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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 29, 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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FRIDAY APRIL 29 1921. NUMBER FOKTY.FOUH
(VOLUME FOHTV-TWO. STAUKE. FLORIDA 'h, J

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FLORIDA IN V EG ETAIlLE NEW CIRCUIT COURT PROVIDEDFOR J
SECOND
STATE, PRISON FARM REFLECTS CATTS INVESTI- IN BILL PASSED] SENATE .
PRODUCEArea '
[RADFORD'SLEGISLATORS GREAT CREDIT TO FLORIDA FAMOUS SPRING ,

Potato Crops 104.899 I 'Irruit Would Take In AUchn \
Including

; Flowers" Surrounding Luxuriant GrowthIn Homes Mass of WATER TO 'I3EMARKETED I Acres; Crop-Value 13693.255'' I GATION GETS Baker Bradford and Levy t, .It.ItEJahth

;rii21.-Florlda
t' Washington April 24_Florid Tallahassee will .

stood second in the production of vegetables have a new circuit court to be known
things .pick and WAY
keeping span
UNDER
the sixteenth circuit if tho
raised l as + judicial ,
CONSERVATIVE about the State Farm Superintendent other, than potatoes, J "
ditch has a close second in his for sale ft 1919, according to a summary I House of Representatives ratifies the 3

charming wife, who sees to it that J I just issued by the bureau of the action of the Senate Monday after ,
t showing the totals for the FULL AUTHORITY AND POWERS! noon in pausing the bill introduced, by
BUT home and the STRONG' COMPANY ORGANIZEDTO census,
the superintendent's
INTRODUCE FEW BILLS
Butler of Duval looking toward that J' t
principal states that Such vegetables PROCEED WITH THOROUGH .
year. TO
surrounding it are so kept HEILBRONN !
K KEEP WATCHFUL:; EYES ONCOUNTY'S grounds INTRODUCE (| and end. The new circuit will comprise
valued at 13,31)5,255
be credit to the state of Florida were INVESTIGATION
1 INTERESTS as to. The a State Farm has visitor WATER TO WORLD TRADEThe I to> total area of 60,038 acres was 'util. the counties of Clay, Putnam, St. ,

I from all parts of the United State of Heil 1 lized in their production. With the Tallahassee, 'April 27.-The first Johns and Flagler. .
will curative properties addition nf white and sweet ,, The fourth judicial circuit! Is rearranged I
E This legislature go on recoiIks potatoes
I and an occasional delegate from some knownto two witnesses summoned to appear' :
unsurpassed bill factory tf for bronn Springs water have been the value of vegetables raised for so as to include Duval and
an foreign country sent here to study our half before the legislative! committee invcstigating
than
local citizens for more A Nassau, while the eighth would take
else. Instead of recognizing I sale aggregated $22,422,005 for Flor .
nothing I
These must the affair, of former Governor
penal system. personages ,
; century, but the waters are just now in Alachua 'Baker Bradford and
,
hat matters of moment thalever ida and the area utilized totalled 104-
more
be entertained at the superintendent'home commercial Catts were heard at a brief sesslon .
developed Into as
before for them to decode l to be a 899 The with their acreage Levy, i1
are that acres. crops .
and we are quite sure they s of the committee Wednesday l' .
during their brief period of sitting, set. and value for 1919 were given by The new circuit would take Clay,
who
with impression Tallahassee
pleasing Both <
a attorneys
were
away "
go the
More than half a century ago: Plagler and St. Johns from the fourthas
Itnany of the lawmakers socal'cihave the census! bureau as follows:
.
,
of the hospitality of the state as exemplified late William Underhill of the arc said to have been more or less
one, it Is now arranged, leaving only
gone "bughouse' 'on introducing Mrs. Blitch. Just at this Crop Acres ValueWhite successful In the!
by substantial citizens of this section, In securing pardons
Duval and Nassau In that circuit, and
N>ills of little or no importance, secnr potatoes ..17,525 $5.301.G8S 1
of the
time the attractiveness ground past and former administration
the run-oil! from '
his horse into
rode
transfer Putnam'from the el htlr.
Kingly calculated only to delay the irr. Tomatoes _...18,089 4,103,929
is. greatly enhanced by a gorgeous the spring. The horse wall sufTerinj I' Senator Calkins, a member of the

ortant work on hand. Anent this growth: of all kinds of flowers that from attack of what is known a. Sweet potatoes ..20,430 3.445.221 committee representing,' the senate CARD ;
an OF THANKS
(practice the Jacksonville Metropolis: Celery .__. ... 1.902 2321,423 ,
flourish in Florida at spring time. The skin that ? side, will leave Tallahassee Wednesday -
"scratches eruption
Pof said: a Lettuce _;_ _, 2,664 1.420,083 tone
Wednesday and
gardens are a real show place discomfort to member T afternoon to be absent for several
r" More than hundred bills of vii- brings great Cabbage ...... 4,501 1.139.301Beans We sincerely thank each and every
a
cannot fail to convince the visitor of the equine family. He noticed afterward days or more and according to Rona who 'so thoughtfully and tenderly J
ually every character were introduc that Florida is truly a land of flowers. that the horse had been (green8,522) 1,123,842:! I tor Harry Wells chairman of the
helped us at the time of tho death and
ted the house 'of n Cucumbers ..._. 3,782 1.043.771
In representatives oTuesday
The other ladies of the farm colony, relieved and few more ? I committee, none of the chief witnesses -
greatly a applications + funeral.of our beloved daughter, Hel
morning. The measures in- Mrs. Chalker and Mrs. Watermelons14,640 91)3,409) be heard until he returns
[ Mrs. Brown' of the water cored the trou. may ,,
For the beautiful flowers sent by
.
en.
eluded virtually every phase of legii Moseley, deserve credit likewise for ble. From, this incident ,the fame of Cantaloupes _. ,,._ 1,079 117,400 I though the committee expects to pro: I(
Individuals '
organizations: and we are '
Elation in one particular or another. the attractive. appearance of the from these a Peas (green) __ __ 695 87,400! 'reed with its work of examining records '\
the water springs as
ifrom prohibiting the driving of auto- grounds surrounding their homes. Sweet Born ___,,..? 647 64,099 and attaining such other informntion grateful. May God's blessings restupon
curative for all kinds of skin disease
each who remembered us
one
Intoxicated the Onions _ .154 40.9H8
mobiles by persons Well kept lawns and beautiful flowers and laterit --? as may be discovered.The I
of the de- became widespread locally, ... . 2 878 in our sinrow.J.. \
irensorlnj moving pictures, Spinach .
? surround these homes. was found that the water was fine I ?? joint senate and house Catts'investigating C. DIGGS AND) WIFE.' .' I
of to be known asaebera' ,
Brlaring a holiday
for affections of the stomach -kidneys : committee has startedits
day, the making of Novem- motion.
machinery In

bar 11, Armistice Day, a legal holildaf BEAUTIFULMEMORIAL In and the bladder course ,of'time the spring I i GAINESVILLE Subpoenas summoning to, Tallahassee EX-GOV. CATTS ,:

the retirement of court 1
supreme property was purchased, by W. E. Davis .I Immediately a number of men of
fcustices after a given service the the state who are believed to have Information '
who had the water analyzed) by

abolishment of the railroad commia DAYEXERCISES Dr., James K. Crook, of New York, a POLICE MAKE which the committee would DENIED A TALKWITHPRISONER w;

Ision, taxation and others., recognized authority on mineral waters. need in its findings went out Tuesday
B the call of counties wanaached
When
This analysis showed the Heil- afternoon. .
the legislative hopper was alBnost ]- Though the committee was appointed -
bronn water to belong to the same WHISKEY RAID 1.

overwhelmed by the flow obneasures class of mineral waters as the Poland some days ago it was not until today -
and it took more than aihour that it was enabled to proceed
I and Bethesda waters, there being u I
to read their titles and dispose with Its stupendous task with any .,
1 slight difference in favor of Hrilbronn
B>f them to the consideration of propMr ,I REV. L. W, KICKLITER AND LT. water. The main points of difference CURTIS: DEES AND MRS. UNA reasonable assurance of success. It PRISONER, AN IMPORTANT. WIT.,>j*". )

committees. ARCHIBALD B. THOMAS ADDRESS are the of iron in Heilbronn j I DUKE CAUGHT WITH LARGE needed the passage of a law whichrave ?'
presence t
INVESTIGATION OF
NESS IN
fi ',We are glad to say that our senator LARGE AUDIENCE water and the entire absence of organic QUANTITY OF WET GOODS the committee the authority to '

and representatives have Intro matter. --,.- \ summon witnesses and receive their THE CATTS' REGIME

fenced very few measures, and thesMrere < 1 : I testimony; under oath and also enable -
During his ownership of the I Gainesville
26th fit- prop The News of Wednesday
of Besides those Memorial Day, April was ,
importance. the committee to proceed with thurosccution According to reports reaching,' Tal-
entioned in previous issues of this: tingly observed at,the .B. H> S. audftorlym'Tuesday erty Mr. Davis undertook, to place the I had the following account of a
of witnesses who lahagHec well authenticatedsources
mav from
>
water the market and met with any
on \
afternoon at 2:30 whiskey raid made by the police of
taper, the following.,;pay be noted: I : flattering success so far he went ', have been found to have testified I whoso Identity arc not revealed -
The of J. J. Dlckison Camp as that city:
R lay Mf: IChight, Senate Bill No. 185lfo veterans j'
and sufllclent
1 aluely. for good\ reasons, ,
with the The
the proposition. project was About 8 o'clock this morning Chief
honor also Ruby
for the occupied seats of ,
{ make an appropriation I The committee comprises Senator former Governor Sidney J. Catts lust 4
abandoned because Mr. Davis lacked
of the Confederacy of Police Perry swore out a city war-
Children -
Butting and keeping in order of the Davis Chapter iV llii chairman and Taulklns' and to the "t r
week made A special trip State
funds to finance it, but his operationswere
their assistant director rant for C. M. Dees, charging tho
ounds adjacent and belonging to thiBite with not abandoned before he had' Representatives Murray Sams! of Vo- Prison Furra at Raiford for the express :
I selling of whiskey, and Instructed
of the Olustee monument, and Mrs. O. L. Hayncs.< : lucia of Lake and Hurvell of of Interview
committee composed of Miss found a considerable number of customers Policeman Storey to secure a search Edge purpose, it IK said, '
orvthe proper care and protection 01Bio A Santa UOHU. From until it who is to
for it prominent citrons !: now con- ing a prisoner expected
among warrant from Hers for
Judge
Mitchell and County
J. M.
monument itself and for the Olive Ray, Mrs.
I ; I eludes its sittings It will be occupied lens
playa more or conspicuous partin
caretaker's and to Mrs. George A. Anderson had decorated in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, F. M. Does and Mrs. Una Duke, proirletretis ,
rection of home
a I Savannah and other important cities. In the consideration of any and all the investigation of the administration '
of the New Southern Hotel
beau. ,
wealth of
Brovide for payment of such approBriation. the stage with a Testimonials from these and evidence coming before it and in doing d tho former executive by the
; laurel wreaths Confederate persons on a charge of unlawfully having
tiful flowers ,
Committee' on appropria ,
will be kept extremely active committee.
so legislative
from local citizens
in the
I now possession whiskey l in their possession. Armed
and U. S. flags.:
one! I of Mr. Davis would fill quite a with the liS it is said that grunt numbers have While the former governor\ made
president of the I necessary papers the officers,
Senate Bill No. 225. Abolishing thdice < Mrs. L. G. Powell
volunteered to and testify In
U. D. C. large volume. accompanied by Policeman Hall, appear the trip to Raiford with every expectation )
of shell fish commissioner, defin W. T. Weeks Chapter grace. proceeded .
her remark Recently Mr. Davis Hold the spring to the New Southern Hotel upport of charges against tho for.met' It is alleged, of seeing the y"
and the tiHe fully presided, opening
fish vesting -
what
g are In addition to this
and to and with a tribute to the Confederate vet. i property to the Heilbronn Mineral and made a thorough search of the governor.: prisoner, he was confronted with a refusal '-
In the state
protect letters of nature '
inBjustrieB Each number of the following Water Company a corporation capitalized >remses.! In a closet In 'Mrs. Duke's. some An anonymous by former Senator J. S. Blitch,
and the fishing pran.
' gulate;( fishing exceedinglywell at $50,000 and it is the pur- room the officers found 52 bottles of revealing alleged misadministration superintendent, whom Catts: appointed .

of this state and therefrom providing splendid rendered program and called was forth enthuse pose of this company to place the water ''Burke's Dry Gin" and 46 bottles of'Bicardi's on the part of Catts will| have to bu to the job.. It Is asserted that the t
be derived ,
>r revenue to from the large audi ; on the market. .Stock sales havo Superior," which was con. nvestigatcd.ELEGATION. board of slate institutions had heard ;
' Kid, how same is to be collected amBpplied lastic applause
and for cancella-.. ence:rPiano not yet been pressed but about $12,- Israted and Mrs. Duke and. C. M. Dees that; the former governor rontcmplatd

' licenses providing and for punishing: solo, "Sousa's March"-Mis* 000) worth of the stock has already taken Into custody ) URGES SPLIT OF visiting the farm, and upon securing
.of
on the of this White. been' taken by citizens of Starke and History of the Cam BRADFORD IN TWO COUNTIES this Informationln trul'ted Superintendent
Ipose violating provisions vicinity. It is the intention to Butch cat to permit the
"Anvil Chorus"-B. D press I )
ft. Committee on game and fisher- Orchestra, A short time ag?,.Chief of Police
forward the stork subscription from prisoner In question to be InterviewedIn +
Miss Law Miss Tallahassee April 27. A delega-
s. Law, Mrs. Cooper, Perry states he became suspicious of -
now on, and it is believed by tlioje private that if the former governor r
Representative Register has Intro- Alderman, Miss Mona Alderman Gus- the hotel and instructed Policeman lon of nine from Lake Butler. and thuurrounding ;
who have gone carefully into tho mater :I did sue him he would hove to .
reached Tal-
bced a bill aiming to regulate huntWkr sie Mae Bennett Niles Ray. lall, who was a new man on the forceto community
that the stock do the of the
will- in
superintendent
soon pay good so presence
Prayer-Rev. B. D. Law. ihassee Tuesday to urge the forming
In Bradford county. get a room at the New Southern
!
dividends. There is the ; the duty at the
no why captain on
reason or
'Neath of another county from of
B By Mr. Johns, of Bradford, House Quartette "Our Comrades hotel and see what he could find out. a part I
to Sod"-Mrs. Perryman; Mrs. Wall, enterprise may not be developed Into j ji I I Bradford. The new county would particular time.
the
fill No. 890. Granting a pension I The[ policeman followed orders and after -
dividend ;
B F. Morgan, of Bradford county. U G. Powell, B. D. Law, Mrs. D. C. a i fine paying proposition. remaining at the hotel for two have the name of Farming, and Lake The former governor it Is said :
>
The Poland Spring at South Poland Butler would be the seat reached Raiford in a downpour of
Bommittee Tones pianistReading said. county !
on pensions. lights is to have been told on the
B Of Hon. Johns the Tallahassee cor- "The Conquered: Banner" Maine, probably enjoys the largest !I:third night that his room had been In the party are DrJ'J. E. Maine, rain, visited the superintendent's

Rspondent ,to the Times-Union has -Lucille Mitchell. business of any mineral spring >n the I rented out. Instruction. were then Dr J. M. Mann, J. W.,Townsend W, house and stated his rnimilon. Wh61l"the "
the Conquered world. The curative properties of the M. Johnson P M.' and M. superintendent revealed his In.
to ,
"Answer Padgett
bis to say: Reading, j: Issued, to the policemen to "Keep :
"Representative Johns of Bradford Banner"-Hazel Middleton. rater there were discovered by mere your eye on the New Southern. 'elnberg, of LaKe* Butleri'ir.; Duke, triictlons the former governor Is said

unty IB perhaps the youngest memmfr Violin solo "Angel Serenade"- I accident, as was the case with llil- : Monday night Policemen Storey and J. S. Howarcf Dukes; and J. P. to have asked: "In this the way you .1'
bronn Springs. The Poland spring "
he is alert and Niles Ray. 'and Coffin of Johnstown. feel ahout It 1"To
but Hall
of the house, located went to the Garden street .
Johns The president of the U. D. C. presents Wall on the farm if II ram this Mr. Witch is said to'have
ways on the job. Mr. saY3 R.iks., He and his side of the hotel and sent a man,in
IB people did not send him here toBjak the Ruby..Davis Chapter Children modest to sons the bigan In *i ivery \ with four dollars to buy whiskey. Ina ,MARRIED AT BALTIMOREMr. answered: "That Is the only way I ,

hold of the Confederacy to the vete- way pct water on ran feel about it." The ex-executive
to help
more laws, but ho market. Their first spring hVM' short time the messcngec is said to

BVwn all undesirable propositions ans. was a' small wooden 'structure cost- I have come back with a bottle labelled Carroll C. Cook and\ Miss Z,4 1 thereupon turned to go, and'spurned
this Orchestra "Southern Airs. married' at tile an Invitation to coma Into the super '
Hat may be prcscnte dat sesBon. log not more than a few hundred dol- "Picardi's Superior" and reported he ma Manning were
." Address Jn memory of the young lars. the buildings surround- had bought it from Dees. Last night home of the bride's cousin, Mr W intendent's home. lie failed is his

men from Bradford county who gave lag the Today spring magnificent\ atone' the officers state they went back to W. Tucker, of 858 W, Fayette' street, mission to lice the prisoner, It I. as.. 'e.aerted. '.

I see that our cops' are going to their lives for their country In the structures and the are cost of these with the same place and sent another messenger Baltimore, on tho evening' > of April .

B ve their photographs and fingerfcnts World War-Lieut. A. J. Thomas, of other must Into in and he returned with the 4th. Rev. E. L. HallnH l performedthe

taken." Co. E, 156 Infantry, A. E. F. millions improvements of dollars. All of run this has same results. While in hiding,' the ceremony in the presence of s Mrs. L. R. 11111] spent last week In

How about their foot prints Tlaven't Address, Memorial-Rev. L. W. been accomplished from sales of officers report they saw a number of number of relatives and friends. Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
wa-
you heard about the paper Kickliter, veteran of the War Betweenthe ter from a spring that Is said to yield transactions made, but did not make After the wedding a sumptuous Hill, her son and daughterinlaw.The e
Statei. was served, and the balanceof latter was before her marriage/ t
Mortage? 8 gallons minute. Heilbronn 1 any arrests at that time as they supper

Orchestra, "When Circles are Bro- Spring No. per 1 yields more than 200 wanted to make a big haul and get: the evening was delightfully spent Miss Rose Mary Miller.LAWTEY .

ken" the goods. Early this morning the with music and 'various amusements.
minute of the character
Benediction-Rev. B. D. Law. gallons per same The morning the happy pair '
PARKEMAYGETIPUBIICBUILDING of water. papers were secured and Chief of Police following
and Lt. A. J. left for wedding trip to Washing MAN J
Rev. L. W. Klckliter The Heilbronn Mineral Water Company Perry and Policemen Hall and a

Thomas both handled their subjects Is officered by some of the leading Storey went to the hotel and asked ton, D. C., and Alexandria, Va. Theyare

wt'll. paying tribute to the women of business men of Starke, and the for Dees. Dees came out and was, now at home to their friends at

the South, and speaking feelingly! of enterprise is going' to be pushed along placed under ,arrest and the search 1030 McIIenry street, Baltimore. .1

: "their comrades 'neath.the sod." Both to success. They know they have one ; warrant read to him. The police then The groom is a rising young bus- INBADJ7ITHU.S.R. .

speakers received a storm of ap- of the best mineral springs !'n searched every room .In the hotel, arriving hens man of sterling character. The
KL BY FRANK very .1 .
INTRODUCED Duke's bride a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I)
at Mrs. last. Mrs.
plause. wor'J The markets room
the are open to M. PREVATT CHARGED WITH
CLARK IN THE HOUSE Immediately afte.. the exercises the theca \}< are going after a Duke had not gotten out of bed, but W. Manning, of Starke, Is a popularand I ""* '
IUJD: ; MAIL BOXER
younlady.. Th '
the door told the accomplished /
"o'n" com.one" ral water businpM.! '! came to and was by
cemetery It.
Representative Fran CUr., nrh"BjVer J. ..1. .,;wnllee officers that they had a search war many friends of Mr and Mrs. Cook I -
N'rs. ;.. A. ,. ale, ju.s. Already R. r". Ensey, of Jacksonville, R. M. Prevatt of
andBmrke wish them a long and happy married a young man
forgets Bradford county with rant and were going to search the
L. Haynes, a :
and Mrs. O. one of the ablest civil engineers In
Lawtey is In trouble for robbing ;;
alleged
life. -
has Introduced the following I goodly number of other persons, motored Florida, has been engaged to make!. room. The lady asked to see the war : of mall boxes of the ,

i in the house of representatives, out to Crosby cemetery and decorated plans for improvements at rant and after looking at it said, I Lawtoypostofllce.

shlngton. The bill was referred to with flowers, flags and laurel the spring,necessary and It is intended to start "Walt until I get back in bed. After $110 for her appearance before City Complaint had been mado i

j) committee on public buildings and wreaths the graves of the forty-five the construction work In the very giving the lady time to get in bed. Judge Davis next Monday m/'ttn1 by several that letters containing ,i'

