing. Phillips has washed legislation!
Is diseases. If that was true isn't No smell from dead rats KAT SNAP
aniiiNltiK story told by .Vugusdn : -
The Luther of one-fourth of a
H Ifii-jeiir-old boy In of poultry seasoning, carefully during his two terms in Tallahassee -
Flkm In his 1 reminiscences or the fit time to get busy You may be dries them up. Best thing I have ever
New York was beiilpged by bill young teaspoonful of suit, or more to taste one and he is I'
MuiprcHB I ICutjenle. hopeful to 11(1)I certain plaything egg and beat and mix well Pill the quick to note the come infected with some forms of ve- used." Three sizes 35c 6Cc, $1.25.

One day, when she was l 1-;:vg In ahammock amounting In value to title, mi>'. 'pepper sheila. Put oue-fourth of a cup the trend of the times "If we grant half:.! nereal diseases by touching a doorknob Sold and guaranteed by D. C Jones-

an mer-iealou alde-de> Thrift. Duy after day the father was ''fut of bacon fat or four slices" of ba- requests for added appropriations I, that one who has been afflicted Starke.-Adv.

I amp: (It was not his first blunder) coaxed, cajoled. and threatened. lie con In the pan bake until firm and that will be made at this session look J,' with the disease has handled. If -

I'. noticed au old Japiim'Ne piirusol which put Up numerous defensive argumentsthat :lightly browned, unlug the bacon fat 'out for a tax rate that will run close:' there should be only
one case!! in this.
+ was lying Jong forgotten; at the foot to 20 mills i
were brushed aside with scorn for basting. Serve with lamb fries- he says. "The state rate town and
of a tree and which. hud become by and liltternoHH. Finally the father aee two years ago was eight mills. Now I I I you didn't know who it was 1886
;d' the accumulation of the (and generally It is not known but to
1 yours receptacle said : "Son: which would you rather it is twelve. Watch out that we don't
j of a varied collection of living this or fH) cents month Currant Bread. the doctor and the patient's family)
: nave, toy a as lift it too high at this session." His
! I ',' 'and dead Inuucts. long as you liver Take two cupfuls of light bread warning will be heard interest would you be safe DAVISINSURANCE

,; Advancing with the movements of CO end work Into U one-half cup jvith Women by a mighty effort
I The boy chose the cents a month sponge and (it Is helped
a good one to mark and
! 'I\. a slave of the luirein fanning a sultana for life. The fatlwr Invested $100In ful of butter and the same of sugar, layaway. put liquor where it i is today. Let us

i II the olHeer opened the parasol, a gllt-edged security yielding six which have been creamed together. Add |j I make another mighty effort, clean
of .. !I up
': and a perfect deluge grubs and cent and the boy was given lesson one cupful of currants or two table- Starke and
per a help] clean
Pile Cured la I up the state
ii';# caterpillars rained upon the "ml.r. ... oonfuls of sveda. Lei 6 to 14 Day: I I
In thrift and the value of money si caraway I and make it
iii, uttered a shriek of terror and : Dn-jIMt refund money if PAZO OINTMENT full, a good place physically
I who that will be of untold value to him a* rise In a loaf When! light bake In a tucuralwhina. Illlnil llrodlnaot Pracnidlnl Hie morally and
I prang out of the hammock like lone as he lives. It1.'ft'! "Y >.r':. "f. Itchuu Pil... mid you ./1 a- spiritually for our boy. STARKE
Itrhtnln n> a* *.. else tb lun .u..UOD.. Pnue\: and girls to live in.


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.I high seas the work was temporarily '! The injured were brought to Lakelandon have resulted.
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:H.; ; Live State News i equipment and 'ith''l'atber and crews in conditions the near are future i, D. Horkenbcrry of St. Petersburg April-22 Wilma Andrew

-- -r -/-jifjj,Tj.. j -.- -.-Ja.J&J I favorable it is believed that this valuable Is dead and Charles Fisher and of Jacksonville is the guest of her 4
sWp may jet be raised and sal Miss Edith Mr. and )
Hirkox of St. Petersburg, grandparents Mrs. A. D.Andn.w. .
I Told by Our Exchanges.Monday vaged. Uotetetcc owe their lives to prompt efforts of ..