V undo and ordered printed. They veterans who lie sleeping there. near future. First among the Improvement the officers proceeded to enter the and Dens gave a $100 bond for ale ap- checks for strawberry shipments had ''I
not
Bkt of the bill is as follows: and search. In clothe closetin pearance. arrived and a watch was tiniilljr
of the will be easing for the room a
y historian a
Miss Amelia Ray, Later this morning warrants were resulting In fastening the crime \
Acquisitiona thewhiskey
ft Bill Providing for the the the officers found
: room
local U. D. C. chapter, desires to spring to fully protect the water from I Hers! of pilfering such letters Prevatt.
Building atBlrke of taken out from County Judge on
Site for a Public packed in the drawers a
'i thank all those who took part on the contamination. Then will follow a that they Further investigation is said to have
for both parties, alleging
Florida: co-operated sanitary bottling plant and such otli- bureau and on shelves. All the goods II IIet
WBe it enacted by the Senate and program and so cordially were' sealed.Mrs. unlawfully had Intoxicating whiskey! revcaled'that young man had gone

mfc fie of Representatives of the Unit- with her in making the exercises a rr to facilities place the as water are necessary on the market.to begin Duke put up a cash bond of In their possession! and Does was sluo to other places to get the chocks

.
uccess.What's arrested the charge of soiling cashed. .
ftatcs, of America In Congress asffelbled Something like ten million\ dollarsis on
of the whiskey. Mrs. Duke was placed under ('"..vatt was arrested<< by JleputySheriff :
business to
this
secretary share of !
That the making all the amount spent. annually by the bring a big $
that hen of yours believed a f r:;00 bond and Dues! under two Reddish and brought to the 7'!'
awful cackling -I people of the United States for mineral Starke, and It Is confidently '
noise about that Wednesday ,11 i'
authorand< that such will be the case. Persons who bonds cf f300 each. county jail at Starke.
? She hasn't laid an egg tau spring waters. With a water nf yet This Is said to be the largest local U. S| Deputy Marshal Matthews took I,I
( iRe. condemnation or I start take stock in the company may
to with\
the highest grade
at Starke. she? very raid ever made in the history of the Prevatt In charge and carried him to '':
they
ac M for a public building but she's probably I there In no reason why the Heilbronn find it to be the best Investment '
No not lately, Jacksonville.
,
the said; city. 1
a jirida. at a limit of cost for Mineral Water Company should not ever made.
absent mi/1d'd. d
t jBj| not excft ditvr the sum of (5,009. 1


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.' PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD-COUNTY. TELEGRAPH.. STA KE. FLORIDA. p FRIDAY: APRIL 29, 1921.t ._ _

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LAKE BUTLER I Dyal spent Thursday at Sampson lake. B.. L. J>uke was a business visitorto

I fishing. Lake Butler Tuesday. i
Lake Duller, April 29.( -Mrs. C. L. Mrs. Mary Fowler, of Brooker, wan Joe Williams of Providence, was ra II,, ..
.f of Johnntown, here Thursday here Saturday.
+ VarneH and children,
!t went Thuraday and Friday with her Mrs. Estepp, Mrs. Sparks and Oliver Mrs. Lucy Matt, Mr. and Mrs. Tern 'k
parents, Rev. and Mr*. S. S. Proctor. I I of Mounteocha, attended the cem- Chancey and sons spent Thursday :THIS: an

Miss Vida Dekle, of Jacksonville, in etery working here Thursday. here fishing.Mrs. :
,;. 'j" visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs Lewis Matthews were Roan Alderman and son, Alvin Caters; to your necessity and to your

Bunk Dekle, this week. I" visitors to Hampton Wednesday. were visitors here last week.
;p E. J. Murrhee returned to Ocoee Roland Thomas and Harry Pink'ston plei'iure.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Parker, of :
Wednesday. were here on business Saturday.Ben .
it,. New River, were in town on business Rev. Berryan Dyal and ion, Barry, Waters, G. D. and R. D..Fair- DRUGSTORE ;X
Thursday.B. 1 of Sampson, were here Thursday. cloth spent Friday here. ::;:
quality at
L. Duke was a visitor to town ,' Marvin Ogden was a business visitor Several of our citizens attended the It insures-yfriLlJJOodsof prices .

; 'Wednesday. to Sampson Wednesday. meeting at Lake Butler Saturday. teshould be
Jim Blume and son, of Guilford,i no larger than on.a.
Messrs. George and Mann Hazen, Present indications are that the county -
were visitor to town Saturday. 'I: of Brooker, 'were" --business Visitors will be, divided. falling market.. WeYdljowjhe! fliar-
Dennis Roberts and Elsie Harrison, : *
here Wednesday. : : "
of Worthington, motored to town Miss Thomas, of LaCrosse, spent WATERMILL : ket. .

Sunday. Sunday with Mrs. Equilla Dixon. r-=- ,
of White Springs S.
.. D. W. Borum pent the week-end with his family here Dukes her home ,
was a business visitor Thursday.Mrs. returned to at Five ,
here.Marion J. C. Barry returned Wednesday Mile Sunday, after a visit with her
Bowling visited his sister, from Tampa where she has been brother, Seeb' Crosby. WHERE YOU ARE A drug store sells endless things be-
Mrs. B. L. Duke, of Five Mile, Sun J
: m.. day. for the past few weeks' visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw and baby, drugs. Health is the first consideration I
and friends. LOURsides
of LaCrosse spent Saturday at the ASSURED
: and Ethel of
Kttye, Cora Spires,
Midway, spent Friday with tjiclr sister I I Truby and Irvin Dyal were visitor home of the former's parents, Mr. and : ; Your convenience and
r. to the county seat Friday. Mrs. Henry Rivers, of Long Bridge.P. -
Mrs. Will Knight. I j I A heavy and much needed rain fell TEOUS TREATMENT pleasure next
I Mrs. James, of Cuba, is the guest here A. Crosby and sons, of Brook are
of Mrs. Harper this week. Friday. er, were here on business Friday.Mr. .
A crowd of folks enjoyed a fish fry
Shep Moore, of Raiford, motored to at Santa Fe Thursday and Friday. and Mrs. O.' W. Thomas, Mr.
I town Sunday. and children of and Mrs. J. Goodjre and son, Mr. and for
Mrs. Jesse Byrd A complete line of toilet necessities
SERVICE IS
f Miss Monday In Graham Johns
,) I Foetr spent Tampa, Is visiting her parents, Mrs.J. Mrs. U. D. and baby enjoyed a ,
t ,,. with friends. C. Barr fish fry at the river..Friday.O. men and women.
I Warren Coffin, of Johnstown, attended Thomas attended church
Autumn Youngblood and family, of W. at
\ church here Sunday night. Waldo, spent Sunday atthe home of Rock Sunday. WHERE WE t
Miss Wilson left Monday morning
. 'J. A. Graves Mrs. J. II.. Brown was shopping in
'
I for her home in South Carolina.

spent John Sunday Alderman the, truest of Jacksonville of, Mr. and,I from Duffy Tampa Abernathy and will arrived visit relatives Friday Brooker Mr. and Saturday Mrs.. C.morning.Taylor and baby, SHINEDrags A variety of modern; stationery that

Mra. W. C. Town end. I I for a few days. of Hampton, spent the week-end visiting fills
Truby Dyal was a visitor to Sampson every requirement.
Mrs. Markey spent the week-end in with Mr. and Mrs. W. Tyler ,
Gainesville of friends. I I Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Ida Goodtre and Eugene
Client Avery Dyal of Largo, is visiting son, ,
a Moss Hewitt and son, Everett, of relatives here this week. and Miss Bertie Thomas spent Thurs i
Little Springs, were transacting business Mrs. Alfred McKinney visited her day at Sampson visiting. .

in town Saturday. I I daughter, Mrs., Edmondson, of Samp- Allen Thomas was a visitor to CANDIES AND SWEET
Mabel and Pearl Brown, of Miller, son, Saturday. Brooker Sunday morning. '

were in town Saturday. i I Messrs. Marvin Ogden Truby Dyal Mrs. A. H. Warren is on the sick MEATS FOR THE wo--
Judge Greene, of Starke, spent a Guy Rosier LeRoy Wasdin motored to list this week.
few days here with his sister, Mr a.
Bale Johns last week. I Hampton Saturday night Evan Hodge was in Brooker Sun
Wiley Edmondson and sisters, Effie MEN AND CHILDREN
; Annie Howard, of Dukes, was the day.Mr. and Prescriptions ,
+ I here
and Manay, of Sampson, were -
guest of Willie Mae Johnson Sunday. and Mrs. Lloyd Johns attended
Miss Flora Sapp, of Sapp, spent Sunday. church at Rock Sunday.' SMOKERS' ARTICLES
} Kalch of visitor -
I I Roy Hampton, was a
Thursday and Friday with friends. here Sunday. Reba Brown fell and bruised her I

r Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, of Fivo I I| John McKinney, of Sampson, was arm badly Tuesday, but it is improving
:Mile, were visitors to town Saturday. here Sunday. rapidly.J. FOR MEN.Turner's .

Misses( Fryer, Fogg and Wilson Misses Batra Harvey and Estelle H. Brown was.numbered on the
visitors to the State Prison Sat
were sick list last week.
0 I I Wasdin, of Waldo, spent the week-end
urday.A. I 1 with relatives. 1 1I Our farmers appreciated the heavy
E. Proctor spent Saturday in I Messrs. Oscar and Theodore Hall, rain of last Friday night and their
.
Sapp.H. S. Long and Math Roberta, of,.I|' of Waldo, spent Sunday at the home crops are. growing off much better. ,
'of Mr. and Mrs. Matthews
Five Mile attended the Masonic lodge a'
HAMPTON
I Remember the box social Friday
Thursday night. I

g Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his. regular,I night.-A chicken pilau was enjoyed Saturday Hampton, April 29-Mrs. C. P. Sail Drug Store

Appointment! at Antioch Saturday'andSunday. night at the home of Mr. and ser and daughter, Clara May, of Valdosta -.
Mrs. Rufus Jones. are the guests of her father,
Mrs. Dora Edwards and granddaughter I P. B. Hunt, this week.
Truby Pinholster, of Brooker, attended
Grace, were the week-end Bible school here Sunday af W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn, was a The Nyal Store
guests of Mr and Mrs. Scarborough.Mack business visitor here Tuesday
ternoon.
Overstrect was in town on Mrs. E. E. Morgan has recently returned .
u business this week.H. from Green Cove Springs, after STARKE Day Phone 14, Night Phone 31 FLORIDA
Blake {is spending the week in I / UAIFOKI spending the past week.J. 0

Starke on business. :D. Pry and family, Mrs. Annie
Harney Varncn, of Johnstown, was Raiford, April 29.-A party was Johns and Johnny Lu Drawdy motor
trammeling business In town Thurs given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. ed to Gainesville.Rev. .

I H. :Andrews Tuesday evening in honorof Burke, of Waldo, preached at
day.Bruce
Warren, of Worthington, was their niece, Wilma Andrews. MusI the Methodist church Sunday.Dr. .
a visitor to town Wednesday. I and games were enjoyed. The Parks was a business visitor to
'II{. A. Reeves and son, of Baker guests were invited into the dining Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday.

county, were in town Wednesday. room where delicious refreshmentswere Miss Audrey Johns, of Starke, has'
Miss Whitworth left Monday for served, and at a late hour,the liven a recent visitor to Hampton. SaleThe
'I Jacksonville to visit her mother. i guests departed. Those who attended Miss Genevieve Rivers, of Lake Money Needing

i Miss Edna Epperson has gone to the party were Messrs. Shepardi Butler, is the guest of her grandpnr-f
Lcesburg where she has accepted a i i Moore, Earl Whitten, Carlos Johns, nits, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Futch, this ,
position In the school. I I John Hollingsworth, Harley Moore, week.
Mrs. Allen and daughter; of Lulu, Bill Dowling, Eustis Crews, Walter Hiram Wilson left Tuesday for
; were shopping in town Monday. j Whitten,' Dewey Hollingsworth, Lacy Mulberry, where be"will be the guestof
Russell Vanes was visiting in our Canon, Sidney Futch, Avery Tyson, his brother.
Sale started
town Monday. i I O. G. Smith, Carl Ritch, Carl Andrews Rev J. Mullady and son, C. G' Mul- big April 23 is still going on. Bills due
'
g Charles Smith, of New River, was Brady Rosier, Misses: Dora lady are spending this week In South
r4 +i in town on business Thursday. Johnson, Helen Nauright, Mamie Florida. must be paip! I am sacrificing my stock of seasonable merchan-

.D. II. McMillen, of Paradise, was a I Denmark, Wilma Andrews, Sadie Lee Parker entertained a large
visitor to town Thursday. Simmons, Clarice Dowling, MildreJ number of young people at his home dise. Goods will go at bargain prices. It will pay everybodyto
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith, of New- 'Kicklitcr, Alma Alvarez, Marguerite'Anderson Monday evening. Interesting games
r berry, returned to her home Sunday, Lucile Alvarez, Anna"Mae and social conversation were the artier Come and see this stock. Because of limited I only
after a visit with their daughter, Mrs Anderson, Viola Kickliter, Beulah of the evening., At the conclusion space can

1 1 ;, Coleman. They were accompaniedhome Mann, Sybil Ritch. delicious refreshments were, serv mention few bargains but there hundreds
a of others
by Mrs. Coleman. I Judge Kelly, of Madison, was visitI ed. Those who were present reporta are waiting
J. S. Townsend spent Wednesday I tag relatives and friend here Satur- pleasant evening.
r in Palatka. 'I day. Miss Pearl Dees, of Starke, is the for you, especially my spring deliveries.

Lake Butler high school closed Fri I Mr. Catts was the guest of A. D. guest of her sister, Mrs. J. V. Jones,
6' day after a successful term. i Andrews Friday night. this week.
;' Judge James Kelly, of Madison, an Mrs. C. B. Macclenny, of Macclenny Mrs. C. E. Harper was a business
old Bradford county boy has been visiting -: was transacting' business here on visitor to Jacksonville Friday.
j'' our town and while here delivered -d'j I Friday. Victor Allen and family, from Ala- GROCERIES
a splendid address at the closing I I Rance Andrews, of Dukes, spent bama, are visiting his parents, .Mr. MEN'S CLOTHING
'1' exercises of the high school. I i Sunday here with relatives and and Mrs. J. Allen, this week. '

'+ Mrs. R. E. Dell returned home from 'frlenda. Dr. Middleton, of Starke, has been Best Grade Sugar, lb. X30 Mohair Suits
St. Petersburg, where she baa been I| Shepard Moore was a visitor to -called to Hampton on professional. This Sale ----------------,------- .09 This Sale All colors and sizes.
attending the grand chapter order Lake Butler Sunday. business several times this week. 24 lbs. Self Rising Flour '-----------------------11.95

i d of Eastern Star.,, f John Hollingsworth and Harley The cake, pie and cream sale given This Sale ,_______________________ 1.19 $35 ;.laSls.) Brown, Green Colors
t' George Anderson, of Raiford, was Moore were visitors to Baker county by the Baptist W. M. U., Saturday lOc Rice, lb -----------____._____15.95
I In town Tuesday, having some shop Friday. was a success. The nice sum of $13
C. Browning returned home from This Sale _______'_- .05 $50
work done. was raised. The ladles wish to thank ------ Flannels, up-to-date
Messrs. Merritt and Welch;of New Jacksonville Thursday night.Shepard everyone who helped in any way. Arbuckle's Coffee, lb This Sale 9.50
'". River, were in town Tuesday.W. I Moore was a visitor to Miss Daisji Moore, of Theressa, is This Sale .24 -

M. Holt, of Alachua, was lookIng iii Lake Butler Saturday night. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. B. Charmer Coffee lb .
after Earl Whitten was a visitor to the Weest, this week. _
business in town Thursday.Rev. I MILLINERY
This Sale ______
=_ .24
county seat Saturday. --
is
M. M. Wamboldt stopped in Miss Nadley Marcionny, who at- .
Lake Butler a while Monday morning tending school oln. Hawthorne, visited Lard, Compound

while enroute to Nashville. FIVE MILE her mother, Mrs. L. G. Johns, here This Sale, lb -------------------__ .n Up-to-date Assortment at Special Prices
Bud Varnes was in town Monday Saturday and Sunday. Navy Beans, lb
the tools for better Five Mile, April 20.-Mrs. D. I. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May, of Ala -
Fretting necessary This Sale LADIES'
------_ _______________ .07 NEEDS
farming. Blume has returned from an extended chua ,county, were business visitors .
t Rev. W. C. Armstrong filled his appointment visit with relatives at Vero. to Hampton Monday.Mr. White Bacon, Ib

' at Jennings: Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rimes visited Humphreys, of Brooklyn wasa This Sale ------_________________ .16 $5.00 Dresses, Ginghams Plaids

Tom Rimes, of Miller, was in town relatives here Friday. visitor here Tuesday; Lard, per 60 lb. Tub This Sale ----__.___.__.__._ 2.98
r
and Marcus, visited The W. M. U.' met at the
Dekle Baptist
Tuesday delivering a load of sheep. Mrs. son, This Sale Ib ____
---------------- .10
relatives in Lake Butler Saturday.A home of Mrs. K. B. Watterson Tuesday $3.95 House Dresses '

GRAHAM goat buyer was Interviewing our evening. The attendance was H' T" This Sale --------------_________ 1.98 r,
citizens last week. good and a very interesting programwas .. ,,1
Graham, April 29.-Wallace Thig- Mrs. F. L. Drawdy and son, Ardell, rendered. $6.00 Ladies' Crepe de Chine

pen, of Ziff, was here on business last were shopping in Lake Butler Sat- $5.00 Men's Hats _This Sale-Up. _from _________ 295
CARD OF THANKSWe
urday.
Tuesday Barley Thomas, of Bradentown, Marcus Dekle and Arden Drawdy This Sale __-.____________________ 2.69 $2.25..Ladies Silk Waists

and sister, Alma of ,Zlff, were hero attended a party at Worthington on*. heartily thank the many kind $3.50 Straw Hats This Sale -----__________________ 1.19
evening. friends who assisted us before and after
Wednesday. Saturday This sale
,
O. W. Dyal was in Hampton Wedlienduy r Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gainey and chil- our sad bereavement, as also those Men's,} and Boys'----All----Style-----Hats---- Below"Cost 2.49 $2.00 and $3.00 Children's Ma 1 Y Janes
dren visited relatives at Watermill who sent the magnificent gifts of This Sale __
on business. I ____________ __ 1.89
i returned from Saturday mid Sunday.Mrs. flowers.
Miss Florrie Ward ,
_.
Nicholas Tuesday where she has been B. L. Duke was called to the MRS. A. WILLARD, --- .-- -. -- .
d visiting relatives for the past few bedside of her daughter, Mrs. T. R. WILBUR WILLARD .-- --
i weeks. Drawdy, Monday. We trust Mrs.

Ia Frank Jones, of Sampson, was A Drawdy will soon be restored to,, her ST. MARK'S Cash
business visitor here Tuesday usual health. Departm
Riley Wasdln and wife, were visitors Math Dukes and Ardell Drawdy. The services for the Fifth Sunday nt StoreSAM
to Louise Tuesday. visited in Midway Sunday. after Easter will be!
of l'oIra.o'lorence Gainey U on the sick 11 m., Holy communloh and
,, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard, a. ser-
Theressa attended the cemetery working list this week. mon. ROSENBERG
here Thursday. Bob OBerry, of Lake Butler, was 8 p. m., evening prayer nn A Math and LeRoy Wa din and O. W. here on business Monday. mon. f ,
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1 PAGE SIX- -- -BRADFORD COUNTY_TELEGRAPH, STARK ..!'LO p'A. FRIDAY, APRJL_29, 921. __

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j- TO OWN A HOME IS __ not be possible this time as engravers 'Roumania, Japan and China," whilean

Farmers TO BE INDEPENDENT and stereotypes will be affected as appropriate insignia of the United
Iff"1 I r Bradford County I I well as compositors. Nor .will they States appears in the centre which

Truthfully states the Sanford Her be able to have their printing done signifies "Unity is Strength." The
ald: "There is a .feeling of indepen- in other' cities, as many others did, colors of the ribbon embraces all the
1 -- -- ------ ----- -- ----
1i/ \i dence In owning, :your own home that this walkout being general. I hues ,of the rainbow bordered by a
THUMPS MAY MEAN CHOLERA ( SUGGESTIONS FOR WATERMELON dairying is to be made profitable
. GROWERS I cow must produce 600 gallons entirely repays ;you for the effort and During the former strike two New white line, which means the dawn ofa
every
; sacrifice necessary fpr you to make in York journals got their publicationsout I new era of peace.
: I of milk each At present, the
\ In contraction of year.
Thumps in a fig a I order to own a home. Try itl"! on time by using multigraphs and I Ex-service men or next of kin may
the muscular partition The following suggestions for the j annual production of cattle in Florida
,. diaphragm, a ( 1 lis about 300 gallons. The Metropolis holds steadfastly to reducing the size of their pages. They apply in person, may phone this office
II found between the chest and abdominal growers of watermelons are given by
4..'; cavities. I Pathologist "'. C. Meier, of the U. S. 'I the home- wninl&' plan as the solution are planning to do this again and (1121)), or may send a post card and
''I to the housing problem which is more numerous others will doubtless follow the forms will be mailed themto
Agriculture if' proper
:, There ere several things apt to pro- Department of and The business will be
1! of dairy never or less acute in all sections of the suit, providing they can get the be filled out. or :you may fill out
should
most Important carried
,. { duce thump Probably the put, prove. great profitable so long as dairymen con- country, and while it has never given machine. The manufacturers, however i the following coupon as directed and
!'t, cause is hog cholera or twin benefit. tinue to raise ticks and cows In the the matter attention from the viewpoint are now having a tremendous mail.

j. plague, ai thumps is often an indica- I. Disinfect seed. same pasture. assumed by the Herald, the satisfaction demand from business houses, many Victory Medal Officer,
tion of either of there diseases. Aid 2. Practice crop rotation.
of independence is comforting of whom seem determined to become Jacksonville, Fla.
i- worms In the lungs will produce the :$J. Apply good fertilizers.and then TilE WAY TO PLANT NAPIER indeed. .Incidentally, the present Independent of printers and printers' Please send me a Victory Medal application -
:, trouble. Another cause is overloading practice good cultivation. GRASSNaple'r strikes in the future.It .
time is opportune for general buildIng blank. I served in the Unit-
"' the etoma<'h and getting iniufll in 4. Spray with bordeaux mixture, program. Prices have descended is estimated that the loss in wa- ed States army during the World Waras
clent exercise. Young pigs kept
dusty quarters often develop thumps.Bogs 4-4-50, for anthracnose. Grass should be planted on to a reasonable point, considering the ges, profits and handicaps to business an___________-___(State "whether
6. Handle melons carefully at harvesting a level on high dry lands that have prices of other things which have generally will average close to $750- officer or enlisted man).
I grazed liable heavily to attacks.on peanut pastures season; avoid cuts and bruises been previously prepared and the fer- about permanently settled on a fixed 000 a day if the strike continues any

: Since are there are no causei, on the rind. tilizer already put in the same as you basis, and delay may mean material considerable period. My'full name is..._._._____.______
k many 6. Prepare shipping cars properlycover would for corn, cotton or cane. Use loss. This, of course, is in referenceto
each. case inuxt be studied and dealt walls with heavy paper where about 200 to EDO pounds of good, com- the build-youv-own-home idea. VICTORY MEDALS
with separately. As thumps is an Indication melons come in contact with'the car; I mercial fertilizer to an acre. Rows It is impossible for the home-own Box No.__________ R. F. D. No._____

of hog cholera and swine pad ends to prevent bruising. Pro- : should be 6 feet apart; plants set ev- ing plan to be complete unless there Now that recruiting for-the U. S.

plague, these diseases should always vide clean. dry bedding, and make ery two feet in the row. At end of is a great deal of building.* During army has ceased the war department 1 City....___1_______ State__________
be kept in mind and thorough, invest! sure that end vents are the and since the armistice all
open. year when plants have matured, they war, Is desirous that the officers left
3 ration made to eliminate the posslbillty .- 7. Haul melons from the field in can be thinned to four feet in the row. building hat been! practically at a in very charge of the Victory Medal work A SAFE PLACE AT LAST

of their presence. burlap-padded and load immediately Lay joints on an angle, using handto standstill, and while resumption of make special effort to reach all the -
An affected animal should receive a avewing! all unnecessary pack the soil around them. Cover home building is getting under way ex-soldiers or the next of kin of deceased -
diet containing a limited amount of handling. with hand to two Inches deep. If this the program must be accelerated if soldiers in order that they may St Peter, who has just admitted. a
,,6 protein, and should be prevented from 8. Load into the cars only those is properly done and seed joints are the benefits are to be generally felt. receive the medal that is due them. new arrival through the golden gate,
overloading the stomach. Avoid dusty; melons showing fresh, firm stems. used that are properly cut with shuck "Own your own home," as the Herald The distribution of Victory Medals to attending angel:-Take this man to

quarters for young pigs. Give plentyof 9. Use the stem-end treatment, remaining'over eye, they will be up suggests, and once the plan la In Florida 'began last June with the the hospital. He seems about to take
exercise. If the trouble is the re- recommended by county agents and within a week, providing there is not tried, it will never be abandoned.'Iorida .- headquarters at Jacksonville, and to., a fit; he is turning his head and eyes

i suit of peanuts, change pastures fora government' specialists. too much damp weather or hard rains, ) Metropolis. date nearly 2,000 medals have been in all directions. *
t and gradually. New Arrival-I ain't fitified. Mr.
week more
graze tills ia a dry weather plant. The
as issued in this' state which is a very
+ BAY COUNTY FARMERS SAVING eye. when planted must not be too I PRINTER'S STRIKE MAY tat small number considering the population Pete; I'm only looking out for cars.

GET AFTER THE MITES ON THE MONEY deep, or, in other words, joints shouldbe WILL COST A HUGE 2JM of the state of Florida, and the St. Pete-Oh, I see. You must come
POULTRY left at least two Inches out of the number of soldiers she gave duringthe from Starke. No, sonny, you needn'tbe
, Since County Agent R. R. Whit, ground. Will then grow very fast. Millions of dollars will be lost to World War. afraid of careless drivers here.
/ tington went to Bay county about two They are all switched off, to the other
The tender sprouts in working first American labor and business through
Right now insect pests are increasIng \ This medal which is a work of art the Vhere the road
at point
months ago and commenced his work place,
time are very easily broken. If cqv- the printers' strike scheduled to be-
who served
i ', In numbers. The few of yesterday is awarded to all soldiers
he has saved the farmers of the forks.
county ered they will not come back just nation-wide May 1. Something
come on
Y are the hundreds of today and at any time from April 7, 1917 to
the thousands of tomorrow. over $1700 by aidnig them in purchasing like corn in the bud, but after they near 30,000 establishments will November 11, 1918. To those soldiers. -
their fertilizers. get' a few suckers, which they will be affected, the annual wages of the No Worm la a Healthy Child'
chance to
Mites are blood suckers, living on whb did not get a cross
Mr. Whittington has been buyingthe do the first week, it is then safe to whose employee in the printing end but who honorable servicein All children troubled with Worms have aa nnbealthycolor. -
the blood of laying and sitting hens sea gave:
fertilizers In large quantities on cultivate shallow. alone I .which Indicate poor blood and a*a
aggregates approximately $100,
as well a i little chicks. Nothing will basis and the United States a plain Victory rule. there I* more or few stomach dlMurbmoe.
more surely cut down egg productionthan a cooperative by doing so On very wet lands, high beds should 000,000.' Only the newspapers will Medal Is awarded without any claspson GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regularly
has already saved this amount. be made. Then of beds the walkout for .time weeks will earich the blood.
to have the hen house infested open on top escape they having acceded the ribbon. To those who went overseas two
The county agent is quoted as Improve thedUeukm.cad cot a*general Strengthening
say- for the but
deeper joints do to the union demands
with mites. Nothing will weaken and Ing that farmers could likewise some same but did not participate in any Tonic to the whole.,...... Nature will then
stunt the small chick more surely save not cover any deeper. -Another good months ago.Buaineas battles the word "France" appears on throw off or dispel the worm..end the ChUd will bIn
than to be fed upon by theRo little In selling their products if they would way to plant in wet ground is to stick will 't>e hit especially hardif the ribbon, and to those soldiers who perfect health. Pleuant to take. TSo, per.bottle.
do it. He he knows
only says this is the joints In the soil at a slight angle] ,
pests.Mites. the strike is of long duration, (..id fought on the various battle fronts
true because he has seen it tried at "Rats Pass Up All Other Food For
shuck end about 2 inches out of
live and breed in the crack up this'seems altogether probable to re the name of each battle they partici-
of the bonne, In the straw of the nest other places. ground above eye. This method is all sult. The great volume of work thatin pated in is written on a clasp and One Meal of Rat Snap"Their

in the dirt of filthy floors and away right during very,wet weather- or for ordinary times keeps these 30,000 placed on the ribbon of the medal. As I first meal of RAT SNAP is
COUNTY
up under the roofing, paper or shin AGENTS' REPORTS planting on low lands. plants in active operation will be cut I many as five battle clasps have beenawarded their last. Kills in a few minutes and

4 Cries. They come out at night to feed Walton-We After soil is properly prepared and off summarily. And it is printingthat to Florida soldiers. dries up carcaas.Rats killed with RAT
on the birds and sometimes they com led the state last year fertilized, use small hoe for making! in normal times js essential to The medal is made of heavy bronzeon SNAP leave no odor. RAT SNAP
with the best .
by day, if 'no numerous they all can'fret to field of oats according holes about two inches deep, putting I the success of the concern that buyb the face of which is a Winged Lib- comes in cake form. Break"Into small

around to the hens during the pecting an extension do it specialist.this We are ex- roots in hole on an angle, not straight lit. Business generally ia seeking a erty with drawn sword but in an at- pieces, leave where rate travel. No

night.' While they prefer the hen to again year. pressing: soil\ firmly about roots. On way out. titude of peace. On the reverse aide mixing with other food. Cats or dogswon't
the owner, they are not too friendlyand wet lands use same method of plant- In the outlaw strike in New York is written the words: "The Great War
touch it. Safest cleanest
Duval-Napier surest
kindly to men and women. grass as a succulent ing as given for joints. City 18 months ago' one national magazine for Civilization" and the names of all
food for dairy cows and all other livestock rat and mouse killer. 3 sizes, 35e,
; Dusting will not kill thrift aa it will resorted to typewriting its matter the allies, "France, Great Britain,
h' lice. You hate to cover the mite's body is growing In popularity here. "The birthday cake was heavy and utilizing photographic, stereotyped I Belgium, Italy, Serbia, Brazil, Mon 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
The few who have tried it are highin But the candles made it light." plates for This will Russia Greece D. C. Jones Starke.-Adv.
l + with something killing. There are' va- their praise of It and will plant printing. tenegro, Portugal, .
1t rious "lieu killer that do good: work. larger this -
L Kerosene In better than nothing,.but areas year.VolusiaFarmers .
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N. W. Sanborn extension I
poul-
are preparing to ship their watermel-
try husbandman of the University o f one co-operatively. .
7 Florida, advises the thorough cleansIng '- ,
a of the house. Make a regular Holmes
-Watermelon Is In
E'e t spring cleaning job of it. Get one or cellent 'condition, fully prop two weeks ex- I .

t the quantity wood of preservers kerosene and with mix it.an Spray equal ment ahead of of average lettuce will season.be made First ship-next You Are Cordially Invited :to Attend the "

this into all the corners, crack. and week.
d spaces where the mites retire. Repeat ,
M once a week for a month, doing .}' /
r. Citrus I Demonstration of
-The cold wave set the watermelon j
: the work when the hens are out of the '
k crop back about ten days :
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house. Keep the hens outside till the "
I damaging slightly a few other cropsas ? ,,r,
wood has soaked up all spare Bray.c' well. ... J'
Coal tar dips can be used, but are less j I
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often.effective and must be repeated more the Alachua bean crop-Because ia lighter j of than dry expected weather, j, : :H.'i '

' but prices are good. A frost has done
44 v nr.':." TOMATO -FRUIT WORMS light damage to the truck crops. I ,j ; White Crest Flour"J7 :


; This insect is the most serious pest Columbia-Much damage was-done .
' D of the tomato In Florida. It Is frequently by the frost; watermelons, tomatoes, ,

I found in corn, green peas, potatoes and almost all other crops .. :. '.< j j0
beans, cotton and other plants.
," were seriously affected. I r '. 'I
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The tomato Is most Beverly attacked -

.: in spring\ and early summer. The Suwannoo-The frost has set our .. At i.'..,. At .'\ '
egga are laid on the leaveR The wat..rmelon'.crop back about two -' 'v. "

young! larvae feed there for a day or weeks. Dry weather-is beginning toe ,

two, but soon migrate to the stems, > ruinous to farm crops of this coun-
4 ,,' into which they bore. As soon as the ty. .

tomatoes set, the worms go for them.

They eat their way Into the fruit and Santa Rosa-Many cattlemen are A.
M.
L mine the inside. They may eat a to- laving their stock tested for tubercu Darby's Store :
mato just enough to spoil it, and then osls. Only a small percent of native
go for another Thus one worm may animals are found to react. '

cause the Ions of many fruits. ,
While making their way 'Into fresh Polk-By careful survey the watermelon .

tomatoes the worms may he poisoned crops of this county are foundto
by any arsenical with which the fruit be as good as that of any other

has been sprayed. When the first county, Disease and insect enemies
fruits are small, the chances for poisoning are becoming bad: Farmers are effec-

s, are especially good. The worms vely spraying with 4-4-50 bordeaux. Monday Tuesday
,s are not able, because of the small WednesdayMAY
size of the fruits, but remain on the Seminole-Probably 300 carloads ofreen.Top I

Pt'' outside, and may cat out sections of celery have been left in the ,
I several tomatoes In a single day. (strict. Pepper will be ready for I

N" Spray with lead arsenate, using 2 shipment about the first of May. 2 3 4
d' to 3 pounds to 50 galls of water. I. "
Two pounds of lime should he added Taylor-Cold weather has Injuredthe ,

( j to this spray in order that it might watermelon crop of this county : D

V have sticking! qualities and prevent about 60 per cent. Corn also has been I 4
burning of the plant. The first spray injured. %
37V ing should be given when the earliest I Cooking Demonstrations each I
y tomatoes are the size of small mar IP selecting a sire for use inthe morning, 9 to 12

bles. A week later; If there Is no' dairy herd, get one from a family of t : Dainty Luncheons Served FREE- j jI
rain, a second spraying can be given. good' producers. Ills dam and grand- ," Afternoons 2 to,5:30 <*
Should it rain shortly after the first dam should have produced 10,000 I Two Sacks of Flour ,
:> will
be j jI
praying, it would be advisable to apply pounds of milk (about 1160 gallons) >1" Given Away FREE
the second within three or four In : :
a
year. '
days. Even a single application will \ Each Day---Ask For Coupons. *' .

,, greatly reduce' the percentage of in Cold: Cause drip ana Influenza I ,' ::;.1 :

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festation.Dodson's. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet. lemon*th.auu. '. '
n Then U only on. ".... slots.t ..' I j
E.W GROVE sl iwnm OB bas tin I

"And There Wasn't the Slightest, : The W B. Johnson .' I.. .

: Liver Tone Smell From Dead Rats" Co. : ,

Writes John Simpkins, farmer ofAnnandale..N. I < ;

Instead of Calomel ..: "Rats were costingme ;: ',.< .
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Wholesale .i"
hundreds yearly; tried dogs, firsts r Distributors ;;
poison:could not get rid of theht

Calomel ia uuicludltrer. It attacks Bought *05 pkg, of RAT SNAP (5 JACKSONVILLE

I' the: bones sad paralyse the liver. Your cakes). Used half, not a live rat FLORIDA t ,
.". pooh bottle of pleasant,
dealer *
barmloM "Dodson's, Liver Tone" under ilnc'e. Dead ones aplenty. I like RAT

aD Ironclad, money-back guarantee that SNAP because after killing rata It
ft will rag hatheft liver, stomach and dries them up-leaves no +mell." 3

' bowels b *' MOlvatlng. calomel you-IS without million sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guar, .... I I
.tokening or anteed by D. C. Jones.-Adv. j
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FRIDAY. APRIL 29. 1921. f BRADFORD COUNTY fELEGRAPII. STARKE FLORIDA. .
f'At.t'l SEVKKiUKOOKER
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Mr. and Mrs. C. Moody an{eons> ot which place Rev. Boyer is holding a A. WILLARU the enforcement of the eighteenth J. E. Bohannan returned Friday after tt',
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LaCrosse, were In town StUI.'lday.Mr. series of revival services at the. Inglis ----9 amendment tee the concurrent power a trip to the southern part of tho j

Broker April 22.-Rev. Ridenour and Mrs.Provident Lewis Grfy and little Baptist (church. Thursday?.April 21, about noon; tho tif the states. ttate. While away he visited\ Sor- '' 4

his daughter of ( were visitors A. 11. Ilaney returned borne'"un- cad new. went forth that A. Willard Mr.: Hill declared that he was for rento !Mulberry Plant City and other
filled regular -
of Gainesville appointment here Thursday aYtt'rnoonMr. day from a ten days' business trip in an old and well known cltieen, had departed "real law enforcement" but not for places.,

here Sunday at the Mis- and Mrs. WilJ.AridroUt| ot New Putnam county. this life at his residence on "farcial evasion.. "Local option U 11. C. Wimberly Jr., and G. H. Bar W'i;

sionary Baptist, church. River were In tj>wn Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and little West Call street an American principle," ht added and her were business visitors to Lawtey

Messrs. Fred and Lucian Hazen j' son, of Jacksonville were, guests of Alonzo \villard born in "prohibit is not. Large elementsof Friday
was Wyandotte
and Claude Crosby spent Friday afternoon Several of/the young 'folks spent relatives in Lawtey last week our people are opposed to the na- G.
October W. Parker
county, Ohio 8 1857. Sr.
was transacting
Friday aftoj&oor, In Worthington. W.7L Burt visitor to Stark tional or Volstead prohibition,
in Starke.R. was a In 180 he came to Florida and lived act as business in Lawtey Saturday f' .
J. C. yftt of Alachua visit an encroachment
is the
on a Tuesday on police
rights
few of first at later !Mrs Owen j
A. Weeks spent a days Ocala moving to the! Marrreturned to her
here vtfth{ his aunt, Mrs. L. W. Sowell. C. H. Churchill, of Jacksonville of the stairs. and the personal' libertyof
last week at Lake Geneva fishing. Starke section. In 1894, on December2nd home at Minis! Saturday after, a weeks .' \\t
Mssrs. the
: Lucian and Fred Hazen and people.
several in last
1 .Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Wed- aude Crosby attended the fish' fry week spent' on business.days Lawtey he married Miss Jessie Perry, a visit with J, T. !Marr and family. She .:I
I daughter of the late Mr. Samuel Per was accompanied as far a. Jacksonville r
nesday shopping Alachua. ,- at Sampson Wednesday night. Miss Florrie Terry of Starke spent ZIFFZiff by Miss Rena Marr for short l

Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse."" is in Dopan 'Nabb, of Sampson, was In Saturday at the home of her parents, ry.For visit with relatives there a 1';
*' town Friday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. many years the deceased livedon .'
town :Monday. s Terry. April 20. -Rev. J. II. Kelly filled Wesley Wilkinson was a visitor to
his farm
e Mis"Mana Andrews' who has been and Mrs. U. D. Johns and son, John Roberts returned to Jackson northeast of Templesmill his appointment at Rock Saturdayand Lawtey Saturday.
of New River were here Wednesday ville Sunday .after spending; several and though his health was broken Sunday. :
visiting relatives at New River returned afternoon.T. days here with his father E. J. Rob- did his best to make his living Mrs. Lizzie Howard of Gainesville !Mrs Nancy Perry returned horn ,!;

home Sunda,. B. Pinholster spent Sunday af- erts. But at last his trouble, heart disease, Saturday from a month's visit with ,
spent Sunday here with her daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Eurie Knight, Mr. and ternoon at Graham Miss Joyce Terry vislfed relativesIn got to severe that he had to give up III ra. Reddick Thomas. her sister Mrs. Struder Austin in .