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.--- , .. four( aviators as a result of a Iurty'' \V. ). Roberts returned l homo Wednesday -

I The firm of Brogdnn( and Company, of four young people getting. caughtin night from Jacksonville
morning by actual count,,, plan is carried *
there were sixty-three buildings then through. engineers and builders of Tampa the drift off the Blind Pans Point IU'V. James T. Barnes of Starke, C

have closed a contract for the erection at the beach. They were caught in filled his regular appointment hero
under construction, or,had been completed It is stated that drillers ut the oil I of the largest hotel in the state. the tow and carried out into the Gulf at the Baptist church Sunday. I,,

within a few days in Da'tonaDeach well at Chipley have reached a depthof The structure is to bo known as the of Mexico. Harold Brown an exceptionally We
are glad to Mr.
and and
Seabreeze. : report Mrs.
more than four( thousand feet; and new San; Juan hotel and will bebuilton ,,i strong swimmer and Mist'Fisher I Hotlines I 'vorlh's( baby slowly improv-

that the present level is in oilbearingsand the site of the present San Juan managed: to make their WAY in if, after its serious illness.I .
A contractor at Eustls lias been with indications for "on early hotel on Orange avenue, in the heartof I back while Mr. KinliVr remained with ,
forced to send North for i i:ail. Andrews returned homo Wcd-
carpentersin "bringing in. There has been planty Orlando's business district. The Miss Hlckox who could not swim I (

order to manage the contracts secured of gas. The bottom has been cement I botel is, to be built by the Beeman interests very good. After Lieut, J. I'. Wood tic"davv: ninJr. after visiting relatives

by him for the construction of ed-something like a hundred sack. and work upon one wing of it ,I TOI and friends In Jllf'k onvlIf"'.
residences and business divod from an airplaneil1i nn inflated | Irs J. T. Barnes of Starke
houses. of cement being used and the drillers will be started as soon as the necessary at-
inner tube with which ho and
tendril
are taking a short vacation while it services at the Baptist church 4.
find
drawings are completed material -
]Mr, Fisher rind the girl supported
Sunday.'
The, watermelon crop of Columbia sets. assembled the The
on grounds. CIGARETTEthe themsehes I .
of
pending the arrival
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county is reported as being seriously estimated cost will be $2,000,000. i I \V. W. !Rice retained home Monday
Albert Whitter in his Rt' I'IIltIP to pickthem i
damaged result of the f rorii Mnoclenny.
as a recent cold Dada City was shocked Friday afternoon

wave. Fully 100 acres of melons and when it was found that Ernest I Officials of the Koreshan\: Unity a the water up, off]Mr.tho)llockenherry saying waded ho in I i ]lily and Mrs. James T. Barnes returned -

cantaloupes in many cases the vines Henderson had drowned In the I, rel\\ o-philosophi'al sect near Ft." point was to their home in Starke. Mon-
going to (the rescue. lie got out n
beginning to bloom were nipped off lake east of town. lie had gone with I! Myers have aroused the ire of the bit and the heavy 'waves were too jday.

by the cold.Cucumbers. a companion to fish and the boat thev I board of county commissioners who; I woods for him two
used was old and leaky. When they I charge that expulsion of members of night. Late Thursday evening the when hauled' out was dead. lie is a I visiting her grandmother Mrs. T. B.

have been going out were about a hundred and fifty yards their faith has forced them upon the I littlo boy walked Into the home of a former service man and wee gassedin Rosier.

t'. from Wauchula in carloads for a long from shore the boat began to fill with I county as public charges. The com' neighbor three miles acoverl'd France, one of his Inngs being Mrs. S. M. !Morrcll is visiting/ relatives -
time and the peak .of shipments of water so rapidly it and friends in
was impossibleto j missioners have adopted resolutions I with sand spurs dirt and scratches burned out. Physicians'state that thu Jacksonville.