Mrs. Grady Kelly, of Gainesville, S. V. Andreu. A.'A. and G. W. Ha- Starke: Thursday his work and place himself under phy- Messrs. Donald Adkins and George West Jacksonville .

spent Sunday'here with relatives. Zen attended the mass meeting held : Henry Bennett of Jacksonville wasa sicians' care. But the disease gainedon Rivers of Long Bridge, spent Sun- J. I. !Marr was a visitor to Jacksonville .,' l

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sowell spent at Lake Butler Saturday afternoon. business visitor to Lawtey Satur- him, until it ended his life at the day guest, of Purvis Lewis. Saturday and Sunday.

part of last week with their son, H. Miss Eunice Hazen motored to time stated although everything in Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Moody and Messrs. Fred Moore and Bryant #'

Sowell, of LaCrosse.Mr. Worthington Wednesday.Mr. : day.Rev.. Ryals, of Crawford, preached the way of medical attention and : ...on. !Herman of LaC'rosseattt'nded Reddish of Lawtey, were visitors V
and Mrs. D. W. Kelly of New at the Methodist church both nursing had been given him that here '
and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children Sunday church at Hock Sunday. Sunday. .1-

spent Sunday afternoon in La- River were here Sunday afternoon morning and evening. knowledge and tender love could' Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Galney and Mr. Mr. and Mrs John Wilkinson, ofJacksonville "

Crosse. visiting their mother Mrs S. J. Kel- Bryant Reddish was a visitor to supply and Mrs. L. R. Gainey, of Hrooker, \ !, visited friends here on .,
The deceased member of the
was a
ly. Jacksonville Sunday. spent Sunday with !Mr. and Mrs, R. Sunday. 1
John Surrency of Graham was attending Church of Christ and bore its teach ..
Reddish and Chester Andreu of A. H. Harley was transacting business P. Lewis. D. L. Rigby of Starke, was a visitor k
to business here Friday.Mr. ings constantly in mind, by dralgbtforward'dealinlt' -
New River, attended B. Y. P. U. Sun- in Jacksonville here Sunday
Saturday. Mr. and !Mrs. Ernest Johns, of LaCrosse -
and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter with his fellow me-no
day night.' David Durban Jr., returned home kindness to all and fortitude under spent the week-end here, tilt !Miss Carrie Starling went to Starkn ''J
e Ona Rita of Gainesville spent A party consisting of Misses Willie last week from Williston where he affliction. guest of.Mrs. Alice Kelly., Tuesday for a visit with friends and

the week-end here with relatives.Mr. Mae Olliver Inez Abernathy Ma- spent a few days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs* Henry Shaw and children relatives.

and Mrs. W. Andreu and son, na and Leila Mae Andreu and Messrs. Alex Ott, of Jacksonville, was a "The white light scorches; and the of Cooter Pond spent the weekend F. D. Land made a business trip to '

Guy of New River were in here Sun- Lucian and Fred Haten, Troy Andrea visitor to Lawtey Sunday. plainStretches here with their parents, Mr. and Jacksonville Saturday

day afternoon. r Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholater enjoyedthe The strawberry shipping season Is heat before us,. parched with Mrs J. B. Thomas. Dr. W. It. Hudson motored l out from

Harley llazen is home on a visit social at Mr. and Mrs. A. L. about over and our farmers are all and; Those who spent Sunday at the Jacksonville\ and spent the weekendwith
But by bye the fierce beams
'to his! parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Greene 1I Saturday night. busy with their other crops. The ber- home of Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Thomas I his parents Mr. and !Mrs. 11. H,

Hazen. F. M. Beville moved his family tG''ry season has been a very profitableone wane; were, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howard' Hudson *
'And lot the nightfall, cool and sweet
Otter Creek last week where they this spring. In fact the most and children, of Gainesville Mr. and
Lottie Galncy who is attending the will reside. With dew. to bath the aching feet I
profitable one in a good many years. Mrs. W. 11. Shaw and children of ,
Gainesville high school, spent the Messrs. R. T. Osteen and L. W. As has been stated before, the acreage Of near relatives Mr. Willard leaves Cooter Fond Mrs. Sallia Prescott and To Cure a Cold In One Day

week-end here with her parents Mr. Sowell motored to Hampton Sunday was small as compared with other his widow a son, Wilbur Willard of niece, Amy Starling, Messrs. John Tab LAXATIVE!: HROMO QUININE': (Talileta ) It .

and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. morning. years, but nearly all the berries New York a daughter, Mrs. A. W. Shaw, of LaCrosse, Donald Adkins Cold..;top.*the E.: WGHUtiC Cough and:;"lleailaulia.I o.'ur.And co.work..h boi.on Sue tho

Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, was in' D.' J. Byrd of Graham spent Sun- that reached the market in good condition Bailey of Chattanooga, Tenn., a mater and George Rivers of Long Bridge

town Saturday.I. 1 day here with friends. brought handsome returns. Mr Mrs. Ella Hallsey of Jacksonvilleand Hugh Butler. Crosby of Krookor( John i

W. Pinholster J*.>., was in Several of our people attended services Durban received a check for nearly a niece, Mrs. K. B. Edge, of Jack- Thigpen, Menzie Groover Purvis "i Never Knew You Could Keep( Rats

ville Gaines-I at Little Rock Sunday. $70 for four crates his berries selling sonville. The bereaved ones have the Lewis and Ellery Thomas. Out of a Butcher phop.; a i '

E. Saturday. the Little Iris Brown was on he sick for 70 cents a quart. Others done sympathy of all. Miss Ruby Prescott, of Earleton What Ralph Watkins sayi. "Fig .. .'1Il.

T. Stewart spent' list part of last week. equally as well in the same shipment.Mr. The interment was at. Crosby cemetery spent the week-end with her cousin ured rata around store had enough: to ::fJ

wjth his family. Mr. and Mrs Leroy Ostf'en. of Harley had a small patch of about Friday afternoon Rev. Crawford Amy Starling. feed on; wouldn't touch anything suspicious. .il 1'

Lydia Groover of Graham is attending Plant City are here on a visit with 8000. plants from which he received conducting the funeral rites. The R. B. Thomas was a business visitor Heard about RAT SNAP 1j

the normal here. the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. nearly $400. All who had strawberries floral offerings were profuse and a to Brooker Saturday. gave: It a trial. Results were wonderful. ..4 (

E. B. Andreu made a trip to Worth- R. T. Osteen. this spring are wearing an extra. large number of friends followed the Truby Pinholster' of Breaker was Cleaned all rat out in ten days.Dogs .

ington Wednesday.Those Miss Lydia Groover spent the weekend smile and we don't blame them for It. remains to their last resting' place. the guest of L. R. Lewis Sunday.A 1
about store night and day never .
attending the fish fry at the with her parents at Graham. The Cox family will conduct revival social was given at the home of
"
FLOUR COMING DOWN Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas Saturday touch RAT SNAP 3 sizes, Sec, 415e. J.:
the
Mr. and II. S. Brown was a visitor to meetings in Grace church, starting on .
river Thursday night were, night and crowd attended.: $1.26. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.
county seat Saturday afternoon. May 4th, and ending May 15th. Come a large I
Mrs. R. T.' Ostcen, J. A. Douglass and Messrs. Weeks and Russ were visItors and hear a good preacher and good For the first time In almost seven Services will be held at Dedan next Jones Starke.-Adv. _

son Russell, of Alachua, Mr. and Mrs. to Putnam Hall Saturday afJ music. years flour soldinder $H a barr. at Saturday and Sunday. :'

A. B. Surrency, of Pine Hill Mr. and ternoon. the mi 's last week. One mill rjiired Mrs. Amanda Johns, of I.aCroallt'.1 PETITION roe Et.BnnoN F71
Owing to the rain Rev. Idleman did To I hi. llnnorahl Hoard of I'ublU Ilwtruetkmof
Mrs.. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, Fred Hazen spent Friday attending not speak at Grace church last Friday Its quotation for family patents to spent Sunday with her friends, Allhn limdford CmintrtW 'JJI'oohs i

Inez Mr. and Mrs. L. W Sowell T. : to business in Gainesville. night. lie will come to Lawtey 790. Thursday's range for family and Opal ewis. ... th. nndcrelirhed patrona of Ilranneiiaehnot. ....

C. Hazen, Misses Eunice Hazen, Margaret Mrs. L. L. Johns spent last week again within a few weeks. patents was $7.00 'when sold in car D. D. Thomas was a business visitor to will an hrrrbr election' petition:: U **your. tuitHiralile a .body- v." ",
load lots in 08-pound cotton sacks. to Brooker Monday nut of th. following '
territory
Veda Watson Messrs. with relatives at Sampson. I I
Shrlver Rev. Black held services In Saxton 1'
Befltlnna' 18 and IN, S Mouth,
Bran selling for $176 a ton was lower I Dr. Tril>l le of LaCrosse! was a visItor ; tnwnahlji!
Fred and Lucian Hazen, Louis Shriver Chesley Fogg:, of Graham was in Sunday. > Rana25 Rant | RMtlfifu 5: 5. 7, S. IT. IS
here Friday afternoon. than it has been for. about ten : to this section Monday. and W..t Half of Northwest Quarter .,,41l1..uth..t
Claude Crosby Eldon Baxter, Mr. Maxie Kelly of New River spent : The Ladies Aid held a box social at years the grain men said. Mr. and Mrs II. Palmer and children Quarter of fwtlon ( and Weal Stall '
.
and Mrs. Goode of Alachua. the last night. of flection 16 In Iownhli5| Boiitk. Ran*. t* i 13
parsonage
Sunday afternoon' here.G. spent the week-end near Gainesville ; ,o
S. A. Bryan, of Starke passed thru :' B. Col son was in Gainesville on ; Mr. Hunt was present at" the meeting Wheat Drops to 98c I guests of their mother, Kant.fil.n rd) J. ,.. nnMfI.: .5; S

here Friday afternoon. Tuesday.Mr. of Columbian Woodmen'Thursdaynight. Wheat for July delivery closed below Arthur Rlgdon of Wateroak, attended I.. C. IIOIH1F.8.
visitor to New- 'I A few new members were taken church at Rock C. J. MOOKK.H. :. It ,
J. S. Forsyth was a and Mrs. C. Tyler and little a dollar a bushel at Kansas Citya Sunday.
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into the p. KEnrnJ. : :
lodge.
berry last week. : daughter: of Starke spent the weekend I bill introduced by Representative Eugene/ Crosby of Brookrr, was L. VAKNKfl!:

Mrs. W. S. :Nabb and son, Dogan, : here with relatives. last The week.Ladies Aid 'met at Grace church Dropping 2 1-2 cents the closing price visiting: friends in this section Saturday J.j. J.n. RRANNKN nowi.iNn!! ,

I Fred Greene spent Sunday after 'I for that day.was 98 rents afternoon ,
of Sampson, were in here Monday.I .1 W. MQOHIQ.
The Woman's Club will hold their
noon here. Eli Prescott of Earleton, spent) Saturday M. 1. AM1IHOM' ...-4l-4-8
Reddish Andreu of New River, was meeting Friday 6th. .
afternoon May
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The contest which has been goinY INTRODUCES HILL TO REPEAL brother Levy '
here Saturday afternoon. Young People's meeting tonight. NOTICE; OP ELECTION:
on between Groups one and two of VOLSTEAD ACT cott. PIE: IT .KNOWN. That w.. .. member" nf
Coma.
Charlie Cone, of Midway, spent ; the B. Y. P. U. for the past three Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mills and children the Hoard of County CnniinliMilrHiera In and

Sunday here with relatives. months ended Sunday night. The con Repeal of the Volstead' prohibition of Graham, spent Sunday with to for Chil Hradford.r 'UU County. L.w.Flnrldan of l>''lorlil.pur.uann unMtlnvNimlal ,
Eldon Baxter was in Gainesville test resulted in a tie between the two TIIERESSA enforcement act ha. been proposed In their brother K. Mills. Hold and Brldv. llUttrict Numt-r y

Saturday afternoon.Mr. groups so the two will come together a bil lintroduced by Representative Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May of Cyril, Two civ' In nntlo Iirdfnrd that' an County rlmtlon,, Florid will. ,"h do* hold hcrvltp In '' '"

and Mrs. U. D. Johns and son, and entertain the B. Y. P. U. Fri- Theresa, April 29.-Messrs. I'. M. Hill, according to advices from Wash attended church ot Rock Saturday and HoMila! loud and Mrldx. tlltfl Numbr" "

of New River were here Sunday af day night. May 6th in the park.by the Co"er! and John Hall were visitors to ington. The effect of repeal, Mr. Hill Sunday. Two Tumday. Bradford In. June County. A. D. Florida lim, the, on.an the. tains'th Klr*'

.ternoon.Mr. Advent church. Waldo last week sail, in a statement. would be to leave 8.vnth day, thffrvof, for the purpose of
R. W. of Graham was in M I LEER olMitlnii thru mrmlwni of th. Lard of bond
Surrency ,
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Lamb of Worthington, was iw. Burrows, of Starke was H visitor trtintw. On. rmHvlnir th. lal.....' number
town Monday. here Thursday. of voto In atd dlitHnt for a .tan of thrayiiar
here' Monday. Worthington Several of the families here enjoyed J. n. :Swinuol:! Moll <4UMit r, fd!''*' CARDUI HELPEDREGAIN Miller, April 29.-D. L. Clyatt visited t on. .....Ivl... the" tint hlwh.t numb. ",
Lewis Shriver motored to of vole In said duitrlrt for a arm( >f two
a fish fry at New River Friday. Gertrude were shopping in Hampton I his niftier, Mrs. Reeves, of Bland, 1'....I and on. r..e*..lvlnn the oat tilirh.***
; Monday morning. Mrs. Jno. Surrency and childrenand Sitrnlay ffiintim: / Sunday.J. number, of "..... In aald dlMrlet for a torm _.
Miss McKinney of Arredondo is Mrs. Tiercy Roberts of Graham STRENGTH L. Brown and family visited relatives of on* yi.r. aid I torm to brain on the and ,
S. U. Woodard and Lu- ,
daughter '
day of July, A 11. lUVI, or aa *o spending this week here with her'slster. spent Monday here with relatives. cille, were visitors to Hampton Sat- at Bland Sunday.Mr. hv may .....UIF. "

Mrs. F. M. Beville. Virginia Weeks is visiting friends and Mrs Olson Thomas visited IN TFttTIMONY: WHPIIKOF. w* hava hrr*.

Last Thursday morning Pitt Baxter and relatives in Starke for a few days day.B.. M. Geiger! Bill and 'Clyde Hall the former's sister Mrs. W. M. Than unto In llLarke.art oar Bradford band Counlr at our, Florida rnirillar' till meeting tha .e 1

was hurt by a falling tree while Bessie Shaw was shopping here on were visitors to Waldo Saturday. IaN.a. ..."> Wa Sick F.r Tire as, of. New River Saturday and Sunday 4th day of April C.A.A.D. KnHKHTfl 1921. CI'.I...... 1

the tree falling on his head. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard attended : M. HKOWNI.FR, '
plowing, after- Years, Suffering Pais l Nervous Allen Keith of the oldest and 'I'J.
thought 'to Evan Hodge spent Sunday the cemetery working: at Mt. one M H. WIM.UMH,
At first his condition was most H. l>. OAINEY, ,
here. highly thought of negroes of
noon Sinai near Graham Thursday. and DeprcateJ-R aj Her .
but we are glad to reporthe 0. T. IK)W LI NO.
be
serious this
Mrs.P. M. Barefoot was on the sick Sheriff of community died at hid home Sun- s'
Epperson Starke was a Au..t
is improving rapidly. Dr. Tribbleof list last weekend.Mr. visitor here Friday and Saturday af Own Story of Recoverjr.Taint day morning. Uncle Allan as he wait (j.: W. ALDERMAN ..a,

LaCrosse and Rr. Russell were and Mrs. Kelly and children ternoons.Ed usually called, had lived an exemplary, Clerk. ..S..I.... tl

the attending physicians. of Gainesville spent Sunday here at life which the younger generation of
Miss Tave Andreu left Wednesdayfor the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Shriv- Smith of Gainesville was a visitor Ills race-would do well to emulute. j .. NOTICE OP BLCCTIOM: : '" 1
lie "
IT KNOWN. That rn.mh.ra of
here Sunday afternoon w. a*
Linden where she will visit her Reek. Ala.-Mrs. a M. Sunn. Miss Alma Doubrrly, of High! the Hoard of County rtimmlplonra Itt and I f\
Farrish. I er.Mr.. Heiberger of Brooklyn was Mr and Mrs. Sloan and grandson, .f near her, recently related the following Springs, spent the week-end with Mis for llradford County) Florida/ In puranan* ,
sister, Mrs. George Aubrey, of Sampson City were visitors I to fhautar TOO. Law of Florid. *ratlnatMixnlal "
this section Sunday afternoon. InUrestlac aooount of her r.. Anna Belle Perples. .
and child, of in land and JlrlHir ll l kl NumhOn .n.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Buoy The many friends of Pitt Baxterare here Sunday at the home of Mrs. ecwal''lJ was la a weakened eonS Tom Moore of Lulu, visited friend In Rradford. County Florida. do .h.rvbrrlv ;,
Gainesville attended church here, on John Phillips.J. . not)*. that an ltloa will b* held !Ie
in this
glad to know he is able to be out H. Allen and Mrs. W. T. Wallace aUtlon. I wss sick: tare yarn U bed section Sunday afternoon. NpMlal Road and Dr"'... DlatyUtt' Numb"
Sunday.Mr. again: nfferla a great deal of pain weak, n. E. Brown made a business tripto (In., Bradford County; Florida. en the Pint J
and Mrs. I. Pinholster were Edna Baxter closed a success were among/ the visitors to Hampton lAke Butler! last week. Tu*.dy In Jun.. A. D. IUS1. the lama balaai
Miss afternoon. karroos depressed. I was so week the """ .n'h day thereof" for tha purpose of ,
visitors' to LaCrosse Tuesday after ful term of school at LaCrosse last Saturday Olson Thomas was In Lake Butler i tflretlna1 thr.. mcmbera. of the ,..... of bond .
Mrs. Humphrey and children of I eooldat walk: aeroas the floor; last on business Saturday. truMtM<*. On. .**.lvlnv the hlffhMt. numbs. .'
Wednesday.Mr. I Brooklyn were guests of Mr. and Mrs had to lay and my: llttl* ones do the I of vow. In said dlitrlot for a "term of thra
noon.Mrs.. L. W. Sowell was on the sick Canova, of Starke, passed thru work. I was almost dead. I tried Raleigh Bidling, of Providence, year one r...I.ln. th'*' next )hlvliait" nambrof I ."
i C. A. Youngblood Sunday. made a trip here Sunday afternoon. votn I..ald, dlitrlnt fur a term of two I IJI.
list last week. here last week.J. very thing I heard of, aad a number etdoctor. ... .... ....
and
Mrs. R. M. King-and children left on .1.ln. the Nat "'. '
who is teachingat C. Vone spent part of last week .. Btlll 1 didn't get any: reU.t Quite a number of the people of this number" of vow In laid dlntrlct for a term .
Miss Edna Baxter attending to business affairs In Law last week for Lake Park, Ga., on a I couldn't eat. and slept poorly. I community attended the commencement I of on. ', .Id WPm. to .bnicln. on the Antday
LaCrosse spent Thursday at the few days visit with relatives.Mr b.I1... If I hadn't beard of and taken exercises of the Lake Butler of lull'. A. I).. 1021, or .. sues thnaftraa ,

bedside of her brother Pitt. tey.Mr.. Crews, of Lake City was here and Mrs. c.. J. Herrington worn Car lal I would, havo dle4.! I bought high school Thursday and Friday "he TESTIMONY may: qualify.IN WHKRROP.: : w. h... h r*.
Lucian Hazen has entered the normal business.Be visiting relatives at Palatka Sunday. six bottles, after a neighbor told me nights. unto ....t our hand at out regular, meeting!
Monday attending to Johnnie Williamson of Jennings, What It did for her. 'In Stark, Bradford County: .," FloHda/ this the IS
here. sure and attend B. Y. P. U. next Mrs D. L. Clyatt visited' relative! 4th day of April A. D. Kll.
S. V. Andreu and family spent last night. at the Missionary Baptist was'a visitor here Sunday. "I began to eat and deep began to In Alachua county last week C. A. KOHRRTfl: Chalrmaa.
Sunday \ gain my: strength and am now well J. M. BHOWNI.FK,
Church was well attended at Hope Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas vi Kit.
Wednesday and Thursday at New River church. The program will be car- and strong. I haven't had any: troubU H. K. Wl 1,1,1 AMU.
Hall Saturday nltrht. od their daughter: Mrs. J. M. Molt H. P. O A INKY,
fishing. ried out by Group 1. sine . I sura can t* tlty to Ute B. T.
Green DOWLINO.
Miss Glijys and brother
Mrs. Earl Dukes and lit- Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was hero food that Cardul did ma I don't of Lake Butler Sunday. AtUatl
Mr. and afternoon. Ralph of Green Cove Springs: were think thnra la a better tonlo mad B. E. Brown was a business visitorto 0. W. ALDERMAN, 1y .,

tle daughter of Dukes, spent the Sunday R. A. Weeks motored to Starke on.Monday. visitors here Sunday. and I bell*. it saved nor Ufa" Starke Wednesday. Clerk ........... y ,

week-end at the home of hte, Tatter'smother S. B. Woodard and family Mrs. C Tor over 40 rears, thousands of wo H. S. Miller made a business tripto NOTICE: OP MARTER-S CALK .

Mrs. J. B. Shaw. A. Youngblood and daughter Nealie, nan barx'as Cardul successfully.tn Lake Butler recently. Ry virtue of a ducra. of foi>Hlour' *.4
Fred Green spent Sunday afternoon LAWTEYLewtey went out to Brooklyn lake Friday af th* treatment of many womanly Murray Thomas was in Lake: Butter ala rendered: .tl"cI tha Clr"ult Cnurt of th*
toe .
Eighth 1 t. of FloHili. Bradford
ternoon fishing The aOmmta.
on a trip. party [last week on business.
here. County b* tha lieu B. A. Thraahar"
and Mrs. L. L. Johns spent Sunday April 29.-Mrs. Francis had plenty 'of fish and at the same If you suffer a. these women did J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was in this JudK of laid rourt, rfaUd h. ISth day oA
Mr. time had plenty of rain. take> Cardul. It mar help row too. section last week. Mash A. U. 1921 wherein Emma UkihardI ,
afternoon at Sampson City. Wiggins/ and daughter Miss Annie, I I. complainant' and 8. A. Carter Klar Carter r
was Jacksonville visited relatives in I Rev. N. T. King, of Hampton attended At all drvcclsta. II Hf Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Glover of and 1. W. Alvar. are defendant; 1. aa .
of Clayno, of ,
Charlie Litchfield Sunday school Sunday after- Lak. Butler visited relativns in this flpelal, Mat.... appointed. to earry 0.1 aald d
here afternoon of last week. Lawtey Sunday. deer**. will offer for Male, and sill!! at publUi *
one Roberts returned home Sat- noon. To Quick community last week. outcry, for rash to the hllhxt. and brat bid- d
J. Couch
E. Stop a
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and Mrs. the week with i J. W .Batten of Gainesville, wax a der. at 1'a front door of the Miurthvua* lth 5
and Miss Eunice Hazen urday, after spending take HAYES' HEALING HONEY 'a HIGHLANDHighland of Htark. Bradford County, florlaa. i
A. A. Hazen visitor here recently.
Jacksonville and .
relatives in Baldwin during the had hours of .1. on
I cough medicine which the cough by
spent Tuesday in Gainesville.Fred George, Ga. C. A. Youngblood, C. J. Herrinfton: healing the Inflamed and stops irritated tissue' MONDAY THE' SECOND DAY OP MAY I
St.
this week I Calvin Triest and April 2 .--Mrs. H. C. A. D. lVii,
D. W. Moore ,
Hazen is spending attended the funeral werevisitors
Quite a number A box: of GROVE'S O-FEN-TRATE the ...... belna tea flrat Monday In sell
in Jacksonville. of Miss Helen Diggs in Starke to Hampton last week. SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and Wlmbcrly left Wednesday for St. Petersburg month th. following dexrlbed. land eltuate.Irlng .
Saturday. Anyone having any news items, Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of to attend grand chapter of and Ming In Bradford. county Florida.tawlt . j ,

April 29.-Rev. E. B. Joy Mrs. J. J. McLeod was a visitor to please hand to the correspondent on HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve the order of Eastern Star. Before The:South Half (81-J of Southwest Quarter 1
Brooker.
regular Appointmenthere Thursday. Sunday. Should they be few or many should be rubbed on the chest: and throatof returning she will visit her son, W. M. SWI-<, of Boutheant Qiiarter (SEl-4): ofHeatlon
ner filled his at the Starke V. Skipper of '''Live they will be appreciated. children: suffering' from a Cold or Group. Wlmberly, at Mulberry. Thirty-four (84) Towrahlp Bit (fa)
and Sunday .
Saturday Elder Harry _'h. Itfcnr Twenty-two (H2I ICantAlaol :
The be.llod.O .. of Kan. Haallnf. Howry InMa Mrs. Owen Marr and Miss Rcna I
Rev. John Mulladv of HamnUn-,, of
at the second Tha Northeant Quarter INR1-4))
Free Will Baptist church. Oak, filled his appointment ha throat eombioMl ..Hh the baallm aflaol of '
Matheny and Ben! Advent church Thursday and Fri- will preach at the Christian church ..-'. ore_- .... fcahra throoih (bo puss ofUt Marr returned Wednesday from a Nnrthweat Quarter, f INWI-4J of _Ion Three
Messrs. M. P. Saturday night 80th Inst. Everybodycordially *akin MOO atopa.amah.. short visit with relatives at Starke. : .81, Township Heven (7) South, of Ran.
in Starke Tuesday. day evenings.Rev. Both rmnadlea pacaad la Toasty-two In E1. .
Crosby were are ,
Invited. r-aea.-aadu. Rev. J. L. Strickland left Saturdayto 1 r. M. IOnNI!.
relativesat
and daughter, coat Mrs. Abbott visited E. D. Boyer o tnatnant .... .
Emily III. In Chancery.LONO
Hpeelal
D: W. Moore motored to Raiford .Just for HAYES fill hU regular appointment at the
High Springs and Alachua part of Mary, spent last week at Inglis, at ask your druggist I WALTON. K
;: Sunday HEALING HONEY. Manning Baptist church. Bolloltor fur Coaiflalnant. 4-I-SI-4-S r
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..... I Can Women Drive? p
Published. Weekly and Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at II ,

Starke Florida. I

s E. S. MATTHEWS.e--.Editor and. Owner. II The answer will be found in the second .:

'I showing at the GAIETY THEATREof

DeSoto county has been split Into five counties-Hardee, De'r. -- (
the
Soto, Highland, Charlotte and Glades. County sites have already (
town Wauchula will be the 1 .
been picked out. That progressive ,

p capital of Hardee, county and will now grow faster than ever. The y

politician*will now begin to groom themselves for candidates for "TRAIL of theARROW"

t I offices in the new counties-such. as clerk, sheriff, county judge,

etc. .


The Times-Union thinks it ridiculous for a small county like

! Lake to have as many senators as Duval has. What does the

Times-Union say to a state like Florida having as many senatorsin en-I

the Federal Congress as the state of New York has? It is a Showing the skill, adventure and exciting times

fact that Florida has just as many votes in the Federal Senate as

New York has and we have yet to hear of any of the great minds countered by two women on a cross-country jump.

of .the country finding fault with the system. A mere man wagered 1000.00 that women

i were not competent drivers and laid out his' own
Mr. Parrish of Brevard county, has introduced a rather drastic I

I bill in the legislature for the protection of fresh water fish. If route to prove? it-and lost. \

the bill becomes a law, it will probably be modified by amendmentn I

till becomes'just what.is needed.. But section" may as well be Rev. and i1Cox, conducting revival meeting at Grate M. E. Church, Law. AND .,..' ( j

stricken out at once. R forbids any person shooting any fresh ley, Fla., May 4th to Mar 15th.
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water fish "with rifle, shotgun or any other loaded weapon." The WANDAHAWLEY ;
Overture "Consecration" Bela dence to present at the inquest. 'd
fish killed by is inftnestissemal in quantity till it "don't
so '
guns Mona Alderman, Ina Alderman, Gus- I j' Mrs. Williams' father, Simon Walls .
amount to shucks." Shooting fish is done purely as a sport; it requires -' she! Mae Bennett, violins; Doris j the grey-haired night watchman em- 4

a high power rifle, such as very few own, and is very difficult Law, bats violin; B.D. Law, ployed at the cotton compress near 4t .
Cornet, the municipal docks, is in a cell at the I
to do, because a fish except when plumb beneath the shopter'seye Piano Duet Mty jail in quarters near the women's r

is not where it appears to be. Owing to the impenetrability March Tannhauser Wagner detention section where his: daughteris ,

of water, a charge of shot is altogether useless, unless the fish are Mona Alderman, Ethel Griffin held. lIe was arrested a few hours ,
Piano Solo after the shooting.All t'
I stranded on a sand bar. Mountain.Spring Bohm during Monday Mrs. Williams IN',
Grande March De Concert conversed with detectives about the ... !j

Last fall some of our more populous counties were in great Wollenhaupt shooting without showing a jgn of tY\
Mrs. O. G. Cooper emotion. However, during the early "HERBELOVED
fear that than whites were going to qualify for the
more negroes Piano Duet hours Tuesday, she broke down and t
ballot. In Duval county they beat the tom-toms and harangued Sunflower Dance MacClymontIsabel cried. Mrs. Nellie Potter, the jail

the women from the house tops to get them to register. We recall Fernandez, Florence AndrewA matron, visited her cell often duringthe VILLAIN" ,)
Piano Solo night to console her.
that the Jacksonville papers made a daily feature of publishing the Clover Blossoms Engelman Tears streamed down Mrs. Wil \

registration figures, and of urging the white women of the city to Florence' Andrews liams' face Tuesday morning while |
In Some Parts He Would
.. prepare to vote. And yet these more populous counties are yelling Valee Op.-42 Chepln she talked about the shooting Mondav'' I
Ethel"GriffinPiano morning. "I am sorry now that I Have Been Shot
in the
of representation
hoarse for
themselves reapportionment
a Duet shot him, but I had to," Mrs. Williams .
legislature that will give them the bafance of power. Some of we Capricante Paul Wacho sobbed. "He would have killed me, I | When certain had
a man to leave town for a he put hit fiancee in
year
old-timers happen to remember that the present apportionment, Iris Epperson, Elizabeth Brownlee know, so I thought I would end things "; '
Piano Solo for him." \ care of his best friend. Imagine how he felt when, on his return he I
and sepatorial districting, were made to redeem, the state from Etude Wollenhaupt Her father is lodged in a cell below .f found that he had been double-crowed and that his best friend had
just such dangers as Duval and some of the other counties faced Iris Epperson her on the first floor. She declared' marriedlhu best In
girl! tome part of this such situation
country a
last fall. How are we to know now that the legislature will not be VocalSelectedMrs. Tuesday that he.4s innocent of. any ;
would[have resulted in a hasty funeral but this France. and it
J. E. Futch connection with the shooting. "I fired was
dominated again by the same element that'controlled in the 70'sif March Militaire Shubert I both guns," Mrs. Williams claims, resulted in one of the funniest farces: ever filmed-"HER BELOVED
we give these counties the balance of power. A little analysisof Mona AldermanPart '"and father was asleep when the VILLAIN "
a sure cure for the grouchiest grouch in the wide world.
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the census figures might prove interesting when legislative re- II shooting occurred. i I' i
Piano Duet The boy was taken from the St.Luke's .
apportionment is under consideration. Quartet from RigoletteArr. hospital Sunday afternoon after GAIETY THEATRE TONIGHTAPRIL
from Verdi being there for several weeks suffering ,
Ai "'!; TEN YEARS IN HARNESS Mona Alderman Ethel Griffin from measles and a severe cold 29TH .
Piano Solo The child's father was at the sanitarium
Valse Caprice Engelman when Mrs. Williams arrived, accompanied '
t T. C. Merchant of the Madison Enterprise-Recorder, had last Isabel Fernandez by two women. j UAthMi
lie started when Valse Durand "lie asked me to let him have I 11 '
Friday been editor of the paper for ten years. Florence Andrews boy. I couldn't. I wanted to nurse my ,. ---- _ __h ____. _
he was 23 ;years old, and just think of how many experiences have The Loreley Seelinic him. That night he came to my home ,bulance would make me feel worse. was about to enter his wife's home. A
crowded in on him during those ten years I What this means none Mona,Alderman and I refused to let hint in., Takinga i "While we were waiting for a street steel jacketed bullet ripped into his
; but an editor can understand, for in getting out a paper week af- Rustle of Spring Sinding club of some kind he smashed in the scar, Jesse called me to one side. Hi breast and came out through his back.A .
y and studied and To Spring Grieg front door. The baby was asleep. I told me that he intended taking the load of buckshot fired from a dou- j
.. ter week, all sorts of questions come up must.be Elizabeth Brownlee thought he was going to kill me and I boy from me and that I might as well ble barreled shot gun entered his abdomen -
answered, all kinds of people encountered. all sorts of obstruc- Valse Caprice Newland give him up now. I refused and for and left a score of bullet holes.
lions avoided. Iris Epperson i. ran."On the way from the hospital we I the third time he declared he was go- -
saw an ambulance. I remarked to ing to kill me.
Ash Vocal-Selected The body of Jesse Williams who
We Bro. Merchant on his successful journey. ,
congratulate -Mrs. J. E. Futch, Mr. B. D. Law one of the girls that it made me feel I "I know that the killing of Jesse was killed in this city Monday morning '
has studied journalistic navigation for ten years, he is betterfit Piano Solo sad when I saw an ambulance. My I will place a stigma on the boy's life. was prepared for burial by Mar- |
than ever before to steer clear of sunken rocks, shoals and ed Polka de la Reine Rag husband remarked that if I did toot let I am sorry, but I'guess my being eor- cue Conant and accompanied by relatives -
Mona Alderman' him have the bay, the sight of an am- ry'won't
dies.that beset editor side. help things now. I went was forwarded at 10:20: o'clock
on every
r an The public la cordially invited through hell with Jesse '
to raise Junior Tuesday morning to Raiford, for in
the number issued
in
He celebrated the occasion by publishing 1 wanted to do the right thing terment.
that day a number of articles pertaining to newspaper manage- MRS. WiLLIAMS SLAYS HUSBAND NAPIER GRASS /and he wouldn't let me.

ment and the benefits the public derive from newspapers written ,AS HE ENTERS HOME (Pen lsetum Purpurum) "Jesse married me on a plantationIn BUY GROCERIES
and Bradford county when I was fifteen and FEED
11, mostly by experienced men. The issue was therefore unique Says Husband Threatened to Kill Her I years old. Then I didn't know whatI .
interesting. We wish Bro. Merchant and the Enterprise may celebrate If She Did Not relinquish Child Extract from Agricultural Station was doing and now I realize the at WHOLESALE PRICES
Bulletin
IA.j: ,',- : many more 'decennial birthdays.\ The following, from the Jackson. srf great was mistake.young and My father mother was died burdenedwith whenI W. sell direct I* yea, ,.., nUilm profits; atbant

. a-- ville Metropolis,.tells of the murderof DISTRIBUTION AND HISTORY a large family. cut of bigh ml district cu saea
M' her husband by Mrs Jesse Williams ,.. rid _
Miss Kate "Through those five y
invited : of
IT IS STATE ATTORNEY, CREWS The guests were years married
Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. AC.. Fling, in Jacksonville Monday morning Napier grass is a native of tropical life I have been tortured and neg JUST A FEW OF OUR SAVING SPECIALS
Mr. and Mra. John Uglow, Miss Car- and her imprisonment. The ac. lected by Jesse. He did not
support
About 10 a. m., Thursday, April count Is the because Africa. The Rhodesian Department
rie Uglow, Mrs. Grace Ford, Mr. and more interesting me and during,the past four months Corn $1.90
28th, A. S. Crews, Esq., of this city, the unfortunate she of Agriculture has the distinction of '
.Hull Rev. David Lander, woman says was we have been Oats 2.10
S received a telegram from Governor Mrs. N. B separated. I lived with
W'F Hardve, announcing his appointment J. M. Truby, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kick- married to Williams in Bradford having-first Introduced it into cultivation ',,my father and where he lived I do not Lmrro Cow Feed 3.30
as atate attorney.for the.eighth: judicial ; liter, Mrs. A. Price, Mrs. M. E. Edwards county five years ag<*. Our inquiries This was about 1910. In 1913 I know. tthink he was working at a Blue Rot Rice 4.50
Gainesville Misses Olive have failed to reveal any particulars the United State department of agriculture !, sawmill
of Hardman
circuit. The appointment was expected near Fla. Crib AiroliU Brand 2.30
and all of Mrv Crews' many and Amelia Ray, Mrs. E. Sayles, of about her or her family. The Metropolis I first introduced it into this I II i' "We parted three times and each Corn Meal 2.30

F friends warmly congratulate him. Lawtey, Mrs., R. II. Barbour and little Her says: bloodshot from cryinqand .I country. Her it promises to ba valuable time I returned to'him thinking that Beet Pulp' 2.75
i*,? w daughter, Loraine, of Jacksonville. eyes for planting in the extreme he would do better, He wanteS another Full 0
with tears streaming down her Pep Scratch Feed 3.00
J' HEMSTITCHING ANn PICOTING face, Mrs. Jesse William, aged 20, I South including the entire State of j I chance and I gave him every op. .. .. M..h 3.75
'" SLIGHT FIRE WEDNESDAY Florida, and a strip extending as far I II portunity to prove to be a good hus
who shot and killed her husband in F. O. B. JACKSONVILLE
Straight work, :JQ cents per yard; front of her home early Monday, I U I north av Central South Carolina, I I band. Just a few weeks ago he struck Send for Mon.r 3.*in|Pri..Lid and sire
i ,' ? made up garments, 15c per yard. All Wednesday noon the roof of the walking to and fro in her cell in the I Southern portions of Mississippi, Tex struck me. That"isn't all, many times he auutitr d..*!.
orders given prompt ,Attention.. Mrs.I L portion of the Philips cottage, cor- ; city jail Tuesday morning pleading! ax and Louisiana, also portions of me. DANESE LED & GROCERY CO.
E. Miner, Starke, Fla. 4-29-21.. ner Church and Madison caught fire with Jailor Foster to bring her two I' California and Arizona. Work with 'I Williams was shot twice, just as he ere W.Fen,..St. J.ck-...N.

from a faulty flue. This part of the year-old boy to her. o. it was first started at the Florida Experiment -i ---- ,- - . .- -- - ..
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alarm was immediately given and the Williams' sieter-in-law, Mrs. Jeff Kersey (
'i t time it has been
j: We still the old stand and grown co-operatively
are at firemen arrived and put out the flames at Twenty-first and Buckman I
!;::,; t wewantu. before any considerable damage had streets, the police state. It was token or distributed in small lots for planting
;.J\' Next Sunday Sabbath school attt I been dune. : there Sunday night by: Williams t!, in many widely separated sections ' : Lumber Prices Reach Low Level i I
: 10 a. m. Theottnj'e is occupied by Prof. after a quarrel with his wife, accordng of the state.Analysla ,
', Sermon at 11.a. m. Subject, "A and Mrs. S. S. Dowling. The damage to the police. Jailor Foster I". I From Station Bulletin !i I !
Good Way to Overcome." was coverod by insurance. tends to bring the'child to his mother Napier Grass Green I' You can now buy direct from our mills and save'$ 1 0 I Ii

t. Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m. before she is taken to the county jail. Water --.---------____._____.65.84 i to $ 1 15 thousand '
'):. Sermon at 7:30 p. m. Subject" "Sal. NOTICE A coroner's inquest to probe the Ash ____....____...*..*__.. 2.68 per on your complete house bills. i
.,; .: vation Through Obedience. I tilling will be held in the Duval county Protein .___________-_.______ 3.58! I Before buying-send
the
? Spurgeon, biggest Baptist that '' us bill of lumber
?\ courthouse' Thursday at 6 p. m., Fiber a carpenter's required -
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Beginning; May 1st the freight department _______.13.24
h; t" ever lived, said of our shorter catechism -------------- I
before
Justice of the
Peace R.
E. Mc.
.;. will be open at 8 a. m. to Napier Grass Hay and let us prices delivered
\ .J. : "It is the best compendium of Dowell. County Detective quote and save you '
k I. i! .theology ever published" 12 noon and 1 p. m. to 5 p. m., except lenthal is securing witnesses Henry and evl.I LJ-. Water _____________________ 9.85 from $1 i 50.00
and to $500.00
"p Come and try a few doses of It. It Sundays legal holidays. Ash -.. 9.92 on your building. .

k;. u.:* 'f is' warranted. to stiffen the bt ckbone.,. T. J. GRIFFIN. I C See Protein ., "'.----_,__________.11.39 I
DAVID LANDER. V. I). M. I Carbohydrates. ,-____________46.02 ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW PINE

/.. MRS 8TERNBUUO GIVES LUNCHEON PUPILS') RECITALThe G. C. Driggers Fat ___________._________-__ 2.15 i
/ Fiber _____.____, .26.20
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advanced pupils of Mrs. A. E. PRICES PERRY LUMBER COMPANY| i
fl. Mrs. Angle Kternburg gave a delightful Wall will give! a recital at the High LAKE BUTLER, FLA. : '' "
;, luncheon Tuesday'at her School auditorium Friday night Apr. I Napier grsss Joints (10 per thousand PERRY, FLORIDA I : '
,v x beautiful home on Cherry street. The 29th at S o'clock. They will be assisted Agent i $1.50 a hundred. I
\. table was spread on the north screened by Mrs. J. E. Futch, soprano amian Napier grsss roots, $50 per thou- ; Dressed I II
I: porch and the guests,sat down toe orchestra directed by Mr. B. D. VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKSFor sand $6 a hundred. i Framing, $28; Flooring $28; Ceiling, $18 i ;

All the delicacies that the season af Law. all kind of Tombstones and MOBmeals. f. o. b. Brooklyn I I I Siding $18 i Lath $5.
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: fords. Mrs. Sternburg s assisted in The following'program will be rendered Come and see the grass growing in '
,f' entertaining and serving be her : A postal card addressed to meat '
the fields. I will be glad to show you
daughter, Mrs. R. II. Barbour, ofrr' I Part IOrchestra Lake Butler, Ha., will brin* me to around. I FREIGHT PREPAID .