this vegetable has been readied.) Tomatoes bail it out and it went down Immediately railing upon the leaders of tho Kore evidently having bean in tho woods all shock was largely responsible for his W. H. Andrews and A. D. Andrews

will be rolling heavily very Henderson could not swim shan Unity to explain their alleged night and famished for food and wn- death. Ho leaves a widow. I. were visitors to Starke Wednesday

.4 soon from Wauchula and a good crop and his companion was unable to help action in turning out of the unity a ter. The news was quickly carried to afternoon.

C is coming forward. him. number of aged, virtually helplessand the .
W. H.
parents. 1I.lvlnll'.t''n railed.; from his { Andrews was a visitor to
huggv/:
indigent members and the commissioners Jacksonville, .
Reports from the potato belt of St. on a subterfuge Friday night W. II. Sunday ,
Announcement has been made that assert that at least six
The committee has .
Johns county show that the reported favorably Bnyte was beaton and In her efforts A. D. Andrews suffered tho misfor- M|
potato lime rock salt building materials and such persons have been dealt with : { *
crop is now being dug and marketed' other supplies at Camp Johnston can similarly in recent months. an act o( tho Klssimmoc River to protect him, his wife was roughly I j I tune of moving his mulo shelter anil i 3
Cattle
daily in increasing quantities Nearly now be sold at informal sale and all Company for cattle claimed to handled by a Jarty of men, who loaded : burns at Rylander burned Friday
have been killed '
as the result of I night between
dipping hill into eight and nine o'clock.
1.000 carloads have been ) a car and speeded to Ironnl'iclo
already shipped interested
are Invited to inspect the Puring a fire in St. Joseph's schoolat them
in solution in
a which Jheri the Winter The origin! of the fire is not known.
to the Northern on Garden road. ,
and Western
r, goods at the camp and make offers. Key West Wednesday during I
was too strong a percentage: of are,"- W I. Roberts and '
markets. There he states his clothes were torn sons, Phillip an Some time ago a public auction was which the north stairway 'collapsedwhile nlc oxide.
I Representative Srhwnrf- from his body he was blindfolded Robert were visitors to Worthington
held when considerable
material was crowds of children were rushingup schwardt
put in the claim bill. Thu
beaten Thursday
Tampa will make marine history disposed of but not until recently was the stairs' into the building from general l of the with heavy hose, tarred and j I
when the Standard Oil Company'snew the informal sale authorized. the morning recess little Anthony in manager Okeechobee company operating feathered and told to leave the state I j jHe Little Ada Roberts who has beenon

tanker will be launched from the I Demerit did a heroic deed. As the !I that COO cattle died as county the result claims of says. he was threatened with forty I the sick list is improving at this

ways of the Oscar Daniels cvmpany e A new all-Florida entcrprine has stairway dropped one of the small i I the dipping. State Veterinary Do- more blows and a branding iron by time.

J May 3rd. This vessel is to be the largest been organixed at Bartow with tho boys was left swinging by his hands milly put in a claim that there had fifteen or twenty men who composed ,
the In the effort make
him
ship ever built this side of the election of officers and directors of I from the floor above. Fifteen feet been rough treatment of tho cattle party to

Virginia capes, having a tonnage of the Roux Crate Company a $300,001)concern beneath him was a mass of debris of and that they were In condition state that criminal prosecution-which! Reducing the H.u..h",
poor Borne little folks .
11,900. which will begin immediately I the stairway and a number of scream but the evidence that tho solution was It was alleged he had Instituted a man ..eeping house." Robert. woiv was piny in*, !,.

,a. I the construction of a building at ing children struggling to get out of too strong convinced most of the com named Wilder were malicious. Boyte Jane innmnia.,, After much dlllliMilty! puim IDmnmirliiK .
Charged with criminally assaulting Lake Garfield. the said that he nnlw'r."I\ have told
By August
company the building. Little Anthony saw hid j
mittee. The claim was for 16000. : NO Inrce/ ti I'rood. Pnpn Hob-
a thirteen year old white girl last expects to be in operation, witha schoo mate's danger and quickly Tho majority report wil favor allowing the truth and you ran do what you i srI tl'iiiliy IxirM .' "lili-: "'Snv, It......

: February in> Boston Ga., 3. M. Miller 2,000,000 crate capacity per year, climbed a position where he pulledthe for COO cattle at $28 a head or like," and lit that the men fled( In I their j are |to. M'''-iy. rhll"1-11 In Mil' fniiilly'

;' 68, well known merchant of that in a wood frame building, fitted with boy'to safety. They both descend- $14,000. cars, leaving BoyLe by the rondndo.! iOn nun i>i' i'. n \\|"I|| l It >\'" in l hI., It II.. dugl'. I

city, was arrested in Jacksonville and the latest type of machinery for cut- ed without injury. being asked if he would leave bo

lodged in the Duval county jail. Miller ting lumber and manufacturing' replied "No I shall. stay. right hero "i
"Un I Creaks Made Use of Tin.
voldllhle
is also charged with attempted crates. Negro citizens of West Palm Beach verdict of the accident" was the to protect my wife and children and The OriM'ks In the, Homeric time .,
coroner's whlehInqulrl'd
k criminal assault the of jury In the future I shall "
upon persons have their of the protect myself. fninlllar 1"
own quarters city were with (lie iiirtal tin. Copper -
., two other girls, ages 8 and 10 years. The Florida Orange Grove Corporation and no white person will be permittedto into who the death of T. T. SappinA'ton. Dressing and starling to wnlk home, i' tin inn] ilClltlf'I'O iiMi'd. liy I Is'J .

of PlttsbutR, Pa., and Ocala reside there. This was made evident : was almost instantly he wits met by the sheriff sifter wal1'-1 rlmcNlim'' In welillnit tlm.. fnimum, uliiuld, :'

Activity real estate in and near has begun the development of five by the action of the pines department : killed when he was run down by nn Ing a mile and n half. R. 1.. \ of rltlllO'". Twenty layers ur tin wrs '\,

J'" Arcadia continues. L. S. Malone figured hundred acres in citrus fruits within last week in automobile driven by W. S. Doyle, of was convicted by a jury at the last In (lilt' culriiHH of ARiiim-ninon. fia allimlnii .I' !
ordering a
F in the principal.deals made in four miles of Ocala. The property family of whites to vacate a residencein Tampa Saturday night. Sappington term of Orange county court of criminal -I to tin t U found In the "OJja-

,)Ii, the last week and the largest transfer will be divided into groves of two and the negro district. The question of' who was employed at a mine at Mulberry record and was sentenced to,six ccv., )

,, reported was the sale of Malone's hoi" a half acres each. These groves will excluding business houses conducted I' was on his way to Tampa witha months in jail and a fine of $500. An : ::

e. farm known as the Hamushlre Hog I be sold to the best class of_businessmen by white persons also Is under consideration. friend named Manning. The' tall appeal has been taken in the case, || To Cure a Cold In One Day l\J.I'

t'' Farm seven miles from Arcadia the of the North and the total sale !I light on their car had been giving\ Violent words and feelings hetwc'l'fll i I Ilk LAXATIVE IIHOMO( QUININE (tTctIrtiJ. It .I.
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City Manager Riddle recently them trouble and drew to "| I he< migh urn) Hi'atlui. .lie. mid work (tff lha Ji
'buyer being James J. Martin of Ten- already made amount to more thana declared he would refuse to Snppington Hoyte and Wilder assault and bat (:AI one side of the road and stopped. Ho
nessee. The price paid was said to quarter of a million dollars, according grant permits for the operation of
was in the act of examining the light
have been of
35000. to C. P. Anderson president stores whites in the
by negro quarter
when Doyle's car bore down upon him
': the corporation. and in instance did but the
one so,
the and crushed him against;: his own car
D. B. Sharp is proud possessorof
obtained the license from
what Is probably the largest oyster Work of dismantling the old Bentley applicant Dunkle. The accident occurred in a dark placo That Cold With
Mayor
fiN
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:1 shell ever seen in Jacksonville. It shipyards in East Jacksonville on the highway some distance beyi.mithe
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weighs 200 pounds by actual weight. will be completed now within about city limits.! Doyle was driving his
The passage of the bill creating with the dimmer lights on and did not \Lt5
and measures 211 inches across. Some fifteen days according to reports of +