1,,; : Jacksonville. i Jour door with information sad price. L'N. CABLE, BROOKLYN FLA. I--- II I
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sint town FOR SALE 200! feel lake front at went of Sampson City Fla.
Good
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'School auditorium. Flower: Shasta ail 'i of Starke. Kingsley lake, lying between Dar
Daisy Motto: "To be rather than to The business houses closed duringthe : by's and Davis. For informationwrite water good range and good locality

Bits of LocalInformation I seem." / hour of the funeral service and a Mrs. E. Carpenter) 1402 Morgan Mail me your bid. As this place
large crowd attended the services and street, Tampa Fla. 42tf.! will go at a bargain, it will pay you
Julian n.} Brown deputy internal accompanied the funeral cortege to -- to bid on it. Bids will be up June

revenue collector with, headquartersat the depot. Rev and Mrs. Diggs and WANTED-WoiV, by boy 18 years llt! 21, B. S. Jones, 420 Palm av*.. t'
Gainesville! ,.was in StarTue tho latter -i their daughters have the profound old, not afraid of work. Sec me at Sarasota, Ho. 4-20-Ct ,
Ii part of the past week on official I sympathy of their many fiicnd and D.y.. Manilla!!:'. house. Harry

!I&4 II ** .. .. .rsrNl .ad business. In collecting: the tax due acquaintances. Gainey ]t* -
ree/ew. w Gwsr raeaw, the government on ars for hire, Mr. "
Brown was not able to satisfy some FATAL ACCIDENTUse FOR SALE. -
-Good tnilrfi
that he "was just what he said he _. cow, also Tracy
House
t. --. and three lots on Pratt street
was," and Sheriff Epperson was ask or Kerosene: :In Starting 1 Fire MeI Starke. Call on or write Frank
Sugar $9 per 100 lba., at Bryan' I,, Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. ed to Investigate his credentials. Ha I nulls in Death of Geraldine Kite Peterson S.tark. Fla. it* "
Scott. satisfied that officer of his good intentions I I. _

T. J. Griffin is having his residence | (toward the government). and ,' Last Wednesday little Geraldine, FOR .J5ALE-Single comb white,- PharmacyPrescriptions
repaired and enlarged. i Green Coffee lOc per Ib. at Bryan's proceeded with his tax:, harvesting.Corn leg-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite horn for
I I I. eggs setting, from heavy

, Tom Mills of Graham was a visitor '1 Nile Ray of Dunedin spent partof Oats, 7 per cent Cotton Seed who Scott live on In what the southwestern Is known as the i iI JaYln&.traln.. 1.50 per setting of -

to Starke Tuesday this week at the home of his grand- Meal, Hay. Scratch Feed and all oth- I I place cor-. 46 eggs. Delivered by parcel pott.

tip mother, Mrs. C. P. Kay, and his aunt er kinds of feed ascheap as anybodywill I nor of, caused Starke,from suffered the use a of horribledeath kerosene J. S. McCormick, Raiford, Fla. Carefully _
The court house corridor now boasts Mrs. J. W. White. sell it. Bryan doesn't mean to 8"H -6-20. '
in starting a fire. Sometime durIng
t a long waited for drinking fountain. cut prices on other merchants but he Coumpounded
the forenoon the little girl who
Rev. and Mrs. I. J. Jenkins, of will stay with them. :And another was only eight old, was goingto LOST-Black mare mule, about 8 yrs. t
C. L. Hilliard of Lawtey paid our Gainesville, motored here Saturdayto thing-when he advertises anythinghe some years food for her mother old and weighing about 800 pounds. -
office a pleasant visit Saturday.E. attend the funeral of ,Miss HelenDlggs. has it In stock. < prepare Reward ,
n____ who was ill. She put- wood and kind. for return or informationof
line in the stove then got the .whereabouts S. T.
!: Dowling,
E. Canova and sod Levy spent Mesdames J. E. Futch T. N. Lim- Toilet
Saturday in Jacksonville.Acid i :Mrs. Angie Sternburg and daughter baugh and II. L. Brownlee of Starke the acne inflammable and poured liquid a large the 'kt"ro-I Ualtord, Fla. d-8-lf. Articles, Patent Medicines

Mrs. R. II. Barbour, Mary Angia and Superintendent Blitch ofthe on and DrugSundries
When match the
the was applied
phosphate at Bryan's. and Loraine Barbour of Jacksonville State Farm were called to Tallahassee FARM FOR SALE-Forty-one acres
I are here for a two weeks visit. Monday by telegrams announcing flame must have shot up with explosive of good land, twenty acres under
her hair and
force setting
Mrs. T. N. Lirabaugh returned home I the critical illness of their father, upper cultivation; good fences, good dwel
of her clothing afire with the
Friday from a visit !in Tallahassee. I Miss Naomi Diggs, of Tampa and ,. lion.' Newton A. Blitch, member of portion ling house and outhouses on land;

Miss Ruth Diggs, of Palmetto, were the Florida Railroad Commission.Mr. oil.She was alone in the kitchen but twenty-one acres of well timbered Mail Orden Especially
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent here last week to attend the funeralof Blitch's condition was sufficiently her frantic screams soon brought one land; several acres of river bottom Solicited

Thursday in Jacksonville.Rev. their sister, Miss Helen Diggs. improved Tuesday for him to bebrought of her brothers there. He tried to land under cultivation and several
to Starke and he arrived at
: catch her and put out the flames, but acres with good timber on It. Located
J. C. Diggs left Wednesdayfor The copious rain last Friday night : noon Wednesday accompanied by his the excruciating. pain caused her to three-quarters of a mile south LAWTEY FLA. ,
his new charge in Pickens S. C. I broke the long drouth and field crops I son and daughters. He is at the home run from to room, screaming.
room
'of Mr. and Mrs.1 J..E. and
Futch
and vegetables are flourishing./ appears -
Her brother caught her at last, car-
Rufus of Jacksonville to be improving gradually. .
Tatum was ried her out in the yard and threw -
here Tuesday visiting friends. Mesdames J. E. Futch, T. N. Llm- and and water on the burning cloth-
baugh and H. L. Brownlee were call DEATH OF MISS HELEN DIGGS Ing, while his own clothes caught fire GENERAL INSURANCE ,
Mrs, W. J. Epperson!: went to Jacksonville -
ed to Tallahassee
accountof
Monday on and hjs hands and arms were badly
Monday to visit relatives. the illness of their father, Senator Miss Helen Diggs daughter of Rev. : burned. Othpr.members of the family + HARO'LD"C. WALL
and Mrs. J. C. Diggs, died Thursday '
N. A. Blitch. the and out
now came on scene put
P. E. Canova, ST., returned Tuesday April 21st, at the Methodist the flames entirely. ,
$ from a business trip to South Geor- age her sudden death parson-I FLORIDAFIRE
Dr. and Mrs. Chalker Mrs. Blitch great shock to her family Dr. Middleton was sent for and arrived STARKE
gia.
and Mrs. Brown motored here Tues- in a short while, but he at once
circle of friends. It thought she LIFE
was announced that the little girl's life BONDS AUTOMOBILE
day from the State Farm to attend /
best of fresh meats was improving and would be
The always on soon
Memorial could not be saved. AH he could do
Day exercises at the
B.VH.S. able to travel the of
Phone to mountains
hand at the City Cash Market. fill
auditorium. was to ease the pain until the death e ,
It South Carolina but
69. "
angel should claim her as his own. "
"Death broke at once the vital chain, .The end came in the evening and the
Mrs. 'E:. K. Perryman, of Sanford Mrs. A. Price leaves today to spend And freed her soul .the nearest way." following day she slept under a
the summer In Kingston, Pa., with
is a guest at the home of her parents, This popular young lady was a mound of earth and flowers at Crosby.
her son. Mrs. Price will stop for a t
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. member of the class of the
graduating cemetery. ,
few days in Jacksonville with Mrs.
.
I.. E. Roberts. Bradford High School and had been This was the second death to take Earned Capital is Best : ,
Chickens and eggs wanted. J. F. an earnest student and a general favorite place in this lIort'Y.tried! family within !

Kickliter. 218tf. with her companions. When a year their son, Tate Kite, being I
Mrs. J. E. Futch returned last week she became so III that it was apparent lost to them a few months ago. The

,Mr..and Mrs. A. D. Williamson ofBradentown. from Daytona where she was calledto sbe could not finish this school sympathy of the entire communitygoes In investigating the financial standing of ,
with her see her aunt Mrs. B. P. Smith, term her that the bereaved relatives
spent Saturday greatest regret was out to in business
a man just entering the mercantile
who has been ill. We
quite are gladto
niece Mrs. II. A. Bishop. she could not graduate. .Her life was their morrow.The .
report that Mrs Smith is much so full of promise of high and 'useful following pretty lines, In praiseof I agencies always try to find out whether he

1 Acid phosphate at Bryan's. better. womanhood, she was so ambitious to the little girl who for a few brief has earned and saved his own capital
gain knowledge and also possessed years spread sunshine! around her, or
Willie Henry has gone to Jacksonville ,I Green Coffee lOc per Ib. at Bryan's a sweet and gentle disposition that were written by her teacher, Miss whether it was inherited.

to take a business course at the 4-29-tf. the world is poorer since she has been Olive Ray: I
r Y. M. C. A. school I transplanted to God's' better country. Geraldine Kite was an unusually Dun and Bradstreet
| know that
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch returned a man
The funeral took place Saturday good student for her age, having com- i
Billy Harris of Jacksonville, has last week from a delightful automobile afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Methodist -, pleted the first three grades in the I who has saved his, own capital has formed

been at the home of his grandparents trip to Miami, and were accompa church, :Rev. I. C. Jenkins" of public school within fifteen months.At habits of
visiting thrift and learned lessons in
nied home by Mrs. C. F. Sayles who econo-
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills. Gainesville, conducting the service. the age of eight years and six ,
S is visiting at the home of her par Loving hands had decorated the chancel months she was promoted to tho my that will help him greatly to succeed
.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. and pulpit with calla lilies' Easter fourth grade. She loved her teachersand w
Mr. and Mrs A. W. Bailey of Chattanooga I I _________________ lilies and vases of carnations and ros classmates and took real joy In where the man whose capital "came eay"
Tenn., are here visiting her i Mr. Wm. Edwards, one of Starke's '
'I es. her school life. She also took great would fail'There ;
mother Mrs. A. Willard. |'well known citizens, has been confinedto Rev. David Lander, of the Presbyterian -I interest in attending the Baptist Sun-

his bed for the past two weeks, and church, offered a feeling pray day school. I
Mrs.,M. E. Edwards, 01 Gainesville, his many friends will regret to learn er, and Mr. Jenkins based his com- are many more reasons for saving
was a visitor this week at the home that his condition is not improving. forting discourse on the first and soc- than the of
mere amount to be
of her daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ond verses of the 14th chapter of St. money ac
I!i Get your! gas and oil at Bryan's. John: "!A.t not jour hcaiU be troub- ENTA4i0R cumulated. Have you started saving yet?

Jim Kickliter who is attending,. led; ye believe in Cad believe auto In
Stetson University spent the week '' An event of next week that willI me. In 1::)' Tathcr'a house are moOn?

end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J'I I'I prove interesting to the ladies will min'iionr: ; If It were not so, I wovli : UCOLUMNIIFOR
F. ,Kickliter. ,, be a flour demonstration at A. M. have bId YO'I. I "o to 1"'C1'a\ place i BANK OF STARKESTARKE '
Darby's store. See advertisement far you" In t-is' d'four' !'fl Mr. Jenkins ,
Bryan keeps a full line of fertilizerJ. elsewhere in the Telegraph and remember said that Elizabeth Helen Dil/KII1: RENT-Cottage on Clark street 't I

the dates. was born August 20, 1903, at Archie, I L. C. Powell. 4-25-21* FLORIDA

F. Colley has had his residenceon Mo. At six yearn of age she was converted : "";
Broadway street thoroughly'I W. L. Thomas now keeps a store and joined the Methodist' FOR SALE-Good seed rice at lOc a Under

screened.' Contractor W. A. Dubose where the Wills drug store wan for church, and that fine has now passed quart; OOc) peck. See 'G. M. Sis- State SupervisionE.

did the work. merly located, near the depot. He :UI beyond the high school diploma has trunk Starke. 4-22-tf

I well) stocked with fresh groceries at I passed beyond the college diploma and S. Matthews, Pre. C. C. White,Cashier
Auto tops and auto painting. M. low prices and also has counters for has the honors and privileges of tho FOR SALE-Two good hones best "1ONataatllANt111iNmQ7Atf01Da71DfCA10

Lcviton Starke. 11-19-1. lunch and cold drinks. home of the blessed stock. Apply Sam Rosenberg,

I I The choir- softly sang."Asleep inJesus" Stark: 3-lltf.:
Messrs: J. S. Forsyth and L. W. Bryan has got the goods and the and "Jesui, Lover of My Soul"and ---_. .-
Sowell well known citizens of the price. the duet "When Circles Are Bro

Brooker section, were transacting ken" was sung by Missed Nelle Rob I pmlmxiiroBUMBoifflfflflta ) >lC pmtlffDIG16 l0AI ft t" 1
business In Starke Tuesday. I I A large portion of the $4,000 din- erts and Ruby Mae Poppnll, two
burned by the government/ to the soldier school mates of the deceased. The

Hollis Tyson has bought and movedto boys last Thursday night was choir was composed of Mesdames .T, Our Summer Suits Are
the former Griffis place on the The- put in immediate circulation. Debts E. Futch E. L. Biirgs E. K. Perry : Very

ressa road, Just north of Frank Hol- were paid, goads bought and a good man, Misses Nell Roberts, Ruby Mae
lingsworth's place.J. time had by the boys who are liberal Poppell, Messrs.! C. L. Peek, Roscoe
|and do not believe in hoarding. Mcl/ane, William Struth, Jr., Mrs. F. I

N. Thomas, of Sampson City Z H. Long, pianist. i Attractive
was a business visitor to Starke on ;i The civic department of the Wom- The pallbearers were, Joe Wainwright -
"Tuesday. I an's Club will give a May pole party Tom Limbaugh: Geo. White,
_______ | on the vacant lot next door to the J. Kirk Lewis, Powell Carpenter, Carl ,

You can buy at Manning's Cheap M. Alvarez residence on Walnut Johns, Charlie Johns and J. W. An-

Cash Store a 15 lb. bucket of B. A. I street, next Monday afternoon at 4:30 Jr. The ushers were, F. A I You can supply'your summer needs---elegantly and in modem '
Thomas' hog powder for '2.00. It. o'clock. Children are asked to cos- Scott S. S. Dowling and O. W. Whit I

tume, if possible. Ice cream will be Immediately after the service at I design---at very modest prices. We bought these suits not only II' ;
Sternberg has gone with his sold by the ladies. the church Funeral Director D. C. l
Sammy
grandfather S. Sternberg to New Jones ,conveyed the body to the depot because of their attractive appearance, but also because of the real ; '
York City, where he will spend some All kinds of Campbell's Soups, 12c where it was placed on the Seaboard I'
months. per can at Bryan's.A Limited for Tampa, being accompanied worth that they possess. It makes them a very practical and desirable -
by Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Diggs: ,
Bryan keeps a full line of fertilizer lard can still at the sheritT's of. Misses Naomi Ruth and .Louisa I purchase.
nee has a ,,dome made of a cypress Diirff-s. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock

", ', Mrs. E. L. Biggs: and little son Leslie block through holes in which the at Blount's undertaking parlor In I _
h', .1' to Jacksonville Monday to steam rose into the cooling pipe. It Tampa, there was a short service con. '
,spend, went several days with her brother is a most primitive affair, but shows ducted by Rev. T J. Nixon assistedby Genuine Palm Beach Suits Flannel Soils in all I :: 00 Tom Sawyer Suit 'w 1
' Roberts. that a chemist docs not really need Rev. F. E, Stelfimyer, and the interment -'I the fashionable $$2t $$2 25 '
.A L. E. laboratory. Hill in all the for Boy Cool, I sag
. an expensive was made fin Myrtle hades theniftto
; J ,
I "4/" WilblJrWillard has returnrd to New cemetery.A i going shades !$iloo5 I 3 tiest thing in sum washable and to
York after spending several weeks Joseph Bolt of Brooklyn, was a wealth of beautiful flowers were $37.50 ,
here on account of the illness and visitor to Starke Wednesday. He sent in token of love, and sympathy, as low as mer clothe. the very thing

death of his father A. Willard. told of great improvements being mingling. their perfume and bidding: : for vacation day $$2.75
done in his section, of capital and the mourners to look beyond this i, 4

Mrs. O. A. Thrower of Jacksonville wealth coming in, of the public spirit world of pain 'and' sadness to the I. & S. Dings fine hand-tailor.
all the citizens in the improvement beautiful home. The following ; I Summer '
returned home Saturday after spending shown by heavenly i ; 't
week with her friend Mrs. A. of roads, etc., and the almost organizations sent handsome ed PalmBeach Blue Serge: i.OO !
Boy genuine
a fabulous of the land values. floral offerings Methodist church of bia'nd35
rise : I tailored by ling At
Willard. The region is an earthly paradise! andit Luwtey Baptist Missionary Societyof I. Suit all $17.25 and one of and Palm- h Iis
sister-in-law that this fact has been discovered Lawtey, United Daughters of the Suits g 0 0 ,
; '. H. W. Raiford and seems the pretty the seasons best $$9100

1'y'Iti(, .('.."{ i{." 1', 'Mite Lucy Ferry, of Raiford, spent at last. Confederacy Society Methodist Woman's Sunday Missionary school, none shades bet, most.aUractive $37.50 material t and ti tiI

. ::" flow's' ,This? Best Blue Serge Pants $7.00 at Epworth League, Senior Class! of th.. I ter anywhere. offering tailoring only I II
; MEDICINE will Bryan's.The B. n. S., High School faculty of B. H.
I HALL'S CATARRU'claim for It-cure Catarrh or S., Freshman clans li. H. S., Junion I
do what was
J.> caulled otheradleearI do Dote.lalm graduating class of the B. II. and Senior class, B. H. S., Faculty of

to cure CATARIUI any J.IEUICINE I. a S. have issued a tastefully gotten up George\ Washington, Jr., Tampa, phi- ; J. ALVAREZ
liquid HALL'S taken tnterneUy and arts through4the of Invitation which reads as follows: lathes Class of Tampa Heights: church I STARKE FLORIDA'I aa
4 blond upon the reducing muem.e the.urfaca./Inflamma- Class of Nineteen Hundred and Twen F.pworth League of Tampa Heights!;

the lion ay.tem an r..torl"thus.. normal C ,,41t10D.., ty-one Bradford High School, Commencement church Woman's Club of Starke; besides IIIIIXDI.1IIUDalmmmlDiJIIUDmGI gp91p> ftDlfitQQliGA8D0lEmIGOtOIfklUlAn>t
.Il1l [Irt.1lt1lt1ata, Circular. fr.ObJo. Exercises Tuesday even I Ii a large number of floral piece.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, S'ARKE, f'LORUtA. \ FRIDAY, APRIL 29, I9Z,
rACE TWO

hundred dollars nor less than twenty- I: members trifling with BO serious a DEADLY MOONSHINE

BILL INTRODUCED TO PROTECT AND five dollars and by imprisonment not I SURPASSED I problem. Further be it resolved, thata ;; ; f.VaahinJrton f.
to exceed six months, or t)>y both such copy of these resolution be vent to Dr. W. P. Goldsmith, head of the
fine and imprisonment.. the governor, each senator and rep- "\ Home" of Chicago who

FRESH WATER FISHINGALL Sec. 18. The sum of $5,000 is here : HIS HIGHEST resentative, and to the lay press. has treated over 50,000 liquor addicts, I
REGULATE by appropriated out of any money in Notation-There is all told in the says that prohibition has reduced

the 'state treasury not otherwise appropriated United States; 83 legalized or recog- drunkenness 90 per cent, but those

to carry out the provisions -'! nized medical colleges, 77 of these who drink moonshine whiskey are the
SMALL FISH!; MUST BE RETURNED ment during the closed season, box of this act. EXPECTATIONS) are regular or allopathic colleges. 66 "most violent Inebriates of the age,"

$ TO WATER ALIVE; ,| PI of frozen fish when accompaniedby Sec. 19. The State Fish and Game of this number are medical departments and that a man does riot ned to go on

NO FISH TRAPS ALLOWED certificate from shipper that such Commissioner and his duly authorized I of universities. There are five a protracted spite to be fit for a sanitarium
I fish were caught and frozen duringthe : deputies shall enforce the provision PORT TAMPA MAN SAYS TAN- 'homeopathic and one eclectic college, i now. One big dose of poison

Folowing U given the text of the | open season and such shipmentsof of this act. LAC HAS PUT HIM IN THE i enrolling in all 13,554 student in the ous whiskey and he is fit for a long
,
bill presented by Mr. Parrlsh of Bre- fish shall be plainly marked "froz'jen I Sec. 20. All -central and special VERY PINK OF CONDI- 1919 and 1920 term.-(Statistic* taken siege of careful treatment. He alas:

vard county, designed to protect the fish. fresh water fish laws are hereby re I TIONI from the American Medical DI- say that while the number of jags
fresh water industry of the state: I, Sec. 8. No person shall at any pealed. rectory). treated had been reduced 90 per cent,

rd An act to protect and regulate the time place in any trout or bream bed Sec. 21. This act shall. take effect "I aatiBfi:1T"nlac: It i is estimated that there has been the same number of attendants are
am i
14: freshwater industry of the slate of any set or baited hook for the purpose Immediately upon its passage and approval -I a great admitted in Florida within the past kept at the institution to-care for the
) '; 1 Florida. I of catching any trout or bream by the governor.: medicine, for I have given Jt a fair few years more impostor who have 10 per cent who do come-for the I

I Be it enacted by the legislature of while bedding, and no set hooks shall trial and it bas proved in my case never taken a course in medicine, are most violent and really insane-

L the state of Florida: be placed in any river or creek, for FUTCH DROPS HIS ... GATE that it will do the work," declared buying their diplomas and license as was required for the 100 who for :

Section 1. That all fifth in the rivers he purpose of hooking sturgeon. (Robert Greene, of Port Tampa, Fla. from fake institutions than those merly came. Further, the worthy t

,d'' lakes, creeks and other fresh wa See 0. It shall be unlawful for It will get the best of them finally I "For ten months before I got holdI who have .graduated from the above doctor says: "They come to us rev 1
ten within the Jurisdiction of the any person, firm or corporation to obstruct Here we were last week Jubilatingover I of Tanlac I had been in an awful rundown schools and licensed through the ing crazy. I can tell a moonshine vie. "

slat of Florida are hereby declared or partially obstruct any river, the perspicacity of our delegation -I condition. My nerves seemed proper channels. tim the minute I lay dyes on him. A 1
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to be and shall continue and remainthe creek, lake, ar any other fresh water- at Tallahassee and bragging Ito be on edge all the time and Just moonshine victim doe not stagger, h

? property of the state of Florida way by screen or rack, wire or otherwise about how they were immune from kept me restless! and upset. My appetite CAPITALIZING MISERY he spins areunddike a top.-hi* eyesare 'J

and may be taken and used by the citizens to prevent the passage of fish the virus of the bug that bores Intoso went back on me, my stomach closed, or nearly blinded, and he :
protected by this act. often ha complete or partial paralysis i
of this state and pennons not citizens many legislative skulls and makes was all out of order and several time
It Shall be unlawful for Hardly do we become.accustomedto
Sea 10.- of the brain. He i* vicious, and
1, of this state subject to the restrictions firm them perform queer tricks, and here I had acute attacks of indigestion, the pictures'and titles, and stereotyped ,
e, any person, persons, or corpora wants to kill.
hereinafter -
and reservations Fntch
our own and immediate pet and and my: liver was sluggish. I was for
plate matter appeals one
tion to throw or place dynamite, lyd- : ,
It is said that this effect Is
imposed by this act. i dite, gunpowder, cartridge, cannon long time friend-we thought-goes simply all In and just felt that I did loud call for help than another makes partially
,4 Sec. 2. No seines, frill nets, stop I cracker 'or any other explosive, or to and drops his agate down a deep hole. not have anyenergy left. it appearance and it would seem that due to the thing that are put into

nets or any other kind of nets shall I throw or place acids or lime, which We have known for a longtime "One of my friends recommended the most philanthropic and kindlyman the liquor. It i I. reported that by prohibition
be fished in any of the fresh water used that it grieved Mr. Futch to pay for or woman might some day rise I enforcement agent. various \
has not been in manufacturingor I Tanlac to me about a month ago, and I things are found at stills they
lakes, rivers or other fresh waterways legal advertisements. He has complained and declare that if another beg-
for commercial India it has up
purposes done I
everything and
Is the
expected raid. One of these lye can. It
several
in the state of Florida except LakeOkeechbee times directly to us
invitation I
wal ging .pamphlet agent ,
berries sawdust walnuts ,
h and the St. Johns river as green about the "hjgh" rate the newspapers even more, and today I call myselfin benefit assessment brought Into is said that lye helps to give the liquor
nut leaves other deleterious! or was
l or any for six the very pink of condition. I wantto "bite," as well as a "kick." One
charge
.a
; far south as the township line divid- substance into the fresh waters of the point type in which errors their notice murder would be com-:
south including must be corrected by due be eating all the time now, and revenue man Is reported to have said
ing townships 20 and 21 state of Florida whereby the fish process mitted. In some cases where tho persecuted [
( Lakes George, Monroe, Har- therein may be injured. of law and to the insertion of which everything my appetite calls for digests is known to be possessed ofa that he could always tell when he

ney and Jessup, and theSuwannee we must solemnly swear. He has I properly without any bad effects kindly heart and perhaps a fair .. was approaching a still by the numer j
river as far north as the works of the Sec. 11. That no person shall at compared this rate with what we have i at all. My nerves are good and p'y of money, the demands and aj- ous lye can that were found. ,'
river forming east and west any time shoot any fresh water fish been charging against him on the and Other tales, some of them really ,
; passes. strong I sleep sound all nightlong frals are so insistent an 1 regular ae
In the waters of this state with rifle, books for what nauseating, are told, such as the find.
The term "fresh water" shall include display advertising he : My strength and energy have to form justification for violence if it ;
e' shotgun or any other loaded weaponor has used and he ing of the bodies of decomposed hogs,
all lakes, rivers and creeks in Florida thought it too greata come back and I can put in full time occurred.
such fish.
t within mile of the mouth of gig any difference. He has said so chickens and other animals and fowls
up to one on one at work. Help! help! help! comes in various
such rivers and creeks where they Sec 12.-It shall be unlawful for ; or two occasions but we really had no "Tanlac has put me in fine shapeand and many keys and the appeals are in open barrels of the fermenting :.'

, empty into salt water. No- seines of any person to place any seine, gill net I idea he was worrying about it until I believe it will do the same for overlapping and continuous. Then also "mash" being made ready for the

1 a realtorelenll'th than one thousand or any other kind of net across any there appeared in public print the 'any man that gives it a fair trial." it would seem, at times, that the still.
yards shall be fished in the fresh walton river, creek or other fresh waterwayfor queer bill he introduced in the House cries and groans from the furthest If these tales be true ti it any won-

," of the state of Florida? the purpose of stopnetting such in an effort to get the rate where he VIII DEATH OF ELIAS MOOREI' points are tremendously louder than der that this drink makes those who

Sec. 8. It shall be unlawful for waterway [,evidently think it ought to be. the calls for near home needs. Andas imbibe it crazy? Is it any wonder
See 13. The State Fish and Game But a fellow who does not give I that but little of it is sufficient to put
any
any person, persons, firm or corporation Elias Moore, a well known cit we try to recall previous seasonsof
to have in their possession, Ash\ Commissioner or his duly authorized I particular study to*a proposition is ben of the Boatdraln section died at continuous and noisy demand it occurs one in a physical condition where he
deputies, shall have authority, with- very likely to get his foot in it. Futch need the best kind of treatment? The
or caused to be fished, any seine, gill : his home 11th to us that practically all of this
net or any other kind of a fish net or out warrant, to board and search any did. Instead of reducing the rate, his April after a short IIIness. pleading and begging and urging of lye alone i* enough to eat- one's etonv-
vessel or boat, or enter any fish house bill would run it away up except! in *
of the has
fish trap, In the fresh waters "vitally important charity" come ach.And
state of Florida, for the purpose of or warehouse or other building in little papers that do not have any cir- Deceased was born in Clay county, since the war and the people who were I yet some people are '110 weak

catching any ol the fresh water fish, which fish or nets are kept, which culation to speak of. For instance, at January 18, .t853. November 18, 1880 110 busy with the many varieties of that they are unable to resist the

; of a size less than two inches bar, they may have cause to believe that present the legal rate is $1.00 an inch he married Miss Elitha Griffis, who war work, are now begging for FIJI I temptation to drink anything that
measured from knot to knot, or a fish taken out of season are kept or for first Insertion and 60 cents an Inch survive him, and eight children were islanders or somebody else in distress 'promises a degree of intoxication.

stretched mesh of four inches, except stored, or that contains illegal nets. for subsequent insertions. Under the t born to the union. They survive him and for this and that and the other I "0 that they were wise, that they

the footing circle and bag of such Sec. 14. No person, persons, firmor Futch bill, at 10 per cent above the 1 and are' Messrs. R. H., D. M. and thing ; understood this, that they would con

seines be one and one-half Inches corporation shall engage in the Commercial's regular rate for read- C. W. Moore Miss ; alder their latter end.Columbus,
may Vily Moore, Mrs. During the war the community
business of wholesale retail fresh ing matter
d bar or three inches stretched mesh. or advertisements, which Is Laura I Griffls and Mrs. Alice M. Lee, workers and the drivers that raised
water fish dealer until such eight ,
cents line
person, a legal notices
set in .
Provided, however, that nets of a less firm or corporation has taken out six i J of Starke, Mr. M. W Moore;of Green money and trouble and were busy
a point
or/'nonpareil" as Mr. Futch Patience: How would like to \
size mesh be fished for herringon you go
established may herring hauls whichare lI..enle'to carry on such business. A I has it, making twelve lines to the inch i Cove Springs, and Mrs. Mabel Chapman twenty-four hours a day for the goodof ; on a wedding trip in an airplane

designated by the Fish and Game wholesale dealer shall be consideredone would give us I1.05H an inch for each',''I, of Jacksonville. He also leave the boys or the girl or the dog i Patrica: Not me. I like tunnels too |
the
'I or flags or whatever, found it
Commissioner. The possession of who sells and ships fish by the insertion. Now that would break three brothers, namely, Mr. Henry easy well.
any to get Now whole lot of
fish net or fish trap of a less size barrel or half-barrel, and shall be rp. Futch's heart if he had to pay it. i Moore, of Bartow, Messrs. Daniel and these amateurs money. who became a professional -
quired to pay a license tax: of ten.. dol. Another point in the Futch bill I is General Moore of Ft.
mesh than prescribed herein shall be 1 Myers. drivers and beggars-for others Some one points out that the drama
prima facie evidence that the same is shall lars per be annum.considered A retail fish dealer be that all legal advertisement have to 1 Mr. Moore joined the Missionary of course-have discovered.. thatit needs supervising more than moving
set
anyone'who sells
being lined contrary to law. No fish fish lists single column. Delinquent tax Baptist church in 1896, and had always is only necessary for them to havea pictures, the drama appealing to two
direct to the and shall therefore
traps shall be used or fished in any consumer could not be handled been a consistent member. He "cause" to work for, and undoubtedly sense instead of one. It ia also being
license double
tax of five
dollars
of the fresh waters of the state of annum.pay a Application shall be madeto per where descriptions column, as at present, and led a consecrated life and was respected thousand have capitalized misery, asked why not supervise lectures and
Florida for the purpose of catchingany now are tabulated, and liked all when discovered in far off and nearby sermons 7
the State Fish and Game Commissioner saving repetition each by who knew
would have
fresh water fish except catfish, to
,
places. They work for and
glory
a
for the licenses set forth be ,
in written
out in full
only in the waters of Lake Okeechobee. adding two to him.The percentage and the is There i I. lumber I
public being more consumed in
this section on blank forma to be sup three lines to every description. :Add funeral was, preached at the :
Sec. 4. No firm plied by the department of Fish and I I to this the ,higher. rate and see how late home of the deceased, and the remains bled, steadily and regularly, and the forest fires in America in one year!
or
end does
person persons
not than all |
appear anywhere in America's Bawmills manufacture -
Oame, and all monies derived from : much each
corporation shall have in their possession delinquent taxpayer would were laid to rest 'at Ktngsley
sight. in
.
sale this source shall be deposited in the contribute to the newspaper, unless cemetery, Rev. L. A. one year.It's
I I for or offer for sale at any Donley conducting
state treasury to the credit"of the and here ia the worst feature-in Somebody discovers a new patch of -
time, of the following fresh water the the eb equiel. A large
any concourse I
all
to with
Fish misery somewhere the of right sympathize
and Game fund. interest of the on map the
fish of a less length than set forth Sec 15. should be made economy in of publication of mourning friends and relatives escorted world and it is straightaway Incor- the under dog in a fight, but a fellow]
and all one these little
Any boats '
follows _
as : engaged the remain to their last rest. would be fool to bet him.
graft that porated and a few dozen or thousands a on
In
the fresh papers
water are maintained
Catfish, rough-10 inches from tip fishing industry insome
of nose to fork of tall. in this state, before beginning operation counties solely for the "pap" in ing place. The bereaved family have workers are set upon the public, at
the form the sympathy ,of the entire good salaries or high commissions.
of commun
Grapple and Perch-8 inches from the owner or person operatingor legal advertisements they ASPIRINrr
} tip of nose to fork of tail. fishing such boat or vessel, shall can corral, having practically no real ity. Of course the discoverers of some
Bream-0 Inlhe from tip of nose make application to the Departmentof circulation and being in no sense of distressing situation in the South seas
to fork of tall. Fish and Game for a license on ap the word newspapers. Of what bene RESOLUTIONS. BY FLORIDA or somewhere will get a lot of volunteer I Name

Black bass=:10 inches from tip of plication blanks furnished by that de fit would legal advertisements be in MIDLAND MEDICAL SOCIETY at work who enjoy pestering ,"Bayer" on Genuine
such publications? their fellow men and get no other remuneration -I ,
1 nose to fork of tail. partment. The charge for such II- Would not the
If any such fish, measuring less than censes shall be made according to the very intent of the laws compelling Whereas, 1( has been brought to but the list of paid workers

i the above schedule, is caught. either following schedule) For boats under publication of legal matters be destroyed the attention of our society that there now engaged. as suggested in the
with net or trap, such fish shall be sixteen feet long and under four feet ? Of what use to publish at exists in the state of Florida five separate United States would likely amaze the aQPQ
# beam charge shall be all under such circumstances Medical Examining generous, but almost exhausted com
immediately returned to the water a made of $1.00. ? Boards RQ
while alive from which It'was taken Boats over sixteen feet long and four But there ia one notable feature of whose duty it is to examine and pass mon people who are wondering just
i by the person or persons catchingsame. feet beam a' charge. of twenty cents the Futch bill. The author has elim- upon the qualifications of those who i what will be the title of the next appeal -

shall be made for each additional foot nited that portion of the present law are to practice medicine (tn one of its : for millions.-Times-Union.

Sec. 5. No person, firm or corpora. of length. or beam in addition to the which provides that a publisher can various branches, and to safeguard. I
basis> rate of withhold the affidavit of 1'the life and health of I BLOOD vs HOOTCH
tion shall catch or have in their possession $1.00. Provided, how- publication our people.
for sale, or ahlp any freshwater ever, that any person paying: a license until the bill Is paid. Under the Futrh Whereas, There exist:; in certain I
fish in this state from May tat on any boat or vessel to engage in the bill the publisher Is compelled to furnish state corporations whose purpose is A Scotchman had been presentedwith Take Aflpjria only a,_told in each paS]

to September lit of any year. Provided salt water fishing industry, shall not an affidavit within five days after to manufacture deceptive medical diplomas a pint flask of rare old whiskey.He age Tben of gmuine will be following. the* of dinctio Aspir 1

however, anyone having fresh be required to pay an additional license publication Is completed, regardless for financial gain. was walking briskly along the and dosage you worked out by phyaioi
water Ash on hand May tat may have tax: to fish in the fresh waters of whether he ever gets paid or Whereas, That the records of our road toward home.when along camea daring 21 yean, and proved safe by mill
five days in which to dispose of or of .the state. All aliens or nonresidents not. This would be a great delight court show that certain members of Ford which he did not sidestep in lion.. Take: no chance with subctituh
shall be to attorneys who collect the one of these various time. It threw him down and hurt If you see the Cross
ship same. Provided, however, that required to pay the sum fee for examining boards Payer on tab
f the provisions of this section shall not of ten dollars on'each boat operatedby publication from their patrons and have been trafficking with diplomas his leg quitely badly., He got up and you "'tLItake them without fear f _

J include any frozen fish that may be them in the fresh waters of the then let the papers sweat for it, but with these self-styled medical col limped down the road. Suddenly he Colds Foradme, Headache Toothache,Neuralgia, Rheum ti n.|

caught. and frozen in any refrigerating state. The State Fish and Game Com under the present law they can he leges, selling them to individuals who noticed that something warm and wet Pain. Handy, tin boxes, Lumbago of twelve: and tabk f

j plant during the open season and missioner shall collect these license made to gh'f "T the fee before they admit that they have never seen inside was trickling"down his leg. coat few ....nt.. Druggists aim sell larg
report made under oath to the State taxes and place all monies derived secure the affidavit. It is not always a medical school, but wishing to "Oh, Lord", he groaned, "I hopethat'a paokaRmi. Aspirin the trade mark <
'' Fish/and Game Commissioner at the therefrom in the state treasury to done, because the newspaper man frequently secure the ancient and honorable title blood! Bayer !Manufacture of Monoaaotir

beginning of such closed season of the the credit of the Fish and Game fund. relies upon the honor and in of doctor for commercial purposes, ester of Salicylioatidl\

quantity and kind of each such frozen Sec. 16. All aliens or non-residents tegrity of the lawyer, but under the bought these diplomas at a price ASTArtL: M h'S EXPERIENCE
fish. Every dealer operating such a who engage. in taking fresh water fish Futch bill it would not be a matter of ranging from 300.00 to 500.00 each draws. T..Ui"t" ddQ lfarsea
the in this state other than for their choice. The lawyer would have him with a guarantee of
refrigerating plant shall make to personal a state license to -- e.eWres TinUnraa>. .enuray bJ arU'JIrIa, .Dd'
r State Fish and Game Commissioner n use, shall be required to pay a at his mercy. We hope that Mr. Futch go with it.Whereas. tithing" the blood. 'Yea caD soon resits
report of such sales made of such fro- license tax of ten dollars before engaging i did not do this deliberately. We will On February 22, 1921, Can you doibt-the' evidence of ....... Iavlmtlon 1:1f-: PlcM.

zen fish during the closed season, attaching in taking fresh water fish believe it was unintentional unless he Jov. Cary A. Hardee, knowing of the this Starke citizen _.. --
copy of his invoice for same. from the waterways of the state of advises us to the contrary. undesirable publicity that Florida has You can verify Starke endorse "Found Seven Dead Rats In Bin Nt

The State Fish,, and Game Commissioner Florida. Application for such licenses I Forty-eight states in the United received through the medical Jour. ment. Morning" C
shall, at the beginning of the shall be made to the department ofFish ; States have established 1 legal rates for nals throughout the United States regarding Read tuto:

closed season, have checked up and a and Game on blanks to be fur legal advertising all a protection to such irregularities that Flor O J, Griffin Robert Woodruff says: "My pronj
record msde of all such frozen fish in I nished by that department, and All their citizens. Florida's rate is the ida i* the dumping ground for all prop of grinding mill Ises were infested with rats. I truj

all refrigerating plants in the state such licenses shall be collected by the same as that adopted by a majority of classes of medical imposters, wrote and cotton gin N. Walnut St., Starke, RAT SNAP on friend's recommend"]

of Florida, which shall also be don State Fish and Game Commissioneror the states but there are a number three of the leading examinngboard! says: "A few years ago I was having tion. Next morning found seven'df

once each month thereafter duringthe his duly authorized deputies and where the rate is considerably higher.. (regular, eclectic and homeopathic) considerable trouble with my rats in bin, two near feed box, thin
closed season. deposited in the state treasury to the Had the rate not been set by law hun for a record of the physicians licensed buck and kidneys. My back became stall. Found large .number sin
.
Sec. 6, In all cases of arrest and credit of the! Fish and Game Fund. dreds of thousands citizens of these by them during. the past four years, cow iind painful lOud it didn't take No smell from dead rat*-RAT S SNA
conviction for use of illegal nets ore Sec. 17. The Department of Fish states would have been robbed of mi]; and up to date only the regular' much to cause It to twitch. 1 felt dries them
this such and Game shall furnish to the owner lions of dollars by unscrupulous ,'allopathic board up. Best thing I have
traps as provided in Act paper has been able to accede achy und bore In every muscle or uied." U
Illegal nets or traps shall be considered of each boat or vessel licensed! a met. publishers of the graft type. Sucha to his request. my body and the way my kidneys Three sizes, 35c, 66c, $

a nuisance and the court shall order al license year tag indicating the condition as Mr. Futch's bill would Therefore, Be it resolved that the acted proved they were inI, weak- Sold and guaranteed, by D. C. Jon

such traps and the bunts of such, year for which such boat or vessel is set up would be Intolerable immed. .>an's Kidney Starke.-Adv.
.nets destroyed immediately after such licensed to fish in the fresh waters of lately! and he would find it so in his record as opposing the present Pihs and cot Immediate relief. {

.trial and conviction, and the leads, the state of Florida, which shall be legal practice. It is improbable that 1['system, of medical licensing in this Boon the trouble entirely disappear 4

corks and lines of the nets shall be prominently displayed at all times on It will become a law but we deplore ,I I,, state. That we also endorse Governor ed. I have had no recurrence of the 1886
returned to the owner. such boat or vessel. The department the intent shown by our represent- ''1 Hardee's utterances in his message to complaint alnc,,."

Sec. 7. It shall be unlawful for any shal lalso give to the owner of such tive from Leesburg and we hope that the legislature for a more effective Price bOc atU dealer Uoa't

express company.railroad companyor boat or vessel a boat number, which he will think better of it and withdraw method of licensing physicians in thin limply ask for a kidney
other common carrier or agent of shall be displayed on each side of the! the bill of his own accord-Iiees- state, and that we pray the Honorable Doan'B Kidney PllU-the remedy-get DAVISINSURANCE

such common carrier to receive for bow of the boat, or vessel, either In burg. Commercial. Senators and Representatives of our Mr.\ GriHiu hud Foeter-Mliburu same that
Co
transportation or transport any fresh metal figures or by being painted ina great state will save our professionand Mfr., Buffalo, N. Y. ,
'water fish in this state from May 6th I color separate and distinct from First Maid-Your fiance stutter redeem the fair name of Florida; 1 !
k to September let of any year. Pro that of the boat or vessel. quite a bit, doesn't he? by paining a composite Medical Examining -
vided, however, that such express l See. 18. Anyone found guilty! of Second Maid-Yes, but it doesn't Act which will include the : Pile Cured la 6 to 14 Day:

company, railroad company or other violating any of the provisions of thin : matter. After we are married he now various boards, and which will to Dnuulnt euro. itchim.eeemdmooey Blind' Binding It PAZO; Protrudiii OINTMENT fall
common carrier may accept for ..hipi act shall be fined not to exceed, five 'wont have anything to say anyway. be a preventative for any one of its Inuandy: rallev Itcti'nil. rile or, and run cin*I'llv<* STARKE
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BRADFORD COUNTY TKI-KGRAPH. TARN(. FLORIDA PACK THREE
FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 19'1: _ .