shell! Some oyster! Mr. Sharp secured those in charge and this will mark Dixie county out of the southern end see either Suppington or the car j'tst

the shell several years ago froma the passing away of another CJf those of Lafayette county through this session ahead. I
of the legislature in the
mannerit
sailor. It was obtained by a partyof shipyards which sprang into being at I i QUININE

men working on the raining of an almost a moment's notice in response went through is unique in more John Everett 1C, of Lakeland, was

old sunken Spanish vessel off Key : to the war time demands and which than one respect. It will go to tho taken to Bartow for preliminary trialIn

West and was brought here as a cur was "junked" when the armistice was governor for his approval ahead of the county court charged with tho col.o OM\O La Grippe
ConfbsCASCARrX
other county division bill becausethe
iosity., signed. The shipyard was bought by any killing last night of Cornelius JUnkie

the Gibbs Company and work of dismantling representatives from Lafayetteand 15 years of age. The boys were In t Neglected Colds are Dangerous 4F.
the senator that district
Gus Walton while cruising timberIn began last September. representing the country on a camp and Ilinklewas _...
favored it and because there was F. Tnk no ehincM. Kp chic ...n the north end .Hernando. county :reading the Bible where It refers f.
not citizen of the there lobbying I Break a cold In 24 hours- R.ll.vn I?
a up
last Friday heard a pig squealing and Investigation of the flogging of the county to marriage lie expressed the .wish I Grippe in > days-ICscclUnl for H_d.chQulntn. .
investigation found it was held convicts in Hillsborough against the division. Because! that his girl would him, when '
upon county con marry bd-Callcara .. best Tonic 4'l
in this form doe. not affect the :
by a large black bear which was vict camps by guards was made by of this unique standing of the bill tho one of his companions said. he was r Lautlv*-No Opiate Hill's. 4
committee in both branches of the t
about to kill it. Walton shot the bear the board of county commissioners sure she would as she was crazy

in the throat with his rifle killing it. and resulted in the board approvingthe legislature unanimously recommendedits about him. The lad. It is alleaed.said. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

He ,dressed and brought the carcassto practice. Despite the storm of passage and It was passed by the "shoot while I'm happy," and I

Brooksville which was found to protest which has followed revival of unanimous vote of both the senate it is said, that Everett replied "111

weigh 600 pounds. The meat was the practice of corporeal punishment and house. oblige you," and shot him with a high -

passed out to all who'wished some of the members of the board decided the powered rifle the ball passing thru

it. use of a leather strap on the backs. of While government officials were filing the heart. The coroner's jury returned I-
in the court a brief ex
I
the offenders against;: camp rules is supreme a verdict of accidental shooting
plaining the order restraining the 1
One Japanese sailor was shot seriously in certain cases the only adequate but the relatives of the dead boy have HICaIR
Western Union from connecting II
in a gun battle between Japanese remedy. taken the case to the county court.
and prohibition officer at Jack- Miaml-Barbadnes cable at Miami

sonville. Six sailors were arrested in Plans are being perfected to resumethe armed men from the crew of the sub Engineer Richardson and Fireman '"bVERSIZE" CASINGS
chaser to halt TUBES FIT
being dispatched
the act of unloading twenty cases of task of raising the U. S. S. Isis, were Collins of High Springs are lying in

whiskey from the steamship Erie Ma- which has been submerged .ofY the work in connection with another ca the Lakeland \hospital in a very crit. -
ble in Biscsyne bay. The local cabin
ru into waiting taxicabs. Officers coast of Anastasia Island near Crescent ical state as the result of Injuries received
branch of the Western Union had sent
were awaiting when a small boat arrived Beach for nearly a year. Ono in the wreck of A. C. L. passenger '- 11 .
workmen to lift this which
out cable
at the dock from the ship. The attempt was made several month. train 43 twelve miles north of
connects Miami with Miami Beach, so Michelin Tube. are
Japanese opened fire on- the officers. Lakeland last night. "oth'men were
full size in croM -
that it would not be buried beneath
The Erie was raided and forty additional severely scalded and Collins also sustained ectlon, and are Zk&
ASPIRINName an island which Is now being built In &?
cases were confiscated.. a fractured skull. It is doubt- therefore-
the bay It was explained by the manager k.
\ ful if either man will recover. Manyof stretched thin under
The engineering firm of J. B. Mc- of the Western Union. This the were severely bruis- Inflation. This ij': '

Crary company have been Awarded "Bayer" on Genuine work had hardly.begun when sailors ed but passengers none In a serious condition. ; advantage la. especially
contract for the huge appeared and ordered them to desist. Important
'the
engineering The train, bound from Waycross to
which is con- The, request was complied with. when baying tubes
municipal
improvements ditched when it hit *
Lakeland: PS
templated in IJeLand at this time to- All the cars left the for Cord tlr! {*,
There was .."..at excitemn at Lady burncJ ti'aefii.< all "u.crsiz ."
talling at least $400,000 with a possibility with the exception -
track and turned over
Lake about a lost child last week. On
that this amount will be considerably coaches I SMITHS GARAGE
of the two passenger
Wednesday morning the little of
exceeded before the entire son Bu.'". Fia.I .
IIEE B. Aune's wandered away from home mwmmr

A TONIC looking for his mother who was in *

drove Tasteless chill Tonic ieeejresEnergy ; field nearby. It was several hours be. COFFINS & CASKETSAnd IL a

and Vitality by Purifyinp: and fore he was missed. Search was made a Full Line of

by the family without mil I
Enriching the Blood. When you feel lu success, LJnd.vtuka'a Supplies
strengthening invigorating effect' see how Beware I Unless you in the name then help was called for. Most of the : ,,
"Bayer" on pscknpe or on tablete you and in the section searched HEARSE
.
boys
it brings color to the chocks and how are not getting genuine 'Aspirln -, men AUTOMOBILE
prescribed
I, it Improves tho appetite yw tr'lil then by phreinam for twenty-one I I- Always on hand. The beet; wr- make mistake!
You will
its tonic value. years and proreil) safe by millions. Take 'II I Habitual Constipation; cured: vice at the lowest prices.. Special Big Reduction I (In Prices a
1 appreciate true If order fertilizer
Aspirin only a* told In the lI".1"rJ package I In M toll Days attention to ttlK"pti or- you your
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply for Cold, Headache, Neuralgia, Klimmatiem LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a s-\IIIy.\ ers. Registered Embalmer. without getting our new price list Just issued. 1'lcnty I
So
I Iron and Quinine! suspended in syrup. Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and prepared Syrup Tonlo-Laxa'Jve for tUbltualComuipation. of Materials!', prompt shipment. Order now. 1'ertillzersi, InBCGUu'dcn -
pleasant even e Mldren like it. The blood for Pain. Handy tfn boxes of twelve Buyer \ It relieves promptly but -
needs QUININE to Purify it and'IRON to Tablets of Afpirin' cost few cents Urnflcietii should be taken regularly for U to 21 day I DeWTIT C. JONES Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and : alNO..1 larger packsce. Aspirin to Induce regular action. It Stimulate and I STARKX FLA. \ E. I'AINTEIl FERTILIZER CO.
Grip germs by Its Strengthening. Invls'jI'atUlg of M the Monaacvtficacidrator trade mark tit Buyer of Manufacture PP''''I.ite*, Very I'loasant to Tak.. Kk : JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAFRIDAY

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