_-J vie. I *o small a town. I I times pans under the place and belch
and stores
Homes, shops were
- : timized and the police could find no> All right; here we am Come In. ., it full of nasty smoke, but then smoke

Newt of Florida i in-Short Paragraphs.. I I'clue to the thieves until four of the 'j You ser, Mr. Bradley, we carry very I| is inseparable from modern conveniences -
I' line of all grades from the and it overlooked.
. boys arrested! and admitted that i complete I| anyway was
? l.v-*r">* *" I were
these very besl to as low as can be boughtin And so the nest was built and the
r ------1:: it was they who had performed I
I various feats of burglary. In juve any city but I buy only the best j| inmates are hardly likely to be disturbed t

+ Live State News nile court Paul admitted rather (weCigarette quality and make prices within the before their young brood. are
young
J! proudly, that he had directed all reach of all. We also have'an auto I I able to fly
------- -------------- ---------------- ambulance and hearse and try to give
the adventures of his gang.
Told by Our Exchange. the very best service. I RAIL WAGE RULING
Mr. Jones, I am very mtch surprised
duel
An automobile-revolver wa .
-- -- -
_. -;' to stock of
see so complete a
-
-- --- found in St. Petersburg by L. Hen-
F.
undertaking goods in so small a town. I In the decision of the railroad wageI
The valuation of $5,000 afront, toot villlon, where one county was split I nington a prominent business man, The town and county should board abrogating\ national agreement I

was placed on the Macinae apart into five at one time. The matter baa and E. J. Tonnellier a wealthy winter .- ... ate it, I am sure. al'I'ft-d'l I as of July 1, next the public has gained
ments in Flakier street when leased furnished the biggest fight of the session visitor. It was just getting spectacular We thank you for your a greater victory than either the

last week for 99 years. This Is the to dateWilliam enough to interest, movi e showing us around. Have been buying railways or the railroad employes. r

highest valuation on record at Miami. director when Hennington is said to quite a bill at your hardware !I This may not so appear at first glance I

i -, Pannill of Brooksville ha have brought/ his revolver into play store. I have got to pick up a good I but will become more and more evident

,' The Putnam Lumber company near a 260-acre potato field which will be and pumped a few bullets into the pair of mules yet. Can you cite us to aa the public obtains more and

.Jacksonville, which shut down two harvested during the next three body of the automobile. The cause No cigarette has something of the kind Something ; more for its money. It Is the public ...
months ago, will resume operations weeks. The work of harvesting thi of the duel is'a mystery, but it I I. this week ? that has been paying'millions of dollars :

with a full crew of 250 men. The big field of spuds will start this week. being intimated that sensational dev the same delicious I'll see what I can do for you in as wages that have 'not been

Ik. plant has a capacity of 125,000 feet Mr.'Pannill expects to get about sev elopments may ensue. Hennington flavor as Lucky that line and let you know when you earned.
of lumber daily., enty-five carloads of salable spud states that Tonnellier had been following Strike. Because rome in again. I'll use the phone and Yet the public's victory is at the
from-bis field 140 barrels to the car. him, and that he had told him nee what we can find. : expense' of neither the railroads nor
.potato curing plant has been established or a total of about 10,500 barrels that one or the other would .have to Lucky Strike Is the Good day gents. their employes. Through their ability

at Walnut Hill and hat been Florida potatoes on the Chicago mar- take a licking and Invited him to get toasted cigarette. to negotiate individual agreementsthe

in operation for the past season. The ket are quoted from $5 to better than out of his automobile and fight. In- railroads should be able even to
house has a capacity of 3,600 bushelsof $7 per barrel. stea'd of getting out, according to einn AN INCH OF RAIN improve service at less cost, protected

potatoes and there are at present Hennington. Tonnellier drove the car (i;jL/Jh A :: ll aa they will be by basic principles on

2,000 bushels in it, stored in bins oft Fifteen year old Herman Young straight into his, stripping off the An inch of rain Is considerable.! An which agreements must rest. On the

150 bushels each. was held by a coroner's jury at Tampa running board and side door. Hen acre of ground contains 43,660 square other hand, the employee, equally protected

4 for murder as the party who fatally nington said that he then drew his midst.I feet. rainfall of one inch would by these principles, will be ableto

Charles Livingston Bull foremost wounded Henry Driggers at automatic and opened fire. He say am for 'em; we need 'em. No one mean 'a total of 43,1>60 multiplied by maintain their organisations and

painter of animal and bird life In the Lutz April 2, and his father, W. H he did not try to hit Tonnellier but should be allowed to catch a train on 144, or 6,272,640 cubic inches of water secure maximum benefits proportion

world, has completed a deal for a Young, J. H. Ellis and Granville Ellis aimed at the tires of his car. Sunday, and as for kissing your wife, This is equivalent to 3,630 cubic to the service rendered. Both tho
tract of forty acres of land on Mulock being held accessories. Mrs. these feet. A cubic foot of water weighs railroads and their employee will lx
are as it isn't being done days anyway,
creek Lee county and will erect on Driggers, who wad wounded duringthe Webb Jay Chicago, broker and no- and as far as I have been able to learn about C2.5 pounds, accordingly tho I able to increase efficiency of service,
it a winter home, where he and his firing;, was brought from the hospital ted sportsman and a party of four the "laws" say nothing concerning weight of a uniform coating of one : at the same time lowering the cost of .
-wife will spend the winter. Miami from Gun Cay inch of rain of surface it, ,
and taken into the courtroom in were brought to other men's wives. over one acre I eThere' t
an invalid's chair to give her testis off the Bahama islands, where they would be 3,630 multiplied by 62.11: is only one thing that the "
locked
'A third flowing well has been putdown mony. She said the lad fired the fa- had been. stranded for thirteen days All restaurants should be which equals 226,875 pound or very board could have done to have made ,<

near the other two, on the stock I tal shot, the bullet entering Drlgger'i living principally on the fish they and anyone caught cooking a Sunday nearly 113 1-2 tons. The weight of more beneficial its decision, and that ','
farm belonging to the Ideal American back. caught. With Jay were his wife C. dinner should be at once thrown into one U. S. gallon of pure water is R is to have cut short the period of ad- f

Corporation at Johnstown.; Hi flow -, B. Deshiel, his wife and a negro ser the hoosgow and couples arrested for 1.3 pouiulH.. Consequently a rainfallof juatment. It could have named June f,
is far stronger having a capacity of vent. Three weeksago they put off spooning should suffer the penalty of one inch over one acre of ground 1 as well as July 1. thereby saving I, !
several thousand gallons a day more A party of five men in a speed car from Miami in the little speed boat matrimony for life and no time off would mean 220,876 divided by 8 1-3, the public millions of dollars and enabled w

'than a sufficiency for the skidder kept started to St. Andrews from Panama Sue J., for a pleasure trip to Bimlni !I for good behavior. which equals 27,143 gallons of waterto ,railroads and their employes t 'd
bUllY landing logs for his mill there. City Friday. Two of the men were in in the Bahama islands, forty-five I The wretches that are wont to alton one acre. This Is equivalent to GO.'I:\ earlier to have put into effect a mom i
the seats, one on each running board miles from Miami. The trip across I their front porches and smoke on barrels of forty-five gallons
4 E. E Nottage; a negro, was elected and one on the top. From Information was without incident but on the return j a Sunday morning of course will be 1 would be sufficient to fill it tank or the national agreements abrogated .
-alderman from the sixth ward in the obtainable the car was going at a the party met a rough sea and I sentenced to attend prayer meeting pool about twenty feet square and there is practically no alternative to I

municipal election at Palatka, defeat- tremendous speed. One of the, men the.little thirty-five foot boat was Incapable I(for twenty years. nine feet deep. Tho annual rainfallof Betting/ down lo business and the f t

( ing C-E. Porter, a white man. The stated that it might have been. going of battling its way throughthe I All drug stores and soft drink Florida is over fifty inches, in total sooner this is done the better for the ,
election of Nottage places two ne- 50 miles an hour or more when the rolling waves. When about fifteen 'stands should be bolted and padlocked a vast quantity. country. i ,

groes on the council the other member car struck some soft sand, skidded to miles out, Jay attempted to turn his \and the habitues boiled in oil, if seen ?. *,
also being from the sixth ward, the left and struck a piling and the boat back to Bimini but was carriedto hanging 'around. Promiscuous whittling .i- ;
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board of the seawall, turning com QUEER I'LACE FOR BIRD'S NEST "I 1 want to tell a story I heard the !t.'v
a district populated almost entirely the south. Finally he managed to and Victrola playing must be -- other day in the smoking car" r ,,'
around. One killed I ;
'
pletely man was t
by negroes. steer it Into the key where the party banned if we are to expect our children ..
and two others seriously injured, the We have heard of the many queer "Don't tell It hero. There are ladles ,
went ashore. There they found bill to become model Christians. situations sometimes utilized by bird present.<< ,j ,:J .
being only slightly
two
Information from Fort Myers is to hurt.remaining one white man and a handful of natives -. Doctors can attend the Kick and ailing for their nests but a pair ,of diminu- "Umphl There were ladies pres- >" .J

the effect that the first of the new who live by what they catch or but should wear on their left arma tive wild canary birds have .a nest In ent in the smoking car"I t
freight and passenger; steamboats, gather. band of black crepe to show thatthl'Y I
Ktarke, built in a place that oue would .
Lieutenant L. B. McGowan leaped ,
planned to ply between that city and are not on a frivolous errand,
think was Impossible for such a pur- Shea.1 don't see why you find pokerso ,
Tampa is nearly finished and will be from an automobile going fifty-nine I' *The head crushed in with a window and should hurry home as soon as the fascinating. j :

launched within a few days. This ed miles an the hour"Commercial to an aeroplane Flying pilot Far- sash weight, the body of George H I patient dies. pose.Where T'ntb. street crosses tho husband: It's the Queens In tho 4 J,.,1 f|
by
i a
boat is a small one and will be followed mer" McMullen on the.West road at Bryant, sixty-year-old resident near I All funerals will be held'on Sundayand I tracks is an inramluncent light suspended deck, my dour They rewind me Ill't(/ : lS'\
by a much larger boat, 'to be the frivolously Inclined will be I 38
Tampa, the second time the feat has Orlando was found burled in the : almost above the westernmost much of you. ,
constructed this summer. been accomplished in this state. A. woods outside of Orlando when a passerby .(.j allowed to attend; this to act as n side track. For some reason or other IJ'

I.. Wall Tampa citizen investigated the presence at a safety valve for pent up emotions. the bulb does not rome up to tho reflector lie. Quinine That Dots Not Affect The Heel! '
prominent ,
Joe; Robinson, colored a deputy broken up wagon in the lonely woods.A Children should be kept as quiet as plate but hangs about six !W ii.. r>r lie tonic' and Jn..Mve rfTmf. LAX/.. ''
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sheriff of Tampa, suffered a broken driving the automobile narrowly escaped not to Interrupt tho IIVI: IIKOMO CIJININt (1.H "(01.." IM V.II.T .* C
son and his wife who left the section possible so as inches below it. This leaves the round
serious injury when he duckedas I hy iinvinuwit" limit running' nntvnuiniraii l Mu itinf 4
neck when an automobile in which he the heavy iron round of the'swing- three Weeks ago; ,' since which meditations of the righteous.I hole in the reflector open and the lit. 111 the' hood. L.W..KOVbSiUfjuluraunlK: .. %!
was riding on the Memorial Highway ing ladder across the tonneau time the old man has been missing, believe In the "blue laws"/ and tie birds found it, explored the space
swung
with Deputies Kirk and Driggers; ran of the car. may be called bark to testify. A man will do everything in my power to between the reflector and the hood No Worm In a Healthy Child f

over a sow and her litter. The auto noticed the wagon in the woods and have them adopted-after my 00th and decided it was a capital place fora -All children Uoulilnd. wllh Worms have in un- '
upset. The two white deputies fell investigation discovered indications Cocoa Tribune. neat. The roof tight which Is hralihyoolorwhich Indkatee" plaid liloud.andruin ...
of'Sanford upon blrthd was (
clear of the and only badly J. L. Ray, carpenter, I =- there !I. mar or I ex '1""'."" dlMurheiioe.. ,
car were
of the earth having been dis- not the case with most other roofs in '
was run down and killed shaken up. Robinson was pinned beneath near Sanford by an automobile being turbed recently. He notified the sherIff'lI ,CAI.KINS AND WELLS ON THE Ktarke), no charge for electric light; , , fur two or three weeks will enrich. the bluotl. "
the car. lIe is still alive. driven by Patrolman Walker. Walker office and digging was begun.; A CATTS PROBE and water and bath could be found at 1 Impro..th.dl..llon..nd.n..IS..u..b. t
i ..nln.Tonic to the whole.yntiiin. Nature will him.
bare foot was discovered a few feet the tank nnarby. The only drawback
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states that hewas driving south at a I throw otter( dispel .b.w..m..nd Ih.blldwlll"i: "
Simon Tuch a wealthy retired mer- speed of eighteen, miles an hour anda under the surface and when pulled it The House has amended and adopted was the engines that would some-. la nerfnot health.. PUueot to lake*Wo per t>utt>> .1:rt
chant of New Jersey, who was"touched" ,
became detached from the body. Resuming \!
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mechanic was on the running board the Wells resolution calling for an ,
for $00,000 by alleged wiretappers working with the car. When near Ray the digging the party found investigation: of Governor Catts' administration
at Miami during the winter,
the body of a dog, the old man's
pet
who was goinif in the same direction looking especially to his ,
has returned to Miami to aid the J I
po-
he attempted to turn out and go by then a sash weight and then the remainder use of the pardoning power. The senate -
lice In an effort to trace the operations him, but for some reason the steering of the body of the man. concurred in the House amendment Kill That Cold With
of the confidence men. He has ,
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Friends identified both the dog and
gear would not work and Ray was which calla in somewhat Indefinite !
identified the house in which the gaming the body f the man the latter old t
an
struck in the back by the car and died terms for extending the probe to $
plant was conducted: almost instantly. resident of Orange county. There the rest of the pardon board. .. +1LL1, i
was no mark of violence on the bodyexcept President MacWilllams announcedthat
Jean Faircloth, of DeFuniak, white, the crushed skull, Into which t
Raging all day Tuesday a prairie Senators Wells and Calkins are
is suffering from a bullet wound in fire threatened to destroy the homeland abrasion the sash weight fitted. Near to be the Senate members of the committee
the foot alleged to have been Inflict. by the wagon'was found a bloody CASCARA QUININE
groves on Emeralda in Lake 'of five called for by the 1',110I -
ed by Douglass Catts son of Ex-Gov county, and property was saved only mattress a pillow and a blanket. The I lution.FARMERJSROWN.
ernor Sidney J. 'Catts. The shooting by the hardest kind of fighting on the body was clothed !in a shirt and overalls AND
.took place near the home of young, with the feet bare. The dead
part of on the l island. One :C..gbs4OQM i +
everyone La Grippe
Catts and it is said to have been the church was burned. One old man's shoes were found in his room Cola. \ ?
negro
outcome of a long series of warnings in the house. One theory Is that Bry-
who to fight the
was helping
which had been served on Faircloth. negro the ant had retired when someone crush Neglected Colds are Dangerous ,
had to be from
fire dragged away
flames nearly overcome more' than ed his skull with the sash weight.; It Now, Mr. Bradley I want you to Take no chance Keep this standard remedy handy for the nie .n..... 4
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Authorities investigating; the killing once. Some women and children took is believed that the mattress with the 'see Mr. DeWitt C. Jones Bottling Breaks up a cold In 24 Noun-ReH.v.e }

of the negro Clarence Smith,.of refuge in a large groves and the star body was hauled to the lonely spot Works. He makes all the Cora Cola Grippe in 3 days_Bscellent for H.edeche ,

.;Jacksonville whose dead body was mail route carrier, a woman was and the body removed and buried. To and other soft drinks for this partof Quinine In that form do. not ffecl the bead- ...,.,. le beet Tonic

found in his automobile just off the driven to seek the same refuge, being; prevent the dog from leading the way the county. I. hear the gas engine utivNo OpUte In HuTs.
Fernandina highway; Tuesday mornIng unable to make her schedule because to his master's grave, the murderer popping so they must be at work
are now working on the theory of the flames. killed it and buried it with him. The Perhaps we will meet up with Mr ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

that the negro was shot through a why of the broken up wagon; and the Jones down this way.'

spirit of revenge; for having recently Earl Thornton and Sidney Stoner whereabouts of the horse are mysteries Here we are and jiere is Mr. Jones.
information involving those be unless bo the Mr. meet Mr Bradley a newcomer
furnished landed a nine foot shark at Pass-a- to solved it that Jones .
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engaged in liquor running.: He has grille several days afand would horse became frightened and ran I ,

hot twice in the neck. v have captured a second one if Thorn- away while the burial was taking Pleased to meet you Mr. Bradley.

ton had been more of a fish than a place. The son, John R. Bryant who I Come in and see our Coca Cola plant 1 I
Former Sheriff Jasper C. Van Pelt human being. The first shark was carries a wound received in France, Here boy open up some Coca Cola .

and former County!: Solicitor H. W. pulled in with little difficulty. The Is in New ,Jersey having written attorneys for these gentlemen. We are turningout

Tampson of Escambia both removedone second one, however, proved to be a at Orlando regarding insurance 4arge quantities of all kinds' of

year ago last December by Gov- tartar and fought; 45 minutes. One papers. The victim, who was in soft drinks this time of the year. The ,

ernor Catts and recently reinstated end of the rope to which he was hooked the heavy hauling business, was In season is just beginning. We> run a
1 by the senate, will both receive neat was fastened to a piling on the the habit of carrying a'roll of bills delivery truck to nearby town., be.

urns from the state. The fees of pier. The shark gave a mighty tug totalling $300 to $400 about his person sides delivering to dealers over town. OX3 S.

the sheriff's office during; the period snapped the line and headed for the and friends say there were indication Here is the' sanitary bottle washer. I

amounted to over $11,000, while the Gulf; with Thornton hanging; on. lie of bad feeling between father You see the bottles are washed and

county solicitor's, office paid upwards went overboard and after being towed: and son. A neighbor said young Dry. sterilized before going to the autos r'"i1
of $6,000. Bills for the relief of the hundred yards 'at express train ant told him four weeks ago that a matic bottler where the bottle. are Se.- Small size Michelins are made to

two officers already have been introduced a turned loose and swam shore. collector had threatened to levy on the filled and sealed at one stroke thenpacked" same quality material., by the same
ipeed in ready for the trade. careful workmen In the saaa modernfactory "
in the senate. elder Bryant's horses if a feed bill cases 'I
-. G. Whittig alien enemy was not paid and that the elder Bry- Try some of the other goods. Here that have Had MleheUn '

Governor Hardee signed the bill\ on Andrew member of the crews ant was going to "beat it" in order Is what we call "By Hek. Try It. Ring-ah.ped Tube and other Mich.y

Saturday that split DeSoto county, ,and of the formerly German a raiders Emden and to escape process. The son told this Which,will you have 'Mr. Brown? Ua product fSMITH'S ...... .-.

Florida's second largest county, withan Cormorant, was seized as a stowaway neighbor the succeeding Sunday that I'll try some of that ginger' ale.

area of'3,765 square miles, into an board the American stean>Kfc Clark his father left early that morning. These am all very fine. I never S .(
five counties named Glades, Highlands Mills enroute from Galveston to The son and his wife were seen leav- aw them put up before. Done quick. a

Hardee,'Charlotte and DeSoto. Hamburg, and brought into Key West ing about 11 o'clock the same day, ly and I'lvanly. flt
There was a large delegation of persons after he had told the master of the In a carryall with two good horses Mr. Jones show Mr. Bradley your
representing the new counties at vessel he was an escaped prisoner of headed north. undertaking parlors. He did not expect .,I hT
to be the to find anything of the kind In
is said
Tallahassee. This war. Whittig who hid in a lifeboat, -
first in the history of county di- forced to and seek food THE "BLUE LAWS"We
case was emerge He' ......... It GARAGE
after three days without food.
A TOJSIO told the skipper that he had broken In Florida have never considered COFFINS &: CASKETSAnd t

t Drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restore.Energy away from federal authorities while seriously the socalled "Blue Laws" Full Lisa of eJnl.rtas.n' Starke, Fla.
and have referred to them a
and always as
and Vitality by Purifying being taken to an internment camp at
. Enriching the'Blood. When you feel Its Atlanta during the war, something very vague and to be joked ( Sappttt -
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how and laughed about, but now it seems -- ,
effect tee
Ip \ strengthening Invigorating and how Twelve year Paul McConkey a that we are soon to have them In our AUTOMOBILE HEARSE '
It brings color to the cheeks hand. The best aer*
Always
It Improves the will then St. Petersburg school boy aspired to -Habitual Constipation Cared Special In Prices You will make a mistake .
fame and honor as a clever robber. vice at the lowest prices. Big Reduction
appreciate Its true tonic value. Little Paul is a determined sort of la 14 to :31 Day attention to telegraph ores If you order your fertiliv i

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply he gathered about him a dozen LAX-FOS WITH PEPSSN" Is a specially- Registered Embalmer. zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty
suspended In syrup So (chap so prepared Syrup Tonic>Lau'llve for Habitual Order Fertilizers Insecticides -
Iron and Quinine I or so of his companions and organ- -- of Materials, prompt shipment. now. ,
blood It relieves but
The Constipation. promptly
.. pleasant even children Purify like it It.and IRON to (red a robber band. Of all these boys should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto eWTIT C JONES : Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

, needs QUININE to Malarial germs and Paul was the youngest. Within the Induce\ regular action. It Stimulate! and !IT ARKE, FLA.nmu.m.J'CDII.dIl. E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. 1.fl;
Enrich lt. Destroys Ii vigor pant month that city had been start- Reitulates.! Very Pleasant to Tak>* 60c JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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G.1p germs/ by Its Strengthening. led by a number of daring robberies, per/ bottle. : .. ''M
ting Effect -I*Q. ."




